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John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher / Editor opens the broadcast day at 10am.
- We explore Westchester County Board Legislator’s ban of non-degradable plastic containers and cups.
- We explore the long awaited integrity of the new mental health website … https://dcmhservices.westchstergov.com
- We learn of Westchester County committing to repair the Carousel and the Derby Racer ride at Rye Playland.
- We delve into the reason for White Plains School District Superintendent Joseph Rica’s hired for another 5 years at the helm.
This segment from 10-10:30am.
Michael Edelman, Esq., Political Analyst, delves into local, national and international news and analysis from 10:30-11am.
- House Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) on CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday said the “send her back” chant directed at Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) that broke out at a Presient Trump rally last week was “inappropriate” but that it was not about race, gender, or religion. Cheney said, “These members of the House of Representatives — it’s not just these four — fundamentally believe in policies that are dangerous for this nation, and as Republicans we’re going to fight against those.” Is Cheney on target by suggesting there is a difference of “policy” to which the crown chanted against Rep. Omar?
- Fox News Reporter Chris Wallace spoke to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) during which Nadler advised that Trump and Attorney General Barr had lied to the American people when stating that the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report found no collusion, that is not true; that they found no obstruction, that is not true.” Continuing, Nadler said, “People don’t read a 448-page report and I believe that when people hear what was in the Mueller report then we’ll be in a position to begin holding the president accountable to make this less of a lawless administration.”
- Rep. Al Green (D-TX) on Hill.TV’s “Rising” broadcast doubled down on calling for the impeachment of President Trump adding it was the ”only solution” to POTUS’ rhetoric.” Green continued advising, “This is a president now standing before a crowd of people who have moved from ‘lock her up’ to ‘send her back.’” Green added, “This is unbelievable in this country… “If somebody doesn’t take a stand, there will be no guardrails for this president.”
- Congressman White House counselor Kellyanne Conway attacked the four progressive congresswomen asserting that they represent a “dark underbelly” of the country. Referencing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA). Counselor Conway said, “Forget these four. They represent a dark underbelly of people in this country of people who are not respecting our troops, are not giving them the resources and the respect that they deserve.” Kellyanne Conway, referring to the four as the The Squad, are a group of Democratic congresswomen of color, “represent a dark underbelly of this country.” She slammed the first-term lawmakers for being the only four Democrats to vote against a border funding package that included humanitarian aid to address the influx of migrants.
- Former Vice-President Joe Biden’s lead among top contenders in the Democratic Primary filed ha narrowed in early polling released on Sunday by a CBS poll. Biden enjoys a 5 point lead over his closest competitor, with 25 percent of likely Democratic voters in states holding their primaries before or on Super Tuesday saying they would vote for Biden if the primary or caucus were held today. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is the second choice of voters in the 18 states surveyed, coming in at 20 percent. Sens. Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) are in tight competition for third, at 16 percent and 15 percent support, respectively. South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-IN), at 6 percent, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX), at 4 percent, and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro, at 2 percent, with the remaining candidates scoring less than 2 percent support. Warren and Harris, at 55 percent and 53 percent respective, lead the field in terms of who respondents are considering voting for. CBS’ surveyed 8,760 registered Democratic voters in early states between July 9 and 18. The margin of error for the sample is 1.5 points.
This segment from 10:30-11am.
Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large delves into hyperlocal, city, county, state, national, and international issues with commensurate analysis.
This segment from 11am-12Noon.