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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Doctor Health Radio Show

Doctor Health Radio Show

00:53 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Doctor Health Radio Show

"Washington. Other Trump is set to campaign for two Republican senators at a rally in Georgia tonight, but White House correspondent Greg Clarkin reports it could be a tense visit. The president will host a rally for Senators David Perdue and Kelly La Flor as they prepare for runoff elections in early January. Mr Trump backs their re election bids to secure a GOP majority in the U. S. Senate. But he's also been engaged in a public spat with two of George's top Republican elected officials, the governor and secretary of state. The president is angry. They certified Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential race, and he's accused them of enabling widespread voter fraud. Red Clugston Washington, But White House correspondent right collection will be traveling with President Trump to Georgia tonight for that event. Alabama Republican Congressman Mo Brooks said this week that he plans to challenge the electoral college vote. Here's House correspondent Bernie Bennett. Congressman Brooks.

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Trump rallies for Republican Senators Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia

Inside Retirement: Motor City Edition

00:35 sec | 6 hrs ago

Trump rallies for Republican Senators Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia

"In Georgia this evening, but White House correspondent Greg Clarkin reports it could be a tense visit. The president will host a rally for senators David Perdue and Kelly La Flor as they prepare for runoff elections in early January. Mr Trump backs their re election bids to secure a GOP majority in the U. S Senate. But he's also been engaged in a public spat with two of Georgia's top Republican elected officials, the governor and secretary of state The president is angry. They certified Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential race, and he's accused them of enabling widespread voter fraud. Greg Clugston,

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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Armstrong and Getty

Armstrong and Getty

00:44 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Armstrong and Getty

"To stop. He also had some not so kind words for other Republicans have been a little too quiet about the endless harassment, including Georgia's to current senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. Mr President. You have not condemned these actions or this language. Senators. You have not condemned this language or these actions. This is the backbone of democracy and all of you who have not said a damn word are complicit in this. This says the president is reportedly considering presidential pardons for members of his inner circle, like Giuliani for his Children and son in law and possibly for himself. ABC News, senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega says that might be a slippery slope. Presidential pardons only work for federal crimes. They don't cover state or local charges, and some legal experts are saying that preemptive parties might.

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Barr under fire after contradicting Trump's 2020 election fraud claims

KYW 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Barr under fire after contradicting Trump's 2020 election fraud claims

"Is President Trump about to say you're fired to Attorney General William Bar with this week publicly shamed his boss contradicting Mr Trump's claims of widespread election fraud. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports. Bar says that D. O J hadn't seen any evidence of fraud that would have changed the election outcome two days after a meeting with the attorney general that White House aides described his tents President says he's disappointed in Bill Bar. This is not so well, he thought it was civil. This is not simple. This is criminal stuff. This is very bad Criminal self this week, Bar told The Associated Press that federal investigators have not seen widespread evidence of election fraud. President says they haven't looked hard enough when he looks. He'll see the kind of evidence that right now you're seeing in the Georgia Senate Republican elections. Officials in Georgia have flatly denied Mr Trump's charges and say simply that he lost

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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Weekend News

Weekend News

01:04 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Weekend News

"Outside of your home, CBS News Medical contributor, Dr David Egas says it's crucial in a moment in time when we have record numbers of cases, a record numbers of death the United States. It's certainly critical that we stop the spread of this virus and what that means is Every person, whether their work or whether they're out needs to be wearing a mask. The CDC also recommends wearing masks in your own house if someone living there has tested positive for the virus or has potentially been exposed. Social distancing, avoiding non essential or crowded indoor spaces. Postponing travel and more testing and contact tracing are also recommended. President elect Joe Biden says he has an ask on his first day in office. He'll ask all Americans to wear masks for 100 days, CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Reports, the incoming president says he'll be asking Americans to wear masks for the 1st 100 days of his term. But Joe Biden's communications director, Kate Bedingfield, says the president elect will go beyond that. He's going to use the power that he has available to him to mandate mask wearing in places where he has the authority to do so, including on federal lands and an interstate commerce under President Trump. The government has not mandated mask wearing on planes or trains. And many Trump aides don't wear masks on the job. Stephen Portnoy, CBS News Indoor Use Sports are on hold in New Jersey Governor Murphy's executive order suspending practices and competitions takes effect today. The suspension runs through January. 2nd in Newark Mayor Ron's Baraka has signed a new executive order setting up curfews and limits on gatherings. It comes on the heels of a 10 Day lockdown that ended yesterday. The new rules limit gatherings to 10 people until at least January..

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Biden transition team dismisses Trump fraud claims as "desperate"

Passage To Profit

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Biden transition team dismisses Trump fraud claims as "desperate"

"Elect Biden's transition team is talking about the latest election lawsuits. A former lawyer for President Trump's campaign and supporters. Making Georgia their focus now asking state officials to overturn vote counts in the peach state over unproven claims of fraud. ABC is White House correspondent Rachel Scott says Biden's team is describing the lawsuits is a sign of desperation. At least 30 cases have been tossed out of court. Judge after judge calling their arguments meritless and speculative, the latest in Pennsylvania, the federal appeals court handing the president yet another defeat and this time the scathing opinion from a judge. The president appointed himself.

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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager

00:33 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Dennis Prager

"But we've cut no corners. White House correspondent right clocks and the House Friday pass sweeping legislation that will decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment. An Expungement Act passed on a largely party line vote of 2 28 to 1 64, Ohio Republican Jim Jeffords criticized Democrats for making issue a priority. You have Democrat leaders around the country de funding the police locking down businesses, destroying small businesses all over our nation, and this is what they choose to focus on. Six Democrats voted against the legislation and five Republicans. Voted for it. The GOP controlled Senate is not expected to take up the measure. Bernie Bennett in Washington Republicans and Democrats seem to agree that the fate of the country rights on the outcome of the Georgia Senate Runoff elections. Now we take Georgia then we change America, boasted New York Senator Charles Schumer after Election Day. One reason why Georgia's senator David Produce has look if we win Georgia we save America produced, tells the Salem radio network. He's troubled it. Comments by left his Democrat Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez Hale, see that same week, said Yeah, we have to have those two seats in Georgia. We do not want to negotiate, especially on the green New deal and $93 Trillion program, Republicans say would strip American freedoms and socialized the U. S economy. But Magna reporting U. S employers added 245,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate slipped a 6.7%, the Department of Labor said Friday. Fresh economic data shows labor market clawing its way. Out of the pandemic. This is town hall dot com. Election fraud, Radical abortion.

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Trump Takes Questions From Reporters For 1st Time Since Election Day

All Things Considered

00:19 sec | Last week

Trump Takes Questions From Reporters For 1st Time Since Election Day

"Today for the first time since he lost the presidential election to Joe Biden. Some spoke to troops around the world, one of his Thanksgiving traditions, and then he held forth, making it clear he is still not prepared to concede even as more states certify the results for Biden and Trump's court challenges keep getting thrown out. Joining us now is NPR. White House correspondent

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Fresh "White House Correspondent" from Radiosurgery New York

Radiosurgery New York

01:18 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "White House Correspondent" from Radiosurgery New York

"Ensure its maximum effectiveness. Mr Pence said The FDA could approve the first vaccines within two weeks. White House correspondent Greg Clugston fire danger remaining high amid gusty winds and dry conditions in southern California crews there have made progress against blazes that burned several homes and injured two firefighters. The region's notorious Santa Ana winds decreasing slightly, however. Red flag warnings of extreme risk still in place for the weekend because of low humidity. Also a town hall dot com zooms video conferencing service remains a fixture in this pandemic life, but its breakneck growth is showing some signs of well tapering off. Investors are debating whether the company will be able to build upon its recent success after a vaccine enabled people to intermingle again. Zoos. Quarterly results for the August to October period show both revenue and profits soared above analystsestimates expectations. However, zooms high flying stocks sank 5% and extended trading as the number of additional companies signing up for subscriptions dropped off significantly from the two previous quarters that is correspondent Jeremy House recording Trump Administration is suspending all federal student loan payments through the end of January, keeping the interest rates at 0%, extending the.

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'We Will Follow The Law': Michigan Lawmakers Defend Election After Trump Meeting

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

'We Will Follow The Law': Michigan Lawmakers Defend Election After Trump Meeting

"Michigan certified its results next week today, President Trump some in the state legislatures, Republican leaders to the White House. They put out a joint statement these two Republican leaders of the Michigan State Legislature, making it clear that they will not go along with any effort. Bypass the voters and have the Legislature choose the winner in Michigan instead in their statement, they said, quote the candidates who wins the most votes win elections in Michigan. And Michigan's electoral votes. These air simple truths that should provide confidence in our election. ABC is chief White House correspondent Jonathan

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Giuliani peddles election conspiracy theories and falsehoods.

Start Here

06:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Giuliani peddles election conspiracy theories and falsehoods.

"Georgia audit now. Complete the hand count of nearly five million votes reaffirming biden the winner. The first democratic presidential candidate to win the state in nearly thirty years. There was news today about michigan as well where the president lost by about one hundred and forty eight thousand votes. we've now learned. The president has called hit called republican officials in wayne county home to detroit and michigan an eleventh-hour attempt to invalidate votes president trump calling on state. Republicans sleep tonight on your side. History will be on your side. You're conscious side and more knows when you go to meet your maker. Your soul is going to be very very war that along with legal challenges playing out in several states and a public campaign. Alleging voter fraud without evidence here to break it down for us. Chief white house correspondent. Jonathan karl jonathan. It is hard to know where to begin with all of the legal challenges that seem to spin each day. Let's backtrack just a little bit in michigan. With the on again off again certification of votes by canvassers in wayne county and the president reaching out to state leaders. Where does all the stand well You know the the these two republican members of the canvassing board had. I said that they were not going to certify the election and they said they agreed to certify it and then we we learned that the president called them directly. You imagine that you are a local local official on a canvassing board In wayne county michigan and your phone rings and it's donald trump the president of the united states. So it's quite a bit of you know it's quite a bit of leverage with president has and he talked to them but the bottom line is they have certified. It's hard to see out. There are no kind of take back. So we accept the wayne county certification just as we accepted every one of our eighty three counties certification as it was properly made in public vote in public meeting And now moving forward and calling on the board of state canvassers to do the same now. The president is also going to be reaching out in meeting with the republican leaders of the state legislature in In michigan Bringing them to the white house for a meeting and this as his legal team is suggesting that maybe the direction they want to go is to go directly to state legislatures to essentially overrule. How their states voted And to send their own electors to the electoral college. American democracy cracked last night. But it didn't break michelle. I gotta say it's it's a it's a crazy idea. It's basically it's talk of nullifying in election. And i and i should point out that even though these republican leaders From michigan or to meet with the president They have both been on record saying that. That is not the way. It works in michigan state. Legislature doesn't simply you know. Look the other way and not do something on its own in the face of what happened On election day but yet here we are and in terms of all of this is any of its seen as any type of interference. We've got a president a sitting president as well as a candidate in an election. Making phone calls as well as meeting with people that are involved directly with the election. Well there's a lot of strange activity is ranging a lot of questions and we also had a One of i think probably the most bizarre press conference. I've ever seen tied to a president. Good afternoon and thank you. Very much for coming guiliani. And the president's legal team held a press conference at the republican national committee headquarters in washington that you know. Frankly i i. I really don't know how to describe it as the except to say it was unhinged and what emerged very quickly is because it's not a singular voter fraud in one state. This pattern repeats itself in a number. Isn't there was vast conspiracy talk. President trump won by a landslide. We are going to prove it and there was a conspiracy that included a the clinton foundation. That could have been mickey mouse. That could have been a dead person even a mention of hugo chavez who died i don't know i think about seven years ago. These people were further away than my cousin. Vinny was from witnessed. They couldn't see a thing. It would vary very strange. Strange press conference the real thing you need to know though. Is that the legal cases that have been brought by the by. The trump team are going nowhere. They have lost over and over again and they've been forced to withdraw lawsuits while there quickly running out of time on this and so with where we're at with this giuliani and his briefing in the president. Set to meet with people today from those canvassers in that area where republicans at what's the endgame. Republicans for the most part are saying that the president should be allowed to pursue his legal challenges. A as far as they may go to be proof but they're also not for the most part repeating these crazy allegations and privately. They're saying that they know the president's laws have you seen that. I haven't seen proof yet. How many lives do you think are at risk here if this transition remained stalled. Well look. We've you've heard the projections projections. Are that if nothing fundamentally changes between now and beginning february we're like to lose up to four hundred total of four hundred thousand lives and other one hundred fifty thousand lives but of course we're in the middle of the national health crisis we're in the middle of a pandemic and the world doesn't stop. Stir president-elect what do you think the president is doing. What are americans witnessing here. We choose my words think. They're witnessing an incredible irresponsibility credibly damaging messages being sent to the rest of the world about how democracy functions. And i think it is and because of the president's refusal to acknowledge What happened in the election. Well i don't know his motive. But i just think it's totally irresponsible. The team of president elect now biden is not getting the briefings. They're not coordinating with the warp speed team on the vaccine. All all the things that are going to have to be carried out by the biden administration They've been stonewalled by by the president's refusal to accept the election

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Trump Administration Blocking Biden Transition at Every Turn

WBBM Late Morning News

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump Administration Blocking Biden Transition at Every Turn

"That means no access to key information. CBS News analyst Fran Townsend was part of the Bush to Obama hand off how much effort and energy that gets put into the transition preparation. Really is a signal from the top from the president himself. And so I am concerned about the national security implications. White House correspondent Paula Read. There is this sort of red wall forming around him and his efforts to undermine the election. Republicans were refusing to acknowledge President elect Joe Biden the campaign the White House. They're keeping a list of all the people who weren't supporting the president. You're saying all these folks come out now, even when privately, advisers say Look, we know mathematically, it's unlikely that this is gonna work out Republicans now. 50 seats in the U. S Senate with winds by

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Trump campaign says new lawsuit seeks to stop certification of Michigan election results

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump campaign says new lawsuit seeks to stop certification of Michigan election results

"Biden has a substantial lead. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Steve Important, a federal lawsuit filed overnight. Michigan accuses poll workers in that state's largest county of harassing trump poll watchers and blocking their ability to observe the counting the campaign says, Since it's observers weren't able TTO meaningful, Lee Monitor the counting in Detroit, an unknown number of ballots in Wayne County should be reviewed and counted again. But Joe Biden's lead in Michigan is close to 150,000 votes nearly 15 times the margin president Trump had over Hillary Clinton, who never challenged Michigan's vote count. The Associated Press meanwhile, reporting Republicans are grasping for ways to reverse. Biden's win in Wisconsin despite

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Joe Biden to be 46th president; Trump won't concede

Silicon Valley Insider with Keith Koo

00:37 sec | Last month

Joe Biden to be 46th president; Trump won't concede

"Has clinched the White House with the victory in Pennsylvania. But his White House correspondent Great Clubs, reports, the president is still disputing those election results. The announcement of the presidential winter came more than three days after election day when Biden captured Pennsylvania and surpassed the required 270 electoral votes. He also carried Arizona, Wisconsin and Michigan flipping states that President Trump won in 2016 in a statement, Biden says it's time for America to unite and to heal, but the president is not conceding. He says his campaign will start prosecuting its case in court next week to ensure the rightful winner is seated.

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Chief of staff Mark Meadows tests positive for Covid-19

The Autolab

00:32 sec | Last month

Chief of staff Mark Meadows tests positive for Covid-19

"Member of the Trump White House has contracted covert 19 Here's White House correspondent Greg this time it's the president's chief of staff, Mark Meadows. Officials confirm that Meadows tested positive for the Corona virus as the country set to daily records for confirmed cases in the pandemic. He's the latest in a long list of White House and administration officials who have been diagnosed with the virus. Meadows traveled with Mr Trump in the run up to Election Day and last appeared in public early Wednesday morning without a mask when the president first spoke after the election,

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Trump begins Election Day with confident predictions

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:35 min | Last month

Trump begins Election Day with confident predictions

"Candidates doing on this election day We start our coverage with ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl telling us About President Trump's final push President Trump maybe down in the polls, but he's looking confident and predicting victory. Thiss does not look like a second place finish. It extends beyond the rallies in New York Trump supporters took over the Mario Cuomo Bridge in Texas. They managed to Biden campaign bus on the highway. The FBI is now investigating. What the president praised his supporters. You see the way our people they you know they were protecting his bust yesterday because in the final hours of the campaign, the president is barely mentioning the pandemic. And he's lashing out at Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on Corona virus, Pfoutch, he told The Washington Post. Joe Biden's campaign quote is taking it seriously from a public health perspective. Trump. Vouch, he said, is looking at it from a different perspective, the economy and reopening the country in Florida on Sunday, the president responded to chance of fire. Fauci By suggesting that's exactly what he'll try to do after the election. Don't tell anybody, but let me wait till a little bit after the election In a year where early and mail in voting have shattered records, the Trump campaign is counting on a big election day turnout operation. Building on those crowds at his rallies tomorrow. You have

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Trump, Biden Hit Trail on Final Day of Campaigning

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:18 min | Last month

Trump, Biden Hit Trail on Final Day of Campaigning

"Tomorrow's Election Day, and the candidates are in the final push President Trump in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Right now, we are going to win this state and we're going to win. Four more years. White House correspondent Ben Tracy President Trump will spend the entire day on the road holding those five rallies his final one late tonight in Michigan. That's also where he held his final rally back in 2016. And with the president still trailing in the polls, he continues to sow doubts about the outcome. The election. CBS's Ed O'Keefe has more on what the Democratic nominee is doing. Joe Biden begins the day in Ohio State, where his team sees some last minute hope of possibly turning it Blue. Then he spends the rest of today in western Pennsylvania, ending it at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Alongside Lady Gaga. Well, Biden running mate Kamala Harris out early today in Pennsylvania. He's going to expand the affordable care act build on its success. Bring down premium cause bring down drug prices. Will we get a timely election result? CBS News contributor David Becker is an expert on federal election law. I think the record Turn out that we are saying is going to yield a very clear answer from the voters, and I think there's a very good chance we're going to know who the president is. Sometime very late Tuesday night early Wednesday morning. Well, CBS's

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The final countdown: What to expect on Election Night

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:44 min | Last month

The final countdown: What to expect on Election Night

"Tonight we are on the cusp of one of the most uncertain election outcomes in recent history after the most heated campaign season in memory the pandemic and the economy are defined the candidates closing arguments to an electorate that's extremely polarized but also energized more than ninety three million. Americans. have already cast their ballots. We could see one, hundred, fifty, million Americans vote this time. That's never happened before president trump in five battleground states today all once he took four years ago now. Fighting to keep them telling supporters a quote. Great Red wave is coming former vice president Joe Biden campaigning in Michigan yesterday with former President Obama trying to rebuild the Democrats Blue Wall of Rust Belt States Pennsylvania is the most important of them. Biden is in all three there today a new ABC News Washington Post poll from Pennsylvania Shows Biden with a seven point lead but the president is promising a come from behind victory. We have reports from both campaigns and from key battleground states and ABC's White House correspondent. Rachel. Scott leads us off in Detroit Michigan. Tonight president trump in an all out push five rallies in five states he needs to win again to stay in the White House vote the big thing you gotta go Tuesday the president, predicting a tremendous election day turnout and today his campaign advisor Jason Miller falsely suggesting votes counted after election date would be illegitimate if you speak with many smart Democrats, they believe the president. Trump will be ahead on election night, and then they're going to try to steal a back after the election Democrats have argued in court that ballots postmarked by election date should be counted. Many state laws allow that but president trump continues to insist a winner must be declared that night. We should know the result of the election on November third the evening of November third. That's the way it's been, and that's the way it should be. But the reality though news organizations often project winners on election night the final tallies in each state aren't certified for days. If not weeks more Democrats tend to vote early than Republicans and officials say those early votes may take some time to count in key states like Michigan that could. Decide the election and it's more important that we get a count that as accurate. Then account that is fast and might not be accurate. The president started his busiest day on the trail yet here in Michigan State that was decided by just under eleven thousand votes in two thousand, sixteen, two days from now, we're going to win the state of Michigan again. In Washington township in crucial mccomb county, the line started hours before he arrived cars bumper to bumper waiting to get in overflow parking nearby cornfield. He is the one and only guy that has had the guts to stand up for what this country was based on just afternoon the president was off to his second stop Iowa. And their signs it will come through for him. Again, trump holding a seven point lead over Joe Biden, and the latest demoing register poll were very happy with Iowa. Thank you very much. But nearly every national poll. The president is behind in recent days even. It could you imagine losing to this guy? Could you imagine on defense in his final blitz stopping in? North Carolina, Georgia and Florida to over and over again, the president downplaying the coronavirus rounding the turn on a pandemic we're rounding the corner. But after the nation had a single day record in corona virus cases, Dr Anthony Fauci warning the country is in for a whole lot of hurt in the coming months telling the Washington Post, you could not possibly be position more poorly.

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Trump and Biden campaign in Florida

Larry Elder

00:37 sec | Last month

Trump and Biden campaign in Florida

"Isn't and Trump and challenger Joe Biden both campaign in the critical state of Florida today, White House correspondent Greg Clugston reports at a drive in rally in Broward County, Biden told voters they hold the key to his victory in Florida goes blue. It's over in Tampa, the president rallied. A large crowd of supporters were going to win Florida We're going to win for More years, and first lady Melania Trump made her first joint campaign appearance of the year with her husband. A vote for President Trump is a vote. For a better America plunged in

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Trump and Biden campaigns make final push

Todd Schnitt

00:44 sec | Last month

Trump and Biden campaigns make final push

"Stops. ABC is chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says that includes visits to states with rising Koven 19 case the final days of his campaign, Donald Trump is facing two foes. Joe Biden and a pandemic that is getting worse in the very places he needs to win, unable to ignore the virus. He's downplaying it, and he's making promises and his safe vaccine is coming very quickly. You're going tohave it momentarily that eradicates the virus and we're rounding the turn. Regardless, normal life will fully resume campaigning in Nebraska, a rare acknowledgment from the president. It's some parts of the country are hurting, and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris in Phoenix criticizing the president

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Behind Trump's Lies

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:32 min | Last month

Behind Trump's Lies

"When you look at our neighbors compared to what's going on in Europe and other places but we're doing well choice between trump boom and biden lockdown. He wants to lock down the country dismantle your police departments, dissolve our borders borders, they want open borders I think every single low enforcement group in the countries endorses we gave you the biggest tax cut in history by far and Biden is proposing the biggest tax hike in history. So. All of that was wrong and Ashley on your part. You just did a deep dive on veterans choice and how the President again wrongly claims credit for that and insists on it and will continue to apparently how do we live in this era? How do you as a White House correspondent cover this president what do you have to hold it against? Well I I think this looking at those two stories mine in the Times The Times took the macro looking at all of them. This truth one rally I sort of buried in on the micro in what we describe as an anatomy of a singular live very briefly, this is the president signed an update to be choice known as the mission acts. The did expand Va Choice But va choice was passed and signed under Barack Obama was co sponsored. By John McCain and even the mission act that trump past was officially named after John. McCain but trump has gone in and basically said, he did the a choice Obama had nothing to do with it. John McCain didn't have anything to do with it. So one way we cover it was to really drill down and explain ventures that he was telling this falsehood this lie but the reasons why he's doing it because he is surrounded by aides to enable him. On willing and able to tell him the truth in one of the reasons he does it is because of the psychology of lives, which is the more they repeated the more they start to feel true in one striking thing I found was that the RNC, the Republican convention, a number of speakers were drafting their speeches. They told the speechwriters in the president's team they wanted to put a line about what? Donald Trump had done NBA choice because they actually believed what he was saying he'd gotten it. So the either the they believed this falsehood in Bay, wanted to repeat it themselves. So that's why the president doesn't because it is proof stunningly effective for him in the way we grapple with it is, is we write about it in tell this story in in many different ways graphically on with words in e

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Trump's chief of staff argued that Covid-19 cases on Mike Pence's team should be concealed

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:28 sec | Last month

Trump's chief of staff argued that Covid-19 cases on Mike Pence's team should be concealed

"Vice president Pence. Staffers testing positive. ABC News senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega sources telling ABC News. The president's chief of staff, wanted to keep the outbreak on Pence's team from becoming public. Mark Meadows now says that was because of privacy concerns. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, saying the administration is waving the white flag of defeat, and that quote it's sadly no surprise, then that this virus continues to rage unchecked across the country, and even in the White House itself. Well,

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Trump: ‘All you hear is Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid.’

KGO Programming

00:40 sec | Last month

Trump: ‘All you hear is Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid.’

"President Trump's still insisting the end of the virus is coming soon. ABC. White House correspondent Rachel Scott has more from Washington. For days, The president has insisted the U. S. Is rounding the turn with the pandemic. After that single day record in Corona virus cases, downplaying the spike and a virus that has killed more than 220,000. Americans. Cover cover. Cover cover. They all talk about cases. You don't see death. Cases Joe Biden telling his supporters the president has failed. The American people were not learned about another. You're asking us to learn how to die with the vice president's still slated to travel to North Carolina for a campaign rally later today. Just nine days until the election day.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Hi I'm Brian Huskey I'm bald and I'm Charlie Sanders I'm also bald we want to talk to people about Charlie. Did you know that the less hair you have the more interesting become? Yeah. Of course, everybody knows that. I mentioned them well on our podcast ball talk we interview people about being ball. Bryant is this show just for Baldi's Charlie? No hair rose will enjoy this too. I mean, the show is about perception insecurity vanity just like human stuff and you wouldn't believe the things that come up listen to talk on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you listen to podcasts. From my radio kick the hey pal podcast now. Hey now we've jared and Dave. We're going to be talking sports. We have Julian Element on our podcast today Julian. It's football movies WHO's advancing between Jerry, Maguire and. I think he got waterboy. We're GONNA BE, Talking Entertainment Jeremy Piven. Going to I I'M GONNA call. My Palate. Syndey Tiffany Haddish Joe both Jj Watt. Mr. Kevin Hart Odell. Beckham Junior. Snoop Dogg. Adults definitely, Hale. Mark Cuban. One person you didn't know who would you quarantine with? Am I still married Who should we call. Next Dave we're calling everybody. The PAL podcast new episodes every Tuesday on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcast or you get your podcast..

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on KPCC

"And White House correspondent Franco Ordonez is still with us. Sorry to interrupt you there. Please go ahead. Well, I think it's very clear that Republicans air trying to push back on this theme that President Trump is a racist that he does not care for those people of color Ben can and the secretary Can Carson party Secretary, Carson said it very clearly that people think of President Trump As a racist and it's no farther from the truth, he said. Andi have heard that over and over again very interesting to see aunt here the president target, But critics argue that President Trump and the administration's kind of words. Pardon me. Actions speak louder than the diverse panel. They point out that there has not, though, been Mohr discussion about the protests and why there's protests, particularly some of the protests by athletes, the MBA, the WN ba the MLB and instead Administration and President Trump has talked Maura about the sports, you know, turning political whether they're lean, kneeling down for the flags. Eso. It's kind of interesting choices that they're making. NPR White House correspondent Franco Ordonez. Thanks, Franco. Thank you and White House correspondent Tamara Keith is at the White House. We're going to go back to her for a minute or two town. Tell us what's going on. Now. Has the first family arrived yet. What's the scene? Yes. So the first family did arrive. They were announced actually, in the middle of.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on KOMO

"White House correspondent Cecilia Vega says it's unclear if the sessions persuaded more lawmakers to call for impeaching president trump many Democrats said before the start of this hearing that they came in wanting to hear Robert Muller speak today before they would make a decision on impeachment I don't know that anybody got their hearing what they heard today and if the Democrats wanted America to see this is a movie I think here we are at the end of this the conclusion of this wondering how many people actually stuck around to watch the finale of it and the president offering his reaction to Mahler's Capitol Hill testimony today so we had a very good day today the Republican Party our country there was no defense of what Robert followers tried to defend it offers Sir Robert Boller weather is performance was a bad one or a good one I think everybody understands that I think everybody understands what's going on there was no defense for this ridiculous hoax is what shot it's been going on for a long time pretty much from the time I came down on the escalator with offers lady this grace what happened I think that I proved a lot to everybody in fact some of my biggest opponents road things today that I wouldn't believe that water bread that I appreciate that they did that this is a very bad thing for our country despite everything we've been through it's been an incredible two and a half years for our country the administration our president me we've got a great job we've got the strongest stock market the best unemployment numbers the most number of people ever working in the history of our country right now almost a hundred and sixty million our military I'm getting even stronger we've done a great job and we've done it under this terrible phony a phony clout that's all it was and they should be ashamed of themselves absolutely and you know who knew what was a phony plowed more than anyone else who's the Nadler and show me hello to see everyone of them they all knew who was phony stuff you look at the polls the polls are showing it may be more than anybody else or anything else president.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

"So he will give short talk tonight decide of take the comedic age out of the evening because it was decided. By people who I agree with that. It was getting to edgy and too confrontational and Washington and White House correspondent suddenly had to become arbiters of comedy. And that's not a position to be very good. There's an argument to be made in that favor that that one if it does get to edgy into what I can swing. That's right. You can either way. Exact exact, and we have so Jeff Lor always a pleasure. See my user for being here. Hollering? Thanks. Trag thing. Figure out what that means. I'm not a nine pm Kim HBO. HBO different topics are Houston, your shirt you. Stay here toss to break. This is the take. I just want to say the only reason stays say thank you for our audience all that you do to help the show all that. You did for us in Vietnam at the end of the summer when I declined back on Air Force One. You are a stalwart supporter, a dear friend, a cherished asset of the takeout. And I just wanna say, thank you. Thank you. I appreciate it. Where's my baseball team? It's right for year. It's right here. I'm dispensing baseball tickets right now. Hey, so here's your ticket for tomorrow's gay and task today game after a night game. All right. You get out of here fun. All right. There's nothing like an open, Mike extravaganza or pre party. I like them both. Thanks for joining us. I major Garrett at

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

"Thank you for letting me have some sense of what might be like to to render someone speech. We also have the microphones will heard Republican congressman from Texas. Reelection winner narrowly won reelection, very tough. You retarget the Democrats Democrats swept all sorts of competitive races. But not yours. Correct. So your back, and you one of the few Republicans here will hurt you go to dangerous places, don't shoot. Well. I did live in Pakistan for two years and Afghanistan for year and a half government mission, by the way. The Central Intelligence Agency. I can handle the White House correspondent. So but now it's good to be looking for a good cause right? It's scholarships for aspiring journalists. Thank you for that. Congressman because I used to be on the board of directors of the White House correspondent association this dinner gets a lot of static and hassle this dinners, essentially a fundraiser for one goal one overarching goal scholarships for college journalists and the money that we raise here goes to fun though scholarships. So it's all about that. It's about a glitz a lot of other things. Yes. Indeed. But that's under lying and Johnson reason and your job is getting harder and harder right to be able to educate the American the world on issues of the day. And the different formats doing a podcast today. He didn't know this when you were going through college. Congressman I didn't know what a podcast three years ago. Was there lecture? Did you have trysofi? None. The White House move this impression to cut the try to cut the electrically all the time. That's just a joke. Let his Jillian Hello stranger. Hold on the Arsim Bassett's United States and this grace pastor. Thank you. Thanks for finding me to take part. I really appreciate it. Tell me why you're here. And what an ambassador does that an event like this while I'm here because there are a lot of people I know here as well. And I'm a big fan of the media. I was a press spokesman for the Irish government for all of eight years, and I still have another media friends. So I'm very good friend of the media industry. Generally, how many months would say how can you still have friends in media fewer a spokesman for eight years? Let you go. I. Case Inle about always nice to make up with them afterwards on since coming to Washington. I made a lot of friends in the media on really enjoy connecting with the Washington. Press corps. So chance tonight to see them all and also to pay tribute to the work. They do on behalf of the people of the world. Mr besser. Thank you for saying that what's the impression in Ireland of President Trump. And what do you think the European impression of this very different American president is we're all fascinated. Of course, spy what we see happening in America..

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

"That means you're troll. That means you're criticize that means you're praised that means you a run up and down the flag pole of emotions constantly. And you are never absolutely sure where you stand with him. He likes to impose. Is that variable upon your life, even if it means you're already difficult job is made that much more difficult. That is a very hard thing to experience in politics very hard. But does he not seem to understand that in many ways, he's only shooting himself in the foot and undermining his own agenda. That way I write in the book. He does not understand. I say that clearly on unapologetically I say, oftentimes the worst enemy of President Trump when it comes to his agenda and White House that operates with a sense of common purpose. In pursuit of that agenda, the biggest enemy is not the media. It's not the democratic obstructionists quote, unquote. It's the president's own turbulent improvisational and hard to predict personality timber and sense of constantly leaving people in limbo as to where they stand with. Him and wearing agenda item stands in terms of his priorities, even if he is already said, things that they believe are certain about his intentions or his purpose. And a good example of this is it's failed attempts at repeal and replace. But you suggest in the book that there's a direct line from his failure on healthcare to his success on tax reform, explain the cause and effect there. Yeah, it's not that there was a systematic sort of, well, we didn't have a machine that worked for ObamaCare, and now we know how to build a machine that will work to pass tax cuts, but there were things learned that contributed, but some of the things didn't have to be learned. Let's just be very clear about this after the repeal and replace effort of the Affordable Care Act, failed Republicans started hearing from their donors, their big donors in very large numbers, and in very angry voices. You guys aren't doing anything. The big agenda items are lag. Yes, there's been some action on deregulation, but you're now? Oh, for one and it's getting near the end of the year, and you're going to be reaching a crisis point of view, don't perform. So the sense of absolute imperative around taxes focused congress, it focused the White House, Gary Cohn specifically who ran all the meetings on behalf of the White House. And I write and pretty vivid detail how it did for a time being focused, the president focused, his Twitter feed focused, his rhetoric focused, his phone calls focused his lobbying efforts which were fundamentally different from the way he approached repealing and replacing ObamaCare for that. He didn't care about the policy didn't really understand. It wasn't really interested in it. Just wanted to deal any deal taxes. He knew the specifics more clearly was more confident and familiar with them, knew what he wanted to achieve and drove a very hard bargain, but also remained very disciplined about how to approach it. And so those things all sort of came together. To create passage of the helm, the tax reform and tax cuts. And then I say, after that, did they learn enough to apply this elsewhere? Absolutely. Not. We're going to take a quick break, and then I'll be back with more with CBS White House correspondent major Garrett when we come back in just a moment..

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

"Serving as White House correspondent for three news outlets during the last four administrations, he's been CBS news, chief White House correspondent since two thousand twelve and is a substitute anchor of face the nation. Now, major has written about his experience covering the Trump administration in new book titled Mr. Trump's wild ride the thrills chills screams and occasional blackouts of an extraordinary presidency major Garrett. Thanks for joining me. Great to be with you. Thank you for the time we'll major. This is not typically the kind of book that inactive White House correspondent writes about a sitting president is especially one with vindictive streak, like Donald Trump weren't. You worried they might pull your press credentials. Not at all. This is a journalistic book. It's tough on the president where the facts lead to tough conclusions and appraisals of what he actually did. What he actually said or those speaking on his behalf said, and how lows statements or actions comport with the facts or intention. So in that sense, it's journalistic and tough and curious, and there is an accountability component to it as well, but there's also a substantial amount of real estate devoted to the book about things that have already happened during the Trump administration, the White House calls them accomplishments. Some Americans don't uniformly regard them as such. But what I argue in the book is there is a lot that comes out the country with the Trump presidency. There is a frenetic pace. There is an improvisational quality. They are jarring aspects, there's anxiety, but that doesn't mean things haven't happened that five ten, possibly even twenty years from now. Historians and others are not going to look back on and say, these are consequential actions that we are still living with. So what I try to do is begin to draft out what is already based. On my experience covering four previous presidents, the early essences of a Trump legacy. Indeed, you say, in the book that President Trump is transforming the presidency in the country, presumably for the worse, where do you think he's leaving a lasting Mark? Well, let's just take a couple of large scale issues. There is the already confirmed supreme court Justice. There is a dramatic story playing out this week in Washington about the sex. Second Trump supreme court nominee if there are two confirmed or there is a huge clash over this attempt to confirm Brad cavenaugh and another one still to supreme court justices. And a first term would be a large and significant Mark left by any president, certainly by President Trump. If that's what happens. If you look at the appellate court justices confirmed in the first year, twelve, and then nearly that many already in the second year, that's a substantial alteration of the appellate courts and the federal. Bench that's big the tax cut, whether you like it or hate it is going to be a big part of the American economy, corporate taxation, individual taxation, and small business taxation for the next five to ten years possibly longer. And if you look at what I consider one of the most significant yet undercover stories of the Trump presidency. It's what's happened in the regulation sphere. The federal government. I argue in the book that President Trump is the most aggressive deregulatory president since Ronald Reagan and more successful in a shorter period of time. If you consider repealing regulations a success, not all Americans do, but if you do more successful in a shorter period of time than Ronald Reagan, the country will be living with those regulations that no longer exist and the or orientation to future regulatory actions that this administration has completely blunted just taking those three are significant, but what does add one more. Immigration, enforcing it to the hilt and changing the entire global perspective on America. On the question of what is its orientation? Both in conversation and in law to immigration, whether you love those changes or hate them, they're pretty sizable. And with regard to deregulation from where I stand, I'll be honest with your major. I don't know if deregulation is a deliberate priority for President Trump, or if it's just a byproduct of the systemic dysfunction, he's created and simply a matter that nobody's minding the store in so many cases. What do you think?.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

"He was often called into press Secretary, Robert Gibbs. His office for an impromptu tongue-lashing about FOX's coverage of President Obama and now major Garrett on more than one occasion is found himself on the wrong side of a new president and his deadly Twitter feed. But if he thought that his distinguished journalistic career had prepared him for the unique challenges of covering Donald Trump, he was in for a surprise like many others in Washington, Garrett, his found himself having to unlearn many of his own settled notions about the nature and function of the presidency and separate the carnival, like noise of the Trump presidency from its underlying substance. He writes about the experience in a new book titled Mr. Trump's wild ride. Ride the thrills chills screams and occasional blackouts of an extraordinary presidency. And today major Garrett joins me on the podcast to talk about his strange I encounter with the man who would become president and the craziest eleven days he's ever experienced covering the White House. He discusses the many ways in which the president is his own worst enemy, how the president's failure at healthcare reform led to his success on tax reform. And when it was all said and done the president learned, absolutely nothing. He shares some of the reasons why many Republicans have said, no, thanks to a job in the Trump administration. Why the Brett Cavanaugh confirmation is a must win for Donald Trump and why he believes we're witnessing transformative presidency. The effects of which for better or worse could last for generations coming up with CBS news, White House correspondent major Garrett in just a moment. Major Garrett has been a fixture and executive branch reporting for seventeen years.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"Atrocity well i think when she was just continuing to pummel sarah just got more and more uncomfortable this is my wife's colleague now everything went as planned the comedian undiluted leftist plucked from the daily show assembly line of press approved prods unloaded on the white house but like a tortoise on crutches you could see the jokes limping toward you but there was this uprising of female funny writers performers journalists who defended her i nailed it i mean this is a woman that came out like a fox like let the woman speaker mind you know and and what she saying is is very true in many respects comedy supposed to be subversive rinus supposed to push the envelope if you read it or see it everything she said was based in truth and facts you know it didn't feel like just this little club it felt like a real community malices silver lining i was very encouraged i was really offended by the white house correspondent association statement that is felt so what's the word what's the word condescending descending social spoke truth to power as advertised and yet yesterday the same margaret live released a statement saying last night's program was meant to offer unify message about our common commitment to a vigorous and free press while honoring civility unfortunately the entertainers monologue was not in the spirit of that mission you hired her stephen berry see the same kind of chastising when he when he went after bush i don't think he i mean he did certainly news outlets were not favorable but the association was like that's what a comedian does yeah and she did not get that benefit but we are not in normal times michelle did make didn't make attacks on people's appearances it wasn't sarah sanders though she made fun of chris christie and mitch mcconnell and i just thought it was.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Channel 33

"Yeah which is also his old job we ask what the hell just happened fleiss's always are overworked twitter joke of the week let's start with the white house correspondents dinner and a segment i'd like to call big bad michelle wolf as far as i can tell david people are mad at three things number one michelle wolf said means stuff about sarah huckabee sanders number two that the new york times is maggie haberman complimented sanders for sitting there and taking the mean stuff and number three that the white house correspondents dinner is happening at all is that about it i think those are the broad strokes yeah so let's start with number one by listening to the joke wolf made about sam's i really liked sarah i think he's very resourceful like she burns facts and then she uses that ash to create a perfect smokey like maybe she's born with it maybe it's live probably lie we want to hear one more offensive by all means been air quotes about sarah huckabee sanders here we go really sure what to call sarah huckabee sanders you know is it sarah sanders is it sarah huckabee sanders is it cousin huckabee is it anti huckabee sanders like what tom but for white women who disappoint other white women coulter is there anything better than the uncomfortable laughter of the white house press corps that to me is as big a highlight of this thing as any of the jokes.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"'cause i i think i said more controversial things than the actual jokes that they're focusing on would that it what what do you think was more controversial well i think they're kind of just trying to distract from the ending which where i pointed out that they're all profiting off of trump and the helped create this monster the by the you mean the media the media yes could you say something like the media created trump and now you're profiting from him yes yeah and i think they i think they don't want to focus on that part i would say there were probably about fifteen hundred symposia starting the day after the election about the media's role in donald trump's rise but the thing that's so fraught about this moment is that the white house correspondents dinner is hypocrisy in karnataka it doesn't know what it is and is it a chance for white house correspondents to schmooze with the people they cover it's just a kind of posteriori alaska latian fest if that's the case then maybe you shouldn't have a a comedian roasting the president if you really are just trying to curry favor with the people you cover on the other hand maybe it's a celebration nation of the first amendment in which case you could have it go in all sorts of different directions but the white house correspondent's dinner doesn't really know what it is or should be in the age of trump and the other thing i wanna point out is that this kind of comedy you can find by turning on your television after eleven o'clock almost every night of the week what's unusual is when the president of the united states acts like an insult comic and when the white house press secretary often over and over again explain some outrageous things the president has said or an inaccurate thing by saying he was just joking that's their defense he was just being a comedian well let's talk about the weirdness of the dinner for a second because it is very weird i i have not been to it.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from ibm who was helping create p tech's schools a new education model that prepare students for twenty first century careers let's put smart so work find out how at ibm dot com slash p tag hi this is alissa calling from raleigh north carolina where i'm getting ready to watch the pittsburgh penguins take on the philadelphia flyers in the first round of the playoffs or as some who listen to this podcast may refer to the rivalry as sheets verse what la this podcast was recorded at sheets one that one it's a two thirty three eastern on april thirtieth things may have changed by the time you hear it keep up with all of npr's political coverage npr dot org the npr one app on your local public radio station okay here's the show let's go pens hey there it's the npr politics podcast here with a quick take on the white house correspondents dinner yup that dinner good evening and good evening here we are the white house correspondents dinner michelle wolves roast of the trump administration and the media has gotten a little bit of praise a lot of criticism and a couple tweets from the president enough people are still talking about it that we're gonna talk about it right now i'm here to make jokes i have no agenda i'm not trying to get anything accomplished so everyone that's here from congress you should feel right at home most of this conversation is focused on jokes that wolf made about white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders in her looks wolf sat down with terry gross from whyy's fresh air to defend herself i think they didn't pay attention to what was said also we are facing a big deadline at midnight tonight president trump's tariff exemptions expire and the president has.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Okay so after all of this happen people started to go to the white house got very upset and michelle wolf they said how could michelle will say all of these things so let it be number one michelle wolf's a comedian she can say any of these things should the white house correspondents dinner have had her no it obviously did not fit with the tenor of the actual dinner it did not do what they wanted it to do it did not forward their agenda in any real way in fact pretty counterproductive to their agenda so the real blame here i don't think even lies of michelle wolf who is i will admit i think a really galling piece of work but if the white house correspondents dinner that decided to have her so it's on the journalists who organized this thing not on michelle wolf michelle wolf was just being michelle wolf and the white house correspondents dinner they're the people who invited her will white house officials were slamming michelle wolf they said the choose incredibly disrespectful again i think she was gross i think she was disrespectful i think that there is something weird about the white house complaining about people being gross and disrespectful when president from spent the entire 2016 campaign ripping into everyone of his opponents as ugly and stupid but in any case here is ed henry talking about it what happened to sarah sanders last night was disgusting and i say that as a former president of the white house correspondent sociation by the briefing tomorrow i hope that the white house correspondence association which i'm a card carrying paid member of still you guys should put out at least a statement and apology to sarah sanders who you work with professionally to go after her physical appearance to say some of the things it obviously is so far beyond the line that i hope and pray the association apologizes to sarah sanders time again i'm trying to fair minded about this i don't think that sarah huckabee sanders is physical appearance was clearly attacked i think that everyone took all of the lines as an attack on her physical appearance but i'm not sure that that's actually what happened i think a lot of awful things michelle will said that are just as bad and worse about other.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Ryan about mitch mcconnell about mitt romney now john mccain you're allowed to make jokes about bunch four leaders you were not allowed to make jokes that were serious about barack obama and this is why seth meyers in crew were making these great i mean if you're a republican president you could be attacked when you're the president like bush or it could be attacked when you were not the president bush obama was president so the white house correspondent center has always become a roast of the right which of course has justified the right hatred of the media one of the great lies the media have put out over the past several years is that president trump is the one who ginned up all of this dislike of the media that's utter nonsense i said cpac we hated you guys before we don't you guys sucked we thought that you bad at your job we thought that you were not objective and you're pretending to be objective we thought that you were wildly left wing so it's not a shock really the michelle wolf was up there ripping into president trump but the level of vitriol that she used it was the it was the crazy level of vitriol that she use the got people really upset particularly her rip on sarah huckabee sanders so trump declined to go but a bunch of members of the white house word there so kellyanne conway once i i don't know why if you're kellyanne conway you would go sarah huckabee sanders went i don't know why if you're sarah huckabee sanders you would go you know you're gonna go there you know you're gonna get roasted and michelle wolf certainly roasted sarah huckabee sanders again in in quite unfunny fashion and there are a lot of folks out there who say that i haven't annoying voice folks you have not heard annoying until you've heard this voice so here's michelle wolf going off on sarah huckabee sanders i have to say i'm a little star struck i love you aunt lydia and the handmaid's tale.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And russia uh during the interview while you have entered the whitehot center of the scoop political scoop universe this morning it was also meeting with the president's tweets about sessions in the morning is just it was a really interesting morning dr i think for her even i think she's been at the white house senator this for for all six months and for heard tuesday was was a pretty significant i have for people historians laid down don't read the news but listen to the show maggie haberman as the uh uh washington correspondent for the new york times the trump correspondent for the new york times she's the white house correspondent shoes working for the times throughout the campaign covering trump before that she was at politico covering trump and years ago she worked for both uh new york city tabloids and also covered trump they're so she's been talking to him for uh you know over a decade a lot of the big interviews that trump has done have been with her i look forward to this here max with maggie haberman your delivers versus walked into this these interviews with a computer open touting and haven't looked to be like sorry yet so kinda one time i'm in two thousand ten when as pregnant with my third kid i was uh marching in a parade covering um carl paladino an andrew cuomo i had my computer balanced on my belly sentence open sentences excellent filet strand is nothing for you now it's is not the big deal does this ever stop for you i know now it's one long day i said that to somebody else recently its.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Himes started writing in his cement cell block on a typewriter he bought partly with gambling winnings he was encouraged by a fellow prisoner with literary aspirations with whom he had a sexual relationship a relationship himes would later fiction allies and not hide from his two wives the prison stories himes wrote eventually found a home in esquire alongside short stories by hemingway himes like the literature he created was difficult and sometimes cruel but jackson insists he's worth the trouble at the end of this biography jackson memorably characterizes himes is great gifts as a writer describing himes is spirited realism from the bottom that defied fear and always cut hard enough to draw blood that sentence and many more like it make me intrigued enough to wanna read himes is work beyond the detective novels i already know marine kerrigan teaches literature at georgetown university she reviewed the new biography chester beehives by lawrence p jackson coming up new york times chief white house correspondent peter baker tax about some of the unprecedented actions and comments coming out of the trump white house this is fresh air weekend support for this podcast on the following message comes from madison read revolutionizing the way women color their hair with an ammonia free formula in over forty multidimensional shades delivered right to your door on your schedule because gorgeous salon quality hair color is even more beautiful when it saves you time and money find your perfect shade at madison dash read dot com madison read is honoring fresh air listeners with ten percent off plus free shipping on their first color kit with promo code fresh air began to take a look back at some of president trump's unprecedented comments and actions with peter baker the chief white house correspondent for the new york times he was one of the threetimes reporters who had a joint on the record interview with trump earlier this month.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on WRVA

"On know and i pronounce his name but i do know he is cnn's jim acosta has not cnn's a official white house correspondent he's a step above that the person who has cnn's senior white house correspondent is zeleny and a groundbreaking question uh that he fired in the direction of brock obama on his first one hundred days in office and remember when they were evaluating the first one hundred days of the trump administration do you remember morale those what those questions were you remember what the mood was rosty remember how they were feeling around the first hundred days the of the trump administration the reporters was awful yeah swarm of the country was the white house the chaos all right so let's let's go ahead and uh let's hear what the very same network whose white house in chaos a decided to ask then president barack obama add his first one hundred days in office and go during his first one hundred days with his surprised you the most about this office insurance if you the most certainly office humbled you the most in troubles you the most let me read this them so he is his query was on the president's level of enchantment rush didn't get to hear that did you rao said screen call because he's got he's got to work are here it is the first one hundred days is surprised you the most about this office insurance if you the most of this news in the months then y you could argue that slightly different the kind of a different tone and it's the same dude technically as the you know what ads weird let's see if there's other evidence shall we and get you some news hang on back in just a few minutes hi this is senior coach steve chip with online trading academy co host the bulls and bears do you realize.

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