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Matt Whitaker Unpacks the FBI Politization of the Mar-a-Lago Raid

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

Matt Whitaker Unpacks the FBI Politization of the Mar-a-Lago Raid

"Really breaking news episode today. This is a special episode that we're going to be discussing what just happened yesterday at Mar-a-Lago in Florida, the raid or the investigation with the FBI into Donald Trump's classified information that came from The White House a lot going on with this. But could not think of a better person to sit down and talk with than my friend Matt Whit or former acting attorney general U.S. attorney. Going to get a lot of answers today. So Matt, let's just go straight into this. Let's give people what they need. Mascot to have you back on the podcast. Doug, I'm always enjoy the time we spend together. And I look forward to having you on my show, liberty and justice soon. Looking forward to liberty and if you folks, have you not sang liberty and Josh, you gotta get on it. I mean Matt is killing it with guests and in the topics they're discussing. Great stuff is we go, Matt, let's just go ahead and dive into it. There's no way around this. If you look at this, I mean, and we're still fresh into this, and a lot of hot takes going on here, but you know, this timing, the thing about this, when you were attorney general, 'cause number one, there's no way this could have gotten done without Chris wray or Merrick Garland knowing about it. What do you think the internal dynamics were that you could imagine inside DoJ with this? Well, I think the internal dynamics are pretty clear. I mean, there was a letter that was sent from the national archives that there was concern about president Trump's handling of presidential records after he moved out of The White House and there was an attempt to resolve that with the national archives and at some point in time this letter was sent to the FBI asking to open up a criminal investigation and that's exactly what the FBI did. You know, Doug, there's a lot of decisions, as you know, that were made in this situation, but I think the most concerning decision that was made was, and I'm sure it was approved by Chris wray and approved by Merrick Garland as attorney general. And that was the execution of a search warrant instead of sending a subpoena or instead of continuing to negotiate on this issue.

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Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

"We also got on the panel last night to the one 6 hearing, and a big surprise, a big surprise for me. I learned something from the one securing history, cut number 23. What do you make of this hearing today and overall how these have kind of come out methodically? Well, today I learned something new. Something that's unusual. I learned that the assistant attorney general for the office of legal counsel, Steve engel. I've only met once and had a long conversation with once. But he very highly esteemed in Washington, D.C., and he served in that job four years for president Trump. When asked by president Trump what he would do if he fired the acting attorney general replaced him with a Trump oil is further down. He said, I'll quit. And the president backed off. That's news. That's the first time I've learned something from these hearings. And so the reason the public is fundamentally disinterested in what is going on in the Nancy Pelosi won 6 committee is that there is precious little news in these carriers. But when there is some, I notice it. And I know that the president got pushed back from one of his most trusted age and we ought to know that.

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1/6 panel hears of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

1/6 panel hears of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

"The house panel investigating the capitol riot as turned its focus to Donald Trump's pressure on the Justice Department to look at his election fraud claims Over an 11 day span after the election acting attorney general Jeff rose and says he heard from the president a lot Either called me or met with me virtually every day putting forth what acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donahue says was an arsenal of false fraud claims As the president went through them I went piece by piece to say no that's false That is not true They were among three former department officials testifying about Trump's push to bend the independent agency to his will And when they wouldn't go along his attempt to install a lower level official who would as the new attorney general That was Jeff Clark whose home federal agents searched last week Sagar Meghani Washington

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1/6 panel to hear of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

1/6 panel to hear of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

"The select committee investigating the capitol riot will hear from former Justice Department officials about an Oval Office showdown as Donald Trump sought to overturn the 2020 election The 5th committee hearing will shine a light on a turbulent stretch during president Trump's last days in office as he tried to bend the Justice Department to his will Lawmakers will hear from Jeffrey Rosen who was acting attorney general on the day the capitol was breached as well as top deputy Richard Donoghue and Stephen engel who was the assistant attorney general who ran the Justice Department office that provided legal advice to the executive branch According to Donahue's handwritten notes made public last year Trump directed Rosen over the phone to just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and the Republican congressman during a tense meeting on January 3rd the officials threatened to resign en masse when Trump proposed replacing Rosen with loyalist Jeffrey Clark the acting head of the civil division who supported Trump's bogus claims of election fraud in Georgia Jennifer King Washington

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Hot Takes With Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Hot Takes With Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker

"Former acting attorney general is here with us today. A lot to talk about, man. I mean, it seems like the election years rolling in, the world situations rolling in. And then, you know, just recently, I mean, the what may be goes down in the history books is one of the, you know, those law school cases that every law school student is going to have to learn about in their constitutional law class. This Dobbs case out of Mississippi. Preliminary that it looks like what a lot of us thought that it could be a 5 four overturning completely of row. Give me your hot take on that. Well, I'm actually pleased with Alito's leaked opinion. I think it puts everything in its historical context. It explains why roe and Casey and its progeny were incorrectly ruled and I just have to say this Doug. I think the left has put a lot of faith in the court and in roe and the power of the Supreme Court. As you know, those of us that are comfortably on the right and those are from normal places like you said, north Georgia, central Iowa, and all parts in between. Know that the constitutional structure puts the power in the people. Not the courts. And that's

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Trump Urged Justice Officials to Declare Election 'Corrupt'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Urged Justice Officials to Declare Election 'Corrupt'

"Hand written notes from a late December phone call underscore just how far then president trump went to try and stay in office the house oversight committee has released notes taken by a top justice department official who was on a call with the president and acting Attorney General Jeff Rosen according to the notes that then president told Rosen just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and be our congressmen the December twenty seven call happened just days after Attorney General bill Barr resigned he'd said the justice department had found no evidence of widespread fraud that could have over towards the election results Sager mag Connie at the White House

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"We have breaking news from the washington. Post tonight quote president. Donald trump called his acting attorney general nearly every day at the end of last year to alert him to claims voter fraud or alleged. Improper vote counts in the twenty twenty election according to people familiar with the conversations the personal pressure campaign which has not previously been reported involved. Repeated phone calls to acting attorney. General jeffrey rosen. In which trump raised various allegations. He had heard about an asked. What the justice department was doing about. The issue rosen told few people about the phone calls even in his inner circle. But there are notes of some of the calls that were written by. A top aide to rosen richard donahue who was present for some of the conversations. These people said donahue's notes could be turned over to congress in a matter of days. Joining us now is democratic congressman. Zoloft grin of california's use the chair of the house administration committee which held a hearing today on election subversion cars when lofgren reaction to this washington post reporting tonight. Well it's in keeping with many of the other reports we've had about the president's efforts to try and subvert the election. Frankly and we will certainly. I'm sure on the select committee wants to know more about that. You're on the january. Six committee were the held a hearing. Yesterday you're investigating. What led up to the attack on the capital as well as everything that happened that day but the question of what led up to. it is rather broad. Isn't it's not exactly clear. Where that boundary is. These phone calls to the attorney. General part of what led up to what happened on january six. Well we'll find out. I we're.

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Biden's Justice Department to ask nearly all Trump-era U.S. attorneys to resign

NPR News Now

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Biden's Justice Department to ask nearly all Trump-era U.S. attorneys to resign

"Plans to begin. The transition process for senate confirmed us attorneys as early as today as npr's ryan lucas reports. Two us attorneys conducting politically sensitive investigations are expected to remain in their current roles. One of the. us attorneys. Who is expected to stay on in his job is the us attorney for delaware. David weiss his office is conducting criminal investigation into president. Biden's son hunter. A senior justice department official tells. Npr that acting attorney general. Monty wilkinson called weiss on monday evening and asked him to hold in his current role. Thunder biden probe is one of two high profile politically sensitive investigations. The biden justice department inherited from the trump era. The other is special. Counsel john durham's investigation into the origins of the russia probe. Npr has learned that. Durham is expected to resign his post as us attorney for connecticut. What his appointment. As special counsel will remain in effect. Ryan lucas npr news washington. A team of

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DOJ rescinds memo used to justify separations of migrant families

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

DOJ rescinds memo used to justify separations of migrant families

"Memo establishing a zero tolerance enforcement policy for migrants crossing the southern border illegally and that as you probably remember Resulted in thousands of family separations. Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson issued the new memo to federal prosecutors across the country, saying the department would return to its longstanding previous policy to instruct prosecutors to act on the merits of individual cases that move on. Does the Trump administration's massively unpopular policy responsible for separating more than 5500 kids from their parents? First official call

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WTOP

"To improperly alter the outcome of a 2020 presidential election. He it is expected to be a broad review that comes on the heels of revelation that then President Trump considered replacing his acting attorney general, with an official more agreeable to his unfounded claims of voter front. Joining us to talk more about how this will work in what the outcome might be. Is Washington Post National Security reporter Matt Sabotage Key. How you met. This revelation, first reported by The New York Times about what the former president may have tried to do is pretty jaw dropping for a lot of people. Can you recap a bit of what that means? What happened? So in kind of the final weeks in office, President Trump entertained this sort of outlandish idea that he would cast aside his acting attorney general. At the time, a guy named Jeff Rosen and replace him with a relative. No name lawyer named Jeff Clarke, who was Head of the environmental environment. Natural Resource is division and the civil Division of the Justice Department, simply because Clark was Maura amenable to pursuing these ideas the president had about voter fraud. So Clark was wanting the department to hold a press conference, saying they were investigating serious allegations of voter front when that was In fact, not true. Officials had said repeatedly that they had found no evidence of such thing. He wanted to take other particular steps in Georgia and because of his willingness to go along with that President Trump was going to install him as the acting attorney general. He ultimately didn't because Justice Department officials threatened to resign and mass and so the president abandoned the plan. So how with this IG investigation worked at the Justice Department Yes. So the inspector general is kind of like the internal watchdog for the Justice Department. You know, people probably remember him from investigating how the FBI handled the Hillary Clinton email investigation How the FBI handled the Russia investigation so he'll dig into Justice Department files. Emails exchanged between Justice Department officials. To the extent he can. He will interview folks involved now. She has some limits, right? He's the Justice Department watchdog. His jurisdiction is the Justice Department so he can't really go looking at President Trump or other White House officials, except to the extent that they interacted with people at the Justice Department. He's also limited in that. Former Justice Department officials don't have to talk to him. The Justice Department inspector general has, you know sworn law enforcement people on his team? But if he's not doing a sort of law enforcement investigation, that does not seem to be the case here. It's not like he grand Juries people right. He can't force Jeff Rosen or Jeff Clarke, who are all now out of the department. You come talk with him, so he'll just go through e mails. To the extent these people voluntarily cooperate. He'll talk to them, and he'll just try to get a better picture of exactly what happened in these last several weeks of the Trump administration. So is that all people can really expect here to find out? What happened? Yeah, for the Justice Department Inspector General. What we're looking at is some kind of public report. Of course that could be consequential, potentially for people's law license is just for public knowledge of what happened. You know, for people's future political ambitions. This would reveal what was going on behind the scenes. Congress, You know. Senate Democrats on the Judiciary Committee have also said they are investigating and They have subpoena power and maybe could get a little farther. But what you should expect from Michael Horowitz. That's the Justice Department inspector general from his review is some kind of public report that really tries to pull back the curtain on what happened, Matt, Thanks for your help on this. Appreciate it. Thank you. Washington Post National Security reporter Man Sabotage Key. It's 5 14. This'd.

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Inspector general probes if Justice Department officials tried to overturn election results

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Inspector general probes if Justice Department officials tried to overturn election results

"Being launched by the Justice Department's inspector general to examine whether any former or current department officials engaged in an improper attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential elections. This investigation will look at allegations concerning the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials, but will not extend to other government officials. The probe coming after the New York Times reported that former Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clarke had been discussing the plan with then President Trump to house the acting attorney general and try to challenge the results of the presidential race.

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Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims

The Daily Beans

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims

"Lead story. Today comes from the new york times and they say quote. The justice department's top leaders listened in stunned silence this month. One of their peers. They were told had devised a plan. Along with trump to oust. Jeffrey rosen as acting attorney. General and we'll the department's power to force georgia state. Lawmakers to overturn the presidential election results. This unassuming lawyer. Who worked on the plans names. Jeffrey clarke had been devising ways to cast doubt on the election results to bolster trump's continuing legal battles and the pressure on georgia politicians. Because mr jeffrey rosen had refused the president's entreaties to carry out those plans mr trump was about to decide whether to fire. Mr rosen and replace him with mr kark danial remember. We were talking about like. who's this. Jeffrey rosen person. And i was like well his career official. I don't think he's going to go along with the bullshit. Turns out we were right. He did not go along with the bullshit. The department officials convened on a conference. Call then ask each other. what would you do. If mr rosen was dismissed and the answer was unanimous. they would all resign in protest They're informed packed. Ultimately persuaded trump. To keep rosen in place calculating that a furor over mass resignations at the top of the justice department would eclipse any attention on his baseless accusations. Voter fraud so he didn't he didn't do it for the right reasons. He said If you everyone resigned and mass it would take. He wouldn't say and mass if everyone was designed all at once. Take away attention from my lies. And so he didn't and trump's decision came only after rosen and clark made their competing cases to him in a bizarre white house meeting to officials compared with an episode of the apprentice albeit one that could prompt a constitutional crisis. This should be looked at and light of the impeachment article that will be sent to the senate as majority leader. Chuck schumer has agreed to delay the impeachment trial until february eighth. Some people think that this shows weakness. I do not. I think this was a calculated political shrewd. Move by chuck schumer. I think it allows more evidence to come out about the insurrection which will make it more difficult for republicans to acquit. And i wanna be clear here not because they have morals but because voters do and voters will be holding them responsible It's going to be more morally difficult for them to acquit. And a lot of people say well. We had the momentum. Right after the insurrection to get this vote to acquit and then additional vote to prevent it from running for office again. But that's not the case they wouldn't have had seventeen republicans and they still don't today but as we start to learn more we may be able to push more republicans over the edge and again not because they have morals but because the people who vote them into office do and some of that evidence came to light this weekend including the arrest of a man who had plans to assassinate alexandria. Ocasio cortez self-styled militia members from virginia ohio and states also made plans to storm the capital days in advance and then communicated in real time as they breached the building on both sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers and that's according to court documents filed tuesday while authorities have charged more than one hundred individuals in the riott details in the new allegations against three. Us military veterans offer a very disturbing look at what they allegedly said to one another before during and after the attack statements that indicate a degree of preparation determination to rush deep into the halls and tons of congress to make citizens arrests of elected officials and they even mentioned sealed sealing off the tunnels and and putting gas in them. Us authorities charged the apparent leader of the oath keepers That's an extremist group. Thomas caldwell sixty six of virginia. They're all from virginia in the attack. Alleging that the navy veteran helped organize a ring of dozens who coordinated their movements as they quote stormed the castle to disrupt the confirmation of biden's electoral college victory. Despite this current department of justice officials and federal law enforcement officials are privately debating whether they should declined to charge some of the individuals who stormed the capital so politically loaded proposition. But one alert to the practical concern that hundreds of such cases cases could swamp the local courthouse. You know tough shit. Internal discussions are in the early stages. No decisions have been reached whether to forego charging some of these folks and that's according to multiple people familiar with the discussions and we also learned that trump's campaign paid more than two point seven million dollars over two years to individuals and firms that organized the january sixth rally that led to the riot And that's according to the center for responsive politics and these payments which span trump's reelection campaign. Show an ongoing financial relationship between rally organizers and trump's political operation they were all made through november twenty third the most recent date covered by the federal election commission filings. Which is before the rally was publicly announced. I'm sure we'll see more in the next. Fcc filing so. That's where we are.

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Trump Pressed Justice Department to Go Directly to Supreme Court to Overturn Election Results

AM Tampa Bay

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Pressed Justice Department to Go Directly to Supreme Court to Overturn Election Results

"A new report claims President Trump spent his last weeks in office, pressuring the Justice Department to ask the Supreme Court to rule against Joe Biden's election win The Wall Street Journal reports. Trump's plan also included firing, then acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. Former Attorney General William Barr and Rosen said there was no basis to challenge the election results.

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"ABC News. I'm James Packer, a new ABC News Ipsos poll finding 69% of Americans approved of by the administration's handling of the Corona virus. This as the Biden administration ramps up the vaccine roll out to meet its pledge of 100 million doses in the 1st 100 days, ABC News contributor and infectious disease expert Dr Todd Ellen says. The race against time. We're in the middle of a race vaccination versus increased contagious variance. We need to vaccinate enough people to reach herd immunity before the viral variants mutate nor able toe evade vaccine induced immunity. And while they may be more contagious doctor she's John dean of Round University School of Public Health says he has not seen proof any of the variance from the United Kingdom, South Africa or other detection ZEHR more deadly. There is some preliminary evidence that if maybe, alternatively, it could be that the variant hit the U. K when their hospitals were overwhelmed, and we know in hospitals get overwhelmed. Mortality RATES Center RISE New Reporting today after The New York Times first report alleging former president Trump Wanted to replace his acting attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, and put in someone to assist in his attempt to overturn the election to Washington. Maybe sees Rachel Scott, another report from The Wall Street Journal, saying Trump also tried to push the Justice Department to file its own lawsuit against states directly in the Supreme Court, something his appointees refused to do. Trump seemed, did not address the specific allegations, but he's now headed towards his second impeachment trial, charged with incitement of insurrection. After telling.

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on KTRH

"In Katie. It's 66 under partly cloudy skies. Ktrh news time. One old one. I'm Corey Olson. Our top story the acting attorney general looking to assure common safety ahead of tomorrow's inauguration. And we don't have that audio. But the current The current acting attorney general says that they have 26,000 guard troops stationed currently right now in D. C surrounding the capital, and he says that they expect no issues between now and tomorrow. Joe Biden inauguration Joe Biden common, Harris said to take the oath of office around noon Eastern time tomorrow, 11 o'clock our time, but currently they say there's been no active threats against the capital. Meantime, in North Texas man is in custody for his role. This month's capital riot, the FBI arrested 48 year old guy ref it this week after his family identified him at the Capitol building. Bring a tactical style vest and helmet. Dallas FBI special agent in charge says They've got a huge response, receiving thousands of tips from the public since asking people To send in tips on possible suspects, the arrest affidavit says. When ref it returned home to Texas, he told his wife and two kids to quote, a race everything, and if they reported him to police, he'd have no option but to quote, do what he had to do. That's when his adult son called police. Texas, health officials say over a million covert 19 vaccinations have already been administered statewide. As of Sunday about 1.3 million doses were administered in the state to those eligible and faces one A and one B. Already around 166,000. I've gotten the second dose there. Major Still need does to Governor Greg Abbott is in Houston today, meeting with local and state health officials. And he says Morrell pits on the way with thousands of more vaccines coming to that in Montgomery County, says they've received 2000 new doses of vaccine and they're gonna be doing them out at a mass vaccination side, the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Conroe starting tomorrow. However, the spots for that vaccination side have already all been filled up. The pre registration was online. The county says they'll open more sites and deliver more vaccines when they arrive. Soaring jackpots in the Powerball and mega millions lottery have driven the Texas lottery to its best sales week ever for the week ending January. 16th, Texas Lottery reports netting more than $215 million in sales that surpasses the former weekly record of 213 million that was set five years ago this month, and it could break another record this week with tonight's mega millions jackpot worth. $850 million. Tomorrow night's Powerball jackpot is now up to $730 million. Ktrh news time 104 the Senate Intelligence Committee, holding a confirmation hearing with Joe Biden's nominee for director of National intelligence, Averil Haynes. The chair of the committee, and Florida Senator Marco Rubio told Hanes. He thinks one of her priorities should be tow Watch China, he says China is our biggest global national international threat. Meantime, other nominees also participating in a hearing with the Senate today for their confirmation include defense secretary nominee Lloyd Austin. Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken and Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen. She told lawmakers they should quote go big on a stimulus package. And right now Wall Street seems to like that news about going big on a stimulus package. The Dow Jones industrial average is up 143 points about one half of 1%. The S and P. 500 is up 33 points That's nearly 1%. The NASDAQ is up 1.5 actually one of the 98 points about 1.5% of the day and crude oil of 52 cents to $52.88 a barrel. Texans reportedly interviewing Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Be enemy for their head coaching position, according to NFL network being be still coaching. The chief is there in the A F C championship game this Sunday. Scribbled Texans quarterback to Sean watching reportedly wants be enemy for the head coaching position. Who's on the mandate. Ktrh dot com. Our next update at 1 30 breaking information as it happens now, Maura of the Rush Limbaugh show I'm Corey Olson on Houston's.

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WJR 760

"Security in Washington Hang high alert ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration tomorrow. In a video posted to the Justice Department's YouTube page. Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen says the ceremony will be safe and issues Ah, warning to those who may be planning trouble The Department of Justice has committed together with our federal state, local law enforcement partners. To ensuring a safe and peaceful inauguration. One that reflects our nation's enduring highest values. As I have repeatedly said over the last two weeks, the Justice Department will have no tolerance for anyone who attempts to mar the day with violence or other criminal conduct. And the acting attorney general there. Jeffrey Rosen, issuing that statement now planning for the inauguration was in the works long before the riots at the capital earlier this month. They have been meeting for months. You know, since even before the election, right, Whoever wins, they've gotta have inauguration. It's gonna go on. Um, except by the Constitution, so You know they're gonna be they started playing. There's a long, long time ago. So it's it's highly orchestrated, obviously would happen a couple weeks ago. They're gonna have to tweak it a little bit. They're gonna have tol acts. More resource is Andy Arena. They're talking about the Secret Service, he says. Hard at work in the planning for the inauguration. Andy Arena, the executive director of the Detroit Crime Commission, and former head of the FBI office, speaking with Frank Beckmann. This morning, President elect Joe Biden planning to unveil a sweeping immigration bill on day one of his administration, hoping to provide an eight year path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million people living in the US without legal status. The plan feels to include the traditional trade off of enhanced border security favored by many Republicans putting passage In a narrowly divided Congress and doubt, according to The Associated Press Spirit Airlines, saying three passengers had been stopped for getting on a Detroit to Atlanta flight on Sunday over the size of their bags. The airline then says those people assaulted and injured two airline agents. Two of the passengers arrested a third one released none of one of the spirit employees had to be hospitalized. There is a critical milestone coming up for a long grounded Boeing plane. Lillian Woo explains that Boeing 7 37 Max is expected to get its final clearance to resume flying in Europe next week, according to regulators there one of Boeing's best selling models. It was grounded worldwide for nearly two years following deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia caused, investigators say by a faulty flight handling system. The green light for Europe comes with conditions such as updated software. Rewired components and mandatory pilot training. It would put the plane on track to be ready for service there. By summer. The modified planes already been cleared and has resumed flights in the U. S and Brazil. Lillian Woo FOX News Nestle has announced a recall of more than £762,000 off pepperoni hot pockets over concerns the pockets have been contaminated with extraneous materials, the U. S Department of Agriculture says. There are concerns that glass or hard plastic pieces are inside those pockets. Tonight's mega millions. Jackpot is expected to be the second highest in the game's history could be hitting $1 billion and lottery officials again warning everyone that this brings out a lot of scams. They say one common one is called to you saying that you're a winner, but that you have to pay a fee. In order to get your money. They say, of course, that that is not true. The Dow right now is up. 1 28. The NASDAQ is up. 97 4 wjr news. I'm Marie Osborne will have more with Frank Beckmann. In a moment. Frank Beckman here. I'm with Karen, the.

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Court rules blocks Seattle's efforts to create supervised heroin injection sites

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Court rules blocks Seattle's efforts to create supervised heroin injection sites

"Injection site for heroin users in Seattle suffers a setback because of an appeals court ruling in Philly King County Public Health greenlighted supervised injection sites three years ago, but an effort to find a fixed location like the ones of British Columbia failed. An effort to create mobile sites. Stalled plan now is not Tonto. Build standalone facilities instead, go with the drug users already go for help, like the Aurora Commons and let injections happen there under the supervision of a nurse. But Wednesday, the third Circuit Court of Appeals denied a Philadelphia nonprofits push to open up a fixed site. Thereby Seattle's plans are up in the air again. This is another wrinkle that we're gonna have to deal with the Justice Department, agreeing with the court's ruling injection sites violate the Federal Controlled Substances Act. That prohibits any person from knowingly and intentionally maintaining a place for the purpose of illegal drug use. The acting attorney general, saying injection sites are not the solution. But the court didn't go that far, saying Congress needs to change the federal drug laws for the sights to be legal. Seattle's city attorney responding as city struggled to respond to overdoses wrought by the opioid epidemic. The ruling is a disappointing one. But soon we'll have a Democratic president and a Democratic Congress, which could breathe new life into legalizing these sites. It violates federal law that was U. S attorney for Western Washington and Trump nominee Brian Moran two years ago, telling me he would stop any site in Seattle from opening Almost Matt

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U.S. Justice Department investigating more than 170 people over Washington, DC riots

All In with Chris Hayes

04:03 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Justice Department investigating more than 170 people over Washington, DC riots

"Six days after the violent attack on the us capital law enforcement finally help the first federal press briefing about what happened. That is an acting attorney. General united states the podium or the director of the fbi not just the local guys acting us attorney the district kumble columbia and the assistant director in charge of the fbi. Washington field office to talk to the country on camera for the first time about the attempted insurrection against the us government at the capitol. And what they are doing to bring the rioters to justice. We have already opened one hundred and seventy more than one hundred seventy subject files meaning. These individuals have been identified as potential persons that committed crimes on the capitol grounds inside and outside so of those one hundred and seventy cases that have already been opened in. I anticipate that's going to grow to the hundreds in the next coming weeks we've already charged over seventy cases just yesterday. Our office organizers strikeforce of very senior national security prosecutors and public corruption prosecutors. they're only marching. Orders from me are to build seditious and charges related to the most heinous acts that occurred in the capital some encouraging actions. There is still feels like things are not quite moving that quickly given the scope and stakes of what is at issue here and more importantly the impending threat of further armed assault politicos national security correspondent in touch with virtual joins. Me now natasha. I what what did you. What was your takeaway from the briefing today. Well it was clear that the fbi first of all was trying to do some cleanup on its own behalf. So the fbi official their emphasized that the warnings that they received were in fact shared with their state and local partners so they did share them with local law enforcement officials according to official. And that was i. Think an attempt to say look. We did our part of the job and it was up to say capital. Police are the members of the joint terrorism task force in washington. Dc to kind of put together. The security measures that were necessary in order to respond to the kind of violence threats and intelligence that they were that they were receiving. So i think this was part of what we've seen in the last week as a continuation of the fbi's attempt to say we did our job. Now the rest is up to you and then with regard to the attorney's office which michael sherwin was talking about. They want to say look. We are taking this seriously with regards to pursuing further charges. But take aways obviously is. We're not seeing the fbi director on stage not seeing briefings directly from the head of the fbi and from senior officials who might indicate to the rest of the country and to potential violent rioters. Who might come back to the capital that this is something that has gone to the highest highest levels of government that will not be tolerated. And i think that that is something that is also concerning some folks tonight. I mean it's a week after it happened six days and no i mean i don't know who runs the h s. Now chad wolf gone. Lord knows who's running that place. Fbi director chris. Wray the acting attorney. General jeffrey rosen image. Just it is shocking to me shocking. Inexcusable that we have not had a briefing. It's remarkable and national security officials who have spoken to have also said. Look you know one of the reasons why we might not be. Seeing them is because they might be afraid that they could get fired. You know in the week. That's left of this administration that speaking truth about this and the reasons why it was incited the realities of why these protesters came in and the capital would force them to lose their jobs and that you know take it at face value. Which is that. The president has never accepted his own officials. Speaking the truth about and and speaking In criticizing him anyway. So i think that's part of it.

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Acting attorney general says DOJ will enforce law in Washington DC

All Things Considered

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Acting attorney general says DOJ will enforce law in Washington DC

"Attorney general is coordinating with law enforcement partners to add additional federal support to the Capitol police Jeffrey Rosen put out a statement rather late in the day, saying the violence on our nation's capital ISM intolerable attack on a fundamental institution of our democracy. DOJ has deployed hundreds of federal agents from the FBI, A, T F and U. S marshals to help The National Guard is sending more than 1000 troops, and Virginia and Maryland, Maryland police are on hand as well.

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CBS News reports person of interest identified in connection with Nashville bombing

Atlanta Living

04:27 min | 1 year ago

CBS News reports person of interest identified in connection with Nashville bombing

"The name of a person of interest tied to the explosion that rocked Nashville on Christmas Day. Multiple sources say. Anthony Quinn Warner, a national area resident, had a similar make and model RV is the one in photos released to the public water described as a white male 63 years old. We're going live now to an FBI news conference from Nashville. I'm special agent in charge. Doug Corn, ask E. And then Mickey French. The special agent in charge of the FBI was a star. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms will also speak. Also joining us is Colonel Matt paired with the Tennessee Highway Patrol following the investigators update. Well, then hear from Mayor Cooper. At this time, I'll turn it over to United States Attorney Cochran Have known 2020 has been a tough year for Nashville. Started back in March with devastating tornadoes that we had the torch through some of our neighborhoods. Continued through the pandemic and the events of this past summer and now this Cowardly bombing on Christmas morning. Right here in the heart of our downtown. Yeah. When they haven't heard about Nashville use in the time I've lived here is that they're tough and they stick together as a team, and that's what we're doing now. And I want you to know that the team is behind me. And the folks that they represent are doing everything we can to. Find out what happened here to get the answers that you deserve. And to make sure that we're all safe. So One of the toughest groups of folks we've got here in middle Tennessee is our law, enforcement of first responders and nowhere in my experience in law enforcement. Has that ever been plainer to me and what happened early yesterday morning? 6 15 6 26 30 years. So on Christmas morning, Metro Nashville police officers just number of blocks north of here didn't run away from danger literally ran to danger. Vehicle that was announcing that it was going to blow up. And Metro Nashville police officers instead of heading in the other direction headed towards that. They evacuated that area got all the citizens out of there. I'm quite confident that their actions are part of the reason why there was less cost of life in this heinous act. Sorry. Yesterday morning we had a task force came together and it didn't No. One time thing. This is what we do all the time. The U. S attorney's office. We work together with our federal partners are state partners in our local partners. That's what immediately started happening yesterday. Teams of agents group together across agencies started handling leads its citizens are citizens were calling in. We've had over 500 leads and tips come in on every single one of those is being followed up by a team of investigators. That's the stage we're at in this investigation. We are still continuing to follow every lead that we have. On. We will continue to do so until we find out what's happened. We also have national resources here. The department justice, the acting attorney general has told me any resources we need. We can have the FBI and the A. T F have sent their most specialized bomb technicians here to Nashville. And as we speak, they are north of here, a number of blocks that he had a massive crime scene. Doing what they do. Doing frankly what they do better than anyone else in the world, and it's quite a challenge. Having been up there and seeing that scene, it's like a giant jigsaw puzzle created by bomb throws pieces of evidence across multiple city blocks. They've got to gather it. They've got to catalog it. They've got to put it back together and trying to find out what the picture of that puzzle looks like. But there's no one better to do it. Then the folks we've got on the ground here in Nashville, Tennessee, right now. So that's going on as we speak. The investigations of the Leeds was going on as we speak. I am Confident in the team. We have way will get to the bottom of this that we will find out the story of this individual or individuals. We don't know right now. But this this is ultimate Scrooge, who on Christmas morning instead of spreading joy and cheer decided to spread devastation and destruction. But We know how that story ends your Nashville. We're gonna stand together. We're gonna get back on her feet. We're gonna get our business is back up and running. We're gonna get our infrastructure and the cell coverage back up and running because that's what we do in Nashville. Thank you for your time. I

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We were Discussing. Attorney General William Barr had a press conference on The bombing of the 1988 Pan Am and got into the question part of it. And that's now what has become the news with him, saying that he does not see a reason to appoint a special counsel and has no plan to do so before he steps down to which we were kind of thinking. Well, this is pretty much dead, but you just brought up a good point during the break. Would you like to share that? Well, he's supposedly bar is out just in a couple of days, right? He's resigned right before. Which one is what they said. Yeah. So presumably The acting attorney general is going to have another few weeks before January 20th it's plausible. Trump could lean on him so everyone and he could appoint a special counsel, right? I mean, it's not so it may not be over yet totally impossible. There. We'll see well, bars hope was that the next administration handles it responsibly. The next administration. If it is, Biden is already coming out and saying what? We're not talking to any of our potential eggy candidates. About this s o. I any hopes that that will be anymore? I think is a little bit silly. Now, if you were hoping for a new stimulus package. Your hopes have come true. They have decided they Bean McConnell Pelosi. Schumer, too. Move on and come to an agreement on a $900 billion coronavirus aid package. Here's McConnell making that announcement this weekend. We can find a report. What our nation Was needed to hear for a very long time. More help. Is on the way..

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With mixed compliment. It's not try calling the banking for the congratulations, Colin Marlow. We just agree to live Season three. We can work together on Boyfriend straight one on one another on way. Agreed we'd get together sooner than later on. I'm looking forward to working with them. Just watching now I've spoken. Another members. I spoke with some other members of the world is about a dozen calling on as I picked him off. I'll tell you what spoken to Secretary of State Micro Peo was set to meet with his likely successor in the new administration. Antony Blinken, and the GOP Senator Lindsey Graham says he's spoken with some of Biden's Cabinet picks. And meanwhile, President Trump's reportedly considering that pushing to have a special counsel appointed to advance a federal tax probe into Hunter Biden, setting up a potential showdown with incoming acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. President Trump angry that outgoing Attorney General Bill Barr didn't publicly announce the probe has consulted on the matter with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, White House counsel Pat Sip alone and outsiders. Bar on Monday evening announced he'll resign. It's generally Justice Department policy not to disclose probes that are in progress. Though the subjects of those investigations conduce oh rose in the deputy attorney general will step into the Justice Department's top job. In an acting role. Charley Pride's funeral will be a private affair this week in Dallas and prides management's as a public celebration is in the works. He died Saturday of covert 19 at the age of 86. In lieu of flowers. The family asks for donations to the Pride Scholarship, a Jesuit college preparatory school or the ST Phillips School and Community Center in Dallas. Any local food banks or the charity of your choice. And then the late John Prying, has been named Artist of the year at the American Honors and awards, Americana honors and awards. The Americana Music Association gave out awards online yesterday after the ceremony was canceled earlier this year, he had one Artist of the year three times Prior to that the high woman won three awards album song or do of a group the Year and Black Pumas one Emerging Act of the year. Or behind the scenes Look at a FN go to a FN now dot com You can always reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook. Anytime Matt Ray talk that used the hash tag a F and follow the show on Twitter to at America's first news used the hashtag A F. M. Right now. I want you to think about all of the nasty stuff. You breathe in every day. I'm talking about the dust. The bacteria, the pollen. We've got cold and flu season here. Our Jeez if you have them in the fall You're going through it all of the stuff we breathe in. Why don't we clean it out? Think about it. We wash our hands. We brush our teeth outside of blowing our knows that dunk stays trapped up. There. Let me tell you about a product that has me breathing easy..

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Trump asking about special prosecutor for Hunter Biden

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Trump asking about special prosecutor for Hunter Biden

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Donald Trump is considering asking for a special prosecutor probe of hunter Biden president Donald Trump is considering pushing for a special counsel probe of hunter Biden the son of president elect to Joe Biden several trump administration officials and Republicans close to the White House speaking on condition of anonymity tell the Associated Press trump is also considering pushing to have a second special counsel appointed to look into his claims of election fraud Attorney General William Barr is set to step down next week trump has said deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen will be acting Attorney General Barr angered trump because he did not publicly disclose a justice department tax investigation of hunter Biden before the election Mike Rossio Washington

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WTOP

"Holiday tune up Deal by 1 $59 Heater to not now get a spring A C two enough for $29 caller visits. No heating and air dot com Bobbin we w t o P Trap had a storm team four and a million Draper tomorrow's a storm before weather alert has a wintry mix moves into the region during the morning and midday hours. We'll continue to have a wintry mix impact area throughout the afternoon and overnight hours before exiting very early Thursday morning, the National Weather Service has issued winter weather advisories for most of the D C metro area, including Washington, Arlington, Alexandria, Lower Montgomery, Fairfax and Prince William County's with More serious winter storm warnings posted to the north and west, including parts of loud in and all of Frederick County in Maryland. We have a flood watch, in effect for Southern Maryland, Prince Georges and Anna Rondo County so mainly all rate south and east of Washington. Ah mix, including the potential for ice here on the metro region and mainly all snow with a chance for some ice and rain, mixing in North and West. I'm strong Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. Temperatures around the Washington area. We've got 38 Ford Bell for 35 foggy bottom and right now 35 in silver Spring, it's 10 51 President Trump may push to have a special counsel appointed to look deeper into the federal tax investigation of Hunter Biden the sets up a potential showdown with incoming acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. Trump has been angry that outgoing Attorney General William Barr did not publicly Announced the ongoing two year investigation into Hunter Biden before the election, even though he knew about it. Sources also say President Trump is interested in having another special counsel appointed to look into the baseless claims of election fraud..

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for being here. It's the Mike Groom had show here until noon. And we appreciate you spending some time with US Attorney General William Barr will be gone before Christmas as resigning. His post will be replaced by Jeffrey Rosen. Now rose and served. His deputy attorney general, hey was confirmed in May so he'll step into the role. Um so President, Trump quoted saying Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen outstanding person, he said he will become, um, become acting attorney general, highly respected Richard Donahue. We'll be taking over the duties of Deputy Attorney General. Thank you all. So, um This is going to be the final days. And why would William Barbee leaving? Why wouldn't William Barbee leaving? If I were William Barr? I get out too. You know, it's um You're going to get it on all sides. Listen, anyone that goes into politics understands. It's an ugly business. Um George W. Bush has a great sense of humor, and I heard him saying a speech after his presidency was over. That two things happen. You run for president and you lose and you were a horrible candidate or you run for president. You win and you're a horrible president. And he was right on both accounts. And so why anyone wants to do these jobs? I don't know, but they sign up for it. They understand It's an ugly business. But after a while, it's got to get monotonous. It has to be ugly when people That you trust and people that you care about. Um That kind of getting nasty with you. It's one thing to disagree. It's a completely different thing to have your character called into question. So when William Barr took the job with Donald Trump, he knew it was going to be ugly from the left. And it was. He was just a lapdog he was upon he was a henchman. He was pit bull. He was all of these things on the leash of Donald Trump. And then we find out that Hunter Biden has been investigate been under investigation for months. And the reason why it wasn't made public is because William Barr didn't want to cloud the election. Well, now, all of a sudden, all of those people that hated this guy with a passion talked about how great it was that he did that for the election. But the people on the other side of the aisle who have been talking about William Barr being a hero, all of a sudden, William Barr is bought and paid for it in on it. And that's the nature of what American politics does. And when it when people get this emotional, this is how bad it gets the average person in this country Doesn't care as much about politics as many of you out there on either side of the aisle, including myself. Which I learned a long time ago. The average person what they think of their government is I want my government to do what they're supposed to do. Fix the roads, build the infrastructure and leave me alone. Let me live my life. And that's on both sides of the political aisle. Government involvement when it comes to ideology as far as welfare programs versus laws that protect you from yourself and everything else. That's when ideology comes in. But the basic feelings about government you want to know why the average American knows so little, which is a scary thing about what we should know about our form of government. How brilliant it truly is. And why the Founding fathers did the things they did the civics classes we used to take when we were young. I just have to try to a class called Americanism versus Communism in high school. And that would be politically incorrect now to talk about why Americanism is a better form of government than communism. But that was a required social studies class. You have to know in Arizona. It's a good thing. You have to know a basic civics lesson In order to graduate from high school, you got to be able to take the citizenship test. That should be what every American should basically no And we don't the average American. I would guarantee that the average American couldn't name for Supreme Court justices probably doesn't know there's only nine Doesn't understand the concept between the House and the Senate. Why it's divided and what their what their roles really are what they were laid out to be. You know, naming the three branches of government and then explaining the basics of what they do. And yet everybody has a political opinion. And then those people that vote we act as if these are family members. I'll be honest. I wanted Donald Trump to win the election. I don't care. I mean, I don't know Donald Trump. Donald Trump's gonna be just fine. He's a billionaire Donald Trump is going to go back to a pretty good life. Whether he wins or loses this election. My concern is about what's best for the country. I vote for people that I think are gonna move my state in my city and my county and the best direction. To set us up for success. I don't think the government has any other role than the set us up for success. What I mean by that is opportunity, provide opportunity, not outcome opportunity. That's why I vote the way I do. But William Bar, served two times is the attorney general of the United States and neither time as he's shown himself to be a man of low character his character was never questioned. Never should have been first was questioned by the left when he joined the Trump team. Now it's being questioned by the right because He didn't out Hunter Biden did And this is a great question. Did the American people have a right to know? And should have been a part of their decision making that Hunter Biden is being investigated not just for Bary sma but for multiple deals with multiple countries and contact with Chinese spies. Is that something that was going to be, um, that would have helped or would have hurt Joe Biden unfairly, which I think is what what Bar said. I didn't want to influence the election with this investigation. Or was he making sure that it didn't become a spectacle? Because it's so serious that Hunter Biden needs to pay for mistakes he made. Who knows? But William Barr is being shredded by both sides of the political aisle. I would shrug my shoulders and leave too. I mean, he was one day he's a hero with one segment of the population the next day, he's a traitor. And at some point I would shrug my shoulders and say I'm out. I took this job to serve the country. I did my best. You may not have agreed with my decisions, but there's no need to shred me like you're shredding me. I'm out. And I would do the exact same thing. The problem is, there are good people that we're going to disagree with. And our behavior driving away Good people leaves the door open for the zealots that come in, and that's why we're in the condition. We're in sometimes. And I just hope that I hope that when this when January 20th comes the nations in a place where we don't have to agree, and I guarantee you with the Biden presidency, I wouldn't be calling them on the carpet for the stuff they do every day. But let's move on..

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Attorney General William Barr to resign before Christmas

Mike Broomhead

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Attorney General William Barr to resign before Christmas

"Attorney General William Barr will be gone before Christmas as resigning. His post will be replaced by Jeffrey Rosen. Now rose and served. His deputy attorney general, hey was confirmed in May so he'll step into the role. Um so President, Trump quoted saying Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen outstanding person, he said he will become, um, become acting attorney general, highly respected Richard Donahue. We'll be taking over the duties of Deputy Attorney General. Thank you all.

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Attorney General William Barr will step down Dec. 23

Todd and Don

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Attorney General William Barr will step down Dec. 23

"Crazy about William Barr. Hey, it's not going to be the attorney general anymore. No replacement has been named. On the very day electors were gathering and 50 States and the District of Columbia to formally vote for the next president. The current president announced a major change in the closing days of his administration on Twitter, President Donald Trump said Attorney General William Barr submitted his letter of resignation with his last day December. 23rd Bar had angered Trump after telling The Associated Press earlier this month. Justice Department found no widespread election fraud that would change the outcome. On Capitol Hill, Senator Lindsey Graham was asked if Barr had been disloyal to Trump. No, I think it was very involved with President for good as every attorney General administration should, but he also Didn't cross lands in the shipment across, Trump said Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen will become acting attorney General Mike Cross yet Washington. All right, there you go. A lot of people upset with Bill Bar because

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"During her speech last night at the Democratic National Convention will talk about that and victories on behalf of parents and students. The J has already secured because of your support. We'll talk about that today. Andrzej Sekula Live live from Washington, D. C. J. Secular live phone lines are open for your questions right now. Call 1 806 843110. That's 1 864 31 10. And now your host Jordan Secular. Oh, So I guess we could come to expect this with the virtual some pre tape some live Democrat National Convention this week. Now tonight, I expect a bigger night. I think last night was probably the worst night so far, if you were even paying attention, and you know, with this only one hour coverage on the main news channels kind of broadcast news channels. I'm thinking this is not going to be moving the needle a lot. And that really hurts the challenger at the incumbent. Not so much if that's the same way next week, But the challenger needs the boost from this. He didn't get by. I did not get a boost from Kamala Harris. He actually went down in the polls. And now that it's difficult that heat in every battleground, state and national even in those national polls, and that was to see an import. But last night they let Sally Yates and maybe Joe Biden. It was kind of hard to tell if she was alive or not. But Sally Yates, certainly wass wherever she's former acting attorney general. She was fired by President Trump for refusing to enforce the law. But she lied about why she was fired last night to the American people who were paying attention. So if you if you didn't see this visit wasn't in that primetime hour. You've got to take us. Remember. That's the same Sally Yates, who's been testifying under oath about her role in unmasking And the potential illegal activities surrounding Mike Flynn, take a list. This is Sally Yates, addressing the nation last night at the Democratic National Virtual Convention. I served as deputy attorney general in the Obama bad in administration and stayed on his acting attorney general for the Trump transition, then 10 days in I was fired for refusing to defend President Trump's shameful and unlawful Muslim travel ban. That was the start of his relentless attacks on our democratic institutions and Countless dedicated public service. You know again, that is an outright lie is an outright live because why She refused to enforce. A duly enacted executive order. The executive order was challenged in court. And guess what the Supreme Court decided the executive order was legal. She got fired for refusing to enforce the law. And now she's still dad. She lied yet again. She lied about why she was fired. She called it unlawful. So is she now? Sally Yates, who I think by the way by putting her out there is a potential is Joe Biden saying This could be someone who I put the position of attorney general. Remember, he trust her. She was in the Oval Office meeting. With with Kobe and stroke and getting briefed on the Flynn matter and all the unmasking and the F B, I agents going all that stuff this spying on the Trump campaign. And yet she lies about why she's fired, then called something. The Supreme Court has said his lawful unlawful to the American people, which is a lie. And now that we have bad going on all around the country because of Cove, it Is she saying? Those are unlawful. I guess she is. But here's here's No. One her Zaid. She said that she was fired because she refused to force enforce the unconstitutional order that the Supreme Court of the United States Held was constitutional repeat. She said she was fired because of her refusal to enforce a duly authorized executive order from the president of United States, and she said that order was unconstitutional. She became the Supreme Court. She was wrong. Supreme Court said It was constitutional and economist will be joining us right after the break so well planned. Bennet, don't forget support the work of the You can do that by going to a C l J dot or a seal Jadot our matching challenge campaign if you're able, and only if you're able support the work of the J and do it today, Journalist no more how to do first. If you have calls 168 4 30 wanted We're taking your calls. We're live on the air 1 806 843110 Big night for the DNC tonight with Kamala Harris taking the bait states Will she be live question and Barack Obama support the work of the OJ Double The impact your donation. We've got a lot of victory supported that school matter..

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Was the acting attorney general before she had to be fired for refusing to do her job. A holdover from the Obama administration in my mind, a very clear Democrat partisan and also quite involved in the targeting of General Flynn and Oh, my so Muchmore. She was down today, testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee. What are we finding out from her? And also where? Where does the effort to get some accountability for the crossfire? Hurricane debacle? Where does that stand? We got a man who can answer these questions with us now. Congressman Jim Jordan of the Great State of Ohio is with his congressman. Thanks for coming back to be with you. So what? What? What do we see today of what we need to know about Sally Yates as she's testifying today, her role in this Film over. Remember the big picture sense of the Democrats. I said this last week hearing with the attorney general Democrats have been going after Bill Barb because Bill Bar under the one word that crazy was truthful. He called. It's fine, and that's exactly what they did. We now know that for sure spied on president's campaign, No one else in the Justice Department was willing to call it. What it wass. You know, Rod Rosenstein wasn't Jeff Sessions wasn't and certainly the individual is testifying today in front of Senator Graham. And the Judiciary Committee. Sally Yates wasn't willing T say what really happened There they systematically went after the Trump campaign. And then when President Trump won, they systematically went after and targeted and actually got him fired and got him prosecuted. The the guy who was going to be the director for the President general Michael Flynn. So that that's me. Just in that broad sense. That's what's so wrong about this. She knew what went on. She wouldn't pointed out, and then she helped him go after Michael Flynn. Do we think that we're going to find out anything from the term investigation for everybody Listening? Appointed by the attorney General Bar Derm is the U. S attorney for the state of Connecticut. We've been hearing about this for many, many months. He's looking into the origins and the totality of The Russia collusion delusion known as Crossfire Hurricane run through the FBI connection, Jordan. You've been very involved in this all along from your side of things. Are we going to find out anything you think and is there going to be accountability? Well, that's about it. That's the more important question. We already know everything we already know Most everything we know that there was no proper credit Git. You know that They started the investigation on July 31st They were They Cynthy lady posing as someone else who used the name as churches and heard a smile. Papadopoulos, They've got the fake fiza the fraudulent Fiza, where they lie to the court 17 times to spy on. Carter Page. They went and tried to spy on the president with what we learned just a few weeks ago with this defensive briefing on August 17 so understand the timeline you open investigation July 31st 17 days later, you're spying on the president under the guise have given him a defensive briefing. As as you know, the Republican candidate for president, and you're already spying on his campaign, And I always say between July 31st in August 17th there were two important things that happened. There was the now famous text messages from struck the page, where he talked about the insurance policy. And then there was the other text message on the 15th where she asked him is Trump gonna win, He says No. No, we'll stop it. So those two text messages happening between the day they start investigation starts fine on President Trump and everything else So we know how bad it wass. We know the wrong they did. The key question is, Will people be held accountable? Will there be some indictments again? I think it goes all the way to the top. Because we know now this January 2017 meeting in the Oval Office with Obama fied Comey Gates. Samantha Excuse me, Susan Rice. We don't want to keep player there, so someone needs to be held accountable. We'll just have to wait and see if that's actually think I'm speeding Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio congressman Do you think that if the term investigation uncovers clear violations of law that the DOJ as it stands right now has the stomach to indict some of the any of the names players from the crossfire, hurricane ambush and soft coup attempt against President Trump? The real question is this does the attorney general and I think he does. I've been very impressed with the attorney general's work. I was very, I thought he handled himself extremely well last week in front of the Democrats, who You know, the Democrats didn't let us finish our video that we have a top of the hearing. Didn't let Bill bar answer the questions, and they even tried to stop him from going to the restroom. At one point, So even in spite of how bad they treat him, I thought he had himself very well. I think he has the stomach for doing the right thing. I think when he called it spying a little over a year ago, the first time he testified from the Senate, I think he does. Let's just hope that that's what happens and it frankly It should happen now, if you've got the evidence, and it's there. Don't wait. Justice delayed is Justice denied. Let's let's let's come forward with the conclusion of your investigation. Let's hold people count on that, Not the point about DeLay. Are there ways currently that you're seeing that the Democrats in Congress are trying to just slow, slow process? He's down in order to prevent their from being Greater accountability and transparency for the spying campaign against the president. I mean, other than you know the mainstream media and all the lies. Misinformation they put out and the real effort by Democrats in Congress is They're trying to do to Bill Bar. What? What they've been trying to do to the president for 3.5 years. So, you know, For weeks ago, they followed articles of impeachment. A number of the Democrat member of Judiciary Commitee filed article of impeachment against the attorney general, so they're attacking the attorney general..

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Acting Attorney General Matt Whittaker joins us mornings on the mall this morning also yesterday was the anniversary of Rosa Parks refusing to abide by the Democrat party's racist segregationist roles Montgomery Alabama nineteen fifty five but I want to get into that because that's a big lie that the Democrats have been selling for a long time and there are a number of things that ought to be known about that right now let's go to let's go telephones let's go to Chris calling from Virginia Christopher you're on the Chris Plante show Hey Greg how you doing I'm great thank you he has anyone noticed that what Joe Biden dead was a mother in strategy he waited for all those racist white people in the south to get him that jump you needed in the primary in fact he he ignored the other state coming up and you went straight down all those racist white people down south I think he's a racist all right well listen I you know you're referring to what the Democrats have been saying about the Nixon nineteen sixty eight southern strategy which has been tied up basically a falsehood all along but you see the difference Chris is that he went there to pander to the black vote memory kept **** up and stepping on himself followed by it turns out however according to the people that track these things that Bernie Sanders one the young African American vote like under thirty five and the young Caucasian vote under thirty five inviting one the African American vote over he won the older African American vote and the older Caucasian vote so it really wasn't a racial does not divide as the Democrats one seat they believe it's okay but it was more of an age gap they want you to believe that this is the first black state.

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Curtis hill which is some thirty day deal is just less than just an arbitrary yeah what it what happens is it does he just gets like a Vegas like a mini vacation basically yeah well good for him yeah like office space okay or in this case Tony Catholic store I work from home so he doesn't get to do like super lawyer he things he just gets to do like what the Kate on the down low loyalty things like she's a super Larry is they get to where is Kate has his I guess is deputy will be the acting Attorney General for thirty days course the governor's comments that he's thinking whether Curtis can Attorney General would mean nothing he's well he's either roads expert he's a scientist he's a medical doctor and now to tional scholar always illegal acts are illegal expert that is something he can actually do like decide that because of this he isn't eligible to do it again now you're concerned about whether he can actually do things that he's doing when you step in and very question Curtis is going to be working at home for like a minute can we have some fond V. are like personal bodyguard mind because we really likes hang out with us for like a month because you know that would be cool because we've never had bodyguards that's true and I'm just saying.

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I thank you and they thank you if you if you prefer you can call them on eight eight eight two oh six two seven nine four that's eight eight eight two six two seven nine four we are continuing the coal board is almost full as one align left open the number is eight three three three three four but once full to anybody drops off the number is eight three three three three four six seven five two we're talking about the FleetNet revelations the deep state room two of V. E. day today is a victory in the update we're going to have former acting Attorney General of the United States not with the cut in studio in the next hour Jim Carafano vice president the heritage foundation it's going to be second amendment Friday we're going to have John Patton of the gun collective and so so much more but we have to get this person on the show we we love his writings he's called Greg rack wrapped up the match stick of the check that up with that comes from and he is a legal analyst he's a guest I believe all works for the fox news corporation then this story maybe even bigger than the flood story just from the title you know it this is Greg ray today fox dot com Obama new details of why it's helpful in phone calls prizing top DOJ officials in meeting with the bite and declassified documents show president Obama was aware of the details of the van incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn's intercepted December twenty sixteen phone calls with then Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak apparently surprising van deputy Attorney General Sally Yates according to documents released Thursday as exhibits to the government's motion to dismiss the Flynn case Obama's unexpectedly intimate knowledge of the details awfully in schools which the FBI acknowledged at the time what not criminal or even improper raised eyebrows because of his own history with Flynn then because top FBI officials secretly discussed whether the goal was to quote get Flynn fired when they interviewed him in the White House on January twenty fourth twenty seventeen Obama personally had warned the trump administration against hiring Flynn and made clear he was quote not a fan according to multiple officials Obama had fired the general Flynn as head of the defense intelligence agency in twenty fourteen Obama cited insubordination while general Flynn asserted he was pushed out for his aggressive stance on combating Islamic terrorism so how do we know that Obama knew about the operation against general Flynn well during the fifth so this is fifteen days before the inauguration on January the fifth twenty seventeen Yates attended an oval office meeting with then FBI director James Comey and then vice president Joe Biden and the then CIA director John Brennan and deny James clapper according to the now declassified documents including an F. D. three oh two F. B. I. witness report this is the famous FBI three oh twos they were discussing Russian election interference along with national security adviser Susan rice and other members of the NSC after the briefing president Obama lost Sally Yates and co me to stay behind and said he had quote learned all of the information about Flynn and his conversations with Russian ambassador about sanctions the rest of the article you'll find that then deputy Attorney General Sally Yates I was shocked you know who she is she's the DOJ official who have to be fired by the new trump administration when she refused to implement the travel moratorium against terrorism she was surprised as a hard core Obama lackey the president Obama new about the operation against general Flynn this is the smoking gun Obama it goes all the way to the top he knew about operation crossfire hurricane he knew about the spying against general Flynn and he is complicit and culpable mole with you all day callers and listeners and the former acting Attorney General Matt Whittaker here on America fast have you taken your balance of nature today balance of nature it.

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on WTVN

"Com remote code live in yes indeed Barack mill house Benito Obama isn't that amazing isn't that amazing court papers released and you know it took Byron York to find where's Phillip bump I don't know what Maggie Habermann I don't know well the Pulitzer Prize winners at the New York slimes in the Washington compost no where weather's great Democrat reporters at CNN and MSNBC they're no where and they won't even tell you about this many of them used to work in the Obama administration many of their spouses significant others and friends have worked in the Obama administration they're certainly not going to report about themselves but I want to read this to you again this is from the FBI declassified by F. B. I. C. five eight W. eight eight D. six one yesterday it's entitled Yates is awareness of the Flynn Kislyak because remember Yates was the deputy Attorney General the Obama justice department the acting Attorney General during the transition quote yeah it's first learned of the December twenty sixteen calls between lieutenant general Michael Flynn and Russian ambassador to the United States Sir J. Kislyak on January five twenty seventeen while in the oval office all in the oval office you H. along with then FBI director James Comey then CIA director John Brennan and then director of national intelligence clapper what the White House to brief members of the Obama administration in the classified intelligence community assessment on Russian activities in recent US elections as an Obama is joined by his national security adviser Susan rice and others from the National Security Council after the briefing he.

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A person I am not a partisan he said under oath the former MSNBC contributor who's got a Twitter feed take a look at his Twitter account it's really easy it's at Daniel Goldman let me see here he he re tweeted something about the acting Attorney General Whitaker back in January of nineteen Daniel Goldin right is he a Republican congressman or the Attorney General this is an embarrassment to the department of justice what he does some partisan all to me then he re twenty something from NBC news back in December a year ago this is a terrific summary of the Russian investigation if it can't it feels like it may be bigger than we first thought well obviously it wasn't because they didn't use one word of the rush investigation impeachment then if any tweaks about wrote an article about Rudy Giuliani the Washington examiner wait let me get this straight even after the IG found the text were inadvertently deleted and we're alternately retrieved you want more investigation the way Giuliani trump act leads me to believe Muller was so much more has so much more than we realize N. wishful thinking all the wrong when I was growing on me let me let me see what else he said how about this one December twenty second twenty seven of twenty eighteen he writes under our article about that goofy Michael call in a few reaction points one if Mahler knows this and Colin came clean why not plead to lying to Congress about this to critical corroboration of the steel dossier nothing has been undermined thus far three collusion for big cover up yeah he's not a partition he was under oath he's a former MSNBC contributor do know how easy it is to pull up tape of him bashing trump well that would be he's not a partisan I mean how about this how about this tweet Twitter for his lead in any these from December twenty second twenty eighteen talking about trump he doesn't understand how trade deficits work he doesn't understand climate change and now he doesn't understand basic economics mostly doesn't care about the country just himself shame full that's Daniel Goldman's tweet from December twenty second twenty eighteen a guy who testified under oath yesterday but he is not a partisan he lied under oath I don't care what he has to say about his stupid investigation you can't look the American people in the eye and pretend not to be partisan when you're calling the president shameful on your stupid Twitter feed here's a lorry and then they they swear but my mom used to settle it had a phrase one lies in the other swears to it I'm not real nobody I don't see that it media Haidar NBC news R. T. anywhere how does the guy get away with it he's under oath yesterday that would be like me being called before the house Judiciary Committee and then say Mister Gallagher do you have opinions you have strong opinions one way or the other politically no I don't know I don't I'm not partisan I mean they could call me insane if I tried to say under oath I wasn't partisan will this MSNBC clown he's just isn't saying yesterday how can they not bring him up online under oath what is so simple to see that he's a partisan hack and MSNBC guy who's now up there railing against president trump I'm telling you the all of this is Joe goofy and little things like that are so easy.

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"acting attorney general" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:13 min | 3 years ago

"acting attorney general" Discussed on KTOK

"She was the acting Attorney General members sessions and Rick kills themselves so transpired Sally Yates because Sally Yates instructed the justice department not to defend trump's executive order the travel ban it was a temporary ban on the admission of refugees barred travel from terrorist hot beds Sally Yates told the justice department doing nor the president so trump candor fired her mark Zandi what is cheering on Sally Yates cheering on an executive branch employees for refusing to carry out a lawful presidential order however this guy is called for a did not stop there in may of two thousand seventeen mark Zandi tweeted the Johnson agency sixty eight Nixon nineteen seventy three Clinton nineteen ninety eight impeachment hearings next up trump then in June of two thousand seventeen he tweeted forty five years and now we might be recalling stories regarding the impeachment of Donald Trump I'll be old but it'll be worth the wait in July two thousand seventeen mark Zandi tweeted I project CNN will play a key role in Donald Trump not finishing out his full term as president and now this guy's although no no nothing to see here and I will simply reflecting on one of millions of patriots were we're we're we're reacting to a while we saw one abomination drum was I never heard of our exam before this is the classic illustration of deep state park I never heard of this guy but everybody in Washington apparently knows we is a friend of mine all yeah this guy's well known rush she's haven trump since before trump ran for president guys they never Tropper maybe they have a club any magically ends up as the war you're for the so called whistleblower July two thousand seventeen I predict see Erin and will play a key role in Donald Trump not finishing out imagine if we had known this back then just imagine how the landscape would have changed again fox we did not we just didn't have this back up what we know what they were doing we know there was no trump Russia collusion there was no Russian meddling in the election I didn't change the outcome of anything there's another tweet later in July two thousand seventeen mark Zandi we will get rid of him and this country strong enough to survive even him and his supporters note that in this tweet mark Zandi included you in his hatred he hates trump and he hates you us and this is exactly the point that we have been pounding here we actually may be the real targets of the hatred because if it weren't for us trump would not have been elected and make no mistake they hate us these radical leftists deep state Washington establishment types literally hate us the evidence of it is all over every mainstream media outlets New York times Washington post CNN ABC CBS Xander tweeted that the cool with it in many steps and it wasn't just mark Zandi another one of the whistle blowers lawyers Andrew brachii tweeted in August of two thousand seventeen the trouble to be removed on the twenty Fifth Amendment if you want to if you wanna illustration a deep state this is it folks people you've never heard of people or never elected but they are career or Washington elitists mazing isn't it out the whistle blower it just happened to find this guy is the lawyer how do you think that happened and to repeat March all the trump campaign communications director the whistle blowers lawyer gave away the game it was always the Democrats plan to stage a coup and to impeach president trump and all they ever needed was the right scheme they with don Mahler's and now they've settled on a phone call this proves this was orchestrated from the beginning it certainly does and by the way when Xander was tweeting all of this rock got back in two thousand seventeen the phone call between trumpet Ukraine's president had not even happened and it wouldn't happen for two years stop and think of that then he says it's going to happen in stages that CNN is going to be instrumental in it this is a big deal talks they're attempting to overturn a duly constituted legal election this is not just politics as usual this is a direct assault on the constitution it's a direct assault on the American voter buy a bunch of people who don't want to have to put up with what voters do or think you will like the wrong person and they're going to try to take your choice away from you and they're gonna try to destroy the people you vote for as a means of destroying you M. dispiriting you as he's out of the name of the of the whistleblower and that he can take it don't misunderstand but they're all upset Abby huntsman frankly probably got a lot of love is the idea so bad so bad nobody what about the was aboard a B. C. CBS the way we're going to go to Los Angeles this is Tammy Europe first today with this and it's great to have you Sir hello yes rush ship accidentally outed Teramo as the whistleblower yesterday he is staff left it in the William Taylor transcript and it's cold all of the mainstream media ship posted on the whole website realize that he heard up yesterday and pulled down last night but it's still all over NBC no way what now I I knew this I knew that ships staff failed to redact show mellows name in in in one of the transcripts they released with the testimony of of bill Taylor I had not heard they pull down last I heard was they hadn't changed it was still up there that day he pulled down last night he called down off the whole website last night I'm not sure exactly what time but it's still up on all the mainstream media website of the PDF during mark meadows questioning it's still there bay they all out it nobody should be hiding the name anymore they all out it on every single one of well when I first heard about this there and and now this is ours all this is earlier this morning when I was smack them a little show prep what I the last I heard on this until your call was that the staff had outed the name and had not redacted it and still it was their sole people respected maybe is not the whistle blower then it shifted in full name down but your saying he's pull it down no he out last night last night when this first broke yes they absolutely want to present hold it out the whole website sure the eleven so what is your take well there was your interpretation of this they screwed up what date are so arrogant rush to put the transcript out there and they just buy it made a mistake if they didn't make a mistake like pull the transcript but yeah it's it's it's a sign it you know it's it's I hate to keep bringing it about back the things I said because I really don't like making the program about me but fox it's there's a pattern here when the Democrats have the cloak of secrecy when nobody but them knows what's going on like the mother report there weren't any leaks from the Muller report so everybody was allowed to build up expectations Maulers got dropped he's got a broad drum golden drug store your course the report comes out and it was dead the it was a dot so then they immediately moved over to obstruction and I couldn't get a ring on that told them they brought mall around in public they just couldn't accept that Mahler found nothing they brought in when it turned public it was a disaster Muller was a doddering old man who didn't know what was in his own report because he didn't write it guy name amber Weissman the rest of the staff wrote it mother was a figure head from the get go to give it credibility an unassailable reputation and all of that but the point is when they went public it was a disaster M. that's the trend now shift is getting ready to go public now and all of this is starting to post so what ships doing well I got the wasn't Moore's name at all and now all we are learning that ship is not able to use the whistle blower now to get a used van men because quid pro quo may not have any cheats another gonna go to bribery yes it's an exact replay of what happened with the Mahler investigation and report and their problem is they don't have anything they are wai Yang they are manufacturing along going illusion and they add to the illusion that every step or phase of this with the new alligator microphone call just happens to fall into their lack we're going to impeach trouble with a phone call that's because colluding with Russia bombed out is this is going to implode on them it is starting to it may even be ahead of the game on that Tim thanks for the call brief break back with more after this listen to talk radio all network news radio one thousand okay this is Steve investor insights with Stiefel chief investment officer Michael o'keefe Michael some stock markets are close to record highs recently yes stocks were up over the last week here in the U. S. continued positive economic data and less uncertainty around US China trade seem to be supporting a positive market and some indices have indeed reached highs recently people respond to new highs very positively but remember that we expect the stock market over the long term to earn a positive return so new highs are normal what what should investors be thinking about as the markets hit these new highs you know power guiding investors to take a moment to reflect in the last couple of years people been very focused on stock market.

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