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... given regular baths. So that's another big deal that the White House has decided to say, will -- we're happy to do that.Judy Woodruff: They -- and significant, as you said, because children, immigrant children, involved. Yamiche Alcindor: Yes. Judy Woodruff: Yamiche Alcindor, thank you. Yamiche Alcindor: thank you.
... Alcindor: Absolutely, including, why didn't he subpoena the president to sit down for an in-person interview as part of the investigation? Judy Woodruff: Yamiche Alcindor reporting for us on all this, thank you very much. Yamiche Alcindor: Thanks, Judy. Judy Woodruff: And in a related development today, executives ...
... him. So this is, of course, not -- we have never seen anything like this before in a president. But this is the president's style, and he's sticking to it. Judy Woodruff: Yamiche Alcindor, reporting for us from the White House, thank you, Yamiche. Yamiche Alcindor: Thanks so much.
... they say acting actually erodes authority in the military, and that no acting secretary is seen overseas as someone in charge. We have now been without a full secretary for more than six months. They say that is a problem. Judy Woodruff: Lisa Desjardins, Yamiche Alcindor, we thank you both.
... about impeachment. But, initially, they're really just saying, the president shouldn't be in office anymore and that they have a better plan for the country. Judy Woodruff: Yamiche Alcindor there to watch the president's campaign rally tonight in Orlando, thank you, Yamiche. Yamiche Alcindor: Thanks so much.
Yamiche Alcindor: To Former Texas Congressman Beto O'Rourke in Charleston, South Carolina. Beto O' Rourke: You all ready to march? (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Yamiche Alcindor: At a church in Spartanburg, South Carolina, O'Rourke later talked voting rights. Beto O' Rourke: At the heart of our campaign is bringing ...
Meanwhile, The New York Times is reporting the Department of Justice is seeking to interview CIA officers. The effort is said to be part of the administration's probe into the origins of the Russia investigation. For the "PBS NewsHour," I'm Yamiche Alcindor. President Donald Trump: To dig into ...
... star R. Kelly is yet again facing charges of sexual abuse. He's also the subject of three federal investigations, including one about sex trafficking. Yamiche Alcindor talks to journalist Jim DeRogatis, author of “Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly,” about how DeRogatis first uncovered the alleged abuse, how institutions ...
... post-Brexit. So what we see is really the president just coming here to say that the U.K. and the U.S. are very close allies and will remain that way. Judy Woodruff: Yamiche Alcindor, following the president's visit from London, thanks, Yamiche. Yamiche Alcindor: Thanks so much.
... And then there's this other thing that I think we're going to be trying to parse for years to come. Yamiche Alcindor: Well, thank you so much for joining us. The book is "Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly." Jim DeRogatis, thank you. Jim DeRogatis: Thank you, Yamiche.
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