Head of state’s republican party questioning padlocks on ballot boxes


AS OF MONDAY THERE WERE 23,000
BALLOTS INITIALLY CAST FOR
INDEPENDENTS, THEIR SECOND
CHOICE IS LEFT A PROCESS IN THE
RACE FOR MAINE’S 2ND
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. BEFORE THE REALLOCATING OF
SECOND CHOICES INCUMBENT
REPUBLICAN REPRESENTATIVE BRUCE
POLIQUIN HAD A 1900 VOTE LEAD
OVER DEMOCRAT JARED GOLDEN. BUT ON SATURDAY THE CAMPAIGN FOR
REPRESENTATIVE POLIQUIN CLAIMED
THE CONGRESSMAN HAD WON A THIRD
TERM AND CAST CONCERNS ABOUT THE
HANDLING OF BALLOTS. THAT WAS THEN BACKED BY MAINE’S
REPUBLICAN PARTY, WHO SAY THESE
PHOTOS SHOW A LACK OF PADLOCKS
ON BALLOT BOXES. SECRETARY OF STATE MATTHEW
DUNLAP SAYS THAT WHILE SOME
BOXES WERE UNLOCKED, ALL OF THEM
HAD THESE METALLIC SEALS
PROTECTING THE BOXES.>>IT IS MADE OUT OF METAL. IF I WERE TO PUSH IT ALL THE WAY
IN, I COULD NOT GET IT BACK OUT
UNLESS I CUT IT. MARY CATE: THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
IS ALSO ASKING AN EMPLOYEE
INVOLVED IN BALLOT COUNTING TO
BE REASSIGNED BECAUSE HE HAD
LIKED TWEETS SHOWING SUPPORT FOR
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE JARED GOLDEN.>>THEN THE ALLEGATION WILL BE
SINCE YOU’VE ASSIGNED HIM YOU
MUST THINK THERE IS SOMETHING
WRONG. NOW THAT COLORS THE WORK THEY
HAVE ALREADY DONE. I’M NOT GOING TO PLAY THAT GAME. MARY CATE: SECRETARY OF STATE
DUNLAP BLASTED THE CLAIMS WHICH
HE SAYS COULD UNDERMINE
CONFIDENCE IN THE VOTING SYSTEM.>>WE PLAY EVERYTHING STRAIGHT. WE ARE ABOVEBOARD AND
TRANSPARENT. WE ARE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY
QUESTIONS. THERE ARE ATTORNEYS FOR BOTH
SIDES. THE ATTORNEYS HAVE NOT ASKED
THESE QUESTIONS. MARY CATE: TODAY GOLDEN’S
CAMPAIGN MANAGER SAYS THAT THEY
CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE
TABULATION PROCESS AND SAY ANY
INQUIRIES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED BY
THE SECRETARY OF STATE’S OFFICE. THIS IS AS SECRETARY OF STATE
DUNLAP SAYS HE HAS YET TO GET
ANY FORMAL COMPLAINTS.>>I’M PRETTY SURE THE MAINE
REPUBLICAN PARTY HAS OUR PHONE
NUMBER. MARY CATE: THE FINAL RES

Pompeo on disaster relief in Bahamas, peace talks with the Taliban


>>Chris: DAVID SPUN REPORTING FROM THE WHITE HOUSE, THANK YOU. JOINING US NOT TO DISCUSS ALL OF THIS AND MORE, SECRETARY OF STATE MIKE POMPEO. WELCOME BACK TO FOX OR SUNDAY.>>Secretary Pompeo: IT’S GREAT TO BE BACK ON, THANKS FOR HAVING ME ON THE SHOW THIS MORNING.>>Chris: LET’S START WITH THE PRESIDENT ‘S TWEET LATE LAST NIGHT THAT HE HAS CALLED OFF THE MEETING, CANCELED THE MEETING WITH THE TALIBAN THAT WAS TO BE HELD AT CAMP DAVID TODAY, A SECRET MEETING, THAT HE HAS CALLED OFF ALL PEACE TALKS, NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE TALIBAN. WHERE DOES THAT LEAVE THE PLAN TO BEGIN TO PULL U.S. TROOPS OUT OF AFGHANISTAN?>>Secretary Pompeo: CHRIS, REMEMBER THE PRINCIPLES, PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS MADE CLEAR HE WANTS TO REDUCE RISKS TO AMERICANS. IF YOU SHOW THE PICTURES LAST NIGHT FROM THE DIGNIFIED TRANSFER, THE REMAINS OF SERGEANT FIRST CLASS, I WAS OUT THERE WITH HIS FAMILY. IT’S A REMINDER TO ALL OF US THE ENORMOUS COST AND SACRIFICE THESE HEROES MAKE FOR US EACH AND EVERY DAY. PRESIDENT TRUMP IS TRYING TO REDUCE THAT RISK. AT THE SAME TIME, IS COMMITTED TO MAKING SURE WE REDUCE THE RISK THAT TERROR SHOULD EVER STRIKE THE UNITED STATES FROM AFGHANISTAN AGAIN SO WE’VE BEEN WORKING FOR MONTHS FOR PEACE AND RECONCILIATION DEAL. WE’VE BEEN WORKING WITH THE AFGHAN GOVERNMENT, WORKING WITH OTHER AFGHAN LEADERS, WORKING WITH THE TALIBAN TO TRY AND REDUCE THE LEVEL OF VIOLENCE TO COMMENCE — YOU WOULD KNOW THIS WELL, TRYING TO GET THE AFGHANS TO TALK TO EACH OTHER, BASIC IDEA FOR ALMOST TWO DECADES NOW AND WE HAVE THE TALIBAN’S COMMITMENT TO DO THAT. WE HAVE A COMMITMENT BREAK FROM AL QAEDA PUBLICLY AND THEY WOULD HONESTLY HAVE TO DELIVER ON THAT COMMITMENT. SO WE’VE MADE REAL PROGRESS, BUT IN THE END, THE TALIBAN OVERREACHED. THEY FORGOT THAT AMERICA IS ALWAYS GOING TO PROTECT — THE COMMANDER RESOLUTE SUPPORT AND THE NATO FORCES THERE ARE STILL AT THIS HEART. KILLED OVER A THOUSAND TALIBAN JUST IN THE LAST TEN DAYS. WHILE THIS ISN’T A WAR OF ATTRITION, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW WHO WILL CONTINUE TO APPLY THE APPROPRIATE PRESSURE TO MAKE SURE WE ARE NEVER STRUCK WITH TERROR AGAIN FROM AFGHANISTAN.>>Chris: ARE THE TALKS AND ARE DEAD AND WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO RESTART THEM?>>Secretary Pompeo: FOR THE TIME BEING THEY ARE. WE’VE RECALLED THE AMBASSADOR TO COME BACK TO WASHINGTON SO THAT WE CAN BEGIN TO THINK THROUGH HOW WE WOULD CHART THE PATH FORWARD AND I THINK — ALTHOUGH THE PRESIDENT HASN’T MADE A FINAL DECISION, WHAT THEY DID HERE WAS THEY TRIED TO USE TERROR TO IMPROVE THEIR NEGOTIATING POSITION AND I THINK ANYONE WHO WAS OBSERVED PRESIDENT TRUMP KNOWS WHETHER IT WAS IN HANOI WITH NORTH KOREA OR WHETHER IT’S BEEN AND HOW WE RESPONDED WHEN THE CHINESE RENEGED ON THEIR COMMITMENT TO THE TRADE DEAL, IN THE COURSE OF CONVERSATION BUT WE ARE TRYING TO IMPROVE BOTH TEAM’S OUTCOMES THROUGH A NEGOTIATED SOLUTION. IF THE OTHER TEAM COMMITS AN ACT THAT’S INCONSISTENT, PRESIDENT TRUMP IS NOT GOING TO TAKE THAT DEAL. HE’S NOT GOING TO TAKE A BAD DEAL. WE’RE LOOKING FOR MORE THAN WORDS ON PAPER. WERE LOOKING FOR REAL COMMITMENT AND THE TALIBAN DEMONSTRATED THAT EITHER THEY WEREN’T WILLING TO WORK COULDN’T LIVE UP TO THE COMMITMENT THEY NEEDED TO MAKE TO REDUCE VIOLENCE THERE.>>Chris: ‘S OF THE TALKS ARE OFTEN DEFINITELY?>>Secretary Pompeo: I HOPE WE GET THEM STARTED BACK. IT WILL ULTIMATELY BE UP TO THE TALIBAN BURIED THEY HAVE GOT TO DEMONSTRATE THAT THEY ARE PREPARED TO DO THE THINGS THAT WE ASK THEM TO DO IN THE COURSE OF THE NEGOTIATION.>>Chris: BUT THE TALIBAN, AS DAVID JUST REPORTED, HAS JUST COME OUT OF OUT OF THE ST COME OUT OF OUT OF THE SM COME OUT OF OUT OF THE S->>Secretary Pompeo: A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE — THOSE WORDS — COOLER HEADS I HOPE WILL PREVAIL. I DIDN’T SEE THE FULL STATEMENT, I DON’T KNOW ITS CONTEXT, I DON’T KNOW PRECISELY ISSUED IT. THE TALIBAN IS NOT MONOLITHIC.>>Chris: LET ME JUST — THEY SAID AMERICANS WILL SUFFER MORE THAN ANYONE ELSE AND THAT THIS WILL RESULT IN THE DEATH OF MORE AMERICAN TROOPS.>>Secretary Pompeo: I HOPE THAT’S NOT THE CASE. WE DON’T WANT ANY LOSS OF AMERICAN LIFE. KNOW THIS, KNOW THAT OUR DEPARTMENT DEFENDS — GENERAL MILLER HAVE THE FULL AUTHORITY TO DO WITH A NEED TO DO TO PROTECT AMERICAN SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIR FORCE FOLKS WORKING THE AREA AND DO EVERYTHING THEY NEED TO DO TO PREVENT A TERROR ATTACK FROM EVER COMING BACK TO THE UNITED STATES AS IT DID NOW ALMOST 18 YEARS AGO.>>Chris: I WANT TO GET TO THE BIGGER QUESTION. WHO THOUGHT IT WAS A GOOD IDEA FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES — YOU HAD AN AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE ALREADY, YOU’RE ON FIVE WITH TALIBAN LEADERS, FINE, WHO THOUGHT IT WAS A GOOD IDEA FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO MEET WITH TALIBAN LEADERS WHO HAVE THE BLOOD OF THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS ON THEIR HANDS JUST THREE DAYS BEFORE 9/11?>>Secretary Pompeo: WE KNOW THE HISTORY OF CAMP DAVID. WE REFLECTED ON THAT AS WE WERE THINKING ABOUT HOW TO DELIVER FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. SO AS WE CONSIDER THE RIGHT PATH FORWARD — YOUR POINT ABOUT AN AGREEMENT IMPOSSIBLE, I THINK THAT’S TRUE. STILL LOTS OF IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES, LOTS OF TECHNICAL ISSUES THAT NEEDED TO BE WORKED ON EVEN THOUGH WE’VE BEEN DOING THIS FOR MONTHS, PRESIDENT TRUMP ULTIMATELY MADE THE DECISION — HE SAID I WANT TO TALK TO THE PRESIDENT. I WANT TO TALK TO THE TALIBAN NEGOTIATORS. I WANT TO LOOK THEM IN THE EYE, I WANT TO SEE IF WE CAN GET TO THE FINAL OUTCOME THAT WE NEEDED SO THAT WE COULD SIGNOFF A DEAL, SO WE FOUND THAT ARRANGEMENT ACCEPTABLE, THAT THE VERIFICATION WAS ADEQUATE AND WE CONCLUDED THIS WAS A PERFECTLY APPROPRIATE PLACE. YOU KNOW THE HISTORY OF CAMP DAVID. LOTS OF BAD FOLKS HAVE COME THROUGH THAT PLACE, THERE HAVE BEEN LOTS OF PEACE NEGOTIATIONS TAKING PLACE. IT’S ALL MOST ALWAYS THE CASE, CHRIS, THAT YOU DON’T GET TO NEGOTIATE WITH GOOD GUYS. THE REASON YOU’RE IN NEGOTIATIONS, TO END WARS, TO END CONFLICTS, TO END VIOLENCE, TO REDUCE RISK TO THE IRAQI PEOPLE, IS ALMOST ALWAYS BECAUSE THE PERSON ACROSS THE TABLE ISN’T EXACTLY THE FINEST.>>Chris: I UNDERSTAND — I DON’T WANT TO PRESS THE POINT TOO MUCH, BUT YASSER ARAFAT WAS THERE AND OBVIOUSLY HE WAS RESPONSIBLE THE PALESTINIAN LIBERALIZATION, THE DEATH OF MANY PEOPLE.>>Secretary Pompeo: MANY AMERICANS.>>Chris: BUT THE TALIBAN HAS THE DEATHS OF THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS JUST THREE DAYS BEFORE 9/11. NO CONCERNS ABOUT THAT? AND I GUESS MY QUESTION IS — YOU KNOW, I CAN UNDERSTAND THE ENVOY TALKING, WHAT IS THE PRESIDENT HAVE TO CONFIRM THAT STATUS ON THEM?>>Secretary Pompeo: PRESIDENT TRUMP WAS VERY CLEAR. HE WANTED TO MAKE SURE WE GOT TO THE RIGHT PLACE. HE HAS ALWAYS BEEN SOMEONE — I’VE OBSERVED IS NOT FOR MY ENTIRE TIME WERE CONFIRM AS CIA DIRECTOR AND NOW SECRETARY OF STATE, HE IS WILLING TO TAKE RISKS. IF HE BELIEVES HE CAN DELIVER AN OUTCOME FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, HE WAS HOPEFUL THAT THIS CONVERSATION WOULD LEAD — WE’VE BEEN AT THIS NOW ALMOST TWO DECADES. $30 BILLION A YEAR AND WE’VE GOT TERROR RISKS ALL ACROSS THE WORLD, NOT JUST IN AFGHANISTAN. WE’VE GOT TO MAKE SURE WE HAVE THE FORCES POSTURED RIGHT ALL ACROSS THE WORLD. WE SOMETIMES SINGULARLY FOCUSED ON AFGHANISTAN BECAUSE OF ITS DEEP HISTORY AND DEEP CONNECTION WHAT THEY DID ON 9/11 THAT STILL ANGERS ME TO THIS VERY MOMENT, WITH GOT TO MAKE SURE WE GET IT RIGHT AND OUR EFFORTS OVER THE LAST MONTH HAVE BEEN TO DO THAT. PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS BEEN VERY CLEAR ABOUT OUR MISSION SET AND I HOPE WE WILL GET THE OPPORTUNITY TO CONTINUE TO HAVE DOWN THAT PATH SO WE CAN GET THE REDUCTION IN VIOLENCE AND WE CAN GET THE TALIBAN TO MAKE A COMMITMENT AND THEN LIVE UP WITH HER TO BREAK WITH AL QAEDA AND WE CAN GET THEM BACK AT THE NEGOTIATING TABLE WITH THEIR AFGHAN BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO REDUCE THE LEVEL OF VIOLENCE THERE.>>Chris: IRAN JUST ANNOUNCED THAT IT IS GOING TO USE ADVANCED CENTRIFUGES THAT WILL ALLOW IT TO ENRICH URANIUM FASTER. THIS IS AT LEAST THE THIRD — I DON’T HAVE TO TELL YOU, THE THIRD VIOLATION OF THE NUCLEAR DEAL THAT THEY HAVE MADE IN RECENT MONTHS. ALL OF THESE ARE SHORTENING THE TIME THAT IRAN WOULD NEED TO BUILD AN ATOMIC — NUCLEAR WEAPON TO LESS THAN A YEAR. IS THE THREAT OF A NUCLEAR IRAN INCREASING, AND GIVEN THE FACT U.S. SANCTIONS HAVE HAMMERED THE ECONOMY BUT THEY ARE NOT STOPPING IRAN IN THIS AREA, WHAT’S THE U.S. GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?>>Secretary Pompeo: WE HOPE THE WHOLE WORLD WILL JOIN US. PRESIDENT TRUMP IS BEEN VERY CLEAR, IRAN WON’T HAVE A NUCLEAR WEAPON ON OUR WATCH. WE WILL STOP IT. HE’S MADE CLEAR WE ARE PREPARED TO DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO ENSURE THAT THAT’S THE CASE. THE CHALLENGE IS OF COURSE WE CAME IN AFTER THE PREVISIT ADMINISTRATION HAD GIVEN THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC — AYATOLLAH, GIVEN HIM BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN ECONOMIC WEALTH WITH WHICH TO BUILD THESE VERY PROGRAMS AND AS YOU SEE, CHRIS, THEY CAN TURN THEM BACK ON LIKE THAT. ONE OF THE CENTRAL FAILURES OF THE JCPOA IS WHATEVER IT LIMITS THEIR WORK COULD BE TURNED BACK ON IN A MINUTE. WE SEE THIS. THEY MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT, THE NEXT THING YOU KNOW THEY ARE SPENDING CENTRIFUGES, HIGHER AND HIGHER ENRICHMENT RATES. THIS IS A CRAZY’S FAILED DEAL. OUR APPROACH IS BEEN VERY DIFFERENT, BUILD OUT ALLIANCES WITH THE GULF STATES, WITH ISRAEL, WITH ALL THE PARTNERS ON THE WORLD WHO UNDERSTAND THE THREAT OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS INSIDE OF THE MIDDLE EAST, INSIDE OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN AND TO REDUCE THE CAPACITY TO EXECUTE THAT, AND WE’VE DONE IT. IF WE CAN SEE IT WITH HEZBOLLAH. THEY HAVE FEWER RESOURCES. WE CAN SEE IT WITH THE MILITIAS IN IRAQ, THEY ARE SCRAMBLING FOR RESOURCES. WE THINK THE IRANIAN GOVERNMENT WILL SHRINK, THEIR GDP WILL SHRINK BY AS MUCH AS 12 OR 14% THIS YEAR. THIS WILL REDUCE THEIR CAPACITY TO PURCHASE THE THINGS THEY NEED, THE EQUIPMENT THEY NEED, THE MATERIALS THEY NEED TO INFLICT TERROR AROUND THE WORLD. IF THAT’S PRESIDENT TRUMP’S APPROACH. I THINK WE’VE BEEN VERY SUCCESSFUL SO FAR. TO BE ONE PRESIDENT TRUMP TALKS ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF MEETING WITH IRANIAN PRESIDENT, POSSIBLY AT THE U.N. GENERAL ASSEMBLY LATER THIS MONTH, HERE HE IS.>>THERE INFLATION IS AT A NUMBER THAT FEW PEOPLE HAVE EVER SEEN INFLATION AT. AND IT’S A VERY SAD SITUATION. THEY COULD SOLVE IT VERY QUICKLY, WE COULD SOLVE IT IN 24 HOURS, BUT WE WILL SEE WHAT HAPPENS.>>Chris: BUT HE SAYS NO MEETING UNTIL ALL U.S. SANCTIONS ARE LIFTED FIRST AND PRESIDENT TRUMP SAYS THERE’S NO WAY THAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN. WHAT DO YOU PUT THE ODDS OF ERIC TRUMP SUMMIT THIS MONTH AT THE U.N.?>>Secretary Pompeo: I WILL LEAVE THAT TO THE FOLKS IN VEGAS. HERE’S HOW I KNOW WE WILL THINK ABOUT IT. PRESIDENT TRUMP WILL THINK ABOUT WHETHER IT’S APPROPRIATE TO MEET BASED ON WHETHER HE THINKS WE CAN GET AN IMPROVED OUTCOME FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. HE HAS SAID HE WOULD MEET WITH HIM WITH NO PRECEDING P HIM WITH NO PRECEDING E HIM WITH NO PRECEDING O HIM WITH NO PRECEDING D HIM WITH NO PRECEDING T HIM WITH NO PRECEDING O HIM WITH NO PRECEDING S HIM WITH NO PRECEDING . END OF THE TUBES AND FROZE INSIDE THE GOVERNMENT. THERE ARE THOSE WHO THINK IT’S WIDE TO MEET, THOSE WHO CAN THINK IT WAS JUST KILL PEOPLE ON THE WORLD. MAKING SURE WE DO ALL WE CAN TO MAKE SURE THOSE THAT UNDERSTAND OF THE REVOLUTIONARY NATURE OF THE REGIME IS ON ACCEPTABLE AND THEY CUT OR CHANGE THE BEHAVIOR AND THAT AMERICA WILL NEVER PERMIT THEM TO HAVE A NUCLEAR WEAPON. THOSE INSIDE OF IRAN THAT UNDERSTAND THAT AND I THINK THE MAJORITY OF IRANIAN PEOPLE AS WELL. THOSE OF THE FOLKS THAT WE WANT TO TALK TO SO WE ULTIMATELY GET THE RIGHT OUTCOME. WE WANT A SUCCESSFUL IRAN. WE WANT THEM TO BE PART OF THE COMMUNITY OF NATIONS. YOU CAN’T DO THAT WHEN YOU’RE BUILDING MUSCLES THAT THREATEN EUROPE, THREATEN ISRAEL, AND BUILDING UP SYSTEMS THAT COULD ULTIMATELY CREATE A NUCLEAR WEAPON.>>Chris: FINALLY, YOU SPOKE AT KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY ON FRIDAY, WHICH DID NOT EXACTLY DAMPEN SPECULATION THAT YOU MIGHT RUN FOR THE SENATE NEXT YEAR. WHICH IS BEEN OBVIOUSLY TALKED ABOUT. IN FACT, JERRY MORAN, THE OTHER SENATOR, NOT THE SEAT THAT YOU WOULD BE GOING FOR POTENTIALLY, HAD TALKED ABOUT THE PROSPECTS OF YOU RUNNING THE OTHER DAY. HERE HE IS.>>WOULDN’T BE SURPRISED THAT HE WOULD ENTER THAT RACE AND I THINK YOU WOULD BE A GOOD, SOLID CANDIDATE THAT WOULD HAVE A LOT OF SUPPORT IN KANSAS.>>Chris: ‘S TO HAVE MORAN’S ENDORSEMENT. SOMEONE SAID THE OTHER DAY THAT YOU HAVE GONE RECENTLY FROM NO TO NO COMMENT. YOU CERTAINLY ARE NOT SHUTTING THE DOOR.>>Secretary Pompeo: THAT WAS VERY KIND OF THE SENATOR. I APPRECIATE THE VOTE OF CONFIDENCE AND I KNOW HE WAS TRYING TO BE INCREDIBLY HELPFUL, AS WAS SENATOR McCONNELL VARIED>>Chris: HE SAYS ARE HIS NUMBER ONE CHOICE.>>Secretary Pompeo: LET’S BE CLEAR, I’VE GIVEN US A MESSAGE FOR THE ENTIRE TIME UP AND ASK ABOUT THIS. THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO ARE ASKING ABOUT THIS OR FOLKS LIKE YOU, AND THAT’S JUST FINE. I’M FOCUSED ON WHAT I’M DOING EVERYDAY, SO LONG AS PRESIDENT TRUMP WANTS ME TO BE HIS SECRETARY, THAT’S WHAT I’M INTENT UPON. I’VE GIVEN IT A LOT LESS THOUGHT THAN IT SOUNDS LIKE OTHERS MAY HAVE.>>Chris: ONE LAST QUESTION IN THIS REGARD AND I WILL LET HER GO BECAUSE I KNOW IT’S WHAT YOU WILL SAY, I WANT TO DO IT PRESIDENT TRUMP WANTS ME TO DO. WHAT IF PRESIDENT TRUMP COMES TO YOU BECAUSE OF JERRY MORAN, BECAUSE OF MITCH McCONNELL EARLY NEXT SPRING AND SAYS YOU KNOW WHAT, THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU COULD DO FOR ME IS TO RUN FOR THE SENATE TO HOLD THE SENATE REPUBLICAN MAJORITY, THEN WHAT WOULD YOU DO?>>Secretary Pompeo: GOODNESS KNOWS. THESE ARE IMPOSSIBLE TO ANSWER BECAUSE I SPEND, AS YOU CAN SEE, I SPEND EVERY WAKING MOMENT TRYING TO DELIVER AMERICAN DIPLOMAS AROUND THE WORLD. GOING TO KEEP DOING THAT SO LONG AS I’M DOING THIS WE WILL SEE WHAT LIFE BRINGS ON THE NEXT THING IN LIFE APPROACHES.>>Chris: AND WE WANT TO THANK YOU FOR HONORING THE SERVICE OF SERGEANT BARRETO. WE ALL HOLD HIM IN OUR HEARTS, WE ALL HOLD THE HEARTS OF HIS FAMILY, YOU TELL ME HIS DAD WAS IN THE MILITARY, OTHER RELATIVES IN THE MILITARY, TERRIBLE LOSS.>>Secretary Pompeo: THANK YOU, IT WAS A TERRIBLE LOSS. THANK YOU FOR HONORING HIM BY BRINGING THIS BACK UP, A TRUE

Hillary Clinton: Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis


[ theme music ] Where is he?
Wh-Where’s Zach? [ZACH] I was just
trying to scare her. I was just– Like in the…
Halloween spirit of it all. Not a good idea around
the Secret Service. – Are you okay?
– I’m fine. I’m fine.
Let’s start. Hi, welcome to another
edition of Between Two Ferns. I’m your– your host Zach Galifianakis,
and my guest today is Hillary… Clinton. Thank you very much
Mrs. Clinton for being here. Critics have questioned
some of your decision making recently, and by you doing this show
I hope it finally lays that to rest. Oh, I think it–
it absolutely proves their case.
Don’t you? Are you excited to be
the first girl President? Well, I mean being President
would be such an extraordinary honor, and responsibility,
but being the first women elected President and what that
would mean for our country, and particularly what
that would mean for, you know, not just little girls,
little boys too. – That’s pretty special.
– Mmhmm. Not to take away from the historic
significance of you perhaps becoming the first female President,
but for a younger, younger generation, you will also become their
first white President, and that’s pretty neat too. As Secretary, how many words
per minute could you type? And how does
President Obama like his coffee? Like himself? Weak? You know Zach, those are
really out of date questions. I… You need to
get out more. What happens if you
become pregnant? Are we going to be stuck
with Tim Kaine for 9 months? How does this work? I could send you some pamphlets
that might help you understand– First you supported Obama’s
Trans Pacific Partnership deal,
and then you were against it. I think that people deserve to know,
are you down with TPP? Uh… I’m not
down with TPP. No, you’re supposed to say,
“Yeah, you know me.” – Like the hip-hop group–
– Don’t tell me what to say. Fine, lose.
[softly] The country goes to shit. – Let’s talk about Trump, um–
– Oh, let’s. When you see how well it works for
Donald Trump, do you ever think to yourself, “Oh, maybe I should
be more racist?” When he’s elected President,
and Kid Rock becomes
Secretary of State, are you going to move to
Canada or one of the Arctics? I would stay in
the United States. – And what would you try to–
– I would try to prevent him destroying the
United States. So you’re going to
lead the Civil War? No. I wouldn’t–
I wouldn’t take up arms. I-I think that might
be a little extreme. Oh right, because you were saying
before we were rolling that you wanted to take away
everyone’s guns. Very cool.
Cool, cool, cool. I really regret
doing this. Any regrets over losing
the Scott Baio vote? Not a one. – So it wasn’t heartbreaking that–
– No. Yeah, but Chachi.
I mean who’s going to be next? Max Headroom? I’d love to meet the person
who makes your pants suits. Oh really. Yeah, because for Halloween,
I wanted to go as a librarian
from outer space. I think that would be
a good look on you. Have you thought about what you’re
going to be wearing at the debates? You know, there’s this thing called
the double standard, and so, I think about, well, what should the first woman nominee
of one of our two major parties wear to the debate,
and I have no idea, so if you’ve got suggestions
I’m open to them. Do you wonder what your
opponent might be wearing?
I mean– I-I assume he’ll wear, you know,
that red power tie. Or maybe like a
white power tie. That’s even more
appropriate. When you went to Donald Trump’s wedding,
did he write his own vows? And did Michelle Obama
write Melania’s? Um, I… really couldn’t see or hear very well.
So I’m not quite sure what his vows were, but I’m sure they were great
and huge and wonderful. Like his bowels. [ she chuckles ] Chelsea, your daughter, and Ivanka Trump,
Trump’s daughter, are friends– does Ivanka ever call Chelsea,
you know, to talk about boys that
might have crushers on her, like her dad? I don’t think so. What’s going to be the number
one focus of your Presidency? Oh Zach, it has to be the economy.
We need more good jobs
with rising incomes. We gotta make the economy
work for everybody, – not just those at the top–
– We need to take a… We need to take a break. We just need to have a
word from our sponsor. Okay. Washington is broken. The truth is too many politicians
are totally controlled by special
interests and lobbyist. We’re going to make
America great again. [DONALD in voiceover]
I’m Donald Trump,
and I approve this message. He approves the message. Wh-Why would you
play a commercial from my opponent in the
middle of our interview? He paid me in steaks. I would be afraid to
eat them if I were you. It’s a good cut of meat.
I think it’s part of the [bleep] hole. Well, this has been a lot
of fun Mrs. Clinton. We should stay in touch.
What’s the best way to reach you? Email? [voice from device]
You got mail! [ theme music ]

FNN: First openly gay 2020 presidential candidate in San Francisco, Calif.


police officer Paul Rutherford is a saying in their final goodbyes in remembering a hero welcome. To news now everybody on this Thursday or taking a live look at sky fax in the area as this funeral is about to begin. This is a Christ Church the valley it is up in Peoria in the northwest part of the my little bit north of the one on one freeway and is were just. Mentioning. Right next door on channel ten on fox. Ten this is — That we see. Much much too often. A member of the law enforcement. Is the ultimate price in their efforts. To keep our our valley streets. And neighborhoods and communities [inaudible] Traffic accident — One week ago today takes the life of a man who leaves behind a wife. And two kids. In his early fifties was actually not that far away from retirement. Instead this family has. This this father. And husband. And the sun. To the ages. 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We’re gonna break everyone. Hoo get yo ticke out cause had se we dn’t winner tha was iWisconsi Someinners herencludi a miion doar ticket in a y usther tt an awer ok an then we g se beauful fiftthousa dollaticketas well toughouthe valy. I el bad Me Ie beeno that ccle Kn on mn street out needs mesa visif therthe lackeys rcle Kayr seemsike iyou kn and tn y had aew her winrs awell t the g — O once aga. Wisconsin the in on one winner seven hundred a sixty eight million. Dollar the to ge luc winner Iope ty’re hingnd gettg all eir laers al. Inrder rig now yeah for sure the we go and th gng out anbuying truckes. All ght.inauble] Now its up nt ownackyart falyembersuni officers and Of Phoenix officer Pal therrdho dd in theine of duty. honing tm taytis fural let’s take you there live in listen to a little bit playing board games. Paul was part counselor. He invested extra time with the kids that he knew were coming from unfortunate circumstances to tell them that they were on the right path. That life is easier when you do the right thing. He was part mentor as one of our commanders says often you can lead from any level in the department. And Paul was both a leader and a supervisor he didn’t need anythie it. Paul was parked adviser and park police encyclopedia. Often called on for information policy questions or just plain how to be the best cop that you can be. He was PARTT servant caring for elderly women on his congregation or giving you anything that you needed. He was part animal control officer picking up every stray dog. Listen how dangerous they were to everybody ee he would dominate them. And make sure they were cared. For he’s squad called him the dog Whisperer. He was part comedian. With incredible sense of humor and a very special set of sneaky skills those are not my words those closest to him. And he will for ever bring a smile to the face of officers fortune enough to call him brother. And friend. Full of being a comma. But he loved his wife. And he loved his family. More than anything else in the world. He loved his voice. Any talked on the most important lessons of life. Showing them love by loving their mother. Opening the door for her holding her hand. Always saying I love you. His won’t world began each morning with a kiss on his wife’s head. Followed by the deep loving words good morning beautiful. A romance that spanned thirty years. A picture of god’s perfect design for marriage to people living and loving with one heart beat. And at the end of the workday. There was always the greeting. How was your day? To which would come often the one word answer [inaudible] Crappy. Followed by the two of them sitting together holding hands no words needed. No words necessary. He had talked enough for that day. It is now my privilege to invite to this sacred desk those spatial people. Who were chosen to share more about polls life and love? And we begin with our chief Jr Williams . Good mning. I’erry Williams the police chief of the Phoenix police department. First and foremost to the Rutherford family. Thank you so much for inviting me to spea tod is truly an honor. departme and thentire citpolice of Phor hearelt cdolees to each and everne of you. Th simply there are no wds. That can relieve the overwhelming grief we carry in our hearts for you. To Janet. Caress in Reese. And the entire Rutherford famil. I hope you can take solace in knowing up Paul’s Marin Forsman family is here with you. midstf your sorrow.ope in theu. And cfort ithe midst of your pain. The pharmacy today I would like to extend a special thank you to Chri Church of the valley you all are amazing an awesome. To my public safety partners around the country here in the valley to fire chief Caragh **** runne- She was one of the first people who sent the text message. After learning of Paul’s injury. We are feeling the tremendous outpouring of support shown to this agency in to our organization and to the rest of her family Governor Dayor guy a . Countering nor cal ski city mager and search — Assistant all for showing yourupport and joining us last Thursday. On what was unquestionably a very dark day in our city. If youisplace apartment is blessed to be supported by our entire city council so thank you all for being here as well. I also want to commend the men and women of the Phoenix police department. All this difficult time you’ve been there for one another. You’ve managed to show tremendo support to Paul’s family. d y’ve managed to set aside your grief. And to ensure that the service to our communi never ftere. I am so so proud of you. of her family in the Phoenixst police department and the Phoenix community. Lost a true hero. Officer Paul Rutherford signal number. Six four three zero made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting and serving this community. During this past week I learned so much from Paul from the members of his family and his. Squadmates. Words like compassionate client integrable depdabl bra professional. These were all the qualities routinely used in scring Paul by the whknewim best. And these are many of the same qualities of Paul supervisors use throughout his career. As a described him as a police officer. I am told you heard that becoming a Phoenix police ficer was Paul’s lifelong dream. kn there are many career paths an offic can take. But Paul made the conscious choice to work as a patrol first sponder What that means is wn a community mber or an officer inaul’s duty area? Was having the worst day of their life Heould be the o first on scene to take care of them. The majority of Paul’s career was spent in merry bell St Martin precinct and for some of you who don’t know the area it’s located in the southwest portion of our city. It is clear that based on Paul service record he was an outstanding police officer who made a positive impact on the thousands of lives he encountered. During his years o svice Paul was awarded to models olife saving in numerouommendations for his exceptionaperfmanc. One of Paul’s felw oicers recently shared a story with me. Illustrated just how remarkable Paul was. It was early in both of their careers when they responded to a call for service I’m a father removing an infant from unlawful parent. When Paul is partner came upon the suspect they saw that he was holding the child in one hand? And holng a gun to his head and the otr. With his poise and calm demeano. Paul was able to approach the suspect. Successfully disarmed h and remove the child from his grasp. In that one dangerous encounter Paul’s actions saved multiple wives. As I reflected on this story Paul’s actions reminded me of a passage from Matthew chapter five verse. Nine blessed are the peacemakers for they should be called the signs in children of god. Pa Rutherford was good and norabl man and everything we expect a police ofcer to be. So it was not surprising tt just prior to his death. Paul had consoled a young driver c accide. Writing her with words of comfort. Moments later. He would perform his final act of selfless service. Also I was lost as he was responding to help his partner on a priority call for service I’m a subject with a gun. For more than twenty two years Paul Rutherford serve our city with his loss. we will for er mourn In closing I leave you all wit the passage of scripterom Matthew chapter five verse for anit’s bn said before Blessed are they that mourn for they shall bcomforted. Jan Chris res an entire Rutherford family. And anyone out of the squad. The Phoenix police department in the entire Phoenix community mourns with us. We vowed to never forget you. And never forget Paul’s memory and never let it fade. May god continue tcomfort each one of you everyone you. And I can give you the peace that transcends all understanding. To help you Goblesyouhis difficul te. . Hello my name is at the cash Roman I’m the commander of the merry valley stream on precincts were Paul worked. Let me start by extending my deepest sympathies to Jen Chris Reese. And all the family and friends that are here today. Please note your hurt is our heard. My sincere condolences to the eighty one Adam squad. And all the men and women who had the privilege to know and work with Paul. Is an honor to speak to you today. About someone who is one of the good ones. Paul was a devoted husband a proud father and grandfather. A great son and brother [inaudible] Loyal friend. Avid outdoorsman. Dedicated karate teacher. Respected veteran an officer. And just an all ound outstanding person. These are the moments we pray never happen. And yet a sense this accident has brought us here today to honor life cut to short. A career ended too soon. Memories left from the lives he touched. And friendships he created. We grieve today because because that standing next to us. But we should take comfort in knowing that his spirit is standing over us and keeping us safe. I truly believe we all have another guardian angel protecting us. Paul was a selfless man when enough compassion to learn magic tricks so he can distract scare children while on calls. He spent his own time helping a family. Who he met while working off duty [inaudible] Their house. Or he just gave a hug to a victim in the time of need. His heart truly had no bounds. He also had an incredible work ethic he took any call they came to him and he handled it with professionalism. Understanding and caring. I was fortunate to work around a no fault throughout my career but it wasn’t until I took command of the merry really straight man precinct for years ago. That I really got to know him. One of the memories I have of him was soon after I arrived. I was walking to my office and he was standing in front of our huge picture board in the hallway. As I came up behind him I said you trying to see how many people look younger than you. To which she replied with a smile. No I want to make sure my picture was lowered teye level for the new commander. Realizing I was with the fellow I said do that a remind me who to give the worst car. To hedging his bets on the off chance that I could be serious. He said Sir if you done something different with the head today. We laughed and then he formally welcomed me to the precinct. This is who Paul was. A kind funny man. Who never lacked a smile or good word to make your day better? My police brothers and sisters e. During this difficult time. You may start to wonder. Why do we do this job with this is how it ends what’s the point? The answer’s simple. Because you are the real heroes in life. Because you are the one to protect the weak. Because you are the ones that make neighborhood safe. Because you are the ones who maks lives. And because frankly it would be chaos without you. Paul knew this and acted on these ideals everyday. threyears onhe streetsnst tnty patrol ing wt was neede tdefend people e d it e lie heffectein chae are imasurb He lostis lifn theursuit of being theest possie example od alstriveo be e bestay to pay tribute to Pas to contue t legac workso hardo buil n Chrifreeze. Paul le you th evee Heas soroudf you and h uld beven prder toy. An although yr rock mayave en ten fm you u are t alone. We are he fromou forou. You arfamily a alway will be Ou commiento you es not goway afr today. We wilbe thereo. Lo arod and see eryone i is chuh the men and wen are no nr faly They havalwayseen he in need the.oping yonever But th standow. Under . In theake of this tragic event. Th wake of this tragicvent. will remain by yo side Cry wh youu. ughith yo comfort you a with u. member this tpourif lov and spore timendeavo. 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We’r gonna be ba he mor news ne r here f yea – No fox t extra thaor joing us hertodayive loo athe Whe ba we’reonna b talng outhe Replica te th Democtspeaker Nancy Mlerepora losi just wppedp her new now e highligs next onewse Mira onhis Friy h we e abluteeautul wks eken making aboutighty fi degrees ansunn tod andt’s expected to be like thaor t st of theeekendo sit back Relax e urauri rightere on fts and texturef tho mucor bee a with you on and this ursd. we ntin tbrin you t th wanto s eve comma. wlerind hm ery stence of the mall a heingew repts.ead a me This mnings tha t motor hured ges and so w don knowxact e gesill be relsedecau ther is ati. go ang wit thaothe reptt there ast Reblicsndemocts bh wanto se i. d wel s whe ty acally you so the r t All ghered re f it y. Keepbirtay. is iabout I ho youuys All righ.suestn. I Anyw goomornineveryo. Mah womes hisry mon I of very eitede . Yestday in e statry hal yestdayel edation a math by noring theo he forhe m. On the mn Chrise mey Jacks Cherine Jnson yeerda isn i tookey. List it’s hd know about theidden e bookhatas wrien the inspation — That ty inspedo wet wasretty. Mae somehere of wasery very eiti. Teamen honor sdentiggestfrican Amican. Who d me such big fference notnly th the thematal briiance ly? Buwith tir digty with stiesntil o my faritet Teacrayso a stent bloo onen. One fit grad [indible]o tws . Voic not good. And th’s whathe wa sterdajust pfect — To be horing tmor the mathhe magicagico to Arica’success w alsde sterda on the flo of the To ps equ pay at wasro.r it’s vy excn e Coul’tet six votes ihe Senate. But w here aregain – thocial dia helng u. With wom veg e yeerday in Congre that s over one firs time. At a Cgress that ll oe Of wen havg the ght y. te. Unr Ron’s leadehip byod motheror. Famiaid famyeave chilare o y nams the. equa work wch is par of o fothe pele agea lower Bieraychecy budinghe. and he havi wen he equarasuctury pay forqk d cleer a cleer Doeslmost threeonths io not en . our mori. We havhad- Intductio of bis marke up the bl psage of blsd ofur demratic recd. d thiseeke tooknother epor t promif althca for america atas bnot fors a valu.leglation ithe Andt is ledy our cmittee airs A threehairs some ofhe Seo introce e billarlier the bl or of thbills rlier is week way commce a bhunk of .rgy and with ank logne. Th leglature som of tha gislatn was mked upfn commite yey a freman ahe cmitt airs. Of theeek iroduce along titl otectire exiing conditns. Veryescrtive of oururpose strengh people with p exiing nditnsy stoppgnsuran coanies fro. Fr us nding familieith their nk . Whh the minirati inks i aooddeaeverse GOabote tt neaypiked emiums a lefore pele uninsud andn lowerealtare preums by creasi subsies And raing thehresr elibilit for tho subdies cordin to the cenr f dgetnd polic priories. Are bil ws n Amican. fortateln starkontras Amera’s alth ce thiseek rd to expln but who kws. Asking n eryastrovisi of th fordable Ce. Striki downrotectns. ainst istingonditis. A string dow bans o lifime lit and annl limits strikg wn the mat Micaid expanon make hlthcar afforble andstringo mo f more. And al would b eed ite We wl fight tt t sitthat saying – We snd rea maket health h ouoal ofver eanding Bett qlity mor aordabl healthre e affoable Care A. Waback wn we tted did he the ge d a faual ne affdable andhat that meanscce. for e peop whene too bd actionn d bealkedbout Amera i green i areen wa. Of Ioelieve this I sai when I wad . Thelimaterisis i an extentiast is e in tms ofct.tf our me Ourriorits her t cre ise is a jobs issmerica It’s publiealth iss isy.d. abt cleaair cln water. Safety ofr haseen malear by nionale curity exper ainnd aga and cuent. u beeve aI do th this d’s cation. Of moralesponsility to be go stewas o it bueven if yo don sha thaiew thi wall age thate have mor rponsibityo futu neratiso pass onhis Acti now.HR nine e clime. agreents and danding a plan from. y frhe Par accoras you ha And letee what y havin In cing weeksnd mons arendnstea. On Chrthelimaterisis h bikathy cter shs. ectalar she is shknows r-subjec. Sh h her enthuasmor she en herommuni sfer. Fr the csequensf plan outsndingae she’seen d a organed ty’ve ornized ready so thereoingo have sttay ted on there but wtheir fo bere whadhe selteak marqehairin at is timat it not a sect cmitteeut it i a C. to you yourour brf s how u canhether isn buiing the inastn . g brdband our cntry s tha. Counicatn is imoved. An receing peoe suggtions out how to pecialoung people autt the ople.aucuide efrtor Ofhat Iantedo saat the It i. ishat. What wld be e pper adctive amefulinaudie] Sad [audil u’re rponsib the psidentf thenited Stes. inteigence commiee. take the tie ey’reust plain afrd They’rafraid. eir fate ofompetee there afraid s beinized in o country. For me [inaudibl Patrtic. [inauble] I’ so pudf the rk. AshairmaAdam Siff. In stark ctrastTo t respsibl aost cmina havi o t preous chr of theommitt. So wt is th presintreid the afidt at he uld gofter a member respted chaman of ef mmitte in t Congrs. I thinkhey’rf ts they st don knowhat do. So they have tmake an atta. Ameran peoe knowhat. It’s tir ow. Theiown fe. Of the truthheir fr e e d his msureday u c maksurehe Amecan Any estiontth. e boy follong u on th dam spker –n the st Congre Repuican the reallcommitd tohese cs of whait is ed to cuse hself om theussianelatin For airmanhift to ve tbeation f. somethgd ofressur like I wan is birtay themail. anyour resedimself.s thaherecedo qutios Hehoul have cused hgave yo the iressio tt h cused himlf b he ver did act i a verbad y wt’s yo next estion we commtee cirmen ve asky Of fmal rerty nextuesdaye Atrne. yeif thedon’tould y pport bpoenag jusce departnt f te g ba io. Th I sport m chairn I ry pudf the rk of l six chrman. Yomean ne them. Adam Siff Alisauy dler Maxinaters a a the finciersas a pce of th Eliot Eng As wel d the all six h made that reest we’llee what eir systeren the Coness – on a Warne app and I tstheir estaish tt memrsf themher trp campgn conired. For actitiesinrferenoverent i Are u rey taccepthat thee e trumpampaig and Russis en I’m rdy to isk f e peopl with eir bill To lowostsn Incrse pchecks by buding havi onhis vernme as we ssed H. Onin ter of thi thi is e sponsility whave tuphold. Th conitutio oI I have id eugh say aga. Nohank youister Attorne Gerale do not nd your inrpretaonhow ls. So wh theeportn e don’eed y interetingor us. wasondescding ias arront andt wast the ght thg tdo. Ao thsoonerhey cive us te n all. Make audgmen aut it t me just s ain whais saido be. Foand Iomebod thoht Ias jokinghet Dead serio a feign gernmt ces to infoatioon youoppone. I sayo anys e . So forhis aeport to y that the was tassed orpotion wl yeah if they di’t bng the iormatio the FB. The. Inheir rponsibitie. This y not ve wan. Becaus I thinkhat t fothe fomy neibour. And I fer tyr dierence they n. as y menti eight or nineg yes y — Yeerday hen you werspeas e paed aill to acally wt to capnd r g ? k an not reall underand that cmittg o with planheneaid clelyp ‘s n intertedn this ise. Well andhere’s no qstionhe p. in dialn thclimat csis ts bi yes iwas t hav ilt is bilwasnnouncg the sci at the connuatiof the heings tt we hing. On thelimate i ether wre deang with it in rms of a publiealth issue tionalecuritssue a onomic iueo crea js for moral sue So wt we’r sayinhe esidt you wking awa fm Pari wt dr t frourtandpot we’ ly jusbegun [indible] Yema’am. Qutiono you el that e commite shu steaahead the ual discpancyetween the mlusnre give report and e fusing stly o structn draf. How c I jussay th e clrly? Shs. Threport ow ushe reptow is as w frequently refence hl ra That tt th. Mier has sd and Ion’tnow if thi is ue jus was t adline. That t grauries a still. . e r us to ve thi disssio have see. Thfax we hav tsee wh the rert i and wdo not nd an Attorn . doest tnk t predentan be indicd. sothing that he suld stpreter of show us. And again. I y my stament ont we a cusedn meeng the nds o e Amecaneople. Inheir les and tt isot Th admistratn’s to an yout tt. woul te to t public.icklringt th dea ty’re goi to urtvienstear to oveurl Of t affdabl Care Act t a goodse of thei tim ‘ll see tm inourt.hree yecheck tha u haveaken ieachnt off leav lastight ain mad ao push. Thet ve to coit arime tbe doing sizbli o membs of e leadehip sce u’ve takenff t table a ey shoulknoweadersp ways tellss. refle. refltingheiristricis thees usine dianceetween me of yr member -On imachmennd youpositi o peachmt rit now. I wh allue resct to at I n’t ink th’s anmporta estion Of the the o questn is one of we’ going tsee. Someeople ve beeaskingor impeacet ist it impac. My aion my actnshat we want tdo e transpent. e Ameraneople he the fas in t truce. Show uthe sh wasr plusf the eric peoeay% They wto sr f s Demoats and Rublica voted. show us t repor thas what we wt tsee at oers arehingthat a ingnre. Intereing but ty’re not df acon we take loo to our s airsnd theirecti there gog in. Now On tt score iterms l the tinaudie] Transpency Unit.inship. That’shat we prosed a we car theeoplegendaay Mera peopleould . e Readf whitno da of nit? But t publi seehat tno. oice areet’s go throuhe mmitteproces tt they ve me to ke their jgment as to wther servr tpecial dark inrest Tranarency secondly. On ts vote. Evy sgle psonotedor of staineut n abt releing tir suprt. And Io tht k that. Imachmens a ve divise issue Ande suldn’t andmpeach a presidta . Wehould t impea a prident. Ifhe evidee is theo for imachmen queson yes ma’ the vlence againse it comin up for t for nt we it lks likhe arrs going oppo. t e ordeto gethis blowisionn backound wh our this ise methin my ous wer esent the bth of in the nities e Bide actuayookhe lea on thiandn esn apprriate or wasart of theune is thi as somhing tt In our cntry.t mning. Whene had five ars a three auorizatn of t bill? wayinaudie]d in a partan Of our bipartisa way. Onin theouse e spear refus to ing t ofays e flo for hdreds ndreds of days u knowhy caus theepublin positio But n womenho aremmigras.s workt t womaor LGBQ.. And t one in oree l . Some of e most vnerae men in ropulion Theyo mor proct the swe itoo hot. Forhemo haleme we jusadee ouide mobizatn g ble e oside wt is ptecting healcare r e outde milizion just waitinaid y reed to ingoth biso the flrhe Sen dealinaudie] And the [inauble] sty ant. Imgrant ant natemerica th vot f thats a gooidea We ved forhe oth billogly. here wre w A rete — To ae colu alke. Havi conce Dicthere’ery disd late. To protecngomen safety d theregain sd I I don se thaas that ch iact o e pasge othe bi. the house of representatives. A fifth. Day and we will hear from Republicans nex Ofur Moritlastear.r quart. A hundr and fty oneills passedut e la Congrs. far th year. Fe hured dg have po irtywo bls h pasdut An jus niny sevehave Bu want u to rlectn those mbers. e coue isess productive than weerl teing here i. e numb of bills the pasd of cmittee. they pass out So mh for e peop’s hou. It learship decidg wt com’. t todyf the use ttinto woron isss. Thpast f are bartisan bills in io laweadar les in acve Muchs I’v statedouple tseumbers. week ago is new soclist Docrat wing of t . now cling thehots Andhey ha tore leslative anda thepeak in theemoo the eric publi. It is weeportehat th woul.hr legistive pacge Cor heahcare cos infrasucture ano . For rhaps e mostgregiotse ission otheir omise a budget t’s rememr whaspeake Pelosiaid. ow m your budt shome you lues. Th have no budgeoes th an thehaveo values. markably aer jus thr thatheyon’tven pruce a budg out . Wh are ty doininstea ll fir we ha chairn Cummin in thg mmittejust lt wk on t predent and hrmaon busine f the . Teyears. Lookin athe presint’s prt a Cada. Nor wahe in fice. If thasa nts tgo I alsonder ihe clea statent One o theintendo fs fit big hringshey had they And want tquotehairma mmings. I havmade i abuantly cler tor cone. That that he comes hey . e o unuthful stementto theOJ. Ameran plic thahe would b e fit one at wou refer th. Nowe kno misse Carme lie Congrs. Wellisterummingeepis. promis wl he alli to thDOJ jts h omised n only s commtee t the ericanublic. Th move . Th commiee is carlyhe latest atte If t Amerin peopls atntion andontinuo try toamage is preside. absotely nothi to soew le me bes publ.proems fothe Amican Ilso wa to no that day s a sendublicearing of thhouse telligce comttee at Amerin pple di’t he at theop? f . e s at’s inic When mar prented [inaud] Is rort. Of t lie thehairmashiftond. ma memb Ada Schiff ld the ericanubli I can tell y at thease i morehan tt. An Ian’to intony paicular. But the is mo than rcumsttial evidee now nineen he said arowing bod of evince of obructioof stice. Ju this month hsaid thi. In Febrn amplevidencof collusion. evidce ocollusn aenty of twen eightn DIMM reporicy in pih will sw ss collusn. iss of may o tnty ventn the is evidee . Al Amecanhoule concned inteigence cmittee takgith t che informatio tAmericeople for thlas day inhat aring Every singlRepubn gn theetter t th chairn They d not bieve nmatter what ty work on thathe Ameran pu. this inot a commiee that sa by a seringmmitte And one pson whoecidesn the Rebla remo chairn shif.elos to We nee trestor. the iellince cmittee The rk of e natial securi The ea a airmanf commiee of th ture Th work tt is iolved in this comttee at wouie to e Amerin tactics of senat Joe McCarynot e Thersothing thacould com om thi cmitteehey cabe truste. It is timto turthe pa eemocraave waed the jority. They said youave to sh a buet to owalue butow Theyllow persohoives toy w’t ev. iso be aad of Intel Doesmerica tly bieve belie.am Schifruly Kino’somethi more [iudible en mor. Thatorty F agent neteen atrneys twenteight ndred witnsesaFive hdred oking io thieen dierent counies a sayinno commtee.o regn frotheusn at a. [inaible]et mepen upor queions YeSir ven thpolitil — ere th regnin giv the pblemof Democrs te d ree th. Yourop memrs of the inlligce cmitts yojust issu with coressmain a thlasteek andidn’t and then t mo. . . I thi chairn nooas comes t onop. e coerns thate ha wh what w bei s Is told the cirman own wasorre s o o Upntil Mch of is yea. No think saker Ihould t togeth rt h thei to do i e can it toy. u knowhat. remove a mberromur own coittees. Th is at Ada shift is done lying tthe ericanublic and he ic. Ofhe Iel cmitt thgsn the jority o i t comttee e memberdo notew a indiviale h an enre one no tst theat a? that has hocan sta up agnst o emiesnd tst whais bei ne if Ad Siff e to for twyears? Ho can tir own Democts stanbehi y . more [inaudible] re tn Yes. Decisis areuick tcut – Sexu . w fullyuppo — ecial Yes whol heartly. wanto ma sure peoe ar ing otectehat th priva is bei prd at is enaid that went o ring tt fits proam and pressiisticoming ck wit whatolarI d Lisey Gram shod continor know you ske witthe healcare.rday out Are there sks. To wh ty mit do tnkf this we to d of al care. Ana lot how t crt wou le. Is of eir payroll to real anI undetandwant there’othinh marities you can’tut somethg togu k s . This cld dohat we doave a prlem wh onthe mocrats What bills constution Docrats promed as if u alth ce y couldeep it We fouhat e theyaid they wld goown b whats mf trulwant healtcare tbe.s What ical hundd and fty Amecans a todayheir e insuncethrou the pvate dake away dicare advtage That iaoncern tt we thate havhe Demrats ine fr is majity tt ty have sted. t havspent so chime to remove inr s wt didou sayo the you d you s anythg along the lism Or sing itould ba politil mtake d faile to t publi is be a– e premms havisen ty lostheir hltW we he beevery clearbout at thas aot of r convertion was – e stem that tuallyowers your priums. heal carsyst. Give yrelatiohip of And lotf our nversaon s abt the fear. And anazing wthit prose. Demoats new sociast was pt of the green new deal at it uld ta away naudib] Any. Prate heahareore th a ndred d fiftAmericanhave. Mecare advtage it wld remo indiv. e wot partbout it i wou ing bankrt Micare sthos e on Micar today he wod collap. th wt we mtly tked abt. Thatouante to e it or turnindays. ere the’s an goritha coidered. Ofhe vionce agnst won act promion involng of sippinge A io mestic abusef thei gs where yout y shou Itood tmake se Valaid notw foow is pire You ow w. One indidua spear Pesi. e tensio we ht in there ery oer lear agreedo tendhe did n? thg f us to do i textetoppornitd the crent. . Shs plang polical ges th’s w shexpir itnd that’she wroe is. least thehonic auall h aend ll thawould eendhe curren Pau whd r the st of e year s. Anwe’re t ae to age on a replacen . Amicans theonfidee tha you cacome Okayirstet me ke alan could t aee oa reacemt Out of th house it just and ssedhe Sate. I ank Ameri aees a those millionh y w s would goown and itent up — The i noifferehan itas wee o notng has chang i ts proces. I ink wt youee fro t publicso w want hethcareosts ls. We waneople to e o prect p existg contions wh the Demrats he med on to nows. Thatould rove have theealth carecauseto haverivateealth iurance Medica ab moved. That’shat thdebates abou. YeSir in report That ibecaus we a o mbers a stillightin r impeacent sheays no our nks thanust that. in The soluon on e floo ndemni antiemitism a me a mber whs done [iudible Of m ownartyaid somethi that wase e wi as a rty ofinco d not dges hitate. With aouncedhw Fromll h commiees. is wn’t e firs tim. A mber o her cmitt said ti siticemar. It wasn’the mocrsho stood up it s o offed a tiono recoit. ThDemocrs had taccepte ha a few optionso brin Wh eve fureruestiodal. Ifhey cld b.h fait? torite a resution sheameir o na. ckfter theeekend saishe uld d she uld no en shead to ter itown probms ithe ranks yes t estion i do the n sialist mocrat r the pty loong thremonthshe ansr is y [inaudle] No bget. Moreills on the for b hat th’s n the pple’s use han’t en ae toroducey d nowhey have a cirman o e Inl coittee arou t wort ourwne go to otecta nati theast t yea it’not or yingt. It’s a ml rorts singhat evs invidual thathe Democrats spen ta coulnot be fed ande waat t. A billou didt ha to pruce. d itasn’tust h who did e wor twenty ve milli dollar. had graurieou can suoena peoe Head Fgent he wa limid ihis resource. And th speakllow h toe doe’t ap. stay a chaman that i acceptleotrom a int o the public.but fm a pot of Weant tknow wan tru atomes out othat comttee job when eve singlmemberne h noe the ote t r ithat awayith coressn Devinewness wrg. We suld prse h.o says.t. stoodp. en oersantedo go after him r telh o oplyied to uuntil en last mth. d hi only rours is atta the peo. h ‘ve wahedomebodn this people stoodp to m hewna gav. we me a coitmentir o membe ongres that wouldot allow at to. t althat and thas the speaker thank you. Wh we ce back here run ns w with to ge thealifora in searct he mornewsow unext us re today o appreciate we’re gon takeou out y o e missg eht yeaold cona boy. In Califnia w chaed tay th t murde in tture of son l’s lisn to little biof thihere this upde th also hav ve thousand doars. I would ke tor . The rrupt lice dartmen ha all of s effos into located on mMacinth. regaing hidisapprance.t gheri ts Countlesht e resoces. fedel ageies wking nonop to finoh e pharciesechnogy. Human source d units as throhout ts investation. On Mch tweth. ntinue. Two thsand neteen n . Chrocles offics resnded to a four sithree seveten scal nyon rd. condt a welre che on eig d no a Mactosh. concned or knowwheretot abts llian adved she had n been ab to coact — For almost twweeks oicers attempt to coact th fher. Bre Mintosh On Mch trteent.n answe. A search warra autr. An was serd at prices aptment. arre phrasMacinth Giland got fre For cld abu. The evenceld l locaons thughout theounty. Awayeah.nnis slls all. ah. The suequent surge decid livere evidee athese lotions. I derstandhere a many qutions rardinghe detls ofhis instigationnd the the prosution and iegrityf this . Furtr detaire not being I amhankful f the llaborion a assistancef enfoement rtner encies.local stw ecifical I wouldikeo regnize disictttorneike s strn a his tm for thr suppt strict aorney chi of vestigions. Providedignifinto do yo doo say. vestigive resourc versid cnty shiff Jef go me ailableearch and rescue ted canineeams. To gethat seches idiffict terrn. FBIpecialt rgan pvided evidee llection rources and agent tossist this vestigatio our mmunit of produsornk[inaudl] the ofor e And f the vil thawas he The owd pice dartment wil ntinueo inveigatehe dippearae of no — And will main sadfastntil nis locate thi time askedur mentnedTo refct bk t bruarywentie tough Mch elfth. Any communi membethat may r suspt BrycMaciosh e vehicle a blaMW – Three thty Californiaicense plas fi in. E.ight zo seve fo Gillian Godey are asked toontact senretecti Mao Hernand. 51-279659 ank yo for your sistan. In finng justiceor no. Thank you. 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I think they’ve got a great polling organization so they said let’s do. The main down in the second big one coming up how does Donald Trump fair. Against the big names in the Democratic Party and it’s fascinating because Mike there is a whole only one candidate. Who can clearly? Donald Trump in the swing state of Ohio. And if you think about it it’s really not a shocker. Because you know California leaves blue I think because maybe a lot of people are just sort of philosophically more liberal in. And there are. Blue leaning voters in Ohio but not so much for that a reason my more because they’re big union supporters. They you know they are the back through the they back the union movement and Joe Biden is as big a union guy as any candidate to run for president I think in a generation. So Ohio says you put Joe Biden on the ballot next to Donald Trump and we will play. By in the White House. 5042%. And it’s the only candidate this is maybe fascinating I think for a lot of people who are watchin. Because overall let’s face it I mean the coverage of of Donald Trump — In in terms of a lot of outlets Mike is a little on the negative sie. And so you might think boy does he really have a chance to some of these places will right now. In Ohio Biden’s the only guy who is a guaranteed to win according to this polling over Donald Trump everybody else it looks. Very close and it would be way too close to call Bernie Sanders got great name recognition for his run four years ago it’s a virtual tie their Sanders at forty six trump at forty five similarly. What if it was between? Between Donald Trump in the other huge liberal name who is really building a following that’s Elizabeth Warren — And I still to this moment Mike I think Elizabeth Warren is a more likely if it doesn’t go Biden and it doesn’t go call my hair as I think Elizabeth Warren is probably the more likely of of of the two more to the left — To get the nominee nomination a right now it’s 46% drop 45% mor. Really interesting that. The judge who just has not had a lot of positive momentum or anything lately — Menstrual there really hasn’t been too much yeah — But he is eighty you know he’s a fellow midwesterner there and right next door in Indiana he’s a mayor. Pretty well known I think in Ohio and it’s a forty five to forty five highway. And Kamel here as she is certainly building momentum coming out at first debate very same numbers. Forty five or forty four to forty four time between Donald Trump in common area so all of that I just think is absolutely fascinating. And a lot of people might even be thinking. Polling this certainly didn’t we learned our lesson. Twenty sixteen it’s true it’s true it’s true but I do think I actually think my holding. You know so is is it the tail. Wagging the dog in a way — I’ll tell you why I’m saying that. Because only continually shows. Biden is the strongest by far candidate against Donald Trump. Those polls I actually believe can influence. A lot of people in their primary voting decision. They may be more excited about coming here as they may be more excited about Elizabeth Warren Cory Booker. People to judge you name it. But if their heart may go one way there had says log I got to put that one guy and who I feel has the the very best chance. To take over the White House. I actually think those polls in this particular. Time frame where we are I think they matter. Charlie Charlie so we’ll see and wait just style that’s all going to shape up nobody’s going to really know until — November twenty twenty right yeah we’ll see how that all shapes up him means sees about it okay one more before row we had to break here take a look at the markets right now down. One hundred and seventy one points there in the red and we got to big companies- Given some earnings after the bell today okay Intel yes and Amazon. Biggie because in pretty much I mean. It’s like almost like a Google now you you said okay. And that’s the other company that’s also report. Right. Now was it just me done calling an alphabet. Go back to calling it Google now just confuses people yeah really does but this is interesting because it’s quite a quite a down trend in a may have as much to do with the fact that we’ve had. So many days that’s right it’s time for the market to come in and see little selling going on but I do believe there was some disappointment in one of the big stocks. Particularly when you’re focused on the dal one of the big stocks the people always pay attention to is three am. And may our numbers were a little disappointing — Yeah there’s another big company we really didn’t talk about because it’s been so much going on the political world book bowling actually. Said not only are they losing. A lot of money — They said if we can’t get that plane authorized to get back up in the air pretty soon they’re actually going to have to close their big factory up in the Seattle area. The Renton plant which cranks out the seven thirty seven that would be up to be tough for a lot of people in their jobs but it shouldn’t be a shock to the rise where we are right now. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of movement — To get to the finish line and where with all those Max’s go then Jeez yeah I know he does can. Climb anymore. There we go all right around there we go top stories here the day and when we come back a look who’s already. Talking right now with this hearing that’s the former Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton now Arizona congressman he is at a hearing right now. Talking about — Child separations out the border you know it’s a you could if you plan that plum assignment here on the Judiciary Committee as a as a brand new member of Congress is nine I mean he did very well for himself with the land the bad spots will it’ll be interesting. To hear what he has to say and some of these other key members of the house Judiciary Committee as well yes that and much more coming up next on news that from across tf course right here in Arizona as well but we’re gonna keep you right now in DC to take you out to this very. Heated hearing really it’s the second day in a row or getting a heated hearing yesterday was Mahler this time about the child separations out the border with illegal immigrants. Let’s kick it off right here on news now to civil liberties. Reporting family separations between October two thousand seventeen in June. Two thousand eighteen these documents are startling. The records we receive detail separations of twelve children ages one year older younger. And one hundred twenty four children under the age of five even more surprising of the twelve children under the age of one nine of those separations occurred. Before the trump administration acted zero tolerance policy. In many cases family separations happen without warning. And without giving the children a chance to say goodbye to their families. Many when I told with their families are being taken. For example in may of two thousand eighteen a fourteen year old boy being held in the press. At the Rio Grande Valley pressing standard was quote separated from his father after a meal break on to us and was told that his father would be deported close quote. Eleven year old was quote called the side by an officer and then he did not five deceased father again close quote. Another child in only seven years of age describes being separated for for the quote. In the place where was called on quote and that she did not understand why she could not see or talk to her father [inaudible] Chief. Hastings by these tactics how border patrol agents were told to implement a zero tolerance policy. Chairman the water we as we set up towns policy yes or no. Tactics you’re referring to I just read. Were you listening I was listening star so then answer the question. Sir I’m giving you the what we fall as far as guides for separation eighty why was the those are. Taking that we find the names of the people who did this they will be disciplined for not following policy. They were following policy to the best of my knowledge I’m not hearing. What I see? Following the policy that you just outlined I don’t know the individual specific. Agents instructed by your agency to treat children so they could read. So they could take their mother or father away from them well they didn’t know that that was happening. The border patrol receive any training on how to do this — We have yes we have training about how family separation we will put out on the guidance is usin. It’s easier words and not an accurate description of a separation happen. Can you please share how they did occur. Again I’m not specific to the don’t know the specific issues that you’re talking to about the age. Pardon me how with the supposed to occur how would shooting supposed to be separated from their families. The mother and father are informed prior to the separatio. The you didn’t answer the question. How how is it supposed to happe? Mother and father informed in the kids I mean I was is was that. The mothers fathers informed is some point today. You can is gonna be taken away in the middle of the night someone comes as such as a kid I take it that’s I would. Dispose after what is supposed to happen so we would inform the mother father charges and the reason. And and provide them the time to to say goodbye to the child Georges in the reason in the time in advance yes so far in advance but it’s going. To be depending upon. If. If you are choosing to deport appearing without children. The trump administration claimed there was a plan to reunify the family. Because when we started this we would place the a number and all of the information on the at all or the child on all of the paperwork so they can be reunification after. Me and all went through the appropriate legal action. This was deported was a child supposed to be report. I’m sorry if it was determined that the the always being deported was a child supposed to be returned to the bearing. Before the deportation with the to or the parent is suddenly in some foreign country and and the child is here. That’s probably a better question for HHS. Who did the deportation? We would do the for it was the but do the deportation while the child was in a different city in the United States. We don’t do the reunification is my points are you into the deportation before the reunification without any knowledge of whether the parents are being unified [inaudible] Yes. Another was a kidnapping child. Kidnapping that. Guidelines that are out. Without the child. Is literal kidnapping. The documents produced of the committee also reveal that vulnerable children such as those of tender age of those with disabilities were not given special accommodations of consideration in these facilities. For example CBP separated from you child from his father. The ages at a base is not updated to reflect the child’s special needs and did not record the traffic been separated from his father. In other report describing ten year old with developmental delays to separated from his mother. No special it was made to help him communicate with his parents she facing some these reports it appears the border patrol place a little to no consideration. Into the physical and psychological needs of children was separating. Them from their family. In what ways is my last question because my time is over the B. C. B.. E. consider the risks of those these vulnerable children. Of taking these wonderful children to their parents and keeping them and see if you still is what special ranges from made. For children with these kinds of deaf mute or whatever A so I’m not I’m not familiar with the two cases but normally when we have incidents like that we would learn HHS to the special needs. You learn H. H. as the special needs before you gave the child. Sir or short term all facility we’re trying to children into the problem here is let me just. One thing — The country to what you said we have a case of words here. And is one line on may sixteenth two thousand eighteen after a meal break while in custody. She was told by officers of for that would be deported. And she didn’t see him again. That’s the way these things were done — It’s been human and on American. I yield back. The gentleman from Georgia. Thank you Mr one and the witnesses understand you’ll be a little longer because now my understand the east members don’t have seven minutes to question as an incorrect understanding well is a term that’s going to continue to the valley. Mineral. Gentlemen we receive. Well I’m glad you’re back. Because as you related to me answering my questions you really didn’t answer my question from opening statements holding hearings into a problem solved is about like saying. Under these conditions which fraction. And the problem as far as that information. Because the danger to a child is otherwise unfit for care for a child has a criminal history as a communicable disease is transferred to a criminal detention setting. Up for prosecution for improper entry for the CBC is unable to confirm. Actually the parent or legal guardian for the child safety is at risk three four and if you’re advocating to keep that child in those conditions that may we have a whole different issue. And then to go back to the we haven’t anything I’ll stand by exactly and you can explain this Mister chairman you can explain the members here in the audienc. While the route Israel is simply again we talk about is is not solving the underlying problem. Treating them well and having good conditions is something we all agree upon the Brill was sober also and then applied to everywhere in the customer more control is not just the southern border. Which is what you’re advocating the main we need to talk about something different. But here’s the issue. It seems to be frustrated that in a long week. But this isn’t helping. And I into so you’re hold hearings until the problem is all. This week. That is probably you know just come to the point of camping this week we’re gonna hold here is we’re going to talk about it reminds me of when my you. Know my kids were little and the real holder. What is your hold it hold it hold it hold? In this community that actually of the underlying asset which the Obama administration talk about floor is is we talk about the trash. We talked about a solemn standard what we want to do is talk about was wanted for which we’ve already done many times and I’m also in this over so it shouldn’t be done. I said we’re holding that we had multiple hearings. Within a certain point time hearings will solve problems. Image German I’m glad you came back yes. But what are we giving them [inaudible] Exactly hearing [inaudible] Press releases. This is what we’re doing. This committee is better than the US. They’re great embers on both sides who have legitimate arguments. For I have listened hassling to my members on the other side I’m sitting in front of me and all now with. You have ideas about this. The bill for the toll market. Take three or four days or even two weeks to have these. These kids in the family is not important enough on he border. Or is it just a matter. To have another hearing. Doesn’t solve anything. You can just find anywhere you want. You can say he blasted bill last week that actually you know. You’ll have standards that’s great. Logically look at it was a is overhauling could’ve been support. Personally into we had and things along. The way we didn’t talk to the border patrol before we actuall. In the bill to see how we can actually put this in and intonation I guess a small oversight. But again I’m not sure what both sides are even continuing to show up at these hearings. Except to be used as props. The following year here. You’ve gone here really technically going to testify to nothing some of your back again as we said most whites. And replacing somebody was earlier. You’re not going. To humans as your we don’t know we all know there’s a crisis we lease all now at least come to the conclusion there is a crisi. What it is it is as I said before using the words of the ranking member the subcommittee it is dehumanizing this is what you want? To go. For do not tell these people in this audience. The disingenuous but you’re fixing some. They may not for a few minutes. Hello movie mining for seven months. But they’re not forever. Soon they’ll ask. Can you have an honest debate he got more numbers and can you can pass them because you’re the majority. Not even doing that so Mister chairman I appreciate your answer the question we’re tending to what is said to me. Crying the press release get the daughter going. Talk about before. This is where we’re at this is a problem. For those of you are here hoping for an answer duration and the trump administration have both pointed out. With that I yield last. June Mar a one ten top out thern Saturday and Sunday before it looks like well maybe we could possibly be getting. Some rain showers come early next week we just got a cross our fingers and we know how when we say rain. A lot of the times it’s just in the pockets here in the valley some get in Chandler we might not get it in Nampa may just the way. It goes sometimes worse out here I everyone might page you’re welcome back to news now always bringing you the stop stories. Headlines across the country let’s go out to Indianapolis right now where — Joe Biden spoke earlier today and he talks about — Evening interview earlier about — That he needs to step up his game when it comes to the next democratic debate that’s coming up next week in Detroit let’s hear from a little bit. From mom today here in Indiana. Yeah you know — Deeply involved I’ve been in my career like many others — With — With your may have been a earlier for a long time. And that’s why I was honored to receive a lifetime achievement award last time this organization actually coming straight. Learning you know. No one of the most respected man in my community — One I came back from law school and became a public defender and because our city was occupied by the National Guard room which is only. City in the United States America occupied by the National Guard the military for ten months withdrawn Bannon’s after doctor king was killed since the civil war. And you know I a man who I respect a great deal on was a great civil rights leader in my community guy named. Jim. And I work closely with. Truly fine fine man and he I work closely with Jim for thirty years and taking on the highs and the housing crisis working to fix our schools. More in a war where he just over all in just a suggestion in the community and that was the reason I came back to mommy can after law school. To the fight the injustice was particularly current my state most of you don’t know my status of a higher as black population in America. Almost 20% nineteen point eight from my state. And that’s why I love the good job that I have firm representing corporate interest a decent honorable man but I became a public defender. And that’s why I ran for office in the first place is to get engaging the community efforts that I had. As a kid work through the side door. And starting the county council sat at the lessons I I learned from Jim and from Robert herring a number about. A black church leaders in my community — Was a that — I’ve spent my my my time with them as a young man and I know I know it was the thing that I I had to do to get engaged and that’s how. That’s how you deliver change and you all know it because you’ve done it each one of you. We desperately need people in games so when jets — Rumors time. Jim decided to he wanted to start an urban league chapter in Delaware and Wilmington immediately sent over a guy who. Is with me today who was the former president — The urban league with Tony service founding president now. Today as well and my daughter Ashley who ran the largest criminal justice our organization Delaware she also searches as a masters in social work she served on the board. Of trustees from Wilmington chapter and my dear friend and now Congress woman — Herself Lisa blind Rochester I’ve really close to my family always time she served after that the point is. Congress Rochester was the first African American the first woman woman ever elected to Congress in the state as well as a the first African American. And you know want I’m one of our biggest fans her dad — And I go back a long way. So you know this is all familiar commitment to me but Israel the urban league is one of the most vital when I’m not be solicitous vital organizations we have. Your moving the needle the movie in the line systematic racism and discrimination and and and still that does still sn’t much of a contour of the world we live in today. You know every time you publish a state of black America report. You force us to contend with the entrenched in the qualities leaving still exists in our society. In your touching lives years changing now. More than twenty thousand people are able to purchase a new home more than two hundred forty five thousand people are placed in jobs because of you three three million people on benefitted from education or educational services. And more than eight million a benefit from healthcare services so so I want to start today by saying thank you we owe you we you we owe you big is a country. And I mean as cation invention quality number two new you — For the committee for communities of color is — Is is is is incredibly consequence of starting always back from nineteen ten you’ve been working on this so look. I know we’ve changed a lot a lot has moved to since we spoke and I since I spoke here and six not here but you in. Sixteen twenty two and twenty sixteen but today I believe we’re in a battle for the soul of America that’s was changed. You know we have a we have a president nine states who is — Who has deliberately? Came on my but you know I refrain from screen — Who — Break I passed away not long ago used to say when someone is really unusually shin who would have thunk it. But the service is this is directed people racism these engaged in when you saw those people did any of you ever think I mean this is sincerely. Do you ever think those of us involved in most of you have been all of your band. Is civil rights issues for a long time Jr thank you city. In twenty seventeen people coming out I feel carrying torches veins ball. Sh. And I said Medicaid accompanied by white supremacists as well as the Ku Klux Klan. And ever present when a young woman is killed in that’s the that’s the cities and we don’t want hate in the city. And the president’s asked buddy said there some very fine people in both sides. I honest to god never thought I would see that again. And you know is your great president — Whitney young — I got to meet a long time ago — One said — In helping there’s one healthy gap [inaudible] Yeah. As for the nation for a long time but today we have a president who embraces the supremacist. Last week — He launched a vile racist attack against a a city member of Congress. Three four of them. You know he he he he rips it families in regional partner border see potential in cages. He has always actively working to undo every bit of the progress president Obama and I and our administration did and we have to defeat Donald Trump. This time. And then we have to work twice as hard to read about the the inequities it’s still exist for people of color black people in this country. In housing in healthcare in criminal justice system so many other areas you working so hard on I’ve been in this fight for a long long time and is present in mind or star and I mean this sincerely. I’m always refers middle class Joe national it is a compliment washing means I’m not sophisticated. But I know who in the hell built this country Wall Street did not buildings country. As people access last. We have to bring everybody along no matter their race their gender zip code in education running triple funding for title one schools from fifteen to forty five billion dollars in order to win a prize. Between majority black and minority white rich and poor schools you know school Sir in low income communities need to be able to give their students. Eagle start in life and that means early education three four and five regional a lot of your professors you know the deal we know the numbers no debate anymore if they have if of ever child from poverty is exposed to three foreign farmers to real education if. They have been a fifty French 50% chance of making through high school going beyond high school what do we do in what hello we do with all these gigantic tax cuts were not willing to do that. We’re gonna make. Universal pre K. and every single person. In every single one of the schools are to make sure that every student has an economic opportunity to graduate from high school and equal opportunity graduate high school and either go to some have some college credits when they graduate in the pocket. For industrial Christian skills from a leave a good paying job or whatever bothers me the most. And I always got criticize isn’t home. I refused to acknowledge. That a child from poverty from a single mom who can’t read or didn’t have an education can. Learn as much as any child in America should get much I really made. The racial disparities are so pervasive in our society the part of the our environment literally. Poor communities communities of color traveling is there the hardest hit by pollution and we’re two hours talking with Tony all day room when we we work with me back and was a United States. Senator you guys school we were working on getting lead paint out of the community. So what the hell you doing lead paint what’s the big deal for guess what look at all the communities where everything is for their one water pipes and spewing — Grit and dirt I knew in the shadow smokestacks and anyway just goes on that’s why for my climate change includes a comprehensive approach to environmental justce to ensure. That our communities that are are you are you can read the clean air and drink clean water from flint Michigan. To raise taxes. We’ll get is 97% coverage immediately protecting and building on the affordable Care Act what I like to call your mom care [inaudible] Story [inaudible] Medicare like. Options for anyone in fact who wants to buy it and anyone who was on Medicaid eligible for Medicaid will automatically be enrolled in the public option. Premium free so that we otherwise you know with a day and if they qualify for Medicare including so many black and brown families in states with Republican governors refused. Medicaid expansion. I will also need to build more inclusive economy from top to bottom and with better access to capital and Blackcomb small businesses and focus on reducing black unemployment. Folks nearly 7% of unemployment you know it. You know it should be should be should be she cheered as a 7% unemployment African Americans will guide you know eliminating the wage gap and sixteen point 8%. Penalty of for working blacks in sterling exist that’s the difference we need to take on and then we will. We will we can’t just talk about the Cline and black home ownership we have to do something about it. We have to make it black neighborhoods. You know how it works when I first got involved senator I was trying to divert first bill Anders was at redlining. You know banks after banks have to represent and lands in the communities they are in. Today. Black neighborhoods worth the same house is worth half the value same exact house if it’s in a white neighborhood. The print on the way neighbor. So there is an incredibly long list of policies I go through with this is that my time is short the best. The most of the let the last point I really wanna mages about perhaps the most insidious threats to progress I think we still face. And that’s voter suppression. And goods going on in America last year twenty four states introduced at least seventy seventy mills to curtail the right to vote. For people of color folks I got involved in politics I ran for the United States Senate. To extend the voting rights act as chairman of the committee I was going to get it extended twenty five years. By the time I left we in fact teddy and I got extent for twenty five years we got a vote of ninety eight zero ninety eight zero support and then along came. Along came the change in the pre clearance laws Supreme Court rule. I suggest that you know look thirty five station our schedule force voter ID laws nothing less than a mythological on attempt – To you know. Tonight people out as a solar to my question. My can promise you this by demonstration apartment Justin’s will once again protect fundamental rights to vote now lead the fight. To reaffirm the connections of the voting rights act to make sure it’s easier people exercise their right to vote. And look. I’ve been making this arguing for a long long time voter registration should be automatic automatic. We have a lot of work ahead of us but you know we have to keep pushing forward to close the gap between them our values and our practice in this country. The site is the size of the gap is gigantic and we have to seiz. Understand the future rests in the American creating the future where all men and women are created equal but March not only that we say that our Concorde treated he you know I know we can do it. And I know we can do it because of all the challenges is. Countries capable of we’ve never failed when we decided to be to get inthere and I want to tell you. Mark this president is done. For his this generation. What the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement it from my generation assassination of king in Canada? The fact of the matter is he has the one thing I have to thank the prison for he’s energized people understand what we have to do. Especially young. Folks. Time is up so I got to get out of here but look. The bottom line here is that you know we have to be in a positio. We have to be in a position to believe we can do something we would have been able to do just for eight years ago. Because people now understand the paucity of everything this administration is time thing. They understand they didn’t know what that they didn’t order. Bomber Kerr was before now they know inane since they keep it. They didn’t understand exactly what was going on to this guy wants to such an extreme so folks. Don’t give up there’s an Irish poll once wrote. History teaches not the hope on this side of the grave but then once in a lifetime. That long for tidal wave in just just rises up and hold it history rhyme we can make it rhyme before determined thank you to the right outside of the White House were kellyanne Conway — Special adviser to the president spoke to the media must bring that the here on news now. But that aside. We need to know who’s in charge the molar vested ation because usually if something of a book is goes for any usually at least have a former to give somebody credit or let everybody know who else was involved heavily. And I don’t like people who are. King on bomb or the individual I think that’s very and fortune I see it’s a lot of strong democratic voices he must be very nervous. That Bob mother couldn’t get done what everybody’s trying to do since two thousand sixteen get down jump out of the White House. Really got no closer to getting out. In the next year either so please let him saying we’ve got a lot to do America I stood before you on Monday at St Francis easy to see the same thing again. Three Miller testimony from small intestine. The American people. Should demand more from Congress they paid for the mall investigation the page for them only report the P. family testimony. They see what’s happening in Congress and it’s not happening there is no infrastructure there’s investigation there is no drug pricing. Is a rehash of a report that clearly said no indictment. They see no work on on healthcare which we’re trying to the present we’re working on healthcare plan here. The president is trying to improve their for all those people so I see ninety so fact checking your friend. Will mark the anti semite who. Lied last week about millions of Americans dying because of nonsense healthcare policies and of all of your fact checkers or in the Hamptons in Nantucket. I can lend you one or two checking people who for some reason your freedom. During the last. The prescription the prescription. Drug price reduction act. Judges tweeted out that — The president of the White House supports a can you explain. Why the? Yeah it is — Present already taken many actions in his administration to reduce drug prices are the record number of approvals for generics for example. Have really been reducing those prices — First reduction in decades under his watch but it is not good enough in other words he wants then. Reduced further we looked at a number of different measures I’ve been in this meanings of the number different measures to try to make that so. And we’re fable towardsthat legislation we love to work with Congress. On this but if we can’t we’ll continue do things the way she legally recently done transparency H. cherries health health reimbursement. Arrangements for those of you getting coverage and transparency a kidney health we’re doing the building blocks because we have to stop we have to get out of this conversation about health insurance and back to health care. And improving outcomes in curing disease that includes reducing drug prices drug prices really break the back of many seniors in this country with many people in their household budgets as well. So as reforming healthcare overall improving Medicare making sure that Medicaid is there is there for those for whom it was intended. To check pricing is the centerpiece of that very happy very recently the Senate came up with that bill. And out obviously that sees me we see the president was meeting with senators earlier this week. Our range of issues including Turkey — But they discussed a range of issues I will continue to talk about drug pricing a centerpiece. Of the president’s agenda leave you on and I think happy bipartisan and I would hope. I would recall that a couple months ago when president trump’s book. As figure policy over the phone he immediately tweeted out. Hang up the phone the speaker Pelosi we had a great chat will begin work on some things together including for infrastructure drug pricing. To hope springs eternal and a post. All our investigation mother you poor Muller testimony. And that was kellyanne Conway right outside of the White House let’s switch gears here taking out live right now re you are you see — Senator Kirsten Gillibrand her right there — Doing a town hall meeting with some. Dental voters let’s listen into this this is in. Iowa all right now is the road to twenty twenty continues. 42% of the children that are. You sure for our I sent him the system. And we played major full and that — You know there’s that could affect. That if. Our mission is to move people from yeah and if mom’s doing say to cinema tickets just doing great — She comes into play point yeah we have a shared resource for her children — And she’s getting assistance from the service — And she’s doing well with their job see she gets a small 20% number race — Call center itself over the limit have a question maintenance you can upgrade here. This is since. And you see her. 98% the kid says I graduated from our preschool are checking for kindergarten. And that compares. 2% of the children in there and see that the school system. One of the things that — Kitty I want to fund universal pre K. [inaudible] Full year. You were funny we provide more. Where you’d be able to actually comedy preschool the entire year for your roles — For those. Desperately needed three younge. Fantastic because we’re finding more and more. Childcare a six story a fifteen year old girl with a mental illness was beat up by a group of thugs we’re gonna bring it to you. With this live update next on news now today we have a reallyy busy day here on news now we got a lot to cover so let’s get right into it everybody we’re going to go out with some. Just horrible news out of Chicago where this is so senseless I’m from the city there in the in there sometimes you hear. These reports a year just like when you you’re just so we shame from even being there. Granted the city is beautiful the people are great but sometimes the situations that you just hear about union from the shootings that happen on a daily basis you’re just like what is going on and when will this ever stop. This one is a different type of story it’s not a shooting but unfortunately a fifteen year old girl with a mental illness was attacked. Boy I mean why here we go Chicago police with the update [inaudible] This investigation. Father’s press conference today because the case. That we’re speaking of galvanized attention around behavior that quite frankly we all wish never existed not just in the city but in this country. This initially began as a missing persons case involved into a criminal investigation of assault and battery. Got to this point thanks in part to all of you many of you are sitting out in the audience right now. News media and violence community activists the flag this video for our communications office and the detectives who quickly opened a criminal investigation to identify. Those responsible. This quick action happen because the hate that we also is an affront to who we are as Chicago once. Stands in direct conflict. To the city of broad shoulders. We all have to work together to help ensure that this type of behavior. Is route out of our communities and our city. I’m the father of two girls and a son and I’m proud of them are proud of all of so I understand how difficult it is growing up. Today especially in certain neighborhoods of our city. It can be even more challenging when you are part of our values specialties community. Actions depicted. In the video are difficult to watch to say the least. And a whole that they become a teachable moment. For not only these young individuals but actually follow us. Bullying and bigotry castles of our society. Do nothing but break and divide us. There are parts of our country right now the seem to become consumed. And motivated by these malignancies. And I for one would do everything I can to keep these behaviors out of our city. What caught my attention about this incident? Was that I victim new our attackers. In the video game in the sense that she felt as though she was among friends. I gotta tell you broke my heart to see. This group of young people turn on her. And escalated into what we saw the physical assault. So before before I turn it over to lieutenant out as I want to thank the families. And extended families of our victim. Some of the parents. Of the offenders and offenders themselves also did the right thing. And brought information than individuals for to police. So what’s important about this is that we get it right. And teach our future generations that there simply cannot be roo. For this type of devices. And hateful behavior. Now I’d like to turn it over — To lieutenant Valdez. Good afternoon thank you superintendent. Good afternoon. My name’s as involved as and lieutenant an acting commander very central. Stories of a female young victi. It’s really a tragedy and a as the superintendent is I am also a father of two and and these are the type cases really take that they keep you up at night. I will get into a little bit of the time line without getting into specifics — The state sensitivity juveniles and ages of both victims and offenders — So. We noted the victim has some special needs and on the twenty eighth of July. A missing persons report was filed. By the victim’s father. There was no initial mention of any — Viral video when when she was reported missing — Shortly after our victims are special victims unit learned of the video roughly about two and a half hours later. This was also the time the detectives were given a photograph of the missing girl and began canvassing several areas that are known. To be — Frequented by by the victim. The victim was found by a bill diligent citizen — Through. The help of many people including community activists b- Fourteen the video that was and viral — The citizen was found and she T. A. in and taken to I’m sorry that victim was found in a city AT. And then taken to the eleventh district. And there is at that location where her father and the community activists and and this is the founder and decided she should go to do your research Chicago. For medical attention. And in their interviews the detectives learned at the victim met several juveniles who she thought were her friends. These girls and daughters. How to flash games signs? And or preserved. As I said this is a tragic incident and my heart goes out to the victim. And her family. I want to thank like the superintendent said the good Samaritans. Community activists everyone who helped along the fines the fender and find a victim. I also want to take. This time to thank our neighborhood and media partners. And all as it should be after this and all these who helped it and put this case to closure. I want to thank the detectives especially worked all night — For over twenty four hours to help this again — Defenders in custody and place the victim and a safe environment [inaudible] Thank you. It would take questions if you haven’t. Yes the he just kind outlined a four year she went missing first and when she was initially reported missing — We don’t have any idea about the video anything like that. But I haven’t seen the one of them possibly apologized for this in terms of sexual aspect would not prepared to talk about that at this time. Yeah there was there was — Some things going on that these young ladies one how to do that she did. We’ll we’ll leave it at that for right now. Gretchen. You know — I’m not going to say is a phenomenon that we that. We are seeing an increase now we’ve been saying aggression in females for quite some time now both of several year time frame. So I just saw and fortune in a video issue there is three that it for actually — Involved in the beating for encouraging a meeting I’m sure someone and we have to identified its videotaping and others that are encouraging. So the say five I I wouldn’t say just five but there’s actually more than three didn’t that have been. Placed in custody. There are definitely more than that three different places. I’m sorry yes the eighteen eighteen and and in the S. and about my apologies it was July eighteenth in the the viral video was out on the twenty third. We’re not we’re not able to narrow down to the exact time but it was actually the twenty second the day before [inaudible] Correct [inaudible] That’s correct. History have been charged. While the investigation is continuing apps so that’s the whole . As I mentioned is insensitive case. Tender age — Young kids involved and so I’m not going into any details regarding the victim’s family. Ounce but that. Hello indication that. I don’t want to be above any. Details as to where she’s at it’s still ongoing [inaudible] Definitely. As part of the investigation. They want to do record this morning. I’m sorry I didn’t hear the entire question. So no we know we know that they knew each other and I mean if you think they’re your friends and they do that to you I think you would be wrong by by thinking that they were your friends. But you know what. If you’re dumb enough to post a crime and social media. And that just shows you what your head is but in terms of how you ask me of the social media. Companies are. You know we we continuously have conversations with them about this type of thing and I know that they’re working on their policy so if they this. Is real time so the social media company we know that that. That’s what they’re going to post whatwe want them to do though is when they discover things like that to take it dow. Immediately because we don’t want to help. Get the reels out of things like that — Because it’s not fair to the victims so you know so I’m not going to beat up social media. Because you know those posts are real time but they do have to be do a better job of flagging it and taking it out as soon as they discover. I didn’t know the national level P.. That but love nest between the mayor and fraternal order of police I’m going stay out after that. Fight — You know is is just — Follow us we just have to work together to try — To make the city safe. From our neighborhood [inaudible] Doesn’t. Yeah and this is an ongoing investigation — And two things which I’m going and everyone involved are victims I don’t want to get into victim statements and and details of of this incident. So. I’m sorry can answer. It is a sad story there — Overall — Fifteen year old girl contact and will get the get you more information if that does happen in the next come coming days there is that investigation continues when we come back here on news now everybody. Will take you live to a nother hearing as a border battle continues the acting director of ice Matthew albums does of finding — Before the house appropriations subcommittee hearing on a U. S. immigration and customs enforcement oversight more news now up next. To ensure everyone has ample opportunity to ask questions I ask that each member stay within the allotted let’s listen at 700 thirty three encounters include more than three hundred ninety thousand fat members of family units. And sixty three thousand unaccompanied alien children. This represents 63% of all south was border encounters an FY two thousand nineteen year to date. Notably in the last few months eyes alone has been for Serena release more than two hundred fifteen thousand members of family units into the interior that I’d states. Due to the Flores settlement agreement. ISIS resources have been over burdened by the record numbers of C. B. P. apprehensions of the southwest border. And Congress is repeated failure to fund ice detention and transportation requirements and ice requested levels. Ice is currently the detainee over fifty three thousand single adults. And their approximately eight thousand single adult and see because city awaiting trance processing or transferred ice. Due to its very limited detention capacity ice must generally reservists attention space for those who require congressionally mandated detention. Along with those who pose a national security public safety for flight risk. However based on increased enforcement activity on the border additional ice detention capacity and transportation funding is urgently needed. To ensure the security national security public safety United States. And the faithful execution of the immigration laws passed by Congress. I saucers may conduct targeted fortune actions against any removal alien was present violation of immigration law. Despite what is often sensationally misreported. These are not indiscriminate raids or sweeps. Instead. ISIS operations are carefully planned based on person specific intelligence reading needs. Focusing on those represent a public safety threat. As well as those have received a lawful you should order removal from an immigration judge. Approximately 90% of heroes a ministry of arrested into this country our of aliens in a prior criminal convictions. Face pending criminal charges. Are immigration fugitives. Or who have previously been removed for the country and have illegally reentered. The latter which is a federal felony lice prosecutes extensively. However the crisis on the border is negatively impacted lice’s interior enforcement mission. And thus the public safety of our communities. Resources dedicated to removing dangerous criminals from the streets. Have been redeployed demands increased workload stemming from the border surge. Resulting in over 14% decrease in crime oil interests this fiscal year. Additionally I says reassigned members of fugitive operations teams to manage attain dockets or help respond to the border crisis. The failure of Congress to increase funding for future of operations. Over the course of the last decade has created a tremendous strain on ice’s ability to effectuate arrest of specific aliens. But failed to comply with rulers over three lease conditions including those with it’s gonna while on a T. D.. Well Congress a sought to increase funding for a TD it is filled the from the necessary resources that make the program effective. Without sufficient numbers of fugitive operations officers to search for an arrest aliens who feel to comply with the TV. As well sufficient attention space for those aliens to be detained once are located arrested. AT T. will continue to offer very little benefit for its cos. Additional resources also requested in FY twenty to ensure that ice is also the principal legal advisor is able to carry out statutory responsibility. To prosecute administrative immigration cases before the immigration court. While Congress has increased the number of funded DOJ immigration judges and support positions during recent budget cycles. Opal funding has not kept pace thereby exacerbating the backlo. More critically and most critically. I would like to highly legislative changes that are urgently needed. To be clear. The FY twenty budget request only provide the necessary funding and resources for ice to address the symptoms of the crisis. It does not nor could any amount of resources solve the problem. Legislative changes are the only viable option to swiftly put an end to the current crisis reducing the victimization of migrants looking for a better life. And starving the cartels and transnational criminal organizations of a major segment other listed enterprises. Ads in these changes her laws will continue to be supported and the pull factor they create will only result in more illegal immigration. And worsen the humanitarian crisis. We ask you to one terminate the floors settlement agreement and clarify the government’s detention authority with respect to alien minors. Amend the trafficking victims protection reauthorization act to provide for the prompt repatriation of all you AC. Or not victims of human trafficking and do not express fear a return to their home country. And addressed a credible fear standard. The current standard has proved to be ineffective in screening out those with fraudulent. Frivolous or legally insufficient claims and has further strained are overwhelmed immigration system. By requiring the release of found news before the conclusion of immigration proceedings seemingly well intentioned court rulings and legislation are being exported by transnational criminal organizations. And human smugglers. These despicable smaller separate and a tireless industry with untold millions of dollars being made through the sale. Rental and recycling of children utilized by unscrupulous adults to poses family units. To fight this activity home mastered investigations has resigned hundred special agents and Intel analyst a border patrol facilities to ferret out fraud who found the units and you a see. The same loopholes also encourage further legal immigrationas a record numbers indicate. These are not talking points. These are facts based on my over twenty five years of law for some experience and they represent the major challenges currently faced by ice. Every day the dedicated courageous professional men and women of ice work remote homeland security and public safety by faithfully executing the laws established by Congres. To protect the integrity and credibility of our country’s borders. As well as our national security and the safety of our communities nationwide. The increase in the flow of illegal migrants migrants and the change in those arriving at our border are putting the migrants particularly young children. At risk of harm from smugglers traffickers criminals and the dangers of difficult journey and are placing unsustainable pressure on our entire immigration system. Ultimately to solve the border crisis we mus work collectively to ensure the integrity of our immigration system as a whole. Failing to adequately resource interior enforcement efforts such as fugitive operations detention beds and ice attorney. Creates nothing more than the appearance of border enforcement creating a pull factor the alternately dries more people to make the dangerous journey to the United States. Incentivize of more Louis illegal activity and delays justice for those of meritorious claims for asylum. As a nation of laws we owe to the citizens of our country to maintain the integrity of our immigration system. Especially when faced with a serious an ongoing national crisis. Day in and day out the women to men allies have worked tirelessly with limited resources and outdated legal framework to ensure the safety and security of our country. They’re done this despite bill innovation personal tax and the toll it takes on their families and personal lives. They pay this price every day for simply doing their jobs on the laws passed by Congress. A crisis at hand a change is needed. And is your responsibilities mayors a Congress to act. Thank you can provide me to testify today I am honored and humbled. Represent more than twenty thousand American patriots with immigration and customs enforcement. I ask you provide the funding solve in the presence of white twenty twenty budget. I look for your questions. During the album’s — As you know we have the series — Concerns about ISIS ability to manage its budget within the means provided by Congress. The lack of transparency into how ice executes its budget also exacerbates our concerns. A during a continuing resolution operation should continue at the level funded in the prior year appropriation. For the current year that means I should have maintained an average daily population of forty thousand five hundred and twenty during the C. R. period. And yet for the first quarter ice use of detention beds surged phone forty four thousand to over. Forty six thousand and this was before the significant migrant surge at the border. During the period of the C. R. did ice make any attempt to operate within the funding levels identified by Congress for custody operations and if so what what specific actions did it take. Thank you answer — One we continually look to utilize our detention resources in the most efficient manner as possible — Instructions are standing instructions to our field offices. Are twenty four year old field offices continue to look at their populations. To ensure that those individuals in our detained on the most appropriate for detention. Again many of those individuals that are currently detained or individuals that Congress has mandated. Must be detained by law 74% of the individuals that are currently in ice custody or commanded subject to mandatory detention. Under the immigration nationality act. The vast majority those other individuals are individuals who have been public support public safety threats. Who are gang members or individuals who may not reach the mandatory detention threshold? But we have felt that their to appropriate for detention and not a proper for any sort of released back to the community. With regard your question — During the C. R. on the numbers began it up ticket on the middle part of last summer and continue to rise to the fall not to the level that we’ve seen — Unfortunate during the calendar year FY — Nineteen however in order to prevent a wholesale catch and release system which we knew would create further incentives for individual to come to the country illegally we made a conscious decision to try to detain as many people as we possibly could. To help prevent- Rush on the border — Unfortunately the numbers continue to come as a result of the fact that many of those people we can’t detained because they are you a C. or or family units page welcome back here tos now we’re gonna go actually out to the Pentagon right now — Where there was a ceremony at the department of defense and we’re talking about the new? Defense secretary mark asper that’s him right there give me a speech and we’re also going to hear from the vice president and president. Let’s listen. Thank you Sirfor your confidence in me and for this incredible opportunity. It i an honor of a lifetime to be appointed secretary defense. And to lead the greatest military in history. And I’m specially humbled that you would be here today to celebrate this occasion. I also want to thank you Mister president for your unwavering commitment to our armed forces and to a strong national defens. Our military has made tremendous gains in recent years thanks for your leadership and today. We are ready to face any challenge anytime anywhere as we continue to stand guard around the world. Finally I would like to thank the Armed Services Committee for swift action on my nomination. And for the strong bipartisan support that I received from the entire United States Senate. The global security environment has clearly become more complex. The free and open order that is preserve the peace and sustain our prosperity for decades is under duress. Great power competition has re emerged as China and Russia stick to displace the United States and shift. The balance of power in their favor. Iran continues to sow discord and threaten its neighbors throughout the Middle East. A terrorist organizations like ISIS look for new safe havens to plot against the west. As the parm defense takes on these challenges we will continue to strengthen our military and the terror conflict in order to preserve the peace in advance. America’s interests. We will do this first by building a more lethal force when that is increasing its readiness and modernizing. For the future. Thanks to the president’s leadership and the support of Congress the last two budgets have allowed us to make significant investments towards these ends. And the next couple promised to do the same as well [inaudible] In addition. The department is on the verge of a significant change in how we organize train and equip or space forces. The president I know this is an important priority for you. And my Pentagon team is fully engaged with the armed services committees and bipartisan congressional leadership. For the first time in seventy years a new branch of the armed force. The United States space force. Second we will strengthen our alliances and attract new partners. A strong network of like minded nations are willing and able to fight together is an advantage that adversaries do not possess. But this means our allies and partners must contribute more equitably to our shared securit. As a trump is called on other nations to do more they have responded. By the end of twenty twenty all eyes will spend anadditional one hundred billion dollars on defense and unprecedented increase that will make the alliance stronger. Third we will reform the department to make the best use of every single dollar Congress gives us. Our country has many competing demands. And it is an incumbent upon us to look for ways. No matter how small the free of time money and manpower to invest back into our top priorities. We must always keep faith with the American people and be good stewards of their hard earned tax dollars. Lastly as a personal property mine will place a particular focus on the well being of our families. Our military spouses and civilians. And children of make tremendous sacrifices for this country. And in return find committed to ensuring their properly cared. For I want to thank Mrs trump. And Mr Spence for the personal attention they have devoted to our military families and for their efforts to improve the quality of life for our spouses and children throughout the armed forces. Thank you. In closing I want to thank all of our soldiers sailors airmen and marines who make up the greatest fighting force known to man. All across the world these brave Americans are standing watch to deter aggression and preserve peace. On land in the seas throughout the skies. And about the space cyberspace service members from across the army navy Air Force marines. Solemnly and confidently carry out their duties. A short by the leadership of the commander in chief. The men and women are military know. That will never send them into a fight. With the training the equipment. And the leadership they need to prevail. They know. That this administration. That this Congress and the American people have their back. And they know that when they’re deployed far away from home their families will be taken care of thank you again who Mister president for your support our military. And for allowing me. The privilege to serve our great country once again. As secretary defense. As I take on his great responsibility I will carry out my duties with the same energy and commitment to duty. And honor and country that I have for nearly four decades since my days at west point. In doing so I assure you that this department will not let our great nation down. Thank you Sir. Ladies and gentlemen is my great privilege at this time. To now welcome the vice president of th United States. Mike pence. This president. Secretary asper. Members of the cabinet. Members of Congress and of the joint chiefs of staff. And most especially. To all those who wear the uniform of the United States. And their families. And the civilians who support you. It’s a special honor to be here with all of you. At the Pentagon. The symbol of American power. And to join all of you for the full honors ceremony. Of the twenty seventh secretary of defense secretary mark T. S.. For as a men and women who serve here at the Pentagon no well. Since day one of this administration. President trump is taken decisive action to make the strongest military. In the history of the world stronger still. After years of budget cuts. President trump fought for and secured the largest increase in our national defense. In more than a generation. Including the largest military pay raise in over ten years. At the president’s direction we produce a national security strategy that puts America firs. Pursue the modernization of our nuclear arsenal. As the secretary just said our NATO allies. Adding more to our common defense than ever before. Band with the strong support. Of leaders in Congress for well on our way. To establishing that six branch of our armed forces. The United States space [inaudible] For and today. Congress will vote on a budget deal. Thanks to the president’s leadership. That preserves the historic investments we made in our national defense it provides for our veterans. And also ends the defense sequester once and for all [inaudible] Mister secretary. Because of this president’s efforts you will inherit a military better equipped. Better trained and better prepared than any military in the history of the world. In the president and I have every confidence. The you will lead the department of defense with the same dedication. And integrity then mark your twenty one your military career. Mr secretary your reputation for leadership. And your patriotism. No doubt accounts for the ninety votes that you received in the United States Senate. Confirms the confidence that the president. He’s placing in you today. So Mister secretary thank you. For answering the call to serve our country once again. President Donald Trump has no higher priority than the safety and security of the American people [inaudible] Today. By providing renewed leadership to the department of defense. Our commander in chief is taking one more critical step. To provide for the common defense of the American people. And our way of life. So now it is my high honor. And distinct privilege. To introduce your commander in chief and the forty fifth president of the United States of America. President Donald Trump [inaudible] Thank you. Well thank you very much. To a great vice president. And thank you to all of the extraordinary patriots here at the United States department of defense. The world’s largest building I’ve heard for many years the world’s largest building. And it’s under great leadership. Your devotion strength and courage keep America safe strong and free. It’s because of you that the United States military is the most powerful fighting force. On the face of the earth. I want to express our gratitude to the old guard. And to all of the service members in today’s review for their extraordinary commitment to excellence their own wavering loyalty to our nation. It is the greatest honor of my life to serve as your commander in chief. But we also recognize the incredible U. S. navy. Sea chanters. And the band for that beautiful rendition. Of our national anthem it was really beautiful and thank you very much and testing job thank you [inaudible] Thank you [inaudible] Where gathered? Here today to celebrate the swearing in of America’s new secretary of defense mark D. as per. Secretary Aspin your lifetime of noble services prepared you for this immense responsibility and that’s what it is immense. Responsibility. On behalf of our entire country. Thank you and congratulations congratulations [inaudible] I have. No doubt. I know you well. You will thrive in the performance of your duties and make. All Americans. Everybody in this great country all Americans. Very proud. To their right now very proud but they’re going to be even more so as time goes by. People of our country more than ever. Our country is respected again [inaudible] Remember that. I’m delighted that. Many members of your family can be here for this special occasion including. A wonderful wife Leah. Your mother poly. Then your children Luke and Kathryn thank you thank you very much congratulations to a great family thank you very much [inaudible] Great family. Also joining us are acting secretary Kevin. Actually than. Acting administrator Chris builder Jim director Dan coats. Representatives Kay Granger John rice Kater he and many members of the diplomatic corps. With us as well are. Many distinguished military leaders vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. General Paul Selva. As Paul will [inaudible] False. Acting secretary of the army Brian McCarthy Ryan [inaudible] Brian. By Ryan stand up right doing a great job. Your filling big shoes Ryan. Acting secretary of the airforc. Matthew Donovan. Thank you very much thank you s. Acting secretary of the navy Thomas modeli. Thank you Thomas. Army chief of staff general mark Milley. Clark thank you mark congradulations to mark. Coast Guard common dead admiral Karl Scheels. Thank you and move. Marine corps commandant general David burger. General thank you very much. The airforce chief of staff. General David goal she in general thank you very much. And she for of naval operations admiral John Richardson thank you all thank you and we’ll. Over many decades in times of war and peace mark asper has answered the call of duty he’s never failed. He hails from Uniontown Pennsylvania the hometown of his personal hero. The legendary former secretary of defense and a great one George Marshall. Mark intended the United States military academy at west point. Graduated in. Nineteen eighty six receiving a commission in the infantry. Soon he earned his tab. Ranger tab. And fought with the famed one hundred first airborne division in the Gulf War. Awarded the bronze star. And the combat infantryman badge for his service. A brave guy they all told me he’s a brave guy. I knew that anyway. In total mark served in our nation’s military for twenty one years he completed his final active duty assignment. Right here at the Pentagon one of the army staff and then returned six years later as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of defense. For negotiations polic. Over his career mark is advanced or national security in a variety of other government and private sector roles. He has worked in both houses of Congress. Advising the hello America is I can see he had some talent because he one was it. Ninety eight to what. No you that ninety right can you believe this I don’t believe it hired and ninety ninety two right. I don’t know I haven’t heard that sound in a long time mark. Now I’m worried. Ninety two eight he served as vice president of Raytheon. Along the way marker and a master’s degree at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of government and a PhD at George Washington University. In two thousand seventeen mark was sworn in as secretary of the United States Army a position or which year and universal admiration and tremendous respect. For at the department of defense secretary as per. We’ll work with more than two million service members. And hundreds of thousands of civilian employees all dedicate. To one critical mission the defense. Of the nation. And of this great nations peopl. I have absolute confidence that mark will ensure that our incredible military is fully prepared. To deter conflict. Had to defeat any flow. No enemy can match the awesome might. Of the American army. Navy Air Force Coast Guard. And the United States marines. We had a budget approval and I first came in. Billions and billions of dollars more than it was previously in the previous administration. Seven hundred billion dollars. Then I went to seven hundred and sixteen billion dollars. And I won’t even tell you what this one is I can only tell you it’s even more. Because we have rebuilt. Things that nobody ever even thought o rebuilding we’ve added the greatest planes in the world the greatest missiles in the world we’ve upgraded our nuclear. Very very powerfully [inaudible] Including new. We never want to have to use it pray to god that we never have to use it but we have the best in the world in every. Aspect of military. This site of American warriors bring solace. Into the hearts of our friends and strikes fear. Into the hearts of our enemies. Our military today is more powerful. As far. In ever. Before. Three years ago we could not have said that could we wan. We’re giving our war fighters the tools they need to fight and win with overwhelming force. After years and years of budget cuts at all of the things that they’ve been doing. To set us back with our military we have more than made up. For all of i. We’re building new tanks and ships and submarines and planes and missile systems to ensure that our warriors operate with unrivaled capability in conflic. Any battlefield. we win. a battle field on which- We have given our service members their largest pay raise. In nearly a decade. Down under this administration we have faced a challenge of our time. With clear eyes fresh thinking. And bold determination. Our first priority. Is always the safety and sovereignty of our nation and our citizens. Here at home we have deployed military forces to confront the grey’s national security crisis. On our southern border and I want to thank all of the great military leaders for the help you’ve given us on our southern border and as you know. Mexico is now deployed. Twenty one thousand troops. Which is something they’ve never done before. And they’ve been a tremendous help tremendous difference in the numbers very rapidly. And we wnt to thank the country of Mexico and the president. No nation can be safe. Or secure that fails to control its borders. In Syria and Iraq thanks to the bravery of our warriors and their allies the ISIS territorial caliphate has been 1100%. And just absolutely destroyed. And we did it in a very. Quick moment of time. As soon as I said I want to do it and I want to do it fast — Military kicked kicked in and it happened very very quickly. Today we stand not far from where terrorist attack the Pentagon on nine eleven claiming one hundred and eighty four precious lives. We will never forget the immortal sacrifice of those American patriots. We vowed to do whatever it takes to protect our homeland to safeguard our people from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism. And to preserve American freedo. Around the world America faces new threats and strategic rivals seems like all the time. We have met this competition with on match confidence purpos. And resolve. We talked to all of and they talk to us. With great great. Respect. They respect our country so much more than they have for many many decades right now they respect us more than they have in many. Many years. And it’s only going to get more so. We are insuring American dominance across every war fighting domain to land air sea cyber and now space. That is why under secretary espers leadership. We will as bike. And market has already said. But it’s so exciting say. Whenever I make a speech people start. The only while they stand up and they collapse but I can’t sit him down and I have to wait because they say well launching the United States. Space force. They go. Absolutely wild they understand that’s where it’s going to be at and then we’re going to be there and we’re gonna be there in every way. That you can. As we aim ever higher I know the men and women of this department will never let up. And never rest easy. Together we will fulfill our sacred mission to protect the greatest nation in the history of the world. The United States of America. With unyielding strength we will defend our country. We will defend our people. And we will proudly defend our great American flag. Secretary asper congradulations again to you and your family this is an incredible. Day. In the life in fabled history of the United States secretary. Of defense given see that. Looking into the can do you ever see that one as I watch all of these great men and women. You’re going to do a great job I have no doubt absolutely no doubt [inaudible] No doubt. We cannot wait to see all that you will achieve for our nation as the new secretary of defense. I want to thank everybody for being here very special people god bless you and god bless our military and god bless America thank you very much everybody thank you is a viral video you t even seen it would. Surprise yeah I’m gonna be showing it here on news now there is a toddler who took a little airport. He didn’t get injured he broke his hand. We have that video for you not only him crawling on the conveyor belt where it goes once you lose your suitcase. Airport check in. We have many of the behind the scenes to and when they found him. Showing that and then also senator Joe hand still brand is going to be at a round table again today this time on climate change. I always like to hear a little bit in on those insights definitely yeah the race the twenty twenty in the road there continues on and we’ll have much more on fox ten phoenix.com. Coming up in just a little bit thanks Christy — Before we leave here today let’s go back out to the Pentagon where we’re showing — The military review here it’s always great to show off our great military take a look . The United States [inaudible] Well . The habeas claim is made from individual being hello detainer filled gladly take them out. But at the look. The the Tanur issue understand some people throw that up as a retainer in argument but look I’m gonna tell you

Nicolae Ceausescu LAST SPEECH



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FAO Policy Series: Global Governance



the world is increasingly complex and interconnected international agreement and collective action are needed more than ever before global governance sounds like a really big topic and it really is it's where we try to bring the world together to solve the big problems of our time be biodiversity feed water and watersheds that spend various countries the fishing in the areas beyond national jurisdiction health issues for infectious diseases sets bread borders it's where problems that can't be solved anywhere else at national level at regional level need to be discussed and coordinated among all countries global governance is not a setting up a different government it's making the governments that we have work better together countries sometimes complain that these processes take many many years sometimes decades to come to an agreement but still it's much more efficient than everybody negotiating with everybody on every tiny little business we have a very important principle we call it the multilateral principle every country really has one vote it's very cluesive because in the UN system every country is the same right to speak and therefore the weaker countries have a chance to get included in the process and have their voices heard it gives the small island developing states for example who are most exposed to the ravages of climate change who could be literally made to vanish it gives them the strongest position to dialogue with the other nations who have the capacity to really change our response to climate because the world is so complex we have to take this bull at the horn and really work together and really bring everybody on board to to get the solution to these problems and to have an inclusive solution will take longer it will be more tedious but I think we'll get to a solution that everyone can support

UK Government for Dummies… and Americans



the UK held an election on Thursday but it wasn't a regular election it was a snap election to sort of say okay for real though brexit for real this time if you've heard anything about the results you know that it was fairly controversial in anything but a landslide after a few requests on Friday I put my video topic for this week up for a vote on Twitter that's why you should follow me on there as you can see UK politics got 43% so just like the Tories it wins when you what not all democracies work the same way and here in America we have a number of misconceptions about other democracies in the world particularly when it comes to the United Kingdom because of that in an effort to explain how the British government works I'm going to relate it to how the US government works so while this video is supposed to explain how the UK works to non Brits I suppose any Brits who are watching could reverse-engineer what I'm about to say to learn about the US so yeah two for one first we need to get some structure and vocabulary out of the way the United Kingdom is a country in the British Isles some of you may know this but the official name of the UK is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland where is Great Britain this is Great Britain the largest island in the British Isles and on Great Britain there are three countries England Scotland and Wales so the United Kingdom is a country that's made up of four countries England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland if it helps you can think of these four countries like States they each have their own government in Parliament which capitulate to the overall United Kingdom government just like how States fall under the federal government the term British refers to all of them and while you can call all of the people British some of them might take offense to that the first misconception the Queen is just a figurehead this is something that Americans like to say because it's something they've heard over and over in the media or in school perhaps is a way to dean legitimate the idea that the United Kingdom is still a monarchy but it's simply not true here in America we have a president this president has many roles like head of government head of state chief executive and commander-in-chief these are all very different jobs all lumped into one person but in the UK they have two people the Prime Minister or PM who is the head of government and chief executive and the monarch who is the head of state and the commander in chief since here in America one person does all of these things we don't really pay that much attention to the differences and may not even realize that they exist so let's break him down a bit the head of state is the leader of the people not necessarily the government in the United Kingdom the government serves in Her Majesty's name and by her permission but I'll get to that later in America most of the background responsibilities of the head of state are performed by the Secretary of State but in the United Kingdom all of these responsibilities follow the Queen she appoints all of the ambassadors to other countries in fact the British ambassador to the United States is not the British ambassador he is a representative of the crown not the government and is therefore Her Majesty's ambassador to the United States of America and the United States does not have an ambassador to the UK it's the ambassador of the United States to the court of st. James which is the Royal Court of the Queen in practice they are obviously ambassadors to and from the government but in reality they are tuned from the crown separate from the government quick sidenote the crown is the position the Queen is the person the Queen is also commander-in-chief of the military in the United States when you join the military you're swearing to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States which says that you'll obey the lawful orders of the President but in the United Kingdom and some of the Commonwealth nations you're swearing allegiance to the crown not the Constitution not your government and not your country all of the ships in the Royal Navy are HMS for Her Majesty's ship now in practice the government through the Ministry of Defence spelled with a C runs the day-to-day operations of the military but in the end she is the commander-in-chief and she has the power to declare war not Parliament it's the reverse in the US the president runs day-to-day operations and Congress declares war the Queen has a number of other functions that don't come with a nice neat label like the president she appoints judges in England and Wales anyway the court system there is royal until 2005 the House of Lords which I'll get to later acted as the Supreme Court now there's a separate body but it's still appointed by the crown the queen is also the head of the church since we have a secular government we don't have a state religion we don't really have an equivalent to that here in the US so if it helps you can think of her as the Anglican Pope and like the president she has final veto power or Royal Assent on all acts of parliament which then makes them law the crown is not exercised its veto power in over 300 years but still it is there so it is still possible just to make things more complicated the crown is also the head of state for many of the Commonwealth nations like Canada Australia and New Zealand which is why she's on all the money there she has less power over there but power nonetheless so now let's talk about the prime minister who is the head of government and the chief executive this means is that person is the actual leader of the government and runs its day-to-day operations the cabinet is chosen by the Prime Minister and they mostly run government departments much like the cabinet in the u.s. in the u.s. we have a Secretary of State a Secretary of Defense and 20 others not all of them are heads of government departments in the UK they have a Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs a Secretary of State for Defence and again strangely enough 20 others these names are usually shortened to Foreign Secretary and defence secretary again spelled with a C unlike in the US the UK cabinet does not require approval from Congress or the Parliament so how is the Prime Minister chosen this is what the election on Thursday was about but the people don't directly vote for Prime Minister we don't directly vote for president either but that's complicated and there are dozens of videos out there on the Electoral College and for those of you who follow my channel regularly you don't have a pretty strict no beating dead horses policy when it comes to my content so go watch some of those so again how is the Prime Minister chosen the United Kingdom has two houses of parliament the House of Commons and the House of Lords the House of Lords is the upper house and consists of 800 appointees by the Queen yet another way how she still has significant power the House of Lords is actually the shortened name the real name is the right honourable the Lords Spiritual and temporal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament assembled there the bishops of the church or the Lords Spiritual and the hereditary Lords Duke Barons and counts who are the Lords temporal all acts of parliament go through them before they go to the Queen they can scrutinize and amend the acts but they can't prevent them from becoming law so if you want to talk about who the figurehead is the House of Commons is the elected lower house you can kind of think of it like the US House of Representatives the United Kingdom is divided up into 650 constituencies you can kind of think of this like the 435 congressional districts although those are way larger you have to remember that the UK is the size of Oregon with the populations of California and Texas crammed in typically a constituency represents around 70,000 people whereas in the u.s. it can vary widely because of how we apportion them by state what's the lowest being 526 thousand and Rhode Island and the highest being 990 4,000 on Montana with the average still being about ten times as many people anyway each of these constituencies is represented by a member of parliament or MP and this is what the people are voting for they don't directly vote for Prime Minister each constituency is a race for local representation and for national governments each member of parliament is chosen by a simple majority which just means whoever got the most votes which means there are some constituencies represented by an MP who only got 24% of the vote but they were still the highest voted candidate and that can only happen because the UK is a multi-party system unlike the US with our two-party system they still only have two main ones but in the election on Thursday nine parties won seats the United States has 538 electoral votes for president so someone must get 270 votes in order to win the United Kingdom has 650 constituencies so a party must get 326 in order to win I said party there because again people are not directly voting for Prime Minister they vote for their MP who represents a party the party that gets the most MPs chooses their prime minister you usually know who that's going to be before the vote but there is no primary it's selected by the party but what happens when no party gets the required 326 which is what happened on Thursday they can form a coalition government the Conservatives also known as the Tories won 318 seats the Labour Party spelled with a u won 262 these are the two main parties and you can kind of think of them as Republicans and Democrats and they hold similar views to their US counterparts the next biggest party is the Scottish National Party at 35 seeds and as you may have guessed they only ever win in Scotland and ever since the vote for brexit they've been pushing for independence then at 12 seats are the Liberal Democrats who formed a coalition government with the Tories in 2010 and then the Democratic Unionist Party with 10 seats are the ultra right-wing party if it helps you can think of them like the Tea Party and then there are four other smaller parties which I'm not going to talk about because come on the screen is already pretty full so the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats formed a coalition government in the past which just means that the two parties got together in order to cross the 326 threshold they elect the main candidates party for prime minister and usually share some cabinet positions so why didn't they form a coalition this time because of brexit the Liberal Democrats are very much against brexit while the Conservatives are now apparently for it I say that with some uncertainty because the Conservatives weren't always for it in the last general election in 2015 in order to sway you tip voters the Tories promised to have a referendum on whether or not the UK should leave the EU or the British exit or brexit that quasi unstated coalition helped them win the Tories didn't really think that the people would go for it but in 2016 they did so David Cameron resigned since then there's been a lot of turmoil and media coverage over whether the people honestly really knew what it was that they were voting for so the new PM Theresa main called for a snap election as I said in the beginning this was more or less a revote on brexit without calling it that in order to save face so now that we're caught up back to the election results on Thursday the Conservatives didn't get the 326 majority so in order to at least make the process easier they have to form a coalition government with one of the other parties labour is against brexit the Scottish National Party is against it and the Liberal Democrats are against it but the DUP is for it and that's who they're going to form a coalition with which will put them at 320 eight seats and that's why I also didn't mention the smaller parties because while they could form a coalition with the Green Party in their one seat that really wouldn't make that much of a difference the coalition with the DUP is controversial because they're super right-wing stance on the issues like being against abortion gay marriage and other LGBT rights but when it comes to UK independence from the EU there you go could the Labour Party have formed a coalition to get to the required 326 in theory yes but it would have had to include the DUP and at least three other parties so no so the Prime Minister is chosen from whichever party has the majority in the House of Commons and then they go to the Queen in order to ask for permission to form a government they could in theory do away with everything that's already established and form an entirely new government which would be chaos and they likely lose in a vote of no-confidence which is like impeachment but way easier so they don't but then they fill the cabinet in order to lead the various ministries and because of that the UK government is referred to as a single-party government unlike in the u.s. where the president can be from one party and the houses of Congress can be from another everything from the Prime Minister on down all belong to one party the second-largest party in the House of Commons has been known as the opposition and their leader is known as the leader of the Opposition that person doesn't really have any power outside of the one-on-one debate they have with the Prime Minister in sessions of Parliament so the next time you hear the American media say that Theresa May was re-elected or you hear that the Queen is just a figurehead or a tourist attraction hopefully now you'll know better my one-year anniversary is next week and I'm almost to a thousand subscribers so stay tuned for a special video soon but if you enjoyed that video or you learn something make sure to give that like button a click if you'd like to see more from me I put out new videos every Sunday so make sure you will like that subscribe button also make sure to follow me on Facebook and Twitter and join the conversation on the reddit so you can have some input on my future videos but in the meantime if you'd like to watch one of my older videos how about this one