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"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of countries around the world are using social media to react to the inauguration of President Joe Biden unable to visit Washington because of the pandemic. Most world leaders have tweeted their congratulations, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, saying America's leadership is vital on issues that matter to us all from climate change to called it Germany's foreign minister. Tweets will do our best to find solutions from Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu wishing Biden greatest success and from Ukraine President Vladimir Zelinsky, who got caught up in President Trump's first impeachment, says he would welcome Biden to Kiev and he sure relations will be enhanced. Sherry Preston ABC News Now that President Biden has been inaugurated, there is work to do, and some of that work includes Getting confirmations for those he would like in his administration, among them. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has been tapped to serve his labor secretary of the BC. Suzanne Saz Ville tells us the uncertainty. Has some, it's City Hall wondering how to proceed. Everyone's trying to figure out what's next and what's going to happen. Maureen Feeney is the Boston City clerk, she says. There's a lot to do on very short notice. Although there was a lot of pattern and whether or not to me, it would be going to Washington. The final determination has really been very trip period of time. So I think there are a lot of questions they're trying to answer as we speak. Even seemingly minor things like taking Walsh's name off signs and stationary takes time. Fortunately for me, that doesn't happen in the clerk, but that's a tremendous task to take on no sign of that happening. Yet. After all, Wolf hasn't even resigned, but Feeny says when he does, she's confident the transition will fall into place..
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"We make it a reality. Addressing climate change and welcoming immigrants and refugees. Biden will be the second Catholic American president ever atop Georgia Elections official is issuing a warning to those getting ready to participate in the two Senate runoff elections early next year. Don't Game our system. Georgia voting system Implementation manager Gabriel Sterling issued the blunt warning while addressing the runoff elections were control of the Senate is at stake. Democrats are growing increasingly impatient with the refusal of most Republicans to acknowledge Jill Biden as president. Elect Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen says Republican senators are hurting the nation with their silence. The biggest danger is undermining the confidence. The American people themselves or large numbers, the American people And the outcome. Of this election, Stan Holland says. Our enemy's air happy about what the GOP is doing. Investors are getting spooked by the rising number of coronavirus cases and some governors talking about putting restrictions on businesses again. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 317 points today. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Former president Obama writes in his post presidency memoir that his election fueled Republican obstructionism and changed the GOP. Obama credits. Donald Trump were recognizing that the election of a black man to the White House triggered a deep seated panic, he writes. That is when Trump began pushing the Birther conspiracy theory. Ah, promised land is due out next week. Another world leader has been hospitalized with the covert 19 virus. Vladimir Zelinsky, the president of Ukraine, who became a household name in the United States last year, has now been hospitalized with covert. 19 Zelinsky confirmed he tested positive on Monday and first went home to recover but has now been hospitalized as a precaution. Three other top officials in Ukraine of also tested positive, including Zelinsky, its top aide, the finance minister and the Defense minister. I'm Bill's Emperor Melinda Gates says the foundation she started with her husband, Microsoft founder Bill Gates will spend $70 million to develop and distribute vaccines to low and middle income countries. The Gates Foundation will also commit 50 million more to the Kovacs advanced market commitment to help secure access of a covert 19 vaccine to 92 low and middle income nations. Ford Motor Company is revealing its 2022 e Transit Tiffany Chang with Ford says This is the first electric cargo van from a full line North American automaker and the only thing that has been in the market are very sense of startups. And once you choose is the 2022 e transit will be built in the United States at the Kansas City Assembly plant. It starts at $45,000 Emily Suzie Ah. Wisconsin Brewers celebrating the presidential election by introducing Biden beer to the world, Kirk banks that says it is inoffensive and not too bitter. Banks that owns medical brewing Company, which was threatened with a fine because of abiding for president signed that covered one side of his building. It was larger than the county allows.
Ukraine's Zelenskiy hospitalized due to COVID-19
"Virus. Vladimir Zelinsky, the president of Ukraine, who became a household name in the United States last year, has now been hospitalized with covert. 19 Zelinsky confirmed he tested positive on Monday and first went home to recover but has now been hospitalized as a precaution. Three other top officials in Ukraine of also tested positive, including Zelinsky, its top aide, the finance minister and the Defense minister. I'm Bill's Emperor Melinda Gates says the foundation
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Is America and the morning of twenty five till accu weather dot com meteorologist Matt bands tax on another unseasonably mild weather picture for the weekend temperatures will be on the rebound across a good portion of the country starting today and that will progress to a warming pattern heading into this weekend today we're looking at temperatures rebounding first across the Great Plains on the front range of the Rocky Mountains across Montana and Wyoming cross Dakotas as well as Colorado and western Texas is where winds will change more out of the west that means a warming when coming off of the mountains today we'll see the fifties potentially across the front range of Montana back through the front range of Colorado as well as New Mexico into western Texas today is warming trend and will head towards the east as we head into this weekend not quite as cold across the Great Lakes wear dentures will generally be in the twenties and thirties today they will also see the twenties and thirties today across New England outside of Boston though you'll see temperatures in the mid forties if you're looking for any summertime one's head south we'll see the seventies and eighties today across Florida relatively quiet weather day for today across most of the country storm system moving along the Gulf coast will produce some rain showers for the Deep South through Florida by this afternoon that could eventually translate to some strong to severe thunderstorms across the Deep South Florida from Miami in Naples and to the south through could see some strong to potentially severe thunderstorms for the overnight otherwise looking at light snow showers across the upper Midwest as well as the Great Lakes as a week clipper system moves across that region and then some rain showers moving into Washington state as well as the northern Rockies for today that's the nation's weather I'm accu weather meteorologist Matt bands face masks are in short supply in parts of the world as people try to strop these you have spread of coronavirus masks can block large droplets from sneezes and costs and that's how viruses spread from person to person experts say the best way to avoid getting sick is washing your hands with soap and water this is American morning I'm John trout on now showing two movies hit theaters Gretel and Hansel and the rhythm section David Daniel has a preview a little later twenty three before the hour U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii has arrived in Ukraine to meet with you cranium president Vladimir Zelinsky Democrats hopes of prolonging the impeachment.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on KOMO
"I told him that her friends admission that its own armed forces unintentionally shot down flight seven five two is an important step towards providing answers for families but I noted that many more steps must be taken and Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky said today that his government will also push the run to provide separate compensation to the victims' families and saying that his country will offer over eight thousand dollars in compensation to families of its citizens who died in the crash speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi announcing that the house will send the articles of impeachment against president trump over to the Senate soon but will Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans allow witnesses to testify the big witness that everybody wants to hear from in the impeachment of these on the democratic side is the former national security adviser John Bolton who had several conversations with the president about the situation in Ukraine Bolton has now reversed his previous position made it clear that if the Senate subpoenas him he is willing to comply it's not yet clear whether the administration would allow him to testify if it came to that that's ABC's David Wright your listening to ABC news stay informed como Saturday good afternoon one oh two from the come twenty four hour news center I'm Jeff PO delay here's what we're following here the approaching storm could do a lot of damage to homes but there's an easy ways you can protect your property was Joe Marino reports on how to avoid costly repair bills some precautions don't cost a thing you got to think this amounted to an exterior wall your home well by opening up cabinet doors you allow the warm air of your house to circulate inside they can keep the pipes from freezing and potentially bursting the products you do need a relatively cheap starting with covers for outdoor faucets you connect this to the handle your faucet and the.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Story this half hour is WSP stop national story the Iranian government now admits responsibility for using a missile the shootdown that Ukrainian civilian passenger jet Wednesday Iranian president Hassan Rouhani is sending condolences to the families of the victims and promising to prosecute those responsible meanwhile Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky is calling for a complete investigation the president's daughter is coming to Atlanta next week to spotlight the administration work against human trafficking Yvonne car trunk full tour to facilities that help survivors Tuesday in downtown Atlanta with her will be governor and Mrs camp senator Kelly loft work and other administration officials condemned Georgia death row inmate Michael Metz is suing the state to be executed by firing squad instead of lethal injection dancers is veins are so narrow that an injection would cause excruciating pain a would be thief is in the Bartow county jail this morning after a rack of tires felony when he broke into what tires stores Sunday police say a thirty year old Nathaniel caring guardian by breaking through the front door he called nine one one saying frantically the tire rack was going to kill him police arrested him and say he does not have any serious injuries WSB news time.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Brought to national headlines hi Lisa the U. S. launched airstrikes on five bases in Iraq and Syria used by an Iranian backed militia this happened yesterday secretary of state Mike Pompeii accusing the militia of making repeated attacks against coalition troops what we did was take a decisive response that makes clear what president trump has said for months and months and months which is that we will not stand for this lump Republican run to take actions to put American men and women in jeopardy they and defense secretary mark asper flew to Florida to brief president trump on the military action secretary of state Mike Pompeii arriving in Ukraine this week to voice his support but the message may be modeled by Rudy Giuliani's latest visit there and by the pending Senate impeachment trial of president trump Paul pales visit will make him the highest ranking administration official to travel the Ukraine since president trump's call with the blue president Vladimir Zelinsky that was back in July president trump meanwhile facing intense criticism for outing the person who is said to be the whistle blower whose complaint trigger the house impeachment inquiry the president re tweeted opposed to his sixty eight million followers identifying the whistle blower a potential violation of the law democratic congressman John Lewis says advanced pancreatic cancer is one more fight he'll take on and that he will continue to serve in the house as she undergoes treatment the seventy nine year old Georgia Democrat says the cancer was detected earlier this month during a routine medical visit Lewis is considered a civil rights icon and has represented his Atlanta area district since his first election in nineteen eighty six global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ukrainian service and there's some touching news agency photographs of Ukrainians coming back home being greeted by family of people I've been waiting at the airport with balloons but some things you said hinted at the complexity of this when you talk about separatists of course we're talking about a part of Ukraine that is effectively under Russian control with some pro Russian separatists fighting with Russian Russian troops how does this relate to the broader effort to make peace between Russia and Ukraine was it is a direct result of the meeting between presidents Lansky and Russian president Vladimir Putin in Paris earlier this month of those were the first direct talks between other leaders of Russia and Ukraine in three years and the Lansky sit now is saying that the first part of his agreement with Putin has been fulfilled namely a prisoner exchange but now comes really the hard part because Ukraine has two other goals one is achieving a lasting cease fire in eastern Ukraine and most importantly it's regaining control over its border with Russia and put in here really holds all the cards because as long as that border between the separatist regions and run she is open those pro Russian fighters can get practically unlimited supplies and there's another sticking point of Putin says that kia of presidents a Lansky needs to talk directly with the separatists the Kremlin is promoting this narrative that was happening in Ukraine is a civil war rather than this Russian backed insurgency and keeps position of course is that these guys the separatists are crumbling proxies so they don't need to talk to him you just said that Russia has all the cards what this president Vladimir Zelinsky think he has no way of leverage to get Russia get back get back territory very briefly well I mean I think he thinks it what he has in leverage is western pressure I mean really the only motivation couldn't has right now to show any good will is to get sanctions relief which is directly contingent contingent on an end to fighting in Ukraine listen thanks for the update thank you that's an peers Lucienne Kim reporting today from Moscow all right as we get very close to the end of the decade the stock market is finishing this year on a remarkable upswing the S. and P. five hundred is up almost thirty percent stock indices have been hitting records and that is not what most people were predicting at the start of this decade and here is Jim zarroli has the story Wall Street in two thousand eight was a fearful and anxious place strewn with the wreckage of the financial crisis fortunes had been decimated retirement accounts deflated on C. N. B. C. the newscaster spoke about what was happening in ominous terms it was an historic day with Wall.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on AP News
"Much merry Christmas everybody on Capitol Hill meantime house Democrats are getting to work on the impeachment of president trump here's the AP soccer Madani his wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our constitution saying he left Democrats no choice but to move ahead he's the one who's dividing the country the president say that it's a hoax it's a big fat oaks earlier tweeted Democrat should get on with it so he could get a fair trial in the GOP led Senate the house is expecting a full vote by Christmas just the fourth case of Congress tried to remove the chief executive soccer mag Donnie at the White House Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky is heading into a meeting in Moscow in a push to end more than five years of fighting with Moscow backed separatist in the eastern part of his country you will meet for the first time with Russian president Vladimir Putin a six story building collapsed in Nairobi Kenya with some people fear to be trapped in the debris a Coast Guard vessel collided with the navy boat over off Alaska's Kodiak island at least nine people were injured this is a P. news the slide continues for the Dallas Cowboys they fall to six and seven on the season after losing to the bears in Chicago last night thirty one twenty four cowboys quarterback dak Prescott says the team is struggling but they're still the top team in the NFC east this team is focused on right now and that's the only thing that matters as I said some our six to seven and still in front of our division nobody's looking past this day this moment this time and we can't the bears have won four out of their last five games Leonard Goldberg has died the name may not be familiar but he has a connection to a lot of TV classic guests.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Listening in on the July phone call with the president in Ukraine they want to learn more about the vice president's September first meeting as well with president Vladimir Zelinsky former vice president Joe Biden says people ought to be asking questions about the president not about him or his son Joe Biden went on the attack responding to president trump's accusations about Biden and his son and possible illegal activity in Ukraine there is no evidence not a scintilla not warm little tiny piece five made the comments of the union gathering here in Los Angeles he then went directly after the president wonder what this guy's going to do have you ever seen a rhetorical question president ever show on here. as the sky lightens says he is ready to beat Mr trump on the merits Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles but by the way said to appear next week in New Hampshire the former vice president will hold a town hall event in Rochester and another in Manchester next Wednesday house Democrats say they've subpoenaed the White House for documents related to the impeachment inquiry and they're demanding those documents by October eighteenth the president meanwhile says it is his duty to work with foreign leaders to investigate corruption and his recent requests are not about hurting his political opponents president trump continues to insist his calls for foreign governments to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his son are not about the campaign we are looking at corrupt we're not looking that up politics the president has called on Ukraine and China to investigate the bite is but he's provided no evidence of any wrong doing Mister Drummond says he has an obligation to make these demands but Democrats say this is an abuse of his power Karen Travers ABC news the White House is just into the WBZ news. Bernie Sanders is now out of the hospital the presidential candidates spent two and a half days at a Vegas hospital after suffering from chest pains that stands sport and we now know that he did have a heart attack Sanders tweeted that he feels great and is looking forward to getting back to work is campaigner already said that by about Sanders was expected to take part in October fifteenths debate the US Supreme Court having an abortion rights case to which stock at the Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to a Louisiana law that requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals critics said the requirement is costly and could drive the state's three licensed abortion providers out of business supporters have said the state has the right to impose regulations meant to ensure safety this is the first abortion case for the court's new majority of justices appointed by Republican presidents including president trump's nominees Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh as ABC's Erin to Turkey the owner of a hospital in Lewiston Maine apologizes for a wall of shame with confidential records of patients with disabilities St Mary's regional Medical Center is owned by coveted health of Massachusetts the president Stephen Jorgensen tells the Bangor Daily News they deeply regret that the situation of courage in Human Rights Commission found that wall had contributed to a hostile work environment six thirty eight tried to get a check on business and Wall Street is re racked up another trading week Traci jockey is at Bloomberg PayPal is dropping out of a Facebook effort to develop a digital currency it was one of twenty eight companies backing the libra projects PayPal says it will focus on advancing its own business priorities wall street's priority is a federal reserve rate cut chairman Jay Powell didn't say anything about that today but he did say it's the fed's job to keep the unemployment rate at its fifty year low as long as possible stock market ran with that the Dow up three hundred seventy three points the nasdaq up a hundred ten SNP up forty one I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing. zoom to make that happen zoom let you connected do.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A legal challenge of governor Baker's temporary ban of their products this is the number of lung disease cases in Massachusetts link to vaping gross both Massachusetts businesses and their employees start paying today for the paid family and medical leave law a sailor man with a long history of mental illness is taken for evaluation every calls police report being followed and hacked and officers find a cache of unlicensed weapons over driver speaks out about the woman who suddenly jumped out of a car in the o'neill tunnel and into an oncoming vehicle. and Congress may be on break but congressional Democrats arts dogs made Adam ships intelligence committees sending out subpoenas they want to hear directly from those who heard the July twenty fifth conversation between president trump and Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelinsky that's at the center of the impeachment inquiry and as ABC senior congressional correspondent merry Bruce tells us the call included a cabinet member pressure is now building on president trump's inner circle ABC news has learned that secretary of state micron pale was listening in on that July phone call between the president and the Ukrainian leader that phone call that is now at the center of this impeachment inquiry now the house is given Pompeii until Friday to turn over documents as they try to determine what role the state department may have played here well the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani he's also been subpoenaed for documents related to his efforts to push Ukraine to investigate trump's political rival meanwhile in a better congressman wants to make it clear he is not the first Republican lawmaker to come out in favor of impeachment mark about a is been getting read the riot act by house leadership as well as the White House comments he made Friday when he said the complaints against president trump should be quote put through the process and see what happens on quote remote he says he does not support the impeachment in court. Republican congressman Chris Collins resigning from his seat today before an expected guilty plea to criminal charges ABC's Erin to Turkey has more warehouse criminal charges against Christopher Collins after federal prosecutors here in New York charges buffalo area congressman Chris Collins with insider trading last August he repeatedly denied these are meritless charges in fact a fundraising note Collins call the insider trading case fake news meant to stop him from fighting for president trump's agenda now Collins is set to plead guilty Colin served on the board of a biotech company and while the White House picnic in twenty seventeen federal prosecutors said he learned about an experimental drugs failure Collins call the son who started dumping shares Aron Kader ski ABC news New York Vermont senator Bernie Sanders wants to tighten the pay gap between employees and their top executives mark Mayfield has more the democratic presidential hopeful unveiled the income inequality tax plan on Monday it calls for increasing the corporate tax rate on companies if the highest paid employee makes fifty times more than the average worker dies the plan would apply to corporations with an annual revenue of more than one hundred million dollars the Sanders campaign says the plan would raise about one hundred and fifty billion dollars over a decade and that the revenue would go towards the center's proposal to eliminate Americans medical debt meanwhile the Sanders campaign itself is raising some big box it has reported twenty five point three million dollars in third quarter donations that's the biggest quarter this year for any democratic candidates seeking the White House a guilty plea from an engineer right ya who accused of hacking into thousands of users email accounts ABC's Alex stone has that ring as Ruiz hacked into about six thousand Yang accounts in search of private and personal record specifically looking for users sexual pictures and videos according to federal prosecutors Ruiz entering a guilty plea admitting in court to using access he got through his work at Yahoo to get into the accounts targeting younger women and once in their Yahoo accounts he's allegedly go after their Facebook G. mail and Dropbox accounts where we. these will learn his sentence next year Alex stone EBC there it's getting difficult to even cross your legs when you fly coach but is it a safety hazard over now to CBS Vicki Boley west passenger planes must be able to be evacuated within ninety seconds next month volunteers will gather at NFA a facility in Oklahoma City to help establish just how small airplane seats can safely gaffe before that time line is in danger The Washington Post reports one congressman is sold an FAA official that the volunteers squeezing into the sea to better reflect the real shape of real Americans so no recruiting he said from slim fast Vicki Barker CBS news to federal agencies warning several website operators to stop illegally selling opioids to American consumers the F. T. A. N. D. E. A. centroid letters to the for online networks that operate ten websites officials say they are illegally marketing unapproved and misbranded types of opioid medicines that could be dangerous the FDA notes those who buy prescription medicines from illegal online pharmacies could be putting their well being at risk considering the products could be counterfeit contaminated or expired. Brian shook reporting additionally several of.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Hooray the guy who represents us as a nation may have done something bad. he may have a finally it's okay if we catch him for being this is an impeachable offense I'm sorry Biden and Obama are going to be retroactively I guess not in trouble because they're already done right we're nothing's gonna happen but it did have Parker see is pretty large so the situation here is trump had a call with Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky. right before that call he had put on hold a two hundred fifty million dollar package that would have been sent to Ukraine I'm assuming to try to encourage a certain amount of action I'm probably a mix of things from U. N. funding to I don't know whatever else we try to forge you trained to do investigating Joe Biden wops maybe we should have asked him to investigate hi but the whole point is Joe Biden did something kind of similar with the former president of Ukraine during his tenure they threatened a billion dollar package to get them to actually lay off the lead prosecutor in Ukraine who at that time was investigating a company that was working with Joe Biden's son. now I I'm not saying that what trump did isn't inherently an impeachable offense but if it is. Joe Biden can't be president at all no he would be toast right and so we're gonna jump back to the story we still haven't seen the transcript yes it is going to be released today so there are some Democrats who are a little frustrated with Nancy Pelosi that she didn't wait a day for this transcript to come out because there's a chance there and I I think about this yesterday then we'll get into the idea what if the whistle blower is within trump administration what if the whistle blower is a is a trump plants and they are are whistling their own blow. actually I haven't thought about it that way but it's it's not just a whistleblower it's a guy who heard the whistle blower talking right it's secondary whistleblower well it's a main whistle blower but they heard somebody else talking about what they are with the blowing off either way here is Nancy Pelosi announcing impeachment.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Cases that were not investigating that may have some leads. but not enough leads for us to assign the case where is it for a full staff that same case that would not assigning may may actually get assigned triage and yeah and that's what that's what our sergeants and and captain in the major do over there. so of course the city of Seattle is dealing with a much larger gaps in the number of officers they need and I wouldn't worry that's the just reporting in for everybody there's nothing to worry about here Dan let's worry about that next section of the front page are you my impeach me or something current events. current events an impeachable offense we might have been found according to U. S. Congress and tax line this is time for you to jump and we are going to be talking a lot about impeachment today we're probably going to be talking about impeachment tomorrow and based on the numbers on how long it takes the impeachment process to go through we're gonna be talking about impeachment in early February there and are you excited it's not gonna stop no and I and I don't I don't get the perspective of the people who are excited the people who are thrilled that yes are sitting president may have committed an impeachable offense Hooray the guy who represents us as a nation may have done something bad. he may have finally it's okay if we catch him for being this is an impeachable offense I'm sorry Biden and Obama are going to be retroactively I guess not in trouble because they're already done right we're nothing's going to happen but it did have Parker see is pretty large so the situation here is trump had a call with Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky. right before that call he had put on hold a two hundred fifty million dollar package that would have been sent to Ukraine I'm assuming to try to encourage a certain amount of action of probably a mix of things from U. N. funding to I don't know whatever else we try to forge you trained to do investigating Joe Biden what so maybe we should have asked him to investigate hi but the whole point is Joe Biden did something kind of similar with the former president of Ukraine during his tenure they threatened a billion dollar package to get them to actually lay off the lead prosecutor in Ukraine who at that time was investigating a company that was working with Joe Biden's.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on KTRH
"Story this hour Democrats continue their assault on president drop after that whistle blower complaint alleges that the president broke the law asking Ukraine's leader to investigate the Biden family the acting director of national intelligence Joseph acquire testified before a house panel on Thursday saying that he followed the law in handling that complaint. the I realized Falwell full and well the importance of the allegation and I also have to tell your congressman congresswoman when I saw that I anticipated having to sit in front of some committee some time to discuss it. now house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff insist that unidentified whistle blowers complaint is disturbing and credible but he drew a lot of criticism for his. parity version of president trump's phone call with Ukraine president Vladimir Zelinsky without noting that when he appeared to be reading from the transcript was actually all made up. we've been very good to your country very good no other country has done as much as we have but you know what I don't see much reciprocity here. I hear what you want I have a favor I want from you though and I'm gonna say this only seven times so you better listen good. Jeez White House on Wednesday released the unclassified version of the transcript of the phone call and when Republicans pointed out that no where in it with the words in conversations that ship open the hearing with. he admitted won't yeah that's true. and you try to pass it off as his. of what the president actually meant to say and the way that the Ukraine president took it well for one thing you've ever heard president trump use the word reciprocity I have a. listen good and don't call me really all this impeachment talk those been pretty good for GOP bank accounts the trop reelection campaign the Republican National Committee reportedly raise five million dollars in the twenty four hours immediately after Nancy Pelosi's announcement of her formal impeachment inquiry polls show that the American voters do not support impeachment efforts and the president repeatedly referring to it as witch hunts. it's now six oh four here in Texas a twenty twenty election might be closer down ballot than you think Katie races close solders live to explain why it comes as another Republican Dwayne Bowe active state Rep announced his retirement Harvey crime or get the core report tells KJRH things might be tightening up in Austin at least eight districts that are clearly and play and and some people argue sixteen and if that's the case then it's going to be a democratic majority in the Texas house Texas GOP victory chairwoman Stacey Hart says she's not worried about anybody leaving..
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"President trump in Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky address their controversial July phone call during a meeting today at the United Nations CBS news Stephen Portnoy's in New York and he says neither man fully elaborated on the White House memo that detailed their conversation as he sat alongside the American president Vladimir silence he was asked by a reporter whether he felt pressure to investigate Joe by nobody pushed me president trump was glad to here in Saint Louis no pressure the official government record of the call does have Mr trump urging salen ski to do him a favor quote find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine he mentioned crowds strike a cyber security firm that investigated the hacking of DNC emails and any urging new probe of Joe one hundred by so let's give out he'd get it done Stephen Portnoy's CBS news New York a new climate change report from the United Nations is Graham more than one hundred scientists put together the report they believe the impacts of climate change are increasing and inevitable CBS news Gwen bomb gardeners in London with detail from the earth's tallest peaks to the ocean floor scientists warn no part of the world will be spared from the climate crisis the consequences for nature and humanity are sweeping and severe. the United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change released the unprecedented report concluding that the planet can't keep up with global warming the oceans which act as a sponge for CO two emissions are at capacity threatening to swallow up islands and coastal cities we need to take immediate.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS news on the hour real news for real reporting I'm Jim Chevy on the sidelines of the U. N. General Assembly in New York president trump is meeting right now with Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelinsky reporters asking the Ukrainian leader about that call with president trump and whether he was pressured to investigate the Biden I think mood to phone call to us normal we spoke about many things mandate so I think when you are at is that nobody should push me a summary of that call was released this morning Democrats are not backing down from their impeachment in Korea I'm bill right cop on Capitol Hill the American people will not stand for it house Democrats including caucus chair Hakeem Jeffries say the transcript makes clear that the president wanted Ukraine to dig up political dirt on former vice president Joe Biden that is textbook abuse of power but Republicans like house GOP leader Kevin McCarthy say the transcript proves there was no quid pro quo so I think at the end of the day the speaker owes an apology to this nation I think it's even question what she should stay in her job bill right cop CBS news Capitol Hill the army is proposing to change the rules regarding eligibility for burial at Arlington National Cemetery this in order to preserve a dwindling number of grave sites corresponding Kenny McCormick the army will get public feedback on its new plants which came after more than two years of studying the problem Arlington National Cemetery is running out of space and looking to expand but in the meantime army officials say if no changes are made they'll be closed to new would turn meds by the mid twenty fifties even for medal of honor recipient under the proposals veterans who retired from active duty and were eligible for retirement pay would no longer be automatically eligible for in ground burial they would be eligible however for above ground in turn bands of cremated remains corresponded Omar via Frank as an update on testimony in the murder trial of amber Geiger the former. Dallas police officer who shot her neighbor dad after walking into the wrong apartment she told.
"vladimir zelinsky" Discussed on KCRW
"Next. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim Kane. hills according to the account of the call being released by the trump administration tried asked you cranes president Vladimir Zelinsky quote I would like you to do us a favor there's a lot of talk about Biden's son trump said telling the Lynskey that quote Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that trump told the Lenski to get in touch with his attorney Rudy Giuliani and Attorney General William Barr the account of the call confirms a reported whistleblowers complained that trump bass to foreign leader to help him gather political ammunition against a political a potential opponent in the twenty twenty election Democrats in the house are unlikely to be satisfied with the administration's version of events and are expected to continue their demands for the whistle blowers report be released to Congress Brian Naylor NPR news Washington as those impeachment maneuvers begin at the capitol president trump plans to meet with the president of Ukraine at the U. N. General Assembly in New York this afternoon. jul labs is reportedly suspending advertising for its vaping products and its C. E. O. is stepping down is as a second day of hearings gets under way on Capitol Hill looking into recent vaping related long illnesses and PR is Allison Obree reports investigators still don't know the cause of the vaping related outbreak that is sent hundreds of people to the hospital with severe breathing problems and often flu like symptoms CDC officials say reports of more cases are coming in every day the outbreak comes at a time of serious concern about the wider vaping epidemic among young people and the federal government is considering a ban on flavored E. cigarettes also appearing before the house subcommittee health officials from Michigan and Massachusetts two states that have recently imposed bans on the sale of vaping products Alison Aubrey NPR news Washington put.
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"With an official impeachment inquiry against president Donald Trump after reports he pressured a foreign government Ukraine to help his reelection bid by investigating former vice president Democrat Joe Biden who is seeking the democratic presidential nomination calls for impeachment inquiry of since mounted and house speaker Democrat Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco acquiesce today saying no one is above the law this week the president has admitted to asking the president to crane to take actions which would benefit him politically the action of the truck the actions of the trump presidency revealed his final fact of the president's betrayal of his oath of office. of our national security and the trial of the integrity of our elections there for today I'm announcing the house of representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry I'm directing or six committees to proceed with their investigations under that umbrella of impeachment inquiry the president must be held accountable no one is above the law. trump was meeting with world leaders at the United Nations earlier today responded on Twitter calling the move presidential harassment with an exclamation mark at issue is possible abuse of presidential powers over a summer phone call the president had with Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelinsky or trump allegedly asked for help investigating his political rival Biden and Biden son hunter in the days before the call trump ordered advisors to freeze some four hundred million dollars in military aid for Ukraine prompting speculation he was holding out the money as leverage for information on the bidens trump's phone call as part of a whistle blower complaint the administration has belonged to Congress from getting details of the report citing presidential privilege another move that is outraged Democrats it also prompted bite in the call for trump's impeachment today it is time for the Congress to fully investigate the conduct of this press. the president should stop stonewalling this investigation all the other investigations. news.