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Dec 17, 2017 6:30pm EST
energy. >> i say it is time to move on. alabama has spoken. it was a close election, there is no western. but elections can be close. it is time to heal and move on and go to the next rank. -- the next thing. kimberly: that is doug jones speaking about the contested special election. jones says roy moore still hasn't conceded and he has said he won't do so until the results are certified. campaign appeared to claim voter fraud in the race. by a slim moore margin, but to wide of a margin for a recount. putinn president vladimir called president trump today to thank him for sharing cia intelligence that thwarted a terrorist attack. the white house says there were lands for an isis busy areas in st. petersburg. the world leader spoke by phone on thursday. the president is back at the white house tonight after spending the weekend at cap david. he says he has no plans to fire robert mueller. here is david wright with the latest. >> this weekend, a new land of attack on robert mueller's russianation into meddling and possible collusion by trump associates. this seven-page letter sent
Bloomberg
Dec 17, 2017 6:00pm EST
coming out of the alabama election. roy moore was be in by democrat doug jones. they got a lot of black turnout, that is seen as what largely pushed doug jones ahead in the race. is that an element in this pllinolling we're seeing now? >> i don't think it directly covered that issue, but it speaks to the fact that americans like to see divided government, because they think ones a check in balance on party running roughshod over the rules and regulations and laws. with president trump in the white house, at least for the next three years, a large proportion of americans would like to see democrats in control of congress. the largest portion in that poll link since -- that polling since 2008. midterm elections are a referendum on the sitting president. typically, the party in power doesn't lose seat. that certainly would not be a surprise he republicans lose seat in the house and the senate this november. could they actually lose control over both chambers? that extremely interesting. kathleen: a lot of it may have to do with how the republican's tax plan plays out as well. thank y
FOX Business
Dec 17, 2017 6:00pm EST
democratic senator to serve alabama in 25 years and now the swamp moves on and quickly. will the republican leadership deliver on tax reform that is important to the prospects of the midterm elections and will the gop succeed in stopping the dem's effort to stop down the government or will they aid them in the effort? and how about robert mueller and the tell of the
FOX
Dec 17, 2017 6:00pm EST
to it. the playoff committee has four teams in this thing. >> yeah. >> clemson, oklahoma, alabama, georgia. did they get it right? >> i don't think that they could get it right. i thought all of the res mes we -- resumes for the fourth spot was flawed. i happen to believe that usc and ohio state fit more of the criteria that was laid out of the three previous seasons than alabama did, but i think, listen. the committee -- this whole system ofh flawed and this committee was -- was dishonest in the way that they ranked and told us how they ranked teams during the course of the last few weeks of the rankings. if you look back at the history of the committee, the first year they told you the data point was a huge factor and the championship won and why ohio state went and tcu and baylor stayed at home and didn't have the big 13th game in the big 12 at that point. then head-to-head in a championship and michigan state over talented ohio state team and defending national champion, ezekiel elliott. that was a great ohio state team that didn't have a great resume so michigan state went be
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 3:00pm PST
>>> this sunday, a political earthquake. democrat doug jones' win over roy moore in alabama changes the political calculus for 2018. >> we have come so far, and the people of alabama have spoken. >> republicans may be relieved that roy moore is gone -- >> i'm really, really happy with what happened for all of us. >> -- but democrats suddenly sense the possibility of taking back both the house and the senate. >> i think that the energy going into 2018 has already begun. >> my guest this morning, democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia and republican governor john kasich of ohio. >>> plus, our brand-new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll out this morning, and it suggests democrats may be right, that a wave is coming. we'll bring you all the numbers. >>> and republicans get the votes to pass their tax bill. >> this is going to be one of the great gifts to the middle-income people of this country. >> but can they keep their promise that the tax cuts may for themselves? and who gets hurt if they don't? i'll ask the white house director of legislative affairs, marc short. joining
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 5:59pm EST
election in alabama, is seated, but those efforts seem to have -- republicans have not been very receptive to that. is that something you guys will continue to push, and do you think you guys might make any headway there? rep. levin: we learned long ago that you cannot push against a wall. you keep pushing what is behind the wall. you keep pushing as to what is really the truth. but we are not going to move them. they think this is the 2018 election. but when people wake up to what the facts are -- and the same is true as to the continuing resolution. here we are just a few days away, december 22 it runs out, andy republicans essentially do not know where they are going and what is at stake. community health centers. the chip program has not been renewed, and states a running out of money. states a running out of money for children's health. so much -- disaster relief. as i remember, the disasters happened not a week ago, they happened long ago. puerto rico and the islands, and florida and houston. and here we sit. the republicans think they can jam a cr through, and if we vote no, they ar
Telemundo
Dec 17, 2017 2:30pm PST
resurgio justo antes de las e c elecciones en alabama y con d diciendo detalles de suypuests encuentros con donald trump y cuadndo era magnate de bienes a raices, el las nego pero otros p politicosn y dan paso al costado. >> el congresista ... tuvo que renunciar, tambien blake que dice que se retira de su term termino y el recien electo re s reprsentante ruben kweewem e tiene ya dos acusaciones. >> en medio de teste este tsiuu acusaciones y por ahora no todos terminan de lmismismo modo. >> para analizar el tema le doy la bienvenida adriana y ana s analista democrata suraya ta a tapia, gracias por estar con nosotros damas. >> queria comenzar. >> gracias. >> adriana con alamabama un esto que hace 26 aÑos a nvelivel a estatal no elige a un democrat,s que lo conocen en alamba, apoyo del pdresidente donald trump y e steve jobs vanen y de muchas a organizaciones republicanos y no gano ¿que paso enealamabama?s una brujula qude lo queria pa pasar en el futuro? >> jnoseno se si es asi o no, pi puede odecir que muchos rep republicanos no apoyamos que el juez moore fuera el candidatoaq pesa que
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 2:00pm PST
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CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 5:00pm EST
. many of these men are coming from georgia, florida, alabama. they are citing at the border that joining the army is a correction to unemployment. what does this mean to me? first of all we are getting a concrete reminder that the great migration expanded beyond chicago and cleveland in the way that we normally talk about it. these men continued seeking work wherever that work was available. if it meant crossing borders, they did. crossing the border would not have been easy for black people at this time. canada adopted a ban on african-american immigration in particular in 1911. it did not stay on the books for long, but it was there. the spirit of that law never went away. there are all of these shady, to use current street parlance of -- ways of keeping these men out. what i love is that canadians were not very good at identifying race, though they wanted to be. so they did. you see on the enlistment records, all of these, i think he is black but i'm not sure. he looks sallow. these words were common. they will describe them as yellow, as perhaps not well cleaned. at the end o
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 2:00pm PST
turnout. one of the most telling statistics in alabama was his approval rating in the state of alabama very deeply conservative state was fairly split. 48, 47% between those who approve and disapprove. there is indication he's losing supporters. that speaks to why republicans are eager to pass this tax plan. they haven't had a lot to show. they want something they can run on that would help boost the president's own promises he wept. >> i will give you a chance to weigh in. president trump, a liability or asset for 2018? lanhee? >> as sabrina said he could be an asset where they are looking to motivate the republican base. if there is disaffection in the base president trump could appeal to that. in some places it will be a definite down side where he's under water, where the electorate is moderate. it depends on the condition of the state as well as the particular district we are talking about. >> matt, last word to you. >> that's right. democrats are just baying at the moon, they are so angry, so fired up. remember, hillary clinton won 23 house districts that have house republicans i
FOX News
Dec 17, 2017 2:00pm PST
albatross that is roy moore, and so what if we got doug jones, he won't last. a lefty in alabama is like a slice of pie on michael moore's lap. [ laughter ] >> it disappears or somewhere it gets lost. [ laughter ] >> and the president has already moved on. >> the directive i'm signing today will refocus america's space program on human exploration and discovery it. marks an important step in returning american astronauts to the moon for the first time since 1972 for long-term exploration and use. greg: yes, we're had thing to space, reminds me of a movie. >> in a world of earth and gravity and bottomless brunch, one man wasn't satisfied and dared to dream big. >> we're dreaming big. >> this christmas, or hanukkah or other non-judeo-christian holiday you celebrate. dust off your space boots cowboy, we're going to the moon, for real this time, not faked on a soundstage, and mars. >> eventual mission to mars. >> though, we're not really sure when, we're definitely going, probably. from the producers of executive action parts 1 through 9, we lost count, donald trump, mike pence and sam elliott
Bloomberg
Dec 17, 2017 5:00pm EST
. we saw that in alabama this week. wasink that's what kind of behind that interesting polling today. kathleen: all that's might be off the democrats if president trump is correct and this tax plan does get the economy going, but there is a long road to go before we see that. roz grassi, thank you for joining us from washington, d.c. bitcoin futures, another big story. if really quite initial week on the cboe exchange. , but whentill abound the nasdaq rose out its version next year, all three of the largest u.s. futures exchanges will be involved. who better to tell us about it than the person who has been watching markets for so long? >> what it means is the revolution is underway. when we see the cme launch, it brings a much bigger exchange, 55 times the volume of the cboe. we are bringing a much bigger player. in terms of the way the contracts are traded, cme -- cboe has one bitcoin contract for future. cme has five. if you look at what has happened so far, cboe had about 10,000 contracts for 180 million in bitcoin that changed hands. a lot of it had to do with the fact that some
FOX News
Dec 17, 2017 1:00pm PST
. here's alabama senator-elect doug jones. >> i would be very surprised if bob mueller did anything that illegally obtained or anything like that. he is the consummate professional, and that investigation is proceeding, it's going to go forward. i don't see any anticipate at this -- taint in this point. >> reporter: we also got more details about a phone call president trump received earlier today from russian vladimir putin. president putin called to say thank you for the u.s.' help in thwarting a major terror plot in st. petersburg this week which the u.s. intelligence agencies had given the russians advanced warning about. based on the information the united states provided, russian authorities were able to capture the terrorists just prior to an attack that could have killed large numbers of people. in russian lives were lost, and the attackers were caught and are now incarcerated. the two leaders discussed north korea just a few days ago, and the white house tells us in this latest phone call both leaders agreed that this latest attack sevens as an example of the good that can
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 1:00pm PST
. >>> welcome back, everybody. the close alabama senate race has republicans and democrats focusing on the 2018 midterm elections. the strategy for both parties is very different, not surprisingly. for republicans, how much will this align with the president and his policies, and will he campaign on their behalf? for democrats, how much will identity politics play a part to win votes? joining us, republican strategist and former white house aide joe watkins and julianna maxwell, former directsor of progressive media for the clinton campaign. welcome to you both this sunday evening. joe, i'm going to start with you. dems, they have a lead. a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll showing for the first time in nine years democrats have a double-digit lead among voters in congressional midterms with 50% rooting for democratic control of the congress. what do you think this means for republicans? and would you advise democrats to run with this? >> well, certainly, democrats are advantaged by having their voters more excited about showing up at the polls. turnout really does matter, as we
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 12:00pm PST
, newly elected alabama senator doug jones, which we've been covering incessantly for the last month or so, voicing his concerns on this, erin. and he sort of said he likes some of the tax plan but the math doesn't add up on a lot of it. let's take a listen to him. >> this seems to be plopped into a vote too quickly. there are things i like about it, cutting corporate tax rates, cutting some things for the middle class and increasing the standard deduction, but my biggest concerns are the process and also the fact that it's going to increase the deficit by over $1 trillion. that causes me great concern. i don't buy into the fact that it's going to grow the economy such that that $1 trillion debt will get wiped out. i think that's a major problem. >> so, it's between $1.4 and $1.5 trillion over the next ten years, according to the cbo score, that it could increase the deficit here. so, does doug jones have a point? >> to me, his biggest point is the very last thing he said, that he doesn't automatically buy into this argument that growth is going to be as big as republicans have said, an
Bloomberg
Dec 17, 2017 3:00pm EST
history. >> news in alabama has rocked the political world as the state elected its first democratic senator in 25 years. >> this is a razor thin republican majority in the senate for president trump. he can only afford to lose two votes, when doug jones gets to washington, president trump can now only afford to lose one vote. that puts pressure on republicans to the tax cuts done. scarlet: the market is gearing up for the last fed rate decisions of this year. the fomc expected to raise rates when it concludes its two-day meeting today. >> you will not be surprised the benchmark goes up. there is a surprise in the fed's growth forecast. gdp next year is seen expanding at 2.5% up from a 2.1% in september. probably due to tax cuts. >> a dot plot stays about the same with a consensus of three rate moves next year and two in 2019. >> changes in tax policy will likely provide lift to economic activity in coming years. the magnitude in timing of the macroeconomic effects of any tax package remain uncertain. >> it looks suspiciously like they bought on to the idea there will be fiscal stimu
FOX News
Dec 17, 2017 12:00pm PST
in alabama sending democrats their first senate seat in that state in 25 years which what lessons can republicans take from roy moore's loss and what will this majority mean for the republican agenda going forward. we are back with kate odell and james freeman. dan, is this going to hurt tax reform? >> i don't think it will have a big effect on tax reform unless it rolls into the next year. it puts pressure on them to get it done this year, luther strange from alabama can vote for it. >> what about the rest of the republican agenda going forward, tax reform passes but they seat jones, what does that loss of one senate seat mean? >> look how difficult it was to get anything done with 52 senate seats. the budget issues they are going to need democratic votes, democrats have the wind at their back. that will be much help to senate democrats especially in the area of a supreme court nomination is going to be very difficult if anthony kennedy were to retire. looks as though donald trump would not be able to nominate another justice in the scalia mode because then lisa murkowski and susan c
FOX News
Dec 17, 2017 11:00am PST
and -- wins the race in alabama. >> this tax bill without giving the newly elected senator from alabama the opportunity to cast his vote. >> we will sit down with the senator elect in his first appearance on fox news since the start of the campaign. plus, lawmakers seeing whether political bias has taken over robert mueller's investigation. >> how with a straight face can you say this group of democrats partisans are unbiased and will give president trump a fair shake? we recognize we have employees with opinions but as a responsibility it makes sure those opinions do not affect this. >> they say this shows extreme bias against mr. trump. an hour power player of the week. a photojournalist that has risked her life to show what is happening in the worlds most dangerous places. >> they were about to execute him. literally one point i looked over and i said, each one literally was -- >> all of that right now on "fox news sunday". >> hello again from fox news in washington. republicans appear ready this week to pass the most sweeping overhaul of the tax code in three decades. a posi
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 11:00am PST
moore win the special election in alabama. that's not stopping him from campaigning for other republicans. new plans on the midterms and what republicans think about it, next. for your heart... your joints... or your digestion... so why wouldn't you take something for the most important part of you... your brain. with an ingredient originally found in jellyfish, prevagen is now the number one selling brain health supplement in drug stores nationwide. prevagen. the name to remember. more people shop online for the holidays than ever before. and the united states postal service delivers more of those purchases to homes than anyone else in the country. because we know, even the smallest things are sometimes the biggest. thank you so much. thank you! so we're a go? yes! we got a yes! what does that mean for purchasing? purchase. let's do this. got it. book the flights! hai! si! si! ya! ya! ya! what does that mean for us? we can get stuff. what's it mean for shipping? ship the goods. you're a go! you got the green light. that means go! oh, yeah. start saying yes to your company's b
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 2:00pm EST
travers and including the alabama and a saratoga cup. everybody came back to saratoga. from then on, it was a great success. one of the great race horses of all time. >> and a war was synonymous with saratoga. wonas brought here and he six and lost one. the one he lost was a famous. 2-5 favors. they didn't have any starting gate. he had to be good to keep the horses in line and get a good equal start. mars cassidy called in sick. they had to have a placing judge star the horse, and he was terrible at it. he could not get him off at all. he was started him off, either backwards or sideways. we don't have any film of it. it is just eyewitnesses. he was not ready for the race. last and heng dead made up a ton of ground. he only lost by half a length. it was the only loss of his career. he was one of the greatest horses who lived. in 1942, they banned any racing upstate for travers. before 1944tdown and opened up again in 1946. after the war, they realized saratoga was not as popular as jamaica, belmont, downstate. there were about 50,000 inhabitants are you have a couple million people
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 11:00am PST
republican candidates next year, but given roy moore's stunning loss in alabama s that the best strategy for republicans going forward? plus, firefighters pause to honor one of their own killed while fighting one of the largest fires in california history. that fire continuing to grow overnight. we will take you there live. this is electricity. ♪ this is a power plant. this is tim barckholtz. that's me! this is something he is researching at exxonmobil: using fuel cells to capture carbon emissions at power plants. this is the potential. reducing co2 emissions by up to 90%... while also producing more power. this could be big. energy lives here. us lives here. where we can be surprised by others. and ourselves. for a better us, donate to your local y today. when heartburn hits fight back fast with tums chewy bites. fast relief in every bite. crunchy outside. chewy inside. tum tum tum tum tums chewy bites. when you think of saving money, what comes to mind? your next getaway? connecting with family and friends? a big night out? or maybe your everyday shopping. whatever it is, aarp member adv
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 10:00am PST
with a terrific panel. also, steve bannon's candidate loses the race for alabama's senate seat. is the pull of populism fading in america? how is it doing on the other side of the atlantic? we'll take a look. then, you've heard all the horror stories from women in the workplace. we'll tell you why they are important for a whole different reason, an economic reason. i'll explain. >>> and -- >> the stock market is at an all-time high. >> the dow, s&p and knack keep hitting record highs. is this a trump boom or is it a trump bubble ready to burst? two top experts morgan stanley's and goldman sachs will debate. but first here's my take. if the republican tax plan passes congress, it will mark a watershed for the united states. the medium and long-term effects of the plan are clear. a massive drop in public investment which will come on the heels of decades of declining spending as a percentage of gdp on infrastructure, scientific research, skills train anchor government agencies. the united states cannot coast on past investments forever and with this legislation, we are ushering in a blea
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 10:00am PST
in alabama, it says the president has told advisers he wants to travel extensively and hold rallies and is looking forward to spending much of 2018 campaigning. how does that affect democrat strategy for the races in the midterms? >> i would tell you one thing, if you look at what happened in alabama and then some weeks prior to that, what happened in virginia, i think there are a couple lessons we could take away from this. number one, i think democrats need to invest in particularly in african-american women, but certainly in african-american voters. these are voters that have long been sort of felt like the party was not taking care of them and not being responsive to them. i think they are going to be an incredibly important constituency moving forward, number one. number two, i like what representative keith ellison has said. i say this all the time in quoting him. he's the deputy chair of the dnc, and he's said that the democratic party's a party of social and economic justice. that's actually why i came to the democratic party. i think a lot of people look to democrats for th
FOX News
Dec 17, 2017 10:00am PST
proponent of this bit of of this. he will talk to alabama senator elect doug jones about his recent election and what he plans to do in office. exciting stuff. >> at least nine people are dead and more than 50 have been injured in a suicide bomb attack in a church in pakistan. officials said two suicide bombers launched an attack on a church for hundreds of people were attending services inside. security forces managed to take out one of the attackers, but the other attacker made it inside after being wounded by police on the scene. police are still searching for two additional suspected accomplices who also managed to escape. iss has now claimed responsibility for these attacks. train to fox news alert is to apply alert is a look live at a funeral procession for the firefighter killed battling the massive thomas wildfire in southern california. the fire continues to burn today. officials say it early to go to coral &-ampersand dad thursday from smoke inhalation. hundreds of people as you can tell are lining the street as his writing makes its way from the torah county down to san d
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 9:00am PST
. okay guys, switching gears completely here, i want to talk about the alabama senate race and hearing what doug jones said this morning when asked if he would consider voting with republicans on some issues a z a representative of a deeply red state. here it is. >> of course i do. i mean, look, jake, one of the problems in american politics right now, in my opinion, is that everybody thinks because you're a member of one party or another you're going to vote a certain way. and that should not be the case. shouldn't ever be the case. i'm going to talk to people on both sides of the aisle, try to figure out what sing in the best interest of my state and in the country. now, don't expect me to vote solidly for the republicans or democrats. i don't think anybody should be able to count on my vote for anything. they've got to make sure i'm looking at it, studying it, and i'm going to study all sides. >> jeremy, there is a reelection now in three years here, is there a scenario where jones can keep his seat without siding with republicans in the state of alabama? >> no. doug jones has a tar
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 9:00am PST
mnuchin next. and senate upset. democrats get a big win in deep red alabama. >> i am truly overwhelmed. >> could this be the start of a democratic wave? and what does it say about the president's base? alabama's next senator democrat doug jones, joins me live in moments. >>> hello, i'm jake tapner washington where the state of our union is on edge to see how far the president is going to go. this morning lawyers representing his transition team are accusing the special council of obtaining unauthorized access to tens of thousands of presidential transition e-mails. in a new letter, the lawyers claim such a move taintz the investigation as rumors are increasing president trump may be contemplating firing bob mueller. late saturday a spokes plan for the special council's office saying "when we have ob tabbed e-mails in the course of our ongoing criminal investigation, we have secured either the account owners is consent or appropriate criminal process." as soon as this week, fruch's lawyers are set to meet with the special counsel. the developments have the ability to the distract from a
NBC
Dec 17, 2017 11:30am EST
erin coleman: "election upset," democrat doug jones turns staunchly republican alabama blue. today, we'll discuss how the dems pulled it off and what the gop plans to do now. "fact check," did president trump ever say he was sorry for bragging about sexually inappropriate behavior in this "access hollywood" tape? one us senator says, "no." our partners at factcheck.org investigate. and "mind games," how does eagles quarterback carson wentz get his head back into the game after suffering such a serious injury? today, a sports psychologist weighs in, advice that can help anyone who plays a sport. male announcer: nbc 10 "@ issue" starts now. erin: good morning to you, i'm erin coleman for nbc 10 "@ issue." the reliably republican state of alabama is now giving democrats hope. senator-elect doug jones, a democrat, is headed to washington. the party believes his win is a sign of a swing that's happening. and with me now are democratic political consultant eleanor dezzi, founder of the dezzi group, and republican consultant joe watkins. joe is also the author of a new book soon to be rel
ABC
Dec 17, 2017 11:30am EST
know, won the senate seat in alabama. the democrat won't be sworn in till sometime in january. so republicans need to act fast. they need to get this tax bill in. but they have people like marco rubio, mike lee, susan collins. john mccain is not well right now. senator pat toomey, as you know, is one of the people -- the only senator in our region, by the way, who's for the tax bill, and he's the only republican. but he's working on this plan. are they gonna get this done before doug jones gets into the senate? 'cause that seems to be like -- you know, that's when the button gets pushed. >> i think they are gonna get it done, but i don't know what it's gonna look like. and to your first question, how will it affect us... [ chuckles ] the way that they're doing this bill, with they're marking it up, literally -- the word "markup," i now understand what it means. you take a pen out, and you mark it up, you know, and you make a xerox copy and pass it around. they have to pass this, because if they don't, this congress did nothing. going into an off-year election or -- yeah, an off-ye
CBS
Dec 17, 2017 8:30am PST
doug jones' stunning upset over roy moore in alabama. we'll also talk to oklahoma republican senator james lankford, a member of the intelligence committee which is conducting one of the investigation into possible trump campaign collusion with the russians. we'll also have plenty of analysis on all the news of the week and look ahead to next. plus how the tax bill might impact you, it's all ahead on "face the nation." good morning, welcome to "face the nation" i'm john dickerson. republican tax plan is in the home stretch. the final package will be voted on tuesday in the house then moves to the senate. at this point it looks like republicans have enough votes to pass it. one s.5 trillion tax cut plan roughly doubles the standard deduction for both individuals and married couples. it cuts individual tax rates, the top income bracket drops from 9.6 to 37%. the corporate tax rate decreases, too, it goes from 35 to 21%. the bill eliminates the obamacare ban mate with individuals no longer required to purchase health care. it could result in 1 million more people becoming uninsured. chi
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 8:00am PST
wednesday, fox moved on quickly from roy moore's loss in alabama. what was your take on the election result? was breitbart, steve bannon second biggest losers of the election? >> absolutely. and maybe they were even bigger losers ultimately. there was such a clamoring of republicans to say we need to create distances from steve bannon. what they don't understand, he's not going anywhere. frankly it's because of programming on fox that gives steve power. he's part of that loop with trump and with fox. as long as trump takes his cues from that type of programming and content, he's going to need them. particularly as the mueller investigation intensifies -- it looks like they're laying the groundwork to firing mueller and end the investigation. >> one thing before we go to break, look, the american people, me, you, all of us watching, we deserve to know exactly how russia interfered in the election last year. that's what mueller is probing. we and all the american people deserve to know if the russians had any help. we need to know if the trump campaign new about the russian attack. we
FOX News
Dec 17, 2017 8:00am PST
howie: much of the media celebrates the upset in alabama after weeks of scrutiny over roy moore and points the finger at the president. >> it's a resounding rejection of president trump and all he's standing for. >> that democrat was elected to the u.s. senate in an utter repudiation of steve bannon and what he stand for and by extension donald trump and what he stands for. >> this was not a referendum on trump, i think it was a referendum on harvey weinstein. howie: did roy moore help push doug jones to victory. the allegations against trump are back in the campaign. and slam the president for his tweet about kristen gillibrand. >> your mind is in the gutter. so, no. howie: is the press actively promoting these year-old allegations against donald trump. tavis smily is fighting back. >> let me assure you i have never groped, inappropriately exposed myself or coerced any colleague in my 30-year career. howie: are many of the accused being tarred with the same brush? i'm on the red carpet with steven spielberg, meryl streep and tom hanks. >> i was drawn to the idea about making a film
ABC
Dec 17, 2017 8:00am PST
-- >> alabama has been at a cross roads. >> a seismic wakeup call as the senate majority shrinks. >> he tried. i want to support the person running. we need the seat. >> did republicans dodge a bullet? what does this mean for steve bannon's war on the republican establishment? whose side will trump take? big questions for john cornyn. and the democrat leading their campaign to take back the senate, chris van hollen. and our powerhouse "roundtable." we'll break down the politics, smoke out the spin. the facts that matter. "this week." >>> good morning. as we head into the holidays, it sure looks like president trump and the gop will get what they want for christmas. the votes lined up for the largest tax cut in years. and trump's biggest legislative victory yet. what will it mean for the economy and the middle class? that may take years to determine. we'll have two of america's prominent economists ahead. to analyze the impact. for now sh passing the tax plan, a political boost that the republicans need, after their worst political loss of the year in alabama. will it look like a win one year
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 10:30am EST
travers and including alabama and everybody came back to saratoga. and from then on, it was a great success. >> then there was metalwork, one of the great resources of all-time. >> man-of-war was synonymous with saratoga. the race here seven times and the 16 and lost one. he will off the sanford memorial when he was a two-year-old. he was a 2 to 5 favorite but they didn't have many starting dates so he had to be good to keep the horses in line and get an equal start. and martin's castle called in sick so they had to have a placing jug by the name of charles pettengill to start the course and he was terrible at it. he couldn't get them off at all and when he started them off, man-of-war was either backwards or sideways.we don't have the some of it but it was just eyewitnesses but he was not ready for the race. he ended up running dead last and he only lost by about half the length. it was the only loss of his career. and saratoga saw just about rape every resource that ever lived, most of them this type of racing was in world war ii. and 1942, they had any racing upstate. and so sara
CBS
Dec 17, 2017 10:30am EST
: we'll ask him and what the next step is for democrats' stunning alabama. we'll also talk to oklahoma republican senator james of the intelligence committee which is the investigation into possiblee russia we'll also have plenty of analysis on all the news of the week and look ahead to next. plus how the tax bill might impact you it's all ahead on "face the nation." good morning, welcome to "face th i'm john dickerson. in the home stretch.ll be moves to the senate.int it looks like republhicans have enough votes to pass it. one s.5 trillion tax cut roughly doubles the standard deduction fo it cuts individual tax rates, the top income bracket drops from 9.6 to 37%. the corporate tax rate decreases, too, it goes from 35 to 21%. the bill eliminates the obamacare ban mate with long to purchase health care. it could result in 1 million more people becoming uninsured. child tax credit is doubled to $2,000. qualifying goes up to $500,000 and 1400 of the credit will be refundable for those whose income is so lowey don't pay income tax.rest deduction is capped at 750,000 and deduction for sta
ABC
Dec 17, 2017 7:00am PST
, chris van hollen discusses the race in alabama. what it means for his party's chances in 2018. on "this week." on abc. >>> now to the massive wildfire that's been tearing through southern california for almost two weeks. the thomas fire is now the third largest in california history. it's forcing a new round of evacuations. >> this thing is huge. it's torched 267,000 acres. an area larger than new york city. marci gonzalez is in santa barbara. with the latest. marci, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, paula, good morning. you can see all this red back here where crews dropped fire retardant. it was no help. firefighters say the flames came over the hill so quickly, they just didn't have time to save this home. while they were trying, the heat melted some of their hoses. they were able to save other homes in this neighborhood and this morning they're working to protect many more. >> more than 10,000 acres burning just since friday. flames like a glowing gash threatening homes. forcing 16,000 new mandatory evacuations. weather conditions creating a challenge for firefighters as we saw
FOX News
Dec 17, 2017 7:00am PST
helzberg diamonds. while supplies last. .. howie: much of the media celebrates the upset in alabama after weeks of scrutiny over roy moore and points the finger at the president. >> it's a resounding rejection of president trump and all he's standing for. >> that democrat was elected to the u.s. senate in an utter repudiation of steve bannon and what he stand for and by extension donald trump and what he stands for. >> this was not a referendum on trump, i think it was a referendum on harvey weinstein. howie: did roy
NBC
Dec 17, 2017 10:00am EST
earthquake. democrat doug jones' win over roy moore in alabama changes the political calculus for 2018. >> we have come so far, and the people of alabama have spoken. >> republicans may be relieved that roy moore is gone -- >> i'm really, really happy with what happened for all of us. >> -- but democrats suddenly sense the possibility of taking back both the house and the senate. >> i think that the energy going into 2018 has already begun. >> my guest this morning, democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia and republican governor john kasich of ohio. >>> plus, our brand-new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll out this morning, and it suggests democrats may be right, that a wave is coming. we'll bring you all the numbers.
NBC
Dec 17, 2017 7:00am PST
sunday, a political earthquake. democrat doug jones' win over roy moore in alabama changes the political calculus for 2018. >> we have come so far, and the people of alabama have spoken. >> republicans may be relieved that roy moore is gone -- >> i'm really, really happy with what happened for all of us. >> -- but democrats suddenly sense the possibility of taking back both the house and the senate. >> i think that the energy going into 2018 has already begun. >> my guest this morning, democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia and republican governor john kasich of ohio. >>> plus, our brand-new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll out this morning, and it suggests democrats may be right, that a wa i
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 7:00am PST
building a better california. >>> coming up, black women won democrats in alabama's senate seat and we will find out if the democratic party is listening. stay with us. more people shop online for the holidays than ever before. (clapping) and the united states postal service delivers more of those purchases to homes than anyone else in the country. ( ♪ ) because we know, even the smallest things are sometimes the biggest. even the smallest things a trip back to the dthe doctor's office, mean just for a shot. but why go back there, when you can stay home... ...with neulasta onpro? strong chemo can put you at risk of serious infection. neulasta helps reduce infection risk by boosting your white blood cell count, which strengthens your immune system. in a key study, neulasta reduced the risk of infection from 17% to 1%... ...a 94% decrease. applied the day of chemo, neulasta onpro is designed to deliver neulasta the next day. neulasta is for certain cancer patients receiving strong chemotherapy. do not take neulasta if you're allergic to neulasta or neupogen (filgrastim). ruptured splee
NBC
Dec 17, 2017 10:00am EST
week's highly contested alabama senate race and what it really means for capitol hill. chuck will join us for a preview ? >>> and this is an exciting birthday. when you are the hope, you can have any kind of cake that you want especially when you live in italy, right? he likes it pizza style. there he is blowing out his birthday candle on an extra long pizza at the vatican. he turned 81 today. pope francised to t sicis told celebrating with him is eating all that pizza will help them grow. >> love the pope. and you know what, i wish that was really true. i love pizza. >> well, it does help you grow. just -- >> hey, the pope said it. >> not the way we all want to grow, but you grow. >> exactly. >> great birthday. >>> so a warmer sunday is on attach. perfect day to get out there, do might even see david culver in the mall. >>> also we'll take you out west. this is the situation that as we approach the holiday, you have to feel for these folks. the thomas fire is continuing to rage. we'll show you what is next for the firefighters as well as those who live out there. running a small
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 6:00am PST
alabama. >> i am truly overwhelmed. >> could be this the start of a democratic wave? and what does it say about the president's base? alabama's new senator, democrat doug jones, joins me in moments. >>> hello, i'm jake tapper in washington where the state of our union is on edge to see hough the president is going to go. this morning lawyers representing president trump's transition team are accusing the special counsel of obtaining unauthorized access to tens of thousands of presidential transition e-mails. in a new letter to congress, the lawyer claims it taints the administration and the president is considering firing bob mueller. in a rare response they said, when we have obtained e-mails in our ongoing criminal investigation, we have secured either the account owner's consent or appropriate criminal process, end quote. the special counsel is set to meet with the administration. here with me to discuss that is treasury secretary steve mnuchin. secretary mnuchin, thank you as always, for being here. >> thank you. it's good to be with you. >> we'll get to the taxes in a minute, but i w
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Dec 17, 2017 6:00am PST
in alabama this past week, all signs are pointing to a tough challenge ahead. >> i want you to add to caitlyn's thoughts there, what are you seeing? >> the big question now is how do -- how capitalize on this. you heard increasing bullishness out of democrats they have a legitimate chance of retaking the house but the question now is do they campaign against donald trump, or do they campaign on the economic issues that some say arguably propelled president trump to office in the first place? i think there is real debate going on within the democratic party right now about which one of those avenues to take, even given the numbers we're seeing today. >> ladies, i'll ask you to stand by. we'll talk about the muller investigation and e-mails but let's get more specifically to that. the trump transition team says he illegally obtained tens of thousands of e-mails for the russia investigation. right now, kelly o'donnell has more on this. with a good morning to you, what are you hearing about it? >> good morning, alex. one thing that stands out about this is look it it from the lens of t
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