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Kamala Harris calls Mueller press conference 'an impeachment referral'
"California. US Senator Kamala, Harris says today's public statement by special counsel, Robert Muller is all the more reason to impeach President Trump. The democratic presidential hopeful has previously called for Trump's impeachment and Harris says, Moore made it clear today that he's referring the findings of his Russia investigation to the house of representatives for possible prosecution show, also says or told MSNBC, the only reason Muller, did not file obstruction of Justice charges against Trump is because of a department of Justice legal opinion that a sitting president cannot be indicted, the special counsel, did not return an indictment because of that memo in other words, but for that memo. I believe the affair inference from what we heard from Bob Mueller is that there would have been indictments return against this president? Well, Harris says we also learned today, that attorney general William bar is led the American people about a conversation he had with Muller on that topic. She says Barham made it sound like Muller himself said he failed to indict Trump due to a lack of evidence, not because of Justice department policies about indicting a
Bill Weld launches GOP primary bid against Trump
"Lead the former two-term Republican governor of Massachusetts Bill weld is here with me live in studio. And Mr. weld has something to announce governor jacomb announcing that I'm running for president of the United States as a Republican against President Trump in twenty twenty. So you're hoping to take him on in the primaries in the primary. So I I really think if we have six more years of the same stuff we've had out of the White House the last two years that would be a political tragedy, and I would fear for the Republic. So I would be ashamed of myself. If I didn't raise my hand and run so his Rian President Trump's reelection campaign just announced that they've raised thirty million dollars in the first quarter. The Republican party is has been reshaped to meet President Trump's desires, he has the support within the party nearly ninety percent. Do you really think you can defeat him? I do I've done it before. And particularly in New Hampshire where I'm spending a lot of time. It's one. One vote at a time and one voter at a time, and you got to meet him. But you know, what we have now is the president who mocks the rule of law. I spent seven years in the Justice department, try to keep the politics out of law enforcement. He's trying to put it in a president. Who says we don't need a free press who says the climate change is a complete hoax. He's not paying attention. I doubt very much. He's made a study of any of those issues, but he seems to have difficulty in my opinion. And I was a prosecutor for quite a while. He has difficulty conforming his conduct to the requirements of law. That's a that's a serious matter in the Oval Office. So just in in terms of your political strategy, you want to spend a lot of time in New Hampshire. And that's the New Hampshire is a state where their independence can vote their primary crossover primary New Hampshire really all six New England states, the mid Atlantic states, California, Oregon, Washington, very receptive territory. The president's not well liked in California, the inter mountain west where I spent a lot of time in the last. Cycle. No one. It'd be a national national campaign. The twenty states do permit that crossover voting which is more than a beachhead. So I'm very much looking forward to the campaign. Anyone wants to be helpful well, twenty twenty dot org. Well, twenty twenty or the Muller report you talked about youth served in the Justice department. You know, Bob Mueller was my deputy in the Justice department. He's the straightest guy I've ever met wonderful human being very thorough. Very great prosecutor. So how how much do you think of his report that we're told is going to be released to the public into congress Thursday morning? How much do you think can be redacted and still be a credible presentation to congress in the phone piece of cake? Oh, you really have to do is redact the classified information and needlessly derogatory personal material. But that's that's not a great labor. I mean, I think the whole report should be made public. So so that everybody can see not just a two committees of congress, but the American public. Can see they've paid for it. The president says he's been exonerated on these allegations of conspiracy with Russia, and that you can't obstruct a crime that hasn't took taken place, which obviously the attorney general Bill bar agrees with to a degree. We know Democrats in the House Judiciary committee and elsewhere are going to keep investigating. What's your take on the obstruction of Justice charge and the president's claim that he's been exonerated? No. I'm not I'm not really buying that. And if I were the president United States, and I've been found not guilty of one of twenty charges that could have been levied against me. I'm not sure I'd be holding a press conference to celebrate that what what do you make of the obstruction charge in the Miller report? You know, I don't I don't think the juries come back on that one. But there's plenty of other potential witness tampering, obstruction, possibilities arising out of all the Manafort and Michael Cohen material that has nothing to do with the Muller report. Let me give you the criticism that I think you're gonna face. You are a Republican from a different era in American history. You are a moderate Republican you were the Massachusetts Governor you're able to work with Democrats represented precisely country club. Oh, no, no, no Republican who works across the aisle and gets things done. I was reelected with seventy one percent of the vote because I brought everybody in. I would have a bipartisan cabinet if I get to sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue, and you know, I'm an economic conservative. I was voted the most confiscatory conservative governor in the United States by the Wall Street Journal and the Cato Institute, I cut spending year over Donald Trump is not an economic conservative. He doesn't even pretend to be. And you know, it's the country deserves to have some fiscal restraint and conservatism and cutting spending in Washington DC right now all the really is coming out of Washington is divisiveness in both parties are responsible for that. But the grand the grand of that is the president himself. I never seen such bitterness in this country. If you don't win the nomination are you going to run as an independent? No, no, I don't think. So, but I could not support Donald Trump for president. I'm not saying. I would never endorse a democrat in this race. But I I could
Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan says Mueller report shows no collusion
"President Trump down in Florida yesterday about to head to the golf course. Couple thumbs up mostly quiet though this weekend. But we're joined now by one of his top defenders in the house, the top Republican on the house oversight committee. Jim Jordan, congressman. Thank you for joining us your best morning, you're you're championships. Right there. He says the fact that there are no new indictments is not necessarily vindication for the president. You agree. Well, we got to read the report, but what I do know is to date not one bit of evidence to show any type of coordination collusion conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia to influence the election, and that was the charge George when this thing started almost two years ago. The Democrats were all saying that the president of the United States work with a hostile foreign country to steal the election. And again, there's not been one bit of evidence to suggest that any of that happened. Well, there's been a fair amount of evidence that fourteen fourteen associates of Trump had over one hundred contacts with the Russians even though you're quite right. There was no charge of conspiracy. Does any of the information that's been revealed? About those contexts are about the fact that so many in the Trump world lied about those contexts concern, you well, I mean, look the central charge of of the special counsel was to see if there was conspiracy coordination or collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to impact the election as I've said that was the focus of the of the entire special counsel investigation. We've not seen any of that. And again, remember, this is Bob Muller. This was the guy the Democrats and the Repub everyone in town said this is the guy we need for the job. He is the best person we can pick. He is. He is right next to Jesus he can almost walk on water. This is the guy and he will have the definitive statement on that fundamental question. We'll see the report, but all indications are that there's not gonna be any finding of any collusion whatsoever. How about the other concern that one of the other concerns the chairmanship raise right there? The fact that President Trump might be compromised because he was pursuing that Trump Tower in Moscow during the campaign, not telling the truth about it may still be pursuing it today. Come on. I mean, look, here's what's happened. They they don't think this Muller reports going to be the bombshell, they all anticipated. It was going to be. So now, they're launching all kinds of other charges all kinds of other investigation. They bring in Michael Cohen a few weeks ago. This was their first big hearing their first star witness there. First witness of the one hundred sixteenth congress a guy who's going to prison in six weeks for lying to congress. They bring him in. And what does he do he lies again, we think at least seven times under oath in front of the congress again? So that didn't that didn't work for him. Now, what's chairman, neither do Eighty-one different letters to sixty some different individuals starting a whole new fishing expedition, this is how they operate. So if it's not the bombshell, they wanted they bring in Cullen that doesn't work that hearing is a flop then they go with chairman Nadler Eighty-one different letters sent out there. This is how the Democrats are going to operate. We just got to be used to it and understand that that's where they're gonna go. Do you stand by your vote that the country should see congress? The entire Muller report the turning Jenner was clear in his letter. A short letter Friday. There was a lot of important things. He said in there. He said he's going to consult with rod Rosenstein, he's going to consult with the special counsel, Bob Muller, and he's going to release as much as he possibly can consistent with the law. I think the Democrats should be that should be what we all want an attorney general who operates according to the law. So I'm I'm for airing on the side of transparency the whole thing released. You didn't have those qualifications in the vote. Yes, we did consistent with the law. That's what we want. And and I think the Democrats would want the same thing. But I'll tell you this, George if he's got a release all the information that I want all of it released. I want those three, oh, I want the conversations between Bruce or and Christopher Steele the guy who wrote the dossier. Glenn simpson. The guy that Clinton campaign hired to put the dossier together. I want all those conversations that Bruce or had with Glenn Simpson. Christopher Steele, those recorded those notes from the FBI I want all that. Application to be made public when they use. They use that dossier took it to a secret court didn't tell the court the Clinton campaign paid for that document didn't tell the court a foreigner. Who was who was desperate to stop Trump from being elected, president wrote, the document I wanted that information released to the breeze thing. Let's let's release it all let's be clear on that. Then. So you agree with the Democrats all the underlying documents should be released top to bottom. The Muller report should be released. We've just gone through the special counsel regulations. There's nothing in the law that precludes the attorney general from release that I'm saying that the attorney general said follow the statute. And that's what he's indicated. He's going to do in consultation with rod Rosenstein and Bob Muller. I think the Democrats should be happy with that. They said Bob Mueller was the guy that they wanted to do this investigation. Billboards Bill bars going to consult with him and decide what he can release. But if they do release everything then by golly release, it all show is application show us two three. Oh to show us the information. They gave the gang of eight the gang of eight with Adam. Mm ship was a part of that the gang of eight when they talk to them way back with about this dossier about what took place at the a court and about the start of this counterintelligence investigation show us all that information to the American people deserve we've asked for that information to be made public a long time ago because that goes to what these top people this cabal top of the FBI what they did when they launched this thing. Clear back in the summer and fall of twenty sixteen before the election, the president could order all this released on his own all of the declassified on his own. We urge him to do that. I've urged him to do to release this stuff. I just described. I sure have the stuff that Jim call me Andy McCabe. Jim Baker Lisa page. Peter Struck all this stuff that they had started with the dossier and all this stuff that they'd started initially with this investigation prior to the election. We urge him to order the release of the mullahs report is well again, that's the attorney general's call. And he's gonna do that consistent with the law saying is if the Democrats if the Democrats are gonna call for all that to be released, then they should call for everything to be asking you a different question. Now, the president has this authority. Are you asking the president to order the release of the Miller report, that's the that's the president's call? He said he wanted to be made public. He said that the other day when he was walking. I think out in front of the press. I think last Wednesday he said that. So that's that's the White House has called you mentioned the here. Michael Cohen a couple of weeks back as we know from the southern district of New York. They concluded that President Trump was individual one who directed. Michael Cohen to make those hush money payments to influence the election, essentially, directed a felony. Does that concern you, look, I I like I said Michael Cohen came in front of our committee, and he lied, we think at least seven times, that's why congressman meadows an ice in a criminal referral letter to the Justice department. We know he lied about his when he said he didn't want a job in the White House. We know that was a lie. Every every media outlet in the country had reported that is the conclusion of the southern district. Prosecutors they're the ones who said that individual one President Trump directed Michael Cohen to do this. Well, I mean, there's they have their investigation that they're doing in the southern district of New York. What I choose to focus on is the fundamental the charge of the of the special counsel was to look at collusion. We have not seen any of that. What I also know is Michael Cohen cannot be trusted any prove that when he was when he came back in front of the committee and several times lied under oath. I think the real question years will chairman Cummings. Join us in demanding that Michael Cohen be charged for perjury by the Justice department. I think he should do that. He was very clear at the start of the hearing. He said, Mr. Cohen, if you don't tell the truth, I'm going to hold you accountable, and we've seen nothing from chairman Cummings to do any of that any kind of holding him accountable at all so just to be clear the president's involvement of those payments doesn't concern you the president has had an amazing two years. He was in. He was in Ohio last Wednesday. And what I saw was people lining the street is he wrote. From the airport to the tank plant where we build the best tanks in the world. I saw people cheering him because they understand that this presence committed to fighting for the American people and getting accomplish the things he told the American people he was gonna do it was an amazing reception. He received from all kinds of folks here in the fourth district of Ohio just last
"bob mueller" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"I'm James Holman from the Washington Post, and this is the daily two for Wednesday March twentieth in today's news evidence that Bob Mueller is wrapping up. The White House intentionally stonewalls on requests for documents from House Democrats and President Trump personally attacks the husband of a top aide. But first the big idea. Federal judges have ruled against the Trump administration at least sixty three times over the past two years. It's an extraordinary record of legal defeat that has stymied large parts of the president's agenda on everything from the environment to immigration in case after case. Judges have rebuked Trump officials for failing to follow the most basic rules of governance for shifting policy, including providing legitimate explanation supported by facts, and where required public input. Many of the cases are in early stages in subject to reversal upon appeal, for example, the supreme court permitted version of Trump's ban on travelers from certain predominantly Muslim nations to take effect after lower court judges had blocked the travel ban. But regardless of whether the administration, ultimately prevails, the rulings so far paint a remarkable portrait of a government rushing to implement far-reaching changes in policy without regard for long standing rules against arbitrary and capricious behavior. Two thirds of the cases that the Trump. Ministration has lost were because they violated the administrative procedure act. That's a seventy three year old law that forms the primary bulwark against arbitrary rule in America. The normal win rate for the government in such cases is about seventy percent according to historic analysis, but a database maintained by NYU law school shows that Trump's win rate is only six percent, many of these defeats can be chalked up to basic incompetence. Some errors are so avoidable. That business groups who want deregulation have been left to wonder whether Trump and his appointees are more interested in announcing policy changes than achieving them. They say unforced self inflicted wounds are setting back the agenda to deconstruct the administrative state more than anything Democrats at the so-called deep state of done contributing to the losing record has also been Trump himself his comments about shithole countries. For example, created a rationale for US district. Judge Ed Chen and San Francisco to rule that the administrator. Decision to end temporary protected status for hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Central America, Haiti and Sudan was motivated by racial and ethnic bias. At least a dozen adverse decisions for Trump have cited the president's tweets or other public statements. Now, Trump blames his losses on what he were. I who is Obama judges he specifically likes to attack the ninth circuit court of appeals, which is based in San Francisco. Well, twenty nine setbacks have come from this appellate court. The trend is national in fact, thirty four originated elsewhere, particularly in the DC circuit. That's according to a tabulation by my colleagues, Fred barbeques, Indiana, Paul and fifteen of the lower court rulings against Trump have been by judges who were nominated by Republican presidents, including in a few cases, Trump himself. And that's the big idea. Here are three other headlines that should be on your radar this hump day. Number one last night. Prosecutors with special counsel Bob Muller's team asked a federal judge to give them until April. First to respond to the court about a request from the Washington Post to unseal records and Paul manafort's criminal case, they sided the press of other work is the main reason for the delay in a two page. Filing. Bowlers men said they quote require additional time to consult with the government. A response had been due on March twenty first the filing didn't detail the nature of the consultation with other parts of the government.
Impeachment Begins, Sort Of
"So I think that might be Cohen will only be ineffective witness to the extent he's independently corroborated either by other testimony, meaning verbal testimony or by documents or both because he's got an awful history. Now that doesn't mean that everything he says is ally. But what it does mean is that you have to corroborate him. And I think any any prosecutor at certainly someone as careful as skilled and as objective. As Bob Muller would never use someone as Michael like Michael Cohen unless he could crop rate them. And I think in general the same thing about the folks at the southern district, and she this this is the problem here. Remember, what all the spin was on bubbler going back only two weeks ago? We don't have to go that far back Democrats were saying that in the Manafort situation and the Coen situation in the Roger stone's situation that all of Bob molars allegations have multiple corroborating witnesses. All of Bob Mueller's charges or not based on one person. But on three four or five people that Cohen himself by himself as unreliable Cohen by himself could easily be dismissed as liar saying with Roger stone, Roger stolen could be dismissed buzz Aligarh Jerome Corsi, whoever. But there are multiple people who can paint the picture multiple people filling in the billings, multiple people back in each other up through separate independent investigations. So to have built that entire case into trotted out. Michael Cohen last week for Democrats to now be saying, hey, we gotta do this ourselves. Pretty big indicator. They're not going to get what they thought from the the Bob Mueller investigation that all of their hype about the Mueller investigation really doesn't live up to it. Now. One more clip Sarah Fagin is she's a Republican right of center strategist, not a Trump fan on with George Stephanopoulos over the weekend. Only the rest of the extent to Matt's point. If there is some real they're they're in and right now, we don't have evidence of collusion. Most Americans manafort's evidence of collusion. Will you have manafort's crimes, but that doesn't necessarily extend to the president. And we'll see what the mullahs report says, but one would think after a year, plus eighteen months, we would see something if it was directly connected to the president
"bob mueller" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To the events to keep also the finest plays of beers ciders seltzer 's all there for you to try to quench your thirst. If you're the right caller who can correctly identify top four stories later this morning, then you'll be headed to the six annual bites and brews listening for your chance to win that is coming up at ten o'clock hour, or now we're joined by my friend, Rick s and Berkeley, the president the president of Wisconsin. Liberty and Rick lots of speculation last night. Robert mother is getting close your thoughts on that speculation. And what that might mean. In the context of all the things that are swirling around this president one just from the legal aspects. Right. Well, I mean, there are a lot of times that you bet he's winding up on the speculation last night is that he might submit his report to attorney general bars earliest next week the a couple of things first of all it is. I think almost certain that Bob Mueller will not recommend that criminal charges. Deep be brought against President Trump. This is probably because there won't be any criminal conduct on on the part of Trump within the scope of Mueller's investigation. But beyond that department of Justice guidelines is generally say, you can't indicted sitting president. So the question now will become well, okay. He's got this investigative. Report which is probably what it should have been considered in the beginning. It should have been done as a counterintelligence investigation to find out what the Russians did in the course of the twenty sixteen election and the question then becomes well. How much is this is going to be made public normally when prosecutors investigate someone, and they decide not to charge them with the crime. The report is not you know, made public. This is one of the criticisms just Komi in the Clinton situation. He wasn't gonna charge. He shouldn't have said anything, but there's this other aspect too. And this other aspect to it is is sort of an investigative investigation into Russian activity in the twenty six thousand election. And I believe the statute says it determine general is supposed to report to congress. And so we're gonna have perhaps controversy over how much of this is going to be made public since it seems to me that even though there may not be criminal. Conduct on the part of the president door or people closer to the president. That have already been identified could be stuff. It's embarrassing. And, you know, then President Trump has a pretty thin skin. So, you know, he's he's he's likely to to think some of it's embarrassing, even if you know, it may not be the worst stuff in the world. And so, you know, is there now going to be a battle between the White House the attorney general in congress. As to you know, just how much of this is going to be made public will congress subpoena Miller to testify, you know, will there be litigation brought in order to compel the production of, you know, some of this stuff should decide that not all of it ought to be released. So I think we could have quite a lot to talk about it in the coming weeks could every could there be a role for the supreme court in some of this stuff? If let's say the president were charged with something even not just from the mall investigation. But the southern district of New York or one of the house investigations could there be a role for the supreme court the plate washer? Sure. Because because and again, I mean, I think you make a great point there. Even if you know Muller releases its report, whether it's made public or closes up shop, there's still investigation going on in the southern district of New York where there's this issue of campaign finance violations is issue of contributions to the inaugural. The committee apparently under investigation the issue of whether or not you can indict a sitting president has never been resolved by the United States Supreme court. There's a lot of people that say that this is just implicit in the separation of powers, it would be, you know, violation of the constitutional structure is if I you know courts, would, you know, weigh in on the, you know, the criminality is president while he's still in office. But this report is never addressed that. And you know, if I suppose if the folks in the kind of awkward because of course, the people of southern district in New York work for the department of Justice department of Justice attorney general works for the president. So I don't know if there's a scenario in which case actually gets up to the United States premium court, what might be more likely is if in fact, there is an issue of, you know, somebody wanting to charge the president with a crime. And and they're being, you know, some type of conflict over whether this can be done or not. I think it's far more likely that the way to doubt will work itself out would be for congress to bring articles of impeachment. And if in fact, that's not hard to imagine. It's a democratic controlled congress little harder to imagine a Republican Senate voting to remove the president. It would seem to me that what they would have to find we have to be a pretty bad be pretty clear. So there's no real wound argue whether it actually happened or not. And then I think is is probably always the case of the impeachment of any president the president's popularity has to sort of dip to a kind of Nick Sonian level where you know, the president is just shut all his political supporting, and you know, starts today in loose backing within his own party. Got a couple of minutes left with the president of the Wisconsin law and liberty Rick s and Berg today can house investigation, which is primarily political connect- ever bleed into a criminal investigation. Well, sure, it could I mean, you know, the house couldn't cover stuff that that is that that that's criminal once again, if if that if things involve a sitting president of the United States. That's sitting president is is not going to be indicted by the Justice department, just not gonna happen. And and that's not a new Trumpian policy. The department of Justice has taken the position for a long time. Now that sitting president cannot be indicted, it's in their guidelines. And so I think it's unlikely it's unlikely to happen. But it could once again, you know, the far more likely scenario. This is what happened. You know? Watergate situation is is is something like that comes too late in the course of the congressional investigation of the Mueller reported a southern district of New York, it it really is far more likely that that will be dealt with in congress than than than the courts. Rick esoteric, president of Wisconsin institute for law long. Every thanks for taking a few moments to explain all that legal stuff for us at take care. Always good to talk to Rick. We'll take a quick break. More next right here in WTMJ WTMJ..
"bob mueller" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To say you're taking inclusive commemorative sampling glass for using the events to keep also the fines displays of beer ciders. Seltzer all their fee to try to quench your thirst. If you're the right caller who can quickly identify our top stories later this morning, then you'd be headed to the six annual bikes and bruise listening for your chance to win that is coming up in the ten o'clock hour, or now, we're joined by my friend. Rick Burke for the president, the president of the Wisconsin. Dan, Rick, lots of speculation last night. Robert mother is getting close your thoughts on that speculation. And what that might mean. In the context of all the things that are swirling around this president would just from the legal aspects. Right. Well, I mean, there are a lot of signs that you bet he's winding up on the speculation last night is that he might submit his report to attorney general bars early next week the a couple of things first of all it is. I think almost certain that Bob Mueller will not recommend that criminal charges. Deep be brought against President Trump. This is probably because there won't be any criminal conduct on a on the part of Trump within the scope of Mueller's investigation. But beyond that department of Justice guidelines is generally say, you can't indicted a sitting president. So the question now will become well, okay. He's got this investigative. Report which is probably what it should have been considered in the beginning. It should have been done as a counterintelligence investigation to find out what the Russians did in the course of the two thousand sixteen election and the question then becomes how much of this is going to be made public normally when prosecutors investigate someone, and they decide not to charge them with a crime. The report is not made public. This is one of the criticisms of Komi in the Clinton situation, if he wasn't gonna charge. He shouldn't have said anything, but there's this other aspect to it. And this other aspect to it is is sort of an investigative investigation into Russian activity in the twenty sixteen election. And I believe the statute says that the attorney general is supposed to report to congress. And so we're gonna have perhaps controversy over how much of this is going to be made public since it seems to me that even though there may not be criminal. Conduct on the part of the president, or or, you know, people closer to the president's already been identified. There could be stuff. It's embarrassing. And, you know, then President Trump has a pretty thin skinned. So, you know, he's he's he's likely to to think some of it's embarrassing, even if you know, it may not be the worst stuff in the world. And so, you know, is there now going to be a battle between the White House, the attorney general and congress as to you know, just how much of this is going to be made public will congress subpoena Miller to testify, you know, will there be litigation brought in order to compel the production of you know, some of this stuff. Should he H E decide that not all of it ought to be released? So I think we could have quite a lot to talk about in the in the coming weeks could every could there be a role for the supreme court and some of the stuff if let's say the president were. Charged with something even not just from the mall investigation. But the southern district of New York are one of the house investigations could there be a role for the supreme court the plate? Sure. Sure. Because because and again, I mean, I think you make a great point there. Even if you know Muller releases its report, whether it's public or not and closes up shop, they're still investigation going on in the southern district of New York where there's this issue of campaign finance violations is this issue of contributions to the inaugural committee that apparently under investigation the issue of whether or not you could indict a sitting president has never been resolved by the United States Supreme court. There's a lot of people that say that this is just implicit in the separation of powers, it would be, you know, violation of the constitutional structure, if if I, you know courts, would, you know, weigh in on the, you know, the criminality is the president while he's, you know, still in office. But the supreme court has never addressed that. And you know, if I suppose if the folks in the. It's kind of awkward because of course, the southern district of southern district in New York work for the department of Justice department of Justice, the attorney general works for the president. So I don't know if there's a scenario in which case actually gets up to the United States Supreme court. What might be more likely is if in fact, there is an issue of, you know, somebody wanting to charge the president with a crime, and and they're being, you know, some type of conflict over whether this can be done or not I think it's far more likely that the way that that will work itself out with the congress to bring articles of impeachment. And if in fact, that's not hard to imagine a democratic controlled congress little harder to imagine a Republican Senate voting to remove the president would seem to me that what they would have to find we have to be a pretty bad. Be pretty clear. So there's no real roomed argue whether it actually happened or not. And then I think is probably always the case with the impeachment of any president the president's popularity has to sort of dip to a kind of a Knicks Oni and level where you know, the president is just all his political supporting, and you know, starts to, you know, lose backing within his own party. Got a couple of minutes left with the president of the Wisconsin law liberty Rick Berg can can a house investigation, which is primarily political connect- ever bleed into a criminal investigation. Well, sure, I could I mean, you know, the house couldn't cover stuff that that is that that's criminal once again, if if that if you things involve a sitting president of the United States that sitting president is is not going to be indicted by the Justice department, just not gonna happen. And and that's not. A new Trumpian policy. The department of Justice has taken a position for a long time. Now that a sitting president cannot be indicted, and it's in their guidelines. And so I think it's unlikely it's unlikely to happen. But it could once again, you know, the far more likely scenario, and this is what happened. You know? Watergate situation is is if something like that comes to light in the course of the congressional investigation. The report is the southern district of New York, and it really is far more likely that that will be dealt with in congress than than than in the courts, Rick Esab, president of Wisconsin institute for long every thanks for taking a few moments to explain all that legal stuff for us. Take care. I was gonna talk to wreck. We'll take a quick break. More next right here in WTMJ WTMJ..
Donald Trump, Paul Manafort And Justice Department discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Tonight. We are reporting live on Muller Friday. And this is a big one. Bob Mueller is filing his final move against Paul Manafort tonight, making the case for a long jail sentences newsbreaks that separately New York. Prosecutors may indict Manafort within weeks on charges that Donald Trump cannot pardon all that. Plus there is this late news right now about the Miller report itself. Let me show you the scene here and to all seems quiet at the Justice department. But the DOJ is doing something that is not quiet at all something it almost never does
Whitaker tells lawmakers he hasn’t talked to Trump about Mueller’s investigation
"News. Keep your hands off the Muller investigation democratic congressman came Jeffries, telling acting attorney general Matt Whitaker that he should remain neutral on the nearly two year old Russian investigation. Wigger expected to be replaced by nominee Bill bar next week and says he believes Muller is doing everything by the book. I haven't been on the record about my respect for Bob Mueller and his ability to conduct this investigation and Whitaker's saying neither he nor the president has pressured the special counsel to end this is going to finish his investigation when he wants to finish this investigation conversations with President Trump about an investigation that may center on the president liquor wouldn't
"bob mueller" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Sorry. I just I just can't get over the fact that Bob Mueller. Got hacked. Bob Muller got hacked. And here's the thing. The thing is the thing is this. The thing is that doesn't make any difference with the files were sensitive classified unclassified. Whether it was Bob molars to do list from his wife or the groceries. He was supposed to pick up on the way. Oh, I gotta talk about Cheerios in a minute. Whether or not it was Cheerios Cheerios or lose big time. It doesn't make any difference. What the files were the fact that somebody was able to hack into the files with the computers of the special counsel's office tells you that the very people that should be concerned about operational security are not concerned. Oh, they're probably concerned now, but they were concerned enough beforehand. Cheerios thing real quickly, Angie. Eighteen months box of Cheerios cost eighteen box Cheerios. I think is like four bucks. I I just bought one recently did, but you don't remember do you? Remember, let me go to Amazon Amazon the the. Oh, what's that? What's that thing called we can buy groceries on Amazon and the the? Oh, you're Cheerios and prime pantry. Curios giant size. Four dollars and fifty nine cents for twenty bucks. Three dollars and sixty four cents four eight nineteen and a half ounce box of Honey nut Cheerios now why is this important because we've had a new Gotcha question. Mika Brzezinski over MSNBC is interviewing Howard Schultz, who's making an independent run for the presidency and fire. I have three questions just.
"bob mueller" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Hack into his database. If. If Bob Mueller had been the director of the FBI. When I knew him, and George W Bush are both viral bosses. If we had learned I shouldn't say, we if the president had learned that his FBI director had been hacked by Russians and they were stealing information from a an FBI database. He'll probably been fired. Yep. Probably been fired the tweet linked to webpage. Located off-line file sharing portal containing folders with non-public names and file structure of materials produced a Concorde's defense team said Moeller roughly one thousand of the total three hundred thousand files posted online matched files produced to concord management in discovery. The FBI found most team noted that the FBI found no evidence. Of course, not because if you want to know where the collusion is the collusion is between the former FBI director and the agents in his old agency the FBI because listen to this. Moore's team noted that the FBI found no evidence that the federal government servers or more servers fell victim to any computer intrusion. But. According to the Washington Examiner. It is still not clear how the information on the file structure became public. The fact that the file names and file structure on the webpage significantly match, the non-public names and file structure materials produced in discovery. And the fact that over a thousand files on the web page match those produced in discovery established that the persons who created the webpage had access to at least some of the nonsense. The discovery excuse me. See there is already Angie. There was the first birth. The tonight from scarfing down food after. Meeting that took longer next. Should I keep a tally? We should start. A actually we should do. We should we should ask people online. Are we are we on Facebook and YouTube? Yeah. And some weird is happening with Facebook. So I'm shocked. We're up. There are people are watching what we should have them say when they can tell if they can tell whether or not I have silenced burp or not or maybe I should just not try to silence them. I mean, we the show does MB class anyway. Right. I mean, I don't want to listen to that. Oh, you grew up with how many brothers? And you've never you never. You never heard your brother's birthday effort. So I guess it doesn't really bother me. But on the radio. I mean. If you're gonna not silence them. Have them be week. Right. If you're gonna do burp, I mean who who wants a excuse me. Who wants a half ass burp? I mean, if you're going to burp, you really should just burp. But you when you're on the air, you really do try to stifle those things twenty we have like an on off button on the microphone, which I'd have to time to learn how to use. I'm aware of that. I'm.
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"bob mueller" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"How am I not your first favorite? Why are you work on it? You're gonna hang up on your as well. Okay. I will. But you know, I am I am. I was gonna say this. But I haven't confirming last caller saw it only talk talking point that Bob Mueller is coming out with the denial. I saw it in a couple of different places that he's afraid that Bill bar might be confirmed. And of course, this rule, Mr Miller, and that's that's probably why he's doing it. Because this is the first band coming out with anything at all. I mean Bob Barr. I've been I mean Bob Mueller has been zipping nothing has come out except leaks. What officially come out like this? I think I can confirm probably are get the sense that he's probably afraid Mr. bar might be confirmed. I don't think there would be a problem. Bob barkeeps on acting like they're best friends. So I don't know. I. At the end of the day. The reason why you come out on something like this out of the afraid for his job. He has nothing to lose. Again. He was appointed. He's made plenty of money. But but I think that he comes out because this was so agreed justly wrong. This was so ridiculous. Reporting and it spread like wildfire down to you realize if CNN an NBA MSNBC together said the word of two hundred times two hundred. Yeah, I saw here. He had to come out. 'cause truth is truth. I did. But I think I don't think he's he's doing it for me. I know he's already wealthy, man. But I don't think he's trying to save his reputation. If it came to be that you are still employed in still doing investigation Crump and Bob Barr said, hey, I gotta let you go. That'd be a slap in his face. These Muller is probably worried about his reputation more than his wealth in that. Basically what these people operate? I mean, they don't care about money. This is exactly what was going on. When Kamala Harris with asking a question. I mean questioning Mr. bar the confirmation hearings. She asked him in all the things you do you really want this job? He said, you know, forty or fifty twice. But now I've had a I've had a good life. I don't give a damn he didn't say so many words, I'm just going to do. What's what's right by the law? I don't give a damn thing packed. He was saying you ain't gonna shake me. I'm gonna I'm gonna forget the Guy Forget confirmed. I'll do my God. But don't get control. I've got a good life. So she she did not push him. Let your pushing the other candidates. She was I looked sounded. Like, I face was like all I'm afraid of you kind of deal. She wasn't going to go pushing back for the she knew who he was. And that I hear you, and I get it. And it sounds like, you know, you you certainly have been watching this very closely. We appreciate you. Second favorite talk show host shut up. How dare you? The guy loosened six days a week it calls the show all the time on his second favorite. I I it's better than me.
"bob mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty seven degrees in Boston chilly tonight. It's five o'clock. I'm Laurie Kirby. Good afternoon. Here's what's happening at five in Washington. The two parties couldn't even decide on lunch. And the only thing on the menu is gridlock is day. Twenty five of the shutdown. Also sitting down before the Senate Judiciary committee today William bar, the president's choice to be attorney general following that. And joining me live is Allie Rogan and alley. I understand that Mr. bar is backing the president on his border wall and talking about a barrier system at the border. What did you mean by that? Yeah. He sure is. He was pretty unequivocal in saying that he supports President Trump's desire for wall funding, he weighed in on the political situation in terms of the government shutdown saying that Democrats should be more receptive to the notion of an enhanced enhanced barriers across the border. He was as most people are now at least buying closed doors, very upfront about the fact that this isn't going to be one contiguous large concrete structure that it's going to take different shapes and sizes at various points on the border. But he was pretty, you know, far out there and saying that he would support the president policy aims, which of course, entwined with his political strategy on the southern border Ellie, do the Democrats or Republicans for that matter. Ask him whether he would support the dreamer program. You know, I don't know that that came up specifically he was asked quite a bit about the dreamer issue came up in the context of previous congressional agreements to deal with immigration writ large, some of those more broad grand arrangements that for example, Senator Lindsey Graham and dick Durbin had been trying to negotiate in previous years and members of congress reminded him because he's sort of editorial is that, you know, Democrats would get their act together and supports them wall funding, they reminded him that actually the Senate has in the past arrived at deals to both deal with the dreamer situation. Those undocumented children of immigrants who have a temporary status in the United States and are waiting for more endurable enduring solution. They, you know, the Bill bar said that he hadn't been very much. Aware of those those agreements. So, you know, folks have to remind him that congress has worked on this in the past. It's just that President Trump hasn't actually signed any of those deals into law that will deal with both border security and DACA. Okay. And Elliot's very quickly the the testimony I heard for our is dominated on Bob Mueller special counsel, and Mr. bar trying to distinguish himself as a judicial mind one that is not a political mind. Yep. Bob Barr said that he would not he supports the molar investigation. He thinks it should be completed without political interference. He said he would not be politically minded attorney general. He said that if President Trump asked him to fire Bob Muller, he would not do so he would refuse and if that means stepping down he said, basically, he's at the point in his life where that's fine. He's already served in this position. He's got nothing to lose. So he made very clear establishing his what will be his kind of hands off oversight of the Muller investigation, which will fall to him even though some of his previous ratings had some Democrats concern that maybe he would be a little more hands on. All right Allie. Allie Rogan thank you for that update. Live from Washington. We always appreciate your time. Speaking.
"bob mueller" Discussed on WCPT 820
"In the late ninety s and now there are seven can you even get your mind around legally Cynthia seventeen separate investigations into this president. I mean, any one of these stories that Trump foundation the National Enquirer we haven't even gotten to to the meat of the Bob Mueller investigation. Right. That's right. And and it'll I think it'll be a while until we get there. Really? Right. I mean, the campaign finance stuff is fascinating. And the the pickle that the the southern district of New York, then because they have these felonies. And then they're up against a wall. What are we knew them? You know, right. Well, okay. Let's talk to talk to us about Michael Flynn yesterday. Because that was a pretty stunning day in court, wasn't it. Talk about what you think is going on. I as I've been saying all morning apparently taking legal advice from Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani on Twitter is unwise in a courtroom seems right? Well, what happened was I think? Because you don't really know. But judge Sullivan hate. People breaking the rules and corruption and that usually takes the form of him being mad that the prosecutors didn't turn over Brady material and Brady material is. Do you know that is, you know, it's a kind of an important thing to know, if I commit a crime, and you accused me of committing the crime here the prosecutor, and we go to trial. If it turns out, you find out that I actually have an alibi. You're the prosecutor you're trying to put me in jail. But you find out that I have an alibi. You have told me. Right. And it's it's sort of counterintuitive. It's like, no, no, no you were trying to put me in jail, but you have to help me, but that's the role of the prosecutor. So judge Sullivan has made a name for himself in always holding the prosecutors feet to the fire to make sure that they turn over that material that helps defendants that they give that to them willingly and expeditiously, and that's what he's famous for. So the genie Piero's of the of the world decided, oh, that means he hates the government the government. He's gonna screw the government on this on this thing. No, that's not what it meant. At all. What it meant was that? Judge Sullivan was then mad that this member of the government this three star general this person in the White House was. Trashing the FBI like it and he got mad. They were trashing the FBI. They were claiming they were ambushed a little Twitter loves best with president. Smiling and going into court like this is all a big joke. Okay. It's not a big joke. It's not a big joke to judge belvin. And he had a little come to Jesus meeting with them. Yeah. How 'bout that pointing to the flag, and you sold out your country. I mean, you're right. And you could tell they were stunned, right? This Flynn, and his lawyers were I mean, this is what's happening, right. When these ridiculous Twitter conspiracy theories that Trump puts out there come face to face with the law, and our judicial system and facts, right? That's exactly right. And I think even the prosecutors were attached done because usually, you know, what when you go into judge Seldon's courtroom. I think the expectation the prosecutor like oh my God. I hope I haven't screwed anything up 'cause I'm gonna be ride for it. And that's not what happened at all. It was it what he was angry about was was. General Flynn disrespect for our country in our role of block..
"bob mueller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Of you know, what that I've seen in a very long time. And now it is exposing itself from start to finish. I don't even know where to begin. So let's start with the news of this past week that Donald Trump the president of the United States had to submit answers to questions by Bob Mueller and his fake investigation into non existent collusion, quote unquote between the Trump campaign and Russia. No, I was beside myself that Donald Trump was asked by Bob Mueller is office among five questions. One of them was did you know beforehand that the meeting in Trump Tower in June two thousand sixteen was set up. So you have advanced knowledge of that meeting. What what in the world is anybody talking about what meeting? I'd been investigating the whole thing from start to finish as you own now. And the meeting in seems was about nothing it lasted about twenty minutes. I've interviewed several times on this radio show. Participants of the meeting everybody from start to finish agrees number one that the people there didn't even present themselves as members of the Russian government number two, no dirt on Hillary was given number three. Even if dirt on Hillary was given that is what campaigns do is they look at dirt from other people. And of course, number four not only is there. No collusion. The people inside the meeting from the Trump campaign were upset that they were even there. They found the twenty minute meeting a waste of time. But then here's the thing Mueller sitting there. Oh, did you have advanced knowledge of this meeting that again was about nothing? And he sits there though, and ignores the actual controversy over the meeting, which is what I've been pointing out for many months now. And that is what's going on? You've got these Russian nationals who show up. They all have deep ties to fusion GPS one of them met the day before the day of and the day after two fusion with fusion GPS. Another one worked for Hillary Clinton. And then a third met a Hillary Clinton associate that day before and after the meeting. Is it could it possibly be anymore? Obvious that the whole Trump Tower meeting was set up by dirty tricksters in the Hillary campaign and fusion GPS. Now, you all know fusion GPS, of course, wrote the false fabricated fake Russia hoax dossier. So all that things are interconnected. Now, I sent on Friday a request to this special counsel's office of Bob Mueller immediate request from this radio show and Breitbart, and here's what I asked. If they're sitting there, and they're talking to the president of the United States about the Trump Tower meeting. They're sitting there interviewing Donald Trump junior about the Trump Tower meeting again, the meaning is a nothing burger, and if anything it exposes Hillary and fusion GPS, so I asked alright if you're so interested, then did you interview the Russians and the other people who set up the whole meeting ridiculously? I asked special counsel. Bob mueller. I asked his office. First of all, did you interview Rinat Akhmetov no documentary, and as you all know worked with fusion GPS he was present at the meeting. He also met the day of the meeting with. Lieberman Hillary associate. Then I asked the people of the beautiful special counsel's office. Did you interview Natalia vest veselnitskaya? She of course, there's the Russian attorney who set up the whole meeting under fake pretenses claiming she had dirt on Hillary. When the whole thing was about the Magnitsky act of the Trump campaign could care less. Then I asked Bob Mueller, or at least his press office. Did you interview Anatolia some corn of now you guys might not remember that name, but he was present at the meeting, and I reported he worked with fusion GPS number one, which again, put out the fake dossier and totally totally cinema. Cornell number two works for Hillary Clinton and new Hillary Clinton and worked for Hillary State Department. That I asked did you interview rob Goldstone, who of course, was on this radio show and says the whole thing was fake the whole thing. He even admits was clearly about something else and set up as a bait and switch by Natalia. Then I asked again, this is all in emails. Bob mueller. Did you interview Glenn Simpson? Now, you guys all know anybody who wants to talk about Russian collusion at the very least should interview Simpson. The founder of fusion GPS the person who has paid by Hillary paid by Perkins. Cohen Hillary's firm paid by the DNC to put out the fake fabricated dossier. If Bob Mueller who claims to be interested in Russian collusion, quote, unquote. While of course, notoriously ignoring Hillary selling our uranium to a Russian firm Hillary taking hundreds of millions to her Clinton foundation from foreign nationals doing business, including some with Russia, including ties to the uranium deal. So if special counsel Bob Mueller, truly really were interested in getting to the bottom. Let's just look specifically at the Trump Tower nothingburger meeting, you would think you would have interviewed the very Russians who were at the meeting. And of course, you would think you would have interviewed Glenn Simpson. No. I also ask Bob Mueller is office and oppress Email, did you interview? Ed lieberman. Ed, we've been Marin worked with fusion GPS, and he's a Hillary associate who met with Rena not the guy who at the Trump Tower meeting the day of the meaning before and after did you interview him now, let me read you the response. Quote, we declined to comment and quote. We decline to comment. By the way. I apologize for the background noise. We're doing today's radio show in the field. Let me just say that. How can Bob Mueller possibly claim that he's trying to investigate collusion? And then he totally ignores in the whole Trump Tower meeting the fact that the whole thing seems to be collusion again between Hillary whose campaign gave money to fusion GPS fusion GPS, then allegedly paid Russian sources. Why is he not interviewing these people? Now, I know for a fact that he did not interview Natalia village Mikhail sky out because I have many sources, I know he did not interview Anatolia some horn of. I know he did not interview AAC Valente who is there. I know he did not. And this is amazing interview. Rena Glenn Simpson of fusion GPS, which tells you everything, and I also know he did not interview. Ed Lieberman, the Hillary associate. He did however interview you not. Doc mitchum, but my information is it was about something else and not necessarily just the Trump Tower meeting, and he did interview. Bob Goldstone the publicist so okay. What's going on here? Now, let's pan back a little bit more and look at the players now involved beyond just the whole Trump Tower non story, you've got Jerry Coursey who let's human Pam before. We even get to all of that. And to how Bob Mueller is entire thing is dependent on all of these let just say less than credible individuals. I'm by the way, individuals that I know very well. And I think they're well, meaning, and they don't understand that they sometimes let's just say get carried away with the truth. But let's let's say even Pam back beyond Trump Tower. What Bob Mueller has to prove here because they're claiming now beyond the Trump Tower thing that the Trump campaign had some sort of inside into WikiLeaks. Now, first of all, you know, we're so caught up in the fake news media Lou WikiLeaks. Ooh inside. Did. He know did the campaign. No, dude. Okay. Not now. First of all what the entire media is. Now presupposing is that WikiLeaks is the Russian government. Now, I know that Bob Mueller indicted a few Russians for hacking, and then claims that they passed information onto WikiLeaks, but an order now from Euler to claim that there was collusion between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, and that therefore that represents foreign intervention by Russia would he has to do and he has not done. This is proved beyond any reasonable doubt that WikiLeaks is the Russian government. And that's number one. What the media is kind of failing to link together all these screaming headlines in the New York Times and CNN and the Washington Post in nonstop on on cable news. Ooh, Trump campaign. Ooh, WikiLeaks who did he meet with WikiLeaks duty, not the whole thing is worthless. If they can't prove number one that WikiLeaks was the Russian government, which has never been. And number two that the Trump campaign if they knew anything which again, it's relying on these less than credible actors that means that the Trump campaign would have also had to have known that WikiLeaks was the Russian government, which is another crazy step that Bob Mueller. There's no way he can possibly prove here. Now, let's just say for a minute. Let's say it were proven somehow that WikiLeaks was the Russian government. Right. What would that mean? Did anybody ever read the New York Times during the campaign or any of them the major newspapers in America? Every single newspaper in America constantly did stories based on hacked documents from WikiLeaks. So what that now means is that every newspaper every reporter, by the way, including myself. I did several stories on the public information that WikiLeaks put out just like every other member of the media in America. So that means according to Bob Mueller and his disproven, or at least not proven theory. But that would mean that we're all colluding with Russia. So if Trump can go down or if any members of the Trump campaign can go down for claimed knowledge from WikiLeaks. Then that now means that the entire American media coordinated with or was fed information from the Russian government, right? That's what it would mean. Actually. Oh it gets much crazier. And we're just beginning. I'm just getting warmed up right now on the Bob Mueller insanity that is rocking our nation, but not in the right way. And of course, Mueller not investigating obviously the right things. So we're going to go to all of that. And we're going to also massively get to Israel. To Airbnb also Jonathan Pollard has been in the news, and we're going to go deeper into that story. All that and more. Stay tuned as I am broadcasting.
Trump may cancel G-20 meeting with Putin
"Don't want that aggression at all. I want to be clear when the president does take tartar stance on Russia. We report that fact, the meeting will also would becoming with Bob Mueller probe intensifying and a lot of questions that would be kicking around from that meeting. If it occurred this week, the fact of the matter was he was this is a story that is not well known it stuck in my mind about was this was in the White House, but it really should be especially maybe now. Oh my God. Rachel maddow's. MSNBC present bagman. Search bag man to subscribe now.
"bob mueller" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Eagles would New Jersey. Sorry. This is a good point. Jim. I'm glad you called it. Remind me this. What's up? Mr limbaugh. I know my time is limited. But let me just tell you that next to the verse of my children. Biggest moments in my life. You are true American, but I fear that you have fallen into a trap that has been perpetuated on most of the talk show host in this country. Be very be very very careful before you include me in that Bush. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Because what did I say what I introduced you? I'm glad you called to remind me that because I myself have said what you're gonna say. I could have said I don't need to call of already said it, but you've been on hold them a long time. And I wanted to reward you giving you the opportunity to say it. So thanks traffic. The trap is Bob Mueller has no intention whatsoever. To ever try to President Trump for anything because you've talked about it all morning there is nothing. There are no witnesses. There are no could original collusion, you'll be collusion exists between him and the new year to make us think that he's doing after Donald Trump. Purely cleaning up the mess. Basically been in office. Well, that's that's ninety five percent true. They are if they can find something in all this. The naked us to send Trump packing. They would do it. But you're right. What this what this really is? And I've said this this is why I'm glad you call. This is what it actually is is a cover up of the exoneration of Hillary Clinton from real crimes that she committed these people exonerated her in order to make sure she would remain the democrat nominee. They did that. So that she could get elected president, and they would stay in their positions or game others and the whole point of this investigation is to cover up the crimes that Hillary committed and was exonerated for these people's participation and role in that. Cleaning up Obama's they're cleaning up the Iranian billions are cleaning up rushing uranium completing update motor cleaning twenty years worth of crap. And that's how long it takes you think Hillary Clinton a lot of emails way. Do you see find out what? Bob Muller race, cricket. Here's the trick. They do not care that you know, you're guilty. Daycare what you can prove ten. This is history said Arkansas, they don't care that you know, they're criminals they care what you can. And can't nothing. I know that nothing has gotten past me. I was trying to illustrate all this by pointing out there isn't a crime that Trump is committed. There's no justification for this whatsoever. But the longer it goes on people just accept that. It's part of politics in Washington now to have a guy like this. This is going to be riding heard on Republican presidents each day. And Muller is not going away, by the way as long as Trump's in office. If Trump runs in twenty twenty and gets reelected. And if mother hasn't been dispatched or fired or shut that he's still going to be there because the objective of this is to get rid of Donald Trump do not think that's not part of this. This is a two pronged effort. Get rid of Trump and to cover up what these people dead exonerating Hillary that that is so important in this folks, Hillary Clinton committed real crimes crimes for which others who've been convicted are in prison, they revolve around her illegal private server and the trafficking of classified top secret data and the president of the United States was doing so with her. Knowingly. Even though he has lied and said, he didn't know she was using a private server until he saw it on the news. But that's not true because her Email address did not have dot gov on the end of it. It was a private Email. He knew they all knew. And so it was time to get in gear. Whether it was Trump or anybody, they would still have done what they had to exonerate Hillary Clinton. She was the democrat nominee that. That was preordained crazy Bernie was blowing against the wind. You no matter. What he did? He wasn't going to get the nomination. She was it. She had committed crimes all of them are on her team. They wanted to maintain their jobs or get promotions. She had to be cleared..
"bob mueller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was there zero hundred hours in? The coke colored velodrome of dark matter gases checking gases at infinitum chartreuse flare then a deafening birth ions of cosmos cartwheeling pink red yellow green purple. Blue black sphere of night. I I was a star then a stain of water then a kindergartener These poems by the. Way come from, two events that we held in New York City we Lynn to emotive fruition. Which is a wonderful, organization, run by Thomas Dooley who is himself a poet he summoned poets from all around. The metropolitan area and for two. Nights they came. To the bell house in Brooklyn botanic lab in Manhattan in so far we have heard, hydrogen by Sarasola read. By Ramsey Faragallah helium by Christine container read by, Giannis Abbott, Pratt, and, I, carry your, opponent by David McLaughlin. Read, by Sam breslin right, next up I'm gonna give. You three claps Just in case there you go A while back we ended up talking to a guy named Derek Muller who makes a YouTube channel called Veritas him super. Bob Mueller channel science and engineering we call him because he's making a documentary about uranium and we got to talking about what happens when, you take two protons and neutrons and you just Why Put them? Together. Yeah I, mean I feel like a little bit of back story is worth saying. Here one really important thing to know is that combining nuclei gives you. Energy he, says when you slam particles, together they get squished and in the squashing they lose a little. Mass that mass gets emitted as. Energy this is, equals MC. Squared that's what's happening in the sun right. Now so the sun is taking protons individual protons and smashing them, together combining them they're. Lost mass is the sunlight that we bask. In it was. Mass I have never thought of light as as former. Math, yeah that's what a star. Does he says it smashes little atoms like hydrogen together to make bigger atoms like helium and then bigger Adams like. Carbon and then even bigger Adams like oxygen and every little collision generates some energy which keeps the star going stars live by this process of sticking nuclei, together the, heavier the, star the more this smashing and bashing they can do in their. Core And the bigger and bigger nuclei they conform but there are limits Six billion years, ago there was a star giant star way bigger than our sun and it was just doing, its thing taken Adams Smashing them together combining Yes taken hydrogen atoms and making. Helium taken helium. Atoms Making carbon, making oxygen and as it smashing all these nuclei together. It's releasing energy, and getting bigger.
"bob mueller" Discussed on WTVN
"We're told now because the media basically regurgitates what's leaked, to them By the prosecutor's office the issue is in collusion the issues conspiracy after all this time Collusion conspiracy and all the. Former, prosecutors, are not professors adjunct professors or work on Wall. Street or wherever they are. Yeah yeah it can be a conspiracy To you know Affect the outcome of, an election Oh And then I read during the break from ABC news because the leaks coming fast and. Furiously That the reason. The president tweeted this morning is because Muller and his gang are pressing the point of obstruction And they want to question the president about obstruction And so the president tweeted out earlier this morning Zeh terrible situation an attorney general Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged witch hunt. Right now. Before it continues to stain our country any further Bob Mueller is totally conflicted and his seventeen angry Democrats that are doing his. Dirty work are a disgrace to the United States He went on Actually earlier FBI agent Peter stroke on the Muller team should have recused himself on. Day one he was out to stop the election of Donald Trump He needed an insurance policy those are illegal. Improper goals trying to influence. The election he should never ever have been allowed to remain in the FBI while. He himself was being investigated this is a real issue it won't go. Into a Muller report because Muller is going to protect these guys Muller has an interest in creating the illusion of objectivity. Around his investigation that is a quote from Alan Dershowitz I think this is all accurate and people are out there. Saying this is obstruction what is obstruction Obstruction when it president openly suggests that his attorney. General should stop what's going on he hasn't fired his attorney generally as an ordered as, attorney general he's publicly made a statement that's now obstruction when, the president of the United States tweets a statement about. What he thinks his attorney general should do where he has. The power to fire is attorney general if he wants that's obstruction, to people understand. What obstruction is The president of the United States is both. A citizen and the president of the United States and acting as. President of the United States he oversees this vast executive branch and what's happening here is, that the Democrats and the media some Republicans want to make, the case that the president is not free to control the executive branch because they want more and more the government To be unmarred from a president unless of course it's a president they like Now I pointed. Out Monday Monday in. The first hour second segment That Jeff Sessions should step up and do something about. What's going on from a constitutional perspective he has, a recused himself entirely as attorney general hasn't recused himself from making judgment calls for the department of, Justice when it comes, to the constitution whatever the investigative matter he's. Sitting back And notice he's not attacked by the left he's not attacked by the media they are perfectly, happy with him being, in the closet But the biggest thing going on. In this country right now as applies to the president Is the fact that there is a rogue prosecutor on the loose Even the judge in the eastern district Virginia He's having. To tell them stop bringing up extraneous. Stuff it doesn't matter how rich he is it doesn't matter what kind of suits he, has You want, to introduce pictures of his, suits an invoice so what. He purchased what does that have to. Do with Bank fraud our tax fraud or conspiracy You, gotta case make your case President of the United States I just hope his lawyers Follow what is say it's it's it's it's no fun it's. Going to involve significant litigation And who knows what the outcome is with the supreme court but the fact is the constitution and. The, law, and the prior positions of the department of. Justice are on the, president's side, now look I just. Told you what Iran's doing right I just told you what Iran's doing you know what North Korea's doing you know what China's doing and. Russia's doing and this is just the tip of the iceberg this is why those two memos were written at the department of. Justice, saying, you can't Baga president down in this stuff Particularly in this case ladies and gentlemen When there is no real crime that, they're trying to pin on the president they're trying to, concoct a crime depend, on the president The all favorite, false statements they all favorite conspiracy the old favourite obstruction It's preposterous And from, our perspective whether or not your, Trump supporter these are. Constitutional questions they do damage to. The constitution, of course the, status progressives. Don't care they don't care about the constitution unless they can use it to defend themselves are advanced. Their agenda then they. Like it otherwise they could. Care less You have. A man his people. His candidacy was spied on And Muller's blind to. It and Rosensteins blind, to it, and sessions took a pass We know for a fact this campaign with spied on Even. At an informant and Trey gouty thinks that's all swell An informant on a political campaign an FBI informant.
"bob mueller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"We're told now Because the media basically regurgitates what's. Leaked to them By the prosecutor's office the issue is collusion the issues conspiracy to after all this time Not collusion it's conspiracy and all you. Former, prosecutors are now professors adjunct professors, or work, on Wall Street or, wherever they are yeah. It can be a conspiracy to you know The fact the outcome of, an election Oh And then I read during the break from ABC news because the leaks are coming fast and. Furiously That the. Reason the president tweeted this morning is because Muller and his gang are pressing the point of obstruction And they want to question the president about obstruction And so the president tweeted out earlier this morning This is a terrible situation and attorney general Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged witch hunt. Right now. Before it continues to stain, our country any further. Bob Mueller is totally conflicted and it's seventeen angry Democrats that are doing his. Dirty work are a disgrace to the United States He went on Actually earlier FBI agent Peter stroke on the Muller team should have recused himself. On day one he was out to stop the election. Of Donald Trump He needed an insurance policy those are illegal improper. Goals trying to influence the election he should never ever have been allowed to. Remain in the FBI while he himself was being investigated this real issue. It won't go into a report because Muller is going to protect these guys Muller has an interest in creating the illusion of activity. Around is investigation that is a quote from Alan Dershowitz I think this is all accurate and people are out there. Saying this is obstruction what is obstruction Obstruction when it president openly suggests that his attorney. General should stop what's going on he hasn't fired his attorney generally as an ordered as, attorney general he's publicly made a statement that's now obstruction when, the president of the United States tweets a statement about. What he thinks his attorney general should do where he has. The power to fire as attorney general if he wants that's obstruction, to people understand. What obstruction is The president of the United States is both. A citizen and the president of the United States and acting as. President of the United States he oversees this vast executive branch and what's happening here is, that the Democrats and the media some Republicans want to make, the case that the president has about free to control. The executive branch because they want more and more the government To be unmarred from president unless of course it's a president they lie Now I pointed. Out Monday Monday in. The first hour second segment That Jeff Sessions should step up and do something about. What's going on from a constitutional perspective he, has recused himself entirely as attorney general hasn't recused himself from making judgment calls for the department of, Justice when it comes, to the constitution whatever the investigative matter he's. Sitting back And notice he's not attacked by the left he's not attacked by the media they are perfectly, happy with him being, in the closet But the biggest thing going on. In this country right now as applies to the president Is the fact that there is a a rogue prosecutor on the loose Even the judge in the eastern district of Virginia He's. Having the tell him stop bringing up. Extraneous stuff it doesn't matter how rich he is it doesn't matter what kind of suits he has You want. To introduce pictures of his, suits an invoice so what. He purchased what does that have to. Do with Bank fraud our tax fraud Arkan spiracy He got? A case make your case The president of the, United States I just, hope his lawyers Follow what I say. It's it's it's no fun it's. Going to involve significant litigation And who knows what the outcome is with the supreme court but the fact is the constitution and the. Law, and, the prior positions of the department of Justice. Or on the president's. Side, now look I just. Told you what Iran's doing right I just told you what Iran's doing you know what North Korea's doing you know what China's doing and. Russia's doing and this is just the tip of the iceberg this is why those two memos were written at the department of. Justice, saying, you can't Bahgat president down in this stuff Particularly in this case ladies and gentlemen When there is no real crime that, they're trying to paint on the president they're trying to, concoct a crime depend, on the president The all, favorite false statements all favorite conspiracy the old favourite obstruction It's preposterous And from, our perspective whether or not your, Trump supporter these are. Constitutional questions they do damage to. The constitution, of course the, status progressives. Don't care they don't care about the constitution unless they can use it to defend themselves are advanced. Their agenda then they. Like it otherwise they could. Care less You have. A man his people. His candidacy was spied on And Muller's blind to. It and Rosensteins blind, to it, and sessions took a pass We know for factors campaign with spied on Even had an. Informant and Trey Goudy thinks that's all swell An informant on a political campaign an FBI informant Feis court warrant on an individual who had worked in the campaign based on, a dose CA paid for by. The opposition campaign And. The entire focus is on. The president to try. And create an obstruction scenario knack no questions no answers we'll see in court that should be the answer I'll be right back Ever Since I started telling you about how much I love my x. chair people have been, saying come on. Mark you can't really be that crazy about your x.. 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"bob mueller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Nine nine nine ricardo's in mount vernon hillary gardo morning frank bob mueller is the head of the fbi office in boston missing in action why why did he bolger was clipping guys left and right you know i am so glad you mentioned that nobody talks about that i talked about it long before he was appointed as the special counsel but you're exactly right let me let me just reiterate what ricardo is saying here and i didn't know that he was going to bring this up but he he's exactly right so why did he bolger is one of the leading gangsters in the whole country okay he was ahead of the head of a gang i believe it was the winter hill gang and he was killing everybody okay a brutal brutal murderer in the massachusetts area his brother at the same time happened to be the president of the state senate and we learned later that the guy helping whitey bolger carry out these murders was he's fbi antler see there was a reason if you saw the movie the departed they tell some version of this story it's not accurate but it's some version so why did he bolger while he was killing all these people while he was running the winter hill gang he was an fbi informant and so it turned out that the the fbi agent that he was informing to his handler was giving him information about his adversaries and maybe helping him evade arrest think of that is just like greg scarpa and so the person that was the head of that f b i office was robert muller and the incompetence didn't okay i don't wanna go on a whole muller rant but he has a very undistinguished career i think he's got a great resume but it's long on titles i think it's pretty short on accomplishments and i'll go ahead recorded i'll let you make your make your point there i didn't mean to go on a rant no that's quite fine you edified if everyone a few years later robert mueller as fbi director ran a case against russians trying to take over uranium interests in the united states he had the case he can't say he didn't know about the case any allowed syfy is so whatever that group is called to so twenty five percent of the uranium rights of the united states so the very people who he was for doing such things and you allow this to happen he didn't go public with it he didn't tell anyone hey this is what the obama administration's doing in spite of the fact we know that those companies controlled by vladimir putin and these are the people who are so concerned about russians influencing into interfering an interest in the united states be at all elections are are sensitive materials these people have got to be kidney do they think that's stupid thank you frank all right eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine.
Giuliani lays out conditions for Trump interview with Mueller
"Of the officers with not be shared more than eleven hundred people are at that facility president trump's attorney wants the russia investigation investigated i'm tom foty trump attorney rudy giuliani was back on the sunday broadcast circuit insisting president states did nothing wrong he was not involved with russians they can investigate from here to timbuktu and they're not gonna find a darn thing that on face the nation on cnn state of the union giuliani went a step further i believe at the mullet investigation should be investigated here's reason being remember you got a bunch of odd things that lead to the appointment of of bob bob mueller that is his appointment of direct result of president trump's firing of fbi director james comey with the president's former campaign chairman now in virginia jail and awaiting trials on multiple criminal charges mr trump's very public lawyer insists the president has issued no pardons in this investigation the president is not an issue in this investigation and my advice to him you know as long as i'm his lawyer is not to do it but that doesn't mean ever when it's over hey hayes the president of the united states he retains his pardon power nobody's taking that away from him rudy giuliani they are on cnn state of the union tom foty cbs news washington d ranking member of the house intelligence committee is raising some questions about possible bias against his party in the fbi's new york field office speaking on nbc's meet the press congressman adam schiff says he's deeply disturbed at house intelligence committee chair devon nunez received classified information about hillary clinton's emails from fbi field agents if this was shared by new york field agents with ever nunez was it also shared rudy giuliani war devin nunes do something which we have seen subsequently which is coordinate with the trump team.
Will Trump agree to an interview with Mueller?
"The way i don't care if you're part of the tarian left or perpetually clueless right please get out of the thought control business our topics does yours you may have heard well trump is likely to skip a sit down with bob mueller special counsel mueller is this a smart way to avoid a perjury trap that would perhaps be in a later subpoena also the left insists that trump can't ignore a subpoena even as it says the department of justice pursuing him can ignore subpoenas from congress is this hypocrisy or functional illiteracy also a federal judge calls the molar team liars as another denies its request for a delay after the defense accuses it of pedophile gorie in other words disreputable underhanded and petty what's next on that front assisting in you'll pining analyzing brendan kirby senior political reporter with lifezette dot com he previously worked for the mobile press register as well as aol dot com.
"bob mueller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is that the economic stage has been set for a reasonable path to reelection the second is that the democratic party you believe simply doesn't have the temperament the wherewithal or the history to do anything about it because they're gonna make all the wrong moves they are waiting for bob mueller to rescue them with the democratic party traditionally does in situations like the present one is they wait for the republicans to self destruct and they're very comfortable in that spot where they get to wag their finger at trump voters forever and ever and ever and call them names you're stupid we're going to impeach him and our low national nightmare will be over you know if you read hillary clinton's campaign memoir she realizes that calling these people deplorables was a disastrous mistake but the party is as a whole they wanna doubt on that bob there's actually debate in the democratic party right now so i've been told as to whether or not they should even try to win trump voters back now that just strikes me as bizarre you know in a democracy you wanna get more votes than the other guy the way you do that persuading people away from the other side but it's as though these people's votes are tainted look they're all sorts of lessons to take away from two thousand sixteen but if the only thing that you saw is that these awful people voted for this awful man and you don't think about their circumstances are what led them to do that and you absolutely refuse to acknowledge that part of the problem might be you the democratic party you're on a collision course with the iceberg now hold on just a second here in terms of democratic strategy the portion of the electorate that hillary clinton described as deplorables were clearly reacting to trends that have offended their values and frighten them about their way of life going back for decades and they voted a guy into office who now is increasing their real wages isn't there a campaign argument for seeding that portion of the electorate to trump and putting your resources and your messaging into independence undecideds in and so on yeah and there's also an argument that.
"bob mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That the economic stage has been set for a reasonable path to reelection the second is that the democratic party you believe simply doesn't have the temperament the wherewithal or the history to do anything about it because they're gonna make all the wrong moves they are waiting for bob mueller to rescue them what the democratic party traditionally does in situations like the present one is they wait for the republicans to self destruct and they're very comfortable in that spot where they get to you know wag their finger at trump voters forever and ever and ever and call them names you're stupid we're gonna impeach him and our long national nightmare will be over you know if you read hillary clinton's campaign memoir she realizes that calling these people deplorables was a disastrous mistake but the party is as a whole they want to double down on that bob there's actually debate in the democratic party right now or so i've been told as to whether or not they should even try to win trump voters back now that just strikes me as bizarre you know in a democracy you want to get more votes than the other guy the way you do that as persuading people away from the other side but it's as though these people's votes are tainted look they're all sorts of lessons to take away from two thousand sixteen but but it's the only thing that you saw these awful people voted for this awful man and you don't think about their circumstances are what led them to do that and you absolutely refuse to acknowledge that part of the problem might be you the democratic party you're on a collision course with the iceberg now hold on just a second here in terms of democratic strategy the portion of the electorate that hillary clinton described as deplorables were clearly reacting to trends that have offended their values and frightened them about their way of life going back for decades and they voted a guy into office who now is increasing their real wages isn't there a campaign argument for seeding that portion of the electorate to trump and putting your resources in your messaging into independence undecideds in and so on yeah and there's also an argument that.
"bob mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is that the economic stage has been set for a reasonable path to reelection the second is that the democratic party you believe simply doesn't have the temperament the wherewithal or the history to do anything about it because they're gonna make all the wrong moves they are waiting for bob mueller to rescue them what the democratic party traditionally does in situations like the present one is they wait for the republicans to self destruct and they're very comfortable in that spot where they get to wag their finger at trump voters forever and ever and ever and call them names you're stupid we're going to impeach him and our low national nightmare will be over you know if you read hillary clinton's campaign memoir she realizes that calling these people deplorables was a disastrous mistake but the party is as a whole they want to double down on that bob there's actually debate in the democratic party right now or so i've been told as to whether or not they should even try to win trump voters back now that just strikes me as bizarre you know in a democracy you want to get more votes than the other guy the way you do persuading people away from the other side but it's as though these people's votes are tainted look they're all sorts of lessons to take away from two thousand sixteen but it's the only thing that you saw is that these awful people voted for this awful man and you don't think about their circumstances are what led them to do that and you absolutely refused to acknowledge that part of the problem might be you the democratic party you're on a collision course with the iceberg now hold on just a second here in terms of democratic strategy the portion of the electorate that hillary clinton described as deplorables were clearly reacting to trends that have offended their values and frighten them about their way of life going back for decades and they voted guy into office who now is increasing their real wages isn't there a campaign argument for seeding that portion of the electorate to trump and putting your resources in your messaging into independence undecideds in and so on yeah and there's also an argument that.
Missouri inmate granted stay hours before execution due to rare condition
"The us imposed new sanctions on russian individuals and entities for interfering in the twenty sixteen presidential election trump described it as a very good call with putin congratulated him on the victory is electoral victory the call had to do also with the fact that we will probably get together in the not too distant future on the agenda trump said would be what he called the arms race as well as ukraine syria and north korea challenges where the us and russia are at odds tamra keith npr news the white house senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is expressing confidence in special counsel robert muller's probe into russian meddling in the two thousand six thousand sixteen election but mcconnell says he does not think there is any need for congress to take formal action to ensure that muller is not fired i don't think it's necessary i don't think bob mueller is going anywhere i think there's widespread feeling and the president's lawyers obviously agree that he ought to be allowed to finish the job comments coming days after trump's weekend tweets criticizing the special counsel probe for the second time in four years the us supreme court to staying the execution of missouri death row inmate russell buck low saint louis public radio's martian griffin has more the nation's highest court issued the stay based on the assertion that missouri's lethal injection drug would result in cruel and unusual punishment buckler has a medical condition that causes tumors to form in his body and his attorneys say tobar matale would cause the tumors to bleed and swell causing physical pain.
Republicans See No Need For Legislation To Protect Robert Mueller
"The federal government to investigate facebook's role in the use of personal data by political research firm tied to the presidential campaign of donald trump the groups want to know whether facebook violated an agreement it signed with regulators offering privacy assurances congress's top tier republicans are being special counsel counsel bob muller some cover amid increasing attacks from president trump correspondent saga megani reports from the white house house speaker paul ryan says muller needs to be able to finish his work without interference i am confident that he'll be able to do that going to step further senate gop chief mitch mcconnell declared heath confident in muller he will have great credibility with the american people democratic counterpart chuck schumer applauded mcconnell for speaking up as the president goes after muller warning any effort to fire the special counsel with lead to disaster leader mcconnell's statement was a real shot across the bow still mocatta laid all the republicans are dismissing talk of formerly protecting baller via legislation saying it's unnecessary i don't think bob mueller is going anywhere saga megani at the white house and you may now address ringo starr as sir richard starkey he uses real name when being knighted by principally today buckingham palace the seventy seven year old former beatles drummer was knighted more than half a century after the band i went to the palace to receive b m e after all said and done done ringo see mike the guy of all those guys you'd kind of want to hang around with more i mean paul mccartney you know all the member of the story we have the paul mccartney that's pretty cool guy i guess and lennon and harrison obviously when they were here i think we're kind of intense at least lenin was but i you know they bill hicks used to do a joke you said you know i know the beatles drugs they let ringo singer song but on bump traffic and weather next on k jail of all the people in the world you feel like you were destined to find her and now that you have come to.
Trump suggests possible meeting with Putin in "not-too-distant future"
"Taking their fingers in the air isn't going i'm not hearing you okay as the great philosopher george clinton wants said if you don't pay attention sooner or later you wind up having to pay something else it's three o'clock little rock's news traffic and weather station news radio one zero two point nine k a r n fm sheridan little rock a cumulus station summit soon one more storm i'm richard johnson congratulations from president trump to russian president putin on his reelection in a phone call today and word of an upcoming summit during the photo op at the white house the president says that he and putin will meet in what he said is the not too distant future to discuss the arms race which is getting out of control he said other issues ripe for discussion include syria and ukraine and the kremlin said the two voiced satisfaction at the apparent easing of tensions with north korea the president apparently made no mention during the call of the nerve agent attack which the us britain and others have blamed on russia jerry bowed lender washington the many calls for the special counsel to stay in place now include that of senate republican leader mitch mcconnell i don't think bob mueller is going anywhere i think there's widespread feeling under the president's lawyers obviously agree that he ought to be allowed to finish the job by both mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan do not support bills that would keep muller in place by law a former playboy model who took a hundred fifty thousand dollars from the publishers of the national enquirer which never printed her story about an alleged ten month affair with donald trump back in two thousand six wants out of that deal karen mcdougal signed on the agreement that did not require american media inc to write the.