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Transcript: Sen. Marco Rubio on "Face the Nation," October 14, 2018

15-Oct-2018

The following is a transcript of the interview with Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida that aired Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, on "Face the Nation."

SENATOR MARCO RUBIO: Well, a few things obviously, Panama, I've gotten to Panama City and I've met with and seen the drone images there from the emergency operations center in Bay County and it's deep devastation. I've lived through a bunch of hurricanes myself going back to Andrew and here in South Florida, and what I saw in Panama City reminds me of Andrew.

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Transcript: Sen. Ben Sasse on "Face the Nation," October 14, 2018

15-Oct-2018

The following is a transcript of the interview with Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska that aired Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, on "Face the Nation."

BEN SASSE: There's a lot that's going on that's acute the last two years, but I think what we're really struggling with is decades in the coming.

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Full transcript: "Face the Nation" on October 14, 2018

15-Oct-2018

JOHN DICKERSON: Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made the case that the behavior of Democrats with respect to this confirmation was a shot in the arm for Republicans and that the President was, essentially, playing on that idea that Democrats overreached

JOHN DICKERSON: But what the congressman and others are saying is-- is that if you believe the science about human contribution that there are mitigation efforts you can take with greenhouse gases and that that's where there needs to be a little more focus from Republicans is on admitting that that climate change is caused by human activity and taking actions with-- whether it's coal plants or emissions from cars or methane gas to actually get-- get it where the problem is occurring.

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Deroy Murdock: Save the Democrats -- crush them at the polls

Tuesday 22:48 GMT

“If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd,” she urged fellow Democrats in June.

The screams from the U.S. Senate gallery during the ayes and noes on Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation were the Democratic party’s cries for help. Voters should arrange the major intervention that Democrats sorely need, so they might regain their mental health.

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Paul Ryan says journalist's fate "disturbing" but U.S.-Saudi ties will "persist"

Thursday 11:45 GMT

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Wednesday that the disappearance and alleged killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is "really disturbing" and could be problematic for the U.S.-Saudi relationship. However, in the interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson, Ryan also noted that "there is a lot to this relationship that will persist no matter what."

Asked by Dickerson whether the president practices "inclusive politics," Ryan said that "sometimes he does and sometimes he doesn't."

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Former pro wrestler ‘Dirty’ Dick Slater dead at 67

Saturday 11:45 GMT

RIP!”. Former wrestling superstar Ric Flair honored Slater in a tweet which read, “So Sad To Hear About The Passing Of My Good Friend Dick Slater Who Was A Great Wrestler And One Of The Legit Toughest Guys Of All Time.”

“Slater competed in WWE from 1986 to 1987 before moving to Japan and finishing his in-ring career in WCW.”. “The National Wrestling Alliance sends its deepest sympathies and condolences to the family, friends and fans of Dick Slater,” the organization wrote in a tweet with a mélange of Slater images.

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How the birth and death of the NASL changed soccer in America forever

Saturday 15:25 GMT

The NASL was American soccer’s big bang, the league that ignited a soccer boom in the States and brought over to American shores some of the greatest players of their generation.

“It made it very challenging especially when you had the dirt surface and the grass next to it,” said Dick Howard, a goalkeeper who emigrated from England to pursue a soccer career (he was there at the league’s birth and death).


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