18 Burst results for "Cassie Hutchinson"
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WCPT 820
"To appoint a special master. Oh my God, they all just think they're Trump. They all think they can are above the law. Okay. It worked for this guy. Maybe it'll work for me. The judge said, you told me last week you were here in good faith. I'm starting to question that, said the judge, the idea that you would want to inject a special master for no apparent purpose a week before trial is mystifying. Okay, by the way, Trump is not going to turn out to be above the law. So I don't know how all these people think they are going to get a pass. It's just. Well, that's because Trump has been getting a pass for his entire life. So they think that this is president that's been set. I think it's going to come to an end as well. I think he's going to be in trouble for these documents. And all of these people are going to go, oh wait, this guy's a fraud. This guy's not impervious. Yes. And Rhodes tried to get a new lawyer and even Metta was like, you can't have a new one. You can add them to your old ones, but you're not allowed to have a new one. Right. Right. Was that the screaming match trial? Was that the same one? Do you have paper's lawyer? This is a different one. Oh, different one. Right. The judge shouted, how is it today, ten days before trial on being told that you might advance an advice of counsel defense, right? They're all trying to come up with this lawyer told me to do it, blah, blah, blah. Mada said, I read it in a newspaper months ago shouting at howler saying I'm not buying it. It was in the indictment. So they're like, okay. I'm the only thing. Dana, I will say is I'm finally and I know AG, your partner from daily beans says it all the time, but it just between it looks like Mark Meadows has flipped. Looks like Jeffrey Clark is being investigated 40 subpoenas have gone out, that the DoJ is, I mean, whatever you want to call it, they're on the move. They're getting to the very top. They're just particularly with Meadows. Particularly we've Meadows has, in fact, flipped. A 100%. No, absolutely. I think the reason why a lot of these people are getting rid of their lawyers is because and I can't say this for sure. But do you remember that story where a lot of the money that was raised after the election was paying for all these people from sending Powell and all of these oath keepers. I wouldn't be surprised like Cassie Hutchinson, Hutchinson. Here's the one that got rid of her representation when she realized they weren't doing anything good for her. And even though these oath keepers are dumb as rocks because I've heard them speak, they may know very well that their lawyer is going to get them sent to prison so that could be why they're trying to get new lawyers at this point. Yeah. Yeah, well, I do believe justice is coming. And you know, zoloft grant, I just want to get your take real quick before we break as to whether she seems to be implying that they may have the deleted Secret Service text. What did you take from her? That I can't actually, I got a story that hadn't reached me yet. So I have no idea. We'll tell you about it during the break and then look. Tell me about it during the break and then I'll respond. Okay, great. 22 minutes after the hour, this portion of the show brought to you by all upside it's feeling all in the land of justice all upside. I had used my cash back app in D.C.. Now I'm going to use it in Chicago next week. That's right. The best cash back app. I never had one. This one is the best one. It's an incredible app for anyone who buys gas groceries dines out. I think that covers all of us. To get started download
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"No number three is that the standard of executive privilege is much more narrow when you were testifying in connection with a criminal investigation. And that goes back to 1972 Supreme Court decision, U.S. V Nixon, yes, that Nixon, right? These are the Nixon tapes. And remember, Richard Nixon's argument for not having a member of his close staff produced the tapes that were recorded in The White House was absolute executive immunity. And the Supreme Court said, you don't get that when it comes to crimes. In fact, here's what the Supreme Court said in U.S. V Nixon. This was the holding. They said, neither the doctrine of separation of powers, nor the need for confidentiality of high level communications. Can sustain an absolute unqualified presidential privilege of immunity from judicial process under all circumstances. The president's need for complete candor and objectivity from advisers calls for great deference from the courts, right? That's executive privilege. However, when the privilege depends solely on the broad, undifferentiated claim of the public interest in the confidentiality of such conversations, a confrontation with other values arises. And then they go through and analyze that and they say, look, you could have very specific claims about national security, diplomatic military secrets. Okay, that would be higher. But when you're just saying executive privilege, right? This is publication of this is not going to show where our troops are in Vietnam. We conclude the Supreme Court concluding that when the ground for asserting privilege as to subpoenaed materials sought for use in a criminal trial, that's this, is based only on the generalized interest in confidentiality, it can not prevail over the fundamental demands of due process of law in the fair administration of criminal justice, the generalized assertion of privilege must yield to the demonstrated specific need for evidence in a pending criminal trial. So should Trump have done the equivalent of playing like the copyrighted music, where he should just do a troop movement in every single crime. Can we not give, you know what? I better cut that. Yeah. Let's not give Ron DeSantis any ideas. Make sure you throw the election for me. Also move some of my guys from kamchatka to the I assume it's like risk where the true vote obviously holds in Australia. Eastern Western Australia. The stranglehold of the world. Yeah, that's a little terrifying. And I'm serious about that, right? So let's go down that track yet. The other implication, though, is that think about the end of what I just read there. Prosecutors would not have issued the subpoena if they had not concluded that cipollone possessed information vital to prosecuting crime. That's exactly right. Otherwise, why would you do that? You subpoena him and it would be a repeat of eastman going before the January 6th grade 5th, 5th, 5th, again, nothing was more offensive than general Michael Flynn. Don't you believe that we should have a peaceful transfer of power? Transfer of power. I can't answer under the grounds that it might tend to incriminate. That's incredible. Kind of incriminates you. Yeah. All right. So that story is and should be huge. And you should in taking together with what we're going to talk about in our next segment. Few confident that I get it, I said, when Joe Biden was elected, the person I wanted to be attorney general was, you know, mortgage stringer, right? I want somebody who's 25, right? I'm going to work 23 hours a day. It was angry and would not rest until everybody connected with Trump was in handcuffs. And we knew the top two choices were Doug Jones and Merrick Garland and we knew that these were not fire brands. So I get it. I wanted AG Morgan stringer. You wanted aging working stringer. We got AG Merrick Garland. But there is, I think, every reason to believe that that is going to be a very, very serious investigation that should go all the way to the top. But again, if it stops, if Trump is not at least charged with 18 USC three 71 or 1512 C, I'll share in your outrage and maybe share even in the despairing in the system. Yeah, that's going to be, I mean, I'm very worried about that. I'll be honest, I'm to the point where I am very worried and wishing, as you say, we had a different attorney general because this is making me very nervous. The last thing we need is a cowardly declination to go after Trump for anything. It's going to ruin the country. And the worst thing would be if they think that's what's actually going to heal the country. Somehow because it's the opposite of true. I got a very thoughtful question from Deborah Smith. We don't have time for in this episode, but I want to ask it of you as well that places that into historical context. So I think the heal of the country argument is insane. But we'll get there when we get there. Okay. Last little bit, we discovered Business Insider issued foia requests related to Cassidy Hutchinson. And announced today discovered that she continued working after January 6th on Trump's behalf for 9 weeks after he left office. She served as the coordinator for Trump's this is their words, official taxpayer funded post presidential office from about January 20th, 2021 to April 1st, 2021, earning an annualized salary of $90,000. That would be 9 50 seconds times 90,000 is 15,000. There's about 15,600 bucks. That will go to witness credibility. And if you're putting up Cassie Hutchinson as a witness, you know, after she says that the other side is going to be like, well, if this guy was such a monster as to what you just testified, how come you kept working for him? I'd like to demonstrate exhibit a the entire economy. Look at the housing market. I'm Jen, what is she Gen Z I imagine? Yeah, I think she's 25, yeah. Is that Gen Z? I already forget. I think it is true. Gen Z I got the housing market has been ruined by you boomers. I need a job. You think I'm gonna pass up a $90,000 job? Come on. And that's right. And what you have to do is if things are as they appear to be on the basis of what business insiders report and again, they foia requested the documents but did not release them to the public. So I'm going by their reporting. Well, that's not uncommon. Different media outlets have different, believe me, I know this. Policies towards releasing primary source documents. Yeah, it's just a little weird to be like, people deserve to know. I'm filing a freedom of information, but we're keeping it. We're not talking. I would like to see for you them? We could issue the same thing. So in any event, since we're about to transition over and talk about trial testimony, that this is a good illustration of what you do. There are very few perfect witnesses. And so if you're going to put Cassie Hutchinson on the stand, you say, now misogynist, it's true, or you would say, because you can't leave. You could freely get away with leading on this one. But you'll be like, this Hutchinson, did you continue to work for president Trump after January 6th? And in fact, after January 20th, and she would say, yeah, and I have to say, I'm really ashamed of that. It was cowardly on my part. And I'm 25 years old. This has been my entire life. I didn't know. I don't know, man. Does she have student loans? There's got to be ways you can. You can do it, but just say like, I expected that I would be working in Republican politics for the rest of my life. And I was afraid to instantly burn bridges. I was afraid to resign out of hand. And I had a financial interest in continuing to collect a paycheck.
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"You really are. All right. Where is that audio? I wanted to, I wanted to play, oh yes. So look, Fox News, some of you folks weighing in over on the social media page. By the way, before we get to Fox News, Ricky says Todd, the jetsons were not woke. That's why people love them. Man was a man, a woman was a woman, a dog was a dog, a robot was all metal, and the left hates them. Says George Jetson was a good man. He never kicked ASTRO. That's true. He never kicked the dog and he never put the dog on top of the flying car. When the family was going on vacation. Yes, I'm talking about you, Mitt Romney. Anyway, Sheila says Todd Fox changed a long time ago, I haven't watched him in two years. We don't need Fox to watch Tucker with rumble true social podcast right side broadcasting. There are many outlets to get the info we want. The only reason I watch fox is to get the local news around Fort Worth. All right, good for you. Here we go. Rita says newsmax should develop a business channel and hire dagan and Maria. That's digging McDowell and Maria bartiromo. Fox would really have issues then. That's a good point. Here, by the way, is a compilation of recent attacks. From Fox News on president Trump cut four. Brian. At the heart of the outrage media coverage of January 6th is Donald Trump's insistence and sometimes you have several statements a day from him that he did not lose the election. And you have some thoughts about that. Yeah, I do. I think that in life, you have to learn to lose. President was unhinged during that period. I interviewed him at West Point, and he was kind enough to give me a few minutes. I've never seen him so angry. That was in between the election and January 6th. Cassie Hutchinson is under oath on capitol hill. The president is on truth social. Making his statements. What is so compelling, I think, is how it was laid out. We always point out that there's not a pushback and it would have been great to hear. Jim Jordan or some congressmen say some other angle to this, but the testimony in and of itself is really, really powerful. They're afraid of his supporters and don't want to come out against him directly, but they'd like him to go away. It was the effect of this committee is to make his possible candidates who go away. I think a great many Republicans would privately be very glad. The focus seems to be the target of president Trump and he looks really bad in this presentation. He, you know, he's just watching the TVs and kind of applauding what's happening. And then Liz Cheney says that he says maybe Mike Pence deserves to be hung. Then there was a university of New Hampshire poll in June, descends it desantis actually led Trump 39 to 37 and that New York Times Siena college poll that we decided quite a few times less than half of Republican voters backed Donald Trump, all right, there you have.
Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More
"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WCPT 820
"January 7th, Trump released the video where he finally agreed to transfer power. Because the president is fully. What's happening? But two days after the video's release, Trump wanted to do a do over, a source says Trump wanted to make a new video and double down on his false claims the election was rigged. The source said the Trump plan directly attack Biden in the new video and tell his supporters who would continue fighting for him. Trump's push to deliver a second speech countering the one he gave on January 7th the king of an internal struggle over his post January 6th messaging. Sources say one of the only reasons Trump actually made that video was aids warned him about the fact his own cabinet might be using the Twenty-fifth Amendment. That's why, right? Because not only did it not work, but they went, okay, they're going to remove you. So but you can see in the video how he wanted to, I'm not going to say the election's over. Yeah, he was under duress. We all saw it. Right. Right. And by the way, is there a song crime after crime? Do we have that? Oh, it's time after time. I think we did a crime after. Okay, Trump has paid nearly $2 million in legal fees for witnesses testifying before the January 6th committee. More than half of that amount came from a $1 million payment in May to a law firm, which was founded by former Trump attorneys. I don't, it is weird like Cassie Hutchinson and people that got rid of the Trump lawyer all of a sudden started to tell the truth and things that were incriminating to Trump. I'm sure that's them. What is mama? Right. Yeah. And I also want to know who's paying for these secret services members to have be lawyered up. It's a question. Yeah. Legit. Exactly. Yes. Oh, do we? I don't even know what it's about. What's right? I have no idea
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Debbie and I here to do a little bit of a Friday roundup and we jotted down a couple of topics, but then when I was talking in the last segment about January 6th, you were sort of reacting and I made the point that these kind of wishful thinking going on on the part of the January 6th Liz Cheney, Adam kinzinger and the Democrats. And they're hoping to persuade these Trump supporters to renege on Trump to turn away from Trump. And I said, you know, confusing wishful thinking with reality. And you said, no, they're not. No, the reason I said that is because I don't think they care one iota about Trump supporters. What they're trying to do is they are trying to use the media. To be there, they're cheerleaders, right? And to change the minds of people that are not Trump supporters and not Biden supporters, that their independent voters, that think that this whole thing is was an insurrection. So they're trying to convince the American people that this was indeed an insurrection. And the other thing that I think is really important is they're trying to convince the American people that Trump should not run again in 2024. I think that is the ultimate goal of this committee. So it's not wishful thinking of them. Oh, you know, let's hope that people turn on Trump that are Trump supporters because I will tell you that I am pretty certain that is not going to happen. Because of the reason the whole reason behind January 6th, right? So they're trying to make people forget why people went to the capitol in the first place. Okay, let's highlight this because this is critically important. And that is that you have a group of people who are convinced. And by the way, they weren't convinced by Trump alone. They were convinced by the evidence of their own two eyes on a very sensor. They noticed that the counting stopped, there were lots of things that they noticed. And so they're convinced the election is stolen. And here's the question, how are people supposed to behave? When they know an election is stolen. What is reasonable conduct under those circumstances. Now notice that with the left, we always take that into account. They think that there's racial injustice and therefore they go and do this and they do that. And whenever they show up before a judge, the judge always considers, well, yeah, you'll motivated by idealism. Even those two lawyers who threw molotov cocktails against the cops didn't get the full severe sentence because it was like, you know, these are idealistic guys. They thought they were fighting for racial justice. Or even take the roe V wade decision. You know, those people, oh, they're expected to get upset. They're expected to go to the judges homes. They're expected to want to, you know, wreak havoc. And this, I think, back to January. This is why it's so important for the committee to act as if there is no reasonable debate over the 2020 election. Right. In other words stay close. Case closed. And they're trying to show that not only not only was the election safe and secure. I mean, just think about this. The most secure election in history. But they're trying to show the Trump himself knew that. Trump himself knew was the most secure election. And what they're doing is they're giving the one sided testimony of aids who counsel Trump to do this and they're excluding the testimony of anyone who said differently. That's the whole point of controlling the whole earring. As you can manipulate the evidence. And allowing hearsay on hearsay, which you can not do in a courtroom in a real courtroom. This is not a courtroom. This is a kangaroo court, or even yet a clown show. I mean, think about think about how they're trying to, you know, first of all, they want to reinforce Cassidy Hutchinson because they know that her credibility has been damaged. Secret Service comes out, driver of the limousine comes out. This never happened. Trump never grabbed the wheel. And now they're trying to discredit those people. Right, and what they're trying to do is bring in other aides who, by the way, weren't there. And saying, well, they reinforce what Cassidy Hutchins. How could they reinforce what God to the Hutchins said when the only people at vehicle were Trump? Cassidy Hutchinson and the driver and the Secret Service agent or actually Cassie Hutchinson wasn't even there. She got a she said from a man who denies that he told her that. You got it from another guy, right? No, she says that she actually spoke to the one to the Secret Service agent. But the Secret Service agent says that that's not what I said. And so what you've got is essentially hearsay testimony that is now credibly challenged by the actual source. But that doesn't matter, honey, because the media only reports what they want to report. And they only want to report what demonizes Trump. And discredits him. So anything that goes against that narrative is not going to be played out. They're just not going to talk about it. That's why they omitted that line that Trump said about going to the capitol peacefully. And patriotically. They're not going to do that because that would mean that his intention was not to get these people to go into the capitol. But that would basically wipe out insane. Let's summarize the situation with the mainstream media. It's kind of like some events occur someplace in another town. And you and I are reliant on finding, we need to find out what happened in that town. And our source, in fact, our only source is some guy who comes from that town and says, I know what happened. I'm going to tell you. Except you can not believe one word of what that guy says. He is a habitual liar. It's like the old saying that the cretans are liars. So we want to find out what happened in Crete. Here's a cretin. He's like, I'll tell ya. You can't believe a word he says. In fact, you're more likely to be right if you believe the opposite of what he says. And so it's teaching us to have a chronic distrust of the media. It's not just that they're biased. They're not just taking facts and twisting them. This way or that way, they're not, as people do in a debate, I'll just take the facts sympathetic to my side. What they do is they do not hesitate to lie. They don't hesitate to exclude things that are true that they don't want to be true. They substitute wishful thinking for reality. It's a thoroughly corrupt gang. And in some ways, there are an even bigger problem when you agree. Then the January 6th could be. They create their own narrative. And they try to make us live in their crazy alternative reality. Tired of seeing
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"During the capital uprising at Baxter has more Eddie. Yeah, Douglas, let's start with the president. Mister Biden says the symptoms are mild. Doing well being a lot of work done, we're going to continue to get it done. And in the meantime, thanks for your concern and keep the faith. It's going to be okay. And The White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre. He told us this morning he had a runny nose. He had a dry cough. He was a little bit fatigued. He did say he had restless sleep. And when that occurred, he got the antigen test, tested tested positive, and then was given a PCR test. Yeah, he's on pax leves, The White House COVID response team leader doctor Ashish jha says that with any elderly person risk or complications a bit higher, but that the president is doing very well at this point, use the occasion to remind people that mister Biden has been double vax and double boosted, which is why symptoms appear to be very mild. The January 6th House committee holds prime time hearing focusing on Donald Trump's activities are inactivity during the siege of the capital should be getting underway at any point. And they're introducing now and you will hear the number one 87 tonight. Joining us live as Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider political news director for Bloomberg TV and radio. Jodi, thanks so much for joining us at the capitol. I was a hearings are starting to get underway. We do know that the chair of Ben Thompson has tested positive for COVID. Should this have any effect? No, I really don't think so. There are others on the committee, the other Democrats on the House committee who will kind of take over that role and we'll still hear from Liz Cheney, who's taken such a big role as the lead Republican on the committee. Things are starting to kick off in less than an hour. I'm standing in the hall outside where the committee members will come in. And it's expected to be a more dramatic testimony that a 187 number is the number of minutes that will be made a lot of tonight. Those are the number of minutes that Donald Trump between when the riots started as a capital when the armed gang went to the capitol until Donald Trump told them to back off. It was three hours and 7 minutes. And we'll be hearing a lot about that tonight. Yeah, and the witnesses tonight, Matthew pottinger, mister Trump's deputy national security adviser, Sarah Matthews, a deputy press secretary. Now they are Jodi, our advertised who have had a ringside seat in the inner workings when he went into the dining room. That's right. And that's why we'll be hearing from them tonight. They will be asked about what they saw that night. What they saw, what they heard, what the president said in those three hours. Why he didn't want to make a statement why he didn't want to call them off and what went on. So they will be key just as earlier Cassie Hutchinson was because she also had that front row seat when the president was not wanting when he was wanting to go up to the capitol. He wasn't allowed to. But here is there will be evidence of why he did not intervene, which is of course a different topic than we've heard before. The rest of the hearings have focused on the president not wanting to give up on the election, one thinking that he was still had a chance to be declared the winner and not wanting there to be a out of his theory about that wanting to take the other action to be taken and supporting the members who went up there or at least telling them that he wanted them to go to the capital. Tonight it will be why he didn't stop them when things turned violent. Okay, Jody, thank you so much for your help. We very much appreciate it. That is a Bloomberg's political news director for TV and radio Jodi Schneider and we will be getting coverage all evening morning, night morning, wherever you are. Here on Bloomberg daybreak, Asia. You know, we live in about 15 different time zones. You're right about that, yeah. Around the globe and back again, let's get to Ellen haze our guest for the half hour. Ellen is the chief market strategist at FL putnam investment management she joins from Boston. Ellen, thanks for being with us. I want to begin with a bond market today because these were big moves right across the curve. We were down in the case of both the two and the ten by roughly 14 basis points. The data was soft. We know that. Does it bring you any closer to this idea that maybe maybe the fed is succeeding in reducing demand in cooling inflation and perhaps? They won't be as aggressive and tightening. Well, they are certainly slowing the economy. If you look across the board, you can see signs of economic flowing, whether you look at corporate margins where you start getting compressed in this earnings season, whether you look at housing, where housing inventory has started to grow and new housing starts have started to decline whether you look at the consumer who is shifting more toward credit and away from debit. And according to JPMorgan, the average balances have shrunk across every cohort. Income cohort. So you're seeing things slow across the board absolutely. Now, whether or not the fed can navigate it. So carefully and precisely that they land this 7 47 on an aircraft carrier, which is what would be required in order to have a soft landing, the jury's still out. The tools that they have are so imprecise and the data lags. So I think it will be very difficult until after the fact to understand whether they have pulled it off. But I do think that at the July meeting, they should take note of so many of these indicators that have turned sharply negative just in the last few weeks. And perhaps put things on pause. So the jury's still out, some whether that soft landing can be navigated, were you sitting on the jury, what would you think? What would you be your temptation? Do you think it's a possible ability or as a recession still looking like the most likely base case? I think a recession is the most likely base case. Of course, I hope that that will not happen. But as I see more and more evidence come in, it becomes fairly undeniable that unless they really pull a rabbit out of a hat, they're going to have a tough time avoiding a recession. We had a negative quarter in the first quarter. It looks like we might have a negative quarter in the second quarter if you look at the Atlanta now. Tracker and what with the increases in input prices and the declines in demand, whether we're seeing housing demand soften, but also gasoline prices are coming down. People are driving less. So it's really slowing down across the board. Then we have the ECB kind of stepping up to the plate here and knocking it out of the park with a 50 basis point rate hike. That strengthened the year a week in the dollar. I mean, that had a positive impact as well. Are we nearer to peak dollar do you think? I think it's going to be very difficult for the Euro to strengthen against this dollar structurally. It is true that the ECB is catching up in terms of their policy rate. But at the press conference, I thought it was pretty unclear exactly how the TPI would work, whether or not we could avoid a Italian or other peripheral country doom loop. And I think that it's going to be very difficult to get that implemented in a way that doesn't cause a recession. And that doesn't drive Italian debt service into a pretty high number relative to GDP. So I think the dollar has been really strong. It's due for an exhale from a technical perspective. But fundamentally, despite the 50 basis point move today, I don't think we're looking
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Topic as well. All of those are important. No single event, no single piece of legislation is going to prevent this from happening again. We need to look at multiple things. And I think that's what the committee plans to do in a future report. Now, some of the most memorable testimony during these hearings came from Cassidy Hutchinson, testimony that other officials disputed will we hear testimony that corroborates what Hutchinson said that Trump knew people were armed in the crowd that he got physical with a Secret Service agent to try to get to the capitol. Well, we have not heard. And I think it's important to note, we have not heard from anyone anything that contradicts what Cassie Hutchinson has said under oath. We stand by her testimony. We feel that she was courageous witness to come forward. We still never heard anything under oath from someone who disputes her accounts of what happened. We feel that if anything, the information that we have received only supports what she had testified to the committee under oath. Now, the testimony has revealed so much about what was happening in The White House during this attack, but does it matter if a large swath of the country with different politics than yours are not watching or not convinced by what this committee presented or has presented. Well, we're convinced that there are a lot of individuals who are in the middle who have been watching the hearings that have been paying attention and have been formulating their own opinions based on what the president did, leading up to January 6th. We feel that the American public needs to know that. And while there is a segment of the population continues to probably believe that the election was stolen, that's not our audience. And we continue to reach out to those folks in the middle and the fact that over 55 million people have watched the hearings, I think, speaks directly to that. Congressman Pete Aguilar, thank you so much for taking the time. Thank you, Layla. Quidditch, the real-life sport inspired by the Harry Potter series, is changing its name to try to distance itself from author J. K. Rowling and pairs when Davis looks
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on KOMO
"Is the first time the committee has issued a subpoena to an executive branch agency. We need all the texts from the 5th and the 6th of January. That's representative Zoe lofgren on ABC's this week. ABC's Justin Finch spoke with Frank Lindsay. Are they going to get these texts that representative lofgren is after? We've heard from committee member lofgren and Kensinger both saying they do expect to see those texts from the Secret Service as soon as Tuesday. And a bit of a change of course as to how we've heard about how these texts may have gotten deleted. With the Secret Service, they are pushing back against any claim they were maliciously deleted or anything of the sort. What they are saying is that there was a mobile device upgrade going on early last year. And within that window, they were setting the devices to factory settings in the course of doing that. You do lose data on the phone. However, they still have access to the data that the committee is looking for. We've also heard too that the committee says it they have all accounts to pretty much see those texts to students tomorrow. So the hope is, it will get them by that time. And if they assuming that happens and they get these texts by tomorrow, we'll any of that information you think make it into Thursday's hearing or could we see yet another hearing schedule for later down the road? I think both possibilities are on the table. Only because we heard from Adam kinzinger as soon as yesterday just saying that if they find more substantial information, we could see hearings beyond that prime time hearing Thursday. They could perhaps have enough lead time to get those tax ready for Thursday if they do get them tomorrow. We know that Thursday's hearing will center largely on the 187 minutes of committee says that happened before former president Trump sent that alert that video out telling those at the capital to go home from the January 6th attack. In that TikTok of the day's events, you can imagine how those Secret Service tax could help fill in a lot of the gaps that they may have in that record. We also know that many people want to know just what happened in that Secret Service vehicle on January 6th with former president Trump and that Secret Service agent that we heard from Cassie Hutchinson that apparently the president lunged at the agent trying to get him to drive him to the capitol. That has been disputed in some circles the Secret Service saying that they would push back on that account and provide sworn testimony. If that has happened yet, but it could be a part of what they're looking for in those texts. All right, ABC's Justin Finch. Again, the Secret Service says they will hand over those texts and that they did not delete them on purpose. That's Frank Lindsay, the next January 6th hearing is at 5 o'clock on Thursday and you can hear it live here on northwest news radio. One day after a Texas House report on the law enforcement response to the May school shooting was made public, emotions ran high at a school board meeting. ABC's Brian Clark has details. The anger at a Yuval day school board meeting Monday night focused on a range of details laid out in the Texas House report. Pastor Daniel Myers referenced the 400 law enforcement officers who were at rob elementary school. Not one was man enough to go in there 77 minutes. A nearly universal demand calling for the job of school police chief Pete arradondo, Brett cross is nephew was one of the 19 children killed. He did nothing to go in. He didn't try it or anything. Why the hell does he still have a job with y'all? Brian Clark, ABC News.
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The deadly January 6th insurrection. This hearing will focus on the involvement of white supremacist hate groups in the attack on the capitol and feature testimony by former White House counsel pat cipollone who investigators say corroborates former White House aide Cassie Hutchinson. Meanwhile, a judge says Steve Bannon former White House aide to then president Donald Trump will stand trial on contempt of Congress charges despite new willingness to testify to the January 6th House committee. The Justice Department says Bannon's 11th hour request to appear before the panel is not genuine calling in an attempt to soften the ground ahead of his criminal trial. Russia may be getting new help in its invasion of Ukraine, U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan in The White House briefing says intelligence shows Iran may be sending unmanned aerial vehicles to Russia. Or information indicates that the Iranian government is preparing to provide Russia with up to several hundred UAVs, including weapons capable UAVs on an expedited timeline. National security adviser Jake Sullivan's comments come as Ukrainian authorities say their forces targeted a Russian ammunition depot in southern Ukraine overnight. People in Japan have bid their final goodbye to former prime minister Shinzo Abe. A family funeral was held at a temple days after his assassination that shocked the nation. Amazon Prime day is upon us, expects supersized savings on all Amazon products like the Amazon basics collection and tech like echo devices, kindles, and TVs, but this year experts say consumers might want to focus on everyday essentials instead of big ticket splurges. Regina Conway has a consumer expert with slick deals. We typically see discounts of about 20 to 25% off on some of those household essentials like paper towels and toilet paper. And with the cost of everything going up these days, it's a good time for people to save to tap into those savings. Regina Conway with slick deals says that includes other items like batteries and trash bags. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news. 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"This guy and this guy tried to pressure the acting attorney general into filing it, and the acting attorney general was like, who the hell even are you? Hung up on him, and then the president tried to replace him. You put all of that in order and those pieces and you're telling a pretty compelling story from the intent perspective. Remembering that the backstop of all of this is willful blindness. Is this somebody who just wants the result they want to get to and the legal reasoning be damned. Yeah. You know, Andrew, I think I was getting ahead of myself. Is he just testifying behind closed doors? I think because of Cassidy Hutchinson, I was, I was assuming it was another surprise witness more surprising than the last. But do you have any idea if we're just getting behind door, closed door testimony, or if we'll get video or he'll actually testify on TV? Do we know any of that? Right now it is just closed door. And again, we will evaluate. I mean, what the January 6th committee will do is evaluate how that testimony goes in terms of whether to put him on in front of the general public. Remember, Cassie Hutchinson gave four separate detailed interviews with the committee before they put her up and her position changed as she conveyed, hey, I think they're trying to step on me. Worst case is if he's a total dud, it's like, well, we just won't pursue this. I'm just kind of move on. Like the worst case scenario. Okay. All right, well, looking forward to that, Andrew, once the next hearing, and this hasn't changed the hearing schedule itself, right? It's still, as far as we know, kind of how it was. Yep, next hearing next Tuesday, July 12th that 1 p.m., it's become must see TV. Absolutely. All right, well, looking forward to that. And since this was pretty much a celebration of how right you were, Andrew, we're going to throw in Andrew was wrong. Just so it doesn't all go to your head. Absolutely. No, I loved getting this letter. This came from Amy fried, who teaches political science at the university of Maine, who writes in to say, during your discussion of Carson versus Macon, that's the case on religion in Maine public schools. You suggested this mostly concerned students in very rural areas. I did. While it would apply to them, some of the school districts with no public high schools are not very rural. There are several in the Bangor area, and one is the Glenn burn school district, which is the case where the plaintiff's come from. I don't know how well you know me. That's very generous of you. Yeah. So I thought I'd mention that while Bangor only has about 33,000 residents, it is the third largest city of the state. And centers the second largest metro area. I bet that most of the students who go to the Bangor Christian school don't live in the real boonies. I have a friend who brought a house in glenburn, which is basically a suburb of Bangor so that her kid could get into a private high school for free, the prep school John bapst, BAP ST in Bangor. Put a pin in that for a second. Another school district nearby without a high school is the VZ school district located between Bangor and orono. The university of Maine is in orono, and VZ has numerous professors, university staff, other professionals, they've had numerous free choices before this case, including John bapst, Bangor high, a roano high and old town high, none that far away. And then classic thank yous from Amy. The lesson here is and boy, Andrew Seidel has driven this home time and time again. Never believe the recitation effects in any case involving church state separation. Yeah, okay. That's all I read. I pull that pin out because I wanted to look up this John baptist school. From 1928 to 1980, John baptist was a Catholic school. In 1980, they shuttered their doors. They reopened later that year as John baptist memorial, a fact that they emphasize on their website. So not named after the guy named to honor the guy, and that made them not just non Catholic and non sectarian, but entirely non religious. Coed independent college prep school routinely named the best school in Maine, the best high school in Maine, reading off their mission statement located in Bangor
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WTOP
"Sponsored by rocket mortgage. I'm Monica rickson, New York, community leaders in Akron, Ohio, are calling for peaceful protests following the release of disturbing video of a fatal police shooting of a black driver. CBS is Elise Preston reports. The incident has sparked daily protests in Akron, 8 members of the Akron police force have been placed on leave pending an investigation by state authorities. They've got to be ready to explain why they did what they did. They need to be able to articulate what specific threats they were facing. And that goes for every round that goes down the barrel of their gun. Awkward law requires all body cam evidence to be public within a week. Preliminary autopsy results also show jaylen walker was shot 60 times. Police say he may have been armed, but his family denies it. Danish police have not ruled out terrorism at a mall in Copenhagen where at least three people were killed today. Through an interpreter, this woman says she just ran. Suddenly we heard shots. I think I heard ten shots, and then we ran through them all and ended up in a toilet, where we huddled together. There were about 11 of us. We were really scared. This suspected shooter has been arrested. Inflation's affecting holiday cookouts with the price of groceries going up. This guy says his family's keeping it simple. I have my grandkids over and basically. That's it. We're gonna buy some hamburgers out, so we can apply it. Eric experts say the average price of a barbecue is up 17% this year. Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney slam former president Trump today on ABC's this week for try to discredit a former White House aide who testified about January 6th. But Cassie Hutchinson did was an unbelievable example of bravery
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WTOP
"Your free estimate today. 8 11, this past week featured jarring testimony from former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson. She offered previously unknown details about the extent of the former president's awareness that supporters had weapons with them on January 6th, and his ambivalence as rioters later laid siege to the capitol. Sean and Ann talked about the developments with CBS News chief Washington correspondent major Garrett. What the country learned was in addition to all the other things that the January 6th committee has revealed was what the president knew leading up to January 6th and in those fateful hours and a very plausible explanation for why he did nothing, which has been the big question lurking over all of January 6th. How could the president of the United States not do anything when the capitol was being stormed? Well, Cassie Hutchinson's, eyewitness and direct testimony, some on the margins here said, but most of it, what she heard directly indicated that the president was generally in favor of the large crowd, knew it was armed and was definitely in favor of it coming to the capitol and interrupting things even though it was armed with all sorts of potential terrible consequences merging those two things. And how can an editorial board for any organization or newspaper that is conservative believes in the rule of law believes in the constitution, support that? And that's why they began to back away from this because that testimony sort of pull the curtain back that hadn't been pulled back before. What was the president thinking what was intentions, what were his motives? And none of them from those editorial boards point of view appear any longer to be justifiable or defensible. Now, former White House counsel pat cipollone has been subpoenaed, but does his previous position major preclude him from testifying the way we've seen all the other witnesses? Not that I understand it. As I understand it, and I've covered many, many white houses, it's always been conveyed to me that The White House counsel's client is the presidency. The institution thereof, not the president. So he doesn't have attorney client privilege and his executive privileges, I suppose, could be loosely applied, but executive privilege doesn't cover you if you're having conversations about something that could be in theory prosecuted as a crime. And what we're talking about is potentially a prosecuting the president of the United States for conspiring interfere with congressional proceeding, interfering with the peaceful transfer of power and the likes. You have no executive privilege there and as White House counsel, your client is the institution of the presidency, not the individual who's holding it, so I don't see how pat cipollone can avoid being required to live up to the subpoena and testify how he does it is probably subject to negotiation. There are some reporting that he wants to do it in a transcription way, not publicly not on camera because he knows that would infuriate former president Trump, but one way or the other, I believe the committee is going to get what it needs to hear from pets at cologne. At CBS News, chief Washington correspondent, major Garrett. Coming up a troubling trend when it comes to gun related injuries in this region, 8 14. I'm
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com and schedule your free estimate today. It's for 11. Former president Trump is just used in interview with conservative outlet newsmax to criticize former Mark Meadows aid Cassidy Hutchinson who gave blockbuster testimony about him to the January 6th House committee this week. Now, Trump says Hutchinson is quote living in fantasy land and is a social climber through her attorneys, Hutchinson revealed released a statement that is saying she stands by her testimony under oath, including that Trump knew there were people with weapons in the January 6th crowd, but one of them to bypass metal detectors to hear his speech and then move to the capitol. Well, joining us live to talk about it all CBS News chief Washington correspondent, major Garrett, who also hosts the takeout podcast great to have you back major. Thank you so much. Good to be with you. Good afternoon. Good afternoon to you. And interesting here, the Cassidy's testimony was enough to prompt the editorial boards of publications like The Wall Street Journal, Washington examiner, other conservative publications to say it's maybe time to look away from Donald Trump as a president once again. What observations may be, could you add to all of us given what has happened here in the past week? So what the country learned this week was in addition to all the other things that the January 6th committee has revealed was what the president knew leading up to January 6th and in those fateful hours. And a very plausible explanation for why he did nothing, which has been the big question lurking over all of January 6th. How could the president of the United States not do anything when the capital was being stored? Well, Cassie Hutchinson's, eyewitness and direct testimony, some on the margins here say, but most of it, what she heard directly indicated that the president was generally in favor of the large crowd, knew it was armed and was definitely in favor of it coming to the capitol and interrupting things even though it was armed with all sorts of potential terrible consequences merging those two things. And how can an editorial board for any organization or newspaper that is conservative believes in the rule of law believes in the constitution support that? And that's why they began to back away from this because that testimony sort of pulled the curtain back that hadn't been pulled back before. What was the president thinking what is intentions, what were his motives? And none of them from those editorial boards point of view appear any longer to be justifiable or defensible. Now, former White House counsel pat cipollone has been subpoenaed, but does his previous position major preclude him from testifying the way we've seen all the other witnesses? Not that I understand it. As I understand it, and I've covered many, many white houses, it's always been conveyed to me that The White House counsel's client is the presidency. The institution thereof, not the president. So he does have attorney client privilege and his executive privileges. I suppose, could be loosely applied, but executive privilege doesn't cover you if you're having conversations about something that could be in theory prosecuted as a crime. And what we're talking about is potentially prosecuting the president of the United States for conspiring to interfere with congressional proceeding, interfering with the peaceful transfer of power and the likes. You have no executive privilege there and as White House counsel, your client is the institution of the presidency, not the individual who's holding it, so I don't see how Patsy poloni can avoid being required to lift up to live up to the subpoena and testify how he does it is probably subject to negotiation. There's some reporting that he wants to do it in a transcription way, not publicly not on camera because he knows that would infuriate former president Trump, but one way or the other, I believe the committee is going to get what it needs to
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WTOP
"News. As we've been telling you on WTO P this morning, the nation continues to absorb the most damning testimony yet presented this week to the House committee investigating former president Donald Trump's actions before during and after the January 6th capitol riot. This week, start with miss Cassidy Hutchinson, said that mister Trump was informed members of the crowd at his rally carried weapons on that day. He asked the Secret Service to remove metal detectors to let them into the ellipse, so his audience looked larger on TV, those rally goers would later attack the capital as you well know. This morning Politico founding editor John Harris, with his hit. Well, I think the most interesting question is whether this truly startling testimony from Cassie Hutchinson. Whether it adds to the momentum and creates the basis for a possible criminal prosecution of former president Trump in addition to the obvious political implications of it, what does it do to the Justice Department's calculations as it's looking into whether the president should be tried for sedition? John Hutchinson is completely believed to be credible by the panel. That's why they put her up there. But the story she told about the former president trying to grab the steering wheel from a Secret Service agent to get to the capitol has been denied by the Secret Service. How problematic is that? To my mind, it doesn't undercut the broader picture that she painted. There's no question that specific details of what she said get picked apart and some of what she said was hearsay in the traditional sense that she didn't observe it firsthand. Other people told her this. There's no question that president Trump supporters will use that to cash dispersions against her larger credibility. I think there's no question about that. But I think we'll also hear from the Secret Service. They've said they want to also to testify and they're going to do so under oath. As the drip drip drip of this investigation and these hearings has it eroded support for president Trump as he possibly considers a run for the highest office in 2024. You know, I think probably the best testimony from that comes from former president Trump himself. He's made it clear. He's set on the record that he thinks it was a mistake for Republicans to not put Trump sympathizers on the panel. He wishes they hadn't skipped it entirely because he doesn't feel that there's defenders out there advocating for his message. So I think the fact that he says those things reflects that he personally feels that
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Chris Wallace used to be at NBC, used to be at Fox. Now he's at CNN next he'll be on airport radar because that's about where he deserves in my humble opinion. But he was excited by Cassie Hutchinson's testimony, like all the other media. As they put aside their journalistic, curiosity, which they lost a long time ago for their ideology. Chris Wallace on CNN yesterday cut 6 go. Can we talk about Cassidy Hutchinson? First of all, and I bowed particularly to you and somebody involved in prosecutions. She was a great witness. She was absolutely precise. She told you, I mean, if she heard an overheard a conversation she'd say, cipollone went in the room, he left the door open and he was standing in the trance. I was talking, you know, I could hear when I went into the dining room. I stepped back, but the door was open. I could see Mark Meadows, but I can the background I could hear when Trump and he was saying, she was just brilliant and really what you're all saying is that to a degree that nobody has up till now, really, nobody in all, think of all the books we've read by all these great investigative reporters. None of them ever had the scene inside the beast, right? So there are some secrets still out there, but she connected the dots more than anybody has between Giuliani on January 2nd, talking about, well, that's going to be violence and then she talks to Meadows and metal says it's going to be real real bad and then cipollone comes in and then Trump's knowledge and you know she just connects the dots and I think he's wedding himself, mister British. Now here's a thrill down his leg. We have trip. That's why Chris Wallace is at CNN. He fits in very, very well over there. He thought she was very credible, too. He's ready to personally rest Donald Trump
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Right here is preemptive and it's reckless. He continues by saying here and this piece. Hutchinson recounted that after numerous discussions among this White House staff and security officials that it was settled that Trump would not go to the capitol, which is to say underlings made the call without the boss, the president would be on board. Trump over did not care what his subordinates said. He said, I'm the effin president. Gliding on the energy of his ellipse speech Trump told the throngs that they'd soon be marching to the capitol and then he'd be going with them. Annie McCarthy does not mention that he said peacefully and patriotically. The peace continues. By repeating the lie that Donald Trump grabbed the agent and it goes all the way through and it ends with this. This is what we learned today. Things will not be the same after this. Why? Why will things not be the same after this? Yeah, I mean, they won't be the same where hopefully more people won't be duped by this sort of thing ever again. But the media did with the media did and it creates this echo chamber. And it's reinforced and the echo chamber by the mockingbird media, just intensifies, by the way, we went through this with bob Mueller. We went through this with the first impeachment call with a perfectly fine phone call with Ukraine. We went through this at every single turn. And yet we just kind of get back into this we get led down these rabbit holes that turn out not to be what we were told they were at all. In fact, directly the opposite of what we were told. Let's play this piece of tape here. Let's go to cut 75. This testimony was very compelling from beginning to end. She obviously had access to all of the players. We are now hearing from the former president on various posts where he questions her accuracy. He goes after her directly, says he doesn't know who she is and said he didn't lunge at the Secret Service, agent and the beast. Cassie Hutchinson is under oath on Capitol Hill. The president is on truth social. Making his statements. What is so compelling, I think, is how it was laid out. But the testimony in and of itself is really, really powerful. Thank you for reminding us Bret that she's under oath that only makes it the possible penalty of what she just committed even greater. Because now the Secret Service who never comments on things publicly says that's all a lie. It's all a lie. But it's not just Andy McCarthy. It's also former Trump White House chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney. I wrote the book the maga doctrine. I'm a massive supporter of president Trump and what he got done. But I believe the greatest and most legitimate kind of piece of frustration from the Trump administration is some of the snakes that were given platforms within the Trump White House. I hear this from all of you. You guys email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. I love.
"cassie hutchinson" Discussed on WTOP
"Breaking news, CBS News special report, a former close aide to Mark Meadows the Trump White House chief of staff is testifying right now at a special session of the January 6th committee. Committee chair Benny Thompson. Thanks to the courage of certain individuals, the truth won't be buried. The American people won't be left in the dark. Our witness today, miss Cassie Hutchinson, has embodied that courage. Hutchinson's is expected to describe key details about what president Trump knew and said on January 5th and 6th. It's difficult to describe a typical day. I was a special assistant to the president and an adviser adviser to the chief of staff. The day is dependent on what the president was doing that day, and that's kind of how my portfolio was reflected. CBS Robert Costa. Meadows was a chief of staff who was unusually close to the president himself, always hovering around the Oval Office, the outer Oval Office, and then hovering around Meadows was Cassidy Hutchinson. CBS News special report. I'm Steve futterman. The Michigan Supreme Court has announced today that a judge had no authority to issue indictments in the Flint water scandal, wiping out charges against former governor Rick Snyder, his health director and 7 others The court Saturday unanimous opinion that state laws authorize a judge to investigate subpoena witnesses and issue arrest warrants. But they do not authorize the judge to issue indictments. It's a stinging loss for the attorney general who took office in 2019, got rid of a special prosecutor and put together a new team to investigate whether crimes were committed when lead contaminated Flint's water system in 2014 and 2015