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  • WATCH: Reporter Asks Psaki ‘Why Not Invite Nicki Minaj to the White House’ — And Psaki Doesn...
    ABC News White House correspondent Karen Travers made a case for President Joe Biden’s administration to invite rap superstar Nicki Minaj to the White House. Press Secretary Jen Psaki did not shoot the idea down. Despite a visible administration-wide diminution of patience with the unvaccinated — and a nationwide one as well — Psaki took care to keep it friendly when she was first asked about Ms. Minaj’s claim to have been invited to the People’s House to discuss her well-publicized hesitancy to get vaccinated for COVID-19, taking pains to point out that “we don’t see this as a point of tension or disagreement.” Later in that same briefing, Travers pointed out that “Nicki Minaj has 22 million Twitter followers” and asked, “Why not invite her to the White House, have a conversation, and make it a big public thing?” “Well, I appreciate your recommendations… ..... Read More.
    MEDIAite – Radio/Tv/Internet News|TheTopNews.NetFri, September 17, 2021
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  • NY Times’ Jonathan Martin: Reps Cheney and Kinzinger Could Follow Gonzalez’s Lead and Quit
    Republican Congressman Anthony Gonzalez revealed to the New York Times’s Jonathan Martin that he will be retiring from Congress after this term, citing concerns over his and his family’s security from threats of violence from Trump loyalists. Martin appeared on CNN’s New Day and revealed that Reps. Cheney and Kinzinger could be next. Rep. Gonzalez was a star college football player for the Ohio State Buckeyes and was a first-round NFL draft choice. He also is a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump and called him a “cancer for the country.” He was one of a dozen Republican members of Congress that voted to impeach Trump following the attack on the Capitol on January 6th by Trump supporters seeking to overturn the election results. Co-Host Brianna Keilar asked Martin how his report of Gonzalez retiring will affect the political future, particularly of the House Republican caucus… ..... Read More.
    MEDIAite – Radio/Tv/Internet News|TheTopNews.NetFri, September 17, 2021
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  • GOP Congressman Calls Trump ‘Cancer’ While Announcing Retirement Over Threat of Violence from Tr...
    Republican Rep. Anthony Gonzalez revealed to the New York Times’s Jonathan Martin that he will be retiring from Congress after this term, citing concerns over his and his family’s security from threats of violence from Trump loyalists. Rep. Gonzalez was a star college football player for the Ohio State Buckeyes and was a first-round NFL draft choice. He also is a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump and called him a “cancer for the country.” He was one of a dozen Republican members of Congress that voted to impeach Trump following the attack on the Capitol on January 6th by Trump supporters seeking to overturn the election results. Martin reports: The congressman, who has two young children, emphasized that he was leaving in large part because of family considerations and the difficulties that come with living between two cities. But he made clear that… ..... Read More.
    MEDIAite – Radio/Tv/Internet News|TheTopNews.NetFri, September 17, 2021
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  • Station Sales Week Of 9/17
    Riverfront Broadcasting sells AC “Hometown Radio 92.7” KLGA-FM and Country “Home Country” 1600 KLGZ/98.5 K253BJ Algona IA to Bernadette Merrill’s A2Z Broadcasting for $1,680,512. Merrill has worked for the stations from 1994 to 1997 and again 2011, rising to General Manager in 2017. Townsquare Media sells 1530 WLCO Lapeer/Flint MI to Smile FM for $172,500. The 5kW daytimer has been simulcasting Classic Rock “US 103.1” WQUS Lapeer. As part of the deal, Smile FM will also gain the right to program Townsquare’s 95.7 WLHT-HD2 Grand Rapids for three years with the deal valued with the WLCO license at $22,500, the station’s transmitter site at $60,000, and the WLHT-HD2 lease at $90,000. David Blair sells AC “Y100.5” WZQY Glade Spring/Marion VA to Candace Bacon, Rebecca Bouldin and Christina Ogle’s Ladybug Radio for $60,000. The buyers are the three daughters of Bristol Broadcasting owners Roger and Lisa Bouldin, but the station will… ..... Read More.
    RADIO INSIGHT – News | Radio-TV Industry NewsFri, September 17, 2021
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  • Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Says ‘Illegals’ Will Have Millions of Children ‘Who Are Gonna Take ...
    Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R-TX) claimed that migrants coming in from the southern border are being used to start a “silent revolution by the Democrat party to take over the country.” Speaking with Laura Ingraham on Fox News Thursday night, Patrick told the Fox News host that Friday is Constitution Day before citing Article IV, Section 4 of the document, known as the Guarantee Clause. It says the federal government guarantees each state a republican (yes, that’s a small r) form of government, as well as protection against invasion. Patrick paraphrased the clause, and seized upon the “invasion” part: The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union, and shall protect each of them against invasion and domestic violence and guarantee a Republican form of government. We need every state–every red state because the blue ones won’t do it, to send and… ..... Read More.
    MEDIAite – Radio/Tv/Internet News|TheTopNews.NetThu, September 16, 2021
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  • Minnesota Police Face Backlash for Distributing ‘Not-Reaching Pouches’ to Use During Traffic Sto...
    Screenshot via Minnesota DPS on Twitter. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety faced swift backlash after they posted photos of “Not-Reaching Pouches” on their Facebook and Twitter accounts, meant to hold a driver’s license, insurance card, and vehicle registration to keep them within easy reach to produce during a traffic stop. The stated purpose of the pouches was “to help reduce deadly force encounters between law enforcement and citizens during traffic stops” by “making it easier for law enforcement to see when motorists are reaching for documents.” Subsequent tweets said that the Minnesota DPS had purchased a quantity of the “Not-Reaching Pouches” and they and other law enforcement officers planned to pass them out at community events. A similar post was made on the agency’s Facebook page, and a press release on their website listed the law enforcement agencies that would be participating, including the Minnesota State Patrol, Saint Paul… ..... Read More.
    MEDIAite – Radio/Tv/Internet News|TheTopNews.NetThu, September 16, 2021
    13 hours ago
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