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Fresh "NBC" from KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:33 min | 9 min ago

Fresh "NBC" from KYW 24 Hour News

"Is blocked now looks like an issue on 42 south, just past Creek Road Report of a crash. No problems on to 95 or route 55. The Farmer's Almanac is predicting a cold and snowy winter. Is your home prepared when donation will help you beat the weather by offering to free windows for every two you buy. 866 90 Nation or visit window nation dot com. I'm Justin Jobbik Indicator W. 24 Hour traffic Center. Mostly clear this evening's of low clouds and fog return overnight as we head down to 62 degrees. Some thick fog to start drizzle is well tomorrow, becoming partly sunny in the afternoon. The NBC 11th Alert forecast high for tomorrow. 76. It's 66 degrees now in Lansdale, 66 Fairless Hills. And 67 of the Acme An autobahn newjersey, sponsored by Acme Acme is hiring Goto acme markets dot com slash careers came wind w news radio presents Live and learn Education in a cove in 19 world pandemic is expected to widen the academic achievement gap and could put a generation of students at risk for learning loss. As we hear from cable to you, Suzanne Monahan. Disparities between upper and lower class students have been magnified a schools across the country. MOVED. CURRICULUM online. We are in a state of rapid,.

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Conservatives Slam Moderator Kristen Welker Ahead of Final Debate

Charlie Parker

00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

Conservatives Slam Moderator Kristen Welker Ahead of Final Debate

"Political slammed President Trump for amplifying allegations of bias against another presidential debate, moderator. The president. Retweeted info about the next moderators Deep Democrat party roots has reported by The New York Post. NBC News correspondent Kristen Welker spent Christmas 2012 at the White House with the Obama's Her parents have given tens of thousands of dollars to Democrats. She herself is known as an activist, not a reporter.

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Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on John McCulloch

John McCulloch

00:43 min | 33 min ago

Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on John McCulloch

"Against Democrat Joe Biden. White House correspondent Greg Clugston is with the president. The president will participate in Thursday's debate, but he complains that it will be very unfair. Returning from a campaign trip in the West, he told reporters aboard Air Force one that it's very unfair that again. We have an anchor who is totally biased. He was referring to NBC's Kristen Welker. Who will moderate the debate in Nashville. Mr. Trump has previously criticized Chris Wallace of Fox News, who moderated the first debate. Greg Clugston at joint base Andrews in Maryland. The Justice Department is suing Google alleging any trust violations, New York University law professor Eleanor Fox says the Justice Department case argues Google maintains Monopoly power through exclusionary practices US against Microsoft, which they complain heavily relies upon. Interprets the Sherman Act in a rather progressive good way to prevent a very from using all sorts of tactics to keep out the rivals on Wall Street. The Dow up by 113 points, the NASDAQ Rose 37 the SNP advance 16 oil up 68 cents to 41 51 a barrel. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Tell me what a relief. Thank you. It's so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question. Pete have Talbot, the father and son, Founders of.

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Mike 'Doc' Emrick, beloved voice of hockey in US, retires

Clark Howard

01:19 min | 13 hrs ago

Mike 'Doc' Emrick, beloved voice of hockey in US, retires

"It wass bittersweet for me to hear about Doc Emmerich of NBC Sports retiring after what has been an incredible career. Hey, is ah man who has been behind the MIC for so many He memorable and really Hallmark moments in hockey over the last five decades. He's been on NHL games on NBC and NBC Sports for the last 15 years. He was the play by play announcer for the New Jersey Devils for more than 20 years. He called 22 a Stanley Cup finals. Eight Sports Emmy Awards for his play by play, including seven in a row. If you can believe that he's worked for pretty much every network there is out there He is a hockey Hall of Fame er as well. And as much as I love what he does in the NHL, I think my favorites were hearing him on the Olympic hockey broadcast. And so in light of Doc Emmerich retiring and riding off into the Pittsburgh sunset on and there's a really cool video essay that he did as a tribute to fans. If you haven't seen it, it will give you chills it, Mike cause you to tear up on, so I would love it. If you would check it out on our show Twitter or my Twitter, a law radio and just Google it if you're not on social media, because it's worth five minutes of your time,

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Fresh "NBC" from Jeff Katz

Jeff Katz

00:37 sec | 48 min ago

Fresh "NBC" from Jeff Katz

"Can't news radio Harvey a time for us to get a check traffic from the my insurance. Dr dot com. Traffic Center official Insurance of News radio W. R V. A on earlier accident is still blocking a right lane on 95 South bound near South Park Boulevard at Exit 53. We're also seeing delays both directions on Jeff Davis near West 100. Some slow traffic on Whole Street headed out found an incident just after 2 88. With traffic. I'm staying at the stone. Our NBC 12 forecast A news radio w R A for this evening.

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Debate Commission says it will mute mics at final debate

WBBM Evening News

00:33 sec | 19 hrs ago

Debate Commission says it will mute mics at final debate

"After the free for all that marked the first Trump Biden debate, The presidential debate Commission says it's adding a mute button to the mix with restrictions. Hoping to cut down on the interruptions Thursday night. CBS is Nicole Scag a has more on the topics to be covered. According to the commission moderator, NBC News is Kristen Welker has chosen the following topics. For the October 22nd match. Up fighting. Covad 19 American Families Race in America Climate change National Security and leadership

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Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 min | 48 min ago

Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"The final presidential debate airing this Thursday from Nashville, Tennessee, Kristen Welker of NBC News is moderating and no, she's not going to get a mute button to cut off the candidate interrupting the other person. But she is operating under new rules announced by the commission on presidential debates and agreed upon by both campaigns. Here's what's happening. There will be six different topics discussed at the start of each topic. Each candidate gets two minutes for opening remarks. While the candidate is delivering opening remarks, the mike of the other candidate is off. So if they try to interrupt, you're not going to hear him unless they yell, I guess after the opening statements, both microphones are on and it's fair game and you can hear the debate here on BBC news radio Thursday night beginning at 9 P.m.. Secretary of the Commonwealth's Bill Galan says more than 800,000 people about 17% of registered voters have already cast ballots for next month's election. In fact, that number getting into even bigger as we head through the day today, some very large numbers off those voting early Somerville woman coming to the rescue for Malian voters in her community. Why the abuses, Matt? Sure explain. Caroline Kleeman was bombed. When she didn't get in. I voted sticker with her mail in ballot. So she did the most millennial thing ever. She went on Amazon. I picked one that I like and I bought 1000 of them. Sounds expensive, Right or wrong. I was about $10 to rather than try and make her money back by selling stickers to fellow mail in voters. Carolina spreading the love. I've mailed them to friends and family around the country. I have had people from around the neighborhood stop by and pick up envelopes with a couple of stickers. And I've also been putting them near the Somerville drop boxes. So far, she's been met with nothing but excitement, after all, isn't the best part about voting when you get all those likes on your social Media sticker picture match your W B Z Boston's News Radio New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, reminding residents of his city that voting ahead of next month's election is about to begin. Or from correspondent James Flippen. Saturday is when early voting.

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Cameron Peak Fire: Colorado is fighting its largest wildfire in history

NBC Nightly News

00:14 sec | 22 hrs ago

Cameron Peak Fire: Colorado is fighting its largest wildfire in history

"Northern Colorado firefighters continue to push through high winds and low visibility scrambling to contain the monster Cameron peak fire burning since mid August. Now, the largest wildfire in history at more than two hundred thousand acres

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Mike 'Doc' Emrick, beloved voice of hockey in US, retires

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:21 sec | 1 d ago

Mike 'Doc' Emrick, beloved voice of hockey in US, retires

"Of ice hockey. Doc Emmerich is retiring at the age of 74 after calling 22 Stanley Cup finals in six Winter Olympics. Was NBC's lead hockey announcer, The last 10 years after 21 seasons as the voice of the New Jersey Devils, he called over 3700 games dating back to his days in the minors in the 19 seventies. Long time,

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Suspect barricaded on Paramount Studios lot, police say - CNN

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Suspect barricaded on Paramount Studios lot, police say - CNN

"Say a suspect was arrested this morning after he barricaded himself at Paramount Studios in Hollywood. The LAPD says Fullerton police attempted to arrest a sexual assault suspect when they tried to detain him. He brought out a knife, LAPD and Fuller's and officers were unable to arrest him. He escaped to a nearby paramount lot. And barricaded himself inside a building on successful negotiation attempts, Force police to go inside and arrest him. No officers were injured. NBC says The man was hospitalized with self inflicted stab wounds.

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Los Angeles Woman From Woodland Hills Reunited With Family After Going Missing In Utah’s Zion National Park

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Los Angeles Woman From Woodland Hills Reunited With Family After Going Missing In Utah’s Zion National Park

"Woodland Hills woman who's been missing for Almost two weeks in Zion National Park in Utah, Holly Corday was found alive the Rangers she's recovering from the ordeal. She got lost on the hike. She was out there by herself. Sister Gillian, telling ABC that the family and volunteers had an intense search for her in the park. I went out with a very experienced hiker, and we actually said, you know, we're going to step off the trails. We're gonna look where he could be now. One point we're hanging on the edge of a cliff and rocks are falling on us. And I thought Oh, my gosh, if this is my sister You know, I did, at one point think. How could she live Through this? The family says the 30 year old had lost a job as a nanny was traveling the country and a converted van just visiting the national parks. An experienced hiker Park Ranger told the NBC that she had taken a blanket with her, but the cell phone she'd left behind. She did not leave an itinerary. She did not leave. Any idea of where she was planning on going from. Another part is there led to her being found this morning. President Trump

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Family's mission to provide desks for kids in need

NBC Nightly News

02:33 min | 1 d ago

Family's mission to provide desks for kids in need

"Still to come the family building better lives for kids one desk at a time. There's good news tonight about how a little would and a whole lot of hard work can improve the. of So many children. Family bonding. The couch family involves lots of power tools. For. The past few weeks they've been on a mission everyday, you'll get home from work. We make all the desk we can till the sun goes down and it's time for bed and and then weekends we've been making desk nonstop they're working so hard because these desks are so desperately needed by kids doing their schooling remotely without a place to Work Mitch Couch knows firsthand how real that need is after his own kids started attending classes virtually when I was doing school I was on my bed and it was really hard to. Because I wanted to fall asleep. A few hours and pieces of plywood later, Haley had a new desk of her own. What we need to do is separate the home life in the School Life Mitch shared a photo of that I desk seventeen quarter and posted a youtube tutorial on how he did it everything started blowing up. It was crazy suddenly parents in need started reaching out. Now the couches are providing desks for families you have three nephews that need. Foster Kids we've got seven desk going out to foster kids seems like a simple thing but I think in the kid's world that's really important timothy shelters. I mean a lot for the children to have their own workspace and you know not having to share with. Other children we really prohibiting is doing here. They've donated more than sixty so far but that's just part of it that tutorial Mitch posted online we're gonNA. Cut It's become a blueprint for others inspiring. An Army of desk makers from Hawaii to Ohio to Massachusetts volunteers are building dozens of desks for kids in need but for Mitch, perhaps the biggest payoff is closer to home there's nothing greater than teaching your family, how to use tolls and teaching his kids the importance of using what you have to help others it's been so fun making like for kids that don't have a way to learn at home. How to use tools Mitch and his family planned to keep building at least thirty desks a week that is NBC nightly news on this Sunday Lester Holt. We'll be back with you tomorrow. I'm Kate Snow for all of us here at NBC News Stay Safe and have a great night.

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Philadelphia looms large for Trump in election

NBC Nightly News

02:17 min | 1 d ago

Philadelphia looms large for Trump in election

"Just weeks from Election Day. Tension outside early voting sites, fueling fears of confrontations and voter intimidation at the polls, we need every able bodied man woman to join army for trump's election security operation trump campaign calling for thousands to monitor with the president insists is an election rigged against him. I think my supporters to go into the polls and watch very carefully. It's just important that voters know the truth Al Smith a Republican. Election Commissioner in battleground Pennsylvania, can we met in a mock polling place pushing back at the president's allegations? There are all sorts of safeguards built in the system rules vary by state, but watchers are designated and trained by parties and candidates one from each side in the room at a time on election here where could a poll watcher be in this environment? A watcher could be back there behind. You over there over there, they can't be behind the machines. These people can't be stopping voters and talking to people and raising their hands and making objections. That's right. They can't stop voters they can't harass voters they should approach the judge of elections there in the room all the time during the room all the time both sides also watching closely outside polling places at this Philadelphia election site. Abidin. Poll. Monitor different than a poll watcher who's allowed inside confirms voters had no problems. I think it's important to make sure the processes smooth for as many people as possible team Biden says the president's accusations about fraud go too far bad things happen in Philadelphia bad things presents rhetoric grossly irresponsible is unquestionably vote suppression tool it is. So outlandish is very difficult to imagine that many boaters around the country. Actually take what he has to say seriously, team trump insists it's playing by the rules. So you're Hornets who would say that this army is out to suppress vokes to voters. You would say it's a totally false narrative. Why would we want to suppress voters in a state that we won by forty four thousand boats encouraging people to go into our website and B. Trains and engage in proper pull watching process just weeks to go voters already turning out in historic numbers hoping it's a free and fair

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Twitter Removes White House Adviser's Tweet Saying Masks Do Not Prevent COVID-19

NBC Nightly News

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Twitter Removes White House Adviser's Tweet Saying Masks Do Not Prevent COVID-19

"And Kelly today twitter removed a message from trump medical advisor about. What happened there? Dr Scott Atlas who is not an infectious disease expert buddies advising the president on cove it tweeted masks. No that was taken down and other trump health officials say masks are necessary and effective kate. Kelly Donald. Thank you

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Whitmer says Trump continues to encourage 'domestic terrorism' with rhetoric

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Whitmer says Trump continues to encourage 'domestic terrorism' with rhetoric

"Governor Gretchen Whitmer is accusing President Trump of inciting domestic terrorism as NPR's Joel Rose reports. Wittmer made the statement today in response to Trump's campaign rhetoric in her state yesterday at a rally in Michigan President Trump criticized Wimmer's efforts to contain the Corona virus, drawing shots of lock her up from the crowd. Trump also made light of a militia groups plot to kidnap the Democratic governor that the FBI says it disrupted earlier this month. Whitmer responded on NBC's Meet the press. The president is at it again and inspiring and inciting. This kind of domestic terrorism. It is wrong. It's got toe end, Whitmer said. The president's rhetoric is dangerous for public servants who are trying to protect their constituents trumps daughter in law. Lara Trump disagrees, She told CNN the president was just quote having fun at a rally. Joel Rose. NPR news

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'SNL' mocks the Trump and Biden town halls

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

'SNL' mocks the Trump and Biden town halls

"Saturday night Live is securing President Trump for Retweeting, a conspiracy theory claiming Osama bin Laden was still alive. Last night show Lampoon The presidential race is competing town halls this week, Kate McKinnon playing Savannah Guthrie, the moderator of Mr Trump's NBC Town Hall. McKinnon, telling Alec Baldwin, who plays President Trump that he can't retweet things like that, because he's quote, not just someone's crazy uncle. Really, because this conversation we're having right now is a preview of Thanksgiving dinner. And a lot of American households, so crazy uncles stand back and stand by In the rendition of Mr Biden's ABC Town Hall, Jim Carey played the Democratic nominee as Mr Rogers.

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Interview with Athena Karknis And Parveen Kahr On Manifest

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

04:15 min | 2 d ago

Interview with Athena Karknis And Parveen Kahr On Manifest

"Playing Greystone Athena cartoonist and playing Vanni. Bar Is Parveen car on manifest. They update US ON THEIR CHARACTERS Minus depressed because she had her. PTSD. It's a direct. Sorry. It's a direct pickup from. The cliffhanger at the end of season. One. We picked straight up from there like same clothing even your same day. It's the same day. Still recovering from what she went through in episode fourteen season one where she's Like held hostage and has had a gun pointed at her face and I think the last couple of episodes in season one, she just was really at a breaking point So that's where we pick up a SAMBA you. I mean as direct copy that was pretty quickly skip ahead. A little bit, and so grace's a little more pregnant. We learn in that for CEPA assode who the DAD is. Obviously I'm not going to divulge that now but it's actually it's really the way they the way we learn it is very interesting and surprising. So like even I was surprised when I read it, what are you both like most about your character I like most about her she's definitely smarter than I am. Which is nice. She's better at math. Really Nice. I don't it just like how just determine like she just wants to figure it out you know and I really. Appreciate that about her. She's definitely a workaholic. She has the type of work ethic that we can all kind of dream of having hence why she's gotten so far in her field you know. Why I think That's my favorite thing about her like she's definitely a hustler and she's GonNa and we'll see in season two like she'll go to any length to figure it out and if that. Manifests in her doing some really questionable things like she's she's about it. Yes. She's about it whereas Sunday's character. Yeah. I. Texted her the day after I'd rather race inscriptions. Ear. grace's really unflappable and she's much more patient and she's like the archetypal mother like she bakes cookies and she's But she's a really like patient and loving and understanding. She's everyone's rock and I would like a little more of that my life I'm a bit of a hothead and like. You. Know I can be want patients. Sometimes I need to channel my integrase. Try. I'm not quite as graceful grace about new themes or even tones sees it's definitely darker to lock arms. And I feel like it's a lot less about the first season was really about. managing relationships, and how this crazy event has thrown everyone into a tailspin as far as relationships. Wise. Yeah. And everyone kind of recovering from that and I feel like season two is really about. The death date and I mean a lot of it is really trying to. I would say that's the overarching thing and really trying to overcome that and trying to beat it really beat beat death fruit just basically more confused. But it's very there a lot a lot how it's been hard challenging for us today because there's so many things that happened in season two and we don't WANNA real reveal any of them because they're all spoilers and it's all very exciting and it's all very huge in you know even a small detail the revolutionary say. Then, you realize no wait. Yeah. Yeah. So we've all we've all been very cautiously biting tongues today, but what happens in season two and as far as the mystery goes like a lot of. Other. Questions open out and like new things unfold the don't necessarily you know. Close any doors as far as resolution of like Oh. That's the answer to the S. it's just like we'll wait more questions more questions. Look for manifest on NBC check your listings.

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'SNL' flips between Trump, Biden town halls

The Retirement Trailhead

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

'SNL' flips between Trump, Biden town halls

"Of President Trump for Retweeting, a conspiracy theory claiming Osama bin Laden was still alive. Last night Show Lampoon this week's dueling town halls of Joe Biden and President Trump. Kate McKinnon played Savannah Guthrie, who moderated trumps Town Hall on NBC until Trump played by Alec Baldwin that you can't just retweet things like that. Because you're not just some Because you're not just someone's crazy Uncle Billy because this conversation we're having right now is a preview of Thanksgiving dinner at a lot of American household. So crazy uncles stand back Simba in the Democratic Town hall. Jim Carey play Joe Biden as Mr Rogers and Teo from a Lopez

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Washington DC Teachers Rally Against In-Person Instruction

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Washington DC Teachers Rally Against In-Person Instruction

"Yesterday D C. Public school teachers rallied against in person instruction set to start next month. It happened outside of Woodrow Wilson High School in in the midday at the rally, Teachers said that the November 9th return of pre K through fifth graders will not be safe. NBC four spoke with teacher Tina Bradshaw Smith. About her concerns. I love mother things I've been teaching for 30 years. I love them to death. But I can't teach when I'm dead. D C. Public schools. Reopening plan includes medical grade air filter scheduling and enhanced social distancing

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Tampa Bay Rays Beat Houston Astros

NBC Sports

00:11 sec | 2 d ago

Tampa Bay Rays Beat Houston Astros

"Tampa Bay Rays have won the American League pennant winning Game seven over the Houston Astros 42 tonight, Randy arose Arena with a two run homer in the 1st 7th homer of his playoffs. A rookie record.

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Trump rallies in Wisconsin after state reports record-high COVID cases

NBC Nightly News

02:03 min | 2 d ago

Trump rallies in Wisconsin after state reports record-high COVID cases

"The president's rallies this weekend, not just a political flashpoint, but a public health one is well with local government and health officials. Warning the large crowds could become super spreader events in states where the numbers are hitting record highs Garrett Hake is in Wisconsin with more. Tonight. A crowd of thousands of mostly masculine trump supporters packed together on an airport tarmac I a mask I might put it on if I sit down to somebody. But. I'm healthy and I'm not that concerned about it. It's overblown. Wisconsin's governor accusing the president of encouraging a super spreader event with tonight's campaign rally sure would ask him personally. Where a mask. Be physically distant. He'll do that. There's been no indication that he's. Willing to do. This is Wisconsin sets records for new cases and hospitalizations. This week more than fifteen hundred Wisconsin is have died of covid nineteen prompting a group of doctors to warn of dire consequences. President trump's rallies endanger public health, and they have become platforms for him to spread medically inaccurate information that puts people's lives at risk right here in Wisconsin the White House is owned Corona Virus, taskforce places Wisconsin, and it's red zone for new cases the most dangerous category warning of rapid worsening the virus in the state over the last week and urging social distancing to the maximum degree. Possible. Trump rallies aren't known for social distancing crowds in the thousands regularly sit or stand press together for hours. Beforehand, masks are required for entry but often discarded inside. At last night's rally in Macon Georgia. A trump supporting democratic state representative went crowd surfing the President returns to Wisconsin at a time of possession peril for his campaign. Recent polling shows him trailing Joe, Biden. By an average of six points here the president's last plan trip here canceled at the last minute the president himself was diagnosed with corona buyers

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Senator repeatedly mispronounces Kamala Harris' name at Trump rally

NBC Nightly News

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Senator repeatedly mispronounces Kamala Harris' name at Trump rally

"President led his anxiety show last night in Macon Georgia. Could you imagine if I lose my whole life? What am I going to? I'm going to say I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics. That same Georgia crowd witnessed a campaign controversy when Senator David Purdue up for reelection appear to mockingly flood the name of his Senate colleague Kamala Harris the most insidious thing. Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden are trying to perpetrate end Barney and Elizabeth? Amok Mama Mama. I. Don't know. Whatever Georgia Democrats pounced calling it a racist tactic produce campaign responded that he simply mispronounced Senator Harris's name and he didn't mean anything by it.

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"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Actors is much less than one percent when you train your workforce thousands of sales people to go out and intil doctors that there's less than one percent chance of addiction if you take this drug and you know that there's no study that you've done and no reliable study that anybody else else's ever done that says that then of course you're telling a lie of course you are put you told nbc that moore's assessment is deeply flawed that oxycontin represents less than two percent of current opioid prescriptions and today's crisis is driven by illegal trafficking and abuse of heroin and illicit fenton all but more and his colleagues have already recruited twenty three states to the 'cause you gonna win this fight i'm win this fight i'm keep kicking them until they give up cynthia mcfadden nbc news new york still ahead tonight diagnosing adhd the new guidance for concerned parents catch it and treat it in young children also relive magic and the majesty snapshots just released from the official royal wedding album we're back now with important health news a potential major leap forward in diagnosing adhd and children new evidence shows it's not just a behavioral problem but a biological condition related to brain development suggesting it can be diagnosed at an early age nbc's raimo alice explains space space park park mary mary nathan vannice was only three years old when his mother noticed something wasn't quite right you really needed to make eye contact with him to get him to listen by five he was diagnosed with adhd adhd is a very real biological condition that is manifest vary early on in life in fact as early as four years old according to a new study researchers compared brain scans of ninety young children and found those with adhd symptoms also had smaller brain volume especially in the frontal lobe the area that controls motor function attention and decision making that sounds startling dramatic to me it's not subtle it was throughout the brain neuropsychologist mark mahone says the study does not recommend more children have brain scans but it does suggest parents should have children tested as soon as they show symptoms like excessive talking and extreme trouble concentrating because with.

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"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"You you feel better today mom they'd been married almost forty seven years the sheriff says it took officers just four minutes to confront the gunman after the first shots were fired after a gunfight and intense negotiations he then surrender about twenty five minutes later leicester all right gave you tears thank you that's turn out a hawaii as we take a look at that angry volcano continuing to explore this is what it looks like right now the lava flow on the big island has now reached the ocean for the first time flowing into the pacific and that is creating a new toxic danger in the air nbc news national correspondent miguel almaguer is therefore again tonight exploding to life kill away is moving faster spreading farther a river of lava pouring into the ocean where magma cascades into the water lays is form a haze of hydrochloric acid mixing with shards of mechanic glass dangerous to breathe just like the sulfur dioxide and ash blanketing the air the ashes falling very volley to sell for instead of a very high right now with multi fireballs launching through the sky a high velocity lava bob had into its first victim mark kloss rushing to help his neighbors struck in the lay there his friend rushed to the hospital clawson's dobbs the home from burn railing been smash it was about a twelve pound rock glass off the railing and obviously hit him we knew fisher splitting the earth opie lava is rolling over a highway cutting off escape routes at least four more homes destroyed herschel hood lost more than just his house we have two cats they wouldn't leave so i said goodbye to them.

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"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Today outside santa fe high school a moment of silence for ten lives lost i could not have asked for better woman william tisdale's wife cynthia was a substitute teacher she'd gone back to work more than a year ago when he was diagnosed with a lung disease or you miss most about her she was always there through everything i mean we've been through a lot inside the school as the trenchcoat wearing gunman opened fire isabela manson eight other students barricaded themselves in an art supply closet she says the shooter taunted his victims what you hear who he just like screamed at kind of shouted it did he seem like he was joining this yes he was you could tell he was by all the things that you're saying in this cell phone video students run for their lives you'd be two gunshots it was recorded susanna salazar who shortly after the shooting in her younger sister had been shot thankfully sarah salazar survived strong we all lever morell here for her and she save now shayna fisher had just turned sixteen her mother says she was the first and killed and had been harassed by the confess shooter dimitrius pagor cheese for four months rejecting his romantic advances but today his attorneys visiting their client in jail said he doesn't remember fisher's name investigators had not confirmed a motive are pouring over the suspects journals to see how long he may have been plotting the attack think he's still seems very confused about the incident and figuring out what exactly happens what happened is that cynthia tis dale left behind eleven grandchildren and this note to her husband the morning of the massacre of you.

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"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Democrats say not so fast the presence claim that there was a political spy embedded in his campaign is nonsense and the country needs to know that this is nonsense under orders to do something finding a middle ground expanding an existing internal review but not starting a new one altogether the white house now reiterating with the doj confirmed yesterday that it will ask the inspector general to look into any irregularities in tactics concerning the trump campaign rosenstein who oversees the special counsel investigation publicly silent on that today but poking fun at what's become a very visible role deputy attorneys general are very low profile not to be recognized and be informant did speak with several members of the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen according to a new york times report but experts argue it would have been standard procedure to talk to people during what was at the time the fbi investigation into russian interference there's nothing wrong with this in fact it's really the least intrusive means that the f b i could've used now the president furious and fixated according to sources familiar with this thinking rod rosenstein is in the most difficult position probably of anybody in the history of the department of justice he's trying to thread the needle between a president who's pressuring him against protecting institution the department of justice and the fbi the white house also says chief of staff john kelly will now put together a meeting between intelligence officials and some lawmakers to review highly classified materials related to all this some republicans had been pushing for just this to happen but law enforcement officials have been very hesitant to reveal anything that could compromise a source lester jackson at the white house and i think you heli from santa fe texas tonight heart wrenching stories emerging of loss and survival only deepen the search for answers following friday's highschool massacre ten people were killed when a seventeen year old student allegedly bursted into an art class and opened fire taunting his victims between trigger polls and bc's gave gutierrez is there.

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NBC Nightly News

02:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Breaking news tonight out of baltimore police officer run over and killed multiple schools on lockdown amid an all out manhunt to catch her killer and developing right now dramatic new video just released from friday shootout between a gunman and police had president trump's off club in florida also tonight the president's new demand investigate the investigators late word tonight of a dramatic new turn in the russia probe after an oval office showdown chilling new accounts from survivors who say they hid in a closet for their lives to that he seemed like he was joined this yes students who say they heard the texas highschool gunman taunting is victims do toxic danger and hawaii is that exploding volcano starts pouring into the pacific and diagnosing adhd and kids using brain scans tonight the signs doctors say parents should look out for to know when a child should be tested this is nbc nightly news with lester holt good evening and welcome we begin with a tense situation that's been unfolding all afternoon long in baltimore county maryland female police officer killed an a neighborhood the scene of an intense manhunt schools were put on virtual lockdown and workers and residents warned to shelter in place the killing of the officer during an apparent traffic stop brings to fifty six the number of law enforcement members killed on duty so far this year around the country are pete williams has late details in the air and on the ground state and local police launched an urgent manhunt in a suburb of baltimore maryland after a baltimore county police officer was killed in any raising she'd been dispatched to check out reports of a suspicious vehicle police say it appeared the people in the vehicle had broken into a house she encountered the suspects and she was critically injured are also was transported to the franklin square hospital where she was pronounced deceased at two fifty pm authorities said they were searching for as many as four suspects made in their teens and twenties one of them apparently got into another car sped away then jumped out and ran off though initial reports said the officer was shot witnesses said it appeared she was actually struck by one of the suspects driving away from my son ran in the house stating dead that a jeep just ran over a cop in front of the house residents near the shooting scene were urged to stay inside streets were shut down.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Finally republicans argue that gillespie was an imperfect messenger in the trump era he took on some of the president's populist rhetoric but perhaps that wasn't enough for loyal trump voters at least that's how steve bannon season so i democrat celebrate first it's the margin they argue yes north of one and a state trending blue but he won by nine points nearly double hillary clinton's march back it's the largest margin for a democrat in a governor's race since 1985 in virginia second day argue wasn't just limited to the top of the ballot down the ballot they looked at least fifteen seats in the virginia house of delegates with some races still undecided two thousand nine was the last time we saw statewide wave like this in virginia and that seem to foreshadow the 2010 gop wave in that house perhaps the most important it's the demographics let's in tuesday's results which could hold some big warning signs for republicans north i'm a healthy huge margins in key segments of the electorate what could be considered the voters of the future what do i mean he won by forty points among eighty to twenty nine year old 21 points among college educated voters and thirty nine points in the crucial suburbs around washington d c and it's that suburban tsunami that your concern republicans in congress in fact a demographic analysis of house republicans finds that fifty four members represent what could be considered suburban districts places that love an awful lot like the washington dc suburbs guess what sixteen of those fifty four seats are districts said actually voted for hillary clinton over donald trump and only texan net loss of twenty four seats two in the house majority to the democrats.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Meant is alleged to have occurred and it's coming out now the us senate by the way on thursday unanimously passed a bill instituting mandatory sexual harassment training for senators and their aides center close short minnesota was the lead to sponsor of that bill and she joins me now senator kober shorewood backed meet the press well thanks check it's great to be on let me start with your bill it obviously address the issue of sexual harassment training and i know this is quote step one here it did not cover on how victims should report potential abuse what is next on that front center well that is this was just a first step and i would point out it was bipartisan senator chuck grassley led it with me and we thought it was really important that the senate be a model for the rest of the country and this is not just about senators this is about everyone earn in they have a work safe workplace from the shift worker to the nurse at the hospital to the teacher at the school so what is next in the senate is looking at those reporting requirements and if we should make some changes there we have a working group with a shelly capito and roy blunt and also center catherine cortez mass stow working we're rules committee members and we're going to look at that and see if that needs to be changed and i think it does well let me ask you about some specifics right now when victims report harassment in congress they have to report the incident within one hundred eighty days the victim has to go through counseling the victim not the accuser the victim as to go through council thirty days then there's thirty days of mediation after of the victim wants to.

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NBC Meet the Press

02:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Those what we're living through all right roy more a lease i gotta ask you here what's the party i mean pat toomey wouldn't answer the question what's worse if more and more wins or loses for the gop i think absolutely it is worse than freud more wins for the gop and you look at that interview that's case in point it was so uncomfortable for senator to me to try to defend these charges of pedophilia against roy more and he was forced to say the allegations river the most station doesn't it isn't pedophilia molestation is a we we looked up this legal definition to be care but it's molestation molly stay when its team when units every chain it is having when we're having to debate this cessation versus having the defend someone who is accused of it at who there are corraborate corroborated eyewitnesses backing up the case it's a tough position to be in charlie cook is mitch mcconnell the way he's been this clearly fell almost orchestrated the minute with an hour this came out many of the mcconnell allies came out said he's got to go sounds like mitch mcconnell has decided it's worse if one more wins i think mitch mcconnell thinks that th this is just so horrible that it's not under his control so he's got to live with whatever without whatever happens i think it the voters valla bama if they choose to if they choose to vote vote for way more i think the senate's obliged to see them pat toomey didn't look like he was ready to say that well but pat toomey but you know the thing is you and i devoted our entire adult lives to study elections in politics and candidate voter behavior and you get the point where you're pretty good at doing it but i would argue that the the rules have changed last twenty five years 1992 bill clinton before the new hampshire primary hit with jennifer flowers were court telephone recordings of the vietnam draft story the old days he would have dropped out if you didn't he would have lost but he tufted out he survived all the way up through last year and billy bush tapes access hollywood normally can't would have dropped out donald trump state in an one so i i don't know what's going to happen here i really don't you can't per.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Let's look back as well over the last year and recognize that five republican house seats was special exits had some cases democrats were very enthused about their prospects in georgia republicans held off five of those seats so the reality is we view that the basically the plainfield similar to what it was a year ago and the president and we believe that what we need to do is deliver on the tax relief we've promise what we've seen over the last year is the lowest unemployment rate now in seventeen years cia we see one and a half million jobs created we seen five trillion dollars in assets value added to the markets the economy is beginning to turn and we need help delirious actually what do you think the president doesn't get political benefit from voters for this economy right now i think that that's a question osce directive back at you chuck i think that in many cases the media is not looking to cover what the economic benefits have been an economy into often we're covering stories such as russia bind facebook ads and you keep saying russia buying facebook ads you you've you've dismiss this you think it was that that miniscule of an interference the facebook going through social media that this was oh it's it's it's just a small winners the coverage been has the media been covering the fact that the economy does have the lowest unemployment rate as they have an interest we have an entire channel that does that it's called c seed mark i've i watched cnbc in sometimes even have us on but i think the generally you looked at the predominance of the media coverage is not that i'm looking at what the economies accomplished in the last year let me ask you about the tax bill bigger picture you had a meeting with senate democrats in the president uh apparently said well look if the senate bill is where it's at well he didn't call it mean as what happened with healthcare but some house republicans heard the president all of a sudden say own the senate bill matters more here don't worry guys don't worry about what you're seeing in the house.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Supporter writing candidate can they force more from the race yet amid all that republican handwringing more has shown no sign that he'd be willing to get out these attacks volvo monitor and they are completely false and untrue republicans are scrambling to distance themselves from alabama senate candidate roy moore who denies ever meeting then 14yearold league kaufman and says her allegations are completely false we do not intend to let the democrats or the established republicans or anybody else behind the story stop this campaign but in a radio interview with sean hannity more did not rule out the possibility that he dated other teenagers when he was at his thirty don't remember ever dating amy girl without the permission of the mother do you remember dating girls that young at that time renat general ermanno senate republicans have rushed to denounce more says true an obe leave it be any place for him in the us in these allegations are true roar and more should step assad a growing list of republicans have pulled their endorsements or had called on more to drop out of the race altogether and on friday the senate republicans campaign arm withdrew from a joint fund raising agreement with moore's campaign the president's former campaign cochair in the state is calling the allegations gutter politics if these ladies fail like that uh they're telling the truth and they need to go ahead and take a lotta textures test and the while overseas president trump was committal to reporters saying i'd have to look at it and i'd have to see other trump allies like former chief strategist steve bannon are defending more tell us the additional evidence on judge more.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:55 min | 3 years ago

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"This new political landscape republicans suffer a onetwo punch first democrats sleep elections across the country including two governors races was a referendum on donald trump i do believe so and feeling democratic hopes for winning back control of congress next year or republican friends better look out then those bombshell claims about alabama's republican senate candidate rule and more shocking allegations of sexual misconduct against republican senate candidate ruin more unnerving republicans in washington through and will be in place for views and threatening their senate majority elections roy more and the growing awareness of sexual harassment in politics by guest this morning republican senator pat chillemi democratic senator amy club was shot and white house of legislative affairs director mark short plus president trump sides with vladimir clinton a own intelligence agencies on charges of russian hacking then says he's with our agency i believe that president putin really feels that he feel strongly that he did not meddle in our election what he believes is what he believes but what does the president fully join me for insight and analysis are charlie cook editor and publisher of the cook political ripple mbc news white house correspondent kristen welker washington post columnist david ignatius and msnbc political analyst police jordan walk of this sunday it's meet the press from abc news washington longest running show in television history this is he good sunday morning one week ago today the momentum seemed to be with.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"Of the progressive that actually got people excited and look this this dnc controversy i'm sitting there watching it every democrat i ask about it tries to ignore questions about it they pretend they're not even seeing it they have their heads in the sand about the state of their own liberal pace and watch the republican self emulate and so they're ignoring their own problems going to go back to the soviets so i can make this counterargument about brazil book in in the allegations which is that this was going on beneath the surface ship whether or not it was clearly visible but perhaps it was a boil it had to be lance stood so employees and in a fight the democracy that said look at glaspie as run away from donald trump the individual tom but he has run on trumpism a little bit in at least these going hard on immigration and go and hard on this monuments thing if he wins emulated around the country for republicans slow in the republican party soul the core trump believers rows or if you look at those latest bowers numbers historically low except in his base were very high at this point i said earlier there i was in pole wyoming they voted seventy percent for trump and i went back about a month ago they know sixty nine point eight percent for trump they're still there with them i want him to stop tweeting but they they believe the country is broken and they think that the things are not getting done and despite what may be said on this side of the hudson river lot of people out there in this first week in a like virginia which is sole having the northsouth bowel going on to southern borders data worst of the northern part of the state ethical s p is.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"The people across america that i see every day in virginia new jersey and washington state and district fortyfive they're moving forward there they want us to focus on the future we're building that infrastructure of success we've knocked down twice as many doors as though we did four years ago and terry mcauliffe one and i'm confident we're going to win again this tuesday both in new jersey virginia and many other key races across the country and we'll be watching certainly going to be close and interesting tom perez chair of the dnc thanks for coming on churn always a pleasant you've got a quick programming note i colleague nbc nightly news anchor lester holt gonna be reporting from south korea tomorrow and tuesday of course president trump is in the region as well coming up white democrat so desperately want to move away from fights over 2016 and figure out a strategy for 2020 worst maybe they need to figure out one for 2017 but first the presidential candidates whom we've seen right here on meet the press this is in the final forty eight hours in the next administration i should be elected president i have no doubt that i beat nick most don't do very much eat movement there's no way that would ensure stability to you wanna be pro and then we'll you serve your full sixyear term as us senator from illinois absolutely some of this i spend a little overblown to sarah palin i disagree on a specific mission because we're both member it where do you think things up and there were making real progress i am going to keep focused on donald trump because i will be the nominee he replied the show is trump in it is sold out performances everywhere and it a long.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"The republican national committee does not run elections states run elections and those elections were run by the states we run caucuses and and bernie sanders did very well in the caucasus where i think both senators warren and keith ellison and myself where we agree is we have to earned the trust of the voters and during the process of the democratic primary we fell short in that undeniably and i accepted that responsibility and here's what we're doing about it number one in the future moving forward to 2020 we're going to be announcing our our democratic debates schedule before we know who the candidates are because the number one goal has to be to be fair and transparent with all of our fundraising agreements are partnerships will be available to everyone as they were actually in 2016 and then what we have to do is make sure were also working with voters up and down america rural america urban america everywhere in between the donors dinner trap don't you owe the sanders campaign and investigation i mean donna brazile put that charge out don't you and keith ellison shouldn't you guys look back and see if her charges are again i totally agree chuck with the notion that the dnc fell short during credit and they didn't like that of the primary i said we have to do better is what we have to do check and that's why i was very clear during our primary campaign during the campaign for dnc chair that we have to make sure that everybody feels at the end of the process that everyone got a fair shake that's what we're about cia and that's what we have to do that's how we earn people's trust i gotta ask about tuesday's elections here and there's been a lot of charges of who's running a a hate fuller angry campaign terry mcauliffe colored gillespie's campaign racists but i'm gonna play for you this this ad that ally tino group ran in and you're going to see a virginia republican at response to it take a look.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Well we've actually interviewed literally a couple of hundred individuals many times without actually even the knowledge of the press we've worked with a lot of these individuals cooperatively we've got more to do obviously muller's got a different lane and his people fall into the realm of legal jeopardy they may be less willing to talk to us but i've been very pleased so far in terms of the level of cooperation we've had from virtually every one is there a point though where you're going to run into each other in this just as we if you look back in the days of the watergate there was an special congressional committee there was also a special prosecutor we've got different lanes they're looking for criminal indictment we're trying to make sure that we find out what happened in 2016 was there collusion we've got a different factual basis were trying to hit at and i think we're going to have to find wasted deconflict and i think we will continue to do that have you a interview george puppet up loss i'm not going to talk about which witnesses and that we've seen or not seen but the chairman and i did indicate adept at mr poplars had been on our screen for a long time up okay so you're not confirming or denying whether you've interviewed him i again what what german i've said his we don't comment on specific witnesses but we've put out a joint statement that did mr pompidou apples have been an irish on our screen won't long let me ask you about former national security advisor michael flynn and his son michael g flynn i know there were reports that your committee was meeting resistance from them when it comes to cooperating with your investigation are you still meeting that same resistance with the two of them.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"That the first moderator of meet the press martha rowntree brought viewers what we called america's press conference of the air it was brought to you by maxwell house coughing and makers of the to the last drop boundaries very first guest was james farley of course they longtime political aid to fdr and of course a former chairman of the democratic national committee we have the current dnc chair in today's broadcast by the way throughout the morning we'll bring you some of the familiar faces of presidents candidates in civil rights leaders on donald who appeared on this bull longest running broadcast in television history but we have a job to do and we begin with the russian investigation and the walls closing in on people close to the trump campaign and the white house the more we've learned about the trump teens ties to russia the more people in the president's circle have changed their stories attorney general jeff sessions former national security advisor michael flynn mr trump's soninlaw jared kushner is oldest son donald trump junior and foreign policy advisor carter page jd gordon and george papa dopoulos whose pled guilty to lying to the fbi fact it was papa dopoulos his guilty plea in particular along with two other indictments this week by special counsel robert muller that seemed to unnerve the white house enter prompt president trump to lash out at his own justice department i really not involved with the justice department i'd like to let it run itself foot honestly they should be looking at the democrats as this special counsel's russia pro begins to put pressure on mr trump's inner circle the president is stepping up his attacks on law enforcement the saddest thing is that because of the president of the united states i am not supposed to be involved with the justice department i'm not supposed to be involved with the fbi i'm not supposed to be doing the kind of things that i would love to be doing and i'm very frustrated but after robert muller unveiled his first criminal charges this week against mr trump's former campaign chairman and two other former age.

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NBC Meet the Press

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"nbc" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"This sunday the russia investigation grow to one guilty and the bonus of president trump denies any involvement with russia during his campaign all i can tell you is this and lashes out at izzo justice i'm really not involved with the justice department i'd like to let it run itself but honestly they should be looking at the democrats by guest this morning to members of the senate intelligence committee investigating russian involvement the cheap democrat on the panel borgwarner and republican james langford plus democrats in disarray the former head of the dnc says the clinton campaign was so dysfunction she wanted to replace the clinton came ticket with joe biden and cory booker i'll talk to dnc chairman tom perez about and about the democrats a mustwin governor's race in virginia on tuesday broke inviting you to the bread and celebrating the seventy years of meet the press have no doubt the night deep mr nixon the watergate matters elections matter of votes the president of the candidates and the news makers who have made history right here on meet the press joining me for insight and analysis on nbc news special correspondent tom brokaw wall street journal columnist peggy noonan washington post columnist eugene robinson and nbc news capitol hill correspondent ac hung welcome to sunday for seventy years in county it's meet the press for nbc news washington the longest running film and television history celebrating seven this is a special edition of shortterm good sunday morning and welcome to our anniversary broadcast it was seventy years ago tomorrow on november six nineteen fortyseven at eight pm that's right eight pm.

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