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Trump participates in the annual turkey pardon

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Trump participates in the annual turkey pardon

"Today. The white house observed the longstanding holiday tradition president trump and first lady. Melania trump in the white house rose garden hosting the annual turkey pardoning ceremony sparing the lives of not one but two turkeys. We're here today. To continue a beloved annual tradition the official presidential pardon of very very fortunate turkey. Corn received an official presidential. Pardon in cobb will serve as an alternate both turkeys will spend the rest of their lives on a farm at iowa state university in washington. John decker fox news

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Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:36 min | 4 d ago

Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

"Corn and cobb horn and cobb fire up the google earth. This are some prodigious birds there the pair of bull basbug balls doing it out for a thanksgiving pardon from president trump making their grand debut at a swanky washington dc. Monday wasn't the presidential suite. But i'll tell you what it's Quite the swanky digs broad breasted white turkeys from iowa were introduced at the willard intercontinental hotel. That's where they're staying ahead of todays pardoning ceremony at the white house rose garden voting now open for all of us to pick who will get plucked for the pardon and be named the official national thanksgiving turkeys now. Both birds were born on june second but corn is a little chunky chunkier actually weighing in at forty two pounds to cobb swell measly. Forty one pounds as i said. These are some big birds and according to one report that i pulled. Let's see this is a piece by tomorrow lapping now. The new york post differences don't end there. Cobb has a knack for solving puzzles munch on soybeans. Oh and also wants to tour. Dc monuments while porn is a college football fan and budding storm chaser. Who one day hopes to visit the iowa. State fair okay. The foul fortunate enough to receive the pardon will be announced at today's ceremony. Though neither will be on the dinner table for thanksgiving. Both birds will be shipped off to retirement at the iowa state. University's the animal science department. After the event now just acacia keeping track. The presentation of turkey to the white house began in nineteen forty seven. This is when president harry. Truman was in office. But it wasn't until nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine that the of pardoning the birds actually began with the proclamation signed by president. George h w bush now there have been some speculation over whether the tradition would continue on this year amid the pandemic but the event will proceed though with a smaller impersonal audience and social distancing measures this of course as a result of these spread the surge of a covid nineteen corncob do pointing out for print president. Trump's pardon

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Trump Talks About Coronavirus Vaccine

C-SPAN Programming

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump Talks About Coronavirus Vaccine

"This week there was some promising news on Ah possible vaccine and President Trump talking about that in the White House Rose Garden. We know that this virus primarily targets, older populations and those with underlying health conditions well over 99.98% of those under the age of 50 make a full and quick recovery by giving the vaccine to high risk individuals right away will dramatically reduce hospitalizations and deaths Case. Levels are high. But a lot of the case levels are high because of the fact that we have the best testing program anywhere in the world. We've developed the most and the best test and we test far more than any other country. So it shows obviously more cases by vaccinating the elderly. In the high risk. We will effectively end this phase of the pandemic and allow seniors to reclaim their golden years the golden years of their lives, which is so incredible, and it's about time That they can have those golden years again. This process is starting right away. Millions of doses will soon be going out the door.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"That news conference called by President Trump Today in the White House Rose Garden to talk about operation Warp speed. He says the vaccine should be out sometime in the spring. But guess what New York won't be getting any, he says, because this is Governor Cuomo done trust where it's coming from. He wants to take his time with the vaccine. He doesn't Trust where the vaccines coming from these air coming from the greatest Companies anywhere in the world greatest labs in the world, But he doesn't trust the fact that it's this White House. This administration's but the governor says Wait up, Hold up. Don't get it twisted, speaking on MSNBC late today of what he said is true. Surprise surprise. We're all excited about the possibilities about a vaccine. It's not that people don't trust the vaccine companies. The pharmaceutical companies Visors, a great New York company, where General on is a great New York company. But in overwhelming percentage of Americans are worried about political interference in the vaccination process in the approval process by the president. Meantime, New York attorney General Just James got in on it, she says the president's announcement is nothing short of vindictive, saying is nothing more than a lame duck president trying to exact revenge on those who oppose his politics. He says. Once the vaccine is available, she's pretty confident that the Biden Harris White House will provide New York with what it needs, she says of dissemination of the vaccine happens in the twilight of Trump's presidency, and he still tries to play games with people's lives, she says. We will sue and we will win. Parents prepare yourselves and your kids now come Monday, schools could be closed again due to the increase in covert 19 numbers in a deal worked out with the unions. Anything over 3% is cause for reinstituting total virtual learning right now we're 2.8. So we were right there on the edge. Mayor de Blasio at the ST George Ferry terminal. Today we focus on the data we focus on the science and that has what took us out of those really, really tough times in March and April and made.

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Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

Papa and Lund

06:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

"Ramona. How are you? God are you guys doing and we're hanging in there. So tell us about this. This operation Dub nation that the Joe Lake up is trying to pull off here so funny that it's called that right like it's like the Manhattan Project, right? Uh, you know, it's literally is every morning every Monday morning at 9 A.m.. They have this passport. That operation Dub Nation and been doing this for eight months on guy. Think what I think What is so interesting about this one is First of all, you know, we should We should We're you know, we should point out to everyone that The state of health. Weight is not allow anything like this right now. So this is a plan that has been submitted to the city and the county in California. I think the Warriors have already done a lot of work in terms of Explaining the science and proving the science to the public health officials and to the politicians were going to make the final call on this. It's not great timing. If you think about it right now we just have a press conference from the mayor's office where they were like Yeah, we're gonna have to start rolling things that we've seen the incidence of coronavirus spike this week. I think next week we're going to see even more roll back. This is what's happening across the country that is somewhat inevitable. We talking about the colder weather people being indoors more. Um, but, you know, I think you just kind of have to understand the math here right? And what the actual game changing part of this planet, which is We're talking about this is this is the part that I actually think is the most important when we're talking about, Okay, we have to close indoor guiding, or we have to close occupancy in a gym. Or we have to limit activity and indoor spaces like the movies here for. I don't know who's going to movie theaters right now, But okay. Not me. Sorry. Those types of rollbacks for seeing that is based off of The what's called the incidents of like a new cases per 100,000. Okay, right now in the bay Area that 9.9 per day. Okay, um, that that's 9.9 cases. Per 100,000. It's growing. But that's also based on this idea that you don't know amongst the people who are coming into your indoor restaurants or indoor gym or indoor space. How many of them are positive because you're not doing any testing. But if you're doing testing You have a different you have a different knowledge about who's actually in your space, right? If you test everyone who walks through that door, you're only vulnerability is the accuracy and sensitivity of the test. Correct. You understand everybody. Obviously we're well aware of that. Yes. Okay. Now the accuracy and sensitivity is a really big deal because most of the rapid tests that you see them like the infamous White House Rose Garden Super spreader event, which we have You know what you have. People continue to test positive for and then again on election night. They're using a rapid test that is in an urgent that based test Now people lies start to glaze over when you start to explain the difference here, But I'll just Do it in terms of the antigens that based test It couldn't have between 30 and 50% of infected people. It's not that accurate, okay, it'll generally effective, you know, but it's not. It's like it's better than nothing. And it definitely has some uses if you're using it. Let's say at school or or in a college where you're testing the same people every single day. So every single time you test somebody that gives a better chance. You're gonna catch it right, especially Because people generally don't become infectious with Cove it and tell day three or day four of infection. So let's say you were you caught it. It didn't catch you on day one. It didn't catch one day to It didn't catch you on day three because the energon test doesn't catch it before Day four, Okay? But my day 56 or seven it should catch you one of those days of your testing every day. The PCR based test which the Warriors are talking about, that's a rapid test. It's 15 minutes. Shallow nasal swab. I think that's important for people to understand Shallow like booger level, Okay, Like, like, you know. Yeah, I think about touching very descriptive brain booger level. Okay, levels go down. Bacon burger level, Okay, And this test is 99% accurate. There's only three companies who have earned emergency FDA authorization to make these tests. Okay, One of them's in the Bay Area of Bisbee. Started by a Stanford grad. Let's claim that some Stan forgot myself, then the other tours to the palace for yet they're the one called Q Health and Mesa by a text. They just started making these things this summer and this fall, so that's how like when you see Saturday Night live, that's what senator lives is using. They're using that kind of testing. Plus, they're wearing masks. Those tests generally caused 152 $100 a test. Okay like that very expensive to do on a large scale. You could do it at small venues and like I was reading it three. You're really interesting. New York Times story about this. And, uh, it was August when the first started to get get approved. They were calling that this is this is the new velvet ropes. Rapid PCR test of the new velvet rope like if you wanna have a gathering, If you want to have an event, you've seen this like in small parties. Small gathering. And even when you do those rapid PCR test, you should still wear a mask. Some people some places hasn't like they had a doctor featured in that New York Times story. I saw Charging $500 a test for partygoers at the hands of in the Hamptons. Okay, This is what the Warriors are talking about doing on a scale where 50% capacity at Chase Center.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:30 min | Last month

"white house rose garden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"O D and I are from ABC News. I'm Chuck Secrets. A new daily Kobe case is continuing at record highs in Oklahoma, Indiana and other states. At a rate of nearly 70,000 new cases per day across the nation, says the tally by Johns Hopkins University. We know exactly where the cases are coming from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announcing a block by block targeting of state hospital when you're doing that level of tests think about that 160,000 tests in one day. Yes, you get down to the block level home, urging people not to get tired of wearing masks and social distancing because he says the virus is not tired. ABC is Karina Mitchell, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, urge others to wear a mask. After he didn't while on the president's debate prep team and at that White House Rose Garden event, spending seven days in the icy you put your masks on and be safe until we get a vaccine that could help to protect us completely. Six days out of the hospital, Christy says he's still not feeling 100 per cent going the more than 218,000 Americans dead from Cove it. Emily Jones is 51 year old husband, Jerry, longtime paramedic in Volusia County, Florida dying a day apart from his sister. Sir, who also had the virus people that don't believe it or not. Think it's not a big deal, and you shouldn't be afraid of it. You should be afraid of it because it's scary, and it really happens and it Sze bad. President Trump Campaigning in battleground states schools have.

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Trump to resume campaigning with in-person event at White House

On the Media

01:01 min | Last month

Trump to resume campaigning with in-person event at White House

"Live from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. President Trump is preparing to host his first in person events and testing positive for the Corona virus. The event will be held today at the White House, where more than a dozen staffers have contracted the virus as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Today's event comes exactly two weeks after a White House rose Garden ceremony that is now being widely referred to as a super spreader. President is expected to address another large crowd, this time from the White House balcony for an event on law and order trumps. Doctors on Thursday said that they quote anticipated the president's safe return to public engagements as soon as Saturday. The president is expected to return to the campaign trail on Monday with a rally in Florida Presidents Democratic rival Joe Biden is wishing those who plan to attend today's White House offend good luck, saying they should wear a mask and social distance. He spoke to reporters following a day of campaigning in Las Vegas. He plans to be in Erie, Pennsylvania,

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California pastor who attended White House event has COVID-19

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:00 min | Last month

California pastor who attended White House event has COVID-19

"A Southern California megachurch pastors among the growing list of people who've tested positive for Coben 19. As part of the White House outbreak after attending a prayer rally in D. C. With Vice President Mike Pence and the nomination ceremony for Amy Cockney Barrett in the White House Rose Garden. Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Riverside based Harvest Christian Fellowship, says he's in quarantine with mild symptoms with God's help in your prayers. I expect to get through this, Laurie says in a message posted on social media that he wishes people would put politics aside and show compassion to those who are struggling with Cove. It, he says, it's riel and if the president of the United States can get it, obviously any He can get it. God's in control of our lives, and I don't know why he allowed me together. But I got it and I know he will get me through it. Lorries among several people who've tested positive after attending the September 26th ceremony at the White House, which was held outdoors, but also included an indoor reception based on images of the event. Few guests were wearing masks. Claudia Pests you Takeo Next 10 70 NewsRadio

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:58 min | Last month

"white house rose garden" Discussed on WJR 760

"W. J. R, where Detroit comes to talk. President Trump starts the week as he ended last week at the Walter Reed Hospital recovering from the Cove it here's more from Fox News correspondent Garnell Stewart commander Sean Conley leads the medical team giving care to President Trump president has continued to improve. As with any illness, there are frequent ups and downs over the course, particularly when a patient's being so closely watched 24 hours a day. Many say the White House Rose Garden event to name Judge Amy Cockney Barrett as the nominee for the Supreme Court was the spreader After that, the president, First lady to senators, a former governor and the former counselor to the president, all contracting Corona virus. There is contact tracing going on to try and pinpoint where the president's infection originated. Gurnal Scott Fox News. Three Republican senators have contracted the Cobalt 19, but the GOP majority in the Senate is moving ahead with the confirmation hearing of the Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney Barrett. The committee will begin the hearing October 12th. Other Senate activities are on hold because of the virus flare up. Bernie Sanders will be in Michigan today. He'll speak to you of them Students and anybody else who will listen to Ann Arbor, and then he'll do a car rally in Macomb County. The governor blames the state Supreme Court ruling that wiped out her executive orders on partisan politics. The four Republican judges ruled to dump her orders as unconstitutional. The three Democrats voted with her. Association of Chiefs of Police in Michigan. Director Robert Stephenson says that police likely will not be enforcing the orders, especially after the attorney general Dana Nessel, said she would not enforce any of the governor's orders were so early on this because ruling just came out of Friday that much of this will have to be worked out over the coming days and waits. Businesses still have the authority to require masks and physical distancing. Protesters marched to the Beverly Hills home, the mansion of Jeff Bezos, the Amazon boss and how people pay your employees a living wage. The organizer's demanded Amazon workers get more protective equipment about 20,000 Amazon workers last week had tested positive or were presumed positive for the cove at 19. Rain is on the way in Northern California, providing some relief for all those areas ravaged by wildfires. Will the census headcount stop today? The Trump Administration is at odds with a federal judge over that the legal wrangling over the census count continues. A strike by Detroit bus drivers is over. World Market Update sponsored by Mother Waddles Nature Carter Mother Waddles helped the poorest of the poor called 313. Wattles. China Tokyo London are all up. The Dow Futures are up 169. I'd take a finer W..

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:20 min | 2 months ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst as President. Trump continues to be treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center outside Washington, D. C. There are conflicting accounts about his condition and the timeline of his diagnosis. NPR's Franco Ordonez has more right after the press conference, a source familiar with the president's health told White House reporters. Something that raised a lot of concerns, the source said. Quote The president's vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care. In this part, we're still not on a clear path to a full recovery. Now. The Associated Press identified that information is coming from White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, the White House said there will be further updates on Sunday so we will learn more than NPR's Franco Ordonez reporting and former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is among several in President Trump's close orbit who have tested positive for the Corona virus. On his Twitter account. Christie said he's checking himself into the Morristown Medical Center today on the advice of his doctors. He says he's feeling good and has mild symptoms and that this is precautionary. As NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. Christie was among those at a White House Rose Garden ceremony a week ago. The former New Jersey governor had said Friday that he was awaiting test results and was feeling fine. At least that time. Christie was in attendance at a White House Rose Garden ceremony one week ago celebrating the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett for the U. S. Supreme Court. Where people were sitting close together, and few were seen wearing masks. Since then, several people in attendance have also tested positive, in addition to the president and first lady, including the president of Notre Dame University and several government officials. Sarah McCammon NPR news North Carolina's US Senate race has been rocked over the past 24 hours. The Republican incumbent, Thom Tillis, announced last night he has tested positive for the Corona virus and in an unrelated manner, his matter. Rather, his Democratic opponent has apologized for sending a Siri's of sexual test messages to a PR strategist from California. Steve Harrison from member station W 00 F A A has more tell us a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said last night. He's asymptomatic and feeling well. His infection appears related to last week's public unveiling at the White House of Amy Cockney Barrett is president Trump Supreme Court nominee His Democratic opponent is attorney in Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Cao Cunningham, who is leading in the polls. Cunningham released a statement last night, saying he has hurt his own family and disappointed his friends. By sending the text messages. He says he's deeply sorry. The text messages became known when a conservative website published them Thursday night. Cunningham, who's married, says he's not dropping out of the race. The race is considered one of the closest in the nation and could determine which party controls the Senate for NPR News. I'm Steve Harrison in Charlotte, This is NPR. This is W N Y. C. Good evening on my own. Levinson Governor Andrew Cuomo was threatening to find local governments for failing to enforce the statewide mask mandate mandate rather or restrictions on indoor gatherings, he says. If the state health Department finds the municipalities air turning a blind eye, they could face fines of $10,000 a day and up. I have asked the local governments many times to actually do the compliance. Compliance is enforcement. Compliance is not public education. New York City says it's stepped up enforcement this week in neighborhoods experiencing a surgeon covert cases and has written 23 summonses to businesses and closed five yeshivas. York City's restaurants are employing only slightly more than half the number of people they were before the Corona virus wrecked havoc in the industry. A state comptroller report released on Thursday said there were more than 315,000 people employed in the restaurant sector in February that dropped to 91,000 in April at the height of the virus surge and business restrictions As of August, That number had rebounded, but only up to 174,000. Just 55% of the pre virus level. Prominent New York attorney Steve Barnes, was killed in a small plane crash in western New York yesterday. Barnes's niece also died when the single engine turboprop he was piloting crashed in a wooded area near Pembroke, New York Barnes,.

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What to know about the first 2020 presidential debate

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:14 min | 2 months ago

What to know about the first 2020 presidential debate

"Preparations for the first debate tonight between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Bloomberg Politics editor Kathleen Hunter joins us for more on all these stories. A CZ Michael mentioned in the news report. Plenty of anticipation for these two candidates just to be on a stage together for the first time. What are you going to be watching for this evening? Cape? Well, I agree. I think that's one of the most interesting dynamics and it's kind of an intangible, but I think it's one of the most important things every time we have the first of the presidential debate in the season, the general election debate And I think it's just going to be interesting to see the dynamic between Trump and Biden how they play off to each other. And so that's going to be something that I think everyone is going to be watching for. I also think obviously we're going to see the residents that these recent series of stories from the New York Times about Trump's tax record the degree to which Biden is able to use those to try to land some You know attacks on Trump during the debate. I think the you know expectation is that certainly it gives him some some additional fodder in a chance to sort of paint a contrast between you know himself and the president in terms of their upbringing and background of perspective, You know, Biden has often talked about Trump as Park Avenue candidate, whereas he's someone that you know, grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and had a very middle class upbringing and I would expect it to continue that narrative in the context of these recent tax reports. But, you know, I think that whether or not he's really successful in getting any ground on that remains way have to think that hey, could find some avenues for that. Giving some of the topics Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. So the moderator tonight has said he's going to lay out a TTE this debate this evening, including the economy when it comes to domestic policy, which Is going to be much of the focus this evening. Is there a sense that the Trump campaign is on the defensive right now given the handling over the corona virus pandemic and the racial protests going on in the country right now? I think that's absolutely true. Certainly from the Biden campaign's perspective, I mean, not when it comes to the economy, not the campaign that Trump wanted to be running. You know, if you think back to January when he spoke of the elbows, and he talked about You know how economy was doing so well under his watch, obviously, in March that all changed with the Corona virus. But I would expect Trump to continue to beat the economic drum and talk about the recovery that he expects America to see in the coming months and talk about the need, as he has on the campaign trail for him to continue in his role to tryto help nurse that recovery forward And so I think that that's going to be an important message from the Trump campaign. If you look at the polling It's insignificant to note that Trump filled its relatively high marks, at least compared to other topics on his handling of the economy. And so I think that that's an area where he's certainly going to try to focus and that's why you know, it may be significant. That Biden, you know, has a daughter now about the tax records in order to try to attack him with that. Interestingly, the day before this debate, of course, as the world crossed the million death mark from the Corona virus, the Trump Administration held this event at the White House Rose Garden yesterday, talking about rapid testing, potentially Trying to show that it's getting more of a handle on the pandemic is some of that at play here. Oh, I think absolutely. I mean, I think that the reality of the current virus pandemic globally and specifically in America, where you know which has the highest number of deaths of any country from the pandemic, I think is one that is certainly a huge liability for Trump reelection bid. So anything that the Trump administration, Khun Beauty try to counter that, you know, I think it's certainly something we continue to see them to Dio see them to see them do And I think that one of the front on which they Tried to counter that is by talking about increased text testing and increase access to testing. And so I'm not surprised that doing that I'd expect that to continue, but I think that that you know has to be weighed against, you know, I I think a lot of what the Trump administration talked without when it talks about testing is an increase. From a fairly low base level of testing. That's been done, so they like to talk about how more testing is happening, But you know if you start out with very low level testing, it's not hard to say that. You think that exponentially wants to get to in

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Townhall dot com I'm Rhonda Rock stroke. It is now official Judge Amy Cockney Baruch, his president Trump's choice to serve on the Supreme Court. In a White House Rose Garden ceremony, The president revealed his selection of the 48 year old Barrett, one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal minds, he said. The federal judge is an originalist Amy Cockney Barrett will decide cases based on the text of the Constitution as written if confirmed by the Senate, Barrett made this promise. I pledge to discharge the responsibilities of this job to the very best of my ability. Republicans hope to confirm Barrett before For the November 3rd election. Greg Clugston Washington. In fact, Senate Judiciary Committee chaired Lindsey Graham says he hopes his committee will approve Barrettes nomination by the week of October. 26th. Cream says the committee will hold four days of confirmation hearings the week of October 12th and it would likely take another week to approve the nomination. Under committee rules. Washington Prayer March 2020 in the nation's capital this afternoon, the Franklin Graham let event had people stopping in various locations around the nation's capital, silently praying before moving on to the next location. Ice president. Pence reminded marchers that other presidents in this country have benefited from their faith. Abraham Lincoln before whose monument we stand today. Said during his time in the White House. I have been driven many times to my knees. But the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go. And President Donald Trump. Has observed many times. That America is a nation of believers.

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Amy Coney Barrett: Trump nominates conservative favourite for Supreme Court

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Amy Coney Barrett: Trump nominates conservative favourite for Supreme Court

"It's been barely a week since the death of Ruth Baby Bater Ginsberg. But President Trump has already decided who we'd like to see replace her. He announced today that he'll nominate federal appeals Court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett for Ginsburg seat on the U. S Supreme Court at an event at the White House Rose Garden. President. Trump said he expects Barrett to win quick confirmation in the Senate, which of course, is controlled by the president's fellow Republicans. There should be a straightforward and prompt Confirmation should be very easy. Good luck. It's going to be very quick. I'm sure it'll be extremely noncontroversial. He said that the last time didn't weigh. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is signaled a desire to seat Barrett before election Day. Multiple sources say Republicans they're targeting the week of October 12 for her confirmation hearing. Barrett described her legal philosophy has she accepted the nomination today? Judge must apply the law as written. Judges are not policy makers, and they must be resolute and setting aside any policy views they might hold. And that was Barrett, speaking at the at the announcement today she's a deeply conservative jurist who is a favorite of the religious right often compared to the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Liberal critics say Our presence on the court threatens the future of Obamacare. Abortion rights, LGBTQ rights in war. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tweeted today that Barrett is quote a jurist with a written track record of disagreeing with the court's decision to uphold the affordable Care act, he adds quote votes like health care. Vote, rather like your healthcare is on the ballot because it is

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Trump officially names Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court nominee at White House

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Trump officially names Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court nominee at White House

"Were right. Federal appeals court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett gets the nod along with the president's high praise. He made the announcement last hour in the White House Rose Garden today. It is my honor to nominate one of our nation's most brilliant And gifted legal minds to the Supreme Court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement. Towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution. Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Barrett was there with her family to accept the nomination, and she paid tribute to the woman she would replace on the court. Should I be confirmed? I will be mindful of who came before me. The flag of the United States is still flying at half staff and memory of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to mark the end of a great American life. Justice Ginsburg began her career at a time when women were not welcome in the legal profession. But she not only broke glass ceilings, she smashed them. That said Ginsberg's legacy has little in common with the legal views of Judge Barrett, a deeply conservative jurist who's a favorite of the religious right and often compared to that of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Critics say her presence on the court could doom the future of Obama care and abortion rights. One of those critics is Democratic

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Trump holds campaign rally in Virginia

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Trump holds campaign rally in Virginia

"Campaign rally Friday night in Newport News. Virginia. President Trump Relish the chance to nominate yet another justice to the Supreme Court. We don't have to do it by the election, but we should be even really able, that would be a great victory. Going into the election earlier in the day, Trump told reporters at joint base. Andrews. I'll be announcing the decision tomorrow is very exciting. Five o'clock at the White House Rose Garden. The likely shift in the courts make up from Ginsberg, a liberal icon to an outspoken conservative would be the sharpest ideological swing since Clarence Thomas replaced Justice Thurgood Marshall nearly 30 years ago. I'm

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Trump expected to announce conservative Barrett for court

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Trump expected to announce conservative Barrett for court

"Congressional Republicans say president Donald Trump will nominate federal seventh circuit court of appeals judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Supreme Court justice Ruth pater Ginsburg during a campaign rally Friday night in Newport news Virginia president trump relished the chance to nominate yet another justice to the Supreme Court we don't have to do it by the election but we should be easy really able that would be a great victory going into the election earlier in the day trump told reporters at joint base Andrews I'll be announcing the decision of March very exciting five o'clock at the White House rose garden the likely shift in the courts make up from Ginsburg a liberal icon to an outspoken conservative would be their sharpest ideological swing since Clarence Thomas replace justice Thurgood Marshall nearly thirty years ago I had to acquire

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Trump expected to announce conservative Barrett for court

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Trump expected to announce conservative Barrett for court

"Congressional Republicans say president Donald Trump will nominate federal seventh circuit court of appeals judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Supreme Court justice Ruth pater Ginsburg during a campaign rally Friday night in Newport news Virginia president trump relished the chance to nominate yet another justice to the Supreme Court we don't have to do it by the election but we should be easy really able that would be a great victory going into the election earlier in the day trump told reporters at joint base Andrews I'll be announcing the decision of March very exciting five o'clock at the White House rose garden the likely shift in the courts make up from Ginsburg a liberal icon to an outspoken conservative would be their sharpest ideological swing since Clarence Thomas replace justice Thurgood Marshall nearly thirty years ago I had to acquire

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Does The Hatch Act Apply To The President & His Admin?

Here & Now

03:57 min | 3 months ago

Does The Hatch Act Apply To The President & His Admin?

"Pence, and speaks at the Republican we might learn National something. Convention And you tonight. know, if you or Last just a couple night, of people First do Lady get Melania these notifications, Trump broke with I'm sure other speakers you'll and acknowledged The racial strife in the country as well as deaths from the Corona virus. I want to acknowledge the fact that since smart our lives have changed drastically, the invisible enemy called 19 swept across our beautiful country and impacted all of us. My deepest sympathy goes out to everyone who has lost a loved one and my prayers are with those who are suffering. Joining us now is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith tend the first lady spoke from the White House Rose Garden, which is unusual, and President Trump's staged a naturalization ceremony in the White House last night for this convention. He also gave a surprise pardon to a convicted bank robber who's Turned his life around, Tell us about the unprecedented use of the White House and presidential power in a very political convention. Yeah, there is a complete and total blurring of the official and the political. You had the White House at the White House. The president conducting This naturalization ceremony yesterday. A CZ we understand it during the day in the White House, posted the video to the White House YouTube page. That video was then picked up and aired as part of the RNC convention. It is unusual. It is unheard of. There is a law called the Hatch Act that is meant to prevent the blurring of these lines and prevent Public officials from doing electoral politics on on government time and and using government resource is the White House is trying to skirt around these rules on and we should just say that President Trump and his staff have have been accused of violating the Hatch Act many times before during his administration on and they've largely just brushed it off. Well and on that note, By the way, there was another speech last night that's raising some red flags. Democrats in Congress say they will investigate Secretary of State Mike Pompeo forgiving a political speech to the convention from an official diplomatic mission overseas. Listen I'm speaking to you from beautiful Jerusalem Looking out over the old city. I have a big job as Susan's husband and Nick's dad. Susan and Nick are more safe and their freedoms more secure because President Trump has put his America first vision into action who may not have made unpopular in every foreign capital. But it's worked. Tamara Secretaries of state don't speak at political conventions typically, do they they purposely avoided they sometimes goto other parts of the world to be nowhere near the convention. Of course, secretary of State Pompeo was in Jerusalem. On, and the State Department has said that no official re sources were used for that video on and as you heard there, he said, My job is to be Susan's husband and Nick's dad. Wink wink nod nod. A Ziff to say no, I'm not here is the secretary of state. I'm just here is a guy you know it. This is just yet another example of the blurring of these lines and you know there's a reason why Secretary of State have have avoided this, Which is that you know politics is supposed to stop at the water's edge. There's you know, the The the The State Department frequently tells other countries that they shouldn't have this sort of use of the apparatus of government for politics, and yet here it was happening.

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Melania Trump and Mike Pompeo to headline second night of RNC

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Melania Trump and Mike Pompeo to headline second night of RNC

"Trump will address the second night of the Republican National Convention with a speech from the White House Rose Garden. The first later will give what is her second convention speech. It will be an appeal to women voters to give her husband a second term. That is the first time that a convention speech will originate from the White House. The setting controversial But according to the government Office of Special Counsel Absolutely Legal staff, though, have to adhere to strict guidelines to avoid violations of the Hatch Act, which prohibits political activity while on duty or in a government building. Fox's John Roberts Ah videotaped speech by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from Jerusalem, also drawing fire from Democrats. As the nation's top diplomat takes part in a political event despite rules against partisan activity he ordered within his own state Department. Thiss

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on WGN Radio

"First lady Melania Trump Headlines the Republican National Convention tonight from the White House Rose Garden. Tonight's speech will be attended by a live audience, including the president, vice president, the second lady, Friends and family. It will also be joined by people who have helped Mrs Trump with Herbie Best campaign, as well as some members of the Cabinet audience members will have to be covert tested before arriving in Melania, Trump's chief of staff, says the speech will be uplifting and positive. WG and sports. Here's Kevin Powell. Thank you are the White Sox scent of the night 2.5 games back of the Twins in the central ago for their eighth win in nine games in the series opener with the last place? Pirates on the South side. Lucas Giolito gets the start. He tossed seven innings of scoreless ball while recording 13 strikeouts in his last outing. Socks face Lefty Steven brought there 70 against Lefty starters this season pre game in an hour with Mark Harmon here on W. G n first pitch at 7 10 with Andy and deejay in Detroit Cubs Look to make it three straight victories. It's Tyler Chatwood on the round. Making his first start since August 6th. He was activated off the injured list today after dealing with a mid back strain and soldier field in Chicago. Fire hose FC Cincinnati You could watch the game on W G N TV at 6 30, the W N B a. The first place Chicago Sky taking on NEW York. Corey Crawford says he'll meet with the Blackhawks front office later this week to talk about his future with the team a goal his contract. Aspiring after this season, the bear is issuing a statement on the shooting of Jacob Blake reads, in part, quote The Chicago Bears are deeply disturbed by yet another instance of a police officer using excessive force against a black person. This time on Sunday evening in Kenosha community just up the road from Halas Hall. Jacob Blake is the latest name added to a list that tragically continues to grow. We will continue to use our voice and resource is to be a proponent of change, and we support the efforts of all those who are peacefully fighting for equality in the end of systemic Racism in our communities, Unquote. As for Bearsroster news today, the team bringing in another kicker in Cairo, Santos Santos, he played a couple of games for the Bear's back in 2017 Any Pinero dealing with a groin injury is Matt Maggie on their kicker situation. When Eddie is feels like, you know, he's ready to get out their star kick and that's what we're going to do. And now if it gets to a point where We just feel like he's not ready. Then we feel comfortable with Kyra was Cairo being our kicker we want if that's the case, we just got to see on the home of the Blackhawks Northwest from Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Kevin Powell,.

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Spruced-up White House Rose Garden set for first lady speech from Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Spruced-up White House Rose Garden set for first lady speech from Washington, DC

"The Republican National Convention begins tomorrow. The first lady delivers her convention speech on Tuesday, and it'll be from a refreshed White House Rose Garden renovations to the White House. Rose Garden had been finished in time. For its moment in the campaign spotlight. First Lady Melania Trump will deliver her Republican National Convention speech to stay night from the garden and a break with political norms. White House officials say the renovations were paid for by private donations. They include taller white roses. BOX woods replacing some crab apple trees, a limestone walking path bordering the central lawn presidents have long used the Rose Garden is a backdrop from major events. President Trump has been using it for outdoor events, which are considered safer for gatherings during the Corona virus pandemic.

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First lady unveils Rose Garden changes ahead of her convention speech, Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

First lady unveils Rose Garden changes ahead of her convention speech, Washington DC

"O P News The Republican National Convention begins tomorrow. The first lady delivers her convention speech on Tuesday, and it'll be from a refreshed White House Rose Garden renovations to the White House Rose Garden have been finished in time. For its moment in the campaign spotlight. First Lady Melania Trump will deliver her Republican National Convention speech to stay night from the Garden in a break with political norms. White House officials say the renovations were paid for by private donations. They include taller white roses box woods, replacing some crab apple trees of limestone walking path bordering the central lawn Presidents have long used the Rose Garden is a backdrop from major events. President Trump has been using it for outdoor events, which are considered safer for gatherings during the

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Spruced-up White House Rose Garden set for Melania Trump speech, Washington DC

Hollywood 360

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Spruced-up White House Rose Garden set for Melania Trump speech, Washington DC

"Renovations were going on at the Rose Garden. The Rose Garden, which sits next to the Oval Office, has gotten a face lift. The flowers in the garden are largely pastels and a diamond like shape of Bach's. Woods was also added the most noticeable changes the addition of a 3 FT wide limestone walking bath. White House officials say the renovations were paid for by private donations. On Tuesday night, First lady Melania Trump will deliver her Republican National Convention speech from the refurbished Garden.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Midway 85 at the lakefront and 85 in Tinley Park on Mackey. Weather meteorologist Daniel Nettle on Chicago's weather station news radio 7 81 of 5.9 of them double DVD of news time. 5 40. There's a bold experiment in Germany aimed at covert 19, Germany has held a pop concert. To see how those attending would spread. Corona virus. German researchers studying coded 19 packed part of a lipstick arena with volunteers collecting data in a really life simulation off a pop concert with strict health and safety controls about 1500. People took part in the experiment run by the University hospital in how each taking a groan of ours test ahead of time, testing negative and having to wear protective Mars throughout the days testing research as a quick Each volunteer with contact traces to record the roots in the arena and track the path of the air souls. They admitted as a mingled and talked. I'm serious. Shockley thousands of Israelis, they're protesting outside the prime minister's official residence. As summer long demonstrations against Benjamin Netanyahu maintained their mo mentum. The protesters seek Netanyahu's resignation. As he's on trial for corruption charges. The government's mishaps and handling the Corona virus crisis after a relative success in its early stages has also fuelled the demonstrations. Crews have recovered the body of a Detroit firefighter who vanished in the Detroit River while helping save some girls from drowning. Detroit Fire Sergeant Subodh Johnson's body was pulled from the river this afternoon following a six hour search. Johnson was off duty and walking with his 10 year old daughter last night when they heard three young girls screaming for help from the river. Johnson jumped in to help a civilian and a nearby a boat in the rescue, but he vanished in the water at some point. Renovations to the White House Rose Garden have been finished in time. For its moment in the campaign spotlight. First Lady Melania Trump will deliver her Republican National Convention speech Tuesday night. From the Garden, famous for its close proximity to the Oval Office, the three weeks of work on the garden, which was done in the spirit of its original 1962 design, or showcase, two reporters today, the U. S. Coast Guard says two bodies have been found in the search for four missing people following an explosion in the port of Corpus Christi in Texas. The bodies of two crew members Of the dredging vessel women L Boyd or found this morning while two crew members remain missing. Authorities say the dredging vessel hit a submerged natural gas pipeline, sparking an explosion that sent six people to the hospital. Pakistan is issued sweeping financial sanctions against Afghanistan's Taliban. Just as the militant group is in the midst of a U. S led peace process in the neighboring country. The move was announced late yesterday and its sanctions list includes the Taliban's chief negotiator. A pair of tropical storms named Laura and Marco are expected to hit the Gulf coast next week. Forecasters say Marco could affect the Houston area reporter Ana Ellie Ruiz says while Mayor Sylvester Turner has laid out the city's plan to deal with it. Covert 19 is adding another layer of difficulty, city officials reminding people that the pandemic is still here. This is just adding a layer to the storm preparations. We still will be intending to take do the Kobe checks on to spread people out. And so again. This is one of the times when you may have to be encouraged to shelter in place, a shelter with family and friends and neighbors, if if, if if it is needed the mayor also asking people to get tested for covert 19 this weekend before the storm hits. Meantime, forecasters say Tropical Storm Laura could hit the Louisiana area around the same time. That Marco arrives at the editor's desk. Terry Cashner and Brad Robinson are news writer Marc Freedman, Our assistant producer, Doke, him and Patrick Barons at the Web desk area Gorilla and our managing editor, Julie Man, the top trending stories and the latest in sports. Next V B m News time. 5 44 Chicago's only place for nonstop factual news coverage news radio 7 81 5.9 FM. New to Medicare..

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Melania Trump to address RNC from White House Rose Garden

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Melania Trump to address RNC from White House Rose Garden

"Melania Trump will address the Republican National Convention next week. That's the word from White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham, who says she'll speak live Tuesday night from the Rose Garden, which has been undergoing a week long renovation at the first lady's direction. Mrs Trump's ought to introduce yourself to voters with a speech that the Republicans 2016 convention, but the address was later found to have included line similar to what Michelle Obama said in her speech at the 2008 Democratic Convention. A speechwriter for the Trump Organization. President Donald Trump's company ended up taking the

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The eighties. It's now 86 in Fishkill, 94. In Plain View, 80 died a bit. Sava Lion 96 ball spot Larson in the Weather Center at 12 50 at WCBS. The first lady Melania Trump is announcing a plan to renovate the White House Rose Garden. The first lady says the project will make the garden more accessible to people with disabilities. We'll also include improvements for audiovisual in broadcasting needs. The president has recently started using the garden more often for his statements and for his press briefings. Now a 12 51 of the Monday afternoon. This is lying. Then radio I'm Jeffrey Lines, The death of Olivia Tohave 104 mark the passing of the last Great star of Hollywood's greatest year, 1939. She lived in Paris for decades and joke that people back here or surprise she was still alive. She never made gone with the wind. She be remembered as a two time Oscar winner, four to each his own in 1946 and for 1940 nine's the era. She was also unforgettable in the snake pit set in a mental institution pretty provocative for 1948. And for movies where their favorite leading man at one of brothers, Errol Flynn, she was in the adventures of Robin Hood with him 82 years ago, with color still vibrant Captain Blood, the charge of the Light Brigade and five more. There was the private lives of Elizabeth and Essex, with Bette Davis and Anthony Adverse with FREDRIC March and with her one time brother in law, Brian Hearn, and the Great Garrick. He'd married her sister and fellow Oscar winner Joan Fontaine, with whom Javelin had feuded for years. Her death and Aaron Hollywood has ended that science and radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons. WCBS NEWS Radio, 8 80 Olivia Tohave Lynd was Melanie Wilkes and Gone with the wind. And if you watch the movie, she seemed like such an older character in that film, But in fact, it's 104 when she died, she would have been, I guess her early twenties. When she made that movie 12 52 at WCBS will check the latest from Wall Street in just a moment. Not having identity theft protection is like fumbling around in the dark was that light switch? Even if you monitor your credit bank statements, you could be blind.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"No country in the world has ever ripped off the United States like. The incredible. Job that they did on this country and the people that ran it. possibly. It's one of the reasons, certainly as one of the very big reasons, trade and Things related to trade that I got elected in the first place. I've been talking about it for a long time along with many of the subjects frankly. Joe Biden supported China's entry into the World Trade Organization one of the greatest geopolitical and economic disasters in world history. If you look at China you, look at the moment. They joined the world trade they were. Flat lining for years and years and years and decades. And then all of a sudden, they joined the World Trade Organization. And they went like a rocket ship. They were given all sorts of advantages. They were considered a developing country as a developing country. They got tremendous advantages over the United States and other countries. And they took advantage of those advantages, and and then some. Biden personally led the effort to give China permanent. Most Favored Nation status, which is a tremendous advantage. For a country to have few countries have it. But the United States doesn't have it never did probably never even asked for because they didn't know what they were doing is vice-president. Biden was a leading advocate. Of, the Paris climate accord was unbelievably expensive to our country. Would have crushed American manufacturers while allowing China to Pelote. Pollute the atmosphere with impunity. Yet one more gift from. Biden to the Chinese Communist Party. They took all of the advantage away from us. They took everything away. They don't have oil. We would have had a close up. tremendous amounts of our energy to qualify eventually not too far into the future. We would have had to do things that would of been. Unbelievably destructive. To our country, including the possible closing of twenty five percent of our businesses thinking that. And it was GONNA cost us. And hundreds of millions of dollars. For the privilege of being involved in the Paris, climate accord. and. You just have to look at what took place this year in Paris and France. Where was being sent to countries all over the world and The people of France didn't WANNA to take it, and they didn't and they did a lot of rioting. Their taxes raised. We would have had to raise our taxes. And, it was a disaster I've been given a lot of credit for what I did. There took a certain amount of courage. Guess, because sound so nice the Paris. Climate accord, but it wasn't good for us at all. America lost nearly ten thousand factories well. Joe Biden was vice president of that ten thousand factories. He wrote. Something today and he made a statement today that I wrote downed pretty accurate. So. Biden was here for forty seven years. Eight years the last eight years not long ago as vice president, he said one in five miles of our highways are still in poor condition. Were we're doing a good job I was but. Why didn't he fix them three years ago? Why didn't he fix them? Tens of thousands of bridges are in disrepair. And on the verge of collapse well, it's probably not a right number, but. We have bridges. It should have been fixed. Why didn't he fix them for eight years with? President Obama, why didn't they fix them? Tens of thousands of bridges. This is what he wrote. High speed broadband we want high-speed were well..

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Research. A radio dot com station. There will not be a second government shutdown. But there will be a national emergency declaration, the president will sign the bipartisan border security Bill today, and then he'll declare an emergency. So he can get his border wall built water gushes into the street at a water main break in east falls. I'm Tim Jimenez. The Camden County police chief has met with the family of the seventeen year old girl who was hit and killed by a cruiser the other night. He says the officer was responding to a call the family's demanding to see the dash Cam video in sports Phillies pitcher, Jake Arrieta opens up about his knee injury. It's forty six degrees right now, mostly cloudy skies at the broadcast center in spring garden heading up to fifty eight today. Good morning. I'm Carol MacKenzie. Our top story at five oh one. The White House has President Trump will approve a budget compromise that does not include funding for his border wall. So there will not be a second government shutdown. However, there will be an emergency because right after he signed. He will declare a national emergency. President Trump will sign a border security compromise that would avert a second government shutdown bought a new confrontation as Mr. Trump plans to declare a national emergency siphoned billions from other federal treasurer chests. Correspondent Steven Portnoy by signing this Bill the president might be upsetting. Many of his supporters by enacting provision in the law that they find objectionable with respect to protections for illegal immigrants, but he avoids a government shutdown. He's able to declare national emergency that will prompt challenges in congress and the courts, but he'll be able to turn to his supporters and say, I may not have gotten as much money as I wanted to from congress. But I have the power to do what needs to be done. It's not yet known what pools of money, President Trump might now try to dip into to fund border wall construction, he gave this vague signal this week, we're supplementing things and moving things around and we're doing things fantastic and taking from far less. Really so far less work that piper. CBS news. The president will speak from the white House Rose Garden at ten o'clock this morning, it's five O two. It's time.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS news time eleven twelve. President Trump getting set to speak from the white House Rose Garden where he's expected to backup plan to end at least temporarily the federal government partial shutdown. CBS news special report, here's correspondent Bill Rakoff. Good afternoon from Capitol Hill or all eyes are in the White House with there appears to be a breakthrough to end the 35-day-old government shutdown CBS's Steven Portnoy at the White House with the president's about to speak. We've learned this breakthrough includes a major concession on his part. That's right Bill. We've learned the president's ready to give Democrats what they've been asking for a measure that reopens the government while talks continue sources say the president will endorse a three week clean funding extension when we say clean in Washington. What we mean is that it doesn't include funding for the border wall. If it passes the house and Senate quickly furloughed federal workers should be back at work by Monday morning. Democrats this afternoon, a cautiously describing this as a tentative agreement with the important caveat that nothing is final until the president signed signs it, you know, it's interesting Bill the presence agreeing to reopen the government without a down payment for the wall. He said yesterday he'd like to see that. In fact, he's spoke. Woman said it would have to be a large down payment. The big question this afternoon. What happens between today and three weeks from today, February fifteenth will we be back in the same position with the government shutting down again, February fifteenth it's too soon to say, and again, this marks a major shift Stephen in the president's thinking where he was dug in on the idea of border protection being included in any attempt to reopen the government and as late as yesterday, he said, he even wanted a pro rated down payment, even if we came to a temporary solution, but increasingly there has been pressure on Republicans and the White House for them to reopen the government he also said yesterday that he has alternatives. If wall money is not a part of any kind of package and that again raises the specter of the president declaring a national emergency to try to use on obligated military, construction funds to build the wall. That's why here at the White House. We and on Capitol Hill members of both parties are going to be very cautiously. Watching what the president has to say this afternoon, the first rumblings at the president might be willing to agree to a short term stopgap started to emerge earlier today and really just before the noon hour when we saw crews from the White House communications agency setting up the podium in the teleprompter and all the fixtures for the president to give the remarks we expect him to give short while here at the White House in the rose garden right now along the colonnade in between the residents in the west wing members of the president's cabinet have lined up along with members of the US conference of mayors who've been here in Washington for their annual conference. The president was meeting with many of them this afternoon as well. And here on Capitol Hill, the Senate declared a quick recess. So everybody could rush into an adjoining room and watch this because you got the sense Stephen that this was put together hastily in at the highest levels. So that there were people who ought to be involved in these conversations that we're just learning of this potential deal. It was beginning to develop. You're absolutely right about that Bill or from your perch on the cat at the capital in the last couple of days, you've gotten the sense. I'm sure that senior members of both parties were were really not aware of how this should be playing out as late as well. This afternoon right Bill. Yeah. Exactly. Right. I mean, you had members yesterday after the pair of Senate votes were defeated that would've advanced debate on either clean package or one that included the border funding. And there was a bipartisan group of senators that came together and said, look, let's try to hammer something out along the lines of what we're expected to hear about today at three week continuing resolution that would possibly be a clean Bill, but Lindsey Graham even as late as yesterday afternoon was saying look, I've talked to the president and anything that you throw out. There has going to have to have some measure of border funding. Even if it's a down payment to which house speaker Nancy Pelosi immediately took to the floor as we were getting into the evening hours yesterday and said, no way. No, how there will be no border wall funding. Now, we understand just as the. Residents getting ready to speak that that's been taken out. And Stephen we can't underscore how significant that is that the president has pulled back on that. I mean, and again a result of pressure. His aides were telling him to stick with it. But these stories being told tenfold in hundredfold over of people who are really starting to feel the impact of the shutdown and maybe no better than this morning. When the air traffic control was situation was such that it caused major delays along the east coast. So, you know, maybe the president got the idea of far-right I understand I hear what everybody's saying. But we we've just gotten to that point. And today by the ways the second day for the second time that a federal workers are seeing those zero dollar paste up. So the pain is being felt acutely and hear from the White House emerging from the Oval Office to the podium in the rose garden. Here's President Trump. It's live coverage from CBS news Americans. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a. Deal to end, the shutdown and reopen the federal government..

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Radio dot com station, remarkable Newsday. President Trump meets with reporters. Soon. A bit reports he will back a short term plan to reopen. The government will have live coverage longtime Trump associate Roger stone's indicted and the Russian election tampering probe makes his first court appearance today the government shutdown reaches to international airport with flight delays for a time blamed on a shortage of air traffic controllers at other airports waiting for the Atlantic City rail line to come back and a half to wait longer. Again. I'm David Madden. The Sixers play Denver tomorrow night with the flyers are off until Monday when they host the jets, it is thirty nine degrees and partly cloudy at the broadcast that in foreign garden. Temperatures holding steady. Good afternoon. I'm Steve Nikkei's. Our top story at one zero one President Trump is preparing to meet with reporters in the white House Rose Garden, and is expected to have some things to say about the partial government shutdown and likely the Russia probe reports say he is backing short term plan to reopen. The government stay with us for live. Coverage. Meantime, major development in the Russia election, tampering Roger stone, the GOP strategist and unofficial adviser to the Trump presidential campaign made an initial court appearance. He was freed on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond. He's been indicted on seven counts related to testimony. He gave to a house committee. This involved context stone head with persons who knew WikiLeaks was going to disclose hacked emails force wanted. Steven Portnoy report, this self described dirty trickster did not have an official role in the Trump campaign in the summer of twenty sixteen but Robert Muller's grand jury allegis. Roger stone was urged by senior Trump campaign official to seek information from WikiLeaks about its plans to release damaging documents stone is accused of lying to congressional investigators about that and about his advanced awareness in October of two thousand sixteen that WikiLeaks would publishing Email stolen from the Clinton campaign a seventh count in the indictment accuses stone of witness tampering maintain for months on countless. Radio and TV interviews that. He was prepared to be charged. But he has denied any wrongdoing. White House quick with reaction to this. Look, I'm not an attorney ever read that document. I'm not going to get into things. I don't know what I do know is that this has nothing to do with the president has nothing to do with the White House stone made his initial court appearance in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The President Trump is expected to be asked about this as he meets with reporters at the White House just moments away. And also amid reports that he is backing a plan for a solution to the partial government shutdown. Stay with us live coverage, traffic.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Back. I get very sad. And when I have to write letters or call, parents or wives or husbands of soldiers who have been killed fighting for our country. It's a great honor we cherish them. But it's heartbreaking. There's no question about it. It's heartbreaking. Now, we've won. It's time to come back. That video shot in the white House Rose Garden that's the colonnade in the Oval Office behind the president of video produced by the White House this afternoon, please note, what's missing reporters with questions. But that's how we got to hear the president lay out the underpinnings of his decision to pull US troops out of Syria. As Newsday reported tonight. Quote, the White House did not offer a timeline for the removal of troops. This is great referring questions to the Pentagon, which referred enquiries back to the White House past performance tells us, it's only right to ask. If such an announcement made on Twitter as an attempt at a shiny object distraction after what's already been a bad week. And then there's the wall as you may remember the president who wants five billion dollars in tax payer money. Made a promise to his base about where the money would come from for the wall who's gonna pay for the wall. And Mexico will pay for the wall problem in the end Mexico's gonna pay for the wall. And now, the president has added a new word, which admittedly wouldn't have gone over as well on the road with those rally audiences. He now says on Twitter Mexico is paying in directly for the wall through the new version of NAFTA. He added the United states' military will build the wall. Let's talk about it with an expert, Tom or Keith is back with us White House correspondent for NPR. Tamra Lada news in Washington already. Just tonight the Senate as we said something short of a profile in courage has unanimously by voice vote kicked the continuing resolution over to the house of representatives. That'll get government through February. Always said, they I would I would I would compare them to the behavior of a bunch of drunks. But I don't want to insult a bunch of drunks. And where does the wall play in all this will will the president's signature on a continuing resolution mean he has dropped his demand for the five billion. So I talked to Kellyanne Conway today the counselor to the president. And and she was building this sort of interesting case that the president also seems to be building that now she wouldn't say precisely whether he's planning to sign it or not. But let's assume that he does the case she was building is that he's not going to give up. He's going to continue fighting for the wall. And he's going to look for other ways potentially to pay for it. And also, she said, you know, you call it a wall, but it's wall. Plus, it could also be surveillance and other things. So the definition of the wall seems to be shit. Shifting somewhat. As is how the wall would be paid for because that five billion dollars is not in this spending Bill, and and it doesn't get easier with a democratic house. And do you have any inside knowledge of what an indirect payment is? So I've been trying to divine this, and I haven't quite figured it out. But the as far as I can tell what the president is trying to say in his tweet and Sarah Sanders was asked about this in the briefing yesterday is that the new trade deal, which has not been ratified by the US Congress or the legislatures in Mexico and Canada, if it were to go into effect would somehow either produce massive economic growth that would lead to more tax revenue that would then pay for the wall, or that tariffs come as a result of it would would put more money in the treasury, which would then help pay for the wall. But economists and trade experts I talked to say that this is not a particularly logical argument won the money isn't there now to money from taxpayers is not Mexico and tariffs. Are paid for by the consumers that buy the goods in the country that is applying the tariffs not in the country that's producing those goods. So we are Mexico. We would be indirectly paying for the wall Americans and on this. The president has lost some big name conservatives Alaric Ingram's, Ben very tough on them on this..

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Have that four pack of the doctor tickets to give away coming up very this out though hold on thai i've just watching the rap of the singaporean president who has given statements in the white house rose garden and he basically just covering some fundamentals in regard to the relationship with the us economics but importantly the relationship between the united states and china citing but it is the most critical and the important relationship on the world stage uh don't necessarily disagree it is broached of course with all that's taking place uh in regard to north korea to so that's an additional filter there but then the two way with the reporter immediately goes to what yeah yeah this whole was it i don't think there's anything else talk about here he says this they say that you can resolve it anybody can pruitt one way or the other no stop it's disrespectful to the loss of life of this man uh in europe form and it to have the president the united states engage at this level with a titfortat odd though i didn't yes i did no you didn't yes i did no you didn't i didn't do enough enough now i know there are absolutely 1000 percent intractable supporters of president trump and i understand that this is this is too much this is beyond you are creativeness participating in this dust up that is taking the eyes off the ball you've got a couple of schmitz at need to be made with your republican led congress in its looming the end of the year and as soon as two thousand eighteen hits although it's already started officially election year and are you going to maintain are you going to be able to support our you wanna keep control and by the way it filters down not only in congressional races gubernatorial races may or may or all races it sets the tone you know it in my humble estimation if the president would just don't be so doggone sensitive you responded every little thing that comes out oh i've got a wrong though.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Today to clean that up a little bit i'm gonna play this before we take trump at the at the white house rose garden because it's has gotten his this is gone it new direction one of the questions about the green berets who lost their lives when they went in niger did he contact the families and then the presidency you know i wanna context everyone directly that's what the i wanted to do what he can trust themselves with other leaders people go to town on his answer first tier the toughest calls i have to make our the calls where this happens soldiers are killed the traditional way of you look at uh president obama and other presidents the most of them didn't make calls a lot of didn't make calls i like to call when it's appropriate when i think i'm able to do it in syria goods from both administrations pushing version of vows we've made a ton of calls this presents alone which reaction the president saying areas that there are many different ways three tasks these families sometimes you costintensive vice time jiaxing within a person and legal how he doesn't always nick public men who is doing that because these are very private phrase sounes sacrosanct trailing moments on the first part of the pacers carnal because that was very importantly said these are the toughest calls literally the toughest caused estimate of think of everything he's done since he got here that this is one of the toughest causes their lives have qualified shopping with that the general idea on syria and the fact is that this is this is great capacity's capacity friend of the people i remember how crane houing allens avenue has a joint session back in late february and what a moment that was for the nation how spontaneously to present mechanism i thought that way i know what were the commander in chief slash has safe showcase really think how how we can harm alligator assaults food analysts compassionate sounds on but i think he's making a point that.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"News on news radio six ten thorny issues in the white house rose garden sobriety fox news president trump at the top senate republican just holding an impromptu chassis session with reporters covering a lot of ground including relations between the two of them fox's jared halpern lied in washington in person in trucks athen's senate majority leader mitch mcconnell are on the same page in closer now than ever before my relationship with this gentleman is outstanding has been outstanding the president and senate leader at a news conference in the white house rose garden after lunch together to discuss the fall legislative agenda all droid what's some of you may have reported a we're together totally still president trump has been openly critical of mcconnell's leadership after failed attempts to repeal the affordable care act lisa jared the president also taking aim at hillary clinton a statement suggesting that kneeling during the national anthem is not to disrespectful i mean honestly set thinking that is the reason she lost the election he also calls russian election meddling an excuse for democrats losing the election but denies that he's considering firing special counsel robert muller progress on the deadliest wildfires in california history fox's jessica rosenthal with a live update least as crews get more of an upper hand on the fires more evacuate these are being allowed to go home but thousands have nothing to go home to sixty seven hundred homes and other buildings have burned many in the city of santa rosa where pat provost is a realtor she says they had a major housing shortage even before these fireside gotta call this morning from somebody that you know looking obviously parental and we do have a proper management division and we're reaching out and trying to place people i am it difficult there's nothing out there the most destructive fire hitting the center as area is sixty percent contained and cooler weather is in the.

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"white house rose garden" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"white house rose garden" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Screening mental health and you're a nonprofit organization that planes lasting and positive change the lives of individuals that suffer from mental mental health issues and what am noble closet his doctor i i really appreciate what you're doing and i know you change in the lives of many many people in your practice thank you so much tom piper shakeup dr huber i know we speak regularly and i hope to speak with you again i appreciate you joining me today and turning to the usa this it's ago we had a president trump speaking from the white house rose garden on the paris climate accord then he was with the spanish prime minister uh we have a clip right well i wasn't preoccupied with the nfl i was ashamed of what was taking place because to me that was a very important moment i don't think you can disrespect our country our flag or national anthem to me the nfl's situations a very important situation i've heard that before about was i prieto accu but that at all not at all have plenty of time a my hands all they do is work and to be honest with you that's an important function of working is called respect for our country many people have died many many people many people is still horribly injured i was at walter reed hospital recently an isis so many great young people and they're missing legs in the missing arms and they've been so badly injured and they were fighting for our country they will citing for us leg they will citing slur on national anthem and for people to disrespect that by kneeling during the playing of our national anthem i think is disgraceful so i will also say that again i read you part of his quote but the governor of puerto rico is so thankful for the great job that we're doing we did a great job in texas a great job in florida a great job louisiana we hit little pieces of georgia and alabama and frankly we were doing and it's the most difficult jeb because it's on the island it's on an island in the middle of the ocean touting the ocean catches drive you trucks there from other states and day the governor said we are doing a great job in fact you think we specifically for fema and all.

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