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Kamala Harris asks Amy Coney Barrett: 'Do you believe climate change is happening?'

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Kamala Harris asks Amy Coney Barrett: 'Do you believe climate change is happening?'

"After a couple of days. Testimony by the judge the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett wraps up later today. It was grilled by Democrat Kamala Harris on everything from workers rights to the environment. You said that quote you have read things about climate change, but you would not say You have firm news on coming to the defense. Republican John Kennedy of Louisiana. Are you a gauged clean air? Bright water. An environmental justice. I am not against any of those Things committee today said to hold its first of two votes on Barrett's nomination. The final one set for next week. But I knew reporting

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Fresh update on "john kennedy" discussed on Advice Line

Advice Line

01:01 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "john kennedy" discussed on Advice Line

"Perilous world Radio with David and Alan Masters. Here's your host. Alan Masters and David Master is talking to you about what's happening in our perilous world. My last segment I have to step away, but I want to tell you that in witnessing You know, and witnessing the rally's lately that Trump has been doing and Biden have been doing both of them. There is a stark difference between these two Everywhere Trump goes. There is not only a full stadium or a fool, you know, wherever he is, it is overflow into the parking lot and people waiting to get in, and they only have so much room for people, but they're packing in as Titus sardines. And then you go to the Biden rallies, and it's just standing there by himself. It's a joke, it's said it really, honestly is not city Shadow people. He's talking to the air. What happens here? Honestly, when you see the polls and you hold the pole up and you go, Biden's winning okay. And then here's the Biden Rally, and then Trump's losing What? Wait a minute. What? What's going on here? Okay, So as soon as John Kennedy said, What is what he said, Moron? Yeah, we ain't no morons. That's right. They saw on that. No. Yesterday, a democratic strategist. His name is Kevin Walling. Tells America's new room that Joe Biden's fundraising numbers show his voter enthusiasm. Now wait, you hear about him talking to an empty parking lot, but his fundraising numbers tell the story. Listen huge turnout there. John Roberts, the talking top of the show was talking about the enthusiasm level for the president appears to be everybody's robust Now as it was in 2016. What do you make of that, In contrast to the polls Trace. It's like Yogi Berra's famous quote. It's like deja vu all over again. We see a lot of enthusiasm with Donald Trump on the ground in these rallies. Now in Arizona. He's going to be crisscrossing the country this week in the lead up to Thursday's debate, and of course, there's enthusiasm on the ground for him. I counter that with the enthusiasm we saw in the 5.5 million Americans. That have fueled Joe Biden's campaign smashing all records. 5.5 million Americans fueled Joe Biden's fund raising. Well, you know, Alan 5.5 million. That's a pretty pathetic number. If you ask me really think about it. 5.5 million and again to you. Maybe 5.5 million people will vote for Biden. I've seen a few of their yard signs around here, You know, and I spit on him every time. I didn't say that. Oh, you know what? I have to tell you that I didn't know that I was reading about this guy. Toobin Tobin. Oh, No way. No way. No way. I might think he's the most on a CNN anchor. There is I. They shouldn't fire him. They shouldn't have dismissed him from the Atlantic. He is the poster boy. They need to put him back up there. So I let him do his thing, man. Go ahead, let him do his thing. You're not supposed to say that. But I mean, first of all, here's a legal analyst, right? But and I don't know. I mean, maybe these guys are kind of, you know. Um boys reverted to be X Ray Dick Twist. Well, I mean, he was on a zoom, voyeuristic. Yeah, with his other people and pleasuring himself. I guess that's the best way. That's the wet. That's it that then? Well, yeah, I mean, from some pleasures for brothers, but But here's the thing, though, I mean, think about it. Here's the thing. The question is, I mean, isn't kind of like when you're talking about politics and mean. I don't know the guy. It's like, Wait a minute. What is wrong with that picture politics and Zac's and pleasuring it? What the hell? America little analyst for CNN. In the living out. He is the most honest CNN guy they've got. He's just honest and just you know what I mean? These people are all about hate, you know? Be really that's that's the whole idea, right? Be really tell people that whatever your truth is, well, that's his truth. Well, he was suspended. Which doesn't mean he was fired there like you need to take some time off, Brother. And here's what he said. By the way, he said, not your farm. Not sure. You know what Trump would say You're fired. Listen, yeah, You know he would, he said Hey, said he offered an apology Toobin did for his embarrassingly stupid mistake. And in an attempt to explain what led to the incident. I made an embarrassing, stupid mistake believing I was off camera. Okay, so off camera, That's what you're all about, Toobin, you've been Toobin. But here's the thing. Here's thing He's not saying You know what? I've got some problems that I need to deal. How is that? How is that a problem? Sorry. You saw that. Yeah, Exactly. Exactly. I'm sorry. You saw that wink wink. O M. G, but I think the only two words would have come out of Trump's mouth, which are your fire by it, and these guys have suspended him while he Well, I just have to be so careful. I don't want to. I don't want to take it too far down the track You're being Oh, my God! America! What is going on? What kind of a sick perverted What kind of sick perversion is going on in the In the world. I mean, who are you to judge? It doesn't just happen on on the left, either because it happens on both sides. There's so many people. Listen, get your minds out of the gutter. Quick pleasuring yourself like this. It's just do you Oh, wait. All right. Well, I guess we just we want the man's name is Jeffrey Toobin do yourself and just don't go Look at what they how they describe it. It's it's you don't want to know. Honestly, it's just really bad, right. It doesn't bother them in any way, shape or form. He's like, Well, I'm going to get a better raise. I'm going to get a bit. I got to get a better position. We're going to continue to Seymour and Mohr of this. As you know, I know that from what I've heard, anyway, From what? I've heard that on Hunter Biden's laptop, there was all kinds of sick pictures and things and those will start surfacing. They'll be leaked. And they're waiting till just gets just a little bit closer, Really. Couple weeks away a bit closer will continue to leak out some of these things and you're going to see that this president this presidential, I should say candidate. Is his family is rotten, but it's rotten from the head down, and it's sad. And we'll take. You know there's a there's a TV show called Animal Kingdom. Have you ever seen it? The old one. No, no, it's called Animal Kingdom. It's about a crime family and for them just being criminals. It's sort of like it's their way of life to them. They don't know what else to be..

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Takeaways from Day 2 of Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation Hearings

WBBM Evening News

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Takeaways from Day 2 of Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation Hearings

"Questions in the books and Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett was pressed by the Senate Judiciary Committee for a second day Amy Cockney, Barrett faced tough questions from Democratic senators. Amy Klobuchar asked Barrett if she was aware that one of President Trump's campaign promises was to get rid of the affordable care act is the answer. Yes, then that you were rubbish are all these questions you're suggesting that I have animus or that I cut a deal with the president questions from Republicans like Louisiana. Senator John Kennedy were a bit easier. Are you a racist? I am not a racist Senator Kennedy. The final day of the hearings will feature witnesses for and against the nomination. Steve Futterman CBS News A Buffalo Grove

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Newt Minow on the Presidential Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

06:07 min | 2 months ago

Newt Minow on the Presidential Debates

"Hi everybody I'm John Donvan and this is intelligence squared US part of our discourse disruptor series and what we're going to be focusing on. Our the coming presidential debates they are coming sort of starting September twenty-ninth, the first of three. And of course, because everything's different this year, the debates are going to feel different almost certainly going to be. In some fashion remote, maybe the debaters, the candidates won't even be in the same place. There's only going to be one moderator. We're not gonNA live audience because you can't have that many people in one space in this dangerous time. Also what we have going on as a conversation simultaneously with which is focused on, maybe we shouldn't have debates maybe it's time to wrap up that whole institution and go back to a time of no debates. And when I say go back did you know that for most of American history this institution that we know is the debates did not exist that for most of our history, there were no debates and did you know that once we started having debates that in the first series, there was a remote debate the candidates were not in the same place and there was no live audience. And there was only one moderator. So maybe things are circling back. There's a lot of history here and we are interested in that because. At intelligence squared, we are very interested in history and we are also very very interested in debates. So that's what we want to focus on and we want to focus. In this case of discourse disrupters with an excellent source of information about the past and the present and potentially the future, and that is a gentleman named Newton Minot and Newton Minnow is an old friend of intelligence squared us and he's also known as the father of American presidential debates and we'll talk a little bit about why that is. But first, let's bring Newt Minnow into the conversation newt. Thank you so much for for joining us. It's really a pleasure to be back in communication with you. John I. LOOK FORWARD TO I. Admire your work or the intelligence squared very very much. Well, thank you. Can I ask before we start everything else I find it interesting that for folks who don't know you have lived through some very, very disruptive times and this one in your nineties a comes at the after a long series of other adventures. I mean, you have lived through I, think twenty three presidential elections. At this point, you have seen twelve cycles of the debates that we're GONNA be talking about. You lived through the major disruption called World War to. Use served overseas you went into politics You're an aide to ally Stevenson who ran for president does the Democratic nominee twice in the nineteen fifties. So you saw two elections then you joined John Kennedy's administration and you saw the trauma of his assassination and then you were very close friends with Robert Kennedy and you saw his assassination and lived through that and and now this. Just just to take a moment is, is this disruption different in dramatically in kind from all of the others you've seen so far? Well, I lived through all that, but then I had another. Exposure to politics with Obama, the because Michelle worked for our firm and and Barack came to be a summer associate and they fell in love and so we got. So we had another round politics with with with the OBAMAS. About that but all throughout, I would say the last fifty years of this you have been intersecting with this institution that we call the presidential debates take us back to nineteen, fifty, nine, nineteen, sixty, where as an aide to at least Stevenson. You actually were involved in the idea of pushing forward the idea that there there. He did not get to take part in that kind of debate but was interested in enemies interested because you are suggesting it. You have a very strong faith in the idea of technology. To be a force for good and for communication and you saw television as this, you're right as this big thing happening in the sixties. Well, it actually was in the fifties in when. In in the fifty six. Presidential, election. The incumbent President President Eisenhower. Having a heart attack. And there was a big question whether he would be able to run again. And I suggested to adly that instead of the candidates. Rushing. All over the country and speaking crowds that that. Now, we have television which reached every home. And that instead of traditional debate that. There'd be a series of joint appearances or debates between the presidential candidates. As they considered that his advisors thought it was a gimmick and it was he never suggested it. The Federal Communications Act when it was originally passed during the new deal. Required equal time for political candidates. The law said section three fifteen FA broadcaster gives or sells time to one candidate. At must give ourselves time to the opponent on the same basis. As a result that was interpreted by the Federal Communications Commission to mean any use of the air by a candidate including being in a news program. So the broadcasters were pressing to get news programs exempt. From the equal time requirement and they finally succeeded in the late fifties. But debates were not regarded as a news program.

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Louisiana abortion law struck down by Supreme Court

KYW 24 Hour News

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Louisiana abortion law struck down by Supreme Court

"There. Ruling struck down a Louisiana law that requires any doctor offering abortion services have hospital privileges at a nearby hospital. CBS legal analyst Jonathan Turley on conservative Justice John Roberts sided with the four liberal justices. He is someone not comfortable with with the the court court dictating dictating Sweeping Sweeping changes. changes. This This would would have have been been a a critical critical moment. moment. Many Many have have argued argued that that the the best best way to attack the legacy of Roe v. Wade. Is the chip away at the edges to impose these types of limitations on hospitals and doctors. GOP Louisiana Senator John Kennedy was quick to post video reaction on Twitter states should be able to put basic health and safety calls in place. To safeguard people from the deficient care that abortion clinics two often offer them, and the ruling was a relief to abortion rights advocates here in the Philadelphia area and a disappointment to pro life groups. Hey, boy, W's Pat Lobe reports. Both sides intend to continue pressing their case. So freaky of the women's law projects as the Louisiana case was, as the decision pointed out word for word, the same as the Texas case struck down four years ago. So the decision wasn't exactly a surprise. But with a more conservative majority on the high court, it was not a certainty. That's why we're so relieved and glad that the opinion came out the way it did. Planned. Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania president Dale Steinberg says she was only mildly surprised the chief justice It was the deciding vote. He's been making some reasonable decisions, and this was one of them. The Pennsylvania Pro Life Federation disagrees. They cite dissenting Justice Clarence Thomas's view that Louisiana's law was perfectly legitimate and call it a sad day for women who deserve the best possible medical care. Pennsylvania has not attempted to require admitting privileges for doctors performing abortions. But it has imposed other rules that Richie says make it difficult for new clinics to open. Even this neighboring states imposed restrictions that may push women to travel here for the procedure. We have got a long way to go before we reach anything remotely close. Reproductive justice that Lo que y w NEWS RADIO Tuesday

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Verizon is pulling its advertising from Facebook

Rover's Morning Glory

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Verizon is pulling its advertising from Facebook

"Won't see any verizon ads on facebook for a while. Because the telecom giant has pulled their ads from the social media platform, it wants facebook to push back against misinformation and hate speech, Verizon's chief media officer John. Kennedy says that we're causing our advertising. We're pausing are advertising until facebook can create an acceptable solution that makes us comfortable in his consistent with what we've done with Youtube and other partners. facebook takes in some seventy billion dollars a year in advertising.

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Senate passes bill removing rogue Chinese firms from US stock exchanges

Morning Edition

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Senate passes bill removing rogue Chinese firms from US stock exchanges

"The Senate has unanimously passed a bill that could force some foreign companies off American stock exchanges any foreign company could be affected but senators were thinking a lot about China this given long running concerns about accounting practices market places now the sado is on that story today never what does this Senate bill do precisely it's a bipartisan legislation David introduced by Republican senator John Kennedy and Democrat Chris van Hollen and they say China is cheating misleading American investors the idea with the bill is to compel all foreign companies to allow American regulators access to their books to ensure their accounting is on the up and up this is the same standard American companies must meet to be listed on the stock exchanges the problem is there are more than two hundred foreign firms which are not meeting that standard many are Chinese and they have a combined market capitalization of nearly two trillion dollars their stocks are traded with American investors don't have a full picture of what's going on inside those companies

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Pelosi unveils $3T virus bill, warns inaction costs more

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Pelosi unveils $3T virus bill, warns inaction costs more

"Democrats in the house of rolled out a three trillion dollar coronavirus relief package house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the nation needs thank thank for the people now because if we don't it will cost more than lives and livelihood later not acting is the most expensive course the two thousand page bill includes more than more direct payments of twelve hundred dollars per person up to six thousand dollars per household votes expected Friday in the house then it goes to the Senate where Republicans cannot John Kennedy is apparently planning to vote no it reminded me of that old Jack Nicholson line go sale crazy somewhere else were all stocked up here he was on fox

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After four days of marathon negotiating, still no stimulus deal in the Senate

America in the Morning

02:40 min | 7 months ago

After four days of marathon negotiating, still no stimulus deal in the Senate

"Democrats and Republicans will continue their negotiations today after two failed attempts to clear a procedural hurdle on the coronavirus stimulus bill correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest the bill could inject almost two trillion dollars into the coronavirus fight and response but failure to work out differences on a number of sticking point stalled the process again on Monday the ETS are forty nine the nays are forty six three fifths of the senators duly chosen and sworn not having voted in the affirmative upon reconsideration the motion is not agreed to the bill needed sixty votes to advance but for the second day in a row fell far short of that goal Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blamed Democrats calling their demands completely unreasonable the American people have had enough of this nonsense and senator Susan Collins of Maine was uncharacteristically incensed we don't have another day we don't have another hour we don't have another minute Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says everyone understands time is of the essence that's why he says Democrats want a quick solution just like everyone else but he adds there must be some assurance is contained in the bill if this federal governments making a big loan to someone to big company we ought to know it and know the details immediately the bill that was put on the floor by the Republican leader said no one would know a thing about those loans for six months at least Democrat Sherrod brown of Ohio said those assurances must go even further we want to help these businesses especially small businesses we want to help the airlines but we need to make sure that this money passes through two employees that means no corporate bailouts without investing in the dignity of work it means if you're taking taxpayer money no stock buy backs No sending jobs overseas no outsourcing your jobs to independent contractors no golden parachutes for executives senator McConnell says Democrats were demanding a laundry list of items that are come plete ly unrelated to the bill Democrats Wallace found hospitals or save small businesses unless they get the dust off the green new deal Democrats on the other hand say Republicans aren't providing enough money in their bill for hospitals first responders or protective gear for health care workers while Republican John Kennedy of Louisiana said Congress is letting down the American people you know what the American people are thinking right now Mr president they're thinking if this country was founded by geniuses but it's being run by a bunch of idiots Democrat Chris Murphy a Connecticut had a quick response we don't think the bill that has been drafted by the majority party is going to fix the problem negotiations to fix the problem will resume today Linda Kenyon

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Sen. Kennedy says US airlines hit by the coronavirus crisis will receive loans, not bail-outs

Markley and Van Camp

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Sen. Kennedy says US airlines hit by the coronavirus crisis will receive loans, not bail-outs

"Whose name is John Kennedy not feeling any no strings attached bailouts for corporations in terms of industries like the airline industry the what these would be collateralized loan which they would not be bailout which they would be collateralized loans that that the airlines and airline industry would have to pay back

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US Sen. Bill Cassidy: Coronavirus stimulus checks should reach Americans by April

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00:41 sec | 7 months ago

US Sen. Bill Cassidy: Coronavirus stimulus checks should reach Americans by April

"Louisiana senator John Kennedy says the government is working on getting you and business owners money within the next few days will go past two hundred and fifty billion dollars worth of Bob government guaranteed loans for small businesses to keep them afloat the idea is for them to continue to employ people don't like anybody off if you happen to have it we're going to sand Evers American under a certain income nine and it'll be means tested two thousand dollars I think the first thousand I'll go out sometime in

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President Trump Speaks About Coronavirus

Glenn Beck

14:21 min | 8 months ago

President Trump Speaks About Coronavirus

"Many of the president's advisers have testified on Capitol Hill today about the corona virus and the administration's preparedness it has spread quickly across Europe at least thirteen European countries are now reporting cases initially four hundred forty people infected and the death toll at least twelve Bucks in Italy alone as the first U. S. service member has been diagnosed at a military base in South Korea in the United States the CDC is investigating reports of flight attendant has been diagnosed with the virus she had flown into and out of LAX airport in Los Angeles we are awaiting president trump's remarks in the White House briefing room a number of the president's aides including the health secretary ETS are are inside the room he has testified before Congress today this comes as a number of different countries are grappling with their own outbreaks in South Korea a U. S. soldier has come down to the coronavirus the military is ordering extra screenings of all service members and is a crucial step circling the Caribbean making an island using because someone on the phone is six we are awaiting president trump in the White House briefing room his aides have just come into the room Hey let's see what they have done we are waiting for the for some time waiting for us here's ABC's Devin Dwyer and very little time inside the room it is packed right now members of the cabinet behind me here you see economic council director Larry Kudlow's here health secretary Alex Cesar's yours while the president arrived back from India just this morning on the fact that he is holding this press conference today is a sign just how seriously he takes the threat from this disease and how seriously it could impact his presidency so we expect in the next few minutes presence talk about his plans and the two point five billion dollars he has a proposed an emergency fund it ABC's Devin Dwyer from the White House briefing room where we are awaiting president trump to speak to us about corona virus which has been spreading across Europe across Asia and for many medical experts they said there is an inevitable outbreak in the United States coming and we are waiting to hear what president trump has to say about it in the United States there seem to be about sixty cases health officials say American family should be prepared for more and the administration is taking pains to say that the United States is prepared even though some in the administration in recent days have seemingly played down the threat from corona virus as of president trump gets ready to declare the CDC and his administration are doing a great job handling corona virus she has tweeted that and he says there has not been one death in the United States let's keep it that way on Capitol Hill today the secretary of health and Human Services had a warning now even though Americans risk is low at the moment at the health secretary said that could change quickly lawmakers from both parties have voiced concern about the administration's response so as the president gets set to come to the White House briefing room microphone he does face that challenge not to induce panic but also to show that he is taking this seriously despite those tweets where he has seemingly tried to play down the threat we heard from at least one Republican senator today John Kennedy of Louisiana saying to the head of homeland security do we have enough respirators or not and and the the centers for disease control was pressed how many tests can the country conduct as of today and some Democrats have blamed the administration for failing to come clean on many of these are questions so we will see what the president is prepared to say any moment now as he walks into the White House briefing room to talk about the response to coronavirus as his administration faces what many medical experts say is an inevitable outbreak in the United States of the briefing room the White House briefing room which hasn't gotten the the the work out of late is now full of waiting president trump for the first time in that briefing room by the way since January of twenty nineteen and then not appearance he has a he declined to take questions so if he does take questions from all those reporters that are packed in there this would mark the first time in his administration he is taking questions inside the White House briefing room we'll see he has members of his cabinet that will be arrayed beside him as he gets set to take the podium to talk about the administration's response to corona virus that the president of course has been keeping a close eye on the the viruses climbing through Asia and Europe and it's also been closely watching the Dow Jones industrial average because that has taken a nose dive as of late amid fears that the virus is not contained in that will have been increasingly damaging effects on the economy not only the the American economy but the economy around the world companies like Microsoft came out today to say that the coronavirus is taking a toll much of what they manufacture in China is is taking a hit the administration has asked Congress for two and a half billion dollars to respond to the corona virus threats and house speaker Paul Losi said today that is not nearly enough and accusing the administration of an immediate response and so it seems Congress may be prepared for more president trump has now opened the doors to the briefing room followed by vice president Mike pence you're listening to live coverage from ABC thank you very much everybody thank you very much before I begin I'd like to extend my deepest condolences to the victims and families in Milwaukee Wisconsin earlier today wicked murder opened fire at a Molson Coors brewing company plant taking the lives of five people number of people were wounded so badly wounded our hearts break for them and their loved ones we send our condolences will be with them and it's a terrible thing terrible five our hearts go out to the people of Wisconsin then to the families thank you very much I've just received another briefing from a great group of talented people following the virus that is going around to various parts of the world we have through some very good early decisions decisions that were actually ridiculed at the beginning we closed up our borders through flights coming in from certain areas areas that were hit by the corona virus and hit pretty hard and we did it very early a lot of people thought we shouldn't have done it that early and we did and it turned out to be a very good thing and the number one priority from our standpoint is the health and safety of the American people unless you have unit when I made that decision because of all we've done the risk to the American people remains very low we have the greatest experts in the war really in the world right here the people that are called upon by other countries when things like this happen we we're ready to adapt and we're ready to do whatever we have to as the disease spreads if it spreads as most of you know the the level that we've had in our country is very low and those people are getting better a we think that in almost all cases there the better getting we have a total of fifteen we took in some from Japan you heard about that because they're American citizens and they're in quarantine and they're getting better too but we felt we had an obligation to do that it could have been as many as forty two and we found that we were it was just an obligation we felt that we had we could have left them and that would have been very bad very bad I think Merican papal and they're recovering of the fifteen people three original fifteen as I call them eight of them have returned to their homes to stay in their homes until fully recovered one is in the hospital and five have fully recovered and one is we think in pretty good shape and did serve in between hospital and going home so we have a total of but we have a total of fifteen people and they're they're in the process of recovering with some already having fully recovered we started out by looking at certain things that we've been working with the hill very very carefully very strongly and I think we are very good bipartisan spirit for money we were asking for two and a half million and we think that's a lot but the Democrats and I guess senator Schumer wants is that much more than that and normally life I say we'll take it we'll take it if they want to give more will do more we're gonna spend whatever's appropriate hopefully we're not gonna have to spend so much because we really think we've done a great job in keeping it down to a minimum and again we've had tremendous success tremendous success beyond what people would have thought now the same time you do have some outbreaks in some countries Italy and various countries are having some difficulty China you know about where it started I spoke with president xi we had a great talk he's working very hard I have to say is working very very hard and if you can count on the reports coming out of China that spread has gone down quite a bit the infection seems to have calmed down over the last two days as opposed to getting larger it's actually gotten smaller in one instance where we think we can be it's somewhat reliable it seems to have gotten quite a bit smaller with respect to the money that said being negotiated they can do whatever they want I mean they can we'll do that don't have we're requesting two and a half some Republicans would like us to get four and some Democrats would like this to get eight to half and we'll be satisfied whatever whatever it is we're bringing in a specialist very highly regarded specialist tomorrow who works actually at the state department very very tremendously talented in doing this I want you to understand something that shocked me when I saw that I spoke with the doctor felt she on this and I was really amazed and I think most people are amazed to hear that the flu in our country kills from twenty five thousand people to sixty nine thousand people a year that was shocking to me and so far if you look at what we have with the fifteen people and their recovery one is one is pretty sick but the hopefully we'll recover but the others are in great shape but think of that twenty five thousand to sixty nine thousand over the last ten years we've lost three hundred and sixty thousand these are people that have died from the flu from what we call the flu Hey did you get your flu shot and that something now what we've done is we've stopped non US citizens from coming into America from China that was done very early on with screening people we have been at a very high level of screening people coming into the country from infected areas we have in quarantine those infected and those at risk we have a lot of great quarantine facilities for rapidly developing vaccine and they can speak to you the professionals can speak to you about that the vaccine is coming along well and speak into the doctors with like this is something that we can develop fairly rapidly a vaccine for the future and coordinate with the support of our partners we have great relationships with all of the countries that we're talking about some it's fairly large number of countries so much one person and many countries have no problem whatsoever and we'll see what happens but we're very very ready for this for anything whether it's going to be a break out of larger proportions or whether or not where you know we're at that very low level and we want to keep it that way so we're at the low level as they get better we take them off the list so that we're going to be pretty soon at only five people that we could be at just one or two people over the next short period of time so we've had very good luck the Johns Hopkins I guess it is a highly respected great place they did it is still a a study comprehensive the country's best and worst prepared for an epidemic and the United States is now we were rated number one we're rated number one for being prepared this is a list of different doctors and I want to get in your special food for the fifty giga this is a list of the different countries United States is rated number one most prepared United Kingdom Netherlands Australia Canada Thailand Sweden Denmark South Korea Finland

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Trump administration seeks $2.5 billion in funds to fight coronavirus

News, Traffic and Weather

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Trump administration seeks $2.5 billion in funds to fight coronavirus

"And members of both parties are criticizing the trump administration's response is forced to keep us safe in American service some straight answers on the corona virus get them from the Louisiana Republican John Kennedy grilling secretary of health and Human Services Alex these are in Washington Democrat Patty Murray accused the administration of trying to cut funds to programs needed to fight the virus finally sent an emergency supplemental request micromanaging and I'm very concerned this request is not enough to ensure that we are putting all the necessary resources towards this emerging threat president trump meanwhile says the situation is under

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Bipartisan concern and outrage about coronavirus spill over on Capitol Hill

News, Traffic and Weather

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Bipartisan concern and outrage about coronavirus spill over on Capitol Hill

"And the spread of coronaviruses Congress worried and members of both parties are criticizing the trump administration's response is forced to keep us safe and Americans serve some straight answers on the corona virus I'm from Louisiana Republican John Kennedy grilling secretary of health and Human Services Alex these are in Washington Democrat Patty Murray accused the administration of trying to cut funds to programs needed to fight the virus finally sent an emergency supplemental request by governor Jiang and I'm very concerned this week west is not enough to ensure that we are putting all the necessary resources towards this emerging threat president trump meanwhile says the situation is under

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Coronavirus triggers swift bipartisan backlash against Trump Administration

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Coronavirus triggers swift bipartisan backlash against Trump Administration

"The spread of coronavirus has Congress worried I'm Lisa Jaffe with Rick van sice members of both parties are criticizing the trump administration's response you're supposed to keep us safe and Americans serve some straight answers on the coronavirus get them from you that's rich Louisiana Republican John Kennedy grilling secretary of health and Human Services Alex Cesar and Washington Democrat Patty Murray accused the administration of trying to cut funds to programs needed to fight the virus are you finally sent an emergency supplemental request last night micromanaging and I'm very concerned this is not enough to ensure that we are putting all the necessary resources towards this emerging threat resident truck meanwhile says the situation is under

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Officials try to stem virus panic, keep borders maintained

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:35 min | 8 months ago

Officials try to stem virus panic, keep borders maintained

"We're not out to our cause a panic but today the centers for disease control said Americans should brace for the spread of the corona virus here officials say is no longer a matter of if but when Dr Nancy Meissonier is the the rector of the national center for immunization and respiratory diseases at the CDC says that while there are only thirty five confirmed cases in the U. S. now a major outbreak is possible cases in the United States and no spread in the community more and more countries experienced community spread successful containment at our borders become harder and harder because that's not the message from president trump those speaking in India as he wrapped up his trip there he said he thinks the corona virus is just going to go away and that his administration is on top of it Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer accused the president of being asleep at the wheel as the threat bills responded any feel with more from Washington many Democrats including senator Chuck Schumer dismissing the president's prediction the corona virus will go away when the weather is warmer the trump administration has shown powering and dangerous incompetence the president's fellow Republican senator John Kennedy scolding the homeland security secretary his first keep us safe and Americans deserve some straight answers Congress working to approve billions for prevention and a vaccine worldwide more than eighty thousand cases have been confirmed now most inside out fifty three reported again here in the US concerns are growing about the virus is spread in Europe Italy has three hundred confirmed cases seven deaths so far in Iraq and the head of the country's counter car coronavirus task force now himself infected and fifteen people there have

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Trump administration's coronavirus response comes under fire

Rush Limbaugh

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Trump administration's coronavirus response comes under fire

"Illness coronavirus grips Washington today as the government and lawmakers look to make sure the U. S. is prepared for what health officials warn could be a bad outbreak Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the administration is doing too little to confront the coronavirus and Schumer says whatever the administration is doing it's coming too late the trump administration is trying to build an airplane while already in mid flight Republican senator John Kennedy also seems frustrated by the administration's responses to questions the acting head of homeland security Chad wolf the American federal reserve some straight answers on the corona virus while in a separate hearing the secretary of health and Human Services Alex Hayes are says more cases of coronavirus in the US are very

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Mainframes: Timesharing

Command Line Heroes

05:23 min | 8 months ago

Mainframes: Timesharing

"You can't tell g story without telling Dartmouth College Story. Dartmouth was really the Institution Matt. Handed time sharing to Ge as both use of those computers and as a way of doing business dartmouth at a very young mathematics department in the late fifty s and early nineteen sixties and several of the faculty including John. Kennedy and Thomas Kurtz had experienced in computing and saw computing as a way to attract really bright math and science students to the college by Nineteen. Sixty two you. They were ready to propose time sharing to the National Science Foundation to get funding to actually build a campus wide and eventually New England Wide Computing Network. That was efficient for the user. They really thought that computing would be a necessary skill for their students in the coming decades. And they saw time sharing as the form of computing that would enable all of their students to gain computing experience and that was revolutionary. That was something that was really not done anywhere else. At the time even at a place like mit which also implemented time sharing or Carnegie Mellon the users were primarily the scientists and engineers whereas at Dartmouth which was a liberal arts college. The users were nearly all of the student bodies have regardless of area of study or previous experience. When Kennedy and Kurtz who were the math professor's leading this project review proposals and really it was the two twenty five in combination with the data net. Thirty that. They saw the way to implement time sharing. They knew the two twenty five would quickly be upgraded. There were already plans for the two thirty five but it was really that combination of the Dana Net. Thirty which could be used to sort of stop the clocks so to speak and enable communications between users and the mainframe to twenty five or to thirty five that the Dartmouth people sort of latched onto in the early nineteen sixty s mainframe. Computers are so expensive that G. E. TO twenty-five computer cost about two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Actually as delegation from DARTMOUTH WENT TO G in Phoenix hoping to create a partnership with G. E. saying we the faculty and students. Dr Will Create this time sharing system for you if you give us a two twenty five an Edina net thirty for free. Ge declined that offer but they did give the college a substantial discount. I believe it was a sixty percent discount on the machines. General Electric delivered the two twenty five and the data at thirty two dartmouth in March of nineteen sixty four and two undergraduate students acquired responsibility for actually programming and implementing time sharing using those two computers. Their names were John. Itchy and Michael Bush so Jon. Hagey acquired responsibility for the two twenty five and Michael. Bush had programming ownership on the demon at thirty so they had to figure out how to make their respective machines communicate with each other and they took ownership of those responsibilities in not the machines were known as McGee and Bush and the young men were known as two twenty five and thirty. The two of them took this terribly. Personally it wasn't John's machine and Mike's Machine it was John and Mike who were not responding and they would stand at opposite ends of the room and yell at each other at the top of their voices so I think that's the soul of that machine as these two college students who are so immersed in their enthusiasm for making time sharing work that they become the machines and their personal efforts actually enable literally hundreds of thousands of not millions of other students to access competing in the nineteen sixty s via basic time sharing once it was implemented and New Hampshire those students. Some of them actually went to explain what they had done to the GE engineers and very soon after that GE started marketing time sharing as best and a feature of its computers. Ge sells off. Its ME frame. Business in one thousand nine hundred seventy but it retains its time sharing business for at least another decade well into the nineteen eighties and continues to provide time sharing service to individuals and businesses around the world Over the course of several

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1,100 former Justice Department employees call on Barr to resign

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 8 months ago

1,100 former Justice Department employees call on Barr to resign

"News this morning in oz stone the is that make that an online petition that presses Attorney General William Barr to resign has been signed up by more than eleven hundred former justice department employees that petitioner just current government employees to report any signs of unethical behavior also commands the for prosecutors who withdrew from the Rogers don't case after the justice department intervene to recommend a lighter prison term for that first time offender a stone is scheduled to be sentenced this week for his conviction on seven felony charges and his potential punishment remains under close scrutiny as we hear from WTOP is Mitchel Miller on Capitol Hill Louisiana senator John Kennedy defends Attorney General William Barr is handling of the sentencing recommendation even though for prosecutors resigned from the case after bar suggested a lighter recommended sentence still bar has said categorically on a on a quickly that the president has never tried to influence him in a criminal case nor should he Kennedy spoke on CBS's face the nation but Maryland democratic senator Chris van Hollen is troubled by Barr's intervention Attorney General Barr is going along and has become a popular the president that's a very dangerous situation a status hearing ahead of stone sentencing is scheduled for

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"john kennedy" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"John Kennedy of Louisiana called the impeachment process in the house as rigged as a carnival ring toss tell CBS news I want people walk away saying the Senate gave everyone due process an opportunity to be heard because they can't say that my house negotiations on the path forward in the Senate remain on ice through the holiday break Stephen Portnoy's CBS news Washington to Georgia men are being kicked out of the Army National Guard after activists reported they were associated with a white supremacist religious group army investigators began looking at the two men after the Atlanta anti fascist group tied them to a neo pagan religious sect called the also truth full assembly because of its white only emphasis that group is attracted neo **** and other supremacists one of the men Trent east has also lost his job at a Georgia county jail he was photographed in a white nationalist event in twenty seventeen and had been posting white supremacist slogans on social media but east denies being racist he says he just wants to worship the same way his Norse ancestors did in the past I'm Jackie Quinn the nation's housing secretary's as California isn't doing enough to find constructive solutions to the state's homelessness epidemic speaking on fox news hud secretary Ben Carson says the nation has made great strides on the issues if you don't include the Golden State I have not found the same urgency in the leadership in the state that I hope to find let's put it that way his remarks come as president trump again threaten the state with federal intervention if governor Gavin Newsom didn't take action though Mr trump did not specify what that would be in recent remarks Newsome accused the White House of playing politics with the issue saying the president is not serious about it Mexico's top financial investigator has released his annual report revealing webs of corruption and money laundering by thieves traffickers and political figures among them a federal judge who took bribes to rule in favor of the violin cartel the judge then used a lawyer's office to buy vehicles and send millions of dollars to people in the United States the head of Mexico's financial intelligence unit also reported that a gang stole fuel from government pipelines and then set up trucking companies to launder profits Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has shored up his base with a landslide primary victory American University professor guys Ziv explains how he did it is a Machiavellian politician he has a strong survival instincts he's a great campaigner he criss cross the country these last several weeks as if you were running for the very first time despite his front runner status and as always he went for the jugular Netanyahu plays during Netanyahu will still need a big win in national elections in March if he hopes to stay in office and gain immunity from prosecution on corruption charges that will be the third vote in less than a year after he failed to form a government after the last two elections Netanyahu will need a sixty one seed coalition to secure immunity from prosecution trouble spot on the two ten freeway in Monrovia we'll see what's going on there find out the broader picture as well of your freeways and check your extended forecast coming up in under three minutes on KNX it's twelve forty two okay it's because Hey.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

13:33 min | 11 months ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"It. There's no question I didn't run for the seat to a piece of president. Go back and check my eighteen months of running for this office. There's nothing in there about that. We Republicans in Tossup Senate seats are also wary of laying in protesters gathered at all six of Senator Collins's main offices on on Tuesday justice you went one adjoured go into a case prejudging yet and not being familiar with all the evidence. I feel very strongly about that. A Senate trial could also scramble the twenty twenty calendar requiring the six senators running for president to return to Washington after the the December holidays. We'll take a choice. Come on we're on. We'll be determined by majority sentiment and while Democrats support impeachment. They're not enthusiastic about about campaigning. On it not first and foremost what about impeachment out here on the trail. Our job is to talk to voters about how their lives are going to be impacted by. WHO's sitting in the White House? Every moment we're talking about impeaching Donald Trump or donald trump in any context. We are not creating a positive vision for the country and joining me. Now is Democratic Democratic presidential candidate Senator Cloud Minnesota Senator Kluber short. Welcome back to meet the press. spanky check it's wonderful to be on all right the collision of impeachment. The campaign is all now now upon US sixty three days I think will be caucusing. You might be. They're taking a break from the Senate trial. What role does public opinion? Play an all this for you. I mean we're at a stalemate no matter what you think of the facts were to public. Opinion Stalemate here what role should that play in this. The first obligation is a constitutional one. We don't have a choice. This is something where the founding fathers themselves James Madison said that the reason we needed impeachment provision is that he feared that the president would betray the trust of the American people to a foreign power. That's why this is preceding seating. I see it simply as a global Watergate back then you had a president in Richard Nixon was paranoid and he delegated to some people that go break into the headquarters and get into a file cabinet to get dirt on a political opponent. That's basically what this president has done on a global basis. Yes it's it's a public trial and the public will be able to see more and we'll be able to reach their own decisions. But in the end it's our constitutional obligation and I can do two things at once once. Let me I want to show you a quote from a Congress member of Congress from Michigan. WHO said this Brenda Lawrence? Democrats said this. We're so close to election. I will tell you sitting sitting here knowing how divided the country is. I don't see the value of taking him out of office but I do see the value of putting down a marker saying is behavior is not acceptable. That is one way to look at this public opinion that you see people sort of the people that are actually listening. Everything are torn on the election as posted. This are split in this. You got a democratic member in your on state. Colin Peterson who didn't even vote to go through this procedure. He's from a trump district. Is that what you here. Let me talk about how I I see this yes. This is a legal impeachment proceedings and it could result in him being thrown out of office. That is true but I see this as part of a bigger pattern manner and the pattern is this. He betrays the trust of the American people. He puts his private interests. He puts his business interests. He puts his partisan political interests in front of our countries. That's what people get. That's why you see. For instance the fact that he went out there and rallied for the opponents. Republicans in Louisiana and Kentucky and the Democrats. That's one we have a new democratic governor in Kentucky and that is because people said you know what he's betrayed us on healthcare. We haven't been able to get the healthcare that we want fear though what he could do how he would interpret a Senate acquittal. I have no idea what he will do. All I know is that we have an obligation obligation to the country to lead to have this proceeding be conducted fairly which I believe it has. It was all in public in the last week. People got to see deep people Lieutenant Colonel Vehement who made the American point to his dad. Hey this is a country where you can tell the truth. I think the importance is that it's fair. And then we get a result. The Republicans of poured millions of dollars into the swing district trying with an anti impeachment message. Democrats have not countered and I understand why they have it right. They don't want to look like they're politicizing this process and yet what's happening. It's an asymmetrical warfare and you're losing the political argument in public opinion should should there hindsight twenty twenty Democrats making a mistake not sticking up with paid media for these particularly the swing State Democrats. I think it's way too early to tell that. Chuck we've we've got a whole election season in front of us and my evidence is what just happened where we took back the Virginia State House and State Senate right in the middle of all this because the voters were looking at that yes. This is patriotism. Check this is values check. There are people that don't even want to have the watch the president on TV anymore. They they have to turn the volume down on their TV and it is also an economic check so when I went on those that Blue Wall tour of places like Michigan and Pennsylvania into Wisconsin sent and talk to citizens who may be voted for him before they said enough. He hasn't come through for us. Our prescription drug costs are skyrocketing. What has he doesn't he's just whining on TV all the time? Let me talk about your race. It seems as if right now everybody is focused on everybody's flaws all the reasons why none of you can unite tonight. The Democratic Party one. None of you can do this. And you've got this problem in this candid. It's got that problem. It's only a focus on the words. Is this damaging long-term. We will come together. You know we are not like the Republican Party where they say he says jump and they say how high and no one says the emperor has no clothes are parties going to have a a debate about issues but I am the candidate from the very beginning that said we have to cross. The river of our divides when I announced on that river in the middle of that blizzard. I'm the candidate that said I don't want to be the president for half of America but all of America and I've set a very clear path that we will have divides but I am where the people you're and that means that I have big bold ideas no one has a monopoly and good idea But I am the one that will unite this party. What's the criticism of your campaign? So far that's resonated rated the most with you that you think that's fair. I'm trying to change. Well I think it would always be nice to get more money and we have. They're always saying Oh. Oh you haven't raised as much money as some of these other guys well. I'm not as well known sensitive last debate We've taken over two million dollars in one instance online line from regular people in six days so we are expanding. We're opening more offices in Iowa. Were more opening more offices and adding staff in New Hampshire and in the early states. And that's because the momentum's on our side and I'm never going to be able to compete with two billionaires. That is true. I'm not going to be able to buy this thirty. Some million dollars sent by. She clearly really insulted by Bloomberg country. I mean and look I understand. Have other look. This is your space. You're saying hey I'm the compromise. I'm the one that if I didn't falters. He's in all of a sudden. Hey You you're getting into my space. That's what you sounded like. Well it is more about money and politics for me. I have admiration for the work that he's done but I don't buy hi this argument that you get in because you say oh everyone else sucks I just don't I think we have strong candidates. I don't think that any of the polling or the numbers show that people are dissatisfied satisfied with all their candidates. They're trying to pick the right one so my case is to make that it's me. I'm the one from the beginning that has set that path that you look people in the is you. Tell them the truth that no. We're not going to give free college to everyone. But we're going to match our economy with the jobs and the education system that we have. I'm the one is the only one on the stage. Didn't get on that bill for kicking people off their current health insurance in four years Michael Bloomberg if he doesn't qualify if you don't ever get to debate him but ends up winning a nomination can happen. I mean you are the debate people and he also has to get out there you know. I didn't see him out out there in the middle of that snowstorm. Three days ago in Iowa I was out there and people turned out people turned out in big numbers wherever we went. And that's because that's why we have early states so that people are able to meet the candidates and they're able to make a good decision it cannot be all about money or rich people would be running and winning in every every Senate race in the country what happened that quickly any chance she would vote to acquit. I can't see that happening right now but I am someone that looks at each count and makes a decision decision. I've said from the beginning. I see this impeachable conduct Senator Amy Klobuchar Democrat from Minnesota. Sorry about the University of Minnesota. Yesterday it's been triggered ball was in our region rose above the safe on the trump and joining me. Now is Republican senator. John Kennedy of Louisiana also happens to sit under judiciary committee in the Senate side of things. Senator Kennedy Welcome back to meet the press. Thank you chuck. You appeared on a show last Sunday. And you walked back a comment that you made there. Can you explain what you what you misstated aided and what you wanted to fix what part of the record you wanted to correct. Sure I walked it back because I was wrong. Swath office was interviewing me. I'm sorry about what. What were you wrong about? Well Chris Wallace was interviewing me and He asked me a question I answered it. I thought he'd asked me if Ukraine had meddled in the two thousand sixteen of Action He didn't he asked me if Ukraine was responsible for hacking the DC. DNC Computer which is of course a former medley went back and looked at the transcript and removes. Chris was was right and I was wrong so Saddam was wrong. The the issue of conflating. What Ukraine did in what Russia did his his been? I think at the heart of some of the criticism you've received Michael Gerson whose no liberal columnists in the Washington Post certainly not a fan of president trump. Either I grant you that. But here's what he wrote about your appearance. He said this politicians such as Kennedy must know the truth about Russia aggression but still they choose to suck up up to the president by reflecting his mania sharing his blind spots loyalty to trump among Republicans as proved by the loosening of all other loyalties to truth to honesty into the national good by this measure Kennedy is profoundly loyal to the president simply uttering this conflation on Ukraine and Russia. The inferences. You're doing the president's presidents dirty work here. Do you accept that criticism. WELL OUTLOOKS ON I. I like Michael Gerson. I haven't met him but I know he's a smart guy and I read read his columns now a game. I disagree with him I think both Russia and Ukraine meddled in the two thousand sixteen election action. I think it's been well documented in the Financial Times and politico in the economist and the Washington examiner even even on. CBS that the Prime Minister of Ukraine. The Interior Minister the Ukrainian ambassador to the United States. The head of the CRANIUM Anti Corruption League all meddle in the election on social media and otherwise they worked with the DNC operative. Did you against president. Let me can I make one more point. Chuck Churn one point in fact. In December of two thous eighteen. A Ukrainian court ruled that Ukrainian officials had violated Ukrainian law by by meddling settling in our election and that was reported New York Times. Were you now is there. Is there. Meddling no no no were you raised by the intelligence according according to the New York Times a couple of weeks ago. US senators were briefed after Fiona Hill's testimony that that actually this entire effort to frame Ukraine for the Russian meddling feeling of two thousand. Sixteen of which you you just made this case that they've done it actually. This is an effort of Russia. Propaganda that this is a Russian intelligence propaganda campaign in order to get people like you to say these things about Ukraine. They're trying to frame Ukraine. You apparently were briefed about about this in the United States Senate by intelligence officials. Are you at all concerned. You're doing Russian intelligence work here. I was not briefed. You didn't tell them that. Listen doctor you didn't attend the doctor. I wasn't breathed doctor. He'll entitled to her opinion but when when when the economy winning opinion become fact the seventeen eighteen intelligence services saying it does every Western intelligence ally saying Russia did this. I'm just sort of confused. At what point is it no longer an opinion for are.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Can John Kennedy of Louisiana who believes there are only two questions that need to be answered as house Democrats press ahead with the impeachment of president trump over his dealings with Ukraine and perceived pressure on the leader of Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son why did the president ask for investigation and number two this is an extra completely so the first question wanted our baton do for the money Democrats could vote on articles of impeachment next month California congressman Eric Swalwell says the White House could have cooperated by allowing members of the administration to testify if the president thought these witnesses could clear him he would allow them to come in I think what's more relevant than how long we should wait in the courts is the fact that the president won't let them come in and is then people would say go cooperate with Congress I did nothing wrong both lawmakers on fox news Sunday just confirmed by fox news former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is officially entering the twenty twenty democratic race for president millions of dollars in political ads are scheduled to start running today in several states record turnout in Hong Kong where polls are now closed leading up to the elections today months of increasingly violent protests pro democracy demonstrators are demanding more freedom from Beijing hours after an Alabama sheriff was shot and killed a teenager surrenders police arrested eighteen year old William chasing Johnson after a four hour long manhunt they say he drove off in the sheriff's vehicle after shooting him and then returned to the crime scene and surrendered with a fire arm in his hand fox's eyes Hollis NY police say lounges county sheriff John Williams.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"No point in yourself the role you press a button okay I get it we can't live without you when all was the okay I'm talking about the for the title at the guy on this side of the my is there a guide book on how to do it of the rules for you can and cannot do he shook his this is low so that means I can play the audio cuts from older days doesn't have your breaking news as it because I just love what senator John Kennedy said several days ago he said in one row what did he say let's just play it's delightful cut twelve shop debate at dawn indeed can we have the whole thing that's the short one I won the top twelve the role I mean you the book on how to be Scotty twelve please thank you twelve it's the one the straight little I'm in the squiggly things like a swarm okay that's the one and the shoe do we have got to study he's struggling can he find it it's usually offer eleven before thirteen but we don't have a fifteen today time to time come on short years his the ground in the greatest we're gonna be all of human history and you know what I.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"This Sunday, the Democrats still Evan some say it's time to start at each min hearings. The house of representatives of pursuing. It's not to politics. It's point of principle. But speaker Nancy Pelosi is arguing for pragmatism can go down that path. You have to have a precedent for success with Democrats divided. I'll talk to the newest entry into the presidential race. Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado. I'm not going to say there's a simple solution to a problem. If I don't believe there is bar and grill after a combative day in the Senate. Yes. Or no strict could you repeat that Mr. attorney general Bill bar refuses to appear before the democratic house failure come to the hearing today is simply another step in the administration's growing attack on American democracy will testify will Robert Muller by guests this morning, Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana also that curious phone call between President Trump and bladder Putin and the subject they did not discuss. Yeah. We didn't discuss that really and discuss and our new NBC news, Wall Street Journal Poland President Trump impeachment and the leading democratic candidates, Jordan. Be for insight and analysis are Eddie gone junior of Princeton University, Eliana Johnson, national political reporter for politico, Gerald cyb of the Wall Street Journal and Kristen Solta Sanderson political columnist for the Washington Examiner..

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"john kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Not far from the runway right now, five miles and miles out cornfield in in Mason city, Iowa. And when investigators arrived, they found buddy, Holly and Ritchie Valens were maybe fifteen feet ten feet from the airplane mangled, not terribly mangled. And fact, I talked to had the pleasure just about six months ago. I got a phone call from the priest who is called to the decide cheese and. He had a conversation with him. And he just said that it was. Something he wished he wouldn't have seen. Just awful stuck stuck in his head all these years. But in in the big Bopper was forty feet out in front of this site had been hidden. But they couldn't find the pilot. And they were searching scouring the field with everywhere for the pilot. And it wasn't till almost noon. They realized he was rolled up in that ball of aluminum all scrunched up. Yeah. Oh, well, no wonder these conspiracy theories are popping up. All absolutely. I mean, they were. I mean, they were teen idols it's time. And and and there had never been anything in our memory, quite like rock and roll Wade had captivated and the Ceesay Madge nation of the young it's time, and they just it was such a. Shocking. Was it just you just couldn't be accepted? So the mind goes to work. I mean, I mean there are some real strange issues that are unexplainable involving this crash and the death and their lives and so forth. But the crash was. Yeah, it's it's it's it's a very classic. In fact, if you wanna go look if you wanna look at the SP analysis of John Kennedy, jR crash. It's almost. Textbook. Exactly the same way pilot without proper training that kind of thing. Yeah. It was a lost losses was evening losses arising vertigo set in when you're in a single engine plane. It has a naturally tendency natural tendency to to roll to right because the engine is spending. This incredible torque, and if you don't have the plane trimmed correctly, if you're not visually in control, you will not feel it slowly start turning. Well, once it starts turning to the right. It will start in a in a. The dial right goes into some kind of dive he goes into a spiral and it'll start diving. Well, the the net you're you don't realize you're turned up on its side in the Nashville, Tennessee for any pilot is if they think they're gonna crash they pull back. Well, if you're on your side all that does is titan titan viral, and what we know from the instruments were locked in at the moment of impact where they were. They were going on hundred seventy miles per hour. When he hit the ground. They were dropping it about three thousand feet per minute. Which isn't they isn't they straight down crash. I mean, they were spiraling around the plane hit on the right wing and started spinning cartwheeling, which is what created a ball of aluminum when it finally came to rest against the fence. The day. The music's died. We're gonna come back in a moment. Gary and talk more about the cases, the various cases, and we'll take phone calls with you next hour. Gary w Moore with us. His websites are linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. His latest book is called, hey, buddy. In pursuit of buddy. Holly, I knew buddy, John and my lost decade of music. It's an amazing story,.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Republican John Kennedy holding out hope for passage, but if not he says, there's plenty of blame to go around shut down the government shutdown. This government all the us. Executive branch, and every member of the legislative branch shattered awaiting the arrival of senators who had already gone home for the holidays. CBS news update. I'm Jim shanavie. Our Jim thank you. It is four thirty two on WBZ north congressman Seth Moulton tells WBZ that members of the president's own party are scratching their heads over this just walked off the floor a few minutes ago, and it. Congressman molten telling WBZ radio, he's frustrated and Republicans are confused as President Trump refuses to bend when it comes to five billion dollars for a border wall cintas how you negotiate the president seems to think this is how you negotiate to get what you want to be going very well for him so far. So I I wouldn't say it's been a very successful negotiation. Republicans in congress seem much more reasonable than the president on this. And we've made our position clear on the democratic side of the aisle that we want border security, but we're not going to spend money on a useless wall. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. And Emerson college student is identified as the victim of an alleged drunk driving crash in Braintree last weekend. Police say Lucas Flint was run down on Washington street, the Norfolk DA's office says he died yesterday of his injuries and the alleged driver. Darrell young of Abington pleaded not guilty to OU I and other charges part of the building falls off in. Boston who slabs of the building facades smash onto boylston street. This could have been worse. Holly could have been much worse. We're very lucky that story coming up Karl Stevens from the scene, and let's see.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Yours. We're going to get more people from the real world that have had to do things that can fix things in a dysfunctional system. You're going to find that other people across this country are going to stick their neck out. Take a risk and try to fix things in Washington. So the system works for everyone. That's my goal. On the other hand you had some that decided to let stay away. Let's stay away. They did very poorly. I'm not sure that I should be happier said, but if you're just fine about it. Carlos cupola, Mike Kaufman. Too bad. Mike me love me. Love to call me. All the time to help her with a hostage situation being held hostage in Venezuela. But Mia love gave me no love and she lost to bed. Sorry about that. Man. And Barbara Comstock was another one. I think she could have won that race which she did on have any embrace. All right. That's the president talking about those candidates that did not want his help and support. I can tell you that I think Menendez for example in New Jersey was far more vulnerable. But the the ads that Bob HOGAN were running we on yesterday at enough time to ask him a lot of them were anti-trump, I'll be independent from Trump. So he was trying to be basically, a watered-down democrat that strategy didn't work those that embrace the president did extraordinarily. Well, you know, the I can't. You can't underestimate the history of what happened yesterday. You know, if you go back to prior midterm elections in go all the way back to Franklin Roosevelt, and you see that in midterms usually there, a massive losses. And if not massive there are losses there three occasions where there were well actually four, but we're people picked up seats in the Senate John Kennedy picked up three in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Richard Nixon picked up to in nineteen seventy Ronald Reagan picked up one in nineteen eighty two. But he lost twenty six house seats, Richard Nixon in nineteen seventy lost twelve house seats, John Kennedy lost for house seats. And then you got the other latest example was in two thousand and two that was right after the nine eleven terror attacks, George W Bush Bush picked up eight how seats in two Senate seats, but the two biggest losses. Now. Think about this Bill. Clinton in nineteen ninety four fifty two house seats, eight Senate seats, and then Barack Obama the worst loss of anybody. When you add and combine the house and the Senate short of Franklin Roosevelt, nineteen thirty eight sixty three house seats. He lost six Senate seats, he loss. And so the history of this is extraordinary and the president as he pointed out he didn't have the ability to go to all four hundred and thirty five congressional districts. So he did what he could do in. That is to help the nationalized Senate races oftentimes in house races. You know, you're forty four retirements. That's also a bit of history there to very high number of people that decided this wasn't going to be a good year. I'm getting out, and they're putting in in a literally freshman players and people that don't have any name recognition in their home in their town in their communities, and you know, so then it becomes a local issue for most of the people. And then those people that ran away from the president. Anyway, John McLaughlin has been with us from the beginning. Pollster. Founder McLaughlin and associates. I think you and I were pretty much on the same page. You thought we had a little bit better chance of keeping the house. And I did I didn't I thought it was very difficult. Yeah. I agree with you. And and uh. There was trying to give hope to my candidates that we could that we could win these races. And and you know, and hold the house, which I think is one possible was possible. Because we we're going to be putting out a post-election survey that we'd get yesterday. The president's job approval was forty eight forty nine. And we had you know, a week out from the election was forty eight fifty soldiers close, and and the states that they wanted to seven states where the president was popular and he put his he. His integrity and his platform and political muscle on the line to carry those Tennessee plus to win as many house seats as possible. What's really interesting is in the same serving close the only has thirty one percent fail. Boy, that's amazing. I thought the president tweeted out today that she falls a few votes shy. We might be able to help with fewer Republicans that basically is him saying. Yeah, we want her to be speaker because we don't you know, he knows the low approval rating she has and she's not liked by the American people. I also think she is going to be the the candidate the speaker that is is gonna have to say, yes to whatever the extreme and hard party wants. And that means no progress will be made the endless investigations are going to happen. But the American people are going to get to then see comparing contrast, John, and what they're going to see is an ask themselves. Okay. You want to have a fight over subpoenaing Donald Trump's tax forms from nineteen Seventy-three and the American people. Are going to see it exactly for what it is a witch hunt, even the exit polls showing that sixty one percent of people see that whole Muller investigation as a political attempt to hurt the president. So I think if they go dig two more years into this. They're only going to help Donald Trump get reelected in two years. It's very much very much like, you know, when when some point Bill Clinton, he ended up running against Newt Gingrich and Bob Dole to to win reelection. The other points. Yeah. Fifty to one. And when we're told the voters do they want her to beat you favor. Oppose her being an only twenty nine percent favorite fifty four opposed. I know you on the air with talking about her agenda open borders, raising taxes government, run health care. You know, you saw this is an opportunity for the Republicans to be all the contracts, but a lot about problems where they were self inflicted where the Republicans when they painted great tax cut plan that was create jobs and grow the economy. Hey, decided along the way they were gonna take away state local tax deductions, which is okay. Maybe good policy, but politics when you have thirty some odd suburban legislators, New York, New jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Illinois. Constituents benefit from that. And then all of a sudden you take that away. And you don't give them a transition phase in period or. You know that put a lot of members at risk. Plus instead of us thought about Medicare for all being single payer national socialized medicine, we're defending vote in in the house where they were gonna take away preexisting conditions workers some sort waiver, and instead we're on defense and today's talking about you know, that kind of helped your, but she's not getting what they wanna do. They want government run healthcare. And ironically, the same survey that we have today. If you want if you prove if you prove or disapprove of repealing and replacing patient protection, Affordable Care Act known as ObamaCare. They approve fifty one to forty two. That gets done on immigration and the economy. Ironically voters as growing better economy, fifty eight to thirty two economic optimism and then disappointment with the public Georgie on immigration and on healthcare. Look at the time. I mean, I was just I I was shocked when they finally took power and they weren't ready to go forward with their repeal and replace plan. Then we began to realize for seven and a half years sixty or seventy some odd show votes by House Republicans always voting to repeal and replace. But when McCain time where it actually means something, and it would get to the Senate, and you can negotiate and conference a better Bill that would have repealed and replaced. They punted and then it became okay? How much of this apple can we get it? And then there was great negotiation member, you know, Paul Ryan, he wrote this thing behind the scenes, and then the freedom caucus, and all these other groups were like this is not what we promised people. They eventually did it and it ended up being what it was he got passed in the house. And then the Senate they couldn't even vote seven senators voted just a year and a half earlier to just straight on repeal ObamaCare. They didn't do it. And yeah, I think there's a price to pay. And I think the president wanted this this fresh new attitude people that I think are are going to be more in line with his agenda. I woke we'll take a quick break. We'll come back, John McLaughlin. The poster is with us. Jim Jordan wants to be the leader of the Republicans in the house. I think a good idea we need somebody who could fight. Also, we're going to look at all the other aspects the corrupt media. I mean, the biggest donors to the Democratic Party war. Wasn't these billionaires that we keep hearing about what's that guy's name stare? And and who else Michael Bloomberg? And George Soros. It really wasn't the biggest key campaign contributor this election cycle more than ever before was the news media, and it is obvious during the press conference today. Just how angry all of them are quick break. Right back. We'll continue..

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"john kennedy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We're going to get more people from the real world that have had to do things that can fix things in a dysfunctional system. You're going to find that other people across this country are going to stick their neck out. Interiors and try to fix things in Washington. So the system works for everyone. That's my goal. On the other hand you had some that decided to let stay away. Let's stay away. They did very poorly. I'm not sure that I should be happier said, but if you're just fine about it. Carlos cupola. Mike kaufman. Too bad, Mike. Me love me love. She call me all the time to help her with a hostage situation being held hostage in Venezuela. But Mia love gave me no love and she lost to bed. Sorry about that. Yeah. And Barbara Comstock was another one. I mean, I think she could have won that race. But she did go on a have any embrace. All right. That's the president talking about those candidates that did not want his help and support. I can tell you that I think Menendez for example in New Jersey was far more vulnerable. But the the ads that Bob Hubin were running. We add them on yesterday at enough time to ask him a lot of them were anti-trump, I'll be independent from Trump. So he was trying to be basically, a watered-down democrat that strategy didn't work those that embrace the president did extraordinarily. Well, you know, I can't. You can't underestimate the history of what happened yesterday. You know, if you go back to prior midterm elections, go all the way back to Franklin Roosevelt, and you see that in midterms usually there, a massive losses. And if now massive there are losses their three occasions where there were well actually four, but where people picked up seats in the Senate John Kennedy picked up three in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Richard Nixon picked up to nine nineteen seventy Ronald Reagan picked up one in nineteen eighty two. But he lost twenty six seats. Richard Nixon in nineteen seventy lost twelve house seats, John. Kennedy lost for. House seats. And then you got the other latest example was in two thousand and two that was right after the nine eleven terror attacks, George W Bush Bush picked up eight house seats in two Senate seats, but the two biggest losses now think about this was Bill Clinton in nineteen ninety four fifty two house seats, eight Senate seats, and then Barack Obama the worst loss of anybody. When you add and combine the house and the Senate short of Franklin Roosevelt, nineteen thirty eight sixty three house seats lost six Senate seats, he loss. And so the history of this is extraordinary and the president as he pointed out he didn't have the ability to go to all four hundred and thirty five congressional districts. So he did what he could do. And that is to help the nationalized Senate races. Oftentimes in house races, forty four retirements. That's also a bit of history there to a very high number of people that decided this wasn't going to be a good year. I'm getting out, and they're putting in literally freshman players and people that don't have any name recognition in their home in their town in their communities, and you know, so then it becomes a local issue for most of the people. And then those people that ran away from the president. Anyway, John McLaughlin has been with us from the beginning pollster, founder, McLaughlin and associates. I think you and I were pretty much on the same page. You thought we had a little bit better chance of keeping the house than I did. I didn't I thought it was very difficult. Yeah. I I agree with you. And. There was trying to give hope to my candidates that we could we could win these races. And. And you know, and hold the house. We do think one possible was possible. Because we we're going to be putting out a post-election survey that we get yesterday the president's job approval was forty eight forty nine and we had it a week. You know, a week else in the election was forty eight fifty soldiers close and the states that they've won in the Senate. We're states where the president was popular and he put his he put his his integrity and his his platform resist us and political muscle on the lines to carry goes Tennessee plus to win as many house pizzas possible. What's really interesting is in the same survey? Nancy Pelosi only has thirty one percent favorable rating. I mean, that's amazing. I thought the president tweeting out today that she falls a few votes shy. We might be able to help with fewer Republicans. That basically is him saying. Yeah, we want her to be speaker because we don't you know, he knows the low approval rating she has and she's not liked by the American people. I also think she is going to be the candidate the speaker that is is gonna have to say, yes to whatever the extreme and hard party wants. And that means no progress will be made the endless investigations are going to happen. But the American people are going to get to then see comparing contrast, John, and what they're going to see is an ask themselves. Okay. You want to have a fight over subpoenaing Donald Trump's tax forms from nineteen Seventy-three and the American people are going to see it exactly for what it is a witch hunt, even the exit polls showing that sixty one percent of people see that whole Muller investigation as a political attempt to hurt the president. So I think if they go dig two more years into this. They're only going to help Donald Trump get reelected in two years. It's very much very much like, you know, when when at some point Bill Clinton, he ended up running against Newt Gingrich and Bob Dole to to win reelection. The other points. She had a fifty to one. And when we're told the voters do they want her to beat you favor. Oppose her being an only twenty nine percent favored fifty four posed. So I know you on the air with talking about her gender open borders, raising taxes government, run health care. You know, you saw this is an opportunity for the Republicans to be able the contract. But a lot of problems where they were self inflicted where where you know, the Republicans when they great tax cut plan that was create jobs and grow the economy. They decided along the way they were gonna take away state local tax deductions, which is okay. Maybe good policy, but it's been in politics when you have thirty some odd suburban legislators in New York, New jersey, Pennsylvania. L annoy. To benefit from that. And then all of a sudden you take that away. And you don't give them a transitional phase in period or have you know, that put a lot of members at risk. Plus instead of us about Medicare for all single payer national socialized medicine, we're defending vote in in the house where they were gonna take away preexisting conditions work granted some sort of waiver and instead on defense in today's talking about you know, that kind of helped your, but she's not getting what they wanna do. They want a government run healthcare. And ironically, the same survey that we have today. When we asked him if you want if you prove if you approve or disapprove of repealing and replacing the patient protection Affordable Care known as ObamaCare proof fifty one to forty two. The Republicans didn't get a song. Doctor didn't get it done on immigration and the economy. Ironically, voters saves growing better economy, fifty eight to thirty two economic optimism and then disappointment with the Republican majority on immigration and on healthcare. Look at the time. I mean, I was just I I was shocked when they finally took power and they weren't ready to go forward with their repeal and replace plan. Then we began to realize for seven and a half years sixty or seventy some odd show votes by House Republicans always voting to repeal and replace. But when it came to actually means something, and it would get to the Senate, you can negotiate and conference a better Bill that would have repealed and replaced. They punted and then it became okay? How much of this? Apple can we get it? And then there was great negotiation. Member Paul Ryan, you know, he wrote this thing behind the scenes, and then the freedom caucus, and all these other groups were like this is not what we promised people. Eventually did it ended up being what it was? He got passed in the house. And then the Senate they couldn't even vote seven senators voted just a year and a half earlier to just straight on repeal ObamaCare. They didn't do it. And. Yeah, I think there's a price to pay. I think the president wanted this this fresh new attitude people that I think are are going to be more in line with his agenda. I woke we'll take a quick break. We'll come back, John McLaughlin. The poster is with us. Jim Jordan wants to be the leader of the Republicans in the house. Citing a good idea, we need somebody who could fight. Also, we're going to look at all the other aspects the corrupt media. I mean, the biggest donors to the Democratic Party war. Wasn't these billionaires that we keep hearing about what's that guy's name style. And who else Michael Bloomberg? And George Soros. It really wasn't the biggest campaign contributor this election cycle more than ever before was the news media, and it is obvious during the press conference today. Just how angry all of them are quick break. Right back. We'll continue..

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"john kennedy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on WTVN

"And what we're gonna do yours. We're going to get more people from the real world that have had to do things that can fix things in a dysfunctional system. You're going to find that other people across this country are going to stick their neck out. Integra Rhys and try to fix things in Washington. So the system works for everyone. That's my goal. On the other hand you had some that decided to let stay away. Let's stay away. They did very poorly. I'm not sure that I should be happier said, but if you're just fine about it. Carlos bella. Mike kaufman. Mike. Me love me love. She called me all the time to help her with a hostage situation being held hostage in Venezuela. But Mia love gave me no love and she lost. Sorry about that. And Barbara Comstock was another one. I mean, I think she could have won that race which she did go on a have any embrace. All right. That's the president talking about those candidates that did not want his help and support. I can tell you that I think Menendez for example in New Jersey was far more vulnerable. But the the ads the Bob HOGAN were running. We them on yesterday at enough time to ask him a lot of them were anti-trump, I'll be independent from Trump. So was trying to basically a watered-down democrat strategy didn't work those that embrace the president did extraordinarily. Well, you know, the I can't. You can't underestimate the history of what happened yesterday. You know, if you go back to prior midterm elections in go all the way back to Franklin Roosevelt, and you see that in midterms usually, they're a massive losses. And if not massive there are loss, though, three occasions where there were well actually four, but we're people picked up seats in the Senate John Kennedy picked up three in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Richard Nixon picked up to nineteen seventy Ronald Reagan picked up one in nineteen eighty two. But he lost twenty six house seats, Richard Nixon in nineteen seventy lost twelve house seats, John Kennedy lost for house seats. And then you got the other latest example was in two thousand and two that was right after the nine eleven terror attacks, George W Bush Bush picked up eight house seats in two Senate seats, but the two biggest losses now think about this was Bill. Clinton in nineteen ninety four fifty two house seats, eight Senate seats, and then Barack Obama the worst loss of anybody. When you add and combine the house and the Senate short of Franklin Roosevelt, nineteen thirty eight sixty three house seats. He lost six Senate seats, he loss. And so the history of this is extraordinary and the president as he pointed out he didn't have the ability to go to all four hundred and thirty five congressional districts. So he did what he could do. And that is to help the nationalized Senate races oftentimes house races. You know, forty four retirements. That's also a bit of history there to very high number of people that decided this wasn't going to be a good year. I'm getting out, and they're putting in know, literally freshman players and people that don't have any name recognition in their home in their town in their communities, and you know, so then it becomes a a local issue for most of the people. And then those people that ran away from the president. Anyway, John McLaughlin has been with us from the beginning. Pollster. Founder McLaughlin and associates. I think you and I were pretty much on the same page. You thought we had a little bit better chance of keeping the house. And I did I didn't I thought it was very difficult. Yeah. I I agree with you and uh. There was trying to give hope to my candidates that we could we could win these races. And and you know, and hold the house, which I do think was possible was possible. Because we we're going to be put out a post-election survey that we did yesterday. The president Java pool was forty eight forty nine and we had it a week. You know, a week out from the election was forty eight fifty. So it was close, and and the states that they've won in the seven states where the president was popular. And he put his he. His integrity and his his platform resist us and political muscle on the line to carry those Tennessee, plus the winners, many house seats as possible. What's really interesting is in the same serving close. The only has thirty one percent favorable eighty. I mean, that's amazing. I thought the president tweeted out today that she falls a few votes shy. We might be able to help with a fewer Republicans basically is him saying. Yeah, we want her to be speaker because we don't you know, he knows the low approval rating she has and she's not liked by the American people. I also think she is going to be the candidate the speaker that is is gonna have to say, yes to whatever the extreme and hard party wants. And that means no progress will be made the endless investigations are going to happen. But the American people are gonna get to then see comparing contrast, John, and what they're going to see is an ask themselves. Okay. You want to have a fight over subpoenaing Donald Trump's tax forms from nineteen Seventy-three and the American people are going to see it exactly for what it is a witch hunt, even the exit polls showing that sixty one percent of people see that whole Muller investigation as a political attempt to hurt the president. So I think if they go dig two more years. Into this. They're only going to help Donald Trump get reelected in two years. It's very much very much like, you know, when when at some point Bill Clinton, he ended up running against Newt Gingrich and Bob Dole to to win reelection. The other points. Yeah. Fifty to one. And when we're told the voters do they want her to be favor post her being the next speaker only twenty nine percent favored Houston four post. So I know you on the air with talking about her agenda open borders, raising taxes government, run health care. You know, you saw this is an opportunity for the Republicans to be on the contract. But a lot of problems where they were self inflicted where where you know, the Republicans winning the tax cut plan that was create jobs and grow the economy. Hey, decided along the way they were gonna take away state local tax deductions, which is okay. Maybe good policy, but it's been in politics when you have thirty some odd suburban legislators in New York, New jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Illinois. That's constituents benefits from that. And then all of a sudden you take that away. And you don't give them a transition phase in period or. You know that put a lot of members at risk. Plus instead of us about Medicare for all being single payer national socialized medicine or defending vote in the house where they were gonna take away pre existing conditions where some sort of waiver and instead went on defense in today's talking about you know, that kind of helped your, but she's not getting what they wanna do. They want a government run healthcare. And ironically, the same survey that we have today when we asked him if you want if you prove if you prove or disapprove of repealing and replacing patient protection Affordable Care Act known as ObamaCare they approved fifty one to forty two Republicans didn't get song. Doctor didn't get it done on immigration and the economy. Ironically, voters states growing better economy, fifty eight to thirty two economic optimism and then a disappointment with the Republican majority on immigration and on healthcare. Look at the time. I mean, I was just I I was shocked when they finally took power and they weren't ready to go forward with their repeal and replace plan. Then we began to realize for seven and a half years sixty or seventy some odd show votes by House Republicans always voting to repeal and replace. But when it came time where it actually means something, and it would get to the Senate you can negotiate and conference a better Bill that would have repealed them replaced. They punted and then it became okay? How much of this? Apple can we get it? And then there was great negotiation. Member Paul Ryan, you know, he wrote this thing behind the scenes, and then the freedom caucus, and all these other groups were like this is not what we promised people. They eventually did it, and, you know, ended up being what it was he got passed in the house. And then the Senate they couldn't even vote seven senators voted just a year and a half earlier to just straight on repeal ObamaCare. They didn't do it. And yeah, I think there's a price to pay. And I think the president wanted this this fresh new attitude people that I think are are going to be more in line with his agenda. I woke we'll take a quick break. We'll come back, John McLaughlin. The pollster is with us. Jim Jordan wants to be the leader of the Republicans in the house. Citing a good idea, we need somebody who could fight. Also, we're going to look at all the other aspects the corrupt media. I mean, the biggest donors to the Democratic Party war. Wasn't these billionaires that we keep hearing about what's that guy's name steer. And and who else Michael Bloomberg? And George Soros. It really wasn't the biggest campaign contributor this election cycle more than ever before was the news media, and it is obvious during the press conference today. Just how angry all of them are quick break. Right back. We'll continue..

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"john kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Should have resigned over the affair. Hillary's response. Absolutely. Not it wasn't an abuse of power. Now. Now, there are people who look at the incidents of the nineties, and they say a president of the United States cannot have a consensual relationship with an intern the power imbalances adult, but let me ask you this. Where's the investigation of the current incumbent against whom numerous allegations have been made in which he dismisses denies and ridicules. Why are you turning it to Trump? We're asking you this your husband, this sort of thing a lot of times. Now, that's a tough one. I I honestly have gone back and forth over this over the years because the guy you take the Clintons out of it. So you don't have the political start a guy really powerful guy. Who is what almost fifty at that time? John Kennedy, for instance. Well, I don't know politics. She's a guy, you know. Okay. He's a powerful CEO of something rather got a lot of money in power. All right. I got a guy. I'm picturing them right now. He is up the twenty two year old at work. She'd wouldn't have him. What do we think of that guy? Is he doing something different guy? Go ahead is he doing something? Well, she doesn't even work there. Just in general. Yes. Is he doing something wrong? I mean, it's a little predatory. He doesn't have her best interest in mind. No, no, it's a little predatory. And it's as old as time, I rarely have my best interest in mind. Right. So yeah, I was going to give the flip side of that. Because you know, you don't know what her intentions are. You know, I I know of women who've had a variety of flings that they don't regret think we're perfectly fine. Or even if they do regret them say, what was I thinking is the the extent of it. Yeah. It's not live, right?.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"It's John Kennedy at the National Hurricane Center who says the storm within dump more rain on the Carolinas drenched last month by hurricane Florence. But the storm should move offshore by early Friday. The storm came ashore east of Panama City, Florida midday Wednesday as a strong category. Four hurricane made landfall two miles an hour short of a cat five hurricane and this will go down in the record books for many reasons. One of which the fourth strongest storm as far as wins go ever to make landfall in the US at least since recorded history and as far as pressure, and that's kind of one indication of how strong the storm is. It's the third strongest that we've ever seen in type FOX meteorologist, Rick, correct? Mu extensive damage is reported in Panama City, Florida broken up rooted trees, roofs, peeled off homes split. Open by fallen trees. Twisted street signs on the ground and power lines, nearly everywhere governor Rick Scott ordering people to remain sheltered until those hazards can be cleared. Do not get out on the roads until you're told it is safe. We need the roads to be opened for first responders and search and rescue to do their jobs and save lives. Death is reported from the storm in the US. A man was killed near Tallahassee Florida by a tree that fell on his home. After a tough day on Wall Street Wednesday signs there could be another on Thursday. Dow futures are down sharply off more than two hundred seventy points. Asian stocks are well down as well on Wednesday. The Dow dropped eight hundred thirty one points, the NASDAQ lost more than earn lost to nearly three hundred sixteen points, the s&p five hundred closed about ninety five points.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"I said let me see well i took his pertinent information then shopped the highly rated price competitive companies we represent and found one who preapproved him for premium way below what he had been quoted when it comes to term life insurance no other company touches select quotes experience and expertise and finding the right policy at the right price for almost anyone how about you for your free quote call eight hundred four eight nine zero five fifty seven that's eight hundred four eight nine zero five fifty seven eight hundred four eight nine zero five fifty seven or go to selectquote dot com we shop you save facebook ceo mark zuckerberg has been busy preparing for his appearances this week on capitol hill and senator john kennedy definitely has questions my biggest worry with all this isn't the privacy issue and what i called call the propagandist issue are both too big for facebook to louisiana republican tells cbs's face the nation it's nearly impossible for a facebook user to understand his or her rights who who owns my data do i own it or just facebook on it the service agreement with facebook it's written in swahili nobody understands it should i have the right to to opt in as opposed to opt out put the burden on facebook should i have the right to erase my data kennedy says zakar burg's made a lot of statements but said very little soccer berg will appear before joint hearing of the senate judiciary in commerce committee on tuesday then it's onto the house energy and commerce committee on wednesday i'm richard johnson here's the official forecast from the national weather service tonight a thirty percent chance of rain after midnight cloudy skies with a low near forty three four tomorrow cloudy just a slight chance of some morning rain gradually becoming mostly sunny in an afternoon high near sixty two tomorrow night and increasing cloudiness alone near forty three tuesday mostly sunny with a high near sixty five tuesday night mostly clear and forty one day sunshine and sixty six i'm greg schaffer on i don't have nearly enough time to list all the tasty ways you can enjoy chicken at mcdonald's that i'll give it a go the always leave a full chicken mcnuggets made with all white meat chicken buttermilk crispy tenders battered to perfection or all.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on WJR 760

"There's another guy that do it and no one ever said a word about it took his looking at the picture he did have a lot of yet we'll y if that had happened to a republic entries pointing out the the truth here if that had been a republican doing that or failure ben the president with too much lip balm it would be the story of the day forgetting everything even talked about his but anyway it was joseph kennedy and by the way the cnn reporters were kitty with excitement than another kennedy was on the the the front burner on the stage and they showed desperately wanted him to be as good an orator as his serve i don't know what john f one to him or or robert kennedy was to him whatever the relation is sorry i knew john kennedy there's the line at sir you're no john kennedy uh oh look here looks like mr kennedy get on very nice endorsement deal from birt's bees at k that might have been it he's replacing suzy chap stick in the commercial that may be i think to john f kennedy less hands mm i don't rate oncall i have no idea the i i don't know what the relationship is his progress remind joe kennedy but he's he's he he is not the orator as it is cnn guy suzy was dancer uh you can see you can sit a kennedy in the way presented and thinking guys don't be so obvious in think his speech may resonate though with the millennials i'll be anxious to see how it plays out no i there's there's gonna be five five rebuttals via it's ridiculous come down to i don't like it when the republicans do it at all like it when the democrats do it just let the president do what is constitutionally mandated in moveon uh today they could have all been as they will be complaining about it in the why do they have to do it right away a because they don't want anything good to happen for the other party that goes for the democrats it goes for the republicans and you know who stuck in the middle and is is.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What if i can just get through this qualification process than of all have that job for life with benefits it's a great gig in a uniform and where a role been everything the shooter just lost maternity thought so i don't know how you you know sewage very tempting say yes but then he sitting there and that's a republican asking him those quite that was my point exactly did that i think he's from louisiana kennedy of it is kennedy to india republican senator uh taking on a republican appointee like john kennedy choice she senator john kennedy from louisiana yeah taking on babies were too strong the questioning right i mean if that was a democrat imagine what peaceful like that's a republican just say dude helped me out here have you ever like i wanted to literally hair at him say will have you ever witnessed a trial because sounds like all of the things you would do he's never done and he doesn't even know what the things are when he described him but allah allah find out what are the limone thing is the limone snack it whatever that thing was that he asked me said to the procedural limone which again i think is a total gotcha question and is completely out of bounds but look that up and if you could get back to us on that i'd like to know because i'm going to throw my name in the ring check on school for their second train killing married possession for this expert gene is it all comes together with series is called second asked about a couple of scientists who retired some years ago in since they've been volunteering at the ivy laps working on a cure for riverblindness which affects about thirty seven million people in subsaharan africa and they're getting close to a major medical breakthrough after so long way to go that's why i came out of retirement be scientists are on their own time a me dave retired but they love science they love were they do in the know they can help so many people.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on WLOB

"Didn't want his wife to see though both people will be scary well john kennedy wrote at the kennedy my gosh i guess she thinks he should have been you know executed for all his shenanigans because we've we've since learned about all his his heirs and times mike in other words uh things that were acceptable then our door long are no longer acceptable and is that the upside take away of all of this are through do you think the men because because some of these scenarios i just i just trying to close my eyes and figure how could you even begin to think you could do that to another human being how do you press yourself up against somebody's body or grabs somebody without their consent or or rape or all these horrible awful evil acts it could it be that you know in in someone who works in a fast food restaurants somewhere cathedral highprofile senate in hollywood and all that is your famous people what about the the non famous people who are subjected to horrible acts of violence the takeaway maybe is is one optimistic outlook that that awful evil men might think twice before trying to pull this crap going all right i think you hit the nail mad and he want to look at the glass half full i think that's a great way to look at it and you know you referred to them as also evil men but a lot of these guy first of all he got kevin spacey's credit you know he went right to the alcohol card a lot of these guys saying when the spirits coming in.

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"john kennedy" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john kennedy" Discussed on WLOB

"Didn't want his wife to see though both people will be what would judge john john kennedy wrote at the kennedy my gosh i guess she thinks he should have been executed for all his shenanigans because we've we've since learned about all his his players and i never times mike and other word things that were acceptable van aard nor long are no longer acceptable and is that the upside take away of all of this are through do you think that men because because some of these scenarios i just i just trying to close my eyes and figure how could you even begin to think you could do that to another human being how do you press yourself up against somebody's body or grab somebody without their consent or or rape or all these horrible awful evil acts it could it be that you know in in somebody who works in a fast food restaurant somewhere because these are all highprofile senate in hollywood and all that is your famous people what about the non famous people who are subjected to horrible acts of violence i mean is the take away maybe is is one optimistic outlook that that awful evil men might think twice before trying to pull this crap going all right i think you you hit the nail man and he want to look at the glass half full i think that's a great way to look at it and you know you refer to them as also evil men but a lot of these guy first of all he got kevin spacey's credit you know he went right for the alcohol card a lot of these.

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