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"adam schulz" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

15:25 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On Friday the house of representatives Judiciary Committee voted on party lines I think the final vote was twenty three to seventeen on Friday to recommend impeachment to the house all the maneuverings are going on as I speak in the next few days is going to be a vote in the house and according to the media accounts of from the morning talk shows it appears that Nancy Pelosi is giving permission to certain Democrats in tough districts to vote no on impeachment as long as the number done get to sixteen and the media is urinate off that the American people don't see this thing the way the Democrats want them to see it they are angry that we know the solemnity in the religious aspects of this incredible a man with perspective from the left coast in California's James her sentence an attorney also played with the temptations he's with the news Max also nice taught law and he's a great American James Harrison in California welcome again to the bill Cunningham show James how are you I'm doing great how are you bill I'm doing well one of the great things on Friday before that for several weeks in fact for two and a half years the Democrats have wanted to impeach trump now when the whole thing fell apart with a molar Russian collusion delusion they quickly shifted over to a telephone call with the transcript that could be read one way or another way depends upon one's political proclivities reading what happened and Nancy Pelosi said now in the last few days repeatedly that he's been paging himself for two and a half years but the group but the alleged crime did not take place until July which it didn't take place and so from a political political perspective I read an article you put up about the Democrats ruling that day they're going to have a Senate trial which might not be for another one another three to four weeks sometime in January but none the less politically can you play this out for us how you think it's going to turn out well the first thing that you know when you talk about politics one of the things that Nancy Pelosi senator and Jerry Nadler said earlier why is that there was no way that it would be good for the country to go forward with an impeachment unless it was bipartisan and obviously there's not a single Republican participating this is the furthest thing from bipartisan you could ever have it's a one party Cory's I impeachment it's insurance and what they were doing is basing a constitutional power the Congress has and the founding fathers you know talk about this Alexander Hamilton described impeachment as in release valve to avoid a revolution in the country he saw it is something that could be abused he was very concerned about it I am Lucy is playing out it is definitely in the way of the night the founding fathers had because we didn't expect party leaders to be devoid of any kind of scruples but that's with Nancy Pelosi there's there are I believe the reason that she has is because this far left activists dates to lead by the so called squad have backed her into a corner where she has to get ahead of them in order she thanks in order to maintain her support it's a she wants to stay in school but the irony is of course is that what she's done is move herself out of his speakership I think politically we've you know we've seen actually an interesting our office of our future that took place in the United Kingdom now they have their own like shin we had the same kind of rhetoric Augustine kind of very far left rhetoric being voiced by your record and the leader of the labor party and they they lost usually the polls were all wrong the mainstream media in England was all wrong and the there even in areas of the country where they expected to the liberal label labor party expected to score they didn't I tell you know the one I'm watching the other night and it was light was a Thursday night and I'm watching the arguments about about obstruction of Congress it's not obstruction of justice which you might be a crime if proven which it can't be bought up structuring of Congress means that the Congress issues as a pain in the executive branch if the executive branch does not respond because of executive privilege or because a lawyer client privilege and then normally and the legal system that we have in America and then the party seeking the subpoena has to go to federal court to enforce that subpoena which is what I it happens all the time when someone issues as a painter to anyone saying I want this information what you do that is go to a judge is it privileged information it happened in Watergate it happened in nineteen ninety eight ninety nine it happens all the time in fact to somehow James Hirson newsmax if you would get is a pain and you think I'm not going to get that information to the state or did I Sacramento whatever it might be because it's privileged that they don't lock you up because you won't give this a paint you will give the information it what what the issuing party does is go to court to get a court order that requires you to get the information obstruction of Congress is not a crime nor is a wrongful behavior you and I as attorneys know join forces a ban on you simply go to court and that the court issues in order to provide the information that if you don't do it your contempt of Congress and then it could be a criminal offense for contempt of court contempt of Congress none of that applies here because why don't they go to the courts which is the third party the separation of powers and get the order requiring top to comply because what they're doing now is a farce farce I guess that's what we would expect from an impeachment proceeding and procedure that started with fabrication command I'm sure is a fake conversation which proceeded without any elements of due process which disallowed the Republicans from calling witnesses which disallow the participation the president's counsel so we would expect that the articles of impeachment would be equally dubious in as you're well point out that they don't contain crimes they don't contain any kind of crime there's no statute on point that would really cover either of those articles that they would be dismissed here are you know if the local prosecutor came up with charges that were is nebulous and ambiguous as what they put in there they would be dismissed out of hand by a court in civil court they were they would be dismissed on motion and so it's an impeachment without a crime and they didn't take you you know you're a US a very important question if in fact the president was wrong or his counsel was wrong to assert a privilege yeah in the proper thing to do would be to go get a judge to go to court to issue an order and then if they didn't follow the orders in the deep contempt but they didn't do that just like they didn't do a proper investigation of this so called charge and have an independent investigation because they're in this bank Herbert you know they're they're trying to do a summary of course you needing to get this thing done in a in a hurry to please I think the goal is please please please win user base are pursuing time maybe by November of twenty twenty another people will have her cotton knit James you've done this very well in your column Democrats wanting Santa trial may regret it and of course the procedures need to be worked out between the house of a between the Democrats the Republicans between McConnell and Schumer and needs to be how we're going to do this to you can we call witnesses but you point out can you imagine a Senate trial in which the president being charged with high crimes and misdemeanors buy it now all the Democrats Republicans in your home state of California and in New York say okay I want to call the following witnesses I want Joe Biden I one hundred Biden I when Adam Schiff because all of them apply directly right direction I want to prove it what happens then to the democratic slash media narrative that this is a solemn proceeding any should be removed from office what it what are the pitfalls for the Democrats in the Senate trial orders huge proposes you're point out you know if everyone's tune again and this is what why by the way if he had insurance hearings backfired so badly is that people tuned in and they saw people like Jim Jordan John Radcliffe and other Republicans cross examining effectively and bringing how things that they hadn't heard from the media they have a trial and they're able to find ask questions about his contacts with the so called whistle blower bring an Alexander Chiluba ask about Ukrainian interference in the twenty sixteen election the president asked about in the transcript that the mainstream media claims is a discredited it's always the bugs in other words if you went out if you raise the point that the vice president's son and probably the vice president are financially benefiting by being in charge of the Ukraine and since in December and January before trump took office lots of articles and politico in The Washington Post that the Ukrainians tried to elect Hillary Clinton all of which is run conjuring the media narrative the more you find out about this the more angry you get that this is similar to a bloodless coup in nineteen seventy four the media wanted Nixon gone and he was gone there was no conservative media ninety eight ninety nine the media wanted Clinton to stay in office because nobody wanted Al Gore and after all this is only about sex according to the Democrats it was about lying to a federal judge in a sexual harassment lawsuit none the less the media wanted Clinton to stay in the state but we had our recommends in two thousand and now the media once Tromp gone but the difference is all the websites newsmax the drudge report and and bright part you have all conservative television conservative radio you have conservative thinkers getting out other information imagine if only the information given by CNN and NBC was present to defend the president what what happened I figured they would move the needle if it weren't for the fact the alternative media for shows like yours bill Cunningham at or the ones you describe it we would have gone the other way and that's the key during this whole impeachment fiasco the public attitudes have gone the opposite of what the Democrats want IT support for teaching going down support for the president going up and then shockingly going up in the so called battleground states were president trump is beating all comers in those battleground states and this of course has the thirty one the democratic house members who are in districts where the president one extremely nervous like they may have to in their careers but but the the evil which it what's amazing about this is the fact that it that the American public is not so easily call it what when the twenty four seven coverage goes against the president when we know that that Harvard study said that over ninety percent of the media coverage has been negative yes the story years and I haven't been able to so I think what's happened is the public just enough brushes that aside and in no longer takes any of that most of the mainstream American media seriously well you know right ratings are terrible yeah they're not run like a business built now obviously soccer can run them in the ground and keep his job well right you should I'm reading the stuff that's Cole bear hat on Thursday night quote how will shame for Republicans referring to you and me how shameful Republicans explain defending trump to their grand grand children then there's those questions about Bill Clinton did answers questions about the Eric holder who said that he was the wing man for Barack Hussein Obama here all this talk about bill Barr being the not the Attorney General the diminishing him attacking in the institutions have been attacked I'm thinking about the sabotage conducted by Democrats from before trump got into office to ruin his presidency with some pain as with the deposition request with ridiculous media charges and now the impeachment all that stuff and now the manger whether it's the Jimmys or whether other late night talk shows quote how will shameful Republicans explain defending trump to their grandchildren asking that question to Adam ship and so the media is saying that we're still but and we're shameful that amazing I look Stephen Colbert and his friends after the I. G. report found that everything that was in congressman Kevin Nunez's memo that the media attack everything was confirmed that the FBI doctoring evidence that the spotlight on back on the closing campaign and yet Stephen Cole bear and his friends how are they going to explain to their grandchildren that they told this narrative that was a total lie for almost three years and now a Democrat inspector general who it looks into the FISA warrants shows that there are entire nerds have was a lie and the man that was on that show Adam Schulz he he was destroyed by the inspector general report because Adam Schiff for three years hold the narrative that was blown to bits by the inspector general report and he has this man has it's just a great talk about Shane Shane clear that attaches Jane who has no shame shame and I'm watch as I'm going well I am not shameful I'm a proud American we hold of the constitution to vote yes on an impeachment article that is false in shame but when the Democrats have engaged in much worse behavior and everything the president did in Ukraine was justified by his office by the constitution when the Democrats do something quickly blame the other side for your behavior and so when Clinton is getting dart in Russia about the about tromping those prostitutes quickly Blaine trump forgetting the Russians involved and in the Ukraine when our guys are making millions and millions of dollars illegally and wrongfully quickly blame trom for our behavior and one Adam Schiff is on an audio tape being being pranked by Russian talk show host talking about getting.

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"adam schulz" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on WJR 760

"Was a total lie for almost three years and now a democratic inspector general who is looking to devote finds warrants shows that there are entire nurture was alive and the man that was on that show Adam Schulz he he was destroyed by the inspector general report because Adam Schiff for three years holding narrative that was blown to bits by the inspector general report and he has this man has which instantly talk about Shane Shane clear that at a share Jamie has no sure his name and I'm large as I'm going well I am not shameful I'm a proud American we hold of the constitution to vote yes on an impeachment article that is false in shame but when the Democrats have engaged in much worse behavior and everything the president did in Ukraine was justified by his office by the constitution when the Democrats do something quickly blame the other side for your behavior and so when Clinton's getting dart in Russia about the about tromping those prostitutes quickly Blaine trump forgetting the Russians involved and in the Ukraine when our guys are making millions and millions of dollars illegally and wrongfully quickly blame trump for our behavior and one Adam Schiff is on an audio tape being being pranked by Russian talk show host talking about getting dirt on trump you have nude pictures of the president I want to see them I mean right now you got shipped trolling for dirt on drop in Russia which was a prank call and now quickly because he was caught doing it quickly blamed the tribes server engaging in your behavior while James ours and we got a run we gotta go thanks for coming all we'll see what happens the next few days but the train is on the track I'm not shamed I'm a happy American and once again James arsenite read yourself on newsmax more coming out in the next few days but once.

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"adam schulz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on KTRH

"Society and we've got a false premise all over the place Adam Schiff as they continue to attempt to wag the dog by distracting you from the bigger story so he'll speak about the conspiracy that I mean all the data how crazy is it to that you would have people that were involved in so my conspiracy theory back in twenty six eight this is serious business will be present one real quick observation and for anyone in your life that you might come across that wants to travel down the Adam Schiff path of conspiracy theory about Ukraine about be entire ground work of the deep state ask them how we magically ended up with the narrative of trump Russia collision where they come from you'll work anybody I mean they came from somewhere right it came from somewhere they you wanted up having people that happen to be involved with that conspiracy that were involved in informing the president of the United States for the present elect at the time the case of James Comey later the president of the United States of that Hey I you should actually go ahead and fire your FBI director because he dumbass thanks and then that same person would end up recommending a special prosecutor to investigate what trump pressure collision so again where did that come from it didn't just magically other than their so conspiracy yes unfounded no and this is where it's important to discuss a couple of concepts the premise and facts and I am Brian muddy your friend hang down in the south water into the great one mark within this evening mark will be back with you tomorrow observing young comport now if you are familiar with my work I established the premise because the premise of anything is false anything built upon it will be too and I will tell you that there are two sides to stories but just one side the facts and facts are more important today than they've ever been because man are they in short supply when you hear what's coming out of Congress when you hear what's coming out Adam Schulz now yeah I get to write about half the time I I mean that is the you know you got to give him credit for that it's just another half details right now when in talking about facts and how we got here in the first place don't you find it interesting that enrollment Cape was recommended for indictment and magically within a matter of days you have this entire whistle blower thing that comes out think about this for a moment I put out a story on September thirteenth and by the way I who's the morning rush W. J. no west Palm Beach and bright mature WYO D. in Miami and guest contributor of fox news channel BBC which by the way credit to the BBC because their bias whatever else that they at least are still interested in journalism which is more than I can say for most of the major US outlets so kudos to them now the story September thirteenth and the headline to my story intro McCabe's just the force you to drop now I walk back through one of my research and if you have had an opportunity to listen to me guest hosting for the great one over the course of time you'll know that going all the way back to February second of twenty eighteen when we had the newness memo drop I prefer to call my thirty count indictment identifying all of the deep state actors involved in the conspiracy that led to the entire trump Russia collusion narrative all the folks involved with the steel dossier the planting of those stories in news media with the lamest appalled by the way I mean Yahoo news Mother Jones by god and then also the FISA work request when Donald Trump was candid it when he was president elect and then when he was president now during the course of this entire process to get moving the force the story forward in a in working with a working with it and so I did a series of stories around the beginning of this year about when bar turning general and you know my my summation was that he wasn't coming back to this particular post because he was really bored and he wanted his old job back and I hate just wanna put my feet up on my old desk he knew damn well what he's getting himself into I is a paramount time in American history and I fully believe that he wanted to bring justice back to justice and he wanted to restore an actual institution of integrity with our intelligence agencies and the state department and so that's where this is all been building then when you take a look at the March twenty fifth day after the dropping of the mall report couplings for interesting the first was rob Rosenstein who happened to be involved with this entire process what Rosenstein one is one of the folks who signed off on a FISA warrant request completely knowledgeable of the creation of the steel dot CA in all of the groundwork that laid the trump Russia collusion conspiracy it was bombed paid for by the Democratic National Committee toward Clinton's presidential committing gone through a lot of the the payments down for the now defunct law firm that works for both of them that entire lawn roses I was in on it now what was fascinating about it is that he was still there on that stage with William Barr and standing behind bars assertion that there was nothing there nothing in the mall report and we're not now that particular moment in time it was fascinating because why would he suddenly be cooperating when he was actually involved in laying the groundwork and he was actually the one who recommended the special prosecutor he recommended route more in the first place well okay thought here sounds like somebody who's cooperating because he knows that his bottom line okay so that's important because you got people when you're talking about actors at the highest level of the intelligence agencies that were involved in this entire upon the first place of folks like John Brennan James Comey enter McCabe Lisa page Peter struck Sally Yates Bruce fourteen of the net then civilians that were part of the conspiracy as well Christopher steel Nelly or who happen to be working with Christopher steel effusion GPS yes the wife of deputy Attorney General Bruce for along with the DNC in Hillary Clinton's campaign all right so think about this for a moment rod was in on that side often applies ward request new everything that was going on put more in place and then he's there on that stage with William Barr that to me was the for side the William Barr was really making progress in his investigation already at that stage now at that point I laid out a narrative this call one of two ways William Barr says you know what I'm going to take things up behind the scenes here in MoveOn org he was going to get down to business and there would be a comprehensive investigation and he would do his level best to bring justice back to justice in the hold people accountable to the extent that he's able to do so and lo and behold what did we see a series of those steps happening now what's important in the construct of this conversation is around this time what's interesting this whistleblower who was a witness can I get a witness well yes the second whistle blowers actually the witness which brought about the initial whistleblower who was a witness that's fascinating unto itself and by the way highly illegal because it was leaking classified information without going through the proper channels of the idea in the first place but I digress we got a lot of people have broken lawyer now when you have the whistleblower the one that actually I came out that was the second was a blur timeline in that report was interesting to me said that in mid may there were multiple US officials that were deeply concerned now why is that time one interesting well that's how mine is interesting because that's about the time that what Congress realize you know what we can not get anywhere on impeachment based upon more it work what it is I can happen so yeah there would be a lot of reason for a lot of people to be deeply concerned in intelligence agencies right a lot of people to be deeply concerned in the justice department especially former officials right what what to lose their so that time what was interesting unto itself and then this was the other little thing about that whole was support deal walking back to the Andrew McCabe story just the four shoe to drop September thirteenth at a put out I didn't know that within a matter of days we were going to have this whole whistle blower thing that would be at peace that palooza part two this year I just knew that something else was coming because in any other universe where we have an honest media rather than a godless souls slanders news media where the most pervasive form of bias within it is mission of information Andrew McCabe former acting FBI director be recommended for day that would be a twenty four seven story about the guilty until there's was think about that for a moment what were acting FBI director recommended for indictment holding major news story unless your in the United States of America with the godless souls Flanders news media it's all part of the Democrats samples now you have this call with Ukraine right oh my gosh this is that big of a deal we got a blow the whistle and you wait two months two months to come out of it I mean yes there's no tailor made literally the next day but it was safe it was material that the hung on to you certainly not a all my gosh oh my gosh we gonna blow the whistle take the president he's out there doing bad things I mean you would think if you had something that series you would sit on it for two months right just say logic again so you have enter McCabe's recommend an indictment matter days wag the dog whistle blower who isn't even a witness and then the president blows that allow the water and he blows it all out of the water by releasing the transcript so we're all witnesses now maybe we can all have was war protection the fascinating thing as we take a look at the whistle blower the second one realize all weekend long we heard about this this what we got a second was a borrow my gosh big news and then all the sudden nothing seems to be personnel well why would that be well if we find out that if you're being honest for thirty seconds only reason that this whistleblower seeking was war protection is they're trying to use the whistleblower protection to avoid prosecution because they broke the law leaking the information to the person who came out as the was a blur isn't that convenient and there's nothing else there because again we got the transcript of the call so when we talk about the premise we talk about facts those happen to be them and the construct of this conversation and so you have a lot of desperate people that are doing a lot of desperate things because they have an awful lot on the line and in the context of the rest of our society nor media we have a bunch of people that just go boom yes are they might not really understand but again that's why I take you back just ask them if you have anybody in your life how did we end up with trump Russia collusion in the first where did that come from give trump bad make don't answer the question because that takes you to the premise and then you can start having a conversation about the facts and we're going to talk more about this next I'm by mud in for the great one.

"adam schulz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Laughter song and was a key player in efforts to obtain a commitment from Ukraine to investigate a bogus conspiracy theory about the twenty sixteen election as well as Joe Biden and his son we've got a a lot of magic work out there a lot of magicians sleight of hand we've got a lot of distraction for an easily moved and distracted society and we've got a false premise all over the place Adam Schiff as they continue to attempt to wag the dog my distracting you from the bigger story so he'll speak about the conspiracy that I mean all the day to help crazy is it to that you would have people that were involved in so my conspiracy theory back in twenty six a this is serious business with the president one real quick observation and for anyone in your life that you might come across that wants to travel down the Adam Schiff path of conspiracy theory about Ukraine about be entire ground work of the deep state asked how we magically ended up with a narrative of trump Russia collision where they come from you'll work anybody I mean they came from somewhere right it came from somewhere thank you ended up having people that happen to be involved with that conspiracy that were involved in informing the president of the United States for the present elect at the time the case of James Comey later the president the United States that Hey I you should actually go ahead and fire your FBI director because he'd about thanks and then that same person would end up recommending a special prosecutor to investigate what trump pressure collision so again where did that come from it didn't just magically other than their so conspiracy yes unfounded no and this is where it's important to discuss a couple of concepts the premise and facts and I am Brian muddy your friend hang down in the south water into the great one Markov in this evening mark will be back with you tomorrow observing Yom Kippur now if you are familiar with my work I establish the premise because the premise of anything is false anything built upon it will be too and I will tell you that there are two sides to stories but just one side the facts and facts are more important today than they've ever been because man are they in short supply when you hear what's coming out of Congress when you hear what's coming out Adam Schulz now yeah I get to write about half the time I I mean that is the you know you got to give him credit for that it's just that the other half details right now I'm in talking about fax and how we got here in the first place don't you find it interesting that enrollment Cape was recommended for indictment and magically within a matter of days you have this entire whistleblower thing that comes out think about this for a moment I put out a story on September thirteenth and by the way I who's the morning rush W. J. no west Palm Beach and by much WYO D. in Miami and guest contributor of fox news channel BBC which by the way credit to the BBC because their bias whatever else that they lease are still interested in journalism which is more than I can say for most of the major U. S. outlets so kudos to them now the story September thirteenth and the headline to my story intro McCabe's just the force you to drop now I walk back through one of my research and if you have had an opportunity to listen to me guest hosting for the great one over the course of time you'll know that going all the way back to your second of twenty eighteen when we had the newness memo drop I prefer to call my thirty count indictment identifying all of the deep state actors involved in the conspiracy that led to the entire trump Russia collusion narrative all the folks involved with the steel dossier the planting of those stories in the news media with the lamest of all by the way I mean Yahoo news Mother Jones by god and then also the flies award request when Donald Trump as a candidate when he was president elect and then when he was president now during the course of this entire process get movie the force the story forward in in working with a working with it and so I did a series of stories around the beginning this year about when a bar turning general and now my my summation was that he wasn't coming back to this particular post because he was really bored anyone of his old job back and Hey just wanna put my feet up on my old desk he knew damn well what he's getting himself into I is a paramount time in American history and I fully believe that he wanted to bring justice back to justice and he wanted to restore an actual institution of integrity with our intelligence agencies and the state department and so that's where this is all been building then when you take a look at the March twenty fifth day after the dropping of the mall report couplings were interesting the first was rob Rosenstein who happened to be involved with this entire process what Rosenstein one is one of the folks who signed off on applies warm request completely knowledgeable of the creation of the steel dossier in all of the groundwork that laid the trump Russia collusion conspiracy it was bombed paid for by the Democratic National Committee toward Clinton's presidential committing gone through a lot of the the payments down for the now defunct law firm that works for both of them that entire just I was in on it now what was fascinating about it is that he was still there on that stage with William Barr and standing behind bars assertion that there was nothing there nothing in the mall report and for that now that particular moment in time it was fascinating because why would he certainly be cooperating when he was actually involved in laying the groundwork in he was actually the one who recommended the special prosecutor he recommended route more in the first place well okay thought here sounds like something he's cooperating because he knows that his bottom line okay so that's important because you got people when you're talking about actors at the highest level of the intelligence agencies that were involved in this entire upon the first place of folks like John Brennan James Comey enter McCabe Lisa page Peter struck Sally Yates Bruce fourteen of the net then civilians that were part of the conspiracy as well Christopher steel Nelly or who happen to be working with Christopher C. O. F. using GPS yes the wife of deputy Attorney General Bruce for along with the DNC Hillary Clinton's campaign alright so think about this for a moment rod was in on that side often applies ward request new everything that was going on put more in place and then he's there on that stage with William Barr that to me was the for side the William Barr was really making progress in his investigation already at that stage now at that point I laid out a narrative this call one of two ways William Barr says you know what I'm going to take things up behind the scenes here in MoveOn org he was gonna get down to business and there would be a comprehensive investigation and he would do his level best to bring justice back to justice in the whole people accountable to the extent that he's able to do so and lo and behold what did we see a series of those steps happening now what's important in a construct of this conversation is around this time what's interesting this whistleblower who was a witness can I get a witness well yes the second whistle blowers actually the witness which brought about the initial whistle blower who was a witness that's fascinating unto itself and by the way highly illegal because it was leaking classified information without going through the proper channels of the I. G. in the first place but I digress we got a lot of people have broken the law here now when you have the whistleblower the one that actually I came out that was the second was a blur timeline in that report was interesting to me said that in mid may there were multiple U. S. officials there were deeply concerned now why is that time one interesting well that's a mind is interesting because that's about the time that what Congress realize you know what we can not get anywhere on impeachment based upon more it work where it is I can happen so yeah there would be a lot of reason for a lot of people to be deeply concerned in intelligence agencies right a lot of people to be deeply concerned in the justice department especially former officials right what not to lose their so that time what was interesting unto itself and then this was the other little thing about that whole was simpler deal walking back to the Andrew McCabe story just the four shoe to drop September thirteenth at a put out I didn't know that within a matter of days we were going to have this whole whistle blower thing that would be and peace that palooza part two this year I just knew that something else was coming because in any other universe where we have an honest media rather than a godless souls slanders news media where the most pervasive form of bias within it is mission of information Andrew McCabe former acting FBI director being recommended for day that would be a twenty four seven story about the duty until there's a think about that for a moment what were acting FBI director recommended for indictment holy major news story unless you're in the United States of America with the godless souls Flanders news media it's all part of the democratic samples now you have this call with Ukraine right oh my gosh this is that big of a deal we got a blow the whistle and you wait two months two months to come out of it I mean yes there's no tailor made literally the next day but it was safe it was material that the hung on to you certainly not a all my gosh oh my gosh we gonna blow the whistle take the president he's out there doing bad things I mean you would think if you had something that series you would sit on it for two months right just say logic again so you have entered the caves recommend an indictment matter days wag the dog whistle blower who isn't even a witness and then the president blows it all out of the water he blows it all out of the water by releasing the transcript so we're all witnesses now maybe we can all have was war protection and the fascinating thing as we take a look at the whistle blower the second one realize all weekend long we heard about this this what we got a second was a moral my gosh big news and then all the sudden nothing seems to be personnel well why would that be well if we find out that if you're being honest for thirty seconds only reason that this whistleblower seeking was more protection is they're trying to use the whistleblower protection to avoid prosecution because they broke the law leaking the information to the person who came out as a whistleblower isn't that convenient and there's nothing else there because again we got the transcript of the call so when we talk about the premise we talk about backs does happen to be them and the construct of this conversation and so we have a lot of desperate people that are doing a lot of desperate things because they have it all pulled lot on the line and in the context of the rest of our society nor media we have a bunch of people that just go boom yes are they might not really understand but again that's why I take you back just ask them if you have anybody in your life how did we end up with trump Russia collusion in the first where did that come from view trump bad make don't answer the question because that takes you to the premise and then you can start having a conversation about the facts and we're going to talk more about this next I'm Brian mud in for the great one well.

"adam schulz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We all left this online was a key player in efforts to obtain a commitment from Ukraine to investigate a bogus conspiracy theory about the twenty sixteen election as well as Joe Biden and his son we've got a lot of magic work out there a lot of magicians sleight of hand we've got a lot of distraction for an easily moved and distracted society and we've got a false premise all over the place Adam Schiff as they continue to attempt to wag the dog by distracting you from the bigger story so he'll speak about the conspiracy that I mean all the big help crazy isn't to bad tell you would have people that were involved in so my conspiracy theory back in twenty six eight this is serious business with the president one real quick observation and for anyone in your life that you might come across that wants to travel down the Adam Schiff path of conspiracy theory about Ukraine about be entire ground work of the deep state asked how we magically ended up with a narrative of trump Russia collusion where they come from you'll work anybody I mean they came from somewhere right it came from somewhere thank you ended up having people that happen to be involved with that conspiracy that were involved in informing the president of the United States for the present elect at the time the case of James Comey later the president of the United States that Hey I you should actually go ahead and fire the R. F. B. I. director because he dumbass thanks and then that same person would end up recommending a special prosecutor to investigate what trump pressure collision so again where did that come from it didn't just magically other than their so conspiracy yes unfounded no and this is where it's important to discuss a couple of concepts the premise and facts and I am Brian muddy your friend hang out in the south and for the great one Michael then this evening mark will be back with you tomorrow observing young comport now if you are familiar with my work I established a prince because of the promise of anything is false anything built upon it will be too and I will tell you that there are two sides to stories but just one side the facts and facts are more important today than they've ever been because man are they in short supply when you hear what's coming out of Congress when you hear what's coming out Adam Schulz now yeah I get to write about half the time I I mean that is that you know you got to give him credit for that it's just another half details right now when in talking about fax and how we got here in the first place don't you find it interesting that Andrew McCabe was recommended for indictment and magically within a matter of days you have this entire whistle blower thing that comes out think about this for a moment I put out a story on September thirteenth and by the way I who's the morning rush W. J. no west Palm Beach and by much W. why would be in Miami and guest contributor of fox news channel BBC which by the way credit to the BBC because their bias whatever else that they lease are still interested in journalism which is more than I can say for most of the major U. S. outlets so kudos to them now the story September thirteenth and the headline to my story intro McCabe's just the force you to drop now I walk back through one of my research and if you have had an opportunity to listen to me guest hosting for the great one over the course of time you'll know that going all the way back to your second of twenty eighteen when we had the newness memo drop I prefer to call my thirty count indictment identifying all of the deep state actors involved in the conspiracy that led to the entire trump Russia collusion narrative all the folks involved with the steel dossier the planting of those stories and news media with the lamest of all by the way I mean Yahoo news Mother Jones by god and then also the FISA weren't request when Donald Trump was candid it when he was president elect and then when he was president now during the course of this entire process get movie the fourth story forward in in working with a working with it and so I did a series of stories around the beginning of this year about when a bar turning general and you know my my summation was that he wasn't coming back to this particular post because he was really bored and he wanted his old job back and Hey just one but like it up on my old desk he knew damn well what he's getting himself into I is a paramount time in American history and I fully believe that he wanted to bring justice back to justice and he wanted to restore an actual institution of integrity with our intelligence agencies and the state department and so that's where this is all been building then when you take a look at the March twenty fifth day after the dropping of the mall report couplings were interesting the first was rob Rosenstein who happened to be involved with this entire process what Rosenstein one is one of the folks who signed off on a FISA warrant request completely knowledgeable of the creation of the steel dot CA in all of the groundwork that laid the trump Russia collusion conspiracy was bombed pay for by the Democratic National Committee the way Clinton's presidential committing gone for a lot of the the payments down for the now defunct law firm that works for both of them that entire run road just I was in on it now what was fascinating about it is that he was still there on that stage with William Barr and standing behind bars assertion that there was nothing there nothing in the mall report and we're not now that particular moment in time it was fascinating because why would he certainly be cooperating when he was actually involved in laying the groundwork in he was actually the one who recommended the special prosecutor he recommended route more in the first place right well okay thought here sounds like something he's cooperating because he knows that his bottom line okay so that's important because you got people when you're talking about actors at the highest level of the intelligence agencies that were involved in the center upon the first points of folks like John Brennan James Comey enter McCabe Lisa page Peter struck Sally Yates Bruce fourteen of the net then civilians that were part of the conspiracy as well Christopher steel Nelly or who happen to be working with Christopher steel F. using GPS yes the wife of deputy Attorney General Bruce for along with the DNC Hillary Clinton's campaign all right so think about this for a moment rod was in on that signed off on the prize award request knew everything that was going on put more in place and then he's there on that stage with William Barr that's a big was the for side the William Barr was really making progress in his investigation already at that stage now at that point I laid out a narrative this call one of two ways William Barr says you know what I'm going to take things up behind the scenes here in MoveOn org he was going to get down to business and there would be a comprehensive investigation and he would do his level best to bring justice back to justice in the hold people accountable to the extent that he's able to do so and lo and behold what did we see a series of those steps happening now what's important in a construct of this conversation is around this time what's interesting this whistleblower who was a witness can I get a witness well yes the second whistle blowers actually the witness which brought about the initial with a blur who was a witness that's fascinating unto itself and by the way highly illegal because it was leaking classified information without going through the proper channels of the I. G. in the first place but I digress we got a lot of people have broken the law here now when you have the whistleblower the one that actually I came out that was the second was a blur timeline in that report was interesting to me said that in mid may there were multiple US officials that were deeply concerned now why is that time one interesting well that's how mine is interesting because that's about the time that what Congress realize you know what we can not get anywhere on impeachment based upon more it work where it is I can happen so yeah there would be a lot of reason for a lot of people to be deeply concerned in intelligence agencies right a lot of people to be deeply concerned in the justice department especially former officials right what not to lose their so that time what was interesting unto itself and then this was the other little thing about that whole with support deal walking back to the Andrew McCabe story just the four shoe to drop September thirteenth I didn't know that within a matter of days we were going to have this whole whistleblower thing that would be and pizza palooza part two this year I just knew that something else was coming because in any other universe where we have an honest media rather than a godless souls planners news media where the most pervasive form of bias within it is mission of information Andrew McCabe former acting FBI director be recommended for day that would be a twenty four seven story about the duty and others think about that for a moment what were acting FBI director recommended for indictment only major news story unless your in the United States of America with the godless socialists letters news media it's all part of the democratic samples now you have this call with Ukraine right oh my gosh this is that big of a deal we got a blow the whistle and you wait two months two months to come out of it I mean yes there's no tailor made literally the next day but it was safe it was material that the hung on to you certainly not a oh my gosh oh my gosh we gonna blow the whistle today the president he's out there doing bad things I mean you would think if you had something that series you would sit on it for two months right just saying logic again so you will have enter McCabe's recommended indictment matter days wag the dog whistle blower who isn't even a witness and then the president blows it all out of the water and he blows it all out of the water by releasing the transcript so we're all witnesses now maybe we can all have was war protection the fascinating thing as we take a look at the whistle blower the second one realize all weekend long we heard about this this what we got was a moral my gosh big news and then all the sudden nothing seems to be personally now well why would that be well if we find out that if you're being honest for thirty seconds only reason that this whistleblower seeking was more protection is they're trying to use the whistleblower protection to avoid prosecution because they broke the law leaking the information to the person who came out as a whistleblower isn't that convenient and there's nothing else there because again we got the transcript of the call so when we talk about the premise we talk about facts those happen to be them and the construct of this conversation and so we have a lot of desperate people that are doing a lot of desperate things because they have an awful lot on the line and in the context of the rest of our society nor media we have a bunch of people that just go boom yes are they might not really understand but again that's why I take you back just ask them if you have anybody in your life how.

"adam schulz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Be considered further evidence of obstruction of justice there you have it so let me break this down we're concerned that the White House will attempt to Stonewall investigation I'm gonna go to Harry in this so while the investigation you get a question you get a subpoena it may cover executive privilege if the White House decides it's protected by executive privilege how does that still while their investigation it's just simply complying with constitutional norms a mandate absolutely and so house speaker Pelosi suggested at today's news conference that there are three co equal branches of government and so it is clear beyond question pursuant to the constitution that the legislative branch does not have an unlimited right to investigate the executive branch what Adam Schiff none the less believes that he has an unlimited right to investigate the president and if the president seeks to exercise his constitutional authority within the meaning of the constitution then according to Adam Schefter VS constitute stonewalling we all know that Adam Schulz analysis properly understood constitutes nothing more than nonsense he is trying to re write the constitution just like the California state government attempted to re write the constitution with respect to the qualifications for president and so all American people should be alarmed at the last attempt to re write the constitution and to effectively criminal law the exercise of constitutional authority within the. meaning of the constitution so this cannot stand up and all of the American people who are impartial should rise up and oppose this effort so here's an interesting quote I'm gonna read right from the opinion here because I think this sets the tone for what we're dealing with at base the act talking about this presidential so called transparency act which is now struck is unconstitutional by the way the F. seeks to punish a class of candidates who elect not to comply with disclosing their tax returns by handicapping their access to the electoral process this is plainly.

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"adam schulz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To mitigate or ever consider litigation will be considered further evidence of obstruction of justice there you have it so let me break this down we are concerned that the White House will attempt to Stonewall investigation I'm gonna go to Harry in this so while the investigation you get a question you get a subpoena it may cover executive privilege if the White House decides it's protected by executive privilege how does that still while their investigation it's just simply complying with constitutional norms a mandate absolutely can so house speaker Pelosi suggested. at today's news conference that there are three co equal branches of government and so it is clear beyond question pursuant to the constitution of that the legislative branch does not have an unlimited right to investigate the executive branch what Adam Schiff none the less believes that he has an unlimited right to investigate the president and if the president seeks to exercise news constitutional authority within the meaning of the constitution then according to Adam Schefter VS constitute stonewalling we all know that Adam Schulz analysis properly understood constitutes nothing more than nonsense he is trying to re write the constitution just like the California state government attempted to re write the constitution with respect to the qualifications for president and so all American people should be alarmed at the laughs attempt to re write the constitution and to effectively criminal law the exercise of constitutional authority within the meaning of the constitution so this cannot stand and all of the American people who are impartial should rise up and oppose this effort so here's an interesting quote I'm gonna read right from the opinion here because I think this sets the tone for what we're dealing with at base the act talking about this presidential so called transparency act which is now struck as unconstitutional by the way the F. seeks to punish a class of candidates who elect not to comply with disclosing their tax returns by handicapping their access to the electoral process this is plainly impermissible..

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"adam schulz" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on KTOK

"On the weekend edition I'll be bringing some of the best stories from the week. interesting political story this week a whistle blower complaint has triggered a tense showdown between Congress and the intelligence community the complaint involves president trump's communications with a foreign leader and an alleged promise that he made Caitlyn Prisco she's a reporter for politico joins us for more on this whistle blower complaint so last week Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee he filed a subpoena for the whistle blower complaint filed with the internal watchdog for the all you have to buy agencies a lot dog received it about a month ago and deemed it to be John and credible and all all the the office of the director of national intelligence usually have to submit the whistleblower complaint to Congress within seven days that'll happen and so the watchdog reached out directly to Congress and now they're kind of like in a tense showdown over the content. complaint and like you fall we don't know what in the complaint reporting by The Washington Post said that about Peter the president centers around his communications with a foreign leader needing a phone call and that it like you said a ball I'm sort of promise that he made so the phone calls that the president is having their usually monitored by a few different agencies at a time so this is how somebody was able to maybe here it it's unclear if the whistle blower actually heard it directly or. gain the knowledge somewhere after that but the Washington post had reported that the president did have communications with at least five different foreign leaders in the weeks leading up to when the complaint was filed. they had an internet based on you know read out from the White House and other publicly available information and one of the things that they know what it is he had a phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin which is a lot of people's attention but the Russian media reported on offer and that wasn't cool you know the end of that date what have you been confirmed it took place and ministration has been like kind of murky about read out of phone calls between trump and foreign leaders. alright well for sure exactly what was said and that phone call but he's also I mean not limited to phone calls he's met with two or three leaders in the White House since that time gone to a couple of minutes where he'd met with world leaders thank you how to a lot of world leaders in that time right before when the complaint was filed the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire has not wanted to release the contents of what the whistle blower actually said and this is leading a lot of people including Adam Schiff to say that they're just trying to provide cover for the president. you said in the specific complaint isn't subject to thank you to whistleblower statute because the subject of the complaint is not within his party is not work in his office and it's not like in the intelligence community and so the general counsel for the car argued that makes her do you and so that's why they went to the justice department begin legal guidance for that and Adam Schulz said today after briefing from the inspector general. he had reason to believe that the justice department said that. how is the president respond to this I know he's sent out a few tweets me he said this is another fake news story but what else is he mentioned about this. so his tweets this morning were the only comment that he's given on the report so far like you said he called it yeah he also said that any time we speak on the phone with a foreign leader I know that there are you know any number of people listening from various agencies and the third is anyone dumb enough to believe that I would think something inappropriate with the word that he is he said on such a potentially heavily heavily populated call and then he said I would do what was right anyway and only get USA so he's shutting down this idea that he would say something inappropriate. Amazon com's Caitlyn Prisco reporter at politico thank you very much for joining us so much for having me. big story this week that is still on going the United auto workers union went on strike at General Motors sitting almost fifty thousand members to the picket lines the union is pushing for GM to improve wages and narrow the pay gap between older and new workers and re open plants have shut down for more on the story spoke to Phoebe wall Howard she's a reporter for the Detroit Free Press things happening here nearly fifty thousand workers as you said and that's in Penn state so this is not a Detroit or Ohio issue this is a national issue this of course is where the United auto workers are staying they brokered a deal with General Motors during the economic recession J. forfeited vacation they forfeited wages and they forfeited other benefits and we're all in this together when everybody's making money bring us back to the table so the GM workers actually broke a contract that protected them during the recession took massive caught at the time and says now GM is a very healthy company executives are paid very well do not cut our health care and protect our wages what's interesting is the center for automotive research note that the UAW wages actually down sixteen percent since those cuts so that's an industry friendly organization at the university of Michigan it says the wages today are lower so that's what you have here GM they have this kind of two tier system where older workers are you know making the whatever money they have and and new employees are getting hired in at much lower wages and some of them say that that causes kind of strife between them because they're doing very similar work and they're getting paid vastly different salaries absolutely with the temporary workers and the two tier and that is an issue where the workers say they really want parity interestingly the workers on the line I interviewed last night said it makes them feel better that everybody has the same wage for some of the strikers that I talked to were the higher wage striker. and they felt it was fair again bringing everybody off a number of people hadn't had pay raises in years I know GM has wanted them to pay a greater portion of their healthcare costs that seems to be a big sticking point they pay very little the employees compared to average workers across the country but that's where GM is trying to save some costs by having them pay a little bit more of their healthcare costs help cure is the big issue like for all companies the issue with that labor will say is that their jobs are exceptionally physical and more prone to injury frankly so their point is yes we have better health coverage we are also in significantly more dangerous conditions in terms of repetitive motion and even dealing with robot for now workers that are striking will get paid two hundred fifty dollars a week while they're out of work although they do have to wait I think fifteen days before this actually kicks in two to fifty dollars a week is not very much that's going to be pretty tough for them to live on for their part on GM side they said that things weren't really get affected to the consumers for about seventy days or so that after that then you'll start seeing certain models or colors or things that consumers want that they might not be available at that time things that you touched on in terms of the two hundred fifty dollars a week one is that the local union hall had been collecting food and non perishable so people throughout the community have been collecting good in support of the union workers many non union people I saw them delivering cars full of materials especially in flint people from driving all over the state of Michigan and delivering that stock different days and supply GM is absolutely confident that it has prepared and produced so they do have a stash however remember we learned the teamsters have announced that they are one hundred percent supporting the UAW workers that means that they will not be delivering vehicle they will not deliver them from the factory and not deliver them to the dealer. so when the truck drivers Hey we will not cross the picket line that is a very serious issue that hasn't gotten a lot of attention one thousand truck drivers who are saying we won't be returning your phone call there has been a scandal going on with the United auto workers leadership they were using union funds for a lavish trips and things like that how is this impacted all the negotiations and the workers themselves how do they feel about all of this to the issue of fraud in scandal and F. B. I. convictions over the last two years it's real with the national United auto workers however the workers will say separate from now many say they're happy to be striking and they feel like it over do so for them the issue as some of the folks at the table doing the negotiation are under federal scrutiny right now for potential wrongdoing he's our leadership team some of which have pleaded guilty and have been given prison time so that is a valid issue a valid concern and frankly the focus of tremendous anger and resentment he beat Wall Howard one of the auto and labor reporters for the Detroit Free Press thank you very much for joining us. it's a pleasure thank you. you're listening to the daily dies weekend edition I'm Oscar rumours will be right back with more..

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"adam schulz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On the weekend edition I'll be bringing you some of the best stories from the week. interesting political story this week a whistle blower complaint has triggered a tense showdown between Congress and the intelligence community the complaint involves president trump's communications with a foreign leader and an alleged promise that he made Caitlyn Prisco she's a reporter for politico joins us for more on this whistle blower complaint so last week Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee he felt the patina for this with full bore complaint filed with the internal watchdog for the fall do U. S. spy agencies watchdog received it about a month ago and to be John and credible and all all the the office of the director of national intelligence usually have to submit the whistleblower complaint to Congress within seven days that didn't happen and so the watchdog reached out directly to Congress and now they're kind of like in a tent showdown over the content. complaint and like you fall we don't know what in the complaint reporting by The Washington Post said that about future the president centers around his communications with a foreign leader needing a phone call and that it like you said a ball I'm sort of promise that he made so the phone calls that the president is having their usually monitored by a few different agencies at a time so this is how somebody was able to maybe here it it's unclear if the whistle blower actually heard it directly or have I gained the knowledge somewhere after that but the Washington post had reported that the president did have communications with at least five different foreign leaders in the weeks leading up to when the complaint was filed. the end of the term and that based on you know reach out from the White House and other publicly available information and one of the things that they know what it is he had a phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin which is a lot of people's attention but the Russian media reported on offer and that wasn't cool you know the end of that date what have you been confirmed it took place and ministration has been like kind of murky about read out of phone calls between trump and foreign leaders. well for sure exactly what was said and that phone call but he's also I mean not limited to phone calls he's met with two or three leaders in the White House since that time gone to a couple of minutes where he'd met with world leaders. a lot of world leaders in that time right before when the complaint was filed the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire has not wanted to release the contents of what the whistle blower actually said and this is leading a lot of people including Adam Schiff to say that they're just trying to provide cover for the president he said is this specific complaint isn't subject to keep the whistleblower statute you call the subject of the complaint is not within his party is not work in his office and it's not like in the intelligence community and so the general counsel for the car argued that makes her view and so that's why they went to the justice department seeking legal guidance for that and Adam Schulz said today after being from the inspector general. he had reason to believe that the justice department said that. the complaint how is the president respond to this I know he's sent out a few tweets he said this is another fake news story but what else has he mentioned about this. so his treat this morning were the only comment that he's given on the report so far like you said he called it yeah he also said that any time we speak on the phone with a foreign leader I know that there are you know any number of people listening from various agencies and he said is anyone dumb enough to believe that I would think something inappropriate with the word that he is he said on such a potentially heavily heavily populated call and then he said I would do what was right anyway and only get USA so he's shutting down this idea that he would say something inappropriate. on the phone call Caitlyn Prisco reporter at politico thank you very much for joining us so much.

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"adam schulz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"adam schulz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On the weekend edition I'll be bringing some of the best stories from the week. interesting political story this week a whistle blower complaint has triggered a tense showdown between Congress and the intelligence community the complaint involves president trump's communications with a foreign leader and an alleged promise that he made Caitlyn Prisco she's a reporter for politico joins us for more on this whistle blower complaint so last week Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee he filed a subpoena for the whistle blower complaint filed with the internal watchdog for the all the effort by agencies watchdog received it about a month ago and deemed it to be John any credible and all the the office of the director of national intelligence usually have to submit the workable complaint to Congress within seven days. and so the watchdog reached out directly to Congress and now they're kind of like in a tent showdown over the content. complaint and like you fall we don't know what in the complaint reporting by The Washington Post says that about Peter the president centers around his communications with a foreign leader needed a phone call and that it like you said a ball I'm sort of problems that he made so the phone calls that the president is having their usually monitored by a few different agencies at a time so this is how somebody was able to maybe here it it's unclear if the whistle blower actually heard it directly or have I gained the knowledge somewhere after that but the Washington post had reported that the president did have communications with at least five different foreign leaders in the weeks leading up to when the complaint was filed. they had an internet based on you know read out from the White House and other publicly available information and one of the things that they know what it is he had a phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin which is a lot of people's attention that the Russian media reported that phone call first and that was a little you know the end of that date what have you been confirmed it took place and ministration has been like kind of murky about read out of phone calls between trump and foreign leaders. well for sure exactly what was said and that phone call but he's also I mean not limited to phone calls he's met with two or three leaders in the White House since that time gone to a couple of minutes where he'd met with world leaders thank you also a lot of world leaders in that time right before when the complaint was filed the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire has not wanted to release the contents of what the whistle blower actually said and this is leading a lot of people including Adam Schiff to say that they're just trying to provide cover for the president he said is this specific complaint isn't subject to start with the blower statute home the subject of the complaint is not within his party is not work in his office and it's not like in the intelligence community and so the general counsel for the car argued that make her do you and so that's why they went to the justice department seeking legal guidance for that and Adam Schulz said today after briefing from the inspector general. he had reason to believe that the justice department said that. how is the president respond to this I know he's sent out a few tweets me he said this is another fake news story but what else is he mentioned about this. so his street this morning were the only one that is given on the report so far like you said you called it yeah he also said that any time we speak on the phone with a foreign leader I know that there are you know any number of people listening from various agencies and he said is anyone dumb enough to believe that I would think something inappropriate with the word that he is he said on such a potentially heavily heavily populated call and then he said I would do what was right anyway and only get USA so he's shutting down this idea that he would say something inappropriate. awesome. Caitlyn Prisco reporter at politico thank you very much for joining us so much for having me..

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