17 Burst results for "Bush Justice Department"

"bush justice department" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"In the bush justice department and on and on but in this specific case presumably the guy is going to be an important witness in any prosecution or investigation of trump and yet he's running around just sort of talking about all of this out and open what's your sense of the komi moment well if i can guess one he wants to justify his place in history he's caught between what he did to the clinton campaign and what he's doing to the trump campaign and he wants his explanation out there repeatedly on the mass media and to there is obviously an economic incentive he's not a super rich man bestseller helps the security of of his family ecconomic lii and three he wants to protect the fbi i think he's infuriated the way donald trump pejoratively puts down the fbi when was the last president who's done that and that has shaken the fbi to its core especially with recent resignations by mccabe and others or or firings of mccabe and others i as a very young reporter and not so experienced report around when you were running for president two thousand i was at a press conference after you launched your campaign i believe it was in denver colorado and i asked you at that time would you abolish the fbi and i'm wondering your thoughts on that now whether we should even have an fbi as it currently exists julia gra hoover put the fbi on a very bad track because he used his secret files to extort an expand his influence against high members of congress who might have offended him or presidents and vicepresidents and they were terrified of him and you never want to secret domestic police to terrify the the leading elected figures in our federal government and that has lingered at the fbi that they have an undeserved reputation of excellence when again and again they have fumbled investigations.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"The women who he but favors from filing civil lawsuits i think a lot of people don't understand the enormous information you can get through civil action lawsuits under the love torts and someone who does understand that is one donald j trump while james call on his big media tour right now has said repeatedly that he found trump to be a man with above average intelligence what do you make of the whole komi episode and the way that komi has sort of proceeded here i mean first of all you have this lions ation of komi that is happening on a lot of liberal networks and in and in liberal circles and he has a track record filled with anti civil rights anti civil liberties actions and his time working in the bush justice department and on and on but in this specific case presumably the guy is going to be an important witness in any prosecution or investigation of trump and yet he's running around just sort of talking about all of this out and open what's your sense of the komi moment well if i can guess of one he wants to justify his place in history he's caught between what he did to the clinton campaign and what he's doing to the trump campaign and he wants his explanation out there repeatedly on the mass media and to there is obviously economic incentive he's not a super rich man a bestseller helps the security of of his family economically and three he wants to protect the fbi i think he's infuriated the way donald trump pejoratively puts down the fbi when was the last president who's done that and that has shaken the fbi to its core especially with recent resignations by mccabe and others as a very young reporter off when you were running for president in two thousand i was at a press conference after you launched your campaign i believe it was in de.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on KOMO

"Is the breakdown of the bretons obviously in the process i went through the stores robes us attorney every assist the united states attorney has to go through the same type of background check that you're talking about and the fact is when there is a problem that comes up they will give you like progress progress reports but when there is an issue all timidly it comes to the employing agency to make this decision now the fbi's decision is not the fbi sison the fbi is a collector of facts and information that they present in our case it was to the department of justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here the facts are we comfortable with providing it's this person or not are their standard saying there were certain standards in the bush justice department drug use that other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus or that was presented ultimately first time too chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here represent that information to the present so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and that give it rear facing public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the brake on the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have landed there sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it being so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's gonna be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Oculus reports but when there is an issue of ultimately it comes to the employing agency to make this decision it's not the fbi secessionist the about what is not the fbi sison the fbi is a collector of facts and information that they present in our case who was to the department of justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here are the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not order standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the president so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have laid the bear sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the place but if you're going to.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Oculus reports but when there is an issue of ultimately it comes to the employing agency to make this decision it's not the fbi secessionist the about what is not the fbi sison the fbi is a collector of facts and information that they present in our case who was to the department of justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here are the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not order standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the president so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have laid the bear sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the place but if you're going to.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Oculus reports but when there is an issue of ultimately it comes to the employing agency to make this decision it's not the fbi secessionist the about what is not the fbi sison the fbi is a collector of facts and information that they present in our case who was to the department of justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here are the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not order standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the president so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have laid the bear sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the place but if you're going to.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"The justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not are their standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the present so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have landed there sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"The justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not are their standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the present so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have landed there sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"The justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not are their standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the present so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have landed there sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"The justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not are their standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the present so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have landed there sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"The justice and then you as us attorney spoke with the people do department justice and say here the facts are we comfortable with providing kurtz this person or not are their standards and there were certain standards in the bush justice department on drug used and other things that would automatically disqualify someone so ultimately this is the decision of the white house and so depending upon when it was presented whether it was presented to chief of staff priebus over that was presented ultimately first time to chief of staff kelley along with the white house counsel they're the decisionmaking parties here that present that information to the present so clearly there's a breakdown of process now he's out of the job now and not giving vein public listen at what i'm saying though is that a much justifying the breakdown the process george what i'm saying is that that's ultimately where it had to have landed and it should have landed there sooner if in fact people have been focusing on it paying so should someone else pay the price for this kit that's going to be up to the president ultimately about whether or not he views this as such a failure of competence in terms of the management that he needs to bring someone else and what look what from what i understand john kelly story now is that he did something within the first forty minutes after the first fourteen months of ignoring it that's not acceptable the fact is there's no way he didn't know about this he's up to his neck in it and he chose not to deal with it and that is not competent we brought this guy in a lot of us thought to to put some order in the white house we thought kelley was the guy who could manage the.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"The one of the president's spokespeople hour just said on tv that there is no plans to fire rosenstein he save he's fine during the kinda clean up and walk back the president's comments earlier given that they denied strenuously they ever try to fire moeller thought about it do you believe them here who knows you know he's gotta take them at some moments at their word that they're trying to clean things up that's a good thing but at the same time it's just a game of political whackamole every day where the american people are from one attack to the other undermining the fbi trying to fire the special prosecutor our report after report tweet after tweet and at some point you just have to say okay let this guy do his job this former fbi director appointed by republicans led rosenstein do his job again someone appointed by republicans led chris wray do his job originally from the bush justice department and now running the fbi you've got to let people do their jobs and when i do see the effect on agents to the point where it came out today that director ray i had to send a memo to the agents saying 'i stand with you i believe in the integrity of the fbi it just breaks my heart because in a we're way here in the super bowl where we've got security everywhere and you see these agents in and security people out there in one degree weather you gotta let them do their jobs all right so last question giving me give him a sad fate of your vikings and you've got you've got the pats who will you be pulling for him actually will be at the game who you be for the super bowl well i couldn't really afford a ticket to the game but i am pulling for a good super bowl.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Active that's what you're in four but you know had any if you can imagine had the bush justice department started some sort of prosecution against people who met with juve odds to rethink two thousand seven then you know they're me howls of politicizing the law in force so i i'm not trying to be a special pleader here but you know i am trusting that's you know robert muller is pursuing solution that's a serious matter and uh if there is an espionage component here which is yet to be proven or evidence were even alleged formally with flynn or anyone else let's have out with it and let this be dealt with in a sort of due process way but uh if it turns out that this is the you know when effort was alone we've already seen democrat like senator dianne feinstein talking about this in this context and other sort of democratic types on twitter um then uh you know what can i tell you it's uh i'm i'm i'm a i'm on unimpressed that will really i think a blow up in the face of the uh presidents opposition i like for bloomberg view michael flynn as pled guilty to lying to the fbi on the basis of his conversations with russian representatives eli lake is indicating that flynn was in constant contact with members of the trump transition team one of whom was the president's soninlaw jared kushner and and certainly in december in the middle of december twenty sixteen that led to a conversation between michael flynn and the russian ambassador own what's next i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Uh you know and of course when you should remind people to have right well i mean han hindes on is vines but cops the apart from having one of the hardest to say names that i've ever had to say on radio or television on villain he yes he with that with like he hunanese the mustache and made a part in his his fantastic name you tell us remind us who he is because he has a long history working on his hip he was formerly a member of the bush justice department where he attempted to uh push these of voter fraud cases and try to uncover all of these things so he has really been out for finding these unsuccessfully uh four years and i might say actually debated him at a college at one point and had and you know is just you're presented with these things that aren't data but then you have to spend all of your time debunking these you know i if you don't know that actually the claims about illegal somali voting in minnesota is something when you say what now you have to say no as we all know none of those people were actually convicted eccentric cetera and it stops us from moving forward with important reforms like automatic voter registration which is they secure monitoring common way decrease our talk about her date next segment but that's so the the fact that um the fact confidants guskey told a reporter that he didn't rate got email when asked at the commission then heritage where he was working at the time than had to come out and admit that he had written that email the email saying no mainstream republican email thing no mainstream were democrats or any at the democrats though at his should be you know essentially should be on the commission uh so it's just it's just lays bare the real purpose of this and then i have to say because our uh friend who works on gun violence prevention uh was really sharing with me that one of the witnesses they called uh john lott uh has been is famously a purveyor of junk science in fighting common sense gun violence prevent you know safety measures um and now he's taking his work he's you know an ax academic he was relying on.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And and what its actual charge use and what it's been up to since it was put in place short uh it was that came out of president trump's fever dream that one of the very first assertions that he came out with apart from the fact that his inauguration crowds versed supposed to be so big was that there were vigorously part and parcel this was the first time that he the president first he's lying about the inauguration crowds then he's lying about three to five million illegal votes being cast in maybe he would have won except for these millions of of of illegal votes were the popular vote anyway because unfortunately he did win now at least tightening would have would have vote vote exactly void have won the vote totals on and that it's really so it's just you know he was leaning on this light completely debunked i study and that anything that has ever been put forward uh in terms of data has the very quickly been able to be totally debunked as you said cobac when you have started this new meeting with an announcement about potential illegal lies in new hampshire and have illegal votes new hampshire and how they naturally slade the election which than anyone with academic credentials are you know faith in the process and who isn't out to find this friday anyone who cares about facts eight who cares about that and i just go that far the bush justice department in two thousand four did and some of these people worked there dude extensive worked to try to uncover any cases of voter fraud and utterly failed there have been like thirty one actual cases out of sun's billions votes cast and.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Was put in place it was that came out of president trump's fever dream that one of the very first assertions that he came out with apart from the fact that his inauguration crowds verse supposed to be a big was that there were but it was like part and parcel this was the first time that he's the president first his lying about the inauguration crowds then he's lying about three to five million illegal votes being cast in maybe he would have won except for these millions of of illegal votes were the popular vote anyway because unfortunately he did win at least it is technically would it would have vote vote exactly void have won the vote tone dole's lay on and that it's really so it's just you know he was leaning on this like completely debunked i study and that anything that has ever been put forward in terms of data has the very quickly been able to be totally debunked as you said cobac started this new meeting with an announcement about potential illegalized in new hampshire and have illegal votes in new hampshire and how they potentially slade the election which than anyone with academic credentials are you know faith in the process and who is an out to find this fraud anyone who cares about facts anyone who cares about this and i just go that far the bush justice department in two thousand four did and some of these people worked there did extensive work to try to uncover any cases of voter fraud an utterly failed there have been like thirty one actual cases out of sums billions votes cast and you know in the last decade aids your more likely to get struck by lightning but the problem is we're we're talking now about.

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"bush justice department" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"bush justice department" Discussed on WREK

"Iran contra and which executive leaders conspired to circumvent the law secretly illegally selling arms to iran and exchange for funds that would then used in covert actions against nicaragua a conspiracy which the joint congressional committee investigating irancontra said we will we may never get we will probably never get at the bottom of this immense conspiracy that that's what they said it wasn't some conspiracy theorist with the people there we will never get at the bottom of this certainly not the way you guys were investigate you would never get at the bottom of it the function of the investigation to uncover some stuff to let you know that the system is self rectifying and self cleansing but not under cover too much as to destabilize the the state itself and you hurt guys on the committee saying we need a successful presidency we must be careful what we doing the cia drugs for guns trained in central america covert cia sponsored terrorist wars in a dozen countries the bcci scandal involving what some call the most crooked bank in the world in 1990 the mother lode of all conspiracies the savings and loan which the justice department the bush justice department itself said call eight thousand conspiracies of bribe theft and fraud eight thousand conspiracy they said we don't have enough agents to investigate she'll because all the agents are checking out events like this one too busy keeping tabs on people who wanna give who want raising medical funds for el salvador to go look at the savings and loan conspiracy which is ripping off literally billions of dollars in american taxpayer.

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