22 Burst results for "Wehner"

"wehner" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"wehner" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Russell buyer worked there for more than twenty years. Warez was a father of three a grandfather of eight Clayton parks, had a wife and son. Josh pinker was the manager. Trevor Wehner was on his first day as an intern. The gunman was killed after also wounding five police officers Asia. Reports some disgruntled person walked in and had access to a firearm that he shouldn't have had access to Aurora police chief Kristen Zemun says Gary Martin should not have had the gun. He used to kill five of his colleagues after he got fired Friday plant manager. Josh pinker, texted his wife. I love you. I've been shot at work in a Facebook post terror pinker said it took me several times reading it for it to hit me that it was real. Another victim was Diana Juarez's, father, the center a forklift operator. Go home. Never police say Martin legally purchased a handgun in two thousand fourteen after passing a background check for a firearms ID card the screening should have turned up a Mississippi felony. But didn't even though his information was entered into the state and national databases the conviction did surface when he applied for a concealed carry permit, which requires fingerprints wants this felony conviction was discovered the offender's concealed carry permit was rejected and his card was revoked by the Illinois state police is he's supposed to volunteer the weapon or he doesn't show up with weapons should someone from state police go to his house letter states that he needs to voluntarily relinquish the weapon. Illinois state police are not required by law to see such firearms. If they're not returned. This is a bizarre honor system is what this is. And it does not work in has never worked. That's why Cook County sheriff Tom dart from neighbouring Chicago monster task force on the county level to pursue those guns. How many cases do you think? There are no annoy of people who have had those cards provoked, but still have their guns. So God hundreds hundreds dart says changes needed statewide to avoid another Aurora..

Josh pinker Gary Martin Aurora Trevor Wehner Illinois Tom dart Cook County Russell Facebook Kristen Zemun plant manager intern Diana Juarez Chicago Mississippi twenty years
Community honors victims in Illinois shooting

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Community honors victims in Illinois shooting

"Jeez. Highpoint church in Aurora Illinois holes vigil for the victims of Friday's mass shooting in a manufacturing plant victims have been identified as human resources manager Clayton parks HR intern in northern Illinois university student Trevor Wehner, mold operator, Russell bear stock room, attendant and forklift operator. Vincent warez and plant manager.

Plant Manager Trevor Wehner Northern Illinois University Human Resources Manager Illinois Russell Bear Intern Vincent
"wehner" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"That there seems to be I don't think it's just a coincidence random. I think we the atmosphere turn into more favorable for for the snowstorms. And I would argue is because we're getting more of these pull the vortex disruptions than we used to or you know, the these disturbances, and as I explained earlier when you get these polar vortex disruptions, you do get this increased risk of this snow saw especially in the northeastern U S. So even if it's a warm Wehner doesn't mean, you know, you can't get, you know, kind of this blockbuster snowstorm, and that's what I wanted to hear because I was worried that you know, with your warm forecast and the. Reduction snow cover, maybe we won't have that many disruptions of the stratospheric polar vortex and therefore less winter storms. But there still could be some is what you're telling me. There's a chance you're telling me there's a chance. I mean, it's not a perfect predictor. I don't you know about those though. Yes, I think I think is a really kind of a game climate disruptor fact that we've had such loss of c-i-s. So I think it's really changed. How the whole atmosphere works in a way kind of the coupling that happens between the vortex Jetstream, you know, and the surface where the sea ice again, I talked about you know, to get this disruption of the polar vortex. I describe this kind of wave and the atmosphere. I was talking about the snow cover creates this trou- cold pool of air or trough, but the the the lack of ice in the Arctic. Yeah. The lack of the, you know, the melting exposes all this ocean water used to be covered by ice. So as like a beat big release of heat from the ocean into the atmosphere. So again, it's all about east as you wanna four or into Lucians, you won't have a trough but over northwestern Eurasia wanna have a ridge. And if you so one of the region where the has been disappearing fast as one of the is north Scandinavia, their parents CARA sees is called follow barred and Scandinavian that area of the globe. So that heating right orig- fours is to to warm air heating the atmosphere. So even if the snow covered doesn't force the trough in East Asia..

East Asia Wehner Scandinavia Arctic Lucians
Michigan man hospitalized for rare cobra bite; officials scramble to find antivenom

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

06:38 min | 2 years ago

Michigan man hospitalized for rare cobra bite; officials scramble to find antivenom

"J mart, zone, Jeff Schwartz's at, GAO, f f, Schwartz And, hashtag, animal thunderdome time, let's, do it Ladies and. Gentlemen boys and This piece pizza, chicken times Animal thunder All. Right boys what's your guy? For me Danny Michigan man hospitalized for a rare Cobra bite And. Officials have been scrambling to? Find it anti-venom any coincidence that Claes in Michigan I was about to say is that Michigan man's last name Travis and did he have a sort of failing, pants business medical officials rushed to find an anti venom for a pin conning township Michigan man who was bitten by his pet albino Cobra The family pet that turned on, him the twenty six year old man whose, name has not been released maybe Klay lied about his age he was bitten by this family. Serpent and just twenty minutes later he became nauseous and began began to vomit a symptom of. The Cobra's venom the albino Cobra which is native to China. Cambodia and India among other, places has one of the fast? Acting. Snake venoms in the world the man was rushed to a hospital in bay city later airlifted to the Detroit medical center after, the venom paralyses respiratory muscles causing him to stop breathing So there they were puzzled medical center officials reached out to the Toledo zoo at Ohio to try to get an anti venom then they went to. Three other cities to get anti. Venoms nothing worked but I have an update here Miami Dade County, came to the rescue they had they sent twenty miles of a unique anti-venom, medicine to the, Detroit medical center via a, commercial flight the vials were administered to the victim through an IV the same day they arrived. The man now remains of the Detroit hospital but officials say that thanks to Miami Dade County he's on his way to recovering from the rare venomous bite So this guy you said this Cobra was, his pet yes that's on him a hundred percent. You can't have a Cobra as a pet that's on you They said he got twenty eight total vials I doubt I doubt. Detroit is keeping keeping on hand Cobra anti-venom Yeah you probably should not have in Al Bino Cobra. As. A family pet shouldn't have a snake as a family pet correct Yeah shouldn't be allowed clay has taken a hard stance against snakes during the. Animal We all. Have, everybody on this. Show I think has just not a big fan of snow Co-host snakes either about three weeks ago. Was leaving my chiropractors office I felt this thing. Slither by me and you could have. Sworn it was going to be like a, giant crocodile I jumped. So high in. The air he was like a foot long gardener snake. Green little baby snakes I did not, I was, not having you get away from me buddy Dumont. Playing this game I don't snakes here's our conversation no there are. A couple of women in this life this earth. That are there ten snakes hot but. Not many that we're doing we're doing that, again that's a great. Topic which which. Which which ladies in this world are ten snakes hot None Just a couple of Danny come on quickly. Boys this is a dog. Story we don't get many of these on animal thunderdome Wehner. Dogs You know a Missouri. Sheriff's deputy was rushed to a hospital and underwent surgery last Tuesday after he. Was attacked by a dog while serving a sim civil summons no, one answered the door at. The residents of the Jefferson County. Sheriff's department deputy notice there was, a side door that was partly opened FOX two of Saint. Louis, reported. So the deputy approaches the door the dog emerges. From the rare the house. In attack the deputy died latching onto his face oh jeez Now we know deputies their jobs are hard enough as. It is this dog bit into the deputies left. Arm as, well he was able to reach his weapon shot the dog once. In that enabled him to free himself the department posted an image to Facebook showing. The deputies blood-soaked uniform and bulletproof vests the homeowner told police that the the. Dog was a pit bull according to the St Louis post dispatch, the animal is expected to. Survive from the gunshot but animal. Control officials will decide what happens, now to the dog I think we all know what's going. To, happen Bye bye Dog is. Definitely. Done The crazy part about the strap, not seen this story but, I guarantee on Twitter people are pushing the officer for using his web, dog that attacked him even though I'm sorry if a. Dog, latching onto your no I'm we agree that he. Did the right thing We There, people there are people on this, earth the value the life of a pet over life of. Human, absolutely. Right no question about. That I think we got a. Minute here's another snake story quickly residents in Pennsylvania town in east, Greenville being warned to keep an eye out for a run. Away boa constrictor that has been missing for, weeks seven foot snake named Vinny sounds like a guy you call an eight hundred number to get gambling tips from reported missing in the. Town although investigators said they quote considered the matter closed after determining, that the reptile hasn't been seen in about four weeks on, quote They closed the matter Slither around these slow around take down. A dog pretty soon the final he's all he. Did was lie low. For the investigation, down the owner says there's a chance ten year old snake is hiding, somewhere in his house but locals are still being urged way how can keep an eye. Out for the snake how big is the house where you can't find a seven foot? Snake in your house That's a really good point Clayton In the house and I could find a. Seven foot snake in my house how about? A seven foot snake. Named Vinny that's a boa. Constrictor For your free. MAC football season coming up I, feel like there's a joke that..

Danny Michigan Miami Dade County Al Bino Cobra Vinny Michigan Jeff Schwartz Detroit Medical Center Detroit Detroit Hospital China Claes GAO Cambodia Toledo Zoo Klay Facebook Missouri Travis Twitter
How years of privacy controversies finally caught up with Facebook

Here & Now

03:59 min | 2 years ago

How years of privacy controversies finally caught up with Facebook

"From NPR and WBZ. I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here and now shares in Facebook, took a nosedive this morning dropping nineteen percent because of an earnings report after the market closed yesterday that is troubling many investors. Here's the headline the number of daily users of Facebook in the US and Canada is no longer growing. Facebook is also now losing daily users in Europe. Callum borders is senior innovation reporter at you. Are he joins us in the studio high-cal glad to be with you. And we should say that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg described this as a solid quarter revenue is still up by more than forty percent compared to this time last year. But what is happening is this all about the privacy issues and people dropping out of Facebook as a result? It's part of it. You mentioned the number of users leveling off or even dipping in in some areas. But I think part of what we're seeing actually may be the reverse, which is that investors could be worried that Facebook is so focused on a dressing user's privacy, concerns that the business is going to suffer as a result. I'm reminded of what sucker Berg said during his Senate testimony back in April, he said, I've directed our teams to invest so much insecurity that it will significantly impact our profitability going forward. And then on the on the earnings call yesterday, he said, we're beginning to see just that this quarter will and tell us about the earnings call because Berg was pretty positive in that call, but then the chief financial officer, Dave Wehner got on. What did he do that caused some alarm? So Wehner said, our total revenue growth will continue to decelerate in the second half of two thousand eighteen. It's that continue were that I think really has investors alarmed. In other words, he was signaling. This wasn't just a bad quarter and it's behind us now and we can move on. He was saying, things are going to maybe get worse before they get better and they lost a huge amount of money, a huge amount of market capitalization in the drop. Just today. Facebook, of course, is grappling with the number of controversies how the platform was used for fake news in the two thousand sixteen election, how the firm Cambridge Analytica obtained data from. Users, and then now the company's policy not to remove offensive content. I wanna listen to Mark Zuckerberg here speaking last week with Recode defending that policy with an example Renzo I'm Jewish and there's a set of people who deny that the holocaust, right. I find that deeply offensive, but the end of the day, I don't believe that our platform should take that down because I think that there are things that different people get wrong either. I don't think that they're intentionally getting a wrong that he has since clarified that statement, but does the company need to do more now to stop the bleeding? I think we'll probably get our answer between now and November. Six, which of course is the date of the midterm election. I think that if in that period we're seeing a lot of headlines about how Facebook continues to be a platform where Russia and other bad actors can spread disinformation. That's going to continue to damage Facebook's reputation. If on the other hand, they get credit. For seeming to clean up the platform and get rid of all that fake news. Then perhaps they can begin to restore confidence of their users and investors. We should say, just for context that Facebook's profits are still up by more than thirty percent compared to last year. And today's drops have brought the value of the stock price basically where it was in, may they've lost all the gains that they've made in the last couple of months. Yeah, this may just be sort of what they would call a market correction, right? It may be that misters were just too optimistic about the future of the company. I think the broader context too is that maybe people are losing a little bit of faith in these iconic tech CEO's throw Elon Musk in there with his Twitter antics lately that stub yours. Calum butcher is thank you. Glad to be with you. Ocalan Jeremy. A longtime tech reporter while Mossberg called zuckerberg's holocaust remarked cowardly. One holocaust scholar tweeted, this is breathtakingly irresponsible and many users do on Facebook to do more to restrict and remove misinformation hate posts, which makes Antonio Garcia, Martinez..

Facebook Dave Wehner Mark Zuckerberg Jeremy Hobson CEO Robin Young NPR Calum Butcher Callum Borders Berg Elon Musk Europe United States Tech Reporter Reporter Holocaust Senate Canada Twitter Renzo
"wehner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Investigator Earl Wehner the real objective is going to be to find out what kind of information they had on board when they made the decision to go out though this was a squirrel that came up rather suddenly and the Missouri state, highway patrol says none. Of the thirty one people on board were. Wearing lifejackets sources tell us an off duty police officer from Hempstead was shot Saturday morning in. The Bronx WCBS Steve burns has more. From university heights the driver's door of this white dodge SUV is wide open in the middle of Sedgwick avenue here an off duty officer from Hempstead God out after getting rear ended according to the NYPD trying to talk to the two men in the. Car behind him but all of a sudden another car rise at the scene with two more men Inside all four, according to the police start trying to rob the officer he pulled out his gun. And shot two of the. Four suspects in addition to giving himself a grace wound on the leg in the chaos police say the two suspects who were uninjured drove their wounded friends to the hospital but disappeared from there the two in the hospital ages nineteen and, twenty four are said. To have life threatening injuries while the police. Are still on the lookout for the two suspects you've got away here at the scene police. Have blocked off Sedgwick avenue across from. Bronx community college blue paramedic gloves they're still all over the street the officer was driving a car with h. license plates that means it's owner had received a purple heart in university heights Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty it's two thirty six listen WCBS. NewsRadio eight eighty anytime anywhere get the radio dot com app and favorite us today These Friday pseudo. Mission impossible fallout. He's..

officer Steve burns Earl Wehner NewsRadio Bronx community college Hempstead Missouri Investigator NYPD
"wehner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on KTOK

"Uh-huh. Putting the puzzle. Together I'm Roger, stern Fox, News the National Transportation. Safety four board is assembling clues and last, Thursday sinking of a duck boat near, Branson, Missouri which killed seventeen people the NTSB's Earl Wehner we've retrieved review. The Video from the other Fifty four that was also At the same time survivor Tia Kalman describes the horror of going into the water and struggling to surface harder to get, up to, the top. House getting cool I can't fight and I can't fight and. It has say Lord if I can't make it there's no use in keeping me here this lake out and I, started floating And as I started flouting felt. The water temperature change Got warmer and warmer but she was. Unable to save her three children director. Of national intelligence Dan Coats is doing damage control today this is how. He reacted early this week at the Aspen security conference when he learned that President Trump, had invited Russian President Vladimir. Putin to come to Washington that's going to be special Today. Coach said my admittedly awkward response was in no way. Meant to be disrespectful President Trump took to Twitter today the question the gallery of his then attorney Michael Collins recording of. One of their conversations FOX's Laura Ingalls says the recording maybe legal if it was done. In New York state. We're Cohen houses office and apartment this would fall under. New York's, one party consent lot the two we're, talking about a possible payment to a woman who said she had had. An affair with the future president there's. A police standoff with the man barricaded in a trader Joe's supermarket in. LA bystanders say they heard gunshots the LAPD is tweeting that there was an active incident, Fox News fair and balanced.

President Trump stern Fox Dan Coats president President Vladimir Tia Kalman New York Earl Wehner NTSB National Transportation Branson Fox News LAPD Putin Roger Laura Ingalls Missouri Twitter Joe director
A  mega-heat wave is gaining strength over Texas and the south-central United States

Wall Street Watch Dog

01:37 min | 2 years ago

A mega-heat wave is gaining strength over Texas and the south-central United States

"Editor says, it's all part of items seized by the f. b. i. from Michael Cohen, the recording was one of several seized by the FBI during a rate of Cohen's hotel room apartment and office back in April. There are other tapes of Michael Cohen and other powerful individuals that the FBI seized beyond the president that could be embarrassing for the people on the tape and for Cohen according to a source familiar with those tapes. The coast guard and National Transportation Safety board are both investigating would lead to the fatal accident involving a duck boat on a misery lake that killed at least seventeen people. NTSB spokesman. Earl Wehner says they will inspect every aspect of Thursday's deadly incident. Investigation is comprehensive. We'll look at the vessel. We'll look at the operation of the vessel will look at the people involved. We'll look at the environment, a dangerous heat wave continues to scorch parts of the south central United States. Medical experts are asking people to be aware of the warning signs of heat exhaustion. Which Dr Gill Salazar said. Says can come quick just feeling Malays some headache nausea in bombing those are symptoms not to ignore temperatures in parts of North Texas and Oklahoma could reach his highest. One hundred. And nine over, the weekend and everyone has different ways of handling. The heat I'm. Originally from Michigan item like. Heat I'm my body doesn't like keep Clayton Neville Dallas a cardiologists who treated. Former president George H W, Bush was killed yesterday in a bicycle to bicycle drive by shooting in Houston. Investigators aren't sure of Dr Mark how's neck was targeted or if it was a. Random attack.

Michael Cohen FBI President Trump Dr Gill Salazar Earl Wehner Ntsb Clayton Neville Dallas Dr Mark United States Editor National Transportation Safety George H W Michigan Houston North Texas Oklahoma Bush
Branson Missouri, NTSB and Missouri discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Branson Missouri, NTSB and Missouri discussed on Red Eye Radio

"The NTSB is trying to figure out, what led up to Thursday nights tour boat accident on Missouri's. Table rock lake vigils were held in Branson Missouri to remember the seventeen people. Killed at a press, conference Friday evening NTSB member Earl Wehner said it's still very early, in the investigation we're working. To interview the survivors and the witnesses Together physical evidence particularly perishable evidence, the issue of life jackets will. Be a primary focus of the investigation Emily row. ABC news Branson Missouri at least once suspected, tornado hitting southern Indiana Friday afternoon. Leaving homes trailers and structures damaged in Harrison, county. Richard Bowman of new Middletown Indiana says he's grateful that his family safe unhurt after their home over which is on damaged. But not destroyed, the shed goal? And that's where I. Was headed for the basement no.

Branson Missouri Ntsb Missouri Richard Bowman Earl Wehner Emily Row Middletown Indiana Indiana ABC Harrison
"wehner" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on WLOB

"Problem of illegals and sanctuary cities and all that and listen listen to this sheriff in california expressed her frustration over specifically ms thirteen gang members and what to do with them when they enter california this is so important listen thank you ms thirteen gang member i know about if they certain threshold i cannot tell us about them we have people coming into the country trying to come in we're stopping a lot of them but we're taking people out of the country you wouldn't believe how bad these people these are people he's your animals and we'd take him out of the country at a level at a rate that's never happened before now there you go here it and a lot of news in fact pete wehner who's a friend of mine but he's a nevertrumper who does not like this president and that's not he wouldn't correct me when i i'm not talking behind his back he does he despises this president believe me and peach thing is and it's an interesting and it's a worthy conversation i get it evangelical christianity and the relationship with president trump not somebody who would you would hold up as a poster boy one would say for evangelical christians and that's his big thing he writes about it he talks about it in fact he was trying to talk about it a lot with stephanie rule but listen to what she said to him about what you just heard the sheriff from california talking about the ms thirteen gang members now after this has been revealed stephanie rule of msnbc's still said this donald trump's whole and always said dehumanize people and the christian evangelical church needs to stand against that then in terms of exactly that i wanna share what trump said yesterday when he was talking about sanctuary cities in california we have people coming into when he was talking about sanctuary cities in california then she plays the clip of him shane their animals without the context of ms thirteen show gang so pete the never trumper had to correct stephanie dehumanize people well and the christian evangelical church needs to stand against that then in terms of exactly that i wanna share what trump said yesterday when he was talking about sanctuary cities in california we have people coming into the country trying to come in we're stopping a lot of them but we're taking people out of.

california pete wehner president msnbc donald trump christian evangelical church stephanie shane
"wehner" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on WLOB

"And i drives me crazy the way the left what keeps trying to tout her as a leader of this major conservative group and yet when you read the pieces about how she's a leader of a major major group of conservative intellectuals they never list a single one of the group that she's leading but at the same time it's a fair there are lots of guys on our side who used to be very much for free trade who used to be very much for you know figuring out a way to reach amnesty and for dhaka and for all of these kinds of things who all of a sudden because donald trump was president bent their their positions your ryan this is going on all over the place people keep asking me why i've changed and the answer is i think one of the few guys who haven't changed at least not on my political positions i have a great ongoing dialogue with pete wehner and pete is a very spiritual guys a smart guy worked for bush reagan and honestly it's not a i'm not overstating it to say that pete loathes president and and pete and i have gone back and forth and back and forth and peach big concern and i want abound off of you is the future of conservatism and what this what this presidency and what the trump era means for conservatism because like it or not today's conservative is largely defined by the president of the united states in the high profile coverage gets in the way he saturates the media morning noon and night this is it this is today's republican party this is today's conservative what is what's the jona goldberg take on the future of conservatism with perhaps eight years of donald j trump.

dhaka president ryan pete wehner bush reagan united states republican party jona goldberg donald j trump eight years
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Become less relevant i think that's a fair point i think for a lot of people and you know if you talked to trump supporters one has to one of the things i do believe that we have to do is is learn to listen well to people who have differences in my case that means listening to trump supporters and to try and here where they're coming from and try and honor people's own experiences and not to not to dehumanize them in in the process very easy to to do so i do believe that for reasons that are complicated some that are that are malicious some that certainly are not for a lot of trump supporters there is a sense that things are going awfully fast and and the country that they knew is changing and and for a lot of them culturally some of it is is ethnic ethnicity and d'amoto of some of it is economics it's it's a complicated mix and i think the net effect of that is an effort to try and you know bill buckley said years ago national review stand toward history and say stop but you can't stop history and there's certain movements that you can't you can't stop but again i think what you have to do i think what conservatives traditionally have done when conservatism is best is to recognize these these changes and to channel them in in constructive inhumane ways and become the party in the agents of reform and so it's it's not simply saying stop to history but trying to recognize what's going on to prudentially see what the dangers are to try and set up guardrails and and to act in ways that the two makes us better than than we were and and that that unifies the country and right now we're we're not there yes it's hard to sail away from here to there but.

bill buckley prudentially
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Searched for the re remedy not the replica of what they have even if when you have a popular president so i think that that's true but as you point out the these extraordinary time so we'll see if these historical models hold i think the promise of democracy is that it's a self correcting mechanism and i think it will be but but there are lots of questions to unfold including what the nature of the republican party will be moving forward i i agree with that and i do think that in the short term things are going to get worse rather than better i think we're gonna have to buck our seatbelts because donald trump is there in the end i feel like donald trump has to be repudiated and trump is um has to be repudiated for the country and the republican party to to recover but i'm also believe that whatever happens when donald trump leads leaves the scene at whatever point that he does that a lot of these currents and movements and dispositions and sentiments that exists on the america in right aren't gonna disappear the question is in part is there a figure or figures who can rise up and channel the discontent and the grievances in a way that's constructive and humane and productive right now that's not happening and you've got these these these feelings deep grievances that a lot of people on the american right feel and with that in place you've got a president who is let's let's say that you know that's that's the kindling and then he takes the blow torch i think just on the way out the door also something that will be provocative and will undoubtedly in gender som response but i think that one of the things that is inflaming the base is a sense that history is moving in a way that they're uncomfortable with history is going to continue to move and so i don't know that the base is going to become more quiescent but it may.

president republican party donald trump america
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Apparently is it's not an accident donald trump won the republican nomination you won the presidency too and and that's it's own series of of of of issues it went into when into that but but he is popular among the people on the right and this is not under party anymore the republican party the curious primarily about economics it's now part of the kerris primarily about ethnicity and cultural identity and and that's where things i think really getting ugly and just just to close out the discussion has the story end i don't know how the story and and i don't think any of us do because history is is is unfolding i think it's important at this time where there's a lot to be concerned about to remember that history and politics isn't linear and things can go and cycles and sometimes viruses create their own antibodies and it wouldn't surprise me that that the trump political virus creates its own antibodies over time and that people having seen what trump is doing to our political and civic culture and just the sheer exhaustion of his presidency will overtime look for something different i mean you are know enough about about about history and politics you're well versed in to know that often cert political figures give rise to other figures and give an and and he is an example of it and and frankly you know i felt that obama was well positioned to take advantage of the times in which he ran i do think peop.

donald trump republican party obama
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Faultlines in american history in american society and he seems to take great delight in in in renting the country and pulling it apart no wonder president i can think of his done this other presidents have certainly been perfect in terms of trying to unify the country and it's not an easy task to do both president i worked for and you tried to unify the country and it became more polarized most presidency that as their response yeah and it's a mixed bag i mean they know that they're the head of the party and during elections they have to mobilize supporters nobody's perfect and and so that's that's all true but there's never been a president that i can think of certainly in my lifetime but i don't think really in american history like donald trump who has gone out of his way to intentionally divide us in divide us on grounds of race and ethnicity and he does it i think both as a political strategy and as i think something that seems to be true to him and his personality he seems to draw kind of psychic energy and satisfaction at creating chaos and and turmoil and divisions bring from the brow of the new york tabloids up in that environment in which he if you stir the pot you get the reward of attention right but the problem here is that not simply that trump is doing it but the large number of republicans in his base is reacting to it that is donald trump knows his base and he knows what they'll they'll react to and that's for me been a difficult revelation because what i've seen during the trump era what it's revealed about the republican party and and the american right is a side that i guess i knew existed but i didn't have any idea was as widespread as it apparently.

president donald trump republican party new york
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Servative and republicans are not only not stopping it they're they're they're they're they're helping it as for what happened to the republican party and how it nominated trump and how it's turned out to be what it now is a great question it's a complicated one i think several things went on one is we've seen a tremendous evaluation of ideas i think within the conservative movement in the republican party you know daniel patrick moynihan in nineteen eightyone wrote a piece in the new york times where he said the gop of a sudden it become the party of ideas and when i was really sort of child of the reagan era and the nineteen eighties what were the important books of that era charles marie losing ground richard john neuhaus the naked public square james q wilson richard her stein crime in in you major alan bloom in the closing of the american mind ideas were taken seriously antonin scalia judicial restraint whatever you think of scalia philosophy he was he was brilliant and he was taken in expressing it that now gone and i think the politics of the atra tip theatrics is has taken over for the politics of governance i think that republicans and conservatives for a lot of them there's a denigration of government and indifference to it they don't they don't much like it and they're not much much interested in it a lot of people say well this has been going on for forty years that government was depicted by president reagan as a malign force now i remember reagan making deals with democrats and i think it was a a slightly different picture than it is depicted as now but clearly he had his his was a an assault on government is in the solution to our problems it is the problem that was reagan.

republican party trump daniel patrick moynihan new york times alan bloom president reagan charles marie richard john neuhaus antonin scalia forty years
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Outrage voices within the republican party about things that are are not consistent with traditional republicanism and not consistent with kind of the moral standards that you've spoken about yell at me take those in reverse order where those voices while they're not in congress that's for the most why i think they're not because i think there's a there's a lack of courage go back to john kennedy and profiles and courage i always say it was a slim volume it was a slim volume for for a reason look donald trump tapped into into the base of the republican party as you said he's now supported by ninety percent or so of republicans and they're just not enough republicans in congress and the house and the senate who are willing to go crosswise of of him because it would create an uprising might endanger their election chances some people i think make more prudential judgments but i think in the end wrong judgements i think their argument to be fair to them would be look you know trump was eighteen out of seventeen candidates i wish he wasn't present but we got to work with him and if i fired off rounds at trump that that you do rhetorically i would have no influence with trump administration and we've got to have somebody to try and keep the ship from well and also you know i mean there is the argument that he delivered tax cuts and deregulation and the judges as you mentioned earlier and some of the traditional priorities of conservatives in congress.

republican party congress donald trump senate john kennedy ninety percent
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Porn star so we're going to give him a mulligan and so that kind of corruption that intellectual and i think a kind of moral intellectual corruption is is very problematic second thing is that i would say is that this is just complete apocrypha see i'm old enough to remember the nineteen nineties and bill clinton and the lot of these guys were the same ones who were talking about the importance of moral character and a leaders that was prema center paris that was the most important thing of all that matter to them then it doesn't matter to them now and which leads one to think that this is about a little tribalism if it's a democrat who's who's who's acted in in in morally questionable problematic ways than you go after them both barrels blazing but if it's a republican you go sotto voce or you you you defend him with third thing i'll say is that and this doesn't when the roy moore campaign exactly and throw moore's after the post story came out where these credible allegations of child molestation evangelical support for roy moore went up in alabama according to the to the to the polls which shows you just how sick this whole thing is after that same why can no longer call myself evangelical republican yeah yeah it's you know my i'm not less of a christian or less of a conservative during the trump era but but i'm very uncomfortable calling myself now a republican even though my roots or with the republican party a lot of friends republicans and i think below the level of donald trump therapy they're certainly people like ben sasse and and senator lee and others who alike and admire the donald trump is is the face the republican party and in terms of evangelical christian.

prema center paris roy moore alabama republican party ben sasse senator lee donald trump bill clinton
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Yeah that's that's an articulate put it let let me deal with this because it's it's it's a fascinating issue deserves to disagree you're quite right and there is a responsible i think christian evangelical case to make for having voted for donald trump i didn't share it and i didn't vote for donald trump but let me express it and then tell you where i think things have gone off the rails that case would go something like this donald trump and it was an imperfect person for sure morley in perfect obviously but on the issues that we care about judges courts prolife 'cause a whole series of other issues that these conservative you and jello christians believe is better for the country that for the good of the country their argument was you have to weigh these two things and so trump presidency would do more good for more people than hillary clinton presidency and so with reluctance recognizing his moral failures and his drawbacks we're gonna vote for him that's a reasonable position if you're a conservative evangelical christian again i disagree with it here's the problem with it and i think there several number one we're no longer in a binary choice the election is over hillary clinton is not present donald trump is what's happened is that a lot of these prominent evangelical christians have gone from making a prudential judgment to being the sword and shield for donald trump they are his most reliable defenders so they aren't capable at least if they are they haven't shown themselves capable of saying look we think the gorsuch nomination was a good thing but on the other hand is treatment of women and his pathological lies and his and his denigration of the poor in his attacks or something they're really troubling and problematic and hush money hundred thirty thousand dollars for a porn star while you're while you're third wife was at home with your child that really troubles us they don't seem able to do that they are like one hundred percent in defense of him to the point that tony perkins it's up the family research council when this issue came up about the the payments hush money for this.

donald trump morley hillary clinton tony perkins hundred thirty thousand dollar one hundred percent
"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And now from the university of chicago institute of politics and cnn the axe files with your host david axelrod i've often said that one thing i learned when i was in the white house was to respect the people who came before me who had been in those rooms when difficult decisions were being made and who came there whether they were republicans who are democrats with a deep commitment to our country and its future pete wehner is one of those people he served in three administrations reagan bush one bush two he also was a senior advisor to mitt romney in his campaign for president in two thousand twelve but now pete has become one of the most ardent conservative critics of president trump i sat down to talk about how his journey led to this moment pete wehner welcome great to have you here you've had an interesting journey and so i want i want you to tell me a little bit about how how you came to politics which i know you feel passionately about how you came to your evangelical beliefs and where you are right now in the air of trump terrific thanks for having me on thrilled to be here and i'm that admire of of your work ain't guess so it's it's a delight to to be here yeah in terms of my own journey both political and and in terms of my faith in where i am now i was a person who is a as young person in high school was always interested in politics i remember my we had a cabin which was about two hours outside of where i grew up which is in richland washington he side washburn texas born texas born dalla was your folks to my dad is a research scientist.

white house pete wehner reagan bush senior advisor president washington research scientist university of chicago institut cnn david axelrod mitt romney richland two hours
"wehner" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on WDRC

"Talk of jobs to yar see am wdrc fm hd 3 hartford wsng torrington wwco waterbury wmmw meriden the talk of connecticut investigators on the scene nine lee sylla sarah fox news the national transportation safety board looking into this morning's train crash in virginia the amtrak charter was carrying about two hundred members of congress to retreat in west virginia when it hit a truck on the tracks killing one of the three people inside no members of congress were seriously hurt a process of retrieving new recorders we expect to find the recorders on the lead locomotive when a truly locomotive there will be looking for them recorders on the on the truck investigator all wehner arizona senator jeff flake was on the train just reminded me of just a six or so months ago on the baseball field during the same thing with a brad cutting away the uniform so we could of playa turn and um it's i thought after that time i never want to experience a day like this again granny's referring to was representative brad when's drop who is a doctor he was on the field last june when members of congress were fired upon the top democrat on the house intelligence committee says a house vote earlier this week to release a classified memo to the public is invalid because republicans change part of document before sending it to the white house california democrat adam schiff the committee's ranking member send a letter to chairman devon nunez but did not detail the changes nashville mayor megan vary admitting she had an affair with her former head of security she says she intends to stay in her post and is asking for forgiveness i hope is that as we continue to do the good work of of the city that uh the nashville younes who hello is expected me to do what's best for our city will continue to have that expectation mary says nothing illegal happened in all policies were broken and she says she apologized to her husband who remains committed to their marriage fox news.

"wehner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"wehner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To the kennedy library colombia point an investigation by the national transportation safety board is underway to figure out what happened when two csx freight train crew members were killed last night by an amtrak passenger train as it approached a washington station ntsb oral wehner says the crewmembers were expecting the tracks when they were hit by the passing amtrak train he says officials will be looking at the communication if there was any between csx and amtrak but scenario where we're going to be taking a close look at what notification was made from csx to amtrak there was a an area were there are four tracks together to belong to csx to belong to amtrak none of the trains passengers or crew were hurt subway train derailment yesterday in new york city that left nearly three dozen people hurt is now being blamed on human error two supervisors have been suspended as a result transportation officials say the two were responsible well for not properly securing a piece of replacement rail that was stored on the tracks the matter continues to be under investigation the accident caused train passengers to fall down and forced hundreds to evacuate through the dark new york subway tunnels a new study finds last year's zico virus in florida put a dent financially in some businesses in a miami neighborhood the florida international university report says more than half the businesses in miami's win would neighborhood lost between twenty one and thirty percent of the revenue would profits with the area was declared zeke his own last summer more than ninety percent of those.

wehner csx florida kennedy library colombia washington new york miami florida international universi zeke ninety percent thirty percent