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"zero two billion dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"In, q three earnings apple earned two dollars and fifty cents per share on revenue of fifty nine point, seven billion dollars beating analysts, expectations iphone sales generated twenty six point four, two, billion dollars in revenue twenty percent higher than analysts expected services generated thirteen point, two billion in revenue accessories six point, five, billion dollars, both modestly beating analysts, expectations, ipad and Mac segments reported revenue of six, point, five, eight, billion and seven point zero, eight, billion dollars respectively apple chief financial officer with Luca Masonry confirmed that supply chain constraints would delay the next generation I iphone by a few weeks. In Q. to Amazon reported earn ten dollars and thirty cents per share on revenue of eighty eight point nine, billion dollars analysts had expected revenue of eighty one point five, three, billion dollars on earnings of one dollar and forty six cents per share on the earnings call. CEO Jeff bezos said Amazon created one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand jobs since March with third party sales going faster than I party sales in the quarter grocery sales revenue tripled in. The quarter with Amazon, increasing grocery delivery capacity by over one hundred, sixty percent and tripling grocery pickup locations in the quarter aws generated ten point eighty one billion dollars in revenue up twenty, nine percent in the year but the ninth consecutive quarter of slowing growth subscription revenue increase twenty nine percent to six point zero, two, billion dollars while it's other revenue which mostly consists of its ad business increased revenue four percent to four point two, two, billion dollars. In alphabets cue to earn the company, its first quarterly revenue decline in company history bringing in thirty eight point three billion dollars, earnings of ten dollars and thirty one cents per share. But still beating analysts, expectations that you present annual revenue decline was largely driven by a drop in core search in AD revenue down nine point eight percent of the year to twenty nine point nine billion dollars youtube. Ad Revenue increased five point five percent of the year to three point eight, one, billion dollars Google cloud revenue jumped thirty one percent to three billion dollars while other revenue, which includes subscriptions grew twenty five percent to five point one, two, billion dollars, alphabets, other bet segment, which includes waymo generated a one point eleven billion dollar operating loss on declining revenue of one hundred and forty, eight, million dollars. Facebook, saw its revenue grow ten point six percent in q two beating analysts expectations with eighteen point six, nine, billion dollars on earnings of one dollars. Eighty cents per share. The company says monthly active users on facebook increased twelve percent of the year to two point seven billion with daily active users up twelve point, five percent to one point seven, nine, billion. Twitch announces. Partnering With Community an organization that supports minorities in East sports and the video game industry to create a historically black colleges and universities. E SLEEK HCC students will receive educational and scholarship support from twitch student to expand their sports programs along with other objectives. Google.
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"The Bloomberg business and the tech talk on Twitter this is Bloomberg radio this is the big day break yet for this Wednesday the thirtieth of October in love the coming up this hour to check on reports a drop in revenue was fixed income trading stocks again and Credit Suisse focuses on calls a theme in European bank earnings and a base to win to election Britain will hold us not pull the twelfth of December to break the break the deadlock but one thing time wounds all breaks it outcomes will come to the UK economy Lebanon's prime minister's son how to re re resigns off to two weeks of violent anti government protests and the US house of possible to re impose harsher sanctions on ten nine the Ontarians with world news on third time's a charm the fed stands poised to cut rates again and made an expected slowdown in third quarter GDP vessel straight ahead on Bloomberg date for a cure on the A. B. digital radio London book eleven three New York but ninety nine one Washington DC Bloomberg one oh six one Boston but nine sixty seven Cisco service XM channel one nineteen and around the world on the book radio don't call in five the plea but this is very good morning for me on the line Caroline head welcome to the program thank you for joining me on what he's a very busy morning incentives over names we've been talking about European fine so that'll today's animated because we have the numbers from teh tiles so in the oil space that quota adjusted net income three point zero two billion dollars at the base of the estimate of two point seven seven billion dollars total will bite back one point seven five billion dollars of shares in twenty and nineteen it keeps its three year goal for that and the interim dividend process sixty eight year said suppose shed so that's interesting you see we know that for the big oil majors it's been about the drop in oil and gas prices and how that affects them they do see production growth of nine percent in twenty nineteen at a cost savings of more than five hundred million dollars this year so that's a full minute total this morning this of course as oil prices did yes again this morning without by four tenths of one seven WTI crude chatting fifty five dollars thirty one to the Saudis of ready to you cut output further but it but we've had recently in recent days that Russia seizing up much more relaxants save of the loss a couple of days we seen a two percent awful W. T. eyes so we and we down another four tenths of one percent so the interesting on the tapes how earnings as for the rest of the markets and because it's not just about earnings the European banks and many of those it's was about a fed decision a lot of anticipation around and know the interest rates console mode the US the federal reserve that isn't unanimous but it does look pretty said that markets are expected another twenty five basis points caught a treasuries have been firming up at this morning in terms of old videos with down a basis point so we tried it once was eight two eight this morning for US bench won't use it is all about what's going to happen though eighteen of the short and particularly because then we would be seeing a pricing for a poll was off to this fed rate cut so you add that says something that the markets will be watching just how dovish will drive Powell sounds I will say just breaking into the market committee to bring you next third quarter retail sales jul by six point three percent of that verse is an eight percent drop a year ago say next retail sales I mean we know how much the High Street has been under pressure Hey in the U. K. next is one of the major retail outlets in Britain at Wright said let me also just tell you the rest of the markets the pound is trading high attend the wolves and the big dollars bought index is flat this morning the yen to is one eight four eight five and more broadly in Asia the markets the intense victories have been down this morning which is with the exception of the topics which gave two tenths of one percent the hang sent down off of one set the SX two hundred illustrated on eight tenths of one percent so it gives you a little flavor of the markets that we take you to our top stories and delve into those earnings figures Credit Suisse pace in the third quarter result that was better than expected on top line growth and profits that's will's earnings at the key wealth management business also improved we're gonna be hearing from CO two chance yeah a just a few minutes Hey owner bring back rated so we'll bring you that says sounds also due to bank still shrinking even after getting rid of unwanted businesses Germany's largest lender reporting its first results off the deciding to exit equities trading revenue from thought to banks remaining businesses fell four percent in the third quarter that was led by a slump its investment banks who speaking to believe but some of the ties he was saying that the pick of the bunch at a may be a standard charted out of these results but clearly the west before my Deutsche Bank as for other news this morning in terms of politics it looks like the fourth time of all asking and piece of now voted in favor of an early general election here in the U. case of boys Johnson gets his wish they are the right.
"zero two billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"What time it is every time you heard this do you hear the song and that is the mom and Michael our is Michael's time to really tell us about what's happening in Hollywood he absolutely loves the movies he loves producing or making his own he hasn't had a chance to really produce many are at all or work on some big ones yet but I have complete faith in you son I know it's gonna happen one day if you still wanted to happen I love the big movies I've been so busy in post production nada somehow than dumping files and posting coding so hold that has a wonderfully distracted me yeah my original plans of making films of themselves thank goodness I was distracted by your review last week of it too and it made it to number one big time I think what ninety three million dollars or something it may what is it up to now. so this week in a minute and it made an additional forty point seven million dollars this weekend which is a great second we can for horror film well why is it that three hundred and twenty three point three million dollars in just the first two weekends accord acquired a box of us most of the software that I think I love the most is that they get franchise it number one and it is number two the new version that is. I have now grossed over one point zero two billion dollars worldwide so if you could really really big franchise the biggest **** horror films ever of course not adjusted for ticket information inflation in ticket prices rather but the keeping it open we could ever at the top or from government entities issues really really big movies and I'm not surprised that it so well in its second weekend okay great that's over with so Michael are you chance to go. you had a chance to go and see hustlers which Jennifer Lopez was on all of the talk shows I mean she was everywhere promoting this show she the produce on this she is a producer on this you know also produce owner who will Ferrell. yes his company has has been making dramatic sales for years now I feel like a lot of people don't realize that he's been doing that he's still P. produces committed films of course also but I mean it even recently with the producer on bikes so he's really dug his heels and shoe making great to dramatic content with what within a larger production company sells out yet general good for managers but is on this will Ferrell his company is it because the producer Megan Ellison of course Malcolm's fortune her and her brother both went into producing you say Megan elephant Ellison Ellis in wary Ellison's don't panic thank you so. company Annapurna pictures hit the scene I think what five six years ago I if I have the number shortly I think both her and her brother and here to three hundred million and they both use it to start start start production companies in the make content and she's made from award winning films are prepared there also produced on vice basically if the movie that's trying to win an award often it's Anna partner behind that film and will Ferrell has produced several films where Kerr and our jailers also done films produced by that same team so I think if I think the three of them and they're super companies have maybe some kind of deal or they just like working with each other but yeah Jennifer Lopez the producer of course Constance woohoo courses the break out star from from a crazy rich Asians right course before that she was on fresh off the boat on TV but you officially a movie star now. she then she did it Julia Stiles who speaking of my generation I'm a she was famous in the nineties I haven't seen her movie in quite some time she's back she's a great actress by the way I really like you are. the farmers in this will all right man she is on that Michael Strahan and Serra Serra Michael show and I. T. that Kiki is fantastic I love her on the show I think the chemistry really works. yeah this is she's in this party be is in the words of of course shouts out many applicants so many of her songs right in this and ex with the exception of Julia Stiles they all play strippers. little is a stripper they're all strip. Jennifer Lopez is a stripper they're all strippers have usually a styles is a stripper no she's the one who's not okay she's out of those I. just listed she the one who is not the rest are listed all I wasn't just tell me I wasn't listening you have to see that I have. the rest all playing. sure it was in this film so have you seen the trailer for I have not. so if I told you that that cast was in a movie produced by an apartment will Ferrell and jail about your person what do you think you you would you would just totally if you want to go see this over the years. I don't know I don't know I did it all right I actually I hadn't seen the trailer either I heard about this or heard about this project we're gala was playing a stripper and they're gonna be on hold on stages so there was an article written about the story years ago this is based on true events of course it was changed make it more dramatic for the film. the stories about this group of women yes yes to happen the shepherds but who ended up building this this damn if you will this hustle to steal money from rich man who would come to the strip club and I think feel money I mean hundreds of thousands of dollars from the from the Wall Street types that were coming into this club in Manhattan but this story is part of their motivation is very much a reports from the economic crash in two thousand eight so it actually this film about strippers were you see a lot of naked women is fan tastic it's fantastic I'm talking about we're going to hear about this movie during the gold hello. really if the wolf of Wall Street but female power it is I was blown away by the directing which it is directed by women the acting especially from Constance Wu and Jack allow our editing the music selection is extraordinary because it's it's the music from the time and it's. sexy and to have you as much a second just means of the body I mean the the the the power that these women have there with the homeless yeah how hunting they are and they're just in their their strength and what they are and their motivations you know they're not just doing this for money they're doing it because they have a child to support our no family to go to war a grandmother to support or today I did they have no other family around them so they become each other sisters when no one else would help and at the time were everything in the world would collapse the that they're the motivation card becomes will they stole this money from hard working American people were going to steal it back from them for our own good to support the people that we love. if of course the challenges you at the viewer cute you really are address and and a judicata our feelings about the the the how ethical their actions are me that's what a good film should do is okay so are the village are they these are the hustlers or they just strong women who were doing what they have to do to survive and to help the children with all with it have done for generations and generations they've made enormous sacrifice to to help those that they love and to make sure that their children are set up and we're just being in this movie in an environment that is new I've never seen a film in this setting with this tone with is still able to access such a gold mine of female empowerment yes in a setting in the in the genre that is usually crafted and designed to strip power away from it and that's a beautiful thing to do in a very difficult thing to do I don't think a male correct I'm a male director could help that you need a few more direct the how the the allies or or the gays as Recology she through the lives to do that it's really the the the the new ones craft making is extraordinary so mark my words I will not be surprised if we hear about hustlers during at least the golden globe I don't know but comical Oscar but I think golden globes are this is going to be get mentioned and I'm gonna have to this I don't know how old sailor wins six fifty just single celebrating her tour was to celebrate her turning fifty she looks amazing looks amazing you know I went to her concert want to compare to get me a check the ticket to go with her and I am telling you her concert a few months ago was really good and she did a whole strip thing and I looked at one I went what's with the strip thing now I know now you know and there's a whole scene where she's from the train one of our coworkers and she's on the pole. and you can tell that she had been in classes because her body the muscles in her body she did all the moves herself there was no stone wall this is a car on a pole and I it was almost. why don't you give me spoiled but really it was not about sexuality it was about how or control truth as training film preservation all that comes through and how she played this over the top fabulous or call wearing just diva I mean she really is going to become. a little already again I K. I. con but that character her character in this movie why go to the we hold the west Hollywood Halloween party this year I'm sure I'm going to see men and men women dressed up as her character from the still because that is how sad was she is and okay so you make it sound like is really really good and I wonder how women feel about it did you talk to anyone about it with any women in your group I have not no this is Joanne are seeing it everyone in our audience or weekly most people applauded wind will resolve itself but I think by by opening numbers I think people like a open to thirty three point two million this weekend on a budget of just twenty million I don't know the break out of a minute or swimming what do you see yourself. more research on that but that's actually the biggest opening for a B. the sales company behind it's called STX entertainment as in Sam T. as in Tom absolutely but they released a slew of films in the five years ago to live in per box up with most of this is the biggest one I've been keeping my eye on that company because they keep releasing so many box office bombs and I feel like there are original funding what's gonna last much longer yeah. once we have bad moms it was a hundred and thirteen million total gross though the upside a hundred and eight million bad moms Christmas seventy two million so they've done. they've done three really good but but if you look at the rest of the some of the real rain render budgets versus the box office right I will route you were seeing large losses of course that doesn't include yes your view of the non aligned we asked as bad moms this film is the biggest opening but they I've been wondering you can't keep releasing films with with budgets over fifty million dollars in open to like seven million six million and stay in business but this somewhat think you're gonna have legs as they say and which is I guess propria with it will be for that. if you listen to by the way. you know she's not in it that much but she was born and I think she helped set the tone so they really have had her in Carty begin in the movie I think because the vein yeah there with their names on our block party B. she was a stripper that is her back. when she got the script I'm sure she could talk about that in her songs too yes having both of them are are great choices June bring to this film truth and and the part of that is someone power so I'm sure there are skeptical people I believe I do need to go talk to more women to see what they are yeah I really like to know what your female friends say and by the way I did do a little song Monday night at the Dakota this past Monday night so I did worship me although I changed it and change it up a flip the script or would you change well I I kept the song you know. you know the whole thing. and then I I said let's do a vertical relationship so whatever you believe in even if you wanted those festivals for the rest of us if it was someone bigger and higher than you and he was talking to you from a whole nother constellation think about these words how would you answer that and then I went into anybody want to pray with me and that was more of a horizontal relationship between me and you human beings are human being here yeah and it was very fun it was a small kid I was it was a smoking medley. but I would love a hero yeah but a lot of cursing at her songs and that sort of thing so you know it's not me but I sure love I think is really special I think she is. now that I've yet to meet her but her songs are incredibly catchy she was good in this movie are there is you get to play the flute this will be as we know she played the flute quite welcome her thing well that's right I don't think Michael we have to go we have not taken a break and so let us mouth is starting to form and froth and so I'm thinking. 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"No word from U. S. A. network who carries their show about how this indictment might impact the show's future at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on your call will propel insurance money update the worst session of two thousand nineteen for the U. S. stock market the major indexes all plunged about three percent after an unusual bond market action that has been a reliable indicator of recessions the Dow Jones industrials plunged eight hundred points and the nasdaq composite tumbled two hundred forty two Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway says it has boosted stake in Amazon dot com by eleven percent during the second quarter as of June thirtieth the books are owned one point zero two billion dollars worth of Amazon stock the likely won't happen until next year but when Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets return to the skies the US economy will get a boost that's the view of the US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross told C. N. B. C. today that the March grounding the trouble plane probably took something like four tenths percent off gross domestic product in the second quarter more now in the current quarter he says that'll come back when the Max problems are ultimately fixed that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news now here are your political insights from ABC news Congress maybe on recess but there is some movement back in Washington on gun control legislation White House aides have been sitting down with staff from democratic senators mansion and Murphy's offices as well as Republican senator to me find a bipartisan way forward on gun control a White House official said the president has given his full blessing for the bipartisan talks and to stand up in the president has voiced support for background checks saying that he wants very.
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"Going to come get you they face thirty years if convicted no word from U. S. A. network who carries their show about how this indictment might impact the show's future the latest advance electricity from wind this same power fewer better turbines is A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson and the top U. S. coal mining state Wyoming bigger more efficient equipment will allow an electric utilities to redevelop the state's first commercial wind farm should produces the same amount of power with far fewer turbines Portland Oregon based pacificorp plans to replace sixty eight turbines at the put creek one wind farm with thirteen still still generate forty one megawatts enough electricity to power nearly twenty thousand homes pacificorp says imagine buying a new cell phone today verses in nineteen ninety eight that's when the Wyoming wind farms first turbines were installed Chuck C. written ABC news at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on news your call will tell insurance money up the the worst session of two thousand nineteen for the U. S. stock market the major indexes all plunged about three percent after an unusual bond market action that has been a reliable indicator of recessions the Dow Jones industrials plunged eight hundred points and the nasdaq composite tumbled two hundred forty two Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway says it has boosted its stake in Amazon dot com by eleven percent during the second quarter as of June thirtieth the books are owned one point zero two billion dollars worth of Amazon stock it likely won't happen until next year but when Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets return to the skies the US economy will get a boost that's the view of the US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC today that the March grounding the trouble plane probably took something like four tenths percent off gross domestic product in the second quarter more now in the current quarter he says that'll come back when the Max problems are ultimately fixed that's your money now I'm Jim just go como news now here.
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"Can be very frustrating so even slower. Well well in in that sense yeah. I mean the adoption here in the u._s. Yeah well it's true. I was just going to say if you don't if you're a technology person who wants to move things quickly go from zero. Two billion dollars in two years do not try to healthcare. Healthcare is very slow very is quite understandable because you know let's say you're the patient certain says i have this newfangled fangled do a surgical procedure to try out a new for the first time no case. Oh thank you know so necessarily <hes> you know people in healthcare care tend to take steps very very methodically very carefully based on evidence you know nobody's gonna dive in and radically changed the way they do things in healthcare. It just doesn't happen so expected to take three times as long as would be reasonable if you're selling a new computer dismal good message so now getting into the many syllabus lightning round. I've got a couple of questions for you ready. Okay sure what's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes. Oh aw i would say the most important thing is timely actionable data. You need real world data to act upon you can't be guessing and one of the things that his surprise me as we developed sensors and you know various ways of monitoring patients often. There's been no way to know what patients are actually doing ebbing this quite amazing. How can you make decisions on treatment and care if you don't know what the patients actually doing wonder home so yeah data. That's that's the key thing their mother. What's the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid all i would say right now. The biggest pitfall would be assuming that you can stop the tide in king kanoute here and saying oh no. We're going to keep doing things the way we do them. In institutional saturday. You're gonna get overwhelmed by a wave of older people in the whole systems in a breakdown. It has changed in just talked about how slow it is to change. I get it but we cannot keep doing what we're doing so the base to fall is saying how does this work before. We'll keep doing it again. We have to be receptive to change and you really pushing on implementing new ways of thinking that are quite radically different from what we've done today. How do you stay relevant as an organization despite constant change. I dependent conferences myself. I mean there's an awful lot of really good information coming out of the especially conferences so obviously given up on your journals and things like that. That's talking payton st paul watching what others are doing. Communication is key. There are august lots of accessible resources through the internet these days but i still find the face to face discussions with experts in the field or anywhere the idea e._s. spark off. What's one area focus that drives everything at your company full excessive ability to mention this idea that when we first started trying to use tablets.
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"Not intend to such envy, that on the waterfront quick, we promised that off to whip related fields will report to the Security Council of the legislature will consult the views of the lawmakers before we defiant on the step forward area, lamb speaking through an interpreter, hundreds of thousands of people at demonstrated in Hong Kong this week against the Bill. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. The Hong Kong government is backing down on China backed extradition, Bill at has triggered mass protests in Hong Kong, chief, executive Carrie Lam announced the decision to suspend consideration of the Bill at a press conference in Hong Kong, adding that she would not retract the Bill, but will work on improving and building popular. Support for the measure vice President Mike Pence was set to deliver a speech critical of China's human rights record on June fourth that was the anniversary of the TNN square massacre, that isn't tell Donald Trump stepped in Bloomberg has learned from several people familiar with the matter that the president delayed the speech to avoid upsetting Beijing ahead of potential meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping at the group of twenty meeting in Japan at the end of this month. Chewy which is controlled by PetSmart surged in its first day of trading up fifty nine percent. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. It raised one point zero two billion dollars in its initial public offering investors. Bet that pet owners will do more of their shopping online for everything from cat food to Dougie, sweaters, chui's shares did rise as much as eighty eight percent in their first hour of trading PetSmart acquired chewy and 2017 paying about three billion dollars for the company last year. Petsmart peg the value of chewy at four point four five billion dollars in private documents, share with investors, according to people with knowledge of those documents, Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg radio, Ivanka Trump took in nearly four million dollars in revenue last year from her part ownership of president Donald Trump's Washington hotel that's up slightly from year earlier financial disclosure released by the White House. Yesterday also shows her fashion business took in at least one million dollars..
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"People are dead one wounded a child. Okay after an apparent shootout involving an arguing couple and two men in a driveway to southeast Las Vegas home on silver, saddle street near eastern and east. The I it appears that the male in the female that were inside the car were having a domestic disturbance and parked in front of a residence. That is completely unrelated metro Lieutenant race Spencer says the couple got out of the car with the baby then the woman handed the baby to one of the men who was standing in the driveway of the home as the fight continued the first male pulled out a gun. That's when one of the men at the residents got a gun and a gun battle, ensued. Original man and woman were both shot and killed the man at the residence was wounded Nevada casinos again exceeded one billion dollars in winnings during March, but the figure was relatively unchanged compared with the same month a year ago, then about a gaming control board reported Thursday the casino gaming win. Statewide was one point zero. Two billion dollars last month. Whilst mega strip casinos accounted for more than half of that. Total MGM resorts international is an ounce day. I phase of layoffs in a cost cutting operational shift as it aims to boost earnings by twenty twenty the fifty four layoffs announced Thursday, we'll cut labor costs by one hundred million dollars Vegas Golden Knights general manager, George McPhee says the NHL reached out to the organization and admitted an error was made in game seven when refs called a five minute. Major on Cody Eakin in the league the retail. Did apologize. They made a mistake and sure they feel bad about it. They want to get things. Right. Like, we all want to get these right? On your. We're doing our jobs that call to a five minute power plan, which the San Jose Sharks. Scored four times taking the lead four three before eventually winning five four and overtime to end the Golden Knights season. The refs from the game will not be officiating any of the games in the second round of the playoffs. President Trump is sharing his thoughts on some of the democratic presidential candidates. President Trump is working some of the people seeking the democratic presidential nomination. Referred Oma sleepy. Joe? That's what he's calling Joe Biden about Bernie Sanders. I think he talks a lot doesn't get it done moving onto federal Rourke fading fast. There's no question about it. Well, he seemingly appeared about people who'd adjudge murder forum, but he's not gonna make it. That's not the case with Kamala Harris, I think she's got a little bit of a nasty with but met that might be at Trump shirts thoughts during a phone. Call into Sean Hannity's Fox News channel show last night. Man, small Washington on Wall Street. The Dow starts today at twenty six thousand four sixty two..
"zero two billion dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Morning of John Shaffer. Two people are dead one wounded and trout, okay. After an apparent shootout involving an arguing couple and two men in a driveway to southeast Las Vegas home on silver, saddle street near eastern d I it appears that the male in the female that were inside the car were having a domestic disturbance in park in front of a residence that is completely unrelated metro Lieutenant race Spencer says the couple got out of a car with a baby when the woman handed the baby to one of the men who was in the driveway of the home as the fight continued the first male pulled out a gun. That's when one of the men at the residents, also got a gun in a gun battle, ensued. The original man and woman were both shot and killed the man at the residence was wounded MGM resorts international is announced a first phase of layoffs in a cost cutting operational shift as it aims to boost earnings by twenty twenty the two hundred fifty four layoffs announced Thursday, we'll cut labor costs by one hundred million dollars company has some seventy. Seven thousand employees and is the largest employer in the Vada. A fifteen year old boy was arrested after being caught with a gun on the campus of chaparrals school Wednesday nine millimeter pistol was found in the student's backpack. A fellow student alerted school staff about the gun. He suspect student was charged with possession of a dangerous weapon on school grounds and minor in possession of a stolen gun casinos. Again exceeded one billion dollars in winnings. During March with the figure was relatively unchanged compared with the same month a year ago than about a gaming control board reported Thursday the casino gaming win. Statewide was one point zero two billion dollars last month. The Las Vegas strip casinos accounted for more than half of the total although house winnings. Their decreased almost four percent in the year to year comparison biggest both nights general manager. George McPhee is the NHL reached out to the organization and admitted an error was made in game seven when refs called a five minute. Major on Cody Eakin, the retail. Apologize. They made a mistake. Sure, they feel bad of over. They want to get things right late. We all want to get things, right? Who were doing their jobs that call it will five minute power plane, which the San Jose Sharks? Scored four times taking the lead four three before eventually winning five four in overtime to end the Golden Knights season. Two of the reps. From the game will not be officiating any of the games in the second round of the playoffs. On Wall Street. The Dow starts today twenty six thousand four sixty two.
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"You're listening to the best of mornings on the mall. Yes. Mercedes slap joins us now from the White House. The White House rector a strategic communications a lot to talk about mercy Mercedes good morning. That's hilarious. I hadn't heard that song in forever. But I think Matt used to sing it to me. So I the I'll I'll I'll I'll bring it back. The great lab. You're welcome. We will be property. This morning. I want to talk to you about a whole bunch of things. The White House has been a busy place in the last twenty four hours inviting some visitors over and cameras into the room for a big showdown between the president of the United States Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi interesting to watch by the way, as the democratic leaders were begging for the cameras to leave the room yesterday. But can you give us a sense like how much thought for the president goes into bringing the cameras into the negotiation? Or is that just like a spur of the moment thing where he says, you know, what, you know, Mercedes. Why don't you go get the cameras and have them come in here? Well, one thing about this president is he likes the this concept of transparency it's something that he stands by. And it's one of those things that he wanted to have the opportunity for the American people to see the obviously Nancy Pelosi, the democratic leader as well as Chuck Schumer, basically, sit there and talk about the first of all the successes that we've had which is the fact that we know that they're going to move forward on criminal Justice reform in the Senate, and which we think Mitch Mitch McConnell for something that's been important for the president. And as well, as we know we've gotten closer to signing the farm Bill, which is going to create security for our farmers. The third piece of this which is where we are looking to find agreement is on border security. And so this idea is that, you know, the president spoke he made it very clear that that is going to be his top priority. When it's to ensure that we have the needed funding and the needed resources for not only our men and women on the border for border patrol agents. But also to ensure that we fully fund ice, and that we're able to continue to build the wall. And so that's where the president is right now. This is we're in the process of the negotiation with the Democrats, I think for the democratic leaders they wanted to have like just the closed off conversation. But I think it's important for the American public to be aware of what the priorities are for this president and how we can move forward and hopefully find agreement with the Democrats, which obviously they don't seem to came to moving forward on the in the past. The president has has said, okay, I'm not going to get the funding, all sinus. But that's not what his base wanted. Suddenly now, he seems to have taken a hard line getting this funding. What change to make the president take a hard line now? Well, I think there is this reality right now that that that we do we've seen what has happened in the last few months when it comes to the caravan. You're seeing about the fact that we've had our border patrol agents. Basically, stop thousands of illegal aliens from crossing the border. We're at a point, for example, where you have about three thousand or four thousand of those of those migrants who are in Tijuana. I mean, there is a crisis on the border to add to that is the fact that we that. I mean, we have an overwhelmed immigration system. I mean, the mere fact is that we've seen border crossings come about nearby ninety percent in the last two months. That's that's just that's just a that's not that that won't work for our country. And so I think that and secretary said it this morning where he talked about the importance of border security is a national security issue. We are a nation of borders. We are a nation of laws, and we can't continue to allow what we're seeing as these loopholes, and the fact that we we need more resources. At the border to ensure that we're able to at least gain some control of what's happening down at the border and ensuring that we have the resources for award patrol agent Mercedes yesterday, the president's saying this when they got into a back and forth about who would take blame for the government shutdown. Here's the president. I will be the one to shut it down. I'm not gonna blame you for. All right. So he's just he's he's he's basically saying, look, this is my responsibility. And I'm gonna take it proudly because I think we need border security. I want to get from you a measure of how firm is he on this? If he doesn't get the the five billion dollars in border while funding is it government shutdown time. You know, I I know at this moment that they're looking to obviously negotiate with the Democrats negotiate obviously working with the Republicans to get this done. Even in the Senate version of the Bill, they're they're looking at a five five point zero two billion dollars in terms of funds for border security, including the wall that includes. Fully funding is technology and ensuring that we have the resources for for the border agents. So I think the key is here that for the president is that look he wants a better number and the question will be will the Democrats be willing to move in that direction at the end of the day. It's the Democrats who want the open borders, and they're they want with it. They're saying, well, let's just keep the government open while not solving this issue of the influx of illegal immigration. And I think at some point that just needs to stop. I mean, we need to realize that at the end of the day. It's it's it's Democrats responsibility. Because of the fact that they are they really have done nothing. I mean, they have done nothing in terms of ensuring that we get additional funds for border security, and I think that it will the burden will fall on them the president's willing to take that risk because he knows it's the right thing for the American people. It's the right thing for ensuring that we have. Safety for our communities, and I think that's where his goal is at. And that's what he's focused on last question for you. Here. It seemed yesterday Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi leaving that they were a bit rattled by the whole experience. Despite the fact that the press is treating it like they came out with like just mastered dominated Trump. That's not the perspective. I had but Nancy Pelosi comes out and she said she mocked the president's manhood yesterday. She said it's like a manhood thing for him as if manhood could ever be associated with him. What what's your reaction to like the leader? The Democrats saying look I was really disappointed in that comment. I mean, if it would be the Democrats, they'd call that sexist. You know, I think that at the she's obviously frustrated with the fact that she thought that they that they were going to move forward with what the Democrats had proposed with the one point six billion dollars. I think in terms of funding for the wall. You know, the president is wants to push and he wants to move the Democrats to say, look you're going to have to own this. We don't get the needed funds. You all are responsible for the open borders. You all are responsible for the influx of illegal aliens. And the fact that you have created a backlog, which impacts our legal immigration system. Democrats have done nothing to fix this problem. We have to move in a direction where at least on the border where we've seen this crisis that were able to to control controlling and we're doing we're doing as much as we can with our hands being tied behind our backs. Because of the fact that the Democrats have refused to close the legal the legal loopholes ending catch and release which would give our border security age. Agency authority to detain and remove illegal aliens and send them back to their countries. This is I mean, you're seeing a record number of even unaccompanied minors coming into the country. That's about a forty four percent increase from last year. This is a huge responsibility for the United States. And it's something that we need to work on to to ensure that that has stopped and we need to help with the Democrats to get there. But if they continue on this politics open borders, it really I think show that they have no interest in the national security component, which has again border security is national security Mercedes, ten seconds, the migrants have gone to the US consulate in Tijuana. And they said either we let them in or pay them fifty thousand dollars each and they'll go home. Are we gonna pay them fifty thousand dollars each to go home? I don't believe that's the case in any way. Checking the United States is a secretary Pompeii on secretary Nielsen are working with the Mexican government. The Mexican government has been very responsive to what are what the needs have been obviously, it's a very delicate. Negotiation. But again, we're in constant communication with the Mexican government to see how we can best buy dissolution. Yes to what also is overwhelming their country. The key is is that we want to make sure that these northern triangle countries, you know, they get foreign assistance from the unit from the United States that they are able to create stability in that in that region. And that's critical Mercedes as always I love how diplomatic you are with your. How are we going to pay them fifty thousand dollars ahead didn't? Thank you Mercedes..
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"Mercedes slap joins us now from the White House. The White House director at strategic communications a lot to talk about mercy Mercedes good morning. That's hilarious. I hadn't heard that song in forever. But I think Matt used to sing it to me. So I I'll I'll I'll I'll bring it back. The great slab. You're welcome. We cut that'd be appropriate this morning. I wanna talk to you about a whole bunch of things. The White House has been a busy place in the last twenty four hours inviting some visitors over and cameras into the room for a big showdown between the president of the United States Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi interesting to watch by the way, as the democratic leaders were begging for the cameras to leave the room yesterday. But can you give us a sense? Like does the how much thought for the president goes into bringing the cameras into the negotiation? Or is that just like a spur of the moment thing where he says, you know, what, you know, Mercedes. Why don't you go get the cameras and have them come in here? Well, one thing about this president is he likes the this concept of transparency it's something that he stands by. And it's one of those things that he wanted to have the opportunity for the American people to see the obviously Nancy Pelosi, the democratic leader as well as Chuck Schumer, basically, sit there and talk about the first of all the successes that we've had which is the fact that we know that they're going to move forward on criminal Justice reform in the Senate, and which we think Mitch Mitch McConnell something that's been important for the president. And as well, as we know we've gotten closer to signing the farm Bill, which is going to create security for our farmers. The third piece of this which is where we are looking to find agreement is on border security. And so this idea is that the president spoke he made it very clear that that is going to be his top priority. When it's to ensure that we have the needed funding and the needed resources for not only our men and women on the border for border patrol agents. But also to ensure that we fully fund is. And we're able to continue to build the wall. And so that's where the president is right now. This is we're in the process of the negotiation with the Democrats, I think for these democratic leaders they wanted to have like just the closed off conversation. But I think it's important for the American public to be aware of what the priorities are for this president and how we can move forward and hopefully find agreement with the Democrats, which obviously they don't seem to keen to moving forward on the in the past. The president has has said, okay, I'm not going to get the funding, all sinus. But that's not what his base wanted. Suddenly now, he seems to have taken a hard line on getting this funding. What changed to make the president take a hard line now? Well, I think there is this reality right now that that that we do we've seen what has happened in the last few months when it comes to the caravan. We are seeing about the fact that we've had. Our border patrol agents. Basically, stop thousands of illegal aliens from crossing the border. We're at a point, for example, where you have about three thousand or four thousand of those of those migrants who are in Tijuana. I mean, there is a crisis on the border to add to that is the fact that we that that I mean, we have an overwhelmed immigration system. I mean, the mere fact is is that we've seen border crossings come out about nearby ninety percent in the last two months. That's that's just that's just that's not that that won't work for our country. And so I think that secretary this morning where he talked about the importance of border security is a national security issue. We are a nation of borders. We are nation of laws, and we can't continue to allow what we're seeing as these loopholes, and the fact that we we need more resources at the border to ensure that we're able to at least gain some control. Of what's happening down at the border and ensuring that we have the resources for a border patrol agent Mercedes yesterday, the president saying this when the a back and forth about who would take blame for the government shutdown. Here's the president. I will be the one to shut it down. I'm not gonna blame you for. All right. So he's just he's he's he's basically saying, look, this is my responsibility. And I'm gonna take it proudly because I think we need border security. I I wanna get from you a measure of pow firm is he on this. If he doesn't get the the five billion dollars in border wall funding is it government shutdown time. You know, I know at this moment that they're looking to obviously negotiate with the Democrats negotiate obviously working with the Republicans to get this done. Even in the Senate version of the Bill, they're they're looking at a five five point zero two billion dollars in terms of funds for mortar security, including the wall. That includes fully funding is technology and ensuring that we have. Resources for for the border agents. So I think the key is here that for the president is that look he wants a better number. And we're the question will be will the Democrats be willing to move in that direction at the end of the day. It's the Democrats who want the open borders, and they're they want. They're saying, well, let's just keep the government open while not solving this issue of the influx of illegal immigration. And I think at some point that just needs to stop. I mean, we need to realize that at the end of the day. It's it's the Democrats responsibility. Because of the fact that they are are they really have done nothing. I mean, they have done nothing in terms of ensuring that we get additional funds for border security, and I think that it will the burden will fall on them the president's willing to take that risk because he knows it's the right thing for the American people. It's the right thing for insuring that we have safety for our communities, and I think that's where his goal is at and that's what he's focused on the last question for you. Here. It seemed yesterday Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi leaving that they were a bit rattled by the whole experience. Despite the fact that the press is treating it like they came out with like, just mastered and dominated Trump. That's not the perspective. I had but Nancy Pelosi comes out and she said she mocked the president's manhood yesterday. She said it's like a manhood thing for him. As if manhood could ever be associated with him. What what's your reaction to like, the leader of the Democrats saying look, I was really disappointed in that comment. I mean, it would be the Democrats they'd call that sexist. You know, I think that at the she's obviously frustrated with the fact that she thought that they that they were going to move forward with what the Democrats had proposed with the one point six billion dollars. I think in terms of funding for the wall. You know, the president is wants to push and he wants to move the Democrats to say, look you're going to have to own this. Yeah. We don't get the needed funds. You all are responsible for the open borders. You all are responsible for the influx of illegal aliens. And the fact that you have created a backlog, which impacts our legal immigration system. Democrats have done nothing to fix this problem. We have to move in a direction where at least on the border where we've seen this crisis that we're able to to control control, and we're doing we're doing as much as we can with our hands being tied behind our backs. Because of the fact that the Democrats have refused to close the legal the legal loopholes. I ending catch and release which would give our border security. Agency authority to detain and remove illegal aliens and send them back to their countries. This is I mean, you're seeing a record number of even unaccompanied minors coming into the country. That's about a forty four percent increase from last year. This is a huge responsibility for the United States. And it's something that we need to work on to to ensure that that is stopped and we need to help with the Democrats to get there. But if they continue on this politics of open borders, it really I think show that they have no interest in the national security component, which has again border security is national security Mercedes, ten seconds, the migrants have gone to the US consulate in Tijuana. And they said either we let them in or pay them fifty thousand dollars each and they'll go home. Are we gonna pay them fifty thousand dollars each to go home? I I don't believe that's the case in any way. Checking the United States is a secretary Pompeo secretary Nielsen are working with the Mexican government. The Mexican government has been very responsive to what are what the needs have been obviously, very delicate. Negotiation. But again, we're in constant communication with the Mexican government to see how we can best fi dissolution. Yes to what also is overwhelming their country. The key is is that we wanna make sure that these northern triangle countries, you know, they get foreign assistance from the unit from the United States that they are able to create stability in that in in that region. And that's critical Mercedes as always I love how diplomatic with your ass. How are we going to pay them fifty thousand dollars ahead? Well, you know, we're didn't publicly. Thank you Mercedes. Thank you for having us. All right Mary Christmas, eight forty five now,.
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"To have you. Thank you very much for being here with us. Glad to be with you. We have lots to talk about we just had a pretty simulating panel. Of course. But before we talk about policy and politics, obviously, this is also one of those unusual weeks. Washington has a turns out with a presidential funeral. So he tells about what what went through your mind when you heard the President Bush had passed away and how you're thinking about him this week. Well, he was a great role model for the whole country. And I thought it was great for the country. To celebrate him again. He as we all know in his post-presidency pretty much kept his mouth shut and stayed out of other other presidents that businesses. And so we had a chance to re live an extraordinary life, and nobody let a more than it. So it was a great celebration who chance for the public to witness. The greatest generation. It was the greatest of the greatest generation pretty safe to say that and. We all guard him I've been interested in the stories from reporters and others about the note writing everybody got a note from George Bush. My wife. Elaine who's here tonight. Guard president's cabinet. Notes. But it wasn't just people who might be useful to politically almost anybody. You know? And. He was indeed a great math. Does it does it? I mean, there's there's a certain arrogance thousand is one of those weeks in Washington where people are looking back debt, and it's easy to look back in the hazy globe, you were a young Senator during his presidential term. Do you think politics has changed that much in thirty years since he was president? When you look back though, it depends on the personality. Some people changed some Evan. A big country like ours over three hundred million people, we all come here with different backgrounds, different points of view, different personalities. My job is to try to make some music come out of that orchestra. And. It's endlessly challenging and fascinating. But the thing about Bush forty one everybody looked at him and said boy. I'm sure I can improve some things out doing because. When you compared yourself to him. You almost always came up short all he was a great role model for those office in public service and for everybody else, which is why I think it's great. The public is getting to tune into that again here in the next couple of days. Let's talk about some of your conducting right now, you're going to be soon while you're engaged already in the lame duck orchestras loc- a few issues that are on the table right now. So what start with spending? There's a big fight going on on border wall. Funding the house approved five billion, which the president wants the Senate one point six billion Democrats are calling it border security funding, but don't necessarily wall funding. How does this resolve? And how how serious is the shutdown risk well up I could send for reaching the end of this congress rather than just talking about what's left. Let's talk about what we did. About thirty four th year. Here's this. If you prefer America right of center, which people like do this has been the best two years. Thirty four years. I've been here. Comprehensive tax reform sixteen uses a congressional review act. We took a big chunk out of Dodd Frank. Lending more possible, but community banks credit unions to supreme court justices twenty nine circuit court judges fastest pace in history. If you're an American who likes the country right of center, you don't have a better two year period than this. But you started by touching on the unfounded unfinished business. It doesn't make big headlines, but we funded seventy five percent of the government before the end of the fiscal year for the first time in twenty years. So there's twenty five percent or. And that includes this sort of ongoing discussion over border security and. You know, my boss the president's out not anything. What surprise you any Eddie and Schumer and below zero to decide what they're going to do here. Because even though this is a Republican government. The Democrats are not irrelevant their, you know, a part of the governing process and discussions will have to come to a conclusion or we're gonna do it two weeks. They are Canadian government funding for another couple of weeks. Resolve that. Since America as we were listening to the discussion here. The Republican party is largely a rural and small town party. We have to finish the farm Bill. That's important. You said over the weekend that that looks like that I think we're getting very close on that. And remember the Senate and the personnel business about their over twelve hundred executive branch appointments that come to us for confirmation. We've done eighty five judges so far. There are thirty one more on the calendar, which means they're ready to be dealt with on the floor. I'm always putting at the front of the line lifetime upon the judiciary. Because I think that's the way we make the longest positive contribution to the country. I love the tax Bill, but I would remind everybody that. Daddy, six Dr format. Years when the political winds shift the first thing both sides do is look at the tax code again. And. I'd also like to remind people that period of Republican ascendance you've been pretty rare like a hundred years and only twenty one hundred years have my party had the White House the house and the Senate signed up. So we didn't want to squander this to your period. I don't think we did on judges. Yeah. That's a priority for us. It said you getting pushback from Senator flake how does that resolve in the next few weeks? Do you think? Those judges through can you can you work something there? Well, I hope it'll be resolved on the floor week on confirm what we have on the counter without him. All the vice-president then town of our request. Perplexed frankly by his pushing for Muller protection Bill. It has to problems wanted blatantly on constitutional number two the house would never pass it. And if the house did the president number sonnet, so attracts need is what I would call a futile gesture and we're hoping that. He'll change his view on that. But I believe we can confirm. The judges that are already out on the floor, which is how many out of the forty one is that we have thirty one out on the calendar. He he can refuse to. To approve some others that are in committee. One of them off. Is ramirez. Because we all have a one vote majority. But I think we'll get more judges before the end of the year, hopefully, a lot more and then one more sheet. It's hanging out there on that regard is criminal Justice, which you're getting a lot of heat on. You've got the president calling for this Bill while the Democrats supporting it there. There's a divide in your party. Are you these sticking point on this Bill? Well, I've got this much time. We've taken the Bush was gonna eat up most of this week. And the question is can you shoehorn? Things. That's extremely controversial into the remaining time. It does have a lot of support both democrat and Republican. It's extremely divisive inside the Senate Republican conference. In fact, there are more members in my conference who either against it are undecided, then for it. So. To say that given the way the Senate operates. This is one way to ten day Bill, and I've got two weeks. So I mean, it's very hard to figure out how to shoehorn it down. But we're going to discuss it and. I'm pretty confident given the broad support that has that it would pass next year in any of that. Because a lot of Democrats are for the Democrats have a house will be divided government. Again, interesting laid off the American people are always complaining about. You know, you don't get enough done. Buganjo all got along. And yet most of the time since World War Two they voted for divided government. They just did it again. Last month. So we have divided government. Again, it doesn't mean nothing. Why? But I think we will be looking for ways to try to advance the ball on some kind of bipartisan. I wanna talk about the next congress one last thing in the next few weeks. You don't think that there's much of a risk of a shutdown what kind of Oz? Would you certainly hope it never works? For anybody. Tries it just to refresh. Your memory Senator Schumer took us into shutdown last January over the DACA issue and suggested we negotiate Donald thank so. So I just sat there and within a day and a half. Eight. Because whoever's perceive is responsible for shutting down the government. The living hell out of the public and always bulls back. So when you say that it makes me think that there's a common understanding now. I don't think we'll get to that point. I think the president in my view is made a reasonable requests for border security five point zero two billion dollars. He and Schumer and Pelosi need to sit down and discuss. How to resolve the differences? And I don't see any reason why they can't believe they will. Right. We you just talk a bit about divided congress coming our way and that often being the norm. So tell us what you think as you. Look ahead. What can be accomplished? Between majority leader McConnell and presumably happen speaker Pelosi. Well, it's it's a three way deal here. And we'll we'll both. I think both sides will be looking for things to do together. Actually, we do a lot of things together all the time. And I'm not putting you all down. I don't call this fake news. But things that we do together tend not to be written about just to give you an example on the day that the week that we were having a big partisan shootout over all we passed an opioid Bill ninety nine to one we've passed a five year reauthorization of the FAA hadn't happened in twenty years. I'm also mentioned earlier wait funded seventy five percent of the government before the end of the fiscal year that hasn't happened in twenty years. There are plenty of things that we do. They're are good for the country on a bipartisan basis, but the bigger the vote the less interests s so those kinds of things we've done when we had an entirely Republican government with democratic hell those will continue in a time of divided government. But we have some big differences. I mean, some serious differences. You heard Donna refer to it. I mean, you got a significant number of new members of congress on the democratic side. We're self-professed socialist all. Well, you, but she also said she also said she thought at least with Nancy Pelosi that prudence would dictate doing things and passing bills more than for instance. Well, that's going to have you know, she's got her own party. Now. And. It'll be interesting to see us. He manages these eager beavers who've come come in. What advice would you give her for that having lived through that yourself? Well, we didn't have a freedom caucus in the Senate. So I think we pretty well. But it was a heck of a challenge for our speakers over in the house, and she has something. Canada that going on now and. My my my guest is her preference is gonna be to try to see what she can do on a bipartisan basis at the same time pass things that are part of their agenda knowing full well that. I'm not gonna take them up. Oh. So I think it'll be a mix of things that she thinks we can reach agreement on plus things that are sort of their agenda, for example, the. What I anticipate to be house Bill one, I think is probably going to be a blatantly unconstitutional. Effort to have the government, basically micromanage away, we had elections to give you an example. That's not positive about that. That's not gonna go anywhere in the Senate on the other hand, everybody talks about infrastructre. Now, we all know the country's desperately in need of infrastructure improvement. It always sort of runs. Over the issue. How you're gonna pay for it. But if we're going to be serious about infrastructure will we'll have to agree to some kind of credible way to pay for it. Right. You are. And you're open to that. It sounds. I think we have to know..
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"Annual budget Mathworks The cost was so high that despite the insistence of the left and the nurses, union a democrat in the California assembly shelved the. Proposal so, now Gavin Newsom as resurrecting. It but this is how crazy it's gotten on the left, coast his madness family out in California And they. Go from tax the chew sits to tax -fornia I lived, in Massachusetts now they're out to The taxes can't. Be high enough to cover all this healthcare in. This state is the biggest driver of unfunded retirement benefits it's, a driver of a lot. Of a cost tuition is packed it. By the costs of employment personnel costs which is impacted by healthcare it's. The issue that animates most voters. I talked to still. Even this post-obamacare world It animates most voters most. Voters are are ignorant enough he thinks to think that it's, all it's all going to. Add up the math is going to. Work what kind of math did he learn This must have. Been that new math four hundred. Billion dollars a year and by the way you think the sanctuary state. Policies attract illegal immigrants to California. New Gingrich's exactly right imagine the magnet That. You, create. With this benefit Remember remember all the, people who are advocating, for amnesty a, few years back like in Marco. Rubio. Legals would never, get ObamaCare no now, in, California, they'll, get, state-funded. Healthcare eight five five forty Laura? What do y'all think about this this and this is. Where the democrat party is, going it's the party of abortion, illegal immigrants and free college tuition. And I guess maybe transgender rights I don't know what. Else there for black, lives matter I guess you know, keep your identity politics thing going but I don't understand, what their their actual policies are except legislate that everything is free. And figure out the math. Later it just makes no sense just to give you a thumbnail sketch on how this is affecting our largest state are most populous state in the nation In California today there are four point one two million illegal immigrants Okay that's according to the. Migration policy institute. Illegal immigration cost California thirty billion dollars a year. That's seventeen point seven percent, of the state budget That's according to the federation for. American Immigration Reform. And other information from Pew Research Annual cost of illegal immigration to America all states right. Now, is between one hundred and thirty five and one hundred and forty billion, dollars, now the advocates for more of. An open borders approach to things would say yeah but they pay all these taxes how many of you think the illegal immigrants pay? More taxes in taxes than they get? In benefits by any stretch of the imagination how do you get to that point The benefits right now for legal immigrants in California of course they can get driver's? Licenses they can get some medical services Public schooling and other public services Not bad And we'll public school that's across, the country You know it's the supreme court ruling the kids are we're obligated to pay for the education of illegal immigrants Governor Jerry, Brown signed that law that, in that, implemented automatic voter registration of. Motorists who obtain or renew a driver's license which leads a lot of Voter fraud experts to, say well wait a second Is there any concern that illegals will be voting in California if there is a, motor-voter in place which there is, by the way eight hundred six thousand undocumented immigrants aka illegal aliens had California. Driver's licenses in two thousand sixteen eight hundred thousand get your mind wrapped around that fact. That. That's just the ones who, have, driver's licenses okay So California already through medical that's? The medic for California gives complete healthcare coverage. To illegal immigrants under the age of nineteen that's again the state's Medicaid. Program illegal aliens withdrew roughly two point two eight billion. Dollars from Medicaid and California and cost roughly one point three billion dollars in -mergency services. At hospitals now you add those two. Figures up and what do. We have four point zero two billion dollars a year that's? The hard cost of healthcare services to illegal aliens four billion dollars you, couldn't fix, any roads for that, four billion dollars you couldn't hire some better teachers and some offer some more. Computer classes and schools are there's nothing we could do with it they don't need that. Money Clearly that four dollars Of course Gavin Newsom said he would grant universal healthcare to all illegal aliens not, just the young people but. To all through death But this this is, one, step toward, voting you do understand that as the closer, you get, to just being Benny you're just like a citizen for everything except you know Bama bide said, that a piece of paper Why not allow them to vote if, you get free healthcare if, you get free schooling if you get driver's. Licenses if you pretty much know you're not gonna be deported maybe there's. A one percent chance less than one, percent, chance if, you're just paying you're paying some taxes and Go to work and you kind of lead. A quiet life you're, probably not get deported so The argument? I think would be especially young people would say, well wait, a second why, can't we vote we already have members of. The California bar lawyers illegal. Immigrants So why? Is any of this surprising that we've gone in, this direction They have developed their own political, power base within the state. And if they can do this, to Texas they'll do it to Texas, they. Wanna do it to Texas and of course to Arizona New Mexico Colorado's Now the political landscape has changed because of both immigration legal and illegal. And it's fine if people. Vote for this and this is what they want but you. Just got the sense that people people want, an orderly legal process of. People who come here on a, merit based system that's what most people, want There's actually a loophole by the way that exists in. California to get food stamps Okay Families with undocumented. Immigrants this is in a California food stamp eligibility. Regulations you could get this. Online Okay so someone writes. In a question they say I am? Undocumented. But my children are. Citizens because we have birthright citizenship can I get. Food.
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"Station katie wwl news time eight o'clock good morning i'm john shafer with his hour's top stories three people were injured in a house fire early this morning it happened near a silverado ranch and spencer street a man and woman were inside that home and the fire broke out just after midnight neighbors helped rescue the woman who was wheelchairbound but they were unable to reach the man on the second floor he was rescued by firefighters but it suffered life threatening injuries the wheelchair bound woman and a neighbor were both hospitalized for smoking elation federal charges have been filed against four ms thirteen street gang members who are allegedly responsible for ten murders during the last year in and around las vegas interim us attorney del eliason announced wednesday that the four men face a number of charges they're all from el salvador and range in age from nineteen to twenty four elaine wind says she told the general council of las vegasbased wynn resorts back in two thousand nine that she had received information alleging inappropriate behavior from steve wynn years earlier entre received information alleging damage the hotel her comments came during a hearing in a years long civil case involving her her ex husband and wind resorts in a statement released wednesday by win resorts legal counsel kim sinatra she denied that elaine whenever told her that steve wynn raped and employees nevada casinos continue to winning streak in february topping the one billion dollar mark and gambling revenues for the second month in a row a state gaming control board reported the one point zero two billion dollars that casinos statewide earned from gamblers amounted to a seven point seven percent increase compared with the same month in two thousand seventeen casinos on the las vegas strip log winnings of more than six hundred three million dollars for the month up more than eleven percent from a year earlier there's no definitive agenda yet for plant april meeting between the leaders of north and south korea north korea's diplomatic outreach comes after an unusually provocative year and conducted its most powerful nuclear test today and test launch three intercontinental ballistic missiles designed to target the us mainland over the past two decades north korea's has been repeatedly accused of using disarmament talks as a.
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"One point eight seven billion dollars of the estimate was for one point five eight billion dollars to that is upbeat on the adjusted net number thirdquarter debt tearing twenty eight point four percent thirdquarter net debt coming in at thirty nine point eight billion dollars and third quarter cash flow from operations at six point zero two billion dollars also bp will be recommence saying a share by back program this cruel chester that deafened me a stop to watch with that beach one third quarter adjusted net and the buyback line perhaps we might see gains on bp at the open nakas let's also look at the wpp advertising giant that's another company reporting this morning it sees broadly flat full year likeforlike revenues third quarter revenues coming in here 3point cease three point six five billion pounds while and live like nick net sales are falling by one point one percent wpp sees fullyear headline that cells operating margin flats in constant f x of rights so that just coming in from wpp on tour our top stories then and let's start in the us the federal investigation into whether the trump campaign colluded with russia has taken a major turn with three people being charged president trump's former campaign chief and associate who worked on the inauguration and an x foreign policy advisor are accused of money laundering conspiracy lying to authorities and other crimes paul manafort amrik gates denied the charges in washington federal court but authorities say george papadopoulos secretly pleaded guilty weeks ago and has been cooperating for white was a quick to try to distance the president for all be inquiry saying it has nothing to do with the administration on that there is hope that the investigation will wrap up soon white house chief of staff john kelly spoke to fox news.
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"Hundred nine three six v three three 48 a canadian man accused of stabbing a police officer at the airport in flint michigan has appeared in federal court the fbi says the man stabbed lieutenant jeff nettle with a large knife declared allah akhbar nablus in stable condition fbi special agent charge david guilio swear investigating this incident today that happened that about nine forty five this this morning as an act of terrorism kelly says the suspect the stabbing of an airport police officers from canada we have a just filed a complaint charging an individual by the name of a more to we he's a fifty yearold a resident of canada who legally entered the unite added states and lake champlain new york on june sixteen and made his way to flint montreal police say officers with their department are assisting the royal canadian mounted police in search of an apartment in the man's city breaking news analysis atanov aqab that ex is reported fiscal fourth quarter net income of one point zero two billion dollars after reporting a loss in the same purity earlier the memphis tennessee these companies says it had profit of three dollars seventy five cents per share earnings adjusted joseph for nonrecurrent costs came to four dollars and twenty five cents per share the results exceeded wall street expectations vettix posted revenue of fifteen point seventy three billion dollars in the period which also top street forecasts spotted jerry house for the year the company reported a profit of three billion a federal judge in delaware has blocked utahbased nuclear waste disposal company from buying a texasbased competitor the judge wednesday ruled in favor of the us justice department in an antitrust lawsuit aimed at blocking salt lake citybased energy solutions plan three to sixty seven milliondollar acquisition of rival waste control specialist based in dallas the governor argue that the proposed acquisition would lead to higher prices more these stories a town although comma patrick vase if you're over the age of fifty and considering buying.