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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:34 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Well Wait wait hashtag infrastructure perhaps That's infrastructure There is money for ports in the infrastructure Bill which of course is the one of the two bills that Biden is pushing to get a deal on right now So as they water down that build back better build that reconciliation package the hope is that if they can get both through that there'd be money for money for ports in that other one If Donald Trump gets his social media channel up and going you know it will be the most the toughest crisis ever I mean we're all looking forward to that That's a White House reporter I know It makes it interesting and makes it interesting Yeah I gotta have nothing to notifications on my phone I suppose one more couldn't care That's right Pilot on pilot on Josh thank you so much Josh wean grove it's a great story It's so in depth explains the supply chain crunch that we're seeing right now He is Bloomberg news White House correspondent there in our 99 studio in D.C. Well.

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With Cases Surging, Biden to Launch Six-Point Plan Against COVID-19

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:58 min | Last month

With Cases Surging, Biden to Launch Six-Point Plan Against COVID-19

"As the by the administration manages the end of the war in afghanistan. It's also managing the resurgence of kobe. Here at home today the president will lay out what it says a new plan to attack the spread of cova nineteen president biden will deliver a speech this evening expected to urge private businesses schools and federal agencies to institute stricter vaccine mandates. The white house wolf announced six areas of focus vaccinating the unvaccinated furthering protection for the vaccine and keeping school safely open increasing testing and requiring masking protecting our economic recovery and improving care for those who do have kobe nineteen bringing senior white house correspondent for nbc news digital shannon petty piece shannon. It speaks to the gravity of the problem. And the fact that colbert is back with us. In a big way that the president feels he needs to make a major address to the country today the layout a new plan and reset the strategy to some extent through the summer so much of these strategy in the focus was on vaccinations giddy as many vaccinated as possible. The idea was that we could vaccinate our way out of this pandemic and that was gonna be our only way out of the pandemic now as you see from the bullet points. The white house official has put out. You're seeing them rawdon that a bit not only of course is they're still going to be an emphasis on vaccines but there is an acknowledgement that even with vaccines out there. We are continuing to see breakthrough infections. We are seeing the percentage of people who are vaccinated who are hospitalized increasing not an enormous amount. But you're seeing a slight up chicken. The percentage of hospitalized patients who are backs in a bid and then of course. We're still months away potentially from children under twelve being able to be back stated and we're likely weeks away from having a booster cleared by the fda for the moderna vaccine so in the interim there's an acknowledgement that. There's a lot more that has to be

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Afghanistan Updates: Bidens Attend Dignified Transfer of Troops at Dover

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:55 min | Last month

Afghanistan Updates: Bidens Attend Dignified Transfer of Troops at Dover

"People ahead of a self imposed deadline to leave Afghanistan by Tuesday. They're continuing this operation after a terrorist attack last week that killed at least 170 Afghans and 13 American service members outside the Kabul airport. The US responded to that attack with a drone strike on Friday, targeting the terrorist group behind the attack and as president Biden was at Dover Air Force Base this morning to witness the dignified transfer of U. S Service members killed in Thursday's attack. Another U. S drone strike in Afghanistan struck another target, a vehicle seen as an imminent threat to the operation at the airport. So clearly, it has been a challenging week for President Biden. He had already been receiving criticism for how the evacuation was being handled. And that was before these latest events. We're joined now by NPR. White House correspondent Scott Detroit. Good morning, Scott. Hey, ask my good to be with you. Scott president, Biden said after the attack that the US withdrawal would continue. And that has indeed been the case. Yeah, that the attack has not changed the effort, and President Biden has repeatedly vowed that United States work evacuating Americans and Afghan partners will keep going. Look Missions there they performed is dangerous. Is, uh, now Come with a significant loss of American personnel. And it's a worthy mission because they continue to evacuate. Uh, folks out of that region out of the airport. The number evacuated now is now north of 113,000. There has been a lot of domestic and international pressure to continue operations past Tuesday's deadline for the US to withdraw from Afghanistan. Biden has insisted the operation is on pace to finish by then. And up. Until now, he has given no indication that that would continue into September. Scott what more can you tell us about the

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The Senate Passes a $3.5 Trillion Budget Blueprint

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:38 min | 2 months ago

The Senate Passes a $3.5 Trillion Budget Blueprint

"Senate is moving ahead with one of president. Biden's top economic priorities early. this morning. It took the first step in passing a three and a half trillion dollar budget. Reggie resolution that could lead to major reforms in social programs. The vote came just hours after the senate passed a trillion dollar infrastructure. Package with bipartisan support. This is all a win. For the president who promised to invest in the nation's economy and also proved the democrats and republicans can still work together. So what might this mean for the president politically. Npr white house correspondent us. Mukalla joins us now. Good morning. Good morning debbie. So what now has to happen for these two bills. Well this three point five trillion dollar spending package. That is chock full of democratic priorities for things like climate change and childcare is actually just starting to get worked out so it's just really the first step and frankly it's not going to get any republican votes. Democrats have been insisting that this bill the three point five trillion. Dollar one. Along with the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill must be passed in tandem. The problem for democrats is that they have such small majorities in both chambers. That it could be difficult to keep all their members in line Now president biden seems competent. That he is going to win passage of the two spending bills. That would come on top of the big kovic relief bill from earlier this year. Will voters take note perhaps but it is not clear that voters have thus far been connecting the dots back to president biden. And even if they have been personally benefiting from something he's done

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Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick

"I think dr voucher held a briefing over the weekend that the virus does not touch sophisticated. Democrats the virus only gets floridians. The ruben that like ron disentis. That's been the virus touches. Actually said that on cnn. I know that'll shock you. That it was cnn or new york times reporter her name. Is annie something. But i think her name to be karen karen carney. We're going to call. her name. is annie kearney. She's a reporter. She's actually the white house correspondent. She's a very big deal at the new york times and she did some reporting. She's he didn't some journalism journalism along. Martha's vineyard you see because it seems a little strange. I want to ask my progressive friends. You're so worried about masks and mandates and forcing teachers to get vaccinated hired somebody on the radio this morning. Driving into work say well of course the teachers need to be vaccinated if they don't get vaccinated they're going to get sick with cova so now we're being told that if you're unvaccinated you will get sick. You will get sick. It's a foregone conclusion. I didn't know that that was news to me. I guess that was more important. Non misinformation non-vaccinated teachers are going to get covert unless perhaps your sophisticated.

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U.S. To Warn Businesses Over Rising Risks in Hong Kong

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. To Warn Businesses Over Rising Risks in Hong Kong

"The risk of doing business with Hong Kong because of China's clampdown. White House correspondent Greg Clarkston. President Biden is expressing concern about China's increasingly firm grip on Hong Kong's political and economic freedoms. The situation in Hong Kong has deteriorated and the Chinese government is not keeping his commitment. Hong Kong no longer enjoys the kind of autonomy that Beijing promised when it assumed control in 1997, Greg Clarkston, Washington, also at

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AG Garland Unveils Strategy to Combat Domestic Terrorism

710 WOR Programming

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

AG Garland Unveils Strategy to Combat Domestic Terrorism

"Garland announcing the country's first national strategy for combating domestic terrorism after a review ordered in the aftermath of the January 6th capital attack, the attorney general says the goal here is to disrupt and deter, but they also want to address The root causes of domestic terrorism. This comes five months after the January 6th attack, which the president has labeled as domestic terrorism. And now this administration is making this a higher priority, calling for greater coordination between national security agencies and more intense scrutiny of social media posts. ABC senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce President Dragon is

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Biden to Propose Capital Gains Tax of 39.6%

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Biden to Propose Capital Gains Tax of 39.6%

"Stocks took a dive on reports President Biden will announce plans next week too high taxes for the wealthy White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Port suggests the president will propose increasing the top income tax bracket to 39.6% and nearly doubling the current 20% capital gains tax. For those earning more than a million dollars a year. White House press secretary Jen Psaki refused to confirm that that's how Mr Biden would pay for boosted federal spending on education and

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.

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How will President Biden's new plan be paid for?

The KFBK Morning News

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

How will President Biden's new plan be paid for?

"President Biden today to unveil new infrastructure bill that would pay for a new roads and bridges but also things like paid family leave and universal pre k at a cost of about $3 Trillion. They're gonna pay for all this. They're focused on rolling back Trump's corporate tax breaks. They're gonna raise them from 21 to 28%. We also want to increase penalties on these companies that move jobs overseas. President Biden has promised to not raise taxes on people making less than $400,000 a year. One estimate says that we could be looking at more than two million jobs out of a package like that. ABC News chief White House correspondent Cecilia Vega, the president in Pittsburgh Day today promoting the

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Biden to unveil ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan

Morning Edition

01:26 min | 7 months ago

Biden to unveil ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan

"Later today, President Biden will unveil his ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Make his pitch at a Pittsburgh facility where aspiring carpenters take on apprenticeships that often turn into union jobs. The plan is going to focus on physical infrastructure, bridges, roads, sewer systems and expanding broadband. Among other things, Biden characterizes it. As a jobs plan that he hopes will transform the economy. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith is here with some details. Hate him. Good morning. So what's in this plan? What do we know? They're calling it. The American jobs plan is you guys said about $2? Trillion, You know the transit bridges, roads broadband into rural areas. Also big spinning on the electric grid and sewer and water systems. You know, think about what happened in Texas earlier this year or what happened in Flint, Michigan, trying to avoid those types of things. Upgrading housing, schools, hospitals, Ah, lot of focus on union jobs and helping underserved communities, both rural and urban. You know, it's specifically talks about trying to entice manufacturers to areas affected by a loss of coal jobs on Del Ping address racial inequities by reconnecting neighborhoods that were cut off by previous highway building. This sweeping proposal is only part one, though next month Biden is set to propose investments in health care, child care and

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Biden Announces First Slate of Judicial Nominees With History-Making Picks

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Biden Announces First Slate of Judicial Nominees With History-Making Picks

"White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has more on a diverse list of people who were up for federal judge positions. Joe Biden's first slate of judicial nominees reflect to tell priority of his White House, appointing minorities and women to keep positions. Press secretary Jen Psaki says the 11 nominations including three black women, and a man who would be the first Muslim American district Court judge represent what she calls a paradigm shift in the Times of people who can see themselves on the federal

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Inconsistencies in Vaccine Administration Remain As More Americans Get Vaccinated

5 Things

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Inconsistencies in Vaccine Administration Remain As More Americans Get Vaccinated

"Twenty eight point six percent of people in the us have received at least one covid nineteen shot and soon very soon almost all americans will be eligible for their doses but there are still inconsistencies between the states as white house correspondent marine. Groppy tells us it's still unclear why some states are acting faster than others so an increasing number of states are opening up vaccines to the general public which made me wonder why some states are doing that faster than others. I assumed that the states removing. I were those. That are farther along in the share of their residents vaccinated. But that's not necessarily the case Some are like alaska. Which was the first state to make. All adults eligible earlier this month but mississippi which was the second stay continues to rank near the bottom for for vaccination rates not just for all adults but also for senior citizens which is one of the most high priority populations because seniors are have a high risk of not just getting kobe but of serious implications if they do get it and the experts i talked. You said there are different reasons why some states are moving faster than other states. Some governors might be more confident in the increasing amount of vaccines that are coming. There are also demographic differences among states and some states may not be filling vaccination appointments as quickly as other states. That could be because it's harder to make an appointment or to get an appointment into state or it could also be that they're more vaccine hesitancy among their residents and if that that is happening then you wanna make sure to make as many people eligible as possible to get the vaccination numbers up. You don't want these vaccines sitting on the shelf. You don't want ex vaccine appointments going empty. Especially as corona virus cases Seemed to now be rising and also as variants continued to

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Gun Control Legislation May Have to Wait

Morning Edition

01:29 min | 7 months ago

Gun Control Legislation May Have to Wait

"Biden's first official news conference, He made clear what his top priorities are the pandemic and infrastructure. And he said gun control legislation may have to wait despite Biden's outspoken history on the issue. NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins us now. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. What did the president say? And perhaps more significantly, What did he not say about gun control legislation yesterday? Yes. So this came about 45 minutes into the press conference when a reporter asked Biden about specific done related measures that he could pursue, So this was his chance to lay out what he wanted to do what he planned to do, but He didn't really do that. All the above. It's a matter of timing. He went on to say that sequencing is a key to a president's success. And he said his next major initiative is infrastructure, broadband roads, bridges. I imagine that caught some people off guard because it wasn't just a couple days ago he was talking about wanting to push new gun control measures. Yeah, I mean, I thought I had missed something in his remarks. It was such a contrast to what he had said just three days ago when he was delivering this passionate speech, saying Action on gun violence is needed now. Don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour. To take common sense steps. Oh, save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues in the House and Senate to act. We can't ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines in this country once again, But

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Biden says he would 'be flattered' if migrants are surging because of him

C-SPAN Programming

02:26 min | 7 months ago

Biden says he would 'be flattered' if migrants are surging because of him

"Along the US Mexico border, dominating the first part of the news conference, in which the president said that he is trying to fix a problem he claims President Trump began in Michelle Sender is the PBS news, Our White House correspondent with this question to President Biden. How do you resolve that tension? And how are you choosing which families in state, which can go given the fact that even though with title 42, there are some families that are staying. And is there a timeline for when we won't be seeing these overcrowded facilities with run by CPB when it comes to unaccompanied minors? Well, look, I guess I should be flattered. People are coming because I'm the nice guy. That's reason why it's happening. And I'm a decent man over Havers phrase that you know that's why they're coming because no Biden's agreed Guy. Truth of the matter is nothing has changed as many people came 28% increase in Children of the border in my administration, 31% in the last year of in 2019 before the pandemic in the Trump administration, It happens every single solitary year There is a significant increase the number of people coming to the border and the winter months of January, February March. It happens every year. In addition to that there is a and nobody and by the way, does anybody suggest that there was a 31% increase under Trump because he was a nice guy, and he was doing good things that the border that's not the reason they're coming. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert number one number two They're coming because the circumstances in country in country the way to deal with this problem, and I started to deal with it back when I was a United States Senator, I mean, vice president for putting together a bipartisan plan over $700 million to do the root causes of why people are leaving. What did Trump do? He eliminated that funding. He didn't use him. He didn't do it. In addition to that, what he did he did. Men, all the elements that exist to deal with what had been a problem and cook and has been continued to be a problem for a long time.

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Biden speaks on Boulder shooting and need for "common sense" gun laws

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:09 min | 7 months ago

Biden speaks on Boulder shooting and need for "common sense" gun laws

"Mass shooting leaves another American community in tears. President Joe Biden. I don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour to take common sense steps. I'll save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues In the House and Senate to act. Mr. Biden's statement comes as the country learns more about the 10 victims and yesterday's boulders. Supermarket shooting also learned about the accused shooter. Police say he is 21 year old Ahmad Ali. We Elissa. As of this morning he was still in the hospital after being shot in the leg. CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us live with more Highest Steve. This mass shooting is the second in three days. The other, of course, being the string of spa shootings around Atlanta. What else did the president have to say about this today? Hillary. The president noted that this first shooting essentially, this is the second shooting in his many days occurs as the flags of the White House and across the country still have staff. The president went out of his way to say that the motive of the shooter in Boulder, Colorado, is not known. He said. He is you heard him say he doesn't want to wait another minute, let alone another hour to take what he calls common sense steps to save lives in the future. He urged the Senate to take up the two Background check bills that have been approved in the House. One would expand background checks to cover private sales between individuals and another would close. What's been called The Charles Should Charleston loophole, And this is the idea that if a background check doesn't come back in time, that it a transaction could occur even while the background check is still in process, and that's apparently what happened in Charleston so that the president is calling on The Senate T send those to background check bills to his desk. He also called on Congress to pass another band on semi automatic rifles and high capacity magazines. He said he got that done when he was a senator in the 1994 assault weapons ban. Expired after 10 years, so it expired in 2004. It was allowed to sunset. He says that that law should be reinstated.

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US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

All Things Considered

04:37 min | 7 months ago

US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

"Migrants coming to the U. S border. Thousands of unaccompanied teens and Children in U. S custody, some held in jail like facilities. More likely on the way. This is the urgent situation facing President Biden at the border today and an echo of the one he faced as vice president back in 2014. His approach so far is similar focus on the root causes. Today, he sent three top officials to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss how to manage the increasing numbers of people trying to reach the U. S. Joining us to talk more about this is Franco or join us and Przybyl, White House correspondent and Franco first tell us just the basics of this trip to Mexico. Well, I think this is a trip that really shows how urgent the situation really is. Most of the migrants to the U. S border are from three Central American countries. Mexico had been working with the former administration to keep them from making that journey through Mexico, but that largely stopped. Biden is now sending two top officials from the National Security Council and another from the state Department to the region. Roberta Jacobson. She will be leading talks with Mexico's foreign secretary, Marcello Abroad and other top Mexican officials. She was actually an ambassador to Mexico during the Obama administration, and she'll be joined by one Gonzales, the NSC senior director for the region. Now they'll be talking about how to manage the situation and also be exploring a joint development strategy for Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries, you know, trying to work together to address the root causes of migration. Let's take one example. Guatemala What's on the agenda there? Welcome. Salas, again from the NSC and Ricardo Zuniga from the State Department will travel to Guatemala to meet with president they part of the President Alejandro Giammetti and his foreign minister, Pedro Barolo, and other economic and security officials. They will also meet with representatives from the private sector and civil society groups. You know, the big picture here is that President Biden feels that security and prosperity in Central America Are closely linked to security and prosperity in the United States. Give us some context here in terms of how Biden waiting when he was vice president, and maybe what he's doing differently this time around as president. Well, his vice president, Biden led a similar effort to Rio to address the root causes of migration. It was called the Alliance for Prosperity, and it provided a billion dollars to help police training, judicial reform and and corruption. This time around. He wants to offer $4 billion. Now I talked to Andrew Seeley about this. He's the president of the Migration Policy Institute. He said Biden is finding out the hard reality about this challenge that faces all presidents. And that it's not easy. The border is to immigration politics with the Middle East is to foreign policy. You know, every president comes in determined to do something focus on a different part of immigration. And ends up sucked into the border in some way. Frankly, Biden now owns this issue and the political fall out in a way that he didn't when he was just the vice president and one big difference in his approach this time is that the administration is going to be a bit more clear eyed about the realities of corruption at the highest level of these governments and Central America. The administration says they will on Lee give the money to community and international organizations. How has the Biden administration responded to criticism from Republicans who are claiming that Biden triggered this influx of migrants by reversing some of the restrictive immigrant immigration policies? Of President Trump's, You know, it's been a difficult thing to answer. On the one hand, the bind Administration says Look, we're going to have a more humane policy and going to rebuild the asylum system, which was largely dismantled by the former administration. On the other hand, they're saying Don't come now. And there's a sense that that message is a little bit muddied. The White House insists they've been clear they point to the thousands of radio ads and targeted social media ads in the region that they say have reached millions of people. But the numbers of people coming to the border are still high. And while the administration says that most people are turned away Children or not, and some families are not as well. And will Biden visit the board? Well, he said yesterday that heals go at some point, but there's no sense that that will happen in the near future. That's NPR.

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Biden visits Philadelphia to promote stimulus package in 'Help is Here' tour

Todd Schnitt

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Biden visits Philadelphia to promote stimulus package in 'Help is Here' tour

"The road today on his help is here tour touting his covert 19 Relief Act. First stop some small businesses in suburban Philadelphia. ABC. Senior White House correspondent Mary Provide administration has been trying to ensure that this funding on Lee goes to the smallest of small businesses, not bigger corporations. They even gave a two week priority period two businesses with fewer than 20 employees. Vice President Harris visit It's small businesses in Colorado, the

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Biden signs $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan into law

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Biden signs $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan into law

"National story. President Biden has signed the $1.9 Trillion American rescue plan. Tonight. He addresses the nation. CBS News White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has more. His president's first remarks in prime time will be delivered from the East Group. Press secretary Jen Psaki. He plans to provide a clear outline of his approach level with the American people about what is required of them, but also provide a sense of hope of what is possible sake says Mr and Mrs Biden will hit the road next week. So well, Vice President Harris and her husband, Doug, em off Goal to tout the benefits of the rescue package and help is here tour the first stops for the president Pennsylvania and Georgia, two key states he won last November.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, says he's heard differing answers on what the president's plans are for his final days in Washington on the question of the impeachment trial that conversations the president's having on this I am told her all over the map. He is talked about mounting a full defense, possibly led by Rudy Giuliani. Possibly not. Ah, full defense that could include the president himself, testifying toe mounting no defense whatsoever, and simply declaring that the impeachment eyes illegitimate. Wall Street Journal reporting the president has become increasingly concerned about the number of Republicans. Who have recently turned against him, the president asking the political advisors form or information about the 10 Republicans in the House who voted this week to impeach the president. Students in Massachusetts. You don't need to get a flu shot. The Department of Public Health has removed the vaccine mandate for students, which was announced last summer as an important part of keeping hospitalizations down amid the Corona virus pandemic. Ah, very mild flu season and the plan to focus on administering Corona virus vaccines did play into the decision to drop the requirement. Massachusetts had been the first state to require the flu shot for K through 12 and College students, business is continuing to debate the best ways to get an entire workforce vaccinated. Should companies make a covert vaccine mandatory for workers. Nearly half of the people who wait in said Yes. Do make it mandatory, Jessi Hempel of linked in says in that company's survey of users on the question, 40% said no Financial incentives, like the one offered by dollar general to its employees might be an answer the balance years to provide the incentives that Aaron Credit going to encourage them to do the right thing in the name of science for public health well, also allowing them to feel that they are making the decision. Steve Cave and CBS News deaths due to the coronavirus closing in now. On 400,000 in this country. Total coronavirus deaths in the U. S air now more than 391,000 says Johns Hopkins University States report 244,000 cases 127,000 covert hospital patients and over 3600 new virus debts Friday, according to the covert tracking project. The seven day average for tests is that a record high encouraging news. The seven day averages for cases are declining, and all four region agencies Chuck's spirits and reporting worldwide the death toll. From covert 19. Now over two million New Year's resolutions often include a gym membership and that has renewed focus on there. Over 19 safety measures. Many gyms air doubling down on covert 19 safety measures with the usual uptick in business after the first of the year, Ross Flora's owns a fitness center in Charlottesville, Virginia, remain focused on the protocols and procedures that we need to to make sure that.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Already confusion, amplifying truth and pursuing clarity. It's Kevin McCullough radio. All right, well, it's very interesting to see how in the midst of the blackout, you know they're trying to drop the curtain. Was banned or suspended. I guess I should say from Twitter last Thursday and they're you know, they're just looking for reasons at this point, if you've Facebook announced last night, actually, that if you ever hashtagged stop the count, they may come for you here to discuss is the White House chief White House correspondent for one American News. I'm sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Old network news, Max. Yeah. Yeah, she will. And you know you're a White House correspondent for them, too. So I apologize. I don't mean to take anything away from aerial, either. Let's let's talk about Let's talk about what's going on Emerald because you and I, Harold Robinson is the chief White House correspondent for Newsmax TV. Uh, there there have been, ah, lot of reactions across the globe. From the angle of Merkel administration to the governments in Spain and France, even in on the continent of Africa, saying we're we're against this deep platform ng of the president. This is not right. What's the latest? Well, that is actually surprising that Angela Merkel came out condemned it because she is so Usually on board. What quote? Quote woke agenda, but she actually did. So you know, that's interesting, But here's the latest, and this is maybe I mean, literally. I just saw this is a zoo. We were coming online to talk. This before I talk to you is that Twitter Twitter Public policy, which is officially a statement from Twitter has put out a statement in regard to the Ugandan election and it says, quote ahead of the Ugandan election and we're hearing reports that Internet service providers are being ordered to block social media and messaging app. We strongly condemn Internet shot down there usually hardened, full violate basic human rights and the principles of the Hashtags. Open Internet. I don't know if you could possibly be any less self aware than that. I think they're pretty aware they're just totally Incredible at this point, emerald. It's It's painful for me because I was at about 150,000 followers. And, you know, I'm not counting on never being able T be in contact with him again on Twitter. That doesn't mean that there's not other ways to go about developing communication. But this this has really been in many ways, and I think there's a lot of people that even just common shareholders and Twitter yesterday, Twitter was off by 12% at the end of clothes. That's that's a big loss and what normally has been a very good market for them. You know, the NASDAQ finished above water only because of the the the social media firms. So where we at? What is this? What is? How does this begin to change what people do next? Look, everyone's looking at how you can circumnavigate the Twitter shut down the social media band that is happening for conservative. Um, we're gonna have to get innovative. Right. Those alternative voices something that's not in line with the mainstream media that takes their talking points from the Democrats. There's gonna have to get a little innovative and that might take some time. There's a thing. I mean everybody starting the fact that Twitter lost so much in their market share that they are down so much. And in the market, But look, what we have learned is that they will sacrifice On the bottom line for ideology. Yeah. That's just how it is, and that's how most of these platforms are. No. If you're not in line with that, you're just gonna have to find a different way of going about things. The problem is Kevin and you know this well. Is that Republicans had control of the government here for a while, They knew this was coming. Had an opportunity to do something about it. And yet they did not. They will warn the even for people who had no political leanings are from people I know one particular. Um, one particular expert on the front of Google. Dr Epstein. He had warned them that Google was going to shut them down ahead of the 2020 election. And they didn't heed those warnings. They still took Google cash I'm talking about like Senator, I'm like lead. So they have not opportunity to do it. They can't really complain now, but they will. But the common person is just gonna have to look for a different way to find the information right. There's been some new numbers that air out from Rasmus and about how people feel about the 2020 election issues. What what is what is restless and finding Well, it was very interesting. I was actually very surprised to see it. They found that 12% of Democrats don't think that biting won the election fairly. They found that 21% of Democrats favorite, the Senate.

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WTOP

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on WTOP

"Power. Should he lose the election in November. Mr Trump talking to reporters again this afternoon before flying to North Carolina for a healthcare speech. We want to make You're the election is honest, and I'm not sure that it can be. I don't. I don't know that it can be with this whole situation. Mr Trump, referring to what he calls unsolicited balance being sent to voters. Syria was yesterday at the White House. We want to get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very transfer have a very peaceful There won't be a transfer. Frankly, there'll be a continuation of the ballots are at a controlled White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany walked back the president's remarks somewhat, telling reporters that President will accept the election results. The president will accept the results of a free and fair election he will accept. The will of the American people given President Trump's repeated claims, male imbalance or fraudulent despite voting the way himself. It's on ly raising anxiety. This election will not be settled. Come November, 3rd Peter Baker, White House correspondent for The New York Times, joining her own Shawn Anderson and Hilary. How'd earlier to talk about the decidedly bipartisan reaction around Capitol Hill to the president's words? Well, usually as I mean, Democrats obviously are Outraised and so concerned. There's a lot of discussion about this for months with the president trying somehow stay in office, even as the vote didn't go his way. Mostly that's been sort of on the fringes of the fears. But the president, in fact, has put it into the mainstream by refusing to see were embrace. Traditional fundamental tenet of American democracy, which is peaceful transfer of power. Some Republicans came out today to sort of reaffirm the importance of that that fundamental tenet they didn't directly dressed down the president. But they said, absolutely, there should be a peaceful transfer of power. If the president loses the election, and they were kind of repudiating what he said. But it's sort of a fateful moment captures a lot of the fears and anxieties, uncertainties about an election that has a lot of volatile factors right now, and we're hearing a lot that both the Biden and the Trump teams are preparing for a legal fight. And it seems like both sides seemed to think that this might be Bush v. Gore on steroids. Exactly right. You saw what happened. Florida in 2000. Imagine that in four states, five states, maybe 10 states all of it eventually, perhaps getting the Supreme Court and the president told another thing yesterday. That was pretty important told us that reason or at least one reason he wants to rush on the confirmation of a new justice onto the court to replace Justice Ginsburg because he wants to have that justice there Tio boat on his side, he said. If there is such an election dispute, so he's already thinking it had basically to this and remember, they're already from like 150 lawsuits already in the court, you know, filed by both sides tryingto litigate the various rules of this election. So we we are in for a potentially messy, messy in November. So I know you don't cover the court Peter, but one would imagine the president's statement would not sit particularly well with the chief justice. Oh, I think that's right. I think he wants to keep the court out of politics. He's not eager to have judges looked at in a partisan way. One a few times. He sort of rebuked the president and the president referred to Obama judges or Bush judges and the chief justice said there are Obama judges and Bush does there only judges and that they're not supposed to be political actors. Well, this election may put them right in the middle of it is confirmation fight is putting them right in the middle of it. I think that's an uncomfortable place. Chief Justice again. That's New York Times White House correspondent Peter Baker 9 13 President Trump set to hold a rally tomorrow night in Virginia. But health leaders are worried about the crowd's really related to the pandemic. In a letter to the company leasing a hanger for the event at the Newport News, Williamsburg International Airport, a doctor Natasha do amino with the state. How department is warning of a severe public health threat if it goes forward AIDS to Governor Northam also contacting airports around The Commonwealth, saying they have the authority to enforce state laws..

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"On the hour presented by Capital one bank. I'm Peter King in Orlando. We don't know who it will be. But we now have an idea of when President Trump will announce his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court bench. White House correspondent Steven Porter. The presidency's who wait until after Ruth Bader Ginsburg funeral to name his pick and will likely announce it Friday or Saturday. I think it should be. I think the vote the final vote should be taken frankly, before the election with plenty of time for that, Mr Trump tells Fox News. His short list is down to four or five candidates. Over the weekend, he offered praise for two top contenders, saying Amy Cockney Barrett of the seventh Circuit Appeals court is very highly respected, and he called Barbara Lagoa of the 11th circuit, an extraordinary person. He went out of his way to note she's Hispanic. Whoever it is. Majority leader Mitch McConnell has said that he wants to push the nomination through the Senate before the election four years after he blocked then President Obama's free election pick Merrick Garland. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to try and decide this at this last time at this late moment is despicable and wrong and against democracy stocks have taken a nose dive in early trading with Dow losing about 3% of its value since the opening bell. CBS News Business analyst Dill Schlessinger says there's no single reason a combination of factors is forcing the selling everything from U. S. China relations to banks being under further regulatory scrutiny to lockdowns across the globe right now, the Dow is down about 830 points. A California judges sided with we chat users in blocking the Trump administration's coming ban on the APP. Now the administration is fighting back here. CBS is Steve Dorsey. The Commerce Department says it will challenge the order, saying blocking the up in the U. S is necessary to protect the national security of the United States. We checked remains available for download an apple and android app stores. The US has targeted the popular Chinese messaging app, along with Tic Tac, controlled by a Beijing.

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KPCC

01:34 min | 1 year 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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02:25 min | 1 year ago

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"White House correspondent Ben Tracey, First Lady Melania Trump is said to deliver her speech from the newly renovated Rose Garden here at the White House. As for the Biden campaign, It did release a statement calling the first night of the RNC dark and divisive fearmongering with no plan for combating Corona. After pushback from scientists, FDA chief Stephen Han tweets he did overstate the benefits of trading Corona virus patients with plasma from recovered Cove. It 19 sufferers. But on CBS this morning he defended the decision to give it emergency authorization for use These data totally support the emergency use authorization that we issued and we've been working on this for three or four weeks. The big retailer BestBuy reports online sales more than tripled during the second quarter as people at home and the pandemic. Spent more on computers, tablets and appliances at the Foreign desk today, CBS's Vicki Barker has some encouraging health news. Polio has been wiped out in Africa in what medical experts are hailing it as a major milestone. Nigeria the last country on the continent to be declared polio free, it took a huge effort to reach remote and dangerous regions under threat from Islamist violence. Some health workers lost their lives. The Kremlin today brushed off suggestions that Putin opponent Alexis Polly was poisoned and says no criminal investigation is needed. The volley is in a coma in a German hospital. Wall Street right now the Dow is down 189 points. NASDAQ is up 18. This is CBS News. CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you Khun Trust now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my northwest dot com cleanup is underway across parts of Seattle this morning up another anti police demonstration. Officers broke up that crowd on Capitol Hill it on Capitol Hill after some people threw fireworks at the East Precinct and then started a fire outside that building. The group gathered last night to protest that police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, But Seattle police had the crowd turned violent as in March to and from Seattle's West Precinct. Causing damage to businesses along the way and spray painting graffiti and also smashing parking meters on officer was injured. One person was arrested for.

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05:07 min | 1 year ago

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"NEWS White House correspondent Karen Travers deals with these stories and deals with these people every day, and she joins us Now let's go ahead and start off with a new ABC News Washington Post poll. Yeah, I mean, sherry. These poll numbers have been very consistent across. Poles for the last couple of weeks. Now, you know this from ABC News in The Washington Post has the president's approval on the Corona virus pandemic at just 38%. That's down from 46% in late May. He's losing support among independence. He's even losing some support among Republicans, and that's a big trouble spot for them. But the credibility challenge I think is also really important as you mentioned 34% of Americans say they have a great deal or good amount of trust in what he's saying about the virus, and 2/3 say you don't trust him that much. Or at all. And remember what happened this week. The White House launched this Kind of covert. But then out in the open campaign of criticism against Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, somebody that polls continue to show Americans really have a lot of strong trust and faith in the White House started criticizing him this week bodies they, but they say we're his misstatements on the virus, and they faced a lot of backlash for that. So I think it is striking now to see this, you know. You're going to criticize Dr Fauci and you look at this hard data. People are not buying what the president is selling on this pandemic. Yeah, tell me a little bit more about that decision who came up with that political idealist discredit the guy who everyone trusts and who has been giving us accurate information for the past 45 months? Yeah, And as found, she put it this week. Big mistake. You know that This was going to reflect worse on that person than it did on him. You know, he feels he came out of this just fine. And doctor found, she says. Enough is enough. We got to stop focusing on nonsense and focus on controlling the virus. Earlier this week, we obtained this list that the White House had put together of kind of a hit list of things that they say that found, she said, wrong or that he revised his positions on There was a lot of cherry picking here that there were quotes that were not full that were quotes that were from February early March early on in the pandemic, as information was still very much in the beginning phases. Then you have this all blow out into the open with an op ed in the U. S. A today by the president's top trade advisor Peter Navarro. He basically took that list made it into a little op Ed published it and everybody went crazy at the White House. Everybody was disavowing it, saying that that was just his thinking. It wasn't the White House thinking the president didn't agree with that. And we were also told that he didn't go through the normal approval process. So Peter Navarro went rogue cherry. The point of his our bed was essentially what the White House had been shopping around to reporters earlier in the week. He just decided to put it in our bed for Matt and publish it, not to mention if you are. I did something in an op ed like that without the approval of ABC News. He probably getting just a little bit of trouble. I asked the chief of staff that on Air Force one on Wednesday. Is this a fireable offence? He says he's not gonna talk about personnel matters. I said, Well, we find out soon if there was any disciplinary action, and he said he wouldn't get into that. So I sent there The lesson there is You're going to get some criticism and take some heat. But you're going to stay in your job. Okay? So let's look at where we are right now. With the discussion on masks, why did they get to this point? How did it get to this point and the debate over it people saying it's their rights and they don't want to do this. I mean, it's it's been proven that it stops the spread of Corona virus not to get into any of the you know the debate about the medical issues or anything like that. But It became political, and now it's it's. It's just a mess. Yes, and it became political because the president made it political. You know, early on in this, the guidance from the administration was a bit muddled. The surgeon general had tweeted don't buy masks because they were worried about shortages that the people who needed the most medical professionals were going to be ableto happen. Dr. Fauci even echoed that in the early stage of the pandemic. That guidance changed and about 100 some days ago, the CDC was encouraging Americans to wear masks. Well, one very influential person does not wear a mask and that's President Trump, and he has said even this week that there's a time and place for it. He did wear one last weekend at Walter Reed Military Hospital because, he said, the hospital is an appropriate setting. You should wear a mask there. And it was notable then we were expecting, like Could there be this? You know, Big sea change, where he wears a mask on a Saturday and then suddenly more. People say they'll do it this week. Our colleague will speak in his cover the campaign for over a year to talkto. Thousands of Trump supporters went back to somebody he spoke to in April who swore she would never wear a mask. She doesn't agree with it. She thinks it's a personal choice. Once the president were one castle Cherry, she said, Well, now this signals it's getting serious and she was going to wear it. But that was it for the president. We did not see him one wearing one this week when I traveled with him on Wednesday to Atlanta, all of the greeters at the tarmac greeting Airforce one. Everybody was wearing a mask. The governor, his wife, members of Congress, the president came down the steps. He was not wearing one. Okay. ABC is Karen Travis. Thank you for everything you do with the White House and in Washington for us.

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy's Stephen thank you as always for being with us anger a swelling in Iran over this accidental shoot shoot down of the jetliner and the government's attempt to conceal its role in the tragedy is there any end in sight there well it's hard to know Brittany security forces in Iran have reportedly been firing live ammunition and tear gas to disperse these demonstrators the president here at the White House has been tweeting in English and Farsi his support for the protesters in issuing a warning to Iran quote do not kill your protesters thousands of already been killed or imprisoned by you he says in the world is watching more importantly the USA is watching here just the Iranian leaders to turn the internet back on and let reporters roam free it's interesting our colleague Elizabeth Palmer who was in Tehran on Saturday said she was told by the Iranian officials to leave and she is now reporting from London it she says to sign it as she's experienced in the past that the Iranian officials expect unrest in the streets and that is what has come to pass there I'm Steve the president was talking about the killing of general a su Lin Mani saying it really doesn't matter whether there was an imminent threat or not and completely defending what they set out to do but the chairman of the house intelligence committee says the president of fudged the intelligence about that threat can you fill us in on that incongruity sure and and the reason why this question keeps getting asked is because it hasn't fully been answered and in part because the president on Friday added to some of the confusion in all this when he told fox news that he believed it would have been for embassies attacked by Kassem so the money's Coutts force when asked about that on face the nation yesterday by my colleague more a good friend and the defense secretary said he never saw such a threat with regard to four embassies but he agreed with the president's overall view that it's possible that for embassies might have been targeted today in a tweet the president said whether the threat posed by Qassem Soleimani was imminent or not as you note Hillary quote it doesn't really matter because of this horrible past but critics such as chairmanship say that that calls into question whether the strike was preventative or punitive and if it was punitive for Qassem Soleimani he's bad acts in the past the question is whether the strike was legal if so the money was the an official of a military of a country with which the United States was not at war a yes the state department did deem him a terrorist and hit a a they they said that the court's forces a terrorist organization but in the case of Osama bin laden the Congress explicitly authorized the use of force against the plotters of nine eleven the Congress never spoke on this issue of cost and so the money or the qoutes for store or Iran and that's why lawmakers certainly Democrats but also increasingly some Republicans are raising these questions that again have not yet been answered all right Stephen thanks for time this afternoon thanks Steve CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy three fourteen attention all men have **** and Cialis let you down I think your best days are behind you think again the professional discreet doctors from metro men's health can help you now regardless of.

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WTRH

01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Former special counsel Robert Muller is congressional testimony was done wrong this is all a big he said the Russia probe created a phony cloud over his administration and he dismissed the house committee hearings as nonsense this is a very bad thing for our country and the president's predicting it'll be bad news for Democrats in twenty twenty White House correspondent recollection house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he was working with the president during the Miller test a body and Mr Traver made up the throughout the day thank what this poor president had to go through if you sat for three years and hear somebody say a lot about you with each turn the corner get proven correct house Republicans said Muller's testimony and covered no meaningful new information and content it was time to move on Democrats are still pushing for impeachment that has no chance as for Johnson becomes Britain's next prime minister E. lawmakers say a brexit deal renegotiation is not in the cards for European Parliament is warning Boris Johnson not to count on any renegotiation of the brexit deal that his predecessor Theresa may negotiated with the E. U. the blocks brexit steering group says the statements made by Johnson during his campaign to lead the Conservative Party have greatly increased the risk of a disorderly exit of Britain from the block it adds a new deal exit would be economically very damaging even if such damage was not to be infected equally on both parties Johnson has said that he would take Britain up to the E. U. on the brexit departure date of October thirty one come what may Charles of this month London a federal judge in California.

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

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"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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KOMO

05:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Chief White House correspondent Jonathan. Karl congresswoman Alexandria Cossio. Cortes of New York is here for her first Sunday show interview since taking office congressman welcome to this week. Thank you for joining us, Chris. Thank you for having me. So what you said, you watch that whole interview play out. Does this change the calculus on impeachment? I think every day that passes the pressure to impeach growth. And I think that it's justifiable, I think the evidence continues to come in, and I believe that with the president now saying that he is willing to break the law to win reelection. That, that goes that transcends partisanship. It transcends party lines. And this is now about the rule of law in the United States of America. There's a new poll out this morning and BBC news that shows significant growth in democratic support for impeachment and the survey was done before Georgia's interview Pelosi though speaker Pelosi is really held her line on this house that flying with progressives. I think for me this question has should not be about polls. It should not be about elections. I think that, that impeachment is, is incredibly serious. And this is about the presence in evidence at the president may have committed a crime in this case more than one. And so, I believe that, that our decision on impeachments should be based in our constitutional responsibilities and duties, and not in elections or polling that being said with the increase in polls, I think the American people are now recognizing. In, in a much broader scale the depth and the severity of the misconduct coming out of the White House and a demand to protect our institutions and protect the rule of law in the United States, and at least opening an inquiry into into possible misconduct. So how real is that progressive frustration that speaker Pelosi said, at least so far, she seems to be really holding the line that she's not ready to do that. I think it's quite real. I believe that there is a very real. Animus and desire to make sure that we are that, that we are holding this president to account what have you told her about this? Well, you know, I think we come together as a caucus, and we have these conversations and those as, as this bigger likes to say they are family conversations. There are ones that are held in confidence. But I do believe that. That this is truly again. And I've said this publicly said it privately, I've said it when we subpoenaed, the attorney general and secretary Ross today on the census. I mean this week on the census that this is about the rule of law, and we have to make sure that we that we are holding this president account is holding government to account forty one freshman Democrats that are in seats that were held by Republicans. And from everything I've seen virtually all of them. These are your majority makers all of them oppose moving forward with impeachment. I, I would disagree with that assessment. I think that some of these dynamics are changing, I would never, I would very much not say, all of them are opposed to impeachment. I think many of them are extraordinarily concerned about the misconduct coming out, and I I it really you have to look at the process. There is opening an impeachment inquiry. There's the impeachment voted self ROY there may be some that are out on the impeachment vote itself. But I think that there is a growing sentiment. Even among many of these frontliners has we call them swing district. Democrats think we should at least open an inquiry and look into the abundance of evidence, ten counts of -struction of Justice four with rock, solid evidence. We have violations of the emoluments clause, we need to at least open an inquiry so that we can look at what is going on. And that is what opening an impeachment inquiry means, isn't there a risk, and I take your point about not wanting to do this for politics, politics, very real here. If even if. If you open the inquiry, there's a vote, the president is impeached, obviously would still have to be convicted in the in the Senate with a supermajority that's not going to happen. Right. So, don't you risk handing him a political victory here? So there's a couple of scenarios here one, there's always the possibility that you open impeachment inquiry, and it does not result in a referral that we opened the inquiry victory. Look at everything, though, I think that this is about us doing our jobs. And if we're talking about what's going to be victory for Trump and what's not gonna be victory for Trump. Then we are politicizing and we are tainting this process, which should again should be removed from politics that being said, Lindsey Graham himself, set, a very low bar for impeachment in nineteen ninety eight nine in the late nineties with the impeachment of Bill Clinton. That impeachment did not result in a vote by the Senate. But I think for us what we need to really realize. Are we doing our job as a member? Of the house, and the Senate has their entire responsibility. Mitch McConnell has over one hundred bills. He hasn't brought election security to his feet. And let's not forget that he's involved in this mess to his, his wife. Transportation secretary Elaine Chao just was revealed by the New York Times for having a whole web of potential conflict of interest, and as it relates to bringing projects to Kentucky as well. I mean, there's a whole other separate set of issues in the Senate. But I think we need to be concerned with our job in the house. They will be right back after this from our ABC stations. This is the sound of.

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04:03 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Free iheartradio app today. In the White House correspondents dinner was on Saturday night. Trump's Green Bay during around the big award that they give the biggest best journalist of the year is called the Merriman Smith memorial award and the Merriman Smith memorial award was one Saturday night. By reporter from the Washington Post named Josh dossey. You got the award for he broke the story that Donald Trump used the phrase, but whole countries in a closed meeting in the White House situation room that of all the news that happened over the past year that is what wins the award from the White House correspondents. They give a journalist at award for breaking. You don't how you know who broke the story was dick turban Senator dick turban from Illinois was in them meeting any walked out of there. Democrats left the situation started talking to media, but what was going on in there. And it was dick turban that told Josh Hawley that Trump henryford too, but whole countries now just think about with all of the stuff that the. Readily could have been called bombshells or you revelations that that Donald Trump called a bunch of little countries, but whole country's wins the journalism of the year award from the White House correspondence association. So let's go to audio somebody number eleven this is a live EA. Olivier Knox is the chairman or the president or whatever the grand poobah. There is called of the White House correspondent's dinner. They didn't get a comedian this year because Michelle wolf last year, totally blew it up and embarrassed everybody didn't help. So they they got rid of the committee and comedian and instead decided to do sure. Commentaries. Surest discussion of the of the business of White House. And so here's a Livia knocks the president and a portion of his I mean, this is a pity party these people sitting there crying. Don't trip mistreats. Don't. Listen in nearly twenty three years as a reporter. I've been physically assaulted by Republicans and Democrats spat on of crap thrown at me. It was a brief moment in Russian agent. They can for two years save it Trump, stole the election, all the other insults. And yet when Donald Trump responds. I've been shot at I've been spit on. I've been kicked but never. I would. Bye. Going to punch up people can't take it. And it was one of the hallmarks of these people in their world when this shit out you're supposed to take it. You're supposed to laugh it up like a saucer of milk, but you're not ever supposed to reply to respond. If you do then you are the problem. You don't understand how to game is played in Washington. If you wonder how the game is played look at people like Mitt Romney who just sit idly by watch themselves be destroyed their reputations assaulted lies told about their lives. And they game says if you're Republican you sit there and take it if you reply to it, then you are sickening. This is just among the other things that Trump is reversing that he is being secretly, and privately and publicly applauded for numerous times. He.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Rhonda rostrum. Another other help wanted sign hanging out at the White House after homeland security secretary. Here's to Nielsen called it quits Sunday Nielsen's resignation comes amid growing frustration by the Trump administration over the number of southern border crossings just on Friday. The DHS secretary traveled to the US Mexico border with the president to discuss immigration and security on Twitter. Mr. Trump thank Nielsen for her service and announced that customs and border protection. Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan would be taking over as acting homeland security secretary. White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. The chairman of the House Ways and means committees asked the IRS to provide six years of President Trump's personal tax returns and those returns for some of his businesses. But that's something that White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, vowed on Sunday, the Democrats will never see. British Prime Minister Theresa may looking to the opposition. Now for help in finding a compromise Brexit agreement the prime minister has acknowledged there is little chance of winning and warned that without help from the position Brexit could slip through our fingers butts leading consecutive Brexit. Ted take a pre smoke slammed as news twinkling labor in the Brexit talks and blamed her for failing to take prison out of the EU already with the UK once again days away from a deadline for eating European Union. Three days of cross party took so far have ended with no agreements. Karen Shammas London. The Trump administration is expected to announce on Monday, Iran's Revolutionary Guards been designated as a foreign terrorist organization. It's an unprecedented move by the any US administration, and it could have widespread implications for the US personnel and policy in the Middle East and elsewhere around the world. News and analysis at townhall dot com..

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News White House correspondent Steven Portnoy Mara Lago club. The president reportedly told a crowd of donors that Democrats hate Jewish people since they're unwilling to call this what it is press secretary. Sarah Sanders, said Democrats should have more forcefully. Condemned Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan, Omar who suggested backers of Israel have an allegiance to a foreign country. Paul it out by name and take actual action resolution crafted in response to Omar's remarks was broadened to condemn all types of hatred. Sanders was repeatedly asked if the president truly thanks Democrats. Hate Jews question, you the Democrats? Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House time secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is accusing Russia Iran and Cuba of continuing to back. Venezuelan dictator nNcholas. Madero and contributing to the country's economic crisis spoke today at the State Department said those three countries are providing Madero an illegal market in which again sell off his country's resources before he's driven out want to make sure that the resources resources that the Venezuelan people are going to need after mature leaves. We wanna make sure those resources are available for the Venezuelan people and not shipped off to Cuba or to Russia or to Iran Pompeo. Also rejecting allegations the US was responsible for the power outages that have been heading Venezuelan since last week. We are expecting more developments this week in cases connected to special counsel, Robert Muller's investigation among them. The president's former campaign manager Paul Manafort facing another sentencing hearing this time in Washington DC CBS's, Paula Reed was no jury trial. This is a plea deal and going back throughout this case. Judge Amy Berman Jackson has had a lot of issues with Manafort. She started off the case. Admonishing his lawyers for talking to the press. She's left them with a gag order. She's the judge who sent metaphor to prison she revoked his bail for allegedly tampering with witnesses. And this is also the plea deal that Manafort allegedly violated by lying to the special counsel. Does he has all these factors to take into consideration? When she decides whether or not she wants to sentence him for up to ten years judge Berman Jackson is also overseeing the Roger stone case investigations continuing in Ethiopia after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed yesterday morning on route to Nairobi Kenya. Killing all one hundred fifty seven on board which included eight Americans nineteen UN workers, the crash similar to that of the lion. Air jet that crashed near Indonesia last year, killing all one hundred eighty nine on board since that plane was also a Boeing seven three seven max. Eight many airlines have now grounded that model. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. With more on that. Even though the FAA says the Boeing seven thirty. Thirty-seven max, eight planes are still airworthy a number of carriers in China, Indonesia Ethiopia and the Cayman Islands have grounded the plane. The two US airlines that fly this exact version southwest in American are continuing to use it in investigation is already underway. Former F A investigation officials Stephen Wallace experts in the world are on the way to assist the government. Meanwhile on Wall Street Boeing stock took a hit dropping more than five percent. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Southwest Airlines is thirty four of the Boeing jets currently in operation with an order placed for more than two hundred more former NTSB chairman Jim Hall believes Boeing should voluntarily grounded aircraft. I think this blip needs to be addressed by the manufacturer, and they need to do a detailed look and with these black boxes available that will be able to be done in a short term yet at seven on INC. What's happening on Wall Street check in with Tracy jonky, Bloomberg business. It might not look like it's been a tough day. For Wall Street. The Dow is. Is up two hundred points after all the NASDAQ up one hundred fifty s p up forty points. But the Dow sank two hundred forty points this morning entirely because of Boeing the stock has struggled with a report of a second crash involving its new seven thirty-seven max, eight jets at the worst. Boeing shares were down the most since the aftermath of the nine eleven attacks. But recovered somewhat as US airlines stood by the aircraft and the FAA said it.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Details from White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. The plan would take now hidden rebates enjoyed by drug companies and insurers and channel them directly to consumers when they go to pay for their medications patients with high drug copays stand to benefit the most from the proposal and health secretary alexy's are is asking congress to provide the prescription discount to all patients, not just those covered by government programs like Medicare some Democrats say the plan doesn't do enough to lower high prices. Greg Clugston, Washington. The pope has arrived in the United Arab Emirates, the national a statement to English language newspaper in Abu Dhabi this three day. Visit us a dream come true for the country's estimated one million Roman Catholics with the trip Francis is seeking to turn a page in Christian Muslim relations. But while Christians can worship in churches built on land, the native by the conscious Rudas blasphemy. And other tough laws carry a possible death sentence. I'm Charles de LA desma Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam standing firm against calls for him to step down. They're coming from inside his party now over a blade blatantly racist photograph in his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Photo features one person in black face and somebody else in Klan robes. He denies being in the photo. Even though he apologized for being in it just the day before yesterday. He admitted to wearing black face on one occasion. In nineteen Eighty-four. The school is investigating the yearbook the trial of alleged drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, highlighting how pervasive corruption in Mexico complicates US law enforcement fight against the drug cartels jurors began deliberating tomorrow, if her testimony that says Goodman associates.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Entertainment. Glenn Beck program. Surprise thing. Had that happens every hour. I'm I'm trying to jam so much in today. We have already talked to Eric Bolling who is really a chief political correspondent in Washington DC about what he saw what he is his vision on inside the White House was and he was fascinating fascinating. Head real great perspective. We've also had Steve day SU talked about how this is going to play in twenty twenty. And I thought that was fascinating as well. We now have we now have our White House. Correspondent more of a more of a guy who has a a Trump supporter, but he is our White House correspondent, so he'll give us the conservative perspective from the White House point of view. Then Matt Kibi is going to join us from the libertarian perspective and the conservative millennial is going to be joining us here in in just a second as well. Steve. Kent. All of the analysis from the entire spectrum of the conservative movement. It begins right now. This is the Glenn. Nobody. Our White House correspondent,.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Or from White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. The president traveled to the border city of macallan, Texas where he met with border patrol agents and toured a section of the border along the Rio Grande the wall or the steel barrier. They could have any name they want, but we have to have it back here in Washington. Vice president Pence echoed the president's position saying if there's no wall, there's no deal. Greg clugston. The White House payday will come Friday without any pay for about eight hundred thousand federal workers affected by the lingering government shutdown amplifying their stress and triggering emergency financial backup plans for people who don't have sufficient savings to pay for mortgages and bills secretary's day, Mike Pompeo held talks with Egyptian leaders in Cairo on Thursday as he continued to nine nation Mideast tour aimed at reassuring America's Arab partners that the Trump administration is. Not walking away from the region and will maintain pressure on Iran. The United States under President Trump will remain instead best partner in the region for Egypt and others Pompeo met with Egypt's president of del tiles while in Cairo. President Trump's longtime personal lawyer says he will testify publicly before congress next month. Michael Cohen says he'll appear before the house oversight and reform committee, which is looking into hush money payments during the twentieth. Sixteen race to women who claim to having had a fares with Trump. It a written statement Cohen says he looks forward to a chance to give a full incredible account of the events which have transpired is testimony will come less than a month before he reports to prison after being sentenced for lied to congress about his role in a Trump business proposal in Russia. Saga megani? Washington on Wall Street that out by one hundred twenty two points. The NASDAQ rose twenty eight the S and P.

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