down but i was wrong. multiple parks with the kingdom with prices to range $124 to $189 and that is for a day. in the past is reaching upwards of $1300. disney said it is focused on providing guests with the best most memorable experience by expanding its theme parks with new attractions and offerings. >> carley: are you interested? >> todd: not anytime soon. you know how cheap i am. in the meantime, the las vegas raiders duking it out on the road against the l.a. rams. falling short 17-16, the raiders in thursday night contest, a huge win for the rams with new quarterback baker mayfield. he was on another team monday but coming on the bench to lead the charge. >> second antenna, mayfield and jefferson, is that possible? touchdown. >> todd: 98-yard drive to close it out and again he was on
pentagon's budget by $45 billion. >> the bill is heading to the senate next week where it is expected to pass. the los angeles rams defeating the las vegas raiders in an epic come back thanks to new quarterback baker mayfield. >> second and 10. mayfield, to the end zone to jefferson. is that possible? touchdown. >> carley: mayfield came off the bench rallying his team which was down 16-3. entering the fourth quarter to win by just one point. the comeback win snaps l.a.'s six game losing streak in spectacular fashion. those are your headlines, guys, over to you. >> brian: a cut from the worst team in football and put on the world championship and basically comeback. >> carley: i wonder if he likes his new colors. >> carley: that was something i was not thinking how he liked the colors. >> carley: we should ask. >> brian: he does like playing in a super bowl.
because that's neither here nor there. there's just a very specific collective action, tactical problem, to encounter. it's that if you wear it to be, like, this is, it we have to do it, what does that even mean? who does it, and how? this is what i want to learn. >> elected officials to it. they're elected, they speak to the party, and donors and other influential's, obviously. i think absolutely right. 2016, i talked to krystal. republican, then i talked to a lot of republicans, oh, we can't abandon trump, he's the candidate. i'm running for the house. i need trump to do well so i can do well. it's a trap. then, he's president. people -- pressure not to abandon trump, if you're in congress, or your business type, or if you're a lawyer who wants to be appointed to the bench. million reasons why -- after january 6th, he would've thought there would've been the huge abandonment. even then, kevin mccarthy want to see him right after, because they thought they could win the
you're the foremost expert in america on why 50 1:49 is better than 50/50. so from years perspective as that expert, explain to us why it matters so much. >> yeah. the bottom line is 51 is so much better than 54 a bunch of races. first, in terms of appointments. when it's 50/50, it takes a long, procedural, torturous road to get candidates for judge, or administration positions moving forward. we can do it a lot more quickly. by the way, chris, one of the things were proudest of as we put more good, strong, progressive people on the bench than anyone has. we are over 80 judges now we put in place. that can speed up and leave the republicans blocking -- so many important moments. ambassadors, cabinet, sub cabinet members that are needed going forward. second, our committees -- now, we have a majority. that means we can pass more legislation, at least through
that expert, explain to us why it matters so much? >> the bottom line is 51 is so much better than 50. for a bunch of reasons. first, in terms of appointments. when it's 50/50, you can't -- it takes a long, and procedural, torturous road to get candidates for judge or administration positions on we can do it a lot more quickly. by the way chris. one of the things we are proudest of, is that we put more good, strong, progressive people on the bench than anyone has. we are over 80 judges now we've put in place. that can speed up. the republicans blocking of so many appointments. ambassadors and cabinet, sub cabinet members needed going forward. second, our committees, we have a majority. that means we can pass more legislation. at least through the senate. and maybe through the house. if enough republicans who are not maga start working with us.
getting american jobs here not in china with new industries and the chips legislation. expanding health care. they said whoa. this democratic party is the party that i like. >> schumer greeted democrats 51st senator rafael warnock of georgia as he returned to washington yesterday. here is why that extra seat is so important in the upper chamber. >> the practical effects of the 51 seat majority is big, it's significant. it gives us a -- we can breathe a sigh of relief. obviously, judges and nominees will be a lot easier to put on the bench. it's been amazing how republicans have been able to use the 50/50 senate to hold up so many appointments. it's going to be a hot quicker,
indefensible or anything but at the end of the day, obviously anyone in congress should be concerned about the storage of classified documents. but it is frustrating for me to have jurisdiction over the national archives and i have no idea what type of documents we're talking about. classified can be a wide range of variations. so we don't know, just on the surface of things, it would obviously be concerned. >> you condemned the former president's dinner with a prominent anti-semite. this week he suggested terminating the constitution. this week his candidate in georgia lost. putting all of those things together do you think he's still the right leader for the republican party? >> i believe we have a deep bench in the republican party. the former president is popular in my home state of kentucky, obviously. i think he did a lot of good things, policies during his four years but at the end of the day we're going to have a primary.
but the family had returned to find several items ofjewellery and watches missing, as now raheem sterling is prepared to come and rejoin england so they are expecting him back tomorrow but will he be in contention if he is on the bench? and of course he will be, but it seems very, very unlikely that after missing a whole week of training and the build—up to the last of the quarterfinals they face the french on saturday evening would he actually start. he missed the last group game against the welsh, he missed the last 16 tie and the way england were playing in that, you feel that other players have cemented forward roles and that marcus rashford would be first in the pecking order if there is any change to get the nod to go into the front three. good news is that raheem sterling comes back into the
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