President Trump, Attorney, Donald Trump discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

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Montage. I promised here is the montage. This is Senator Hirono we have time for this share. Yeah. We have time before we get to your berries, the Sherry berries Sheri's berries. We're going to give that we'll have that giveaway. Just a moment. Let's see much of this week at stomach seriously. I know a lot of joining us and you're saying wait a second. What do I missed you? Missed a lot. Okay. You miss a ton. But this is the beginning statement from Senator Geraldo where she calls the president a Griffin at Aligarh. So she's questioning attorney general bar, and she starts with this Mr. bar. Now, the American people know that you are no different from Rudy Giuliani or Kellyanne Conway or any of the other people who sacrificed their ones decent reputation for the Gifter liar who sits in the Oval Office. He wants turn down a job offer from Donald Trump to represent him as his private attorney. Ed, you confirmation hearing you told Senator Feinstein that quote, the job of attorney general is nothing as representing an quote, the president. So you know, the difference, but you've chosen to be the president's lawyer inside with him. You use every vantage of your office to create the impression that the president was cleared of misconduct. You selectively quoted fragments from the special counsel report taking some of the most important statements out of context and ignoring the rest, you put the power and authority of the office of the attorney general and the department of Justice behind a public relations effort to help Donald Trump protect himself. Finally, you lied to congress. Utah Representative Charlie Chris that you didn't know what objections Muller's team might have to March twenty four th so-called summary, you tell Santa Chris van Holland that you didn't know if Bob Muller supported your conclusions. But you knew you lied, and now we know a lot of respected nonpartisan legal experts. Andy elected officials were surprised by your efforts to protect the president. But I wasn't surprised. You did exactly what I thought you'd do is why I voted against. You'll confirmation I expected you try to protect the president. And indeed you did. But now, we know more about your deep involvement and trying to cover up what Donald Trump being attorney general of the United States is a sacred trust you have betrayed that. Trust America deserves better. You should resign. You've been clear today that you don't think that any of the ten episodes of possible of obstruction that the special counsel outlined is a crime. I disagree. Do you think it's okay for a president to fire, and if director to stop him from investigating links between his his campaign and Russia may not be a crime. But do you think it's okay? Well, I think the report is clear that that I'm not talking about the report and. Occurred. I'm asking you. I don't think it's okay for the president to do what he did to fire the special counsel. I think it's key investigate what he did. And I don't think the evidence supports the proposition. Stop the investigation. You think it's okay. For a president to ask his White House counsel to lie. Well, I'm willing to talk about what's criminal. We've already acknowledged that you think it was not a crime. I'm just asking whether you think it's okay. Even if it's not a con, do you think it's okay? For the president to ask his White House counsel to lie. Which if you just go to go back to where the which telling me that let me ask you the last question that I haven't seventeen seconds. Do you think it's okay for president offer pardons to people who don't testify against him to threaten the family of someone who does is that? Okay. What when did he for apart? And deciding what I'm talking about. Please. As Mr. attorney tunnel. You know, give them credit for knowing what the hell is going on around here with the really. To this line of questioning. So we're listen, you slandered this man what I want to know is how do we how do we get to this point? I think. All. I am done. Thank you very finally went confronted when Lindsey Graham finally steps in. He shouldn't have done that minutes before. I am done. That's it. That was Senator Geraldo from Hawaii who man. I would say she puts the be in the word rich. But I'm not gonna go there. That's that's been east me. Not doing it. Not gonna do it tack dog though that was a wild display for sure. Podcast of this broadcast today because we've covered a lot of ground, and we haven't done as much on the lighter side as I wish we would have. It's all available a case dot com. The five o'clock hour, six o'clock hour, seven o'clock hour. It's all there. What else? Do we have for you? Well, I got one more for you. Maybe if you've got two more how about this? First of all we've got the guy with the jeopardy winning streak another day. Another win for this jeopardy. Consistent, James holes. Hauser correspondent Scott Carr tells us how he's tied now for the second longest winning streak in the show's very long history. Here's Scott, let's came up with the correct response. Of course, it did James whole tower of Las Vegas said to be a professional gambler won his twentieth. Game of jeopardy Wednesday. The thirty four year old now shares the second longest.

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