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US Effort to Get Americans Out of Kabul Goes On

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

US Effort to Get Americans Out of Kabul Goes On

"The blighted ministration says it will keep working to get the remaining Americans out of Afghanistan U. S. officials say fewer than two hundred Americans are still there and while the military mission is over at the evacuation effort will continue through diplomatic means and we have considerable leverage over the Taliban to ensure that any remaining American citizen will be able to get out White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan on ABC's Good Morning America hours before president Biden's due to make his first public remarks since the official end of America's longest war critics are questioning both his plans to evacuate the Americans and to keep Afghanistan from again becoming a terror he even in the absence of U. S. troops Sager mag ani Washington

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White House: US Has Capacity to Evacuate Remaining Americans

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

White House: US Has Capacity to Evacuate Remaining Americans

"The U. S. says it has the capacity to evacuate the remaining American citizens from Afghanistan before tomorrow's deadline even as rocket firing callable underscores the continuing threat White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan told fox news Sunday there were about three hundred Americans still there and we are working actively in these hours and these days to get those folks out of the U. S. as about twelve hundred people were evacuated the past twenty four hours a steady stream of flights left cobbled even after rocket fire targeted its airport before hitting a nearby neighborhood tomorrow is president Biden's pullout deadline and his top diplomat calls this the most dangerous time in an already extraordinarily dangerous mission Sager mag ani Washington

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University of Virginia Disenrolls 238 Students Who Did Not Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Toby and Chilli

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

University of Virginia Disenrolls 238 Students Who Did Not Get COVID-19 Vaccine

"19 protocols, and they are dis enrolling students who failed to comply with the vaccine mandate. The current policy requires all students who live, learn or work in person at the university be fully vaccinated, and so far 238 students have been dis enrolled for not complying. White House National Security advisor Jake

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Taliban Violently Disperse Rare Protest Days After Takeover

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Taliban Violently Disperse Rare Protest Days After Takeover

"The U. S. and allies are struggling to manage a chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan and relying in part on Taliban cooperation as Afghans and others barrage Kabul's airport in a bid to fleet we have received assurances from the Taliban that they are prepared to provide the safe passage of civilians to the airport the state department's Ned price and White House National Security Advisor Jake's all of it we take it for what it is this is not about trust is about verified Solomon says there have been reports of people being beaten outside the airport this morning the Taliban demanded to see documents before allowing occasional passengers inside and fired warning shots to disperse those trying to push in Sager mag ani Washington

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"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

"White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. A half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing. The report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington The National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the coronavirus pandemic. Visits by skiers to US resorts. Total 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King.

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US to Buy 500M Pfizer Vaccines to Share Globally

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

US to Buy 500M Pfizer Vaccines to Share Globally

"AP sources say the US is set to buy a half billion more doses of Pfizer's coated nineteen vaccine to share globally according to people familiar with the plan president Biden tomorrow will announce the administration's going to buy five hundred million doses for sharing through the global Kovacs alliance to help donate more doses to poor countries around the world White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president sources say two hundred million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year the announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations Sager made Ghani Washington

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"white house national security" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"white house national security" Discussed on WTOP

"Is reporting that Iran will free prisoners with Western ties in exchange for $7 billion. That's B as in billion Bravo from the United States and £400 Million from the United Kingdom. But White House National Security advisor Jake Sullivan tells ABC s this week no deal has been reached. There is still a fair distance to travel to close the remaining gaps. And those gaps are over what sanctions The United States and other countries will roll back there over what nuclear restrictions Iran will accept on its program to ensure But they could never get a nuclear weapon, and our diplomats will keep working at that over the coming weeks. Negotiations are underway in Vienna and getting Iran to rejoin the nuclear deal. U. S troops are now withdrawing from Afghanistan. CBS News correspondent Charlie Daggett a reports The Taliban is marking the first day of draw, John With an attack. The Afghan National Security advisor told us they're expecting an escalation in Taliban attacks over the next few weeks, not necessarily against U. S forces. It's not in the Taliban's interests to get in the way of America's exit. All American troops should be out by September, President Biden set the date to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Just ahead here on w T o P. We have traffic and weather and then the president's 1st 100 days and what's ahead of that? It's 5 36, sometimes in business. The unexpected comes calling from rent increases to increased orders to I'm going to say it unprecedented times, but don't bounce back. Bounds forward with Comcast business.

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Joe Biden signs $1.9tn stimulus bill into law

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Joe Biden signs $1.9tn stimulus bill into law

"Held at the White House Rose Garden on Friday to celebrate of becoming law. The measure includes $1400 stimulus checks for millions of Americans and an extension of unemployment benefits, White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan said. The cyber attack against Microsoft Systems is

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Law enforcement officials warn of new threat on US Capitol in Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Law enforcement officials warn of new threat on US Capitol in Washington, DC

"Law enforcement across the board are keeping their eyes peeled for anything suspicious concerning security around the Capitol building. Capitol police warning that a militia group whom they did not identify, might be plotting the attack to attack the building tomorrow. Conspiracy theorists believe that tomorrow March 4th will be the day that Donald Trump is inaugurated and reinstalled is president's separately tonight the FBI and Homeland security issuing a new Bolton that was obtained by CBS News, It is urging local authorities to report any suspicious activity, warning that potential violence is most likely to be committed by lone offenders or small cells, using simple tactics and easy to acquire weapons. Because of all this, the House is canceling tomorrow's session. But the big question is whether Not anything will happen More from w. T O p National security correspondent J. J Green he wants intelligence and national security officials have been conducting daily calls with FBI, Metropolitan Police Secret Service and U S. Capitol police and they've been going on for about two weeks, led by the White House National Security Council every evening and, according to sources, what they talked about is what's the threat level? Is anyone seeing or aware of any threats? What's the general threat for the National Capital area and early this morning of joining? Diligence bulletin was sent out to all of the key players and, according to several sources, it was very general on. They mentioned threats that they've been aware of for more than a month, so there was no new threat information to be concerned

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Sullivan says Biden ready for talks with Iran over nuclear program

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Sullivan says Biden ready for talks with Iran over nuclear program

"The head of the u n nuclear watchdog says iran will continue to offer access to nuclear sites but with less access. Iran has been trying to pressure europe in the biden administration into returning to the twenty twenty-fifth nuclear deal white house national security advisor. Jake sullivan i. Joe biden is intent determined to prevent iran from getting a nuclear weapon. Second he believes that hard headed clear. Eyed diplomacy is the best way to do that and so he's prepared to go to the table to talk to the iranians about how we get strict constraints back on their nuclear program. That offers still

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Iran warns Biden as it pushes ahead with plan to cut nuclear inspections

3 Dimensional Wealth

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Iran warns Biden as it pushes ahead with plan to cut nuclear inspections

"The U. N nuclear watchdog says Iran will continue to offer access to nuclear sites but with less access. Iran has been trying to pressure Europe in the Biden administration into returning to the 2015 nuclear deal. White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan first Joe Biden is intent determined to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. Second, he believes that hardheaded, clear eyed diplomacy is the best way to do that. And so he's prepared to go to the table to talk to the Iranians about how we get strict constraints back on their nuclear program. That offer still stands. Sullivan on CBS's face The Nation.

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Millions in Texas Are Left Without Safe Drinking Water

WSJ What's News

01:08 min | 10 months ago

Millions in Texas Are Left Without Safe Drinking Water

"As we've been reporting all week the fallout of severe winter. Weather in texas is far reaching more than fourteen. Million people in the state are without safe drinking water cities including austin houston and san antonio are under boil water notices until monday. The state's governor greg. Abbott and president biden spoke thursday evening. Wsj white house reporter can. Thomas has details. The white house said biden told abbott that the federal government would continue to work hand in hand with the state and local authorities. The white house approved an emergency declaration for texas last weekend but biden told abbott during the call that the administration was ready if texas or other parts of the region needed additional federal disaster support white house national security advisers have been monitoring the storm and fema has been rushing generators food and blankets to texas white house officials say they will be in close coordination with texas during the weekend the power outages and supply problems tied to the storm are constraining operations at restaurants and

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"white house national security" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Stabbed his family to death and their dog. Lawrence's punishment. 36 year old Adam Roth will spend the rest of his life in a mental health institution after stabbing four family members, killing his wife, Dominique Roth and her sister last March in the town of Wonka's Shaw in suburban Milwaukee, telling investigators that the Corona virus was coming and that he had to save them to other family members heard the family dog also stabbed to death. Roth pled not guilty to two counts of intention. Homicide and two counts of attempted murder and other charges by reason of mental disease or defect. Jeff Man also Fox News, White House National Security adviser, Robert O'Brien cut his European trip short to return to the U. S. And deal with a suspected major attack on U. S agencies by Russian hackers. On Sunday, it was revealed multiple federal agencies had been hacked. The global attacks appear to also have targeted corporations around the world. The Trump Administration denies endangered species protection for the monarch butterfly, which is on the verge of collapse at once Common orange and black site in gardens will not get protection under the Endangered Species Act. Despite meeting the criteria, federal officials saying no action will likely be taken for years because there are other species with higher priority. Environmentalists say the delay could spell disaster for the butter. Fly, which helps pollinate wildflowers and serves as an important food source for small creatures. Lillian Whoa, Fox News and Mariah Carey's holiday hit officially returns to number one on Billboard's hot 100,.

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Tech Giants Face New Regulations in Europe

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Tech Giants Face New Regulations in Europe

"Heading into the us elections in november facebook along with other digital platforms said. It would block ads about social issues elections and politics as part of an effort to curb misinformation now. Facebook says it's allowing political ads for georgia's runoff elections. The decision which follows a similar move by. Google comes after feedback from experts advertisers that the platforms are critical for reaching voters especially during the pandemic facebook. Says it will continue to prohibit. Add that contained false claims or which de-legitimize the runoffs spokeswoman says the company will announce when the broader political ad blackout is lifted. We've been talking about the suspected. Russian hack of us federal agencies and businesses thousands of customers of the texas based software provider solar winds that may have been exposed by a back door installed in a software update. We talked about this on the show yesterday. And there are signs that the trump administration is growing more alarmed about the hack yesterday. The white house national security advisor cut short a european trip to address the issue or puerto. David bertie says as we learn more about this attack. It's how global supply chains that. Make it much harder for companies to protect themselves. Will if you think about whatever company it is you work for. Think of all of the companies that send you equipment. Think of all of these software providers that use to log onto your computer systems all the independent contractors that work for your company depending on the size of your organization that could be hundreds if not thousands of different entities so what that does to use cybersecurity parlance is expand the attack surface attackers could essentially go into each one of those specific companies or organizations as a way into your organization depending on what sort of data access they have so really sort of is emblematic of how these sprawling supply chains. Oftentimes stretch around. The globe can really provide a lot of security issues. Companies

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Pentagon to cut troop levels to 2,500 in Afghanistan, Iraq

the NewsWorthy

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Pentagon to cut troop levels to 2,500 in Afghanistan, Iraq

"Trump the pentagon to bring a couple of thousand more american troops home from afghanistan and iraq and now the pentagon announced it's happening by january fifteen there are currently about forty five hundred troops in afghanistan and three thousand in iraq. This new directive will bring troop levels down to twenty five hundred in each country. The white house national security advisor said the decision fulfilled trump's campaign promise to bring an end to what he called america's endless wars and a top senior defense official told reporters the twenty. Five hundred troops can accomplish. They've been doing with thousands more but not. Everyone is on board with the decision reuters reports some senior lawmakers from both parties worry it could undermine security in the middle east and hurt fragile peace talks with the taliban they say if troops left now before the taliban agrees to america's and lowers violence the us would have nothing left to negotiate in fact former defense secretary mark esper- who was just fired last week was against bringing more troops home unless conditions in afghanistan improved. I but other say it's okay as long as the draw down is responsibly and carefully executed. Reuters reports the exact detailed plans have not yet been finalized.

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"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

"Available in every subject in terms of conditions under which the farmers with furniture and exchanges Some of President Trump's advisors are worried he might lose the White House, so they're advising him to be a little less aggressive in tonight's final debate with Joe Biden. Remember the first debate. I just want. I want to make sure you're dead last in your class, but there's a mute button this time. I think it can make some of the difference. Communications expert Jason Mallika of American University in Washington. However, as we've seen time and time again, the president will find a way to have his voice heard. Even with his mic off, he will find a way to make sure that he has heard Joe Biden and his inner circle think the president's being deliberately contentious to try to deflect attention from the corona virus crisis and other national troubles. Biden's leading in the polls with less than two weeks until election Day. The debates at nine Eastern time tonight I'm Rita Folly. The White House. National Security advisor says there's evidence foreign governments are tampering with the U. S presidential election. National security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and some other countries that he wouldn't name. Are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn Washington National Security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and so Mother countries that he wouldn't name are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn, Washington I might cross CIA reporting, President Trump walks back his decision to hold off on you Corona virus stimulus until after the election. Hours after shutting down talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on additional Cove in 19 relief until after the election. President Donald Trump backtracked. Trump took to Twitter Tuesday night and called for Congress to send him a stand alone bill for stimulus checks. Trump tweeted. I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening? Nancy, The president also called on Congress to immediately approved $25 billion for airlines and $135 billion for the Paycheck protection program to help small businesses. Earlier Tuesday, Trump had tweeted the Pelosi was not negotiating in good faith, and he asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to focus on confirming Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett might Gracia Washington. Thank you Lost £15.4.

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"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

"Committee chairman Republican Lindsey Graham, you have much to be proud of. In terms of how you served. Her country thus far. With Amy Barrett. The best is yet to come by Democrat Dick Durbin said President Trump shouldn't be putting a judge on the Supreme Court so close to an election. You're the first nominee. For a vacancy on the Supreme Court to the considered after July 1st of the election year. In fact, you're the first nominee to ever be considered in the midst of an election still ahead, a panel of legal experts testified for and against her nomination. I'm Rita Foley. The White House. National Security advisor says there's evidence foreign governments are tampering with the U. S presidential election. National security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and some other countries that he wouldn't name. Are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn Washington National Security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and so Mother countries that he wouldn't name are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn, Washington I, Mike Rossi, a reporting president, Trump walks back his decision to hold off on you. Corona virus stimulus until after the election. Hours after shutting down talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on additional Cove in 19 relief until after the election. President Donald Trump backtracked. Trump took to Twitter Tuesday night and called for Congress to send him a stand alone bill for stimulus checks. Trump tweeted. I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening? Nancy, The president also called on Congress to immediately approved $25 billion for airlines and $135 billion for the Paycheck protection program to help small businesses earlier. Tuesday. Trump had tweeted the Pelosi was not negotiating in good faith, and he asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to focus on confirming Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett might Grazia Washington. Thank you When you suddenly have to be productive at home, you find out certain things.

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"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

"New covert cases on Saturday. That's more than double the previous high. Sent on July 30th Shelly Antler AP News The White House National Security advisor says there's evidence foreign governments are tampering with the U. S presidential election. National security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and some other countries that he wouldn't name. Are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn Washington National Security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and so Other countries that he wouldn't name are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn, Washington I, Mike Rossi, a reporting president, Trump walks back his decision to hold off on you Corona virus stimulus until after the election. Hours after shutting down talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on additional Cove in 19 relief until after the election. President Donald Trump backtracked. Trump took to Twitter Tuesday night and called for Congress to send him a stand alone bill for stimulus checks. Trump tweeted. I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening? Nancy, The president also called on Congress to immediately approved $25 billion for airlines and $135 billion for the Paycheck protection program to help small businesses earlier. Tuesday. Trump had tweeted the Pelosi was not negotiating in good faith, and he asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to focus on confirming Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney..

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"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

"She'll debate I'm to McGuire with an AP News MINUTE Vice President Mike Pence Democratic challenger Kamala Harris debate tonight in Salt Lake City University of Michigan Debate director Aaron Call expects pence to be the more aggressive I think it's going to be there for debate. I certainly wouldn't underestimate my fence after performance the teacher delivered in 2016. He and there's so much at stake this time. There's a lot of pressure for on him. For Harris, the debate is an opportunity to outline how the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, would stabilize the country, especially in resolving the pandemic and addressing racial injustice. Debate comes as President Trump continues to recover after testing positive for the Corona virus and spending last weekend in the hospital. The impact of the outbreak is emerging. All but one of the Pentagon's Joint Chiefs of Staff are in quarantine more than 1000. White House staffers have been diagnosed with Corona virus. I'm Tim Maguire, The White House National Security advisor says there's evidence foreign governments are tampering with the U. S presidential election. National security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and some other countries that he wouldn't name. Are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn Washington National Security adviser, Robert O'Brien says the United States will not tolerate any election interference from foreign countries, telling his Russian counterpart to stay out of the November election. O'Brien at a security summit in Salt Lake City, says the Russians told him they weren't planning to interfere. But there's already evidence that they have, he says. There are signs China, Iran and so Um other countries that he wouldn't name are also meddling in U. S politics. Jackie Quinn, Washington I might cross CIA reporting, President Trump walks back his decision to hold off on you Corona virus stimulus until after the election. Hours after shutting down talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on additional Cove in 19 relief until after the election. President Donald Trump backtracked. Trump took to Twitter Tuesday night and called for Congress to send him a stand alone bill for stimulus checks. Trump tweeted. I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening? Nancy, The president also called on Congress to immediately approved $25 billion for airlines and $135 billion for the Paycheck protection program to help small businesses earlier. Tuesday. Trump had tweeted the Pelosi was not negotiating in good faith, and he asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to focus on confirming Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett might Grazia Washington. Average weight loss was £15.4 in 9.8 inches called canceled for 14 days without a delivery charge to chip every four weeks. Policy. What do you want to lose £18 fast and improve your health. Now you can lose up to £18 in your first two months with Nutrisystem. You'll.

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"white house national security" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fayetteville, North Carolina last night, as he promised to nominate a with AH woman this week, Mourners held vigils across the country in the nation's capital. People packed the street in front of the Supreme Court last night to celebrate Justice Ginsburg's life. NPR's Daniel Kurtz, Levin was there. The vigil was part Memorial Service, paying respects to Ginsberg and her Jewish faith with prayer and blowing the shofar. It was also part political rally Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren or some of the loudest cheers of the night, speaking forcefully against the possibility of Republican senators, led by Majority leader Mitch McConnell. Trying to confirm a new justice this close to election day. Mitch McConnell believes that this fight is over what does not understand. Is this fight has just be. Oh, McConnell has said that this Senate would vote on a nominee, but he has not given a time frame for when that could happen. Danielle Kurt Slaven NPR NEWS Washington ISn't Trump says he's approving a deal to save the social media app. Tic tac, averting a band set out there that have been set to take effect of midnight tonight. NPR's Bobby Allen reports. The agreement will give American companies control of US user data on the Chinese at a software company. Oracle and Wal Mart will together own 20% of a new company called TIC Tac Global Oracle Store all of Tic Tac's US user data, WalMart will invest in TIC TAC and bring its e commerce to the AP. Trump says the agreement resolves the White House's national security concerns with TIC Tac. But experts say the deal falls short of a complete sale and Beijing based bite Dance retains much of the power. Tic Tac says four of the five board members of the new company are American, including Wal Mart CEO Doug McMillon. The Commerce Department confirms it's delaying its tic Tac van. The new deal awaits approval from regulators. Bobby Allen NPR NEWS SAN Francisco people along the Texas Cole's preparing for Tropical Storm beta betas, slowly moving over their Gulf of Mexico expected to make landfall sometime tomorrow. On the West Coast. Strong winds are fanning the flames of a wildfire burning in the mountains north east of Los Angeles. Bobcat fires prompted authorities to issue evacuation orders in Oregon and Washington state cooler damper weather is aiding firefighting efforts. This is NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky as the nation continues to mourn Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her loss is being felt acutely in the Brooklyn neighborhood where she grew up. W. N. Ice's Glen Hogan reports. Ginsberg's childhood home sits on a quiet, tree lined street in a residential neighborhood in south Brooklyn, though she hadn't lived in the house for decades. On Saturday morning, some Mourners came by to drop off flowers and pay respects. Danielle Gounon went to the same high school that Ginsberg attended. She says the justice left her mark on generations of students. Junin remembers meeting Ginsberg at the Supreme Court. We were all working class kids, but we all knew that we could grow up. I used to say, I want to be a Supreme Court justice, so in many ways, she was all of our heroes. Your governor, Andrew Cuomo wants to build a statue for Ginsburg in her home borough of Brooklyn. 86 people were arrested yesterday at demonstrations around the city calling for the abolishment of the Immigration.

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"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is really a collaboration between physicians and veterinarians. Health officials, for example, in Minnesota state public veterinarian deals with zoonotic diseases Rabies, for example. Animals are sentenced for humans, humans or sentence for some infections. There's more valuable information at a the dot or Russia is now blaming the United States for a tense confrontation in Syria, in which Russian military vehicles and helicopters surrounded US armored vehicles, leaving a number of U. S troops injured. The White House National Security Council said in a statement that Russian vehicles struck a U. S mine resistant all terrain vehicle, causing injuries to the vehicle's crew, A U. S military official said. That Russian forces were operating inside a designated security a zone that they had agreed to stay out of. There have been many encounters between Russian and U. S forces on the ground in Syria. Some have been tense. But the official said the incident earlier this week was the first time in American troop was injured in such a confrontation. The injuries were minor, but the U. S officials called the Russian forces actions reckless. For those of you who are video gamers out there. Epic games launched the new season of the hit videogame fortnight, hitting Marvel superheroes against the Fantastic Four and the first update to exclude iPhone and iPad users due to a legal fight with Apple. Many users took to Twitter to complain about missing out on an otherwise exciting event for the global gaming community. While some raved about the latest version, Apple has removed the game from its APP store after Epic games, challenged the company's policy of taking a cut of purchases made inside the APP..

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"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"International travel Department right now at low cost airlines 800 to 155141 800 to 1551 for one. That's 800 to 15 51 41. Russia is now blaming the United States for a tense confrontation in Syria in which Russian military vehicles and helicopters surrounded US armored vehicles, leaving a number of U. S troops injured. The White House National Security Council said in a statement that Russian vehicles struck a U. S. Mine resistant all terrain vehicle, causing injuries to the vehicle's crew. A U. S military official said that Russian forces were operating inside a designated security a zone that they had agreed to stay out of. There have been many encounters between Russian and U Forces on the ground in Syria. Some have been tense. But the official said the incident earlier this week was the first time in American troop was injured in such a confrontation. The injuries were minor, but the U. S officials called the Russian forces actions reckless. For those of you who are video gamers out there. Epic games launched the new season of the hit videogame fortnight, hitting Marvel superheroes against the Fantastic Four and the first update to exclude iPhone and iPad users due to illegal flight with Apple. Many users took to Twitter to complain about missing out on an otherwise exciting event for the global gaming community. While some raved about the latest version, Apple has removed the game from its APP store after Epic games, challenged the company's policy of taking a cut of purchases made inside the APP. Allowing users to pay epic directly at a cheaper price, dubbed the nexus wore. The new version features Marvel characters, including Thor Iron Man He Hulk Storm and Doctor Doom for use a radio news. I'm John Hunt, so eventually also do you know where you're welcome to financial issues where we align reality with truth. Conservative talk radio. You can count on financial issues that you need to know well preserved for our Children, the last best hope of man on Earth, or we'll sentence them to take the last step into 1000. Years of Wei will simply applied a government that common sense that we all used in our daily lives. Now, here's your host, Dan Celia. But in this country we don't look to career politicians for salvation in America. We don't turn to government restore ourselves. We put our faith in the almighty God..

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"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Why you move dot com Rush. A is now blaming the United States for a tense confrontation in Syria in which Russian military vehicles and helicopters surrounded US armored vehicles, leaving a number of U. S troops injured. The White House National Security Council said in a statement that Russian vehicles struck a U. S. Mine resistant all terrain vehicle, causing injuries to the vehicle's crew. A U. S military official said that Russian forces were operating inside a designated security a zone that they had agreed to stay out of. There have been many encounters between Russian and U. S. On the ground in Syria. Some have been tense. But the official said the incident earlier this week was the first time in American troop was injured in such a confrontation. The injuries were minor, but the U. S officials called the Russian forces actions reckless. For those of you who are video gamers out there. Epic games launched the new season of the hit videogame fortnight, pitting Marvel superheroes against the Fantastic Four and the first update to exclude iPhone and iPad users due to illegal flight with Apple. Many users took to Twitter to complain about missing out on an otherwise exciting event for the global gaming community. While some raved about the latest version, Apple has removed the game from its APP store after Epic games, challenged the company's policy of taking a cut of purchases made inside the APP. Allowing users to pay epic directly at a cheaper price, dubbed the nexus wore. The new version features Marvel characters, including four iron man She Hulk Storm and Doctor Doom for Use Radio News. I'm John Hunt. Over the years. You've brought them into your home. They were prescribed opioids after the C section when Dad injured his back when your basketball star tours a C l.

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"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"white house national security" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Why you move dot com Russia is now blaming the United States for a tense confrontation in Syria, in which Russian military vehicles and helicopters surrounded US armored vehicles, leaving a number of U. S troops injured. The White House National Security Council said in a statement that Russian vehicles struck the U. S. Mine resistant all terrain vehicle, causing injuries to the vehicle's crew. A U. S military official said that Russian forces were operating inside a designated security a zone that they had agreed to stay out of. There have been many encounters between Russian and U. S forces on the ground in Syria. Some have been tense. But the official said the incident earlier this week was the first time in American troop was injured in such a confrontation. The injuries were minor, but the U. S officials called the Russian forces actions reckless. For those of you who are video gamers out there. Epic games launched the new season of the hit videogame fortnight, hitting Marvel superheroes against the Fantastic Four and the first update to exclude iPhone and iPad users due to a legal flight with Apple. Many users took to Twitter to complain about missing out on an otherwise exciting event for the global gaming community. While some raved about the latest version, Apple has removed the game from its APP store after Epic games, challenged the company's policy of taking a cut of purchases made inside the APP. Allowing users to pay epic directly at a cheaper price, dubbed the nexus wore. The new version features Marvel characters, including Thor Iron Man She Hulk Storm and Doctor Doom for use a radio news. Sometimes life is wonderful,.

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Russia Blames US for Syria Confrontation

Business Rockstars

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Russia Blames US for Syria Confrontation

"Now blaming the United States for a tense confrontation in Syria, in which Russian military vehicles and helicopters surrounded US armored vehicles, leaving a number of U. S troops injured. The White House National Security Council said in a statement that Russian vehicles struck the U. S. Mine resistant all terrain vehicle, causing injuries to the vehicle's crew. A U. S military official said that Russian forces were operating inside a designated security a zone that they had agreed to stay out of. There have been many encounters between Russian and U. S forces on the ground in Syria. Some have been tense. But the official said the incident earlier this week was the first time in American troop was injured in such a confrontation. The injuries were minor, but the U. S officials called the Russian forces actions reckless.

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1st deadlines for laid-off workers to get health insurance

Chris Plante

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

1st deadlines for laid-off workers to get health insurance

"White House national security adviser Robert o'brien says the U. S. government will likely impose sanctions on China if Beijing implements a national security law that would give it greater control over a Thomas Hong Kong Hong Kong police fire tear gas at a popular shopping district as hundreds protest the proposed national security

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2 Americans charged in plot to overthrow Venezuelan leader

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

2 Americans charged in plot to overthrow Venezuelan leader

"The White House National Security Council is denied United States involvement in an apparent failed plot to overthrow the Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro in a statement on Twitter the security council said that it had been involved the action would have been over at direct and effective the Venezuelan authorities have charged to you it U. S. citizens with terrorism and

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"white house national security" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"white house national security" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"On her window ledge when she toppled over come on lady you certain for seven stories up on a window ledge well seventy six seventy six yeah yeah when I'm seventy six I'm not sitting on a window sill so Anthony regained real he's fifty he was smoking a cigarette on his lunch break and he heard a noise it was Lyle like rocks falling on the platform above me says I turn I ducked when I turn back there was a lady on the floor she turned to her side and groaned I thought she was dead Dante macfarlane age twenty two saw the aftermath of the horror I was shocked I went inside the store came back out and she was there on the floor well Cobb said she struck a second for terrorists before landing on cardboard boxes on the street level she was taken to the hospital where she's being tested or treated for a broken ankle that's it while she's going to have gum well that's the sevens and you live in look it and your seventy six it's unbelievable that's one tough lady it is one tough lady Lindsey Graham is the says that he will oppose and the effort to compel hunter Biden to testify buddy a he says I don't wanna call hunter Biden I want to call Joe Biden I wanna someone someone to look at this when this is done I don't think it's wrong for us to look at the Biden connection to Ukraine the three million given to the vice president's son by the most corrupt company in the Ukraine however he added to my Republican friends you may be upset about what happened in the Ukraine with the bidens but this is not the venue to litigate that well actually it is I mean because that's why the presence being impeached Republicans like rand Paul have repeatedly threaten to subpoena hunter Biden of Democrats follow through on their intention to some of the former White House national security guys John Bolton rand Paul and his colleague Ted Cruz have suggested the idea of witness reciprocity allowing Democrats to call a witness to testify in exchange for Republican witness Lindsey Graham acknowledging he will need several Republican senators to vote with them to prevent a subpoena of hunter Biden and that he doesn't yet know of other senators who would join so we'll see what happens when to me this is the central issue of the whole isn't is it not my missing something and he keeps saying that but then he doesn't want to compel hunter but he was compelled Joe Biden but it doesn't want to compel hunter buying well I'll settle free the one to be quite honest with you just get in there and find out what was going on why was Joe Biden having a prosecutor who was investigating Boris but why do you have a fire now Joe may be able to demonstrate that the guy was corrupt you know on other levels but it seems rather a coincidence doesn't here's the other question I would ask Joe to Joe did you know your son was working for bill Richmond fifty thousand dollars a month no Joe's gonna say I'm not and I didn't know that I'm gonna find that hard I'm calling bovines get television that I find that hard to believe but if he does say yes I knew then say well then why didn't you recuse yourself from the whole Ukraine thing you got a son who's in the midst of all this stuff he's working for what your own Obama's own state department referred to as a corrupt entity their words and you're going to go over there and make them stop investigating it by withholding a billion dollars doesn't that seem rather odd to you this is what gets me I mean we've got this situation where hunter Biden's working for corrupt alive these this is what we know Boris my is corrupt the Obama administration said they were corrupt their state department so they were corrupt they were labeled by the state department as a corrupt entity and the vice president's son is working for this corrupt entity the state department knows this are you trying to tell me they didn't tell Joe Biden about it I find it impossible to believe somebody didn't tell them or even know or they weren't sitting around thanksgiving dinner something Hey dad got this cool gig right making fifty grand a month and I only had to show up I just find it impossible to believe that it is now but if you didn't well why didn't someone at the state department I want somebody telling but at the same time if you didn't know you going this is again this is all what we don't do number wrist was corrupt hunter Biden's working for Boris mid fifty grand a month it is obviously a conflict of interest if you have your father go in and get the guy who's investigating this coming year working for this this gravy train that you're on and threatening a billion dollars in in money from the United States if he doesn't get fired I think that's a well so at the very least can we all agree even the our liberal friends I know you're shaking and the little girl no it's not true you can if this let me tell you if this wouldn't trump it would all we would be a slam dunk you go of course this is corruption and I would be with you why change you would knowledge that when you have a politician son raking in big piles of done because his old man's the vice president did it reeks of corruption that may not be technically anything that you can do about that it looks bad so we have an unappealing serve impropriety why did Joe then continue to go over there and hammer the folks in Ukraine knowing his son was working for a company I mean of all the gin joints in all the world had to be working crane how does that happen and then Joe leaves and goes to China will guess what hundreds on I'm on the board over over double company in China too how does this happen how does this happen I wonder if he was on the board of a company in bug a bug a boo boo one of these countries that Biden never went to probably not it seems rather a coincidence that everywhere Joe's in charge of whatever with the country and you know as vice president in charge of a whole lot so I'm going to funerals of dead leaders and occasionally breaking a tie in the Senate of after that's all the bread bites for the so he's in charge of two countries that he's they put in his palm I'll support my angel are you crazy and trying to so which happen is a chicken or egg thing that hunter then get the job after his father father was named a point man on these two places or you know what happened to Joe call him and tell him a champ I'm gonna be point man in Ukraine's if you get a giggle with the I don't know when it will that's the whole point doesn't it doesn't it deserve a second look well that's what trump was saying trucks all calling going Hey Dennis look bad do you check into this Wayne you're up next weighing what's up Wayne hello that when you're winning right yes okay I know just dawned on you how you doing Wayne my gosh the call in and a standard greeting befitting your title is lower global Brett would thank you so much low fillable Britain would about twenty five seconds okay greetings and salutations lord fillable Brent would admiral of the leaky bottom baby the man the legend all of your women's lustful desires of men's NC the man who when I asked boxer briefs with a devilish grin replies just depends our model of the leaky bottom maybe I like that especially for Friday I need that I need that framed so I appreciate that very much anyway then would go yeah yeah I have a good weekend you too the leaky bottom navy yeah when Craig himself up that is me by the way speaking my leaky bottom I'm checking I'm so nervous about it now I got a camera in the build the car my oldest gaming a year or so ago I don't know why I didn't think of that before we probably have a son both I check that thing several times a day just to make sure there's no water for who maybe it's time to get a new boat I don't know what else we got for all that's basically it folks good night drive carefully it's impeachment stuff I'm you know we would play you but let me see hold on one second I say we would play you we got and okay this is Lindsey Graham in his own words about the Ukraine saying to my democratic friends I stood with you when you call for an outside entity to look at president trump I am now asking you to allow somebody outside of politics to look at what happened with the bidens and with John Kerry step son and others when it comes to the Ukraine and you go I mean is that too much to ask but you see you can't do that all no no no no no no no he says we need to find out what happened I think it's very important to find out what happened why the prosecutor was fired how the system could let this go on challenge how the secretary of state step son could be on the payroll of this company one oh the secretary of state's step son on the payroll that would be Joan rolled during the plot thickens does not so here's Jay Sekulow this is what George us not allow Phyllis was trying to get away from a cut cut cut come to me coming up and he's talking about what might happen tomorrow when the Republicans actually get the microphone I think you'll see a I guess we call it a a trailer coming coming attractions the best way to say it but obviously we have three hours to put it out so we'll we'll take whatever times a proper during that three hours kind of lay out what the case will look like the exactly what I said earlier I said what they need to do is give a big Ole preview of things to come on Monday so they can take three hours ago laid out some things give you a you know a trailer of the big main event that's gonna coming on Monday and so we'll see what happens with that back to Lindsey Graham ladies and gentleman and he said the impeachment managers are telling us that the bike now allegations have actually been investigated bottles a plaque untruth nobody has done an investigation anywhere near like the mall or investigation of the binds and I think they should and when this is over the Congress will do it if we can't have an outside entity do it then don't you think that's what bars do I hope that's what bars doing now.

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Protesters defy heavy police presence in Tehran

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Protesters defy heavy police presence in Tehran

"Iran's president met with the emir of Qatar in Tehran Sunday while there was a heavy police presence in the streets demonstrators have been shouting anti government slogans after the revolutionary guard admitted that it shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane last week killing one hundred and seventy six people this woman who was not among the protesters tells the Associated Press three days of the Niles must have added to the suffering of the families of those killed and for that she feels ashamed and sad is that I thought I thought I White House national security adviser Robert o'brien tells A. B. C.'s this week this is a regime that's reeling from Max from pressure they're reeling from there I incompetence in this situation and the people of Iran are are just

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Protesters defy heavy police presence in Tehran

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Protesters defy heavy police presence in Tehran

"Iran's president met with the emir of Qatar in Tehran Sunday while there was a heavy police presence in the streets demonstrators have been shouting anti government slogans after the revolutionary guard admitted that it shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane last week killing one hundred and seventy six people this woman who was not among the protesters tells the Associated Press three days of the Niles must have added to the suffering of the families of those killed and for that she feels ashamed and sad is that I'm not I'm not I'm white house national security adviser Robert o'brien tells A. B. C.'s this week this is a race in a thrilling from Max from pressure they're reeling from there I incompetence in this situation and the people of Iran are are just

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John Bolton says he’ll testify in impeachment trial if subpoenaed

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

John Bolton says he’ll testify in impeachment trial if subpoenaed

"Former White House national security adviser John Bolton says yes he'll testify president trump's impeachment trial if he subpoenaed golden's testimony would give a highly anticipated first hand account from a top adviser who was in the room for moments others have already described and it's unclear whether that would help the president or hurt him Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell wants a fast trial and has resisted calling new witnesses the Democrats want to hear from Bolden and others who did not appear during the housing furry Sager mag ani at the White House this is a P.

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"white house national security" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"white house national security" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and Ahmadi Cornish surprising news today from John Bolton he ran the White House National Security Council until September that's where you had a ring side seat to the events that led to president trump's impeachment house Democrats hope to hear from Bolton last year at the time he declined but today Fulton said he would be willing to testify at trump's impeachment trial in the Senate our allies in NPR national political correspondent has been following the twists and turns of this welcome to the studio thanks for having me what change why is bold and saying he's willing to testify in the Senate trial we're not sure why he's changed his mind but what changed was he was involved in a court challenge to a subpoena that had been given to his long time aide Charles Kupperman and Kupperman went to court he sued the White House and the house he said there's a separation of powers clash the judicial branch has to referee this I will honor the subpoena only if a judge tells me too and Bolton had said that whatever the judge decides would apply to he would apply to himself also if he got a subpoena from house well lo and behold the house withdrew the subpoena they might have been worried about losing the case and the judge declared that case moot now Bolton has issued a statement saying since his testimony once again is at issue he has based on careful consideration and studies concluded that if the Senate issues a subpoena for his testimony he will testify he won't go to court to challenge it he will just honor the subpoena that's what's new but he's saying this while the Senate is in this back and forth about how would trial would go right I mean what are the chances that he would even be subpoenaed I think the chances are pretty slim now's the Democrat senator Chuck Schumer has said he wants to hear testimony from Bolton and other White House officials remember Republicans complained repeatedly that the house didn't have enough first hand witnesses and the impeachment inquiry of course that's because the White as blocked almost anyone with first hand knowledge from testifying Bolton is one of those people he had conversations with Donald Trump about the frozen aid he is the highest ranking White House official that we know from testimony from his former aides was trying to get the aid released he very famously described of the the holder of the aid is a drug deal that he didn't want any part of but Mitch McConnell the Republican leader has said it's too early to talk about witnesses he said after the opening statements then we can talk about witnesses and even if Bolton was subpoenaed the White House could go to court to stop the subpoena and say the Bolton was covered by this broad executive testimonial immunity and doesn't even after show up we know that building was concerned at least about how you cream policy was being executed I want to go back to healthy on a hill the Russian expert at the NSC described him in her testimony before the house Abbas the Bolton had looked pains basically indicated with body language that was nothing much you can do about it I need then in the course of that discussion said the Rudy Giuliani was a hunger that that was going to blow everyone up so if John Fulton did testify is there any sense that he'd be a good witness either for Democrats or in defense of the president well that is a good question Democrats clearly assume he'd be a good witness for them based on what hill testified and what other aides said he wasn't a fan of Rudy Giuliani freelancing on Ukraine policy he certainly wanted aid to go to Ukraine because they were involved in a hot war against Russia but there's no guarantee he would be a great when it's for Democrats because he might very likely claim executive privilege for any conversations he had with the president what should we know about him a little bit of context gives idea why this is happening he's a long term time foreign policy hawk very conservative on Iran North Korea and Russia he's also a player in conservative politics he has a couple super pacs he certainly but leave the president should have brought immunity a president any president we don't know exactly why he's coming forward at this time we do know he has a book coming out in the spring that is expected to cover his time in the trump administration NPR's moralizing thank you thank you US allies and the United Nations are condemning president trump's threat to target cultural sites in Iran over the weekend the president tweeted that if tech Ron retaliates for the killing of a top Iranian general the U. S. would target fifty two Iranian sites that's one for every American captured during the Iran hostage crisis and here's Jackie north from reports the president's threat runs counter to international norms cultural treasures have long been collateral damage of conflict and sometimes they've been deliberately targeted the Taliban blew a Buddhist shrines in Afghanistan ISIS destroyed parts of the ancient Syrian city of palm Mara the US has been involved in efforts to protect cultural sites in times of war like those illustrated in the twenty fourteen movie monuments men went art experts and historians try to save priceless art.

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"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"white house national security" Discussed on AP News

"President Donald Trump released nearly $400000000 in military aid to Ukraine after he was briefed on a whistle blower complaint about his dealings with that nation according to 2 officials not authorized to discuss the matter publicly the official say trump was told about the whistle blower complaint in late August during a briefing by White House counsel Patsy Bologna and John Eisenberg an attorney with the White House National Security Council according to the officials at that briefing the lawyers told trump they were trying to determine whether they were legally required to give the whistle blower complaint to Congress trump released the aid to Ukraine on September 11 Mike Crossey up Washington

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"white house national security" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"white house national security" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Noon session the former special envoy to Ukraine that testified he should have realized as many of his colleagues did the president trump was holding up military aid to Ukraine to pressure the country to investigate political rival Joe Biden public testimony before the house impeachment inquiry Kurt Volcker said he understands now thanks behind side in the testimony of other witnesses that trump was using the aid to pressure you crane to investigate Biden's son hunter and his role on the board of the Ukrainian gas company berries meant but Volker insisted he did not know of the push at the time despite his deep involvement with Ukrainian officials and drafting a statement never released that would have committed the country to investigating berries Maya end of the two thousand sixteen US election Voelker said that he did not make the connection until after Rudy guiliani trump's personal lawyer mentioned the allegations against Biden during a July nineteenth breakfast poker said he was aware that Giuliani was promoting a negative view of Ukraine's president he described the meeting he and others had with trump last may he said the Ukraine was a corrupt country full of terrible people he said they tried to take me down in the course of that conversation the reference conversations with mayor Giuliani it was clear to me that despite the positive news and recommendations being conveyed by this official delegation about the new president president trump had a deeply rooted negative you on your crane rooted in the past he was receiving other information from other sources including mayor Giuliani that was more negative causing him to retain this negative you Volcker testified alongside former White House national security official Tim Morrison both witnesses were requested by the committee's Republicans Morrison heard trump's call with Ukraine's president and said he then asked the national security council's legal adviser John Eisenberg to restrict access to the record of the call the democratic counseled Goldman for the impeachment committee asked Morrison about the call you we would agree right that asking a foreign government to investigate a domestic political rival is inappropriate would you not that's not what was all we recommend to the president discuss now in its second meeting with Mr Eisenberg would you recommend that he do to prevent the call record from leaking I recommended we restrict access to the package have you ever asked the NSC legal adviser to restrict access before now did you speak to your supervisor doctor Kupperman before you went to speak to John Eisenberg now did you subsequently learned that the call records had been put in a highly classified system I did and what reason did Mr Eisenberg give you for why the call record was put in highly classified system it was a mistake he said it was just a mistake there were there was administrative error the impeachment hearings resume tomorrow morning at six AM Pacific time with this session that could be explosive it will be devoted entirely to Gordon Sunderland the US ambassador to the European Union Simon's viewed by Democrats as the least credible witness so far much of his testimony is conflicted with other aids recollections and documents and he's already updated his testimony once tomorrow afternoon to lower profile witnesses Laura Cooper a defense department official and David Hale the undersecretary of state for political affairs will appear the week's testimony will close out again on Thursday with testimony from Fiona killed the former top National Security Council staffer handling Russia and Europe as well as David home say Kerr of the days state department official who stepped forward only recently to report new information about the scandal KPFA is providing live gavel to gavel coverage of the impeachment proceedings and you are listening to the evening news on KPFA in Berkeley KPFK Los Angeles K. F. C. F. Fresno online at KPFA dot org Mel Goodman is an ex CIA agent who's been following the hearings he used to work the Russian desk at the agency and is author of C. I. A. an insider's account of the politics of been halogens Goodman told Mitch jester itching cap Brooks anchors of KPFA is live impeachment coverage but he's unhappy with part of what's been transpiring not with the efforts to hold president trump accountable with an impeachment process but with the zeal of those defending Ukraine from Russia who appear as he puts it to be re writing the country's national security policy yeah you have the testimony of two state department officers actually three state department officers who referred to Ukraine as a strategic partner of the United States ambassador Vinogradov talked about Ukraine as a force multiplier in our military policy and George Kent talked about Ukraine as a future member of NATO well let's stop a minute that was mentioned today as well and Alexander in man okay confirmed that that angel member security decision making group got together and elevated Ukraine to such a high level international security posture this is exactly how we got into trouble in Eastern Europe by this expansion of NATO that made no sense whatsoever the nineteen nineties and now the chickens are coming home to roost we head east European member states who are adopting a far Terry in the government look at what happened in Poland and Hungary and if we're going to make you crane point of confrontation with Russia we could possibly have be headed into military confrontation do crane will always be taken seriously by Russia it is in a sphere of influence for Russia the Kievan Reuss origins of Ukraine and Russia common to both Moscow and and Kiev and it's important to keep in mind what's at stake here in this deterioration of the trump presidency but I think the long term danger is that we're increasing the confrontational position vis a vis Russia and we're elevating Ukraine to a status that they don't really belong in and that the strategic partner they are not our strategic partners what does that mean and strategic partner and why are they on our Ukraine on a path to NATO membership true that red line a long time ago an angler Merkel talk George W. bush back from bringing in Georgia and Ukraine into NATO and two thousand eight and remember that short war that was fought between Russia and Georgia in the summer of two thousand eight and it was clear we were prepared to do anything about that we had a very timid reaction justice in twenty fourteen frankly land prudence these Crimea and took up occupation of eastern Ukraine there's nothing really we can do about that so eat to me mindless and foolish and dangerous to take on these obligations that we have no way of enforcing operationally we we better be aware of our own limitations and be aware of Russian sensitivity about violations of their territorial zone of influence that long term danger is trouble be impeached he will not be convicted but then we'll be stuck with this long term relationship with Ukraine at the strategic level which will worsen our relations with Russia and will never get back to the serious issues of arms control and disarmament issue series issues of non proliferation of cooperation to denuclearize Iran and North Korea where Moscow and Washington have mutual interests and agreed positions I think this is all being lost in this debate over whether or not trump was engaged in bribery and extortion Mel Goodman director directs the national security project at the center for international policy in Washington Russia's foreign ministry said today it was returning three Ukrainian naval ships at the Russian Coast Guard seized nearly a year ago Russia claims the Ukrainian ships had violated procedures for traveling through the waters of the Ukrainian said they were traveling in international waters the twenty four Ukrainian sailors were detained for ten months and returned home in September as part of a prisoner exchange Ukraine's foreign ministry said regardless of the ship's return Ukraine will press the case against the Russian seizure of the ships and an international tribunal Russian president Vladimir Putin informed French president Emmanuel macron about the return of the Ukrainian ships in a phone call Monday the Kremlin said in the call the two leaders focused on the upcoming meeting of the leaders of Russia Ukraine Germany and France to discuss a settlement for the five year conflict in eastern Ukraine that's killed at least thirteen thousand people the fighting began in twenty fourteen after Russia annexed Crimea from the Ukraine and pits Russia backed separatists against Ukrainian troops more from Ross Colin a feature story news this is the confirmation that had been widely expected to flood the mid greets him will be joining German chancellor Angela Merkel in the Ukrainian president below them is a landscape at the summit organized by French lead a manual macro on this too in Paris on the ninth of December announcing the news the Kremlin spokesman said the knee the excessive expectations nor low expectations to be set for the summit to me to Pasco force a declined to comment on the summit's details and time frame but said two parties will be hoping for good results the leaders will try to find a way to bring an end to the five a conflict in Ukraine in which more than thirteen thousand people have died Ross Cullen most guy city gas and electric announced late this afternoon that.

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"white house national security" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"white house national security" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Look is high is Daryl hall in that picture it's really strong it's in the I don't think he did anything that my eyes but I look my look like humans like smoking dope or something what the heck hold on the model the wrong in there okay I got the wrong internet in here alone and just try to news gonna run in slow thank you we haven't had that much trouble lately I think they've they've traded in the east German internet and got a something upgraded so I appreciate that it's it seems to be running faster least when I'm on the right network yeah there we go yeah and and Campbell looks like Pedro from Napoleon dynamite thank you Mario yeah with an obviously fake moustache anyway so that's always when music part two if you like the music part one and people say well I don't find use by which is called music we didn't know we're going to part two so we just did music and so anything we do part two two which is a label of part two and then we'll do part three we actually just recorded one for today which comes out with that and I comes out Wednesday and we're starting we're going to we're not doing all these in a row but we're we're gonna start sprinkling in decades and we're starting with the fifties lot's happened in the fifties including uncle Phil so yeah that'll be coming up on Wednesday which you can find all that or you're a pod goats dot com where we were I don't care what it wherever you want to go they'll make no never mind the me trump defending not informing Congress prior to the Baghdadi raid and of course he said we can't trust these folks he said you got the you got to add the Adams ship lists over then we you I won't tell this guy the biggest leader in Washington DC are you kidding me joint chiefs of staff chairman said they were now in a secure facility the two men captured during the US military raid on ISIS leader Baghdad is hide out in Syria they kill the number two guy my understanding is too so they are number one in number two general mark milling also announced the bag Danny's remains had been disposed of and there were currently no plans this year footage of his death now trump is Amy we may yeah we may release some of this I don't know Hey IT if I'm trump I'm doing a paper view that's what I would make a little extra money for the trump campaign you know they say the Baghdadi killed himself during the reign his remains were trained this is journal Millie his remains were transported to a secure facility to confirm his identity with forensic DNA testing and the disposal overs remains has been done and it's complete and was handled appropriately yeah I did it I think he was in like about the the thirteen hundred parts mine is a mini detonate a suicide vest okay so okay yeah I think that looks like in the ear lobe I'm not sure looks like him could kill a couple of wives to in a couple of his kids I'm sure if he's you know he's a piece of work this guy as usual reserves in the middle is the highest ranking member the US military said photos and video we're going through a declassification process president trouble early suggested some footage from the rate might be released no further details about the to detain man yes Baghdadi there's died from detonating a suicide vest after fleeing into a tunnel while being chased by US military dogs president Nelson Sunday betting on says no U. S. personnel were killed in the raid but one of the dogs pursuing bag that he was seriously injured journal Millie said the dog's name was classified really that's his name in a response to a question about Mr trump's contention the bag Danny had went bird and cried before his death general milling said he was not a winner where the information came from but I realized soon that it was taken directly to from the unit members and of course it this may have been you know trump and hyperbole I guess who knows but yeah he cried like a baby is a cow yeah I kind of stuff trump is that the US should be able to take some of the oil but critics say doing so would violate the Geneva Conventions laws against pillaging natural resources what he's he said the Kurds are going to control the oil the here and we might be entitled to some of it too because we you know we save the oilfields I thought we should go after all of these folks including my oldest brother who said we were just in Iraq in Kuwait for the oil your member all of them and then the we found out now we weren't taking any of the oil and I thought we actually should move how's the vote on impeachment enquiring hold on this is breaking news stop it with the pop ups for crying out loud and I can't get rid of that one on okay house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says president Donald trump's administration is building a powerful case for impeachment as the former White House national security adviser to define the subpoena today house of representatives will vote this week to formalize impeachment inquiry procedures after weeks of resisting a full house vote and unrelenting attacks by recall this is perfect this is perfect the vote on the resolution by rules committee chairman Jim a goblin Democrat from Massachusetts is expected on Thursday the text of the resolution was not immediately available but will lay out the next steps in the enquiring marked the first time house members will be forced to go on record on their support or disapproval of the enquiring putting several moderate Democrats and Republicans under close scrutiny as the twenty twenty election approaches well this is perfect I mean we need people in you know we stand and so is it too early to primary some of these Republican I mean is it too late I assume somebody could jump in and primary some of these Republicans if they vote for the impeachment enquiring now back to Baghdad Amy who is he the ISIS leader came to prominence in twenty fourteen when he announced the creation of a caliphate in the areas of a rock concert season thing all these folks come out what what advice is everywhere we go below to see whether says we got this don't worry about you folks I mean mainstream media arrestees were and so he is with the same today well well we we we got him in it in spite of pulling out it's it's come on folks we got the number one and number two guy with isis and who is I don't even know if they have a number three maybe then planned that far bigger number three will take him out to what makes you think it's going to be he because it's ice is full and Sam is a say about this guy although the US to clear the caliphate defeated earlier this year ISIS militants remain active in the region elsewhere Baghdad is death being seen as a policy victory for Mr trump who continues to face criticism from political rivals and allies for his decision to pull troops on on this for the B. B. C. of course yes the gonna throw my gosh media were this is from the washing them media worries truck might benefit from Baghdad to death all you know they do you know they do and the president says he was a sick and depraved man without having to exaggerate the presence as and now he's gone back that he was vicious and violent and he died in a vicious and violent way as a coward running and crying he died like a dog he died like a coward the world is now a much safer place how may have they done this already have a less wings that was so when sisters he died like a dog when we had a dog injured have they said that yeah I'm sure they will somebody's gonna say then there a lot of similarities ring bag Danny's death in the and the twenty eleven rain that killed Osama bin laden both Baghdad in bin laden were world renowned terrorist who ordered or inspired the murder of many many many many Americans both were on the run from the U. S. and international forces both met their ends eventually cornered like cowards one area where the two events differ however is an American news coverage to with US news media went wild for former president Obama heaping praise on him for his gutsy call of giving the bin laden raid the go ahead to for trump yeah and I had to get him off the golf course remember that Mister president them we're in the process of killing Osama bin you maybe want to come off of the golf course and watch this and for trump the news coverage has been the exact opposite of what we saw in twenty eleven it's been both weirdly reverence of the slain ISIS leader and critical of the White House did you see the headline by the way speaking of that this Washington post headline calls Baghdadi austere religious scholar not a terrorist not a nice is there is Washington post facing backlash after headline characterize Baghdad being as an austere religious scholar they changed it by the way they first said terrorist leader killed and then of course they got the push back from all of their leftist out there in this is going to make the drop look too good so we got to come up with something else post article says one bag Danny first rose as the leader of ISIS it was a relatively unknown also your religious scholar with a wire frame glasses and no known aptitude for fighting and killing the original headline Abu Buck here I'll Baghdad the Islamic state's terrorist in chief dies at forty eight but it was later changed to Abu Buck here I'll Baghdadi austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic Islamic state dies at forty as of this morning the headline was a blue box here I'll Baghdadi extremist leader of Islamic state dies at forty anyway back to this other thing the media word about trump so look at the difference in the way the news media folks have covered this the president said that the York transporting headline watching the rain was like a movie except there was no live audio it reported elsewhere paraphrasing Ahmanson anonymous intelligence officials Mister al Baghdadi is death in the raid on Saturday they said occurred largely in spite of and not because of Mr trump's actions really funny enough there have been no no similar terms for the newspapers downplayed the Obama team's role in the taking out of bin laden even though then vice president anvil Joe opposed the raid that's something you don't ever hear about the yeah Joe didn't want do it on face the nation Sunday morning CBS national security contributor and former CIA deputy director Michael Morell complained to the language from used what else bag that is death was disrespectful so we're being disrespectful to Baghdadi all poor baby he says you don't wanna locker room kind of feel to this that was the one thing we worked really hard on after the bin laden raid is don't make those kinds of statement because it does inspire other people later the next day CNN hosted the contributor and former CIA director James clap on clapper who made the exact same argument that trumps public remarks made him cringe because using the proper amount of respect for bin laden did such a bang up job dissuading the rise of ISIS right yeah we had no more isis after twenty eleven did we after we after we killed the Osama bin laden ISIS able these are good folks we're not going to kill them no know what they did was perceived weakness weakness we will I take a little time out here folks again we got Brian Boyd thirty year professional intelligence analysts and counterterrorism specialists to sort of fill in the blanks on all of this that'll be the bottom of the hour after the news we'll take your phone calls in just a moment to like to join in six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six back after this I am like the you know the one place in your home that's considered the most valuable it's where the burglars go when they first break in the bedroom they know what's the most likely place or cash and jewelry will be I'm sure it's done president of locally owned in.