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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Responsible leadership coming out of the White House president trump shaking up his reelection campaign this week adding Hogan Gidley as its new press secretary Gidley replacing Kayleigh McEnany who became the White House press secretary in April in other news this morning here on AFN Verizon becoming the latest big company to pull its ads from Facebook the move by one of the world's biggest telecoms is part of a growing effort to siphon ad dollars from Facebook that to force it to do more to stop racist and violent content for being shared this is the killing of George Floyd the hashtag stop hate for profit movement has taken hold with calls for ads to be pulled from Facebook all next month it's still early Facebook investor Roger McNamee elevation partners telling CNBC the boycott more than likely won't make a dent in Facebook's bottom line for profit which is the name of the boycott your now includes a roughly a dozen major advertisers still Patagonia north face sorry I work in a couple of agencies like could be Silverstein your fashion retailers like Eileen Fisher Ben and Jerry's and things like that there's no way it can affect the number six spot coming no advertisers Facebook is even a one percent you know this is really I was calling attention to the fact that the country right now is over when all hate speech and disinformation and Facebook has a unique role in amplifying Facebook in fact hate speech disinformation are coming in and you know this is really about civil rights organized by the NWC P. in color change the ADL console when you organizations like that together to go out to advertisers they're releasing what we need to have a conversation about this I think the forecast and the numbers are probably correct I mean in this environment more and more of the economy is moving dot ally and his book is very well positioned for that but I think if anything will happen is that these folks tentative shield for thing that has kept regulation away is breaking down and it is almost inevitable next year we're going to see investigations of the states are already taking thirty and you know the status quo is not going to hold the question is how do you I don't actually know the answer to that Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau isn't ruling out releasing a top Chinese tech executive in an attempt to win the release of two Canadians detained by Beijing Trudeau says releasing while ways main lines you would tell China that it can get what it wants my resting Canadians saying it would put more Canadian citizens at risk by signaling Canada can be intimidated bangs the chief financial officer of while wearing the daughter of the company's founder she was arrested by Canada Vancouver's airport in late twenty eighteen the U. S. wants are extradited to face fraud charges her arrest infuriated Beijing in other news this morning here on eight half and after months of steady progress new confirmed cases of the coronavirus climbed to near record levels in the U. S. this week experts blame a nation that's become complacent a new poll backs that up the poll from the Associated Press and a R. C. center for public affairs research find support for measures to slow the virus's spread is declined from the early days of the pandemic even though many Americans never fully embraced the re opening effort now underway in many states half of Americans now favor stayed home orders down from about six in ten a month ago in eighteen ten in April for behind the scenes look at America's first news head on over to A. F. and that now dot com reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook any time M. if Mack ray talk use the hashtag A..

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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05:20 min | 5 months ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Citizenship is not an option we can't deal away and the the rights of Americans simply because they live in the district of Columbia the option is to recognize seven hundred and six thousand people as full and equal citizens of the United States of America with voting rights in the capital in their parliament is clear to me from the attention of that Americans have paid to the district this is something that we know already that they don't really know and a lot of cases that were different than they are they assume they are United States citizens I know we have a congresswoman so they don't even think about the fact that we don't have voting senator's or congresswoman's doesn't have the votes Republican senator Tom cotton arguing strongly against it on the floor claiming Washington DC wouldn't be a well working class state like Wyoming the constitutional framers the federalist now that is that not let's get to what we'll get to tankan here in a moments and I should be DC become a state though its mayor which is currently Muriel Bowser she would become the new governor and the DC council become the state legislature but again there's no guarantee that that would happen especially given that the Republican controlled the Senate's Verizon has become the latest big company to pull its ads from Facebook the move by one of the world's biggest telecoms is a part of a growing effort to siphon ad dollars from Facebook to force it to do more to stop racist and violent content from being shared since the killing of George Floyd the hash tag stock paper profit movement has taken hold with calls for ads to be pulled from Facebook all next month it's still early Facebook investor Roger McNamee of elevation partners told CNBC the boycott more than likely won't make a dent in Facebook's bottom line stop for profit which is the name of the boycott here now including roughly a dozen major advertisers still Patagonia north face sorry I work in a couple of agencies like could be Silverstein you know fashion retailers like Eileen Fisher Ben and Jerry's and things like that it's not there's no way it's going to affect that number six spot coming no advertisers Facebook is you know one percent you know what this is really about is calling attention to the fact that the country right now he's over well with hate speech and disinformation and Facebook has a unique role in amplifying Facebook consists of fighting hate speech disinformation are coming in and you know this is really about civil rights organized by the NWC P. and color of change and the A. T. L. and so when you put organizations like that together to go out to advertisers they're really saying what we need to have a conversation about this I think that the forecast and the numbers are probably correct I mean in this environment more and more of the economy is moving I live and Facebook is very well positioned for that but I think the thing he will have to face up to is that Facebook's active shield thing that has kept regulation away he's breaking down and it is almost inevitable next year we're going to see very serious investigations one of the states are already taking thirty and you know the status quo is not going to hold the question is how do you value that I don't actually know the answer to that even though the company makes most of its money from ads that target the users of Facebook has a billions that's why imagine me at and I think that will make a dent in Facebook's bottom line after months of steady progress the new confirmed cases covert nineteen climb to near record levels in the U. S. this week experts blame a nation that's become complacent the new poll finds evidence to back it up the Associated Press and a R. C. center for public affairs research find support for measures to slow the virus's spread is declined from the early days of the pandemic even though many Americans never fully embraced the re opening effort now underway in many states half of Americans now favor state whole mortars down from about six in ten a month ago and eight in ten in April a California judge has ordered a McDonald's in Oakland to stay closed until the court decides whether it be to order the owner to improve his health and safety practices amid the virus the East Bay times reports workers sued the owner last week over an outbreak they say affected thirty five people including one employees ten month old child the restaurant's been closed since may twenty sixth when workers went on strike the owners of that McDonald's franchise could not immediately be reached for comment Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau not ruling out releasing a top Chinese tech executive in an attempt to win the release of two Canadians detained by Beijing Trudeau says releasing one always make wise you would tell China that it can get what it wants by resting Canadians he says will put more Canadian citizens at risk by signaling Canada can be intimidated mags the chief financial officer of wild way in the daughter of the company's founder she was arrested by Canada at Vancouver's airport in late twenty eighteen the U. 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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Commission's approved a massive bailout package of the airline Lufthansa by the German government but it has conditions attached headlines around the world are planning for a bleak future already badly hit by lockdowns in major markets they do not expect the industry to recover fully for several years Lufthansa's bailout is not likely to go ahead after the group's biggest shareholder said he would vote for it despite concerns about the German government's influence the company will have to give up slots at Frankfurt and Munich apples on the conditions set by the European Commission that's the BBC's injured like it reporting Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau ruling out releasing a top Chinese tech executive in an attempt to win the release of two Canadians detained by the Beijing Trudeau says that release would tell China it can get what it wants by arresting Canadians breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com the centers for disease control and prevention resets its list of which Americans are at a higher risk for severe illness from the coronavirus pregnant women were added to the list Dr Dana Meanie del meant at the CDC says they need to watch they come in contact with wear face coverings and practice social distancing pregnant women are generally a younger population so that that's the good news but we we do see higher rates of admission to the ICU and mechanical ventilation based on that data set that we have sickle cell disease was also added to the list the threshold for risky levels of obesity was lowered the changes didn't include adding race as a risk factor despite higher infection rates I met Donahue kings dominion and Busch gardens Williamsburg will not open next week when Virginia further eases restrictions on businesses and public gatherings yep movement parks say it's not economically feasible to will put only a thousand people could be allowed in at one time for a town hall dot com it.

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Canada's Trudeau rules out releasing Huawei tech executive

War Room

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Canada's Trudeau rules out releasing Huawei tech executive

"Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau ruling out releasing a top Chinese tech executive in an attempt to win the release of two Canadians detained by the Beijing Trudeau says that release would tell China it can get what it wants by arresting

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That on Wall Street that out by two hundred ninety nine points the nasdaq rose one hundred seven more on these stories at town hall dot com hi this is Jay Farner CEO of rocket mortgage making the right financial decisions has never been more important we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows so when you call eight three three eight rocket or visit us at rocket mortgage dot com to start your refinance you'll be well on your way to saving money every month the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point three seven five percent APR three point five nine percent right now could be a great time for you to take some positive financial steps forward with a cash out refinance from rocket mortgage which could give you the boost that you're looking for in addition we may be able to help you refinance with little or no out of pocket costs at rocket mortgage we're committed to every client every time no exceptions no excuses giving you the best mortgage experience call us today at eight three three eight rocket we're going to rocket mortgage dot com to learn more rates of exchange a one point eight seven five percent feeders you discount rate call for confirmation conditions equal housing lender licensed in fifty states and Annalise number thirty three triple a says summer travel twenty twenty will drop about fourteen and a half percent from last year which is no surprise due to corona virus worry if you're getting that itch for summer travel you're not alone we expect seven hundred million trips during this time frame but that is a fifteen percent decrease compared to last year chipotle spokeswoman genet cats a lot on the preference for road trips when it comes to traveling the summer people definitely are traveling by car of the seven hundred million trips we expect ninety seven percent of those are going to be by going in your own vehicle ask for those heading to airports not so popular compared to last year down about seventy four percent I should be out there Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau's ruling out releasing a top Chinese tech exactly in an attempt to win the release of two Canadians detained by Beijing Trudeau says releasing Y. ways Mang one shoe would tell China it can get what it wants by arresting Canadians news and analysis at town hall dot com in traffic we've got the answer this report is sponsored.

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on NPR News Now

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05:00 min | 1 year ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on NPR News Now

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm nora raum. World leaders are gathered in france for the g seven economic summit president trump met with summit host french president emmanuel macron at lunch saturday and later with world leaders. He tweeted that both went well. Meanwhile dan carpenter reports trump will meet with canadian prime minister. Justin trudeau on the sidelines of the g seven with trade and china expected to be the focus. The white house has confirmed that trump intruder will hold a bilateral meeting on sunday. Both countries have grievances with china auto on the diplomatic front over the detention of chinese executive and trump hovering on the brink of a trade war with beijing trudeau has been outspoken on china's detention of two canadians and the unrest in hong kong and trump already signaled he would do everything he can to pressure china to release release the canadians but trudeau's expected to focus mainly on trade and economic issues when he sits down with trump and the new north american trade deal which mexico has already ratified but ottawa and washington have not for n._p._r. News i'm dan carpenter in toronto demonstrators against the g. Seven summit clash with police in a neighboring town on several people were detained the b._b._c.'s hugh scofield reports given the huge level of security in beirut's itself. The flashpoint was always more likely to be in the neighboring town of bay on which with its tradition of basque radicalism is well used to anti-police protests as evening fell a crowd of three or four hundred young people some wearing black masks moved up against police barriers on footbridge over the river and began hurling taunts and projectiles dell's police responded with tear gas and flashbang crowd dispersing grenades and a game of cat and mouse in in the narrow streets of the old town the b._b._c.'s hugh scofield afield pro democracy protests in hong kong turned violent saturday demonstrators threw petrol bombs bricks at police who responded with tear gas. There were no immediate reports of injuries. One of the nation's most powerful union leaders is calling on democratic presidential candidates to guarantee all workers the right to join a union n._p._r.'s scott horsely reports only about one out of ten. American workers belongs to labor union. Today analysts say declining union membership is is one factor in an increasingly lopsided economy. Mary kay henry says her two million members service employees. International union will only throw its weight behind democrats who pledged to make organizing possible for all workers because one place where the power of working people is clear is in politics. It's working people who spend spend every weekend knocking doors. It's working people who spend every evening making phone calls. Henry delivered a message to union members and fast. Food workers was in milwaukee where democrats hold their political convention next year scott horsely n._p._r. News washington this is n._p._r. News from washington brazil may deploy as many as forty four thousand troops to help fight wildfires in the amazon rainforest. The amazon is the world's largest tropical rainforest rainforest. It's seen as crucial in fighting climate change besides fighting the fires. The military will be charged with enforcing environmental laws stopping people from mm setting fires farmers often set fires to clear land for crops or livestock unisex reports. Nearly two million children across west and central africa africa are unable to go to school because of conflict lisa shlein reports unicef reports schools across eight countries in western central africa being deliberately deliberately targeted by armed groups unicef goodwill ambassador zun at malayan says children she has met on visits to the region live in the state of fear ear and insecurity many of them. They cannot go to school many of them. They don't have safety and security to layer an n._s._f. And firemen many of them they have hubs but they need us to give them that hope l. malayem says children who have no education vulnerable to exploitation including sexual exploitation forced early marriages and recruitment as child soldiers for n._p._r. News lisa sh line in geneva andrew lock lock is retiring. The indianapolis colts quarterback made the announcement saturday night saying that constant injuries have taken away his love for football. Luck will turn thirty next month. He was the number one draft pick in twenty twelve. I'm nora raum n._p._r. News in washington.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on NPR News Now

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor comcast business gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary gary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business. Dot com live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm jeanine herbst. First world leaders are gathered in france for the g seven economic summit president trump met with summit host french president emmanuel macron at lunch today and with world leaders this evening later tweeting. They both went well. Meanwhile stan carbon jack reports trump will also meet with canadian prime minister justin trudeau on the sidelines of the g. He's seven with trade and china expected to be the focus. The white house has confirmed that trump and trudeau will hold bilateral meeting on sunday. Both countries have grievances with china china ottawa on the diplomatic front over the detention of a chinese executive and trump hovering on the brink of a trade war with beijing trudeau has been outspoken on china's detention of two canadians nations and the unrest in hong kong and trump has already signaled he would do everything he can to pressure china to release the canadians but trudeau's expected to focus mainly on trade and economic economic issues when he sits down with trump and the new north american trade deal which mexico has already ratified but ottawa and washington have not for n._p._r. News i'm dan carpenter chuck chuck in toronto as peace talks between the united states and the taliban continue in the qatari capital. The group continues to attack us targets in afghanistan anistan. Jennifer glass has more from kabul. The taliban attacked a u._s. Convoy north of the capital and while there were no casualties the groups continued assaults on u s and afghan again targets has many here wondering whether the attacks will stop if there's a peace deal violence here has intensified during the peace talks. The taliban seems to be using its military power for for leverage at the negotiating table jennifer glass reporting. This is the ninth round of talks on negotiations on ending america's longest war. The inaugural grow west kentucky pride festival kicked off today in the rural city of paducah liam niemeier with member station w. k. m. s. reports. This is the biggest l._b._j. T._q. event in the conservative region that has ever seen over one hundred people showed up in support at paducah downtown riverfront some worrying rainbow pride flags or rest up in drank organizers say peace online harassment and even death threats swamp planning but paducah l._g._b._t._q. Welcome center director destined says what mattered more to them is building an inclusive community. I think all of us we wanted the festival and we want to the community more than we wanted to be scared and we're not going to let them terrify us to hide and not put on a festival. Even win says the festival. Lets people be treated themselves in a region where not everyone accepts them for n._p._r. News i'm jamie mayer in paducah kentucky at the the p._g._a. In atlanta at least six people were injured when lightning hit a sixty foot pine tree at the tour championship today the third round of the p._g._a. Tour was suspended for thirty minutes because of thunderstorms in the area and fans were told to seek shelter. This is n._p._r. News a new russian-made soyuz rocket failed doc with the international space station today. Charles means has more from moscow the soyuz m._s. fourteen spacecraft features upgraded booster rocket and new digital flight flight control systems but ran into trouble when docking with the russian space officials say neither the i._s._s. or the soyuz endanger and that they're working to resolve the issue issue ahead of a second docking attempt within the next few days so he space craft usually carry astronauts to the orbiting outpost this test flight however was unmanned unless unless you count fyodor russian-made humanoid robot that currently sits in the commander's seat also known as sky bought model f eight fifty field his job is to collect data on the mission his first act as commander was to send out a tweet shortly after orbiting saint onboard tests. Were going as planned for n._p._r. News i'm charles means in moscow and russian space. Officials say that robot can do anything human can do but it hadn't been taught docking yet in brazil officials say some forty four thousand troops backed by military aircraft during the amazon and ready to help put out the wildfires that have swept the region those fires in the rainforest also prompted anti-government protests as well as international outcry president jacques airball scenario authorized the military to get involved in putting those fires but in the past he described the rainforest protections as an obstacle to brazil's economic mkx development for brazilian states of federal help to assisting containing the blazes and wildfires are common in brazil and the annual dry season. They are much more widespread this here. I'm janine herbst and you're listening to n._p._r. News from washington. This message comes from n._p._r. 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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"After an open of twenty twenty six dollars at the open twenty six dollar reference price. That's up fifteen dollars and seventy five cents after their rather unusual introduction to the market at Bloomberg business. Flash politics, policy, power and law continues. All right. Thank you, Greg. And live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, I'm Amy Morris Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meeting with President Trump right now. They're in the Oval Office at this hour, and we do expect them to make a joint statement winning if they do, we're going to bring it to you right here on Bloomberg radio. And also Trudeau's going to be meeting with congressional leaders about the US Canada. Mexico packed US MCA as lawmakers way. Ratification of that deal. We want to talk about this, and some other issues with Sarah McGregor. Bloomberg news, US economic policy team leader. Joining us now in our Bloomberg ninety nine one studio right here in Washington, DC, so trade relations are in a pretty good place with Canada right now. Yeah, yeah. If we just rolled back the clock about a year ago, I definitely would say, Canada US relations, have improved or at least between Trump and trio, you remember a year ago, there was this g seven meeting in Quebec in Canada, Trudeau was hosting it. And as Trump left, he actually tweeted from the plane calling Trudeau weaken dishonest withdrawing his support from this joint communicate with the leaders and for candidate that was a pretty big stop in the face at the time they were trying to get steel and aluminum tariffs removed, and I think it was a, you could say, probably the lowest point in the relationship between Trump and Trudeau since they took up leadership of their countries. Now years past. We have the US MCA deal both countries seem pretty intent on getting it ratified in their legislatures, just like Mexico did yesterday the stealing aluminum tariffs have. Been removed. And so, at this meeting Trump and Trudeau today in Washington. We'll be trying to put on a United front to show you know, Canada and the US do get along. Well, let me go back and revisit the US MCA thing because Democrats are not one hundred percent on board. It does look like it may pass, but they are holding out for a few things. What's their holdout, and what is Trudeau hope to get from them? So we heard a lot about the US MCA this week because the US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer who negotiated the deal for the US was on the hill in front of house lawmakers, and senators, and he seemed actually quite willing on the public face of it to work with the Democrats to try and understand what their concerns are. We know broadly. They're about pharmaceuticals, whether they're going to lock in higher prices for some drugs and things like labor reform, and the environment and enforcement mechanism to make sure that the, the whole deal can be enforced properly, so widely. Those are there concerns, the Democrats have formed working groups, and they're trying to work with the administration to get those changes so that the actual legislation that would ratify the US MCA in the congress. Can be put forward. So that's sort of where it stands right now importantly, Trudeau today's meeting with Pelosi and McConnell and no doubt. He'll be trying to chat with them to see what trying to understand what the Democrats want to see change to the US MCA, and he wants to type passage evidence candidate to, to the, the US process. Okay. You also mentioned steel and aluminum tariffs. Let's talk a little bit about uranium because there is also a case being made by Canada against potential tariffs on uranium. Yes. So the same kind of case, this idea that uranium just like stealing aluminum was deemed to be is a threat to national security, the imports of uranium Canada. A major supplier of uranium, of course to the US and, you know, if Trump went ahead and slap tariffs, let's say or quotas on uranium imports on the grounds of national security. You can bet that candidates going to is disputing that candidates said all along. We're, we're one of your closest allies. How can we be a security risk? And so I'm sure it will try and make the same case for uranium as. It did for stealing aluminum. Of course, it wasn't successful at first with, with the steel tariffs Senate manage to get those rolled back. There was a lot of uproar among even Republicans saying candidate should not be hit by these tariffs. So you can bet that also Trudeau trying to drum up some support in congress to ensure that candidate doesn't get hit by those if they ever took effect, and just as a side note the president in the Oval Office. With Canada's Prime Minister as we speak, the president, just now saying that he does expect the house speaker Nancy Pelosi to quote, do the right thing on US MCA. And as we get more on that, of course, we're going to bring it right to you here on Bloomberg radio. It's not just trade. They're also going to be talking about commercial and security ties between Canada and the US. What do they mean by that? So one of the big issues, it does somewhat relate to trade. We'll be, you know, the, the Trump administration, I guess the Justice department actually more specifically has sort of in Canada used on the laws to be able to get candidate to arrest this. Hawas CFO. Oh on the grounds of potentially violating sanctions. Of course she denies this charge and she's being held in Canada right now. The US is seeking extradition of her. Trump is sort of politicized the issue by saying, you know, he could tie going easier on Hawas potentially with maybe with the arrest of the CFO or other measures that are being taken against them. He might be able to go easier against who eight in a trade deal. And so, you know, after the arrest some Canadians were actually arrested themselves in Beijing, and it was seen as retaliation. So it's a kind of a complicated situation. But the bottom line of it is he no, there's, there's sort of this issue right now in Canada wants the US to help pressure for the release of these Canadians, and probably politicized the issue of how I make it seem like it's the Justice department. It's, it's two separate tracks and they're not going to be modeled up. So they're going to have to try to tease those apart that's going to be a really sticky wicket. I think so it's, you know, thinking in candidates, obviously a huge issue that Canadians have been detained in Beijing. Trudeau's up for reelection. He'll wanna look like he's sort of working in the interest of Canadians, and I'm sure he'll be trying to also, you know, come out of, of this meeting looking strong, and like Canada has has some sway with the Trump administration. Do we expect anything profound to come from this meeting between president of the United States in Canada's Prime Minister, I think, at this point, you know, really just showing that, that they're getting along, they kind of got off to a strong start from the beginning Trudeau's been here three times? But he, he hasn't been since this sort of tiff, I guess, this disagreement that they had after the g seven meeting. So probably the biggest thing could come from. This is that they just are seem to be getting along and able to cooperate and that, you know, they've sort of mended the fences. Okay. We are also waiting to hear from President Trump, as he does meet with Canada's Prime Minister in the Oval Office at this hour, we're expecting them to make a statement. And when, and if they do, we're going to bring it to you here. Here on Bloomberg radio. Now, Sarah McGregor wanna thank you, US economic policy team leader for Bloomberg news. Coming up on Bloomberg politics, policy, power, and law or watching the Oval Office and the efforts to boost the number of women Republicans in congress, those efforts are being tested in North Carolina. The house freedom caucus is the one pushing back on that this is Bloomberg this. There's a difference between doing yourself and.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

"On the table that work see store for details and terms and conditions suspected abc news reporter brian ross will get to keep his job however abc news president james goldstone says ross will no longer cover stories involving president trump the move follows was aerovias report last friday of former national security advisor michael flynn he falsely reported that trump when he was still a candidate for president had told flynn to make contact with the russians instead ross waiter said that trump's in since came when he was president elect not a candidate ross was suspended for four weeks without pay goldstein was angry with the error as heard on an internal phone call that was leaked to cnn the report was immediately seized upon by trump as an example of fake news we're getting a sense of the cost of special counsel robert muller's investigation into russian election meddling ap correspondent ben thomas reports the report comes from the office of the special counsel it says from the date of robert muller's appointment in may through the end of september the office spent three point two million dollars to investigate russian election interference impossible coordination with trump associates coughs include about one point seven million dollars for salary and benefits and more than two hundred twenty three thousand on travel related expenses in addition the justice department has spent three point five million dollars to support the investigation though the special counsel's office says that money would have been spent even if muller had not been appointed ben thomas washington canadian prime minister justin trudeau says this country has high hopes for a trade agreement with china during his visit to beijing trudeau said he won't be rushed into negotiations however that could affect their economies for generations to come he told reporters tuesday canada was constantly engaged on trade issues with china is part of exploratory talks on a trade pact launched two years ago there were hopes formal talks them an agreement would be announced during trudeau's visit but it appeared that wasn't going to happen instead trudeau touted in agreement with china on the importance of battling climate change and upholding the 2015.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

"California wildfires i'm tim mcguire the navy news been at one fire official fears hundreds more homes have been destroyed by a wildfires burned across nearly eighty square miles of ventura county north of los angeles margo edison says she and her husband had to scramble to get out of their home an upper all hi i saw that it was going down into santa paula vet it could also the winds contains with this with san anna's very quickly income west skin that before and move so fast you barely have time to get out to people have been burned one critically in a one hundred acre wildfire in san bernardino east of la alabama republican senate candidate roy more a crowd during a campaign stop that he's been taken aback by the attention the race against drug doug jones's draw this race has been a very unusual race i mean it's been unusual from the very beginning i've never seen a race for so many national figures have come to alabama i'm too mcguire record imports lifted the us trade deficit to forty eight point seven billion in october the highest since january the commerce department says the trade gap rose eight point six percent in october from forty four point nine billion in september imports hit a record two hundred forty four point six billion in october and exports were unchanged a trade deficit means the us is buying more goods and services from other countries than it selling a rising trade gap reduces us economic growth canadian prime minister justin trudeau says this country has high hopes for a trade agreement with china during his visit to beijing trudeau said he won't be rushed into negotiations however that could affect their economies for generations to come he told reporters tuesday canada with constantly engaged on trade issues with china is part of exploratory talks on a trade pact launched two years ago there were hopes formal talks them an agreement would be announced during trudeau's visit but it appeared that wasn't going to happen instead trudeau touted in agreement with china and the importance of battling climate change and upholding the 2015 paris agreement apple might have to pay ireland up to thirteen billion euros in back taxes the government said in a statement on monday that an agreement had been reached to collect the money and hold it in an escrow account until.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

"The table that works to store for details in terms and conditions secretary of state rex tillerson's on the defensive wall touring europe is ap washington correspondent sagara mougani reports there's been tension between president trump until hirszon fourmonth days after the white house signalled it will likely replace tillerson in coming weeks he's defending progress at his department a b tillerson's being criticized for moves to overhaul the department and for leaving many ambassadorships unfilled at the us embassy in brussels were there is no embassador to either belgium or the european union he insisted things are coming along glory wiggle we're still there are questions as tillerson travels about whether he truly speaks for president trump saga remain ghani at the white house the bengals ended up stunned again ap's donald shook reports the steelers stages secondhalf rallied it topped their rivals and improved to tenant to chris basel kicked a thirty yard field goal as time expired sending the steelers past the battles on monday night football 23 twenty pittsburgh played for behind the entire game racing a seventeen nothing at first half deficit to gain the victory ben roethlisberger was solid going for two hundred ninety yards and two touchdowns eighty dalton played well thing for two hundred thirty two yards and two scores but in a losing effort again the final steelers over the bengal 23 twenty donald shook cincinnati canadian prime minister justin trudeau says this country has high hopes for a trade agreement with china during his visit to beijing trudeau's that he won't be rushed into negotiations however that could affect their economies for generations to come he told reporters tuesday canada was constantly engaged on trade issues with china is part of exploratory talks on a trade pact launched two years ago there were hopes formal talks them an agreement would be announced during trudeau's visit but it appeared that wasn't going to happen instead trudeau touted in agreement with china and the importance of battling climate change and upholding the 2015 paris agreement when we listen to the radio we never agree on the station classic rock hip hot guys quiet the one thing we do agree on.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

"Only just begun the largest blaze in ventura county is burn across nearly eighty square miles taking out numerous neighborhoods even a psychiatric hospital the white house says president trump will tomorrow outline is decision on a potential move the us embassy in israel us officials have said trump may recognize jerusalem as israel's capital but possibly delay moving the embassy from tel aviv to that city trump administration officials still debating the particulars of the president's expected speech i too maguire secretary of state rex tillerson's on the defensive while touring europe is ap washington correspondent sagara madani reports thursday intention between president trump and tillerson fourmonth days after the white house signalled it will likely replace tillerson in coming weeks he's defending progress at his department or tillerson's being criticized for moves to overhaul the department and for leaving many ambassadorships unfilled at the us embassy in brussels were there is no ambassador to either belgium or the european union he insisted things are coming along glory wiggled or we're still there are questions asked tillerson travels about whether he truly speaks for president trump saga remain ghani at the white house the bengals end up stunned again ap's donald shook reports the steelers stages second have rallied at top their rivals and improved to ten and two chris basel kicked a thirty yard field goal as time expired sending the steelers past the dangles on monday night football 23 twenty pittsburgh played for behind the entire game racing a seventeen nothing first half deficit to gain the victory ben roethlisberger was solid going for two hundred ninety yards and two touchdowns eighty dalton played well thanks for two hundred thirty two yards and two scores but in a losing effort again the final steelers over the bangles 23 twenty donald shook cincinnati canadian prime minister justin trudeau says his country has high hopes for a trade agreement with china during his visit to beijing trudeau's that he won't be rushed into negotiations however that could affect their economies for generations to come he told reporters tuesday canada was constantly engaged on trade issues with china is part of exploratory talks on a trade pact launched two years ago there were hopes formal talks them an agreement would be announced during trudeau's visit but it appeared that wasn't going to happen instead trudeau touted in agreement with china on the importance of battling climate change and upholding the 2015 paris agreement.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

"Gamecube ap's donald shook reports the steelers stage effective rally to top their rivals that improved to ten of two chris basel kicked a thirty yard field goal as time expired sending the steelers past the bangladesh on monday night football 23 twenty pittsburgh played for behind the entire game racing a seventeen nothing at first half deficit to gain the victory ben roethlisberger was solid going for two hundred ninety yards and two touchdowns eighty don't played well thing for two hundred thirty two yards and two scores but in a losing effort again the final steelers over the bengal 23 twenty donald shook cincinnati secretary of state rex tillerson's on the defensive wall touring europe is ap washington correspondent sagara mougani reports there's been tension between president trump and tillerson fourmonth days after the white house signalled it will likely placed tillerson in coming weeks he's defending progress at his department the tillerson's being criticized for moves to overhaul the department and for leaving many ambassadorships unfilled at the us embassy in brussels were there is no ambassador to either belgium or the european union he insisted things are coming along glory wiggled or we're still there are questions asked tillerson travels about whether he truly speaks for president trump saga remain ghani at the white house canadian prime minister justin trudeau says this country has high hopes for a trade agreement with china during his visit to beijing trudeau said he won't be rushed into negotiations however that could affect their economies for generations to come he told reporters tuesday canada was constantly engaged on trade issues with china is part of exploratory talks on a trade pact launched two years ago there were hopes formal talks them an agreement would be announced during trudeau's visit but it appeared that wasn't going to happen instead trudeau touted in agreement with china and the importance of battling climate change and.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on AP News

"A bright spot in a mostly grim report of global species at risk of extinction two types of new zealand kiwi bird's have been upgraded from endangered too vulnerable by the international union for the conservation of nature the report credits new zealand's campaign to rid its islands of predators such as rats possums and stoltz that of helped kill off more than forty unique species of new zealand birds the iuc anz latest report of its red list of endangered species mostly reported grave threats to animals and plants threats include loss of habitat and unsustainable farming and fisheries practices the iucn uses scientific assessments of the risks to species and are subject to independent reviews the group also helps guide decisions on con survey shen efforts the red list which it calls a barometer of life identifies which local species are at risk of extinction the bengals end up stunned again a donald shook reports the steelers stages secondhalf rally to top their rivals and improved to tenant to chris basel kicked a thirty yard field goal as time expired sending the steelers past the dangles on monday night football 23 twenty pittsburgh played from behind the entire game racing a seventeen nothing at first half deficit to gain the victory ben roethlisberger was solid going for two hundred ninety yards and two touchdowns eighty dalton played well fling for two hundred thirty two yards and two scores but in a losing effort again the final steelers over the bangles 23 twenty donald shook cincinnati canadian prime minister justin trudeau says his country has high hopes for a trade agreement with china during his visit to beijing trudeau said he won't be rushed into negotiations however that could affect their economies for generations to come he told reporters tuesday canada was constantly engaged on trade issues with china is part of exploratory talks on a trade pact launched two years ago there were hopes formal talks on an agreement would be announced during trudeau's visit but it appeared that wasn't going to happen instead trudeau touted in agreement with china and the importance of battling climate change and.

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"beijing trudeau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"beijing trudeau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Position to what she cold seen a foe via and racism to his commitment to native patrick johnny you bloomberg news cheering i'm canada's prime minister justin should jet today is in china in a bid to based economic ties between the two countries device can wheels has more from beijing trudeau to diversified trade bench burned economic growth at home by reviving chinese investment china hope to lure canada to join its new global investment banker a few torrance doing their relationship so including human right positions on the chain saw china sea claimed an market back issues that can will bloomberg radio batall get the news twenty five as a day powered by more than twenty six hundred gem listened and listen more than one hundred and twenty countries i'm tundra killed off this is game bank torrance of justin trudeau had heading to china wonderful tickets battle it will misuse if he's always tech instruct often some sort of but situation well we'll find that we have the beanbag reports of bothering him be with them bowden that can canadian government jets and we should actually be hearing more from him at some point nights today went to some conclusion mate on the ride it or i digress is a heckuva stats coming up on the buzzwords europe in a time of brags that and donald trump we all square the popular isn't will derailed the global recovery well dot is according to our guest we speak on on chief economists upsets went back no let's just we bring it up to date day with them all get set before we do that interview we are looking empty and the cia specific index hired by about four ten salute the center thing and it a bit of a rally carrying on from the united states into a said this morning this is bloomberg every day i wake up at five to give data's medicine every day i wake up at five to give gattis medicine at six make his breakfast every day i wake up at five to give data's medicine at six i make his breakfast at seven nine shower.

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