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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher / Editor attends the broadcast at 10am. We delve into the following:
- Westchester County Executive George Latimer is adamant about terminating agreement with Standard Amusements from Playland. Latimer is steadfast, a side not readily recognized in his demeanor. What has been the catalyst that has raised his ire?
- White Plains Democrats are opposed to Kat Brezler’s campaign for Common Council to be resuscitated. The Appellate Court makes it decision on Tuesday. What is the likely outcome for Ms. Brezler? And why the desire to stop her before she can begin. What has caused the battle royale? This segment for 10-10:30am.
Michael Edelman, Esq., Political Analyst covers local, national and international news and analysis every Monday morning from 10:30-11am.
- Donald Trump’s trade war has placed many farmer’s ability to survive in a precarious situation. Trump is losing support in the farm belt. Will the Midwest abandon POTUS?
- Lebanon and Jordan advise they will no longer recognize the State of Israel when Trump’s official “peace deal” is divulged. has the President created a worse quagmire in the ever vacillating perspectives in the Middle East?
- Will the outcome of the European Parliamentary Elections, where Eurocentric France and Germany centrists have lost ground; nationalists led by the Italians grew slightly, and the Greens won heftier support reveal a world divine on similar fault lines? Do these fault lines reveal themselves in Asia, South America, and the U.S. alike?
- How does trade impact the security of companies such as Ford, and Apple who manufacture in China? Will markets open in India, Vietnam, and Cambodia? Will the American consumer bear the brunt of this trade war?
- Do the charges against Julian Assange diminish the reporting capacity of reporters in the U.S. and those operating abroad. Are freedoms in America being curtailed?
- Fiat Chrysler America (FCA) has been reported by the Financial Times to be in advanced discussion to forge ties with Renault, and if so, in turn lead to joint the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance in the future? What does that say about globalism and its impact on nations throughout the world?
- Is Huawei’s capacity to survive Trump’s marginalizing those companies and nations that engage them in commerce the will spur them to succeed beyond their initial plans?
- Is the prospect of Boeing financially collapsing over the 737 Max 8 airplane the harbinger of Chinese, Soviet, European, and Japanese competition that will hinder Boeing returning to its past prowess?
Is the likely outcome of disrupting trade negotiations a symbiotic malfunction that will bring about higher prices hitting the wallets of American consumers?
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large engages in telling the latest hyperlocal, state, national, and international breaking news with commensurate analysis. This segment from 11:00am-12Noon.
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