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"career justice department" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:18 min | 4 months ago

"career justice department" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Tunnels. Minor delays at the George and the Lincoln and the Holland Holland Shift in the town until five o'clock in the morning. Traffic and transit every 10 minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Jeff Jensen on 10 10 wins. With the election called for President Electro Biden and President Trump continuing to deny the results that haven't tabulated by Republican and Democratic state officials alike. President's effort to de Legitimize the American vote count continues Career Justice Department official overseas election crimes. He's no longer doing that. He has resigned from his position after Attorney General William Bar sent a memo that's being seen as potentially politicizing election crimes. Prosecution Marsanne a memo the U. S attorney saying they can go after what he calls substantial claims of voting and vote counting irregularities if they find them. A change in policy, which sought to keep politics out of these investigations more from correspondent and he feels. The attorney general's memo says The Justice Department does not believe there was widespread voting fraud but gives US attorneys the okay to investigate if they find enough evidence. So far, the president's campaign has provided little or no proof to back those claims and cords have thrown out a number of cases. The bar memo emphasising the prosecutors should not quote pursue speculative, fanciful or far fetched claims. Richard killed Garza. A career prosecutor in the public Integrity section overseeing voter fraud related investigations until he resigned yesterday from his role in the election of crimes branch upon seeing the attorney general's memo. Meanwhile, in the Trump campaign filed another lawsuit challenging the vote in Pennsylvania, Donald J. Trump for president into representative voters filed suit against the secretary of state and select counties, alleging two things number one, a violation of equal access based on a lack of meaningful observation and transparency, particularly in Democrat controlled counties, and, secondly, a violation of equal protection. Based on district treatment between Republican voters and Democrat voters. That is Trump Campaign general counsel Matt Morgan. At last count Joe Biden leads in Pennsylvania by 45,336 votes with 99% of the vote reported. Pennsylvania Department of State says the election was fair, open and secure in response to that allegation. Wins news Time three or 44 Sitting Republican senators have now congratulated President elect Biden for his election victory. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is not one of obviously no state. Have you certified their election results. We have a least one or two states that are already on track for a recount. And I believe the president may have legal challenge is under way. In at least five states. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump and his acolytes are risking serious damage to the nation if they dispute the election without calling baseless claims by the president and his supporters. That there has been widespread voter fraud and that the election was somehow rigged or stolen from President Trump. That kind of rhetoric is extremely dangerous, extremely poisonous. To our democracy anyone the president elect in a virtual meeting with his new Corona virus task force, But they can't take any official action, of course until.

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Attorney General Barr to Testify Before House Judiciary Committee

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Attorney General Barr to Testify Before House Judiciary Committee

"Attorney General William Barr says next month he'll go testify before the house Judiciary Committee it comes as the panel investigates claims that he's inappropriately politicizing the justice department the announcement came as the panel open the hearing on bars actions as America's top law enforcement officer career justice department prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky testified trump out ally Roger stone was given special treatment before his sentencing he received breaks that are in my experience unheard of panel chair Jerrold Nadler says it's clear bars not interested in justice but rather in protecting his boss is the president's fixer top panel Republican Jim Jordan says bart is fixing things the Obama administration's political abuses bill bars doing the lord's work trying to clean it up so that it doesn't happen again Sager mag ani

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Barr to testify as Democrats examine DOJ politicization

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Barr to testify as Democrats examine DOJ politicization

"Attorney General William Barr says he'll appear before the house Judiciary Committee for the first time next month even as the panel looks into whether he's inappropriately politicized the justice department the announcement came as the panel open the hearing on bars actions as America's top law enforcement officer career justice department prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky testified trump ally Roger stone was given special treatment before his sentencing he received breaks that are in my experience unheard of panel chair Jerrold Nadler says it's clear bars not interested in justice but rather in protecting his boss is the president's fixer top panel Republican Jim Jordan says bart is fixing things the Obama administration's political abuses bill bars doing the lord's work trying to clean it up so that it doesn't happen again Sager mag ani Washington

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AG William Barr to throw a pricey, private holiday party at DC's Trump International Hotel

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

AG William Barr to throw a pricey, private holiday party at DC's Trump International Hotel

"Attorney General William Barr is booked president trump's Washington DC hotel for a holiday partition to DC has more than a hundred and thirty hotels the Attorney General chose one that the president still profits from the hold is Christmas holiday party for two hundred people this year Washington post saying Attorney General Barr's booking could generate more than thirty thousand dollars in revenue for the trump hotel career justice department officials determine that ethics rules don't stop the Attorney General from holding his party at the trump hotel A. B. C.'s Andy field in

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"career justice department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Wallace three things to know. At one fifteen one demolition crews blew up the eastern section of the old tappan Zee bridge today that sections now have submerged in the water below. It will be taken away in pieces of the next few weeks to during his Senate confirmation hearing today attorney general nominee William bar said he will seek advice from career Justice department officials as to whether he should recuse himself from overseeing the Russia investigation and three Netflix has announced its biggest price increase ever thirteen to eighteen percent. It's most popular plan will cost thirteen dollars next month up from eleven it is new book. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie claims White House senior adviser Jared Kushner enacted a hit job against him as revenge for prosecuting Kushner's father in two thousand five Christie was fired from President Trump's transition team in November twenty sixteen. He says former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon fired him. Told him Kushner ordered the firing Kushner's father, sir. Fourteen months in prison for tax evasion and witness tampering. The title of Christie's book is let me finish Iowa. Republican congressman Steve king is facing increased pressure from his own party to step down following his racist. Comments to the New York Times last week. Here's CBS's Steve Dorsey Republicans are distancing themselves from king. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy, there is no room for white supremacy. Others like, Wyoming, congresswoman Lynne Cheney going further. I think he should find another line of work in effort to censure king led by Illinois, Democrat, Bobby rush. Career. Raissi's Steve Dorsey CBS news, Washington three years ago. Mayor de Blasio unveiled his idea for a streetcar system that would go between Brooklyn and queens since that announcement Little's been done. Now the person tasked with running that program is leaving for another job. Adam Jim Brown is taking a job in Saudi Arabia to work for the public transportation company. Their sources tell politico Jim Brown will not be replaced that leaves the Brooklyn queens streetcar project without a lead developer. Hand of navy quite. Broadway is mourning the loss of actor singer and comedian, Cheryl Carol Channing, maybe.

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"career justice department" Discussed on X96

X96

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on X96

"I see young women riding bikes skirts on fairly often. They have to wear long skirts. They can't wear here. Right. A bike in a long spur. You see women writing short skirts. I was a missionary in Norway. And it would have been very useful to wear pants said. Jane? Told the Tribune certainly much easier than five pairs of stockings to stay warm while I'm thrilled the churches discovered pants. For women. Yeah. This is just ridiculous. I had no idea that this was the thing. You would think that they had been allowing them to wear pants a long time ago, but but but they still have to wear they still have to wear dresses or skirts to the temple for church services. Which is the same like gentlemen have to wear their suit jackets to church. You can't just go in your white shirts. Matthew, g Whitaker who installed last month is acting attorney general by President Trump has cleared himself to supervise the special counsel investigation. Clear yourself rejecting the recommendation of career Justice department ethics specialists that he recused himself. According to a letter that the department sent Senate leaders on Thursday night, the development came soon after the disclosure that the president's nominee for attorney general William P bar had written a memo this spring in which he strongly criticized one of the main lines of inquiry by the special general counsel by the special counsel, Robert Muller, whether Mr. Trump had committed obstruction of Justice. Disclosure of the memo raised questions about whether Mr. bar would order Mr. Muller to shutdown that component of the inquiry. If the Senate confirmed him together the developments underscored the potential threats to Mr. Muller's ability to complete his work without interference at a time. When his inquiry appears to be drawing closer to the White House and the president's most trusted associates does he have any of those. It's becoming pretty clear that the president is basing his choices for leadership at the Justice department on candidates criticism of the molar investigation said Senator Mark Warner of Virginia the top democrat on the Senate intelligence committee. You can all see what's happening here. It's pastime for congress to pass bipartisan legislation protecting.

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"career justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"In line to provide the financing for his secret real estate deal in Russia that he was working on throughout the campaign that could have been worth hundreds of millions of dollars to him. And then the day after that the president of Russia says, yeah, that's good about Syria. But you know, what you may want to get out of Afghantistan to and within hours, the president has announced that too and now the Defense Secretary has resigned in protest, and and and well the government's likely going to shutdown tomorrow. But on top of that if you think that the pressure on the president over the Russia issue may be driving any of this driving the president's behavior in decisions as president. Maybe driving the stress in the White House about the investigation into the Russia matter, and what it may turn up and what kind of pressure and may put on the president and his family. Today on top of all of it. Or maybe intrinsic to all of it today was also the day that they really just made their move in the Justice department. Now, you may have followed the twists and turns of this over the course of the day today. But rather than go through the ways, this this story changed over the course of the day and how the Justice department put out an initial scope Atari story and then had to retract it. And later put out the real story after anonymous officials corrected the referee record about what really happened after going through. It was a very weird day today in terms of the Justice department letting out this information where we have ended up is is serious and actually just to sum it up. What I'm gonna do? I'm just going to read you the lead that was just posted tonight by the excellent reporter, Charlie savage at the New York Times because I think he actually he nuts. This up pretty perfectly after twisty day on this story. Quote, Matthew Whitaker who was installed last month as acting attorney general by President Trump. Has cleared himself to supervise the special counsel's investigation rejecting the recommendation of career Justice department ethics specialists that he recuse himself. The development came soon after the disclosure that the president's nominee for attorney general William Barr had written a memo this spring in which he strongly criticized one of the main lines of inquiry by the special counsel Robert Muller, whether Mr. Trump had committed obstruction of Justice disclosure of the memo raised questions about whether bar would order Robert Mueller to shutdown that component of the inquiry. If the Senate confirms bar as attorney general together the developments underscored the potential threats to Mr. Muller's ability to complete his work without interference at a time. When his inquiry appears to be drawn closer to the White House and to the president's most trusted associates. Charlie savage than quote, Senator. Mark Warner Virginia the top democrat on the intelligence committee. Who said today, quote, it is becoming pretty clear that the president is basing his choices for leadership at the Justice department on candidates criticism of the Mueller investigation. We can all see what's happening here. So buckle up. It has been a day at the rate. Things are going may be a night as well. We're going to be joined by the incoming chairman of the judiciary committee in the house tonight as well to try to make some sense and put in context some of these major new developments. On the issue of the Russia investigation after a rip roaring couple of weeks of very dramatic courtroom developments driven by the special counsel. The mask did sort of get ripped off ripped off today. In terms of how the president intends to try to to try to get the special counsel's investigation from inside the Justice department. Simultaneously, the Russian government has just gotten a huge series of very very very expensive gifts from the president in very quick succession, including at least one that was so expensive it cost him the resignation of his Defense Secretary tonight. And so let's start there with some expert help joining us sales, Courtney Kuby NBC news national security reporter, Courtney thank you for being here. Thanks for having me. So. What's going on? How's your day pretty normal? Yes. You know, holidays shopping. Is there any question about why secretary Mattis resigned tonight? Is there any ambiguity about? Whether he was jumped her if he if he was pushed no defense officials are saying that he was not pushed out that. This was his decision..

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"career justice department" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"What are you looking for in the next few days that will signal something meaningful to you about what this change in administration of the DOJ actually means one is some indication of whether Whitaker how he means to approach the question of recusals. I don't know whether he's obliged to recuse or not based on the facts that are public. There seems to me to be a a real question there. I would want to verify number one that he followed that he sought the advice of the career Justice department ethics people and number two that having received that advice. He followed it. And that strikes me as. The first big sign as to his intentions is he following the regular order. I don't know what the outcome of that process. Would look like, but I do think to the extent that he doesn't do either of those two things that's a real bad sign. Number two. We have not heard from Bob Muller. Bob Muller has used his silence as a very powerful strategic weapon, and one of the things that he has communicated with that silence. Is that he has a decent working relationship with rod Rosenstein, and that the the acting attorney general for the past year and a half in this matter has not been impeding his investigation, and in fact, Rosenstein has gone up to the hill and defended the investigation and talked about how he supervises it. And Bob Muller has not said a word literally not one word about any problem that he has had with rod Rosenstein, and that has a tacit endorsement, I'm in fact, there's more to it than that. Because when Bob Muller issues and indictment the person who announces it is rod Rosenstein, they clearly have a good working understanding and the way Muller communicates that understanding exists is by saying nothing and letting Rosenstein speak on behalf of the investigation when it's appropriate. There is no rule that you have to behave that way as Bob Muller. Bob Muller could issue a press release tomorrow saying my investigation is being impeded? He could hold a press conference. There's no rule that says he can't do that. He could resign and issue a letter that says I cannot proceed under the circumstances. Here are the things that have been done to impede my investigation. He could transmit concerns to congress. Bob Muller has voice, and he has made a decision not to use it. So one really important thing to look out for is does Bob Muller. Tell you. There's a problem if there is a problem he will find a way to address it ethically by the book within the rules. He's not going to be leaking grand jury information. He doesn't play that. But if there's a problem, he's going to let us know. And so. So really interesting data point is just does he stay quiet number three third thing to look for. What is the messaging from both democratic incoming committee chairman in the house? And also from the key swing Republican senators both in the current congress, and in the subsequent congress where there would have to be more of them. And there are actually fewer of them about what they expect from a new attorney general what they expect Trump to do. In nominating somebody and what what sort of commitments they expect that person to make before the committee. So I think those are sort of three very public bodies of things that you can kind of look for as harbingers of where this is going, and then there's one more which is everybody kind of believes that, you know, Muller went into hibernation in these six weeks, two months before the election, and that there's sort of some pent-up activity. That's getting ready to happen. If you see a flurry of activity from the investigation over the next few weeks. And that that precedes, you know, that's a pretty good sign that the investigation is cooking along as as it was because it was expected. Well, you know, if you see a bunch of indictments come out of the investigation, that's kind of signed that the investigation hasn't been shut down, right, right? Benjamin witness. Thank you so much for talking me throw this today. It's a pleasure. You can hear Ben witness and his merry band of DOJ wonks examined the story completely on the law. Fair podcast. The actually dropped a special edition last night. It's all about sessions. Check.

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"career justice department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Question Manafort delay I'm Mike Marsh a. Career Justice department official targeted by President Trump acid disgrace. It's been grilled by Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill today corespondent Jessica Schneider says Bruce or has been harshly criticized by Trump allies in congress because of his relationship to the, Russia investigation, or met multiple times with Christopher Steele Steele of course is, the former British spy who drafted that dossier with. Salacious but unverified details about Donald Trump during the election and the question here is that conservatives will be digging into why did burst or meet with Christopher Steele even after the, FBI had terminated its relationship with the former British spy the federal judge. Overseeing the upcoming second, trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. Who said opening arguments in that trial for September twenty fourth, jury selection begins. September seventeenth Of. Virginia Beach Virginia jury has awarded eight hundred thousand dollars to the. Estate of a woman killed by police while in a car with a violent. Crime suspect to, would fired it officers India Kager was killed when swat officers. Tried to arrest Angelo Perry the jury decided that two. Of the officers whose bullets were found in keggers body were grossly negligent the US has accepted an invitation to take part in the UN sponsored peace talk for Syria Defense, Secretary Mattis, says the US is urging Russia to block the Syrian government, from using chemical weapons on its own people department. Of state has been in active communication recent active communication with Russia to enlist them in preventing this Google says it searches not used to set a political agenda and the results, are not biased the president accused Google of rigging it search results to. Block favorable stories about, him on Wall Street the Dow up twenty. One, s and p's up Jeff Diffraction I'm Mike Morris have you watched the. Value of your house continue to go up maybe it's time to put that equity to work while rates are still fairly low. Americans have over five point five trillion dollars.

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"career justice department" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Fifteen twenty k. l. KC Oklahoma City I'm product of Tyler media Oklahoma's media company the Manafort. Delay I'm Mike moss a career Justice department official targeted by President Trump as a disgrace is being rolled by Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill today corespondent Jessica Schneider says Bruce, or has, been harshly criticized by Trump allies in congress because of his, relationship to the Russia investigation or met multiple times. With Christopher Steele seal of course is the former British spy who drafted that dossier with salacious but unverified details about Donald Trump during the election and the question here is that, conservatives will be digging into why did Bruce or meet with Christopher Steele. Even after the FBI had terminated its relationship with the former British spy, the federal judge overseeing the upcoming, second, trial of former, Trump, campaign, manager Paul Manafort said opening arguments in that trial I have temper twenty-fourth jury. Selection begins September seventeenth Virginia Beach Virginia. Jury has awarded eight hundred thousand dollars. To the estate if a woman killed by, police while in. A car with. A violent crime suspect who would fired it officers India Kager was killed when swat officers tried to arrest ngelo Perry the. Jury decided the two of the officers whose bullets were found in keggers body were grossly negligent the US has accepted an invitation to take part in the UN sponsored peace, talk Ford, Syria Defense Secretary Mattis says the US is urging Russia to, block the Syrian government from using chemical weapons on. Its own people department of state has been in active communication recent active communication with Russia to enlist them in preventing this Google says it search is not used to set a, political agenda and the results are not biased the president accused Google of. Rigging it search, results to walk favorable store Stories about him on Wall Street the Dow. Up twenty one s and p's up just fraction. I'm Mike moss attention all authors Page Publishing is looking for authors..

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"career justice department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Two Las Vegas a Beasley Media Group station or questioned Manafort delay I'm Mike moss a career Justice department official targeted by President Trump as a disgrace is being grilled by Republican, lawmakers on Capitol Hill today corespondent Jessica Schneider says Bruce or has been. Harshly criticized by Trump allies in congress because of his relationship to the Russia investigation or. Met multiple times with, Christopher Steele Steele of course is the former British spy who drafted that dossier with salacious but unverified details about Donald Trump during the election and the question here is that conservatives. Will be digging into why. Did Bruce or meet with Christopher Steele even after the FBI had terminated its relationship, with, the former British. Spy, the federal judge overseeing the upcoming second trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort Said opening arguments in that trial I. Of timber twenty-fourth jury selection begins September, seventeenth. Of Virginia Beach Virginia jury has awarded eight hundred thousand dollars to the, estate of a woman killed by police while in. A car with a violent crime suspect would fired it officers India Kager was killed when swat officers tried to arrest Angelo Perry the jury. Decided that two of the officers whose bullets were found in caters body were grossly negligent the US has accepted an invitation to take part in a u UN sponsored peace, talk Ford, Syria Defense Secretary Mattis says the US is urging Russia to, block the Syrian government from using chemical weapons on. Its own people department of state has been in active communication recent active communication with Russia to enlist them in preventing this Google says it searches not used to set a political, agenda and the results are not biased the president accused Google of rigging. It sir Search results to block favorable stories about him, on Wall Street the Dow, up twenty one s. And p's up just a fraction I'm Mike, moss here's Mitch Kelly from the one zero one five FM seven twenty AM k. dawn one Nevada credit union traffic center.

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

All In with Chris Hayes

01:59 min | 2 years ago

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

"Something happened yesterday afternoon that almost never happens in an obscure court filing three career justice department lawyers people whose job it is defend the government's position in litigation withdrew their names from government brief the move set off a massive freakout on legal twitter which yes is thing guys i have a very bad feeling about this tweeted law professor nick bagley who first spotted what was going on and that bad feeling was quickly worn out minutes later in a truly shocking move the department of justice whose job to be clear is to defend the nation's laws in court decided instead to attack them siding with a group of republican states who are suing the government to completely abolish the obamacare legislation to overturn it specifically the doj said it will no longer defend the requirement that people have health insurance surins or or provisions that guarantee access to health insurance regardless of any pre existing medical conditions join me now to help lane just how big a deal this is the guy who i flag what was happening university of michigan law school professor nick bagley also with me julie fernandez the open society foundation who was deputy assistant attorney general at the oj civil rights division and maya wiley the new school former assistant us attorney in new york so nick let me start with you you notice them pulling their names out the briefs and then the the brief from the government later and you had this whole tweet story about how crazy it is they're taking this position why why is it such a big deal yeah it's really hard to overstate how unusual this really is the justice department one of its most important jobs is defending acts of congress and there's a long standing durable bipartisan commitment to defending any and all laws so long as a non frivolous argument can be made in their defense and there were lots of arguments that the trump administration could have made to brush back this really very silly lawsuit attempting to undermine the affordable care act yet again but instead of making those arguments the trump administration decided to throw.

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"career justice department" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Not giving you that information because they just wanna push whatever their propaganda is i don't care if you wanna hate trump calling hate trump that's fine people do all the time if you want to hate the fbi i hate the fbi but keep in mind it's the leadership here not the rank and file the leadership here that is so politicized and this other thing this other this other idea that that i'm hearing i think rand paul said this drive me nuts while we wanna get politics out of the leadership of the fbi there has always been some level of politics with much i now not all but much leadership of the fbi sometimes you just office politics they want to keep their jobs sometimes they just want to have ultimate control like hoover but deep throat remember the guy who gave all the the information the insider inside dirt on nixon he was the number two guy at the fbi now the reason that he may have wanted to get nixon wasn't necessarily because he's a republican or democrat or whatever that was it was but it was office politics because mark felt the number two of the guy at the fbi did not get to the promotion to be the director of the fbi it was mad he was angry he wanted that job so he's the one that broke the law and illegally gave all sorts of inside information to woodward and bernstein make him the washington post the power that it is today because he was cranky it's really maybe kind of like andrew mccabe there really really cranky you know so anyway sessions job is to fire mccabe he's the guy that has to do it but the whole process involved career justice department and fbi officials not political appointees no and all these crucial points along the way in fact the charges against mccabe came out of this broader justice department to office of inspector general investigating the fbi's handling of the clinton email investigation by the way the inspector general is appointed by the president the curl the right okay however the current head of that office michael horowitz was not appointed by donald trump no the guy who headed up the investigation signed off on the report and made the recommendation that mccabe it'd be fired michael horowitz was appointed by president barack obama.

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"career justice department" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"That's what it was he lacked candor under oath so the fbi agent was ticked man i'm just trying to pick my kid up a daycare this is insane i'm going to appeal it and so the asian did and he appealed and the federal court ruled against the agent finding that quote lack of candor is established by showing that the fbi agent did not respond to fully and truthfully to the questions he was asked there you go lack of candor so internal affairs the office of professional responsibility fbi reported and concluded that mccabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media none of words he leaked to the media and then lied about it under oath on multiple occasions on multiple occasions he lacked candor so what i'm telling anybody and then lied about it no he he lied about leaking the first of all he leaked to the media illegal second of all he lied about it and let me see here consider also this sessions made the ultimate call to fire mccabe he had to well okay he's he should because that would be his job the public record shows that the process resulting in the fbi deputy directors dismissal involved career justice department and fbi officials wait wait wait wait because we think about the politics in this right and and there's something you need to know when other people are debating this or arguing talking about this if you turn on one of the tv cable stations like cnn or msnbc and they leave out the stuff that i'm sharing with you you have every right to get mad at the tv and i strongly says i suggest if you throw something at the tv make it something soft like a sock maybe a kid sock monkey although that might be heavy it might have some weight and you'll be very very unhappy if you're flat screen is sitting on on top of of a cabinet and is wobbly if it is wobbly don't throw anything of tv but at least you'll have knowledge that those people either don't have or they're playing you for a chump and.

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"career justice department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Allegations that the house judiciary committee members sent to us and we're conducting that investigation hello that's kind of big isn't it there there is there has already been someone brought in a career justice department official from outside washington to investigate all of the allegations that have already been made by the judiciary committee and its end that investigation is occurring right now and one suspects that based on what and then were guessing that this has got to be some us attorney or assistant us attorney in kansas or in montana or you know you know kind of like what we've been recommending here on this program for a several months now at one suspects that after they investigate all of this it will be their recommendation to the attorney general weather a owed a special council will be appointed here's the other important thing about this let's go to go this next this next on bite again attorney general sessions last night on fox so am well aware that we ever responsibilty to ensure the integrity of the fis the process we're not afraid to look at that these factors general something the hours becker general is not very strong but he has almost five hundred employers employees most most of which are lawyers and prosecutors and they are looking at at the faisal process we must make sure it's done properly and we're going to do that and i will consider their request now did you understand what he didn't say what what's most important about this entire exchange that everyone needs to understand is what the attorney general did not say when questioned by shannon bring great great host over at fox.

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"career justice department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Holidays i remember it three captured christmas in the first week of january the with everything we're learning about the deep state maybe we need to have term limits on federal employees for certainly federal employees at a certain level there they're used to be a time when we said oh he's a career justice department official that that meant that you know they had some of integrity and didn't get to drug down in politics but you know a lot of these guys that we're learning about now they they've been around for fifteen years because they are not necessarily uh they haven't sworn their allegiance to a political party or a politician they sworn their allegiance to whoever is going to keep things go in the way they've been go in and and certainly that's what trump was was not intending to do but boy it got ugly didn't it and i want to know from you especially if you're in a federal law enforcement or in the intelligence community howdy of it toshka in maryland you're on wto hey larry shell um the problem with all of these directors cia dni fbi attorney general's they're all political appointees none of them ran for the position so they didn't get their dirty laundry aired out to the public like all the other candidates do during primaries so we the people don't know who they are and don't have an opportunity to at least have our say well i guess we technically through advice and consent is i mean that's our founders thought about that but they they didn't want you know all of these positions all these uh cabinet of course back on the cabinet was only five people but they didn't want the american people to vote on all that stuff they wanted our representatives via the us senate to to handle it in a hearing fell we know how well leaving things up to the congress worked out for sfr i don't disagree with taj it but i also don't want to go to a national referendum necessarily on on issues like cabinet position or the doj director the fbi but i hear you i mean listen i think that there is a problem that these.

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"career justice department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Accusation that they only relied on this christopher steel da a dossier are largely relied on it is not true that that uh that carter page was on their radar dating back all the way to 2013 and they use other sources of evidence to decide to open this counterintelligence investigation into the trump campaign that was puzzling for people like me is that we've had this tweet this morning from president trump again reiterating his belief the fbi is boston favor of democrats and against republicans and yet some of the people have expressed concern about releasing this earth zone appointees on may uh they are we we heard from the fbi christopher ray was his appointed to head the fbi after james comey was fired by the president the justice department china is now run by his appointees rod rosenstein the deputy who is overseeing this investigation while the rod rosenstein was as a career justice department employees so he was there during the la the obama administration as well and one of the allegations is that this memo is going to say that he approved the faisal surveillance ordering carter page so i think we're donald trump is trying to do is say it was the leadership of the justice department the fbi back in 2016 under the obama administration uh that is uh that was biased and should be should be called into question and consequently it should cast doubt on the entire russia investigation that is now embodied in robert miller's muller's especial in a special council investigation yes and that was going to be not my next question how exactly it fits into that easy easy to cost nabi may bad lights and credited right all the does that legal principle that of a fruit of a poison tree that anything that comes from a tainted uh a tainted process is tainted uh as well so.

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"career justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Maybe sean spicer's notes will eventually prove to be that but from this crucial period around the firing of james comey tonight again the new york times is reporting that it's the handwritten notes from former white house chief of staff reince priebus those notes now in the hands of robert muller notes that reportedly substantiate the bombshell claims made by fbi director james comey that the president personally pressured him on the russia investigation before he fired him and there's more also from this reporting tonight in the new york times quote president trump gave firm instructions in march to the white house his top lawyer to stop the attorney general jeff sessions from recusing himself in the justice department's investigation into whether trump's associates had helped a russian campaign to disrupt the 2016 election mr trump sorry mr trump apparently instructed white house counsel don mcgann that he should that he should go pressure jeff sessions to recuse himself from the russia investigation mr mcgann's argument to sessions was that he did not need to step aside from the inquiry until it was further along and that recusing himself would not stop democrats from saying he had lied according to the new york times tonight after jeff sessions told them again that career justice department officials had said he should step aside mcgann said he understood and backed down but again newly reported by the new york times tonight that the president personally directed the white house counsel to go lobbied the attorney general don't recuse yourself on the russia investigation we don't know either how strange that is as behavior by the president or whether that's potentially a problem for the president if he is being investigated for obstruction of justice so that's one further point tonight from the new york times the president reportedly instructing his white house counsel to go stop the refusal of the attorney general we know that wasn't effective.

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"career justice department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Last night and ed henry there prestisements that you agree should there be a purging gets that hey the purchase already happening these people are residing or getting reassign all for their political biases as you just heard cheryl atkinson lay out there well setting aside whether you like the word purge or not does there need to be some sort of house cleaning what is it terni general jeff sessions doing because there was a time in this country where someone was identified and described as a career justice department official a career fbi investigator that meant something it meant that they weren't a political appointee they weren't that hack they weren't somebody that the current administration just happened to put their and so they are clean and unsullied of any political influence they'd been there their whole career they just care about the truth they just care about justice they just care about enforcing our laws and sadly now i think that the mood in this country seeing what is going on seeing what happened with the hillary clinton investigation seeing what's going on with the robert mueller special counsel investigation of donald trump and the dossier and you learn of all of the into relations between these lawyers and investigators and media fair political figures excuse me an end and sadly i think the opposite is now true the problem is with the career justice department officials because they are so entrenched in the deep state they are so entrenched in the politics of washington dc that day they're beholden to that and not to the constitution not to the law and if you dare call the monnet if you dare shine the light of truth on what's going on then your slandering every fbi agent years slandering every justice department official your slandering every good work or be there who is trying to do the lord's work well that's not the case i'm not doing that at all but the best thing if you really loved the fbi if you really care about the fbi if you really care about the justice department you should be outraged about these stories that's my biggest problem with rod rosenstein the deputy attorney general when he was facing off against the judiciary committee against the f rm mentioned representative gets and representative jim jordan when they were pressing him on these issues.

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"career justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"career justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Those folks really respect sessions the senate respect sessions he served for decades most people respect jeff sessions whether or not they greer disagree with them it seems like a massive fumbled with a pathetic attempt to then district well we've seen as president pick fights with a number of people that he loves relishes in this sort of thing and this may be the fight that he picks that he doesn't win and not just because of his base and because of the sport that jeff sessions has among republicans in the senate but because he's been one of his most effective cabinet members in terms of implementing the trump agenda whether it's on immigration or other issues that he campaigned on and so it's a very odd target for him to pick and it's one that doesn't seem to be sustainable and richard haass the president's continued to go after those investigating russian potentially uncovering his financial relationships there's an actual list at building up here that it just seems so obvious of course it could be something else there's attorney general jeff sessions of course who he blames for recusing himself from the russia investigation which mitch mcconnell another leading republicans say was the right ethical decision and also quite frankly the president actually admitted that is jeff sessions said to the president i would do the right thing and recuse myself from the russia investigation before he appointed him he wouldn't a picked him it's incredible there's also deputy attorney general rod rosenstein a career justice department employees nominated by republicans including himself rosenstein appointed a special council and trump has questioned his integrity by stating wrongly.

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