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Biden says he is days away from picking a running mate
"Delaware today, Joe Biden said he's just days away from picking his own running, mate. I'm gonna have AH, choice. In the first week in August. He's choosing from a group of women, including well known names like Senators, Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris and less familiar faces like Congresswoman Val Demings and Karen Bass questioned the attorney general today on Capitol Hill. But Biden has said repeatedly he's looking for someone with whom he has a good working relationship. That would seem to favor another name on the list. Susan Rice, the former Obama national security advisor with him, Biden worked closely today
Breaking Down Super Tuesday's Results
"Have Texas called in the last five minutes by the Associated Press Four Biden which was a slight surprise. I mean this was something where it was looking like a sanders victory up until a few days ago the polls were deadlocked and what happened is in the last three or four days Bernie Bernie Sanders Lost a lot of states that he was slated to win and Joe Biden consolidated a significant chunk of the Democratic Party. So is this a two-horse race? Yeah I mean I think the question is is it a one horse race There there is a possibility that Biden will create an insurmountable lead Going into next week Because one thing that's also very striking if you look at the results is that Biden performed everywhere except for the places that had high proportions of early voting in other words. Four people voted before south. Carolina's results were known and the narrative was that Biden's candidacy was flailing and Bernie was ascendant. So in in everywhere else Biden really over performed in a big way. The other thing that's very important to note is that Sanders argument throughout this campaign has been that. He brings new voters to the table new voters to the ballot box and that simply hasn't been shown by the data and in fact last night everywhere where turnout was up dramatically and it was up dramatically in some key states biden one big so for the narrative that we need a large coalition to beat. Donald Trump in November. The data is showing. That Biden is doing that and Bernie is not and if you're Bernie supporter. I can understand that it's something that's a difficult pill to swallow but it's what. The empirical evidence is showing through these Super Tuesday results. I mean because sound is slightly scary for some voters because of the socialist labeled but he's not really socialist in the sense that we would understand it. That's right I mean. I think the when you think about this from a UK perspective. There's a lot of Corbin. Comparisons Bernie is not Corbin. He's not nearly as far left as Jeremy. Corbyn but the US is not as far left as Britain. The US is right of Britain. And I think what's also crucial to keep in mind here is that the twenty twenty race is going to be decided by six. Maybe seven swing states. And when you look at which ones those are. You're talking Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Arizona. Florida Georgia those states have very little in common culturally. The one thing they have in common is that they're ideologically moderate and so when you look at places like I'm from Minnesota which trump lost by one and a half percent whether Bernie is socialist or not. That label is highly unpopular in the mid west. It's highly unpopular in places that are ideologically moderate. And so I think that you know Bernie was going to face. Some serious roadblocks to winning in November against trump with some of those label. Some of his comments from the past. That wouldn't have played well in the sort of you know bread and butter mid West Swing State voters who are ultimately centrists so Tuesday was going to belong to Bloomberg if we believed Bloomberg. That clearly isn't the case. Is he still in with a chance? And if he's not might he take those vast funds and place them behind some other candidate? Your answer great question. I think this is one of those things where you know for Democrats who have divided opinions on the candidates. I think the last night in America was a victory for Democracy with a small D. Because it showed that money can't buy elections. He spent a half a billion dollars. Five hundred million dollars and lost everywhere except for I think American Samoa. An overseas territory. So what Bloomberg is likely to do. I mean I've seen reports who knows what will happen by senior ports. He's going to reassess his candidacy tomorrow. if he's smart and his advisors are smart. He'll drop out Wednesday morning. Us Time and throw his billions of dollars behind whoever the Democratic nominee is and I think just to you a scale of how rich Michael Bloomberg is. I did the math on this if I gave you. Five thousand dollars a day every day. Three hundred sixty five days a year. I would have had to start doing that in thirty two. Thousand B C Twenty. Two thousand years before the woolly. Mammoth went extinct for you to have as much money as Michael Bloomberg today so he has a lot of cash and that cash is going to go very likely behind. Joe Biden's candidacy in the coming days and very much the sharp end of the Spear Against Donald Trump going into the general election. So before we get onto what I suspect is really very good news. Just a quick chat about the other candidates Elizabeth Warren and you'll see above who are still in the race. I mean seem not for much longer. Yeah I expect. Warren will probably drop out tomorrow. Tulsi Gabbard Should have dropped out months ago. Chelsea Gabbert has a constituency of exactly one person in that person's name has Tulsi Gabbard But you know Warren Warren I. I've been surprised by. She ran a formidable campaign. She's extremely smart and has done a great job in exciting of voters about her plans. So I would expect that there will be a push to get her endorsements For either Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden. I also think that the the Democratic nominee would be very wise to pledge to bring Elizabeth Warren at at a minimum as a core adviser for the campaign the administration And possibly as vice presidential candidate or a senior adviser in the I also I mean the piece that I'm writing for the Washington Post. This morning is going to call for Biden to come out with a vice presidential pick now and I think the reason for that is because the party is divided between the sanders farther left wing and the Biden more centrist moderate wing and binding could go a really long way if he announced somebody like Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris Stacey from somebody who fires up the Progressive Wing of the Party And and causes who are a little further left of bite into say you know what he understands us? He accepts that were part of the coalition to win and he's going to be running the candidacy that speaks to us. Not just to the moderates and of course the bottom line is who can beat trump. And you're of the opinion. That could be done. Yeah I mean I think this is something. Where were if you look at the swing states? That matter in November Biden is somewhat tailor-made for those states And there's been this narrative since two thousand sixteen because the political class so to speak was surprised by trump's victory that there's the secret sauce. That trump has that. He'll win no matter what but if you look at the polls. I mean most of the national polls have Biden up by eight points to nine points against trump and keep in mind. That trump was so worried about biden beating him that he able to get impeached over it. Dry trying to trying to damage Biden. And if you look at trump's tweets he is trying to say you know so. Division on behalf of Bernie saying the Democratic Establishment is trying to Rob Bernie Sanders supporters of their victory. Simply because he thinks that the way he wins either with Bernie candidacy over the divided party. Keep in mind that the the Democratic Establishment did not rob Bernie Sanders of the voters. The voters robbed Bernie Sanders the voters in this time because You know he he. Simply he lost the race You know ran I think fairly squarely one thing. That's very interesting to note going forward if Bernie decides to stay in the race. Even if next Tuesday's results are not favorable for him is that in two thousand sixteen when Bernie Sanders was trailing the delegate count. He said that it should matter. Only if you get a majority of delegates not a plurality he was going to fight to the convention and try to say though pick me as the nominee even if I don't have the most delegates this time around when he's had the most delegates when he's been the lead he said the exact opposite he said. If you have a plurality of delegates you should be the nominee will. We're headed for a scenario? After last night in which Joe Biden goes into convention potentially not with a majority but with a plurality and Bernie Sanders is on the records. Now saying that person should be the nominee so he may end up regretting Those words but it is. It is something that sets a precedent by which even if Biden does not get over the fifty percent threshold. That the rules say you have to. You could have his main opponent on camera many many times saying that effectively. If he's got the plurality he should be the nominee. I mean. A gamer of then Biden may yet beat trump. But we're assuming that this will be a fair fight and of course. There's nothing that you can see him about trump. We do not know how how badly he may try and ski this race. Yeah I mean this is why prognostication is a very dangerous game in In Two thousand twenty is that you have a lot of things that trump is going to be willing to do to break the rules. We we've seen that. I mean he was impeached because he tried to use US foreign policy and hundreds of millions of dollars to get a foreign government to investigate a political opponent in two thousand sixteen. Of course he called to jail his uplift his political opponent And and of course there's going to be the wildcards of Russian interference information more at CETERA. But there's also the wild card of the corona virus and how that's going to affect the race which causes some serious uncertainty forecasting months if not weeks into the future and we don't know how that's going to shake out but yes I mean I think if you're looking at places where trump is vulnerable and where he needs to win. Joe Biden is the candidate who is more like voters in those states than Bernie Sanders. I mean is something where you know in Minnesota where I'm from a neighboring Wisconsin. Both States Democrats need to win if they WanNa win and twenty twenty. Those states are not the ones calling for a socialist revolution outside of potentially progressive core in the urban centers. And what Biden did last night. Was He brought suburban voters to the polls and those people are the people who propelled the Democrats to the twenty eighteen victory in the house. So you know it's about building. A coalition of Progressives ideological moderates and even some Republicans who thank you know what trump is not a safe pair of hands to have when the country is facing a crisis like it is with corona virus. I think that might be the argument going forward. Brian. Thank you very much indeed. That's Brian Class in. Incidentally it's the first time I've seen him smile since two thousand and
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Politics lead now for the kids out there. It's an old school. More polite way of saying she. s former Vice President Joe Biden is on an eighteen county no malarkey tour tour across Iowa. The barnstorm comes polls of Biden solidly and lead nationally but with mayor p Buddha judge surging to the top in Iowa with just sixty three days until the first votes in the race. Matt one Iowa voter told politico. She's Afraid Biden is going to get the okay boomer treatment with an old school slogans such as no Malarkey. He's already chasing much younger mayor Pete in Iowa what do you think so. I'm a couple of years older than judge had to Google what Milan means Which I did and the ad you literally did not know what it meant? I mean I don't know the exact meaning and it refers. Do you know the exact meaning. Nonsense nonsense meeting meaningless talk and and kind of if that's Joe Biden and he goes with no Malarkey I mean he's the king of cleaning. Let's talk and nonsense. It's like we talked to nearly trump running on no corruption. I mean is it. You call random things you are identified with. It's madness is a guy who's so far in this campaign confused. The Monterey New Hampshire confused El Paso in Houston speculated on the death breath of Barack Obama referred pointlessly to record players forgot common harassment in the Senate even issue standing next day. I mean why would you use that as your slogan aside from the age issue just the accuracy of the word so put you down for three bumpers. So because he's used this before but a better callback which which would have hit younger voters would have been the. EFD Bus used his phrase after obamacare passed. But I don't know young people like old stuff like pour over coffee unsalvaged jeans now. So maybe they'll like marketing people vote true. Look he's doubling down on what has worked for him to date and we can all sit here and say it's not hip or cool. It's neither of those things. I think we all agree But he is trying to appeal and lock in the older vote which you know. Malarkey is a term that is known by I people over a certain age over older than it is a bus tour after all right whistle-stop that's what I've seen you. You have gone. You're obviously you think trump's GonNa win Dan you work for trump the trump campaign adviser trump campaign. But you said in the past Biden the best candidate. Then you've kind of backed off a little watching the campaign right right to the below where we're where were you these. I was discussing Green Room. I've always liked mayor Pete. I think he's the best political athlete right like if you're GM and you're drafting a player are you. Don't shortstop big the best athlete. I think Buddha judges the best political athlete. He's Nimble I don't know if he gets the nomination so what are you. You're a progressive of. We often have Democrats on the panel but not necessarily progressives people in the in the more in the Warren Sanders camp of things. So let me ask you. Where do you see those candidacies indices right now because it looks like Elizabeth? Warren has slipped a little bit in the bowl. She s little bit. But I'm not sure how long that slide will continue. I think Bernie Sanders is the story. That's not talked about enough Nevada New Hampshire he's leading New Hampshire the recent polls Queen and leading New Hampshire Iowa. He's in the top three. I mean you could. I saw actual story sane. Nine different candidate could win each of the first four states what Bernie could also in through the festival states. It could happen. There's no reason not to and I think that's what's interesting. We in the media very obsessed with the athlete Pete. Brundige was very impressive earlier this year less so now I think and obviously Joe Biden being front running for a long time but it would be madness of warrener's onto specially if at some stage you assume one of them gets out of the race at some state so and then you know. The other person is mayor Bloomberg right. no-one said Michael Bloomberg dollar. The no did you see that quote of his. It was video of him talking about how it's good to tax poor people because then they can't afford to buy things that are bad for them. It was from a conversation. He had with Christine Lagarde. It was going around the Internet mayor. Bloomberg look I think Mayor Bloomberg you look at his record he has done if is just purely on paper and what he has done on gun safety and what he's done on climate change and his ad which is pretty good. That's running across the country. You know maybe he could make some headway but I continue can you. I don't see a path for him. I don't think Democrats are looking for another candidate. You see every poll. They're not looking for another candidate. That doesn't make sense because somebody's GonNa win. Maybe somebody will win three states. Maybe it's going to win one or two but it doesn't mean that any people wake up and they in the in the Super Tuesday states and say wait. I need another person. That's Mayor Bloomberg so I the question America than so still a lot of candidates in the race to draft out over the weekend ended this morning Montana Governor Steve Bullock and Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak from our Home Commonwealth. I didn't even know that because we're on so Sixteen are still running sixteen. Democrats only six of qualified for this month's debate right. I mean what do you think should drop out. I think well I think I the debate stage being winnowed will make things a little bit clear but I think all of this movement speaks to AH dissatisfaction with the state of the field and something that Republicans went through in two thousand sixteen which is like well we got this one guy at the top. WHO's a little out there but has really good name idea? We kind of know his story. But then there's all these people like Frankenstein into one candidate. We can't do that. You have to pick one. I think there's a real possibility that each one of them keeps popping to the top just as happened in two thousand sixteen stain and it gets real confusing as you go through to the states as club that she's lining up surrogates including her husband daughter and in case the impeachment trial the polls are off the trail that will also affect will they tell jokes tough very very tough so other candidates including pudding sanders. Warren Kamala Harris Cory Booker could be a big disadvantage Senator Al Book Hasn't qualified for the debates. Either he's his own issues going on with his campaign. I'm I'm I'm glad if the if the field gets winnowed. The Senate trawl depends how long it goes on. It could be a moment for them as well. I mean one of the reasons. People come Harris at the beginning was because of our brilliant cross examination Asian of Brett Cavanaugh and others in the Senate so it could central could give them the boost national momentum remember the Senate they sit there and their chairs silent for a month. They don't get to speak they. Don't ask questions. They sit for a month. Then they vote any senator. WHO's running for president? Who wants to be a long trial because it keeps them off the trail and with all the movement somebody could pop up and really surge right before the Iowa Caucus won an offer being here? It is the deadliest unrest and more than forty years. What is happening happening? And one of the key countries in the Middle East next. Stay with us.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"PSA that if you are trying to sound like you have an Australian accent. There's a there's a way that you can do it. If you say the phrase rise up lights Riley fast lights, it sounds like you're saying razor blade Australia with an Australian. I just sent it to she said it so many times during the day. I said to my kids who are in San Francisco and trying it right now. Say rise of lights. Even have to say it ladder. Rays of light. Amazing. To my kids in San Francisco, and they wrote back, and she was like we found this out a year ago. We've been doing it for like a year like nonstop did it for like two weeks, and we can stop. Like kids always find the stuff out before you. And I'm like, I can't stop. I'm going to be doing it for the next two weeks lights. Anybody wanted to sound Australian for a minute always use that phrase? There you go. I'm going to do a constantly for the next two. If I learn any other phrases that work that way, I will be sure to let you and our audience now messaging them like I'm just going to be reading rise up lights. We have important news to talk about. Yes. So there is as you know, there's like nine thousand people running for president on the democrat side. And some of them are in fact women. Oh, yes. That's right. Some of them are women. Then appropriate because they they claim to like women. It's all about the women. They claim to like them right side. But the weird thing is weird. It's so weird because the two top guys right now are in fact, guys. Yeah. And white old white straight old wide straight. Dudes are topping the democrat polling from all the polls. I mean, it doesn't matter which Paul you choose Bernie and Joe are sitting. Because you're one of the people that sitting at the top of the polls. Horseshoe. And oddly enough, even though Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris, the young mom, Amy klobuchar. Gillibrand. She's fifty two they're all in their their their. They're fighting there there. However, no, one cares about them at. So it's so weird feel a lot of them there that could potentially be a top contender. You think that at least one of them could be Bernie, Bernie is grouchy and old. And I don't know if I've mentioned this. But he's old right? And he doesn't comb his hair. Yeah. So here's an interesting thing to there was a democrat voter that was asked by the AP. What's what's this all about like what? Democrats talk a good talk. When it comes to being supportive of women wanting women to rise up to leadership roles. What's the deal? And her response was I think a lot of people voted for Trump because they didn't vote for her. And I don't want that to happen. Again. I fear that for that with women that it's well, we had our chance we had Hillary Hillary didn't pan out. It's best to just pick another sixty five year old plus white. Guy who has the best chance of winning interesting. So they don't have faith in women. Apparently, they're all they're all talk all all talk and nothing back it up, no action. Because it's not like, there's not choices. Oh, there's a lot of choices. They got a black woman. They got a young mom. They got. I mean, they've got like an old white woman. They've got a woman who pretends to be native American covering all the basic feel like that that they are. Yeah. Indeed. But but again, it's Democrats being giant raging screaming hypocrites that weird. I know it's crazy. I mean, I did not see that coming very, very odd. Also, you're probably hearing a lot in the news more. So than you thought you ever would in this day and age about measles. Yeah. And that is because measles are on the rise. In a big way. In fact, I just heard Kurt darling. In the newsroom say the number of cases being reported right now is the highest it's been in like twenty five years yourself for phone calls. You ready? Know anytime we talk about. Nations. We get all the phone calls more. So than anything else that we talk about. Yeah. People are so and it's and it's not a partisan issue. Right. There are as many conservatives who are anti vaccine as there are liberals. I mean, it spans every possible political spectrum that it's not about politics. It's just about whether or not you trust Jenny McCarthy with your health if you wanna listen to a playboy bunny about. Oh. Again that was completely inappropriate now. Don't trust McCarthy. No, totally down. No, no. Are you? Sure, I'm positive. I could not be more. Sure. Over again, I'm good. And now Marcia Brady, Maureen McCormick is her real name. But Marcia Brady from the Brady bunch of seventies fame? She's mad. She's super Madda anti vaccine because anti vaccine are sharing a clip from the Brady bunch from obviously forever ago in the seventies. And it was the episode where all the kids got the measles, and they're all like having fun and taking the day off from school and everybody's fine. And they just feel like a little sick. And it's no big deal. So anti vaccines are actually posting clips of that to prove that vaccinations or that not being vaccinated is fine. Having measles is fine. Everything's fine. Everybody needs to stop freaking out about the measles. Okay. And that is that's it's really dumb. Because again, it was in the seventies. Right. And it's not that far after the vaccination came into being you know, what I mean, this is this is so. Dumb for real say measles. Let's back a radically disease. And you have Marie McCormick. Who is like she's like, listen. This is dumb. I'm marsha. So wanna do this? And the guy who actually was Sherwood. What's what's his last name, the guy the creator, the creator of the Brady bunch even he too. He's like my dad created the show and vaccinate my kids and this and it's done for y'all to bring this back. Yeah. And I really wish that you wouldn't do this. Well, and she's mad that she hurt that, you know, her likeness is essentially being used to promote a cause she doesn't believe in at all. It's a sitcom, you know, they made it look fun. And really it's like overall happy and everything everything looked fun in a sick. Everything looked fine and wonderful and happy. And that's not what measles is. No. It's not at all. In fact, you can die from measles. Absolutely. Not you don't want to bring back a radical diseases. This is so dominant really is dumb. And I can't believe we're even having a talk about high. No, it's insane. It's coming back. So you found a thing about how if we were talking about this yesterday about how we probably need to get boosters. This was kind of surprised me because I thought well, I'm covered vaccination when I was a kid. I thought I was covered because I figured most people would get back. And apparently adults. If you forget what the actual years are let me look up the years because I forget what the span of years is. I think it was sixty nine hundred sixty if it's like after nineteen. Anyone? Yeah, you're right because anyone vaccinated between sixty three and eighty nine. So if you were vaccinated between nine hundred sixty three and nineteen Eighty-nine nine you probably only got one dough. Yeah. Compared to the two doses. The booster people get boosters. Now, the kids get butchers, and that's okay because like one dose should offer. You ninety three percent protection. However, two doses. Give you ninety seven percent protection. And unfortunately for those of us who probably only got the one dose even at ninety three percent protection are immunity weakens over time. And so now, we're approaching fifty right? So it's probably important. If you're around our age to get yourself a blood test to show how immune you actually are to measles. And if you need one to get a booster, and it can't hurt you the boosters not going to hurt you the only thing that it will do is just give you some more protection from getting measles because measles are back which is. Bumped. It is completely dumb. I can't believe it. They're back. Doing this should not be back. I think is now this whole conversation. They should not be back and they're back because of debunked science, which you know, the guy that wrote that ridiculous article, which he is losses license since then. And now, he's dating like L McPherson. That's that's fantastic. Yeah. It's asia. Wakefield is the is the guy that started this whole, you know, the m our vaccine causes autism. Yeah. And it doesn't know. Absolutely. Does. Not and. Yeah. And so now that's nice that you got the data model after that. He's still he's still dating her now. That's neat. Yeah. That's basically his new claim to fame anyway. So yeah, his back. So I think it's good information to put out there that you probably you may need to get a booster. Yeah. Just get yourself a blood test. It's apparently very very quick you can get it at your next annual physical or whatever just ask when you're getting your labs. Drawn. Can you check me for my measles, immunity? It's just a giant pain in the butt that that I have to do that. Right. Totally is no question. Okay. Y'all stay with us. Let's talk about Chad last year. He was working. Two jobs. Trying to make ends meet barely staying above water in February..
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on The View
"This is what this show does. Plus, we got Julian Lennon pitfall and the doctor is in Dr Phil here. This week on the view. Still ahead. Melinda gates on she and her husband bills, giving pledge to donate almost all of their one hundred billion dollar fortune to charity. Back in the women running senators, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Amy klobuchar held town halls last night, as well did anybody stand out to you all I must say that they will all very impressive. I like Bernie, and I lead Buddha judge. But this is the year of the woman, these three brilliant all three of them. It would be a blessing on this country. If any of these three women wanted my opinion. I want to make the case school Warren in particular because Elizabeth Warren is the one that I watched I only did watch a little of Connell. My watch. Elizabeth the whole thing, and I watched a co-op Machar. And Elizabeth Warren is one of these brilliant women who has policy ideas, she has ways she doesn't just say, we want free education to tell you how we're gonna do it. This is her plan. I'll just tell you really quickly. She wants to for the ultra ultra millionaire tax which would be two percent annual tax on those who make fifty million or more a year. Okay. Fifteen million two percent tax on that would generate three trillion dollars over ten years that would pay for childcare universal family. It would pay for pre-kindergarten would pay for college. We pay for a lot of things that we need desperately in this country. She gives you information, and you know, I thought that she's kind of a dark horse that right now. But I. See her coming out because she is this really laws like four years ago. She was the shining object in the Democratic Party. Remember, she was the person that everyone talked about that was going to run for president. And it's been surprising that she is not made more in waves in the in the primary so far because she has been pretty low. I think there've been some steaks made along the way with your her native American heritage, and and that sort of thing and then her awkward announcement. But I agree with you. When I hear her speak. She's a very smart woman as she backs up her ideas. I don't agree with it. It would be tragic if Trump calling her polka haunt would impede her progress that that anything, that's the reason. Why though I think the still her policies if you were going to ask a moderate voter, even a moderate democrat, would you vote for Lisbeth Warren, whether they actually read Oliver policies and detailed. They would probably tell you know, she's too extreme for would you ask the same person? Do you think it's right to tax Amazon that pays no taxes is it right to tax that company and most people in this country, including this rust belt, and all these people. Voted for Trump would say, yes, I'm believing that she's got a way go. She in waves with I add. Agree with you joy. I I was I was riveted by Elizabeth Warren, and I haven't necessarily always been a fan of ours. And I've I've been pretty critical. But when she started talking about the student debt problem that we have in this country. And I think it's one point five trillion dollars. So you have people graduating our most promising group of young people there so saddled with debt that they can't do anything. Right. And she said that she would cancel fifty thousand dollars in student loan debt for every person with a household income under one hundred thousand dollars and give substantial.
The Mythology of Georgia
"Is a new movie coming out. No. I'm not talking about in game. I I will be it in game. But Nope, I'm not talking about that. When I am talking about a new short fill may supposed- documentary on voter suppression in Georgia in twenty eighteen a progressive activists has decided to make a short film. And of course, liberals everywhere are delighted, I'm sure it'll be nominated for probably win an Academy Award, even because liberals loved this sort of thing. It is amazing to me the mythology that Democrats are hanging onto in two thousand eighteen in Georgia. So many of the complaints of the day. Democrats about how voters were suppressed in overwhelmingly black counties in Georgia as proof that Brian Kemp, stole the election are oblivious to the fact that it is local counties that actually run their elections. So if voters were suppressed in predominantly black counties by Democrats, while it was the local democratic counties that were doing not Brian Kemp. And yet they don't what they hand wave all of that away. I mean, you you heard Stacey Abrams a week ago. Or so waving it all away with Hillary Clinton. How could she say the vote was suppressed when she got more votes in Georgia than Hillary though. We'll because six million people should be able to vote in Georgia. Well, six million people. No one ever has one hundred percent of their voter rolls. Turn out particularly in an off your election. It's stupid, and yet Democrats are treating it as if it's a serious thing. And now they're going to have a myth making movie come out because they're not really concerned about the truth. They're concerned about fundraising off mythology were seeing this with a mole r-. As well, which we will get into the big news though out today. I think is Elizabeth Warren Kamala, Harris Bernie Sanders and the like they're all coming up for student loan forgiveness plans. They want to forgive anyone who has a student loan. You can stop paying your loan, and the government will get rid of it for you, which is a policy that does not address the underlying problems L. Listen, I have a personal interest in this. If we're honest about it I had to fund my entire law school on student loans, and a small portion of my undergrad was that those paid off a while back, but I still have one student loan. I've got another I think thirteen years pain Ford or seventy five dollars a month and another one I've got another year on for three hundred twenty dollars and how it will be done in a year. Then I'll just be left with four hundred seventy five dollars four four another more than a decade. I have a practice law since two thousand six and part of the reason that they're less than two longest when. Yeah. I got a law school. I was making forty two five out of law school at a firm in middle Georgia, and I could not afford the wall school old payments fed when I was finally able to buy a house my mortgage was less than my student loan payments up until four years ago. My mortgage was still less than my student loan payments. I I a of student loans, and I got the value from I went to college. I went to law school, and so I'm paying those debt obligations, and there are a lot of people who went to undergrad, and they went to graduate school, and they got student loans because they thought it would help them, and they got their degrees in puppetry arts where they learned to stick their hand up the backside of a puppet and make its mouth move, and they're in-depth for like a hundred thousand dollars not necessarily responsible. But now they want to bail out is deeply popular with younger voters. The problem is that it doesn't fix the underlying issue. Universities and colleges in this country have seen costs escalate well above the rate of inflation. Then they're not anti new courses. They're not any new professors. They're not giving huge pay raises to existing professors. They're hiring new administrators in new staff, they're tacking on fees. I mean, look at the university of university system in Georgia. They're raising tuition they did not raise tuition last year. But they raced fees last year the raising fees again this year, increasingly the fees or the expensive part of school. In tuition is is ridiculously expensive. But a lot of universities. They're freezing tuition, and they're jacking up fees every year. So you're still paying more every year. And if you bail out people who have student loans that doesn't fix the problem, it only provides universities more incentive to Jack up costs. It only provides colleges more incentive to add
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And then down along the Palmer divide. Douglas county's tonight nine tomorrow thirty six and the son who will be back tomorrow. We're pretty excited about that. We love it. Thank you. All right touchy seeing things now on Colorado's morning news. We are running against a president who is a pathological liar a fraud, a racist, sexist xenophobic and someone who was undermining American democracy as the leads us. In an authoritarian direction. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders coming out swinging as he launches his twenty twenty bid for the White House. He's joining an already crowded field of mostly senators democrat challengers that includes Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Amy klobuchar and the list goes on local democratic strategist, Mike Dino is on our live line to talk about a good morning. April. How you doing? I'm good. Thank you. I gotta say when I heard this. I went oh, really? And it makes me wonder about I guess Hillary Clinton in two thousand twenty. But is this a good idea for Sanders to jump back in? Well, he thinks it is any, you know, he's still has a good amount of popularity around the country and even in this state, and Colorado and the ideas espoused in two thousand sixteen have been validated by the candidates tube injured the race already for twenty twenty Mike. Does it matter that he has experienced running before does that even give him any extra edge over the other candidates? Experience helps, but you know, his last campaign got some criticism for how women were treated on it. And that does it up about a month ago. And plus he's running against a much more diverse field than he did he really just had to run against Hillary Hillary in two thousand sixteen. He was a good contrast. But now he's got a bigger field. And it may help him that he's the first major white guy on the democratic side to announce, but there's more to follow quote, unquote, major white guy. He is seventy seven years old does age hurt him. Not really I mean if Joe Biden gets in. You know, help that average go up. So it shouldn't be a big factor and Mike is there any Bernie fatigue. At all is people just tired of maybe seeing him in in the fact that he's basically a one or two note kind of guy. I don't think. So I think when he was here in the two thousand eighteen election campaigning for folks, you got great crowds. People love to come up and talk to him and and still support him. So he's got a following. You just gotta you know, it's going to be a little more challenging to run against the diverse field. That already exists. I was going to say, and you mentioned it earlier. These people have picked up the Bernie Sanders baton and run with it. And they've already announced Tina Warren and Harrison and Booker enclosure all are fairly progressive. Yeah. Exactly. And and so it, and it gives them choices to people that maybe aren't really four Bernie at this point. But he's got some stature some experience as you point out. And you know, he's he's fired up as as evident. That intro. You brought in criticizing the president local democratic strategist, Mike, Dino. Thank you for joining us. Glad to be with you guys. Sports time now with Mike Reiss. The avalanche.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"However might be convincing ericans that he's vague political promises can translate into meaningful results. What if the possibility of an independent person could capture the imagination of the forty two percent people who affiliate themselves as an independent, which is more than either party? And what if Republicans Democrats lifelong are looking for a home? They're not gonna vote for a left wing Lisbeth Warren Kamala Harris candidate, they don't want to reelect Donald Trump. But what if there's a new person the problem is that the American political system is completely inhospitable to third party candidacies Jonathan Chait like most critics predicts that shit's if he runs will only succeed in raising the probability of a second Trump term. I think if you add on the that Schultz. Clearly hasn't paid enough attention to politics to really discuss policy in coherent professional way. I think the problem gets much more, which we're clear he doesn't have pulse. He doesn't seem to really understand policy. Very well at all. He's just Richmond. Who assumes that? Because he had because what field he can master anything else. It's almost enough to make one suspect that Dr Robert Jay Lifton description of typical coat leader may indeed apply in the boardroom to. In addition to charisma Lifton suggested that the dedication bestowed upon a leader by the followers often obscures, the gradual loss of principles that originally sustained the group like, for example, an independent who criticizes Democrats while also promoting a plan to fix America's healthcare that seems to steal. What detail it has from Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act? It's difficult to argue with many of the big ID is that shields promotes uniting the country an end to partisan bickering, but as many have pointed out, these are just ideas and in this implicity, not so different to make America. Great again when productivity tells shields usually goes cold, if how shields cont back, he's lofty ambitions. Dishes with credible. Evidence of.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on WJR 760
"See that. Is she sang she apologizes for getting caught. In a lie. I. Yeah. She Senate worn has reached out to us and has apologized to the tribe. We are encouraged. By this dialogue. Okay. Being a Cherokee nation tribal citizen is rooted in centuries of culture and laws. Not through DNA. Test said a Cherokee spokeswoman. Really? Well, I, you know, the the apology by you say, Ron, but the spokesperson sane DNA has nothing to do with it. Well, DNA won't won't prove that you belong to any given tribe. Oh, that's true. Yes. Yeah. Okay. It's okay. Show that you're native American right? Does. He can't it can't various what tribe your. Yes. I thank you for clarifying that and Warren. Why would you apologize for taking the test? It's not the test that anybody has a problem with. Apology should come from. And this is what the Cherokee nation had said after she. You know, use that test, and and basically still went on to claim that her heritage. What was that that the test itself? Was in part further proof that she belonged to that tribe. And they said, no, an exactly what I said that you can't prove which tribe you belong to a may show native American heritage. It does not prove which tribe you belong to. Yeah. Just just weird. I. You know, we we knew that the twenty twenty election season. Bizarre. But I don't know how you get away from it being bizarre. Now from from now on you know, really the twenty twenty season hasn't except for announcements hasn't really begun. We haven't seen any debates we've seen a couple of people drop out. Already. And of course, you're going to see more of that, you know, in the coming months, but I just wonder how bizarre it's gonna get on stage. I see the Iowa polls that were being done. Former vice president Joe Biden is the only potential presidential candidate who could beat President Trump in next year's general election in according to I this is Iowa voters in I got you. Okay. In a direct match up. With Trump bind would prevail in twenty twenty fifty one to forty nine. Emerson college found. Other contenders, including Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris as well as former referee a Representative. I was gonna say Robert Francis. Skater Bobby O'Rourke? Would not they fell within the margin of error. But they wouldn't beat them. Yeah. Now, it doesn't mean anything..
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Samantha welcome to our show. And hope hope it gets better than this today. We we have a lot of people texting and saying they will fix the alum. They can fix everything. So maybe we should get in touch with an hey one thousand dollar creamy Snickers squares phone tap worth a thousand dollars a month supply of creamy snicker squares coming up just a few minutes. Let's get into the Gandhi news, first Gandhi what's going on. Well, it looks like the twenty in the L lamp was broke. That's your headlines. Breaking news. There's been an owl lamb that's been destroyed in the studio. I still say if we bring in my little Danny Cam and leave it here. We're gonna find out everything that happens. There will be no questions, but that's fine. Twenty twenty election is going to include a ton of people women and non white candidates. They say it's going to be the most on record. Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris, Julian Castro into Yang tolsey good barred tons of people throwing their hats into the ring, obviously more expected to come on board. But it's an interesting thing to watch all of these people. The state of the union is going to happen February fifth. We know there was some back and forth about that. But it's going down in February fifth is the date. And we knew that this huge storm was hitting the midwest thousands of flights are getting cancelled and they're expecting lows around negative sixty degrees. I wear in the midwest Minneapolis in Chicago. They said wait a sixty wind chill. Zero sixty will they're saying I think today's seventy five percent of our country is below freezing. And Bismarck, North Dakota right now, it's minus thirty one. Now. I always gonna freeze its it's crazy. It's going to be very very very cold. Well, yeah. So if you're planning to travel, if you're going in that direction, just beware that you might not be able to get on a flight. And by the way, Greg t it's not Tyra banks sister, it's Toni Braxton sister. Oh, yeah. These are versa. She she has some celebrity going for her. Yeah. Yes, absolutely back to you county that was just a little a little side note. Okay. Have you guys? This is the I think fascinating story, the apple FaceTime, glitch. Have we heard about this? This is scary cell. Apparently, there's a little glitch with the FaceTime system right now where if you call someone you can eavesdrop before they answer you can hear what's going on with them. So you can hear me say not going to answer that FaceTime. Screw you. And the worst part about it is that they apple has acknowledged. Yes. This is a huge problem. We're trying to fix it. But they're not going to have a software patch until later in the week. So this could happen to anyone. So if you have FaceTime, they're saying trying to sable it if you're gonna sable it or just roll the dice and see who tries to ease up on you. If I see a FaceTime call coming in. They could be listening to me at that moment. They're not gonna hear me if I don't see a festive FaceTime, call right FaceTime. Call coming in. So once your phones first time coming in, you know, they could be listening to. At that moment. So disable your FaceTime or else sprawl the dice Brody doesn't have this problem. He doesn't he doesn't have an iphone right back to you headlines. Florida's Tuesday morning thousand dollar creamy Snickers squares.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Of the democratic. Next the next people that are running is going to be a big circus. And I don't think again, what plays in Trump a favor, and there's nobody. That could be Trump like Hillary. I don't think there's any how do you figure that when you say can't beat Trump killary almost beat Trump? Well, John body'll electoral college. I wasn't very close. Was remarkably close because on a couple of those key states. He won with a mere few thousand votes. The question is will he be able to hold on to those states like Florida and Michigan and Illinois? Michigan michigan. And and. Those rust belt states, Iowa, I think while the lack of good candidates on the democratic side will once again, save him. And maybe he will get this fall next round. That's my point. I don't see Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Hickenlooper or anybody. I just I I'm not saying it, but you might not see it. I certainly see it. And if he if he does not. If he does not reach draw his presidency. If he does not somehow pull this back together. Not only will you have challengeable democratic opponent. He could have a challenge from the right as well. Well, I I doubt in the first time, and I've learned. I've learned not to doubt. And I'm not going to doubt him again. I won't. But that's all I want to gotta say so that that's it. Wait how how is he going to win? How's it going to win? Well, yeah. Exactly. What could happen in two? This is two years away. A lot could happen. We we got a long time till then that's fair to disagree that we have a long time because decisions on whether or not to run are being made now in so there are there are the mitt Romney's of the world out there going, maybe this is my opportunity to take him on inside the Republican confines. Hell there's an independent. What's his name the guy who did Starbucks multi-billionaire? Yeah. Is thinking about it. Which by the way might Schultz. He might be the guy who actually helps Trump win if he splits the party. Well. His base like myself are his base. I think is still with them. We know why he's not getting it done is because of all. Scrutinous of the left. They're.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"When you look at the national security emergencies that the presidents have declared in the past they are buying large related to foreign policy that power resides in article two of the constitution, the president essentially drawing within powers, given by congress declaring a state of emergency for something clearly within his purview as president immigrations within the purview of congress. If the president can declare a national emergency and use imminent domain to build a wall along the southern border, then a future. Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Joe Biden, they can use the same declaration national emergency declaration in say climate change is a national emergency. President Trump chose to use imminent domain to build the wall. So I'm going to use him at domain to shut down coal burning power plants around the nation and take coal farms from coal producers. It's a dangerous ground the president trod here when he uses a precedent that has not been done before it is it is not a precedent to say the president can declare state of emergency. It very much is to say he can do it about immigration at the southern border win the status quo suggests there's not an emergency. Now he can throw out terrorists coming across. There have been six who have been detained there other issues there the president could make some valid points. I'm fully in favor of the president building the wall. But I think the path he may wanna go is to just forced the shutdown to continue instead of trying to build the case for national emergency a precedent, which Democrats can use later, and for those of you who are saying, well, they're going to do it. Anyway, do you wanna make it easier for them to do it? That's the question. Do you really wanna make it easier for Democrats in the future to declare national -mergency on climate change in sees all the coal burning power plants in the country? I'm increasingly uncomfortable with the level of information. In that various companies can get from you by just your web.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on WRVA
"It's a special edition of more on trivia as we get into the thanksgiving holiday, triple eight seventy seven B E C K. I I love this decision from the Trump twenty twenty campaign team they have apparently come up with a with some nicknames. They were trying to they're trying to give nicknames to all the Democrats who will potentially run against him for president. And so one of the people that they've been working on is Joe Biden because Joe Biden is as as you mentioned yesterday's to what like twenty points ahead of the second place contender. Yeah. The poll a poll was taken in October has. Joe Biden at thirty three percent among Democrats, and I was Elizabeth Warren or Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris was saying one of the two teen percent. That's amazing big big lead. And then Sanders behind that. I think it like twelve or eleven and I don't think Hillary was in that. So if Hillary jumped into my change things, but anyway, right now, it looks like Joe Biden is is the main candidate in the democrat party that everybody thinks, you know, would have a chance to unseat President Trump. So very, you know, Trump is really good at these nicknames, and it kind of sticks. When he starts calling people crooked, Hillary, lying Ted all of those things pretty much worked the name. They have tentatively decided upon for Joe Biden. If he runs is creepy Joe. Which is pretty good asked. He is very creep creep. He is we've talked about his creepy. This before where he's got this propensity for touching women seemingly inappropriately that he doesn't know these kinda hangs on them, and and hovers around them and pause at them. Yeah. Another thing he seems to like to do. And this is something you'll notice if you look at a bunch of pictures of any situations is he likes to sniff the back of women's ears. You'll notice it look at look at pictures achey and again creepy. It's creepy. Joe? It's a good name. It's gonna stick..
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It is Tuesday. October sixteenth just three weeks away from election day. Wow. Yeah. We're going to be all over it here over the next few weeks will get to in the know. It's early voting starts pretty soon too. Right. Yeah. Yeah. It's three weeks. We've been talking really Tim, which since I guess the beginning of the year when the the Democrats felt that the the Blue Wave was coming because of the way that the polls were at that time when it came to Republicans and the president, and I said, then you know, it's way too early. So much that can change. Yeah. And it's still it's still the same and. I'm looking at numbers this morning GOP at forty seven percent dims at forty six percent when you combine sixty six tossup races. Now does that mean? Does that mean the GOP they keep their seats here? Here's what I think happens, and this is three weeks out. I think they keep the Senate. They may even add a seat in the Senate because it looks like I'm having to change my prediction for Tennessee, and the whole Bredesen's Blackburn. I really felt Marsha was gonna have more problems in Tennessee than what she's having. And that it was going to be closer. And if the polling data is right? I mean, she should beat British. I don't think it's the double digits that we've been told in a couple of polls. But I bet she beats him four five six percent. I think the I wouldn't be surprised for them to gain a few seats in the house. But I don't think I just right now, Tim, and this whole in the cavenaugh hearing just totally changed the script it flipped the script. And you know, I think right now there's more of a. More of an advantage to Republicans at least keeping the house. And I think they're going to keep the Senate just because you know, the leadership of the Democrats. You know? It's it's it's I mean, the is that what you want what you saw and how they treated. Cavenaugh at the hearings in some of the things that you see. I mean, turn on the news each night read, your newspaper each day and see some of the things is that what you want in control. Is that what the is that what you want the president and congress to have to deal with for the next couple of years. And I don't know I think there was a story yesterday. That said, you know, some Democrats are saying they need to forget midterms and focused more on twenty twenty that they're not gonna win in twenty twenty. I mean in two thousand eighteen so they need to focus more on getting the White House back and making sure in a field. That's got almost thirty people supposedly interested in it right now finding the right person who can take on Trump and get the White House back in twenty twenty and we've seen that in the last couple of Republican primaries were there just been a ton of candidates that have wanted to take the primary stage. And you have that you have. And how do you handle that? You know, you've got your you'll you'll have to debates you'll have like your primary debate. And then you'll have the others because you remember, the, you know, we had we had that situation with the Republicans where you had, you know, Carly Fiorina and a handful of others that were in a pre debate debate. And then you had the like the ones that were polling in the top eight or ten participate in the prime time debate. Right. And it just like what the Republicans you're going to have a bunch of people that aren't happy that they're being excluded from the main one. But can you have a thirty person free for all on a stage? Maybe that's what they do. And then exposed then you really get see because everybody will be acting to the extreme to try and get some kind of attention out of it. But then look I I think some of this will be whittled down. There will be some party leaders that go to. I don't know. You know, whoever it is Joe blow that's running is. Hey lock. You're not going to be able to get the money. You don't have the infrastructure. You don't have the backing behind you get out of the way. So we can put a and whoever it may be Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Joe Biden. I wouldn't be surprised that conversations had with Hillary Clinton. Eric holder. Hillary is thrown about Eric holder's. Oh my gosh. The Weiner of twenty twenty. Yeah. We definitely don't. I definitely don't wanna see those signs in the neighborhood. No, no, not at all. Yeah. I think there will be those conversations that are held that. Because you're right. He's got a little out of control. There was so many Republicans in two thousand eighteen that wanted to grab the spotlight and grab it and some were legit candidates. And they were others that you knew we're not. And you know, I mean, look I mean, hey, it's your it's your right? You're of age, and you got the. The ability to do it. I mean, if you want to run for president you go for it. But party politics do come into playing a factor. And I do think that there will be some emphasis on trying to get behind. It's it's like what I think Jim Strickland's going to deal with here in Memphis when he runs for reelection. And that is a consensus candidate instead of splintering the vote several different ways, and and he getting reelected because Strickland, no matter what you think of him has made some political enemies in his time in there. You know, he tries to appease one side. And and they're not happy tries to appease the other. And they're not happy, and I'm not saying that as as a positive or negative about Jim Strickland because local politics different the national politics. But I just think that's an example of what I think you're going to see when he runs for reelection because they started working against him today. He was inaugurated in his reelection.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Late if you've got to be there by eight o'clock by the way I don't know if you guys know this we do have breaking. News out, of Israel this morning as Israeli fighter jets have shot down a Syrian. Fighter jet that infiltrated Isreaeli airspace I. Mean they shot this thing down out of the sky is pretty impressive stuff this frankly is what war. Looks like and Israel has been in a pretty much a continuous state of war for a very long. Time now but this has this Syrian jet is said to have infiltrated two kilometers into the airspace in? Israel dammit why didn't we pick up the metric system back in the nineteen seventies when they tried to do that I. Tell you adore Shammar I'm gonna vote for the next presidential candidate who promises to switch us, to the metric system, that is a platform That is going to be my I? I don't care what else do you stand for but if you're going to switch us over to the metric system I will vote for you Well there you go candidates out there that's what you need to do to get Joe Kelly's vote that's right, now I I'm looking over some of your notes here this morning Dory and and pull back the curtain a little bit Dory. Census notes every morning of of she and Jamie Dupree both of of. Stuff that's going on in DC and what really you kinda through. This in at the end of your note but at the. End of your nose is what really grabbed my? Attention. So probably no one's ever heard of the name Robert Wilkie before I'm sure our listeners haven't the slightest idea who he is so would. You kindly explain who he is now yes Robert wealthy until yesterday, was the under secretary over at the Pentagon and the. Nominee to be the late new secretary of the veterans affairs he. Was confirmed, last night by vote. Of. Eighty six to nine which sounds like a, pretty pretty good. Vote for him a lot of? Senators voting in the affirmative eighty six to nine I mean that's, an overwhelming support yes how There's always. A. Catch Yeah there is a. CNN digging this up this is the first time since the VA secretary became a cabinet secretary that any. Senators voted against him so this is, pretty pretty sending them but nine on this, vote voted against, Wilkie but another bite This really isn't as much a reflection of Wilkie as it. Is the larger context of what's going. On over at the VA some of these senators are very concerned because. President Trump and other members of the administration have talked about privatizing VA and that's what some say pushed out President Trump's first VA secretary so there's. A lot of concern concerns excuse me about what the future of care looks like at the VA and some of those senators feel that. They did not get strong enough answers that willkie would stay independent in push. Back against any. Efforts to privatize now, I'm reading. Through, this list of these these nine senators. That voted against this cabinet secretary and they appear to be there all Democrats and these names are going. To sound relief to a lot of, our listeners there's Bernie Sanders Kristen gillibrand Kamala, Harris Dianne Feinstein Ron Wyden Jeff Merkley okay. People may not know who Jeff Merkley as Cory Booker Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey about half of those names will likely be on the presidential ballots in the upcoming presidential election don't. You think Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris these. Lease being floated in democratic circles about you know who may be on. The ballot in twenty twenty we'd what I've been asking so far this morning is what specific issues because I'm interested in you know the fact that. Both senators from some of these states voted against Wilkie and I'm wondering if there are some specific state level issues that the VA's having. That they felt were not being addressed but either way he is now the. New secretary or. At least be sworn, in today But yes the, confirmation vote is confirmed in the Senate, and now it moves onto the ceremonial task, of getting, him in there but this major cabinet secretary position..
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on WTVN
"Michael i i'm interested because we've talked about the sort of tough approach of of trump and the administration and how that's been effective maybe in in communicating to them and i've seen it from our perspective that's what's happened yeah so i mean we have to keep in mind last november or december remember those days we were so much younger than president trump to death so you know they are now and they were going to nuke guam these people have no problem just saying outrageous things and and and the fact that president trump responded in kind has clearly forced a change in their behavior i see a lot of twitter people are so desperate to attack the president it's like look under obama nothing really changed in north korea and i just want to make one more point i was very very saddened that after these three hostages were released which is a great day for all americans i mean he was just a wonderful thing hillary clinton joe biden bernie sanders elizabeth warren kamala harris none of the mentioned it in their twitter i checked that afternoon and i couldn't even wrap my head around it they could very easily take a dig at the trump or just say hey you know what coopted meet with the with the hostages and make your thing so the fact that this is being made into a partisan issue is really disturbing to me even if nothing comes to these talks the three hostages are big deal so one of the best one of the best explanations on what's really happening that i have heard it was from bill o'reilly and and i said because i was a believer in and i still kinda them that it is donald trump speaking the language that a dictator understands dictator understands strength and being shoved back against the wall and that's the guy with a twitchy i and they've never seen an american president do that and they didn't know how to handle it and they thought okay all right maybe this guy is different we got a handle him differently but bill said that he felt that the tweets and the positioning had very little.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on WRVA
"Michael i am interested because we've talked about the sort of tough approach of of trump and the administration and how effective maybe in communicating to them and i've seen that from our perspective that's what's happened right like we've talked tough we've held them to account and they've actually come to the table from their perspective could you argue hey we we because they were doing these tests when we were talking tough now we're reaching out and they've accepted us in our allowing the president from this world you know supposed world leader come to our territory and beg us to make peace yeah so i mean we have to keep in mind last november or december remember those days we were so much younger then president trump to death so you know they are and they were going to guam these people have no problem just saying outrageous things and and and the fact that president trump responded in kind has clearly forced each change in their behavior i see a lot of twitter people are so desperate to attack the president it's like look you know under obama nothing really changed in north korea and i just want to make one more point i was very very saddened that after these three hostages were released which is a great day for all americans i mean he was just a wonderful thing hillary clinton joe biden bernie sanders elizabeth warren kamala harris none of the mentioned it in their twitter check that afternoon and i couldn't even wrap my head around it could very easily take a dig at the trump or just say hey you know what coopted meet with me with the hostages and make your thing so the fact that this is being made into a partisan issue is really disturbing to me even if nothing comes to these talks three hostages are big deal so one of the best one of the best explanations on what's really happening that i have heard it was from bill o'reilly and and i said because i was a believer in and i we interrupt our broadcast for a test of the emergency alert system in the following localities louisa county spots albania county orange county hanover county and caroline county all eas station serving these localities are requested.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That that is not a good idea abuse those are not the people who will dictate the future direction of the party and that is why it is a young this is not just some kind of rhetorical thing isn't a great that we're getting small donations when you get small donations you don't have to worry about compromising eliciting two very wealthy people whose agenda is not the adjudged of ordinary americans will are already having an influence on 2020 even if most people don't realize hit senator sanders you introduce single payer healthcare that wasn't new because you've done a pretty much every year since i've been following you in congress even in the house what was known gene we're the senators that clamoured to get behind your bill and if you notice who they are they were pretty much anyone in the senate who wants to have a chance or so it seems of being a viable candidate and 2020 i'm talking about senator elizabeth warren kamala harris lanya uneven kerstin jill a brand of new york all of the lawyers who have names the get thrown into the mix for 2020 singapore has become a bit of a litmus test thanks to you bernie sanders democrats want to be behind it uh but it cannot play in a general election and it it may go away when whoever wins that primary 'hasta has to play against president trump or some other republican we'll toyota alternative slightly different i think the reason members of the house and so are gonna be haunts single player is because the american people off the match us moving forward what the american people are saying if every all the country on earth and guarantee healthcare to all people right so can we in america polls showing armed americans think that that approach makes sense well it's it's becoming increasingly clear senator that that argument that message may play better in a democratic prime alan before and i guess this is part of the question for the future of the democratic party because dem's may on this issue when they're among themselves thanks largely to general election that may have to be abandoned for something that.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"To politicians it right before elections they were able to actually and without sunny kallas or insensitive they were able to use that i thought protests just a little too must show bind with all due respect to nissan so i think the reality here is that uh what i think he might meet blaming we're getting at is it where eighty the answer to donald trump democratic side everyone you talked to said look the fact lots more republicans are signing up to run their lots of new faces lots of interesting people but it donald trump is the face of the republican party up for better or for worse what's the equivalent on the democratic side bernie sanders and democrat elizabeth warren kamala harris what tom perez that's part of the problem or what rights are judged i think joe biden is saying i could have been that faced at least i could have been dug guy who people say baghdad marked sensible right now it's very hard to pin now who that guy or woman is i suppose of service and doing what you've done and then was you know what i mean so lose a kid to me i don't know that that's his that would wife earlier i met then didn't stop him for being senator yeah but it was just the timing i think we need was close on and i think you would probably close to a decision we do know that he will really struggled with it any dcb brocco bogged i think there could have been an argument for him running up to that point it's really easy to say now and i don't i mean i don't mean to discredit joe biden but donald trump was a force remains vague course each easy eight different things could have been none of that hillary clinton was a a bad candidate but i i i i'm still jogged still out on whether donald trump won this election or hillary clinton uh dean i just don't know yet i don't want to sound jealous john but i could.
"warren kamala harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That we've been talking about indiana's the state that went for bernie sanders instead of hillary clinton that when we talk about healthcare you have joe donnelly still screaming about the idea that somehow obamacare can be fixed but the truth is he seems to have thrown in with bernie sanders elizabeth warren kamala harris cures enjoy brand and the hardest left of the party which is basically the entire party he's thrown in with that he's soon be a guy who goes medicare for all he's going to buy into the burning plan that's my guess that's my guess what is going to make him different of where he thinks he's going to better attract the voters that that he needs because a lot of people seem as units good guy hi i don't think there's a real bad rap on on joe donnelly i think they see him as you know middle of the road guy moderate guy but he he's not every time you talked about being able to fix obamacare you prove that you're not middle the road if he votes against this tax plan which is to say votes against tax cuts for low income people that's not necessarily the moderate position but he might feel now emboldened to do those things even more so because of what took place last night in virginia and new jersey main the state of maine they voted via a referendum to increase medicaid expansion holy cow the only reason obama care has worked to this point has been medicaid expansion because as obamacare it's a total mess it's a hot mess it's a dumpster fire address cliche here so i think joe donnelly is looking at these results and so our messer row keita and braun because now they have.