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President Trump Impeached a Second Time

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President Trump Impeached a Second Time

"Made president trump the first. Us president impeached twice. Now the senate's turn once that trial begins. Perhaps after joe biden's inauguration january twentieth and aesthetic patera covered at the capitol today an s era. And it's gonna be really interesting to see what happens in the senate now today. We saw senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell saying he hadn't made up his mind yet when it comes to impeachment sleep which was huge. That's the senate majority leader Saying he's considering possibly voting to convict president trump. It'll be interesting to see whether or other republican senators follow suit. There had been some reporting that mitch. Mcconnell was was looking at impeachment as a way to purge the party of trump because of president. Trump is convicted by the senate. You would not be able to run again in twenty twenty four and that's part of the reason. Impeachment was such an appealing option for democrats. I think what happened today. Though when we saw you know a vast majority of house. Republicans did not vote to impeach. The president there were ten. Did vote to impeach the president but a vast majority of them while condemning president trump condemning his rhetoric condemning his actions. These still didn't feel impeachment was warranted. So i'm really curious to see how senators look at this. Whether they have the same considerations we saw president trump putting out that video shortly after he was impeached. Putting out a pre recorded video during which he tried to condemn the violence at the capitol. It'll be interesting to see whether that's enough for republican senators. Abc's as kotehra with us. Who covered up the capital today. Our white house correspondent karen travers. Now karen go back to something Steve roberts said about we thought that maybe next week president trump would leave washington and hold a rally likely in florida that could be seen as the kickoff to a potential twenty four campaign. There is no talk of that happening anymore. Especially after what happened last wednesday and we don't know what the president is doing between now and when he leaves washington at some point around january twentieth. We don't know what he's gonna do in the weeks right after that but we do know that here. In washington there will be a legal team defending him in the senate impeachment trial. That is not what anybody was predicting Eight days ago simply stunning. Abc's karen travers. Our white house correspondent want to get a final thought from recliner political director rick. Well this is all uncharted territory. I mean to have the cascading crises of the biden presidency. All coming now amid the this impeachment push we. We've seen so many superlatives over the years as you as you noted that the top aaron but this is this is a new one for all of us in a new one for washington we are. We are in a very tense time in this country on a very troubling time Day for for the history books novell. Abc news political director. Rick klein real. Quick to steve roberts. Our political analyst steve over the last two months donald trump has done an indelible and eternal damage to his own legacy. This is self inflicted wounds. The way he handled the post election process the the riots at the capitol he leaves office a diminished and a damaged president in ways. That would not even been imagined before the election no question. Abc news. political analyst. Steve roberts after a stunningly swift response to the capital insurrection by the house impeaching president trump for the second time. I'm aaron katersky abc news.

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Fresh update on "political analyst" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "political analyst" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"In his resignation letter to President Trump is our says the attack on the capital could tarnish the legacy of the administration. Political analyst Larry Sabotage says. That's just a czar covering his own reputation. But It won't work. He was generally very, very supportive, ultra supportive of President Trump, and that was obvious to anybody who watched him so You know, too little too late, actually, way too little way too late. Now is our wrote the attacks on the capital were an assault on our democracy and the tradition of peaceful transitions of power. Biden Transition on K Y W News radio Officials in Washington are urging people to watch the inauguration of Joe Biden safely from home and this swearing and will certainly be a lot different than any we've ever seen before, but that doesn't mean Iran still be a lot of celebrating for his supporters. National Youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman has been chosen to read at the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden next Wednesday at 20 to the young black poet will be the youngest to following Tradition, which includes Robert Frost and Maya Angelou. Last year. Gorman, who lives in Los Angeles, wrote a poem inspiring hope amid the pandemic. The question isn't if We will weather this unknown but how We will weather this unknown together. Gorman hasn't previewed any lines from her six minute inaugural.

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Companies pause donations to GOP lawmakers: "A ripple effect"

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Companies pause donations to GOP lawmakers: "A ripple effect"

"After last week siege on the capital's some of the biggest corporations in the country or pulling back from lawmakers. So far, more than a dozen fortune 500 companies have suspended their political donations. CBS is Ed O'Keefe. Major firms like Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Facebook, Google and Microsoft are going farther. Saying that would hold all political contributions from members of both parties, chemical giant Dow doing self or at least the next two years. It's sending a ripple effect across all these campaigns because Donald Trump is radioactive. Leslie Sanchez is a Republican consultant and CBS news political analyst and said the corporate giving Ban could hurt many GOP candidates. The question campaigns they're asking themselves is how long is this going to last? Can they separate their campaign from the larger Republican Party and the or that it has, experts say these pledges are mostly

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Fresh "political analyst" from KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:49 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh "political analyst" from KYW 24 Hour News

"On or close to schedule as well. From the P J. Fitzpatrick. Home Improvement 24 Hour traffic Center. I'm Kyrie Moses, you won't need your umbrella for what's left of the weekend. Here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist. Lend the Hurricane Schwartz partly to mostly cloudy. This afternoon, the high temperature upto 48 degrees, which is well above the average high of 40 for this time of the year. Tonight. Mostly cloudy and down to 32 Sunday and Monday. Partly sunny and windy both days. Sunday Side 45 Monday 42 on Tuesday mostly sunny and a high of 41 by Wednesday. We don't get out of the thirties. I'm NBC 11th alert meteorologist. Glenn Hurricane Sports with your most accurate forecast. Cattlemen. All right, I'll take a look outside here. Alright. Still mostly cloudy skies downtown 44 degrees Here is 44 in Fairless Hills, and that's pretty much as warm as we're gonna get this afternoon. The news has never been clearer on K Y w News radio, one of 39 FM over heating and cooling sponsors these three things to know what to 15. Health and Human Services secretary resigns and over some parting criticism. The president Trump on the way out the door in Philadelphia, this help being over the seniors to cope with maybe even thrive. A little in this pandemic is our stop story. You can dine inside Philadelphia restaurants again. Two months band prompted by the virus has been relaxed. They're still capacity Limited both in the place and at the table. All that ahead of the next 15 minutes. I'm David Matthews damn like at the editor's desk with just four days before the end of the Trump administration. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex A czar has handed in his resignation of formality to be sure, but a czar is suggesting the attack on the capital by Trump supporters. Could tarnish the trump legacy. Political analyst Larry Sabako believes that the insurrection or not,.

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Companies target lawmakers who tried to block Electoral College

Steve Scott

02:43 min | 4 d ago

Companies target lawmakers who tried to block Electoral College

"Or joining a long list of corporations stopping political donations, especially two Republican lawmakers, who rejected President elect Joe Biden's victory in the Electoral College. We take a deep dive on that with CBS news political correspondent Ed O'Keefe. On Monday, Hallmark Cards Company asked for a refund from Republican senators Josh Holly and Roger Marshall, who received a combined $12,000. That company says that the senator's decision to vote to reject states certified electoral college results last week do not reflect our company's values. American Express told employees Monday. They're withholding donations from lawmakers who voted to subvert the presidential election results and disrupt the peaceful transition of power. Other major firms like Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Facebook, Google and Microsoft are going farther, saying that would hold all political contributions from members of both parties. Chemical giant Dow doing self or at least the next two years. It's sending a ripple effect across all these campaigns because Donald Trump is radioactive. Leslie Sanchez is a Republican consultant and CBS news political analyst and said the corporate giving ban could hurt many GOP candidates. The question campaigns are asking themselves is how long is this going to last? Can they separate their campaign from the larger Republican Party and the or that it has, But since it is said that, based on her conversations with top government relations executives they giving ban is likely on Lee temporary, six months and nine months down the line. They expect those dollars to start flowing again. These are gonna be based on individual relationships and not necessarily the party as a whole. CBS News Political contributor. Robby Mook, a Democratic Party consultant, thinks this is a bigger shift. This is part of a larger reckoning we're seeing in our society, you know, employees of these companies really care about what their leadership is doing about what happens to this Pac money that they're donating, and we saw how this was transformational and sports. And entertainment, and I think we're going to start to see it in corporate America as it relates to politics as well. Corporate America is also facing pressure when it comes to hiring President Trump's current and former spokespeople. White House press secretaries often go on to get high profile jobs in the private sector. President Obama's landed at McDonald's Amazon and United Airlines. Forbes magazine editor Randall Lane argues that those that spoke for Mr Trump will face a different landscape. He says. If top companies hire them, his magazine quote will assume that everything your company or firm talks about is a lie. There is no way that we can look at the readers and say these are people we can trust in the private sector now to give that accurate information.

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HOw likely Is It That president trump will Be Impeached?

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01:27 min | 5 d ago

HOw likely Is It That president trump will Be Impeached?

"News, a new poll says A majority of Americans believe President Trump should be removed from office after last week's assault on Capitol Hill. But how likely is it? He'll be removed. Our next guest has his ear to the ground. ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts. Good morning, Steve. Morning, April when the answer is that Donald Trump is going to be president until January. 20th. I see no possibility, none that he's going to be removed early. He's not going to resign. The 25th amendment is not going to be involved because that would involve vice president Pence in the Cabinet. 14 amount, and there's just simply not enough time for the Democrats to pursue impeachment. I'll go promptly pass impeachment. Resolutions this week in the house, But there's simply not enough time in the Senate. Steve I've heard some backroom. Yeah, I've heard some lawmakers push this idea that we should let Biden get Maybe his 1st 100 days under him, push some of that agenda and then work on impeaching President Trump after that. How likely is that? Especially after you know, this emotion and fervor kind of dies down? It sounds like a strange idea, and I know what you're talking about. Condoms from climate of Georgia who's very close to the president elect Biden has raised that possibility. I think to President elect Biden has no interest at all. In impeaching Donald Trump. He wants to focus on His inauguration. He wants to focus on getting his Cabinet officers confirmed He wants to focus on dealing with the covert pandemic. He doesn't want the distractions of

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GOP Sen. Pat Toomey calls on Trump to resign, says it's what's best for country after Capitol riot by Trump supporters

KYW 24 Hour News

01:31 min | 6 d ago

GOP Sen. Pat Toomey calls on Trump to resign, says it's what's best for country after Capitol riot by Trump supporters

"On the other side of the aisle, there's an even bigger push to remove President Trump from office. Democrats argue the president incited violence last week when he called his supporters to the U. S Capitol. Five people died during the riot, including Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick. In an interview with K Y W senior political analyst at Millersville University. Terry Madonna says impeachment is important, especially when it sped up the U. S Constitution and Federal law and House regulation does not require all these hearings. Literally. Impeachment resolutions could be voted on in the middle of this week. Even if that happens, the Senate doesn't meet again until January, 19th the day before President elect Joe Biden takes office. Democrats also want to vote to ensure Trump can never run for president again. In addition, they're calling for the resignation of senators Josh Holly and Ted Cruz. They are the GOP lawmakers who started the objection during the certification of the Electoral College Food

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Lawmakers calling for 25th Amendment or impeachment to remove Trump from office

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00:57 sec | Last week

Lawmakers calling for 25th Amendment or impeachment to remove Trump from office

"To introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump on Monday following the storming of the capital this week. That means lawmakers could potentially vote on his removal from office by midweek. Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes Democrats are pushing the president's now dwindling Cabinet to swiftly invoke the 25th amendment declaring him unfit for office, replacing him with Vice President Mike Pence for the final 12 days off his term, But so far they've gotten no formal response from the Cabinet. VP won't take their calls. And so now they're working on a plan B. It comes as we've learned. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to the top U S military commander today about taking precautions to ensure that President Trump cannot order a nuclear strike in his final days in office, political analyst Larry Sabotage Pelosi is sending a signal. That we're concerned about this and we want some safeguards from you that this will not happen. He won't

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Author of 'Reckoning With Race in America' Explains Structuring of His Book

Influencers with Andy Serwer

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Author of 'Reckoning With Race in America' Explains Structuring of His Book

"To influencers. I'm Andy serwer and Welcome to our guest Michael Eric Dyson, who is a professor of Sociology at Georgetown University will be going to Vanderbilt University MSNBC political analyst and author of the new book long time coming Reckoning with race in America Michael. Nice to see you dead red to see you as well my friend and it's great to be on your show. Thank you very much. So the new book long time coming Reckoning with race in America is written as litters. Mm ordered African-Americans. Can you talk about the structure of the book and why you wanted to do the piece the the the work this way? Yeah, you know, I wanted to write letters to these murdered Martyrs and incense not simply talk about them. But speak to them a kind of rhetorical munja. Intimacy through the epistolary form letters that allow me to speak out loud think out loud. How come talk out loud about what happened to them. We are to commune with them. So to speak not in the kind of loosey-goosey spiritualist way, but in an ancestral recognition way and many of them recently arrived ancestors, Brianna Taylor Sandra boss and the Reverend clementa Pinckney hadiya Pendleton and some much older like Emmett Till. So I wanted to think out loud talk about the issues that confronted them that issues that continue to confront us off. And in communing with them talking with them talking to them about what happened after they died too in a way give a progress report of the soul of Black America wage and to figure out how we move forward

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New York City’s mayoral election needs an upgrade

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00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York City’s mayoral election needs an upgrade

"Democrats running for the office of New York City mayor. But some political analysts say the candidates haven't offered enough specifics about what direction they want to take the city in W NY sees Brian Lehrer show Daily News columnist Harry Siegel said few of the Democratic candidates have released detailed policies and plans including around crime, and the NYPD. The police need to be doing more Do they need to be doing Wes? We have the right number of police is this is this way too many Can we afford this? Given the massive budget shortfall. The city has that those are the sort of questions I want to hear these candidates engaging with now. The Democratic mayoral primary is on June 22nd

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Trump demands Congress amend pandemic relief bill, issues controversial pardons

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02:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump demands Congress amend pandemic relief bill, issues controversial pardons

"President Trump has sharply blasted the bipartisan cove in 19 economic relief bill that Congress passed this week. He's demanding changes, including an increase of the $600 stimulus checks to Americans up to $2000. The Cove in relief package is part of a bill that also funds the government through September of next year. And if the bill is vetoed, it would be in a government shutdown. CBS political analyst Leonard Stein horns says there are many implications. This is a stunning turnabout that has the potential of throw Washington into chaos shut down the government. Delay essential aid to American families and businesses and leave renters and unemployed workers with few resource is to cope with their uncertainty, and there's another political twist to this as well. Because if the president follows through on his threat in Congress doesn't come up with an alternative voters in Georgia may take their frustrations out on the two Republican senators running for reelection in what is already a tight race. It is unclear how serious the president's threat he is or whether he would actually veto the bipartisan legislation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded quickly to the president's statement, saying she's ready to push for the $2000 checks. He's now asking for Pelosi posted on her Twitter page. The Democrats would bring the president's request to the House floor for a vote by unanimous consent before the end of this week, Mike DeBonis, congressional reporter with the Washington Post says that could lead to another standoff. There's gonna be a very brief session tomorrow in the House, a Democrat will come in Fran Tastic bill to do the $2000 Jack. We expect a Republican is going to stand up and say, Well, That's not all the president wants. He wants to get rid of other parts of this bill, so they're gonna object and say we got to negotiate this. But you know if that's the case, Democrats Musa a. We're not negotiating more. We'll do We just sign the bill that we already talked about. And move on. But that could just really spark and extended sort of stand off. That could mean among other things, the government shutdown people not getting the benefits they were expecting. And this could last. You know, frankly, all the way till Joe Bynes inaugurated on January 20th. Senate Minority leader, Democrat Chuck Schumer of New York, says he's hopeful the president will not veto the coronavirus package. He says Congress can pass additional funding in a subsequent

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Trump floated appointing Sidney Powell special counsel on fraud

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump floated appointing Sidney Powell special counsel on fraud

"President Trump is said to be weighing increasingly desperate steps as he tries to reverse the results of the election there, reportedly, including naming a special counsel to investigate allegations of voter fraud and even imposing martial law. Joining our John Aaron from or was Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report might be that the title of that movie the year of Living Dangerously I've seen we have a sense of the President Trump really can't give up the idea that he won this election, even though he did not. Joe Biden won quite clearly and that's been confirmed by the Electoral, College and court cases of that the president has had filed have been thrown out. Challenging the results. But I think what's happening here is that there's just the fact that these solutions and President Trump smarter mean considered indicates that he hasn't really gotten past this idea that he could perhaps stay in the White House and overturn the results of the election. What's got a lot of people in Washington anxious is how serious he is about considering these things now. Lot of the reporting indicates that a lot of these ideas such as martial law to rerun the election, using the military having a special counsel named Sidney Powell, who was really conspiracy theorist to investigate voter fraud, things like that, that if he's really considering them, maybe he has some other tricks up his sleeve, more or less to throw a monkey wrench into the into the election process, And that's what has a lot of people concerned how serious he is about this. But even the fact it's being talked about at the White House is quite remarkable. I don't I don't recall anything in 30 years of covering the White House similar to this right is his goal that you have pointed out before. I'm getting this before the Supreme Court just totally out the window. At this point. I think it is. There's still some cases that could get there. But that decision that they issued by the week ago really did set back President Trump's ideas about having Supreme Court side with him. I did want to mention also that January 6th is another important moment because that's when the House and Senate supposed to meet in joint session to consider the electoral college affirmation that Joe Biden one. There's a lot of ways that people could make mischief during that point, and President Trump is calling for massive rallies to put pressure on Congress to overturn the election, So he looks like that will definitely happen again. Quite extraordinary that he's going to these lengths. But that is where we are. And I think that January 6th is probably the next date that people should look at for, um, another challenge to this whole

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Most feel election is "settled" but some Trump voters disagree

KCBS Radio Weekend News

04:48 min | Last month

Most feel election is "settled" but some Trump voters disagree

"We approach the Electoral college certifying the results of the election tomorrow. There's still broad objections from the Republican Party. New poll from Northeastern University finds big number of Republicans still don't believe Joe Biden won the election. For more. We're joined on the case. CBS Ring Central News Line by Larry Gerston Centers, a State university professor emeritus and KCBS political analysts. Good morning, Larry. Morning, Liz. So 97% of Democrats believe the election results only 61% of Republicans do what does this start? Divide mean for the political future in this country? Well, it's tough. I mean, there's a point where people have to say, you know, it's over. Let's go on. That's what we usually expect in a democracy. But in this case is a rather large swath of voters. Yes, mostly Republicans. Who believe that the religion that the election was rigged and that survey 85% believed that there was broad. Another. 81% agreed that non citizens that were involved, and so when you have that kind of baked in concern And negative reaction. It's kind of tough for the country to come together and move forward. No, we've never seen anything exactly like this. Can we point to President Trump and his rhetoric that has led to this? I mean, certainly In the past, Democrats have lost Republicans have lost. I don't remember ever seeing this. Look, it's no doubt about it. The President Trump has tapped into a reservoir of contempt and animus. That's all there is to it, and he's done it very successfully, by the way we have seen in this country for the last 25 years. Groups of people becoming increasingly concerned and largely revolves around immigration and globalization. Globalization because it's taking way good jobs, union jobs, factory jobs the immigration because people are coming in And people are making the connection that the immigrants are taking the jobs of the folks who are losing them. Now that connection's not true, but nonetheless, that's the sentiment. And as long as you have this resistance building up, and then you have someone like President Trump, who artfully taps into it. Now you've got a pretty good group of people who are saying, You know what? This is not fair. It was rigged. Our guy didn't win. And and we're not about to give in. We're now learning that some House Republicans are hoping to use Congress's certification of the results in January to challenge the election. How would that work and will it be successful? Well, what happens on January 6th is that all the states have sent in will have sent in their results of from each state's California's 55 electoral votes will go for providing Texas is 38 electoral votes will go for Trump and so on to get to the point of Of 306 to 232, the the vice president who is president of Senate will open up those envelopes one of the time. And and read off the results if somebody objects And it's at least one member in the House and one member in the Senate. Then each chamber goes into debate to decide whether any of the states results should be rejected. Now that the objections have happened occasionally over the last 130 years, when this process has started, not once has any states votes been turned away? But you know, not once we've said this a lot in this election cycle, and I think there's some degree of concern by by a few people that they're not once maybe overturned this time, too, Although nobody knows exactly how this could be a wrinkle January 6th Most experts think that that's all it will be. But nonetheless, I think when ways anxieties for people on both sides, So where does the Republican Party go post Trump? That's a good question. I mean, the question is, Does the party move along the trump lines where we see this large reservoir of people 70 million folks voted for Trump. Not all of them have the kind of values that we were talking about, but an awful lot do Or does the party return to the party of Lincoln and so was called which most Republicans view is one that has balanced budgets. Of defense ties with allies, low taxes, that kind of thing we don't know. We just don't know It's really going to be a turning point right now for the Republicans, and I might add on lesser degree It's a turning point for Republicans, given the split that they have between the moderates, and the progressives is a very, very precarious time in American society. Typically, we've come together when elections are over. What happens this time? Well, hold on, sit back and fasten your seat belt, All

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Obama reunion? Biden fills Cabinet with former WH leaders

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Obama reunion? Biden fills Cabinet with former WH leaders

"As president elect Biden continues picking cabinet members and other senior staff increasingly looks like he's getting the old gang back together with the exception of political outsider Donald Trump a recent new presidents have relied heavily on those who served in their party's previous administrations Biden's putting even more of a premium on experience filling out his roster with Obama that's like John Kerry Susan rice Dennis make Donna and others there are some risks Republicans simply don't trust some of them and progressive Democrats want to see new faces but some political analysts say Bynes playing the hand he's been dealt with the Senate in GOP control Democrats holding a slim house majority and the nation facing several crises they say Biden's relying on steady hands he trusts Sager mag ani Washington

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Ex-Atlanta mayoral hopeful Mary Norwood aids Trump’s bid to overturn Georgia election results

Atlanta's Morning News

00:28 sec | Last month

Ex-Atlanta mayoral hopeful Mary Norwood aids Trump’s bid to overturn Georgia election results

"Trump has a new ally and has pushed overturn George's election. Former Atlanta mayoral candidate Mary Norwood. WSB political analyst. Bill Crane says Norwood may be eyeing another run. If Marky Show Lance Bottoms takes a role in the Biden administration and Mary Norwood I think is early seventies would still have one more shot at that office. Nor what is part of a lawsuit which is trying to invalidate Georgia's 16 electoral College votes for Joe Biden Reporting live Bill Chi Akio 95.5, WSB.

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Trump holding vaccine summit amid reports administration passed on chance to buy more vaccine doses

KCBS Radio Morning News

04:54 min | Last month

Trump holding vaccine summit amid reports administration passed on chance to buy more vaccine doses

"As we're learning this morning about the 95% effectiveness of that Fizer vaccine, the Trump administration Facing new scrutiny for not locking in the chance to buy more of it. This is ahead of a planned summit they're calling in at the White House, where the president's expected to sign an executive order aimed at prioritizing vaccine shipments to Americans before other nations. KCBS Ring Central news line Now in our case, CBS political analyst Marc Sandalow Mark This'll be another self congratulatory moment for the president. But this question about buying more of the vaccine is something that's likely to reverberate for a while. Yeah, and standing which hard is it there? These are private negotiations or secret negotiations and that they're confidential. What the government specifically did with visor in there. Talks are not public. We do know that they paid for or they promised to purchase if effective, um 100 million doses of this visor vaccine, which is actually only 50 50 million people because you need the double doses. About $20 a shot, eh? So, yes. So now the news comes out that the Trump Administration had an opportunity to buy upto 500 million more doses, which would have been good for essentially the entire nation. But but this gets complicated. First of all, the White House denies it. And the White House denying it at this point means nothing. It means nothing more than the drug companies saying something because neither have credibility when it comes to this. But the fact is White House makes a good point, which is back last summer. There were five companies going after these things, and the government didn't want to put all its eggs in one basket. Now, you could certainly make the argument. At the cost of half a billion dollars, which is not inconsiderable amount of money. The government should just promise to buy everything from everybody, no matter what, but the fact is that there were other, You know, Madonna has a back scene that's coming out of the government also committed to buying So they didn't want to put all their eggs in one basket. That may be perfectly reasonable. It would be awfully nice if We could. If we could make a deal like a zoo country that we won't look backwards and start pointing fingers on who messed up if the people won't start congratulating themselves for making brilliant decisions that then have to be questioned because as much as the reports about the Trump administration blowing it May be overblown, and there's no way to know that for sure you can count on the fact what the president says in the White House in a couple hours. He's also gonna be overblown, starting with the fact that he is going to take credit, saying this operation warp speed, which cut a lot of the regulations and put money up front for a lot of the drug regulators and for I'm sorry for the drug manufacturers. Is the reason that five year has this drug what the fact is fighter was never part of operation works, speed and really, the focus now needs to be on who's going to get it and win. Well, and if there's gonna be a moment where we can elevate some people that hero status, let's talk about all the scientists and lab attacks and all of that, who have done something dramatic and remarkable mark in in nine or 10 months. You go from sequencing the DNI of this virus to putting a jab in somebody's arm in the UK this morning. And again, you're talking to somebody who has been a writer for many years and a political analyst, and so the mechanics of it are so far beyond me. I can't imagine how any of these vaccines work, but you're right standing me They got the the the imprint of the virus. Back in January and immediately began working on an antidote and immediately started working on a vaccine to how to solve this, and that is a process that typically takes many years. And it's not. I mean, part of it. Is that the government back some of these companies financially and promises to buy doses from the making financially secure but part of it just the advance of science, and they have a lot to do with the biotech industry up and down the peninsula that has advanced techniques, enough that they can apply modern science so that these things Happened much, much quicker. We still don't know how effective is going to be they saying about 92 95% effective, That's great, But we don't know is how long it lasts. Yet California has been sound like in a sense of pitiful numbers is supposed to get somewhere on 320 million. I'm sorry 220,000 doses over the next several weeks. Which is a lot, but remember, each person needs to by my math. That means about one out of every 230. Californians should be able to get this by the end of December, And meanwhile, the rest of us who aren't frontline workers who are not 85 or older and are not particularly vulnerable will wait. And well, We hope it's in March, but it could be April It could be made. It could be your June and every day is gonna matter. All right, Mark, Thanks for the update. KCBS political analyst Marc Sandalow live from Washington. It's 7 36.

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Karine Jean-Pierre: The History-Making Lesbian on Biden's Staff

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05:24 min | Last month

Karine Jean-Pierre: The History-Making Lesbian on Biden's Staff

"Is so much being said right now about the incoming administrations communication seem to also celebrate. Especially on this podcast. Is that two of the seven names that been announced so far are queer. Airspeed towbar and corinne jean pierre. We're going to have to queer women of color in the white house and leadership positions acting as the face and voice of our government. It's wild that think about and for that reason. I wanted to bring you this interview. That i did with corinne that originally aired on a luminary app. We spoke almost exactly a year ago. When corinn's book moving forward was first published. The message of book is that all of us no matter what you might think of as a typical background or story for politician. All of us have a police in politics. If corinne jean-pierre a queer woman of color who immigrated to the us as a kid can make it in politics. She says so can you. When we spoke corinne was also appearing as a political analyst on nbc and msnbc. So you'll hear talk about that. As well as what she learned working for a wide wide wide array of politicians including john edwards anthony weiner and of course resident barack obama from the advocate magazine and partnership glad. I'm jeffrey masters. And this is lgbtq. And here's shop. Thank you for having me. Of course excited thank you. Let's jump in right that your story is not the typical political story. You're immigrant you're a woman or one of color you're a and that is not what we typically see in politics. Yeah and yet. I think it's easy to soon. That's changing with high profile examples. Like alexandria ocasio cortez omar and yet. Those are very much outliers right. Yes nor it is the norm and and like you were saying. I walk in so many different communities if you will like i present so many different communities and that was one of the parts of writing this book i wanted to. I think people get really afraid when a here politics and getting into politics or getting involved and so that's one part of it and they think the other part of it is that people always ask me even young people. They ask me all the time. I teach at columbia university. So i have young people taking my class yearly. And they say how did you get here. How did you get into the white house. Like how did you work in politics and get a different presidentials. So the purpose of the book is also to show. There's not one path and also as a person of color gay person a woman an immigrant. I wanted to show people who are all. Those things are one of those things like. Hey you know she did it. I can do it too. So i lay that out in a very detailed way. You know as an immigrant. I grew up being told. Oh you're going to be one of those three professions doctor lawyer or engineer. And that's i think anybody who's listening in. I grew up in an immigrant. Family could understand that and that didn't work out. I talk about that in the book. And then i talk about. I didn't get into politics until my mid twenties. And so but you're right. there's representation matters and there's not a lot of representation. Even now there are like aol see as you just mentioned others kind of outliers. It's still a very small percentage of women of color of people from different identities that are more diverse that's in the political arena. So the hope is that can encourage inspire people to not be afraid of the word politics And to just get involved because the way you make change is if you get involved you're yourself and you know watching tv even though you don't mention being gay every time it is a part. It is no secret nearly no. I've been out for a long long time. Yeah and i think that's something that is easy to see about you. Bring that up because i. I think there's a tension between you bring. Being gay does not need to come up in every conversations right. Yeah and yet. I think it so powerful to know that there is escape on tv. Like i also want you to for. He never really. I'm so glad you brought that up. Because i think about that sometimes because i'm like i'm out. It's not hard to know that. I'm that i'm out. I talk about my daughter. I talk about my partner in interviews. And it's out there but i don't lead with that you know it's like it's part of my multiple identities. I have multiple identities at so. It's a very interesting kind of way to be in the space and it's actually kind of funny when people are like. I didn't know you were gay. And i'm like how do you not know i'm gay. I've been out for a long time the like. Wow and so it's just. It's funny. But i am aware of it. I am conscious of it. I want to respect all of said all of the communities i represent in. Were you to bring it up every episode out. Say like oh my god. She brings every time he was like. What's wrong receiver. Don't bring up at like one like she didn't bring yeah. It's like you. Yeah yeah it's over. I don't know how people like majority of people feel about it. But i i just want to lead with my experience and kind of my smart. There's a reason at this table and everything else just complements me.

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Warnock impresses at Georgia runoff debate

Atlanta's Morning News

01:14 min | Last month

Warnock impresses at Georgia runoff debate

"Company Busby's Bill Kayak chose reporting live, Senator Kelly Left leg. Reverend Raphael Warnock Butt heads of what may be their only debate for the January 5th election. Yeah, that's right. Scott Leffler and Warnock Stick to the message. Radical liberal Raphael Warnock is there agent of change. She does not have a case to be made for why she should stay in that seat in the Atlanta Press club debate her live here on USB. Leffler did not answer whether President Trump lost the election. It's vitally important that Georgians trust our election process. Here we are several weeks after the election, and Kelly Leffler continues to cast doubt, WSB political analyst Bill Crane comes away. Impressed with war knocks performance Start Revenue Warning came off across is very composed, articulate, like Crane says Leffler had a horrible performance, which he can't understand. I have been told by numerous people that I've known and trusted for years that she's articulate, engaging Genya. One has heartfelt concern for the people of Georgia and all walks of life. You did not see that tonight. In a rare moment of agreement, both Leffler and War knocks say they'll take the Corona virus vaccine when it's available. Reporting live Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB. Well, now it's up to you today is the deadline to register to vote of the January 5th. U. S. Senate run offs in Georgia. I'll tell you if the chilly weather stays

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Loeffler and Warnock face off in Georgia Senate debate

Atlanta's Morning News

01:07 min | Last month

Loeffler and Warnock face off in Georgia Senate debate

"Georgia Company Busby's Bill Kayak chose reporting live, Senator Kelly Left leg. Reverend Raphael Warnock Butt heads of what may be their only debate for the January 5th election. Yeah, that's right. Scott Leffler and Warnock Stick to the message. Radical liberal Raphael Warnock is there agent of change. She does not have a case to be made for why she should stay in that seat in the Atlanta Press club debate her live here on USB. Leffler did not answer whether President Trump lost the election. It's vitally important that Georgians trust our election process. Here we are several weeks after the election, and Kelly Leffler continues to cast doubt, WSB political analyst Bill Crane comes away. Impressed with war knocks performance Start Revenue Warning came off across is very composed, articulate, like Crane says Leffler had a horrible performance, which he can't understand. I have been told by numerous people that I've known and trusted for years that she's articulate, engaging Genya. One has heartfelt concern for the people of Georgia and all walks of life. You did not see that tonight. In a rare moment of agreement, both Leffler and War knocks say they'll take the Corona virus vaccine when it's available. Reporting live Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB. Well, now it's up to you today is the

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Violence erupts during Paris protest against Macron's security law

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:28 min | Last month

Violence erupts during Paris protest against Macron's security law

"For the last five years, The French police have been overworked and under stress. There were the terrorist attacks in 2015 and in 2018, protesters wearing yellow vests took to the streets to denounce income inequality. In between have been endless strikes and demonstrations that often end in violent clashes with young anarchists. Police have been injured and targeted. In 2016, a police couple was killed in front of their child by a terrorist who broke into their home. So President Emmanuel Macron tried to push through a bill to criminalize the publication of certain images of on duty officers. Matches that Brodsky, a law enforcement researcher, explains. That's being a demand for quite a while from rank and file and police unions because of fears regarding their privacy and regarding possible physical threats or even attacks. Article. 24, as the legislation was known, was part of a larger security bill at first human rights groups and the news media spoke out against it The You also warned France that journalist must be able to work freely. Slim been ashore is a civil rights lawyer. It's impossible to pretend that you're a strong democracy. If you press is afraid off filming and then showing the images images like a video that surfaced last week showing three police officers beating a black man Ah, professional music producer who never raised a hand against them, Um it's a national outcry over the video. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across the country. 25 year old student Charl Du Bois protested in Paris Citrine Geneva. Come here, you'd be up to the official We're here to protect one of our cherished liberties, he says. Freedom of information. The right to stay informed is as important as free speech and the right to protest the face of article. 24 has been the hardline young Interior minister General Domina, who recently scoffed at the term police violence, saying any time police use force it's legitimate. But Macron called the videotaped beating a national disgrace. On Monday, he ordered his interior minister to withdraw the controversial measure. This all comes at a sensitive time for police community relations, says law enforcement experts that Brodsky the George Floyd case, had huge repercussions in France because there were also demonstrations here and also, we should not forget that we had for over a year. The yellow vests produce yellow vest. Protesters say they, too, were sometimes treated brutally by the police. That's left anger and resentment within the movement of mainly working class whites from the French Heartland. Political analyst faced off Barbie A says the interior minister tried to push macron further to the right. But he made a big mistake because He fought. The people will be with him on the policemen against the newspaper on the players on the Internet, and it was not the truth. The truth, says Barbie, eh, is that the French want security for their policemen and liberty for citizens. Eleanor

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"political analyst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"political analyst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That's his takers fall short of reaching the goal of a complete tally of the US population. The Census Bureau says it reached more than 99.9% of the nation's households before a Supreme Court ruling last week abruptly ended the counting. But in a nation of 330 million people that remaining 3300.1% represents thousands of uncounted residents. And that can make a big difference in the resource is communities receive and the power they wield, however, in areas that were not counted, Census officials say they will use a statistical technique called imputation, which uses the characteristics and sides of neighboring households to fill in the gaps of homes with missing data. I'm Mike Hampton are the polls showing Joe Biden with big leads over President Trump Riel? Republican pollster Frank Lunch, says his profession is done. The President Trump wants the reelection November, 3rd improves the national polls wrong yet again. This is townhall dot com. Speaking with Salem radio, former Congressman and political analyst J. D. Hayworth says that Thursday's presidential debate revealed the weakness of Joe Biden's age. I just came away thinking this poor guy does not have the stamina. To be on the world stage, much less this debate stage By the end of the debate you could tell That he was extremely tired and that his skills have deteriorated. Hayworth is happy with the president's performance during the debate, President Trump I think he had a markedly better performance in this debate than he did in the first debate, in part because The ground rules were said, and the longer Joe Tall, the bow, the more Joe got himself into trouble. Kristen Welker had the great good sense on many occasions to allow the two candidates to debate more than 63 million people tune in to Thursday's debate More.

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"political analyst" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"political analyst" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Breaking news on the Bay Area's news station KCBS. If you're just joining us, we're getting word via The Associated Press, quoting the Supreme Court. Ruth Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 87. We are getting reaction to this news. We're going to turn to the KCBS Ring Central news Line and speak with KCBS political analyst Mark Sandalow. Um, Mark, I wanted to talk a little bit more. Of course. Later on today, we're going to talk a little bit more about her legacy a little bit more about her. But you're our political analyst, talk a little bit about The scenarios that could shape up politically in the next couple of weeks or months as the result of her death. Yeah, This sets up an epic political battle now in the U. S. Senate, all the nicks over just two coming weeks. Um, you know, the fact is that Ruth Bader Ginsburg was You're a solid liberal vote. Who 5 to 4 majority for the conservative right now, But it is a and again you won't be careful the way you talk about this because I know Your heart goes out to the Ginsberg family, and she held on to fragile health for many, many years, But that said, there is opportunity now for Donald Trump. Whether he wins the election or lose it to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg with somebody who will solidify a conservative majority for decades to come. Now, the difficulty is Mitch McConnell, Republican leader of the Senate when Anthony Anthony Scalia died with only 11 months left in Barack Obama's term. Said. No chance. We're not going to confirm anybody with only 11 months to go or president leaves because it should be up to the American people that the next president decide. Well, Mitch McConnell is already said not today. But previous to this step that that certainly not any principal in his mind. This is something which it Ruth Bader Ginsburg or anybody would believe He would have trump replace him immediately. There. Used to be a filibuster protection with Democrats could stop Republicans from simply filling this, but the Republicans have done away with that filibuster. Or Supreme Court nominee. So if the Senate and Trump would agree to do this, Trump could replace Bater Ginsberg before Election Day, and let me tell you for many, many conservatives out there who take Donald Trump. Personal Proclivities, and they can't stand the way that he had raised a federal spending, etcetera, etcetera. They want him to appoint conservative judges and this is a chance for him to buy them, and I would expect that Donald Trump will try to immediately fill her spot with a conservative justice. Mark. Do you see any of chance that any Republicans would side with Democrats on saying, Look, this needs to be held off until after the election. It's certainly possible and You know, Mike, if this kind of thing where if you would ask me that question five years ago, I say, of course. That even Barack Obama when Scalia died, did not replace him with somebody who was very far to the left. Merrick Garland somebody who was a more moderate because you wanted to sort of reflect that legacy. My guess is that there will be no thought of that right now that there will be a woman nominated. A conservative woman nominated, Um you know, I could see a few senators saying we don't gun will go along with this. But, boy, is this really just throws into They throw some a lot of social issues into the presidential election very, very quickly, and it's very sad the way this is set up. That's what some people would like to see. Supreme Court justices have terms that ended a certain age because this is this is mixed up in with Scalia, Scalia died suddenly sleep and Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a tragedy. She's got an incredible legacy for us to be talking about. I immediately talk is going to turn into whether this is an opportunity for conservatives. And the answer is, Of course it is. And, um through nice, gentle tones, finger getting very, very ugly US Senate immediately. Thank you very much for joining us. So we have been speaking with KCBS political analyst Mark Sandalow if you are just joining US Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away today. From pancreatic cancer at the age of 87. We're going to be talking much more about her legacy throughout the afternoon,.

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"political analyst" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"political analyst" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts the president's state of the union address is scheduled for less than twenty minutes from now okay trump and her husband Jared Kushner just filed into the first lady's boxes everyone gets set up for this speech moments away stay with us on Erin conter ski you're listening to live coverage from ABC news the I heart radio at this is effortless man I don't have to pay for it I love that part I can listen to stations from all over the country I'm actually from Cincinnati and I moved to Dallas I love catching up with sports I like it is really nice but this is super easy as and it doesn't make me fall down this app is always on the front page actually pretty nice to look at to make things so much easier for me there's people out there that don't have this the I heart radio at radio music podcasts all free free never sounded better download the I heart radio at today hi it's not watered and you've heard me talk for sometime now bought all work financial and here is a good reason why some of you might know that fifty percent of people are forced into early retirement you get sick of your job your job get sick if you were you experience health challenges but either way half of those are gonna be retiring sooner than we expected so whether you plan to retire soon or not it's important that you planned for work to be an option and not an obligation starting this week all with financial is offering free educational retirement planning workshops in Denver at the tax center there in boulder.

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"political analyst" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"political analyst" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Political analyst Steve Roberts our White House correspondent Karen Travers there at her post ahead of the president's departure for the short drive to the capital where the house chamber is now filling up in advance of the state of the union the president wants to assert this great American come back up and and he saw American carnage at his inauguration not everybody shared that view at the outset but the that the president believes that he is certainly brought the country back from where it he perceived it to be yes yeah I mean I think the president is going to try and do a positive optimistic message according to the White House but that's not been his operating mode over the last three years in fact the president I I think he tends to work better when he's on the defensive you know when he feels like he's in this fight the White House says all the time he's somebody who when he gets punched punches back twice as hard people are used to seeing him in positive optimistic mode and that might be a bit jarring for the audience tonight but the White House does want to go through the list of accomplishments and this is an important speech for the president because this is really the best chance he has to do that contrasts right now of course is trying to steal the spotlight away from the democratic primary but he is the most people paying attention tonight whether or not people have just been drowning in political news over the past couple weeks we'll see but this is a chance for the president to have his say when so many people have been speaking for him his lawyers and so many speaking about him the senators the members of Congress and of course the democratic contenders ABC news White House correspondent Karen Travers the president will shortly depart the White House for the short drive to the capitol to deliver his state of the union address and we will ahead here who the Democrats have chosen for the Republican wrists are for the democratic response the governor of Michigan Gretchen Witmer will talk about her a little bit why that choice maybe one that Democrats are looking forward to as their presidential candidates are coming off us some rather goofy Iowa caucuses with the results.

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"political analyst" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"political analyst" Discussed on WRVA

"A political analyst with decide smart and you were on the air with me all along with Jeff Katz last year when we relief I think we all agreed it's going to be hard for Ralph Northam to survive this and then somehow the guy did it what do you think of this looking back on it Bob no John certainly seemed on February one February two that it can be extraordinarily difficult for Ralph Norman to stay in office but immediately what happened was that he was the beneficiary you might say of all that the cell just and fair that when the lieutenant governor was accused of sexual assault at the Democratic National Convention by a professor in California followed up by another woman who accused him of rape when he was a student at Duke University and even though the the tenant governor boasted firstly denied both accusations it made it extraordinarily difficult for the Democrats to think that they could do anything in continuing to call for Ralph Norton resignation because there was no possible way they could support just in Fairfax yeah as the as the next governor of any benefit from that and then as time went on some public opinion polls John that began to show that the public even if they didn't know whether northern within that picture not was certainly willing to give him a second chance and you saw polls which said that African American and he should resign so the irony of all of this is that you know of who one year ago John looked as if he was on you know his political last legs now that when the Democrats have taken over the assembly could wind up being the most consequential democratic governor in a generation it is it is really remarkable I've got to ask you Bobby and I do trust your opinion I've said before is many times over the last twenty some years that you.

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"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

"Political analyst Scott Lindsey who previously served as a senior counsel to the Democrats in the house oversight committee he spoke with como's Eric Johnson how did they do these were these were these witnesses credible did they get across what they wanted to get across the witnesses came across I think to the public as deeply credible individuals they didn't have a clearly partisan agenda the presented that they'd worked for both Republican and democratic administrations both of these witnesses had in fact been hand selected by the trump administration for their roles so it's hard to impeach if you will the testimony of these two witnesses even though Taylor and can't have both spoken behind closed doors we found out something that we didn't know a bomb shell of sorts right investor Taylor revealed new information that we had never heard before he said that on July twenty sixth the day after president trump had spoken to president salen ski if Ukraine that ambassador song one a Seattle native is critical to this investigation at actually met with the national security adviser of Ukraine in Ukraine in Kiev after that meeting he went to a restaurant with a foreign service officer according to ambassador Taylor and spoke on the phone with president trump according to that foreign service officer again this is only relayed through ambassador Taylor we haven't heard from that individual yeah but according to the foreign service officer president trump asked directly about the investigations and afterward ambassador song and said that president trump's top priority for Ukraine was not Ukraine policy generally he was investigating providers that is very provocative testimony that we've heard but it still needs to pan out we have a lot more evidence that we need to see before we can give that testimony for weight incredible how damning is that how damaging to the president well when we go back to the three elements did the president with hold an official act in exchange for personal benefit Emma craft still need to tie this directly to the president himself ambassador Taylor George can never spoke to the president so a conversation between him master saw online can the president in real time right after this call about investigations would be critical information today as an opening day though was a very strong opening for the Democrats very strong and continuing to make their case that there was this hi of the aid to the investigations of the bidens homeowners political analyst Scotland see former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick is entering the twenty twenty presidential race Patrick announced his bid for the democratic nomination this morning in a video on Twitter the Democrats said he's running for the people who feel left out and left back former president Jimmy Carter is described as up and walking just days after undergoing brain surgery Carter's pastor telling the Atlanta journal constitution that the former president is in good spirits the surgery was to relieve pressure on the ninety five year old former presidents brain after he suffered injuries during two falls last month come on it's time eight.

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"political analyst" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"political analyst" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Funded identified as a political analyst so I looked her up on the the internet and and she is a Democrat hard core Democrat activist but they don't even identify that way just political analyst and and I just got she's bristled she just hates trump she's shaking with anger over this because you know this and we haven't really build the Hyde amendment yet two things that really get her goat Maria Cardona and listen here we go again they're good Christians and you're not you have questions who are supporting this president who supposedly have to follow Jesus teachings what is just say how you treat the least among us is how you are going to be judged my goodness this is how we are going to be just collectively collectively she said not just by but by the country and by the world she she left out by god should should well how would be judged by got generally the cashier really believe in the god thing is just fake they're just using the Jesus thing as a weapon of choice for today and today only to attack the people that they hate so much their next door neighbors and their family members and and really your whipping out Jesus on all of this and and and honestly I I just I don't get to me either as say a massive cavernous intellectual and moral disconnect between saying I love Planned Parenthood and we need to repeal the Hyde amendment so we can force nuns to pay for abortions with their tax dollars and gosh I really care about this child at the border how do you square that I if you're a liberal you consider yourself to be an intellectual all liberals think they're intellectuals they're not and how do you square that intellectually psychologically honestly I I you know but ethically morally how do you square that yet yeah it's impossible to square impossible here's Maria Cardona she is very very upset and here's why did they leave now the woman in this case who she lives and she talk to the media she said they left al Salvador because they're poor they're because they're poor but liberals on the news media they just start adding things because of gang violence because of climate change because of they just melt the Democrat party shopping list of made up things Maria Cardona on CNN this morning I was filing system was built exactly for the kind of people that are fleeing their home country because if they don't then their child and their son will be murdered their daughter will be raped unambiguously true I thank all sons in El Salvador are murdered all daughters in El Salvador are raped I think that's a well established fact it is the fear and horror factory of the Democrat media laughed Cardona and this is what we are doing to these people listen to them this is how we are treating the children who actually do make it here the horrors of what what we have heard we're trying to come to the detention centers Alison hundred thousand you have concentrate stages and prisoners listen that have tweeted out that when they have been held by the Taliban or Iranians or Somali pirates they have been treated better than our government is treating these babies toddlers and children that is a day.

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"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

"News political analyst Steve Roberts as we await special counsel Robert Muller is appearance before the house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff is standing by at the dais with the gavel in hand ready to call this hearing to order once again before a packed committee rule in the same room in which Miller just appeared just with a new set of members seated before him on the house intelligence committee ABC's Karen Travers our White House correspondent is watching from her perch anything from the president yet about the morning session not the president yet Erin but the White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham weighing in by saying that the last three hours have been quote an epic embarrassment for the Democrats Grisham says expect more of the same in the second half that's not a very surprising response there from the White House but it's also not a very specific response in terms of what exactly she's taking issue with the president's lawyer J. secular was out first within seconds of that hearing ending he says of the first hearing with Robert Muller that when it comes to the Russia probe secular says the American people understand that this issue is over they also understand that this case is closed notably sect slammed Mahler's team of investigators he writes in the statement that the probe was conducted by a small group of politically biased prosecutors notable because we saw several occasions where Miller was defending his team saying tried to hire the best people didn't ask about political affiliation ABC's Karen.

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"political analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here is WBZ's political analyst John Keller with Keller at large New Hampshire is a very beautiful state with a lot of great history and wonderful people, and I would never want to see anything happen. That would hurt their self-esteem or economic well-being. Having said that my New Hampshire friends had better brace themselves. They're long run as along with a key gatekeeper in the presidential race may be about to end two of the biggest most delegate, rich states, California and Texas have joined seven other states, including Massachusetts to create a. Super duper twenty twenty primary on March third. The earliest date recent memory early voting in California will start as I wins are going to their caucuses and as of now super duper Tuesday will fall just three days after the South Carolina primary and I'm sorry, New Hampshire. Don't get mad at me over this. But I'm afraid this means you're importance is likely to be severely diminished. The early field of possible candidates includes multiple entries from California. And no wonder if you can draw just a few flies in the first primary and caucus states. But then win California on March third. Suddenly, you're the front runner. And even if you do wanna play big in New Hampshire, you don't even have to spend that much time there to do it. You can do what Donald Trump did three years ago and campaign a lot in Massachusetts knowing the media coverage will reach into the granite state to for this might even be the cycle where a candidate who ignores New Hampshire. Winds up winning heads up granite staters to keep the perks flowing you'd better start taking a look at the day after Dr king's birthday. Hi, this is Joanie Siani host of.

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"political analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Political analyst John Keller with Keller at large most enduring cliches last because there's some truth to them and exhibit A is the more things change the more. They stay the same. This is so true of the recent hubbub over the advanced ages of the top democratic leaders in the house minority leader Nancy Pelosi who wants to return to the speakership when the new democratic majority takes office in January is seventy eight the same age as one of her top deputies James Clyburn and a year younger than another Steny Hoyer. There's a striking generation gap between them and an unusually young group of newly elected members average age forty five quote, the party is being taken over by younger people, and my generation can do this the easy way or the hard way. Former party chairman Howard Dean tells the globe and north shore. Congressman Seth Moulton age forty is raring to dump the old guard in. Perpetrating election results in which quote, the American people voted for change as a mandate for generational change. Well, as card-carrying baby boomer I have to laugh recalling my own generations gratuitous ages crystallized in the nineteen sixties by a campus. Activists who said you can't trust anybody over thirty. Now that all the boomers are over sixty including the ones who pretend they're not that arrogant bromide doesn't seem quite so profound. The truth is what dean and molten are saying is witless pandering. Yes. Low turnover at the top Ken stifled, the MVP of the up and comers who then have two choices. They can stamp their little feet and whine about it or drop the knee jerk ageism and find ways to make their ideas and presents irresistible to their elders. In the meantime, they might learn something from those elders about the patients and. Persistence. They practiced to get where they are. But don't trust me on any of this. After all, I'm just.

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"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

"News political analyst Steve Roberts is with us through this morning. Steve your plate is full this morning. Yes. It is. Here's one very interesting. Takeaway, and that is the power of women both as candidates and voters up and down. If you look at the democratic victory that gave him the house fueled by women voters and often. They were women candidates stated Virginia. Good example. Three Republican seats flip to the Democrats. All three women candidates with the Torius. And if you look at the votes women's voted democratic by nineteen points yesterday men, Republican by four points agenda after twenty three points. Eighty four women in the house of representatives going into the election. You're almost certainly will be more than one hundred for the first time in our history of the country more than one hundred women in the house of representatives. Also in a number of governors racist democratic women did well, Kansas. Maine, Michigan all elected democratic women. And there were some Republican women as well. I female governor of South Dakota. So definitely was a new evening where women were critically important with the Democrats taking over the US house. So what does the future look like for the President Trump administration? Well, it's going to be painful. The fact is that even though the democratic majority is slim that means they take over every committee. That means they have more money to hire. Researchers and investigators they have the power to hold hearings and witnesses and maybe their single biggest power is summed up in one word in that its subpoena. Republicans change you lose a couple years ago. So that a house committee chairman can issue a subpoena without even consulting the minority. So Republicans love that idea when they were in control and suddenly now they're going to be the victims of that. The Democrats already have a long list of issues that they're going to be. Oh, no. Careful they have to use that power modestly and reasonably or else it could blow up in their face. And they certainly don't have any grounds for starting impeachment hearings at this point. But there were many many issues starting with come finances. The president's tax returns some of his regulatory changes in areas like bar, mental control a very legitimate targets of Democrats in power as of this morning, really shifts in Washington and Democrats have much more leverage in the new congress. And they've had in the past Democrats had such high hopes in the south for Andrew gillum and Florida Stacey Abrams and Georgia Beto O'Rourke in Texas all three apparently are going down to defeat. Is there any kind of common denominators theory on on that? Well, it is still a country where it is hard for candidates of color to win statewide races. They can win in the house because of the narrower districts. But it is still very tough in this country. We've had only a handful of non white governors in the whole history of this country. We have only three senators color. So this is still a fight. But if you look at the underlying demographics in a state like Texas. Yes, federal lost became very close. And the fact is the vote the non my go-to Texas was forty one percent. That's the future that number is only going to go up, and it's only going to go up in Texas. It's only gonna go up in Florida. It's only gonna go up in Arizona and Nevada and many other states. And so that the Republican party if you look at the demographics. They were clearly the party of aging white men in each election going forward. Percentage of the electorate of aging white lane is going to get smaller percentage of minorities is going to get larger. And this is a is a demographic trend, it's undeniable. He's voters has already been born. This is not guess what? And so while this was not a good night for those democratic candidates. The future looks brighter for candidates of color as these demographics. Really changed the face of America. Stephen all you have to run thanks for helping us sort it all out ABC news political analysts Steve Roberts. Komo news. Time five twenty one. And the propel insurance money update. Seven out of ten voters say the tax cuts that congress passed nearly a year ago have not helped their personal finances and NBC news exit poll finds only twenty nine percent of people surveyed say the cuts have helped them forty five percents say they haven't seen any change. Twenty two percent say the changes in tax policy of left them worse off financially the exit poll shows that higher income voters were twice as likely as voters in the low income households to say that the tax law changes have helped their finances. Wall Street futures are higher. Dow up about one hundred twenty six this morning up sixteen NASDAQ futures up fifty nine we already have some problems on the roads this morning. We'll talk about that coming up next. Komo news time five twenty two. Information.

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"political analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With life as digs through her purse. Her daughter stands at the door, for example. I prepared them for school, and they sent her back because they needed many three brooms she paid tuition, but she didn't have enough money leftover to buy the required. Three brooms. Her daughter says the same thing happened to a bunch of her classmates and the head teacher, ridiculed them and sent them. All so frustrating. Everything is so frustrating. You people then says in Uganda they are being packed into a breaking point. They go to the hospital. But there's no medicine they call the police, but they have no fuel it has left everyone. She says angry everything everyone. The teaching the school is angry. The NASA hospital is angry the woman selling tomatoes that the market is angry then a raised five kids on her own. She wants tried to get child support. But says her husband bribed the courts to get out of it. And that day watching television. She says all that anger all that disappointment. Boiled over too much suffering sort of leaves, you know, in my local language name cuckoo some moments. You don't feel anything. I asked Uganda's minister of information. If the government was concerned about these problems, and he dismissed them saying, quote, there is frustration everywhere, including in the US, Peter a political analyst says the debate in Uganda has become about the little things. Suddenly he says not being able to pay school fees or get medicine isn't confined to the poor rural areas, and this more things as to to push them. The crisis comes he says when instead of trying to solve the problems the government blames the people for them. I meet Jana Bola at her house near Kampala. She pulls out an x Ray points to one of our vertebrae. Collapsed last month. She was campaigning alongside Bobby wine in northern Uganda when she was badly beaten. She says a police officer screamed that this was the last time the opposition would cause trouble for the government. This pulled a pistol from his waist..

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"political analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Political analyst john keller with keller at large it's not exactly breaking news but massachusetts democrats made it very clear what's top of mind for them at their convention this weekend contempt for disgust at and horror over the trump administration but the partisans in that convention hall and anyone else who thinks a blue wave this fall that easily washes away the gop majority in the house is a sure bet ought to think twice according to an interesting new cbs news yougov battleground tracker survey of nearly six thousand voters in competitive house districts with the results then extrapolated to all four hundred thirty five house races the battle for control is a near dead heat and you'll never guess the main reason why seventy nine percent say their local economy is either somewhat or very good only twenty one percent rate it somewhat are very bad sixty eight percent say unemployment is only a minor problem at worst where they live and while the president's ratings are unsurprisingly poor they also contain a warning for democrats about leaning too heavily on personal distaste for mr trump while solid majorities dislike his personal conduct and attacks on the fbi and justice department more than four in ten say they mostly like his policies overall and his economic policies score even better close to a third of those surveyed say the gop tax bill has impacted their taxes for the better not bad considering the full effects of that new law won't be felt until next spring so will this.

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"political analyst" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Political analyst bill crane says the us will want more will be whether or not you'll give the existing warheads they haven't inventory as well as the bility to produce nuclear energy and while there are high hopes for the summit one expert fears how far kim could regress if the talks fail president trump takes a different kind of approach to chinese telecom giant z t e he says the us will help the company get back on its feet after the commerce department last month blocked it from importing american components for seven years the us accused of misleading regulators about its trade with north korea and iran meanwhile the us and china continue to work on trade negotiations breaking news i i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news senator lindsey graham says it's time for the white house to apologize after an aide makes an off color remark about senator john mccain is pretty discussing thing to say if it was a joke it was a terrible joke i just wish somebody from the white house would tell the country that was inappropriate has yet to publicly apologize after dismissing mccain by saying he's dying anyway mccain is battling brain cancer police investigate this morning shocking discovery outside a walmart in south fulton county channel two action news reporter ricky klaus talked to an investigator says a woman's body was found hanging from a tree around three this morning on old national highway no foul play in when we asked whether it was a suicide she would not confirm medical examiner looks to confirm caused a death and a new report and the new warning about kilos cars support from the new york times down dozens of cases of people being poisoned by carbon monoxide after failing to shut off their kilos ignitions the report says at least twenty eight people have died in forty five have been sickened or left with brain damage puerto mona rivera says some advocates are pushing for wider use of alarms that would warn the drivers but the auto industry has opposed making.

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"political analyst" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It's not really the province political analyst a cultural analysts absolutely but i don't really consider myself a cultural inla uh i don't i'm not interested in culture as much as i am in government politics i do think that there's a problem that we have with conflicting things that government can and can't do not just on the left it's also on the right and this is one of those examples of where if the place that we start talking about it as though with public policy and it's not at the price the constitution doing something that is you know maybe you think it's objectionable but you know maybe you think it was objectionable for the cartoon show that you know had everybody freaking out of mcdonald's for telling fish one thought to over the last week which still your story i've ever heard of my life but it's not a political issue that i want that have an opinion okay fair point okay well what about the cultural created in hollywood when people accept the behavior and don't turn in people like harvey weinstein and because they had people that well then no because they they have the money to donate to the democratic party sure i i'm i'm struggling on this one because i'm not sure the extent to which the broader and sociological uh the seemed like we've gotten who have stage in this debate over the wind or we're talking about how this is systemic it is not just hollywood at every single institutional on earth um i don't know whether that the case or not i'm leaning again it but if not my experience so i can't speak to it and it does it does demonstrate the extent to which there is an element of complicity and in a lot of american life and not just in hollywood and not just on the left and not just on the right um in protecting people who are in power and an industry that attract people who are just kind of scum people um it's there it's a much bigger deal i think than than just hollywood and i'm not sure at the scale of it uh so uh i'm you know it's one of the things i'm being terrible error as has a radio guess right now but i have no the road.

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"political analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Political analyst paul by selling on the live wine 555 david kale in for pass this morning with your money news and we're seeing the impact of those president trump's statements on that business council the two of them we were just talking about the auto giant's right april we are and yet stocks are predicted to open higher today despite the ceo the backlash against president trump tempering gains the president tweeting yesterday he's dissolving those two business advisory councils after a mass exodus of the nation's at sea owes in response to his remarks about the deadly weekend violence in charlottesville turns out the ceos on the president's strategic policy forum voted to disband before the president announced the end of the groups according to sources familiar with a meeting but it hasn't hurt wall street after all of this stocks still managed and slightly higher if only by a few points the bottom line for investors there following what corporate america has to say and so far corporate america has delivered a pretty decent report card it's abc news chief business and economic correspondent rebecca jarvis pay pows cutting off payments to rightwing extremists the payment company telling cbs it's taking action against more than three dozen hate groups following the recent violence in virginia pay pows says in a statement it's working to ensure that its services quote are not used to accept payments are donations for a titties that promote hate violence or racial intolerance as tensions rise between the us and north korea texas bomb shelter builder is cashing in the gm of the rising s company says many people are enquiring and buying bomb shelters business so brisk they can't keep up with demand the boom in business comes after it was revealed north korea has nuclear weapons those buying.

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"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"political analyst" Discussed on KOMO

"2 and your homemaker still blocking of that are right lanes loves the brake lights there across the trust will definitely some blazes come out of the whole mission lake stevens had some roadwork site on i five into quillot in we have lanes closing both directions knife between in urban and kentdes moines road so possible delays for you to that stretch i michael mashburn on komo news this is an abc news special congressman attacked from abc news headquarters here is correspondent aaron katersky in addition to the calls for civility that we heard echoing around the nation's capital today there were tributes to the capitol police officers who managed to fire back at the gunmen even as they were wounded what would have happened had the house majority whip steve scalise not been there and there were no capital police officers providing security abc news political analyst steve gomez who covers law enforcement matters forest is with us steve what could have i've been done here while aaron this is a big issue there's going to be looked at moving forward because it i not only with republicans in a in a bad situation when they were practising but so were the democrats the democrats didn't even have any leadership so they had no security detail that was there so moving forward they have to all recognize elected officials abby whether it's in washington dc or anywhere throughout the country that if you have a number of elected officials that are gonna be congregating in a place where it is known to the public because everyone had known that they were practicing at that field that that is now a soft target just like targets that we've seen throughout the us in europe by the the manchester arena for the iran ground the concert outside of where there was no security the that that was a soft target it becomes the same thing and what they have to realise is that if you're going to have that kind of congregation of elected officials you have to have security whether it is law enforcement private security what have you they have to be there because the potential that somebody's going to try to attack.

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