31 Burst results for "Chief Legal Analyst"

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Don't do it. You're fired. I see you're together. God, He's such a turtle. So nobody happy could give us your overview on this because obviously the Kentucky Michigan, Mr Connell took a turn on this. Yeah. No, not only look. The impeachment. Everybody understands is the president's done. He's going to be leaving the impeachment is surely political, purely vengeful. And it It's not gonna happen in terms of the conviction because the president is likely to be a private citizen before they can complete a trial in front of that they lose their jurisdiction when he becomes approach that was like, so why are there people talking about it like like a Joe Manchin? Who, by the way, I like you, a man because he's a centrist. But Joe Manchin said We could do this after Kate. Why would he say that? I don't understand what you know, First of all kind of people that have and why would they do something like that? Because we live in a lawless age where people ignore the rules ignore the Constitution and it could be. The Joe mentioned doesn't know what the fact is. The constitutional jurisdiction ends at the end of the president's term, You cannot convict them. Under impeachment. So actually, the second impeachment actually hurts. The first engagement makes him look Alex watered down or of the joke that itwas and the question of whether this is a high crime and misdemeanor constitution requires Used really resoundingly. No. Okay, not James, before we lose it before it gets out of here today, I've got to talk about the vaccine. So, look, you have a war operation warp speed that basically and people have to understand this. The science wasn't fast tracked. They just got to go to the front of the line. Do you understand? I mean, there's all these drugs trying to get approved And the reason there's such a long arduous process is two things. You got to take time to test it. You gotta You gotta have a peer review. But then again, there's 50 thousands of people in front of you. So the operation worked. Speed was basically taking The visor, the Madonna, the J and J and putting it in the front of the line, saying, Everybody else is backed up for a minute. We're gonna prove these first, and that's what the operation Marcie's it, can I. My big issue here is distribution so in states like California, New York Where you're hearing about. You know, they've got 175,000 doses, and they've only put out 17,000 doses. Uh, long story short. Isn't there gonna be some legal culpability there with respect to how much the states Blue and red have botched the distribution process of this vaccine. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, there could be because the approach the Trump administration had taken is to have it be locally distributed. You know, I actually not is concerned. About the distribution as I concerned about talk about mandatory vaccines, not feeling too so. So right now, like in the state of California, there's talk that you could mandatory. You could make it mandatory. Your employees take the vaccine That seems to me like you're on a slippery slope. There are two Jameses are as our chief legal analyst here. I mean, if if if you're working at Costco, Yeah, okay. And you're driving a forklift there? Yeah, okay. And you're in your hardworking guy, But you have a you have a systematic problem with vaccines. Whatever the reason. For Costco to say you have to do this or you're fired. Isn't that a huge opening for lawsuits? James? Well, yes, And there has to be exemptions there people of conscience. Do not want to take vaccines because it was derived using fetal tissue from aborted Children in many in many either derived or testing with those and so there are people of consciousness will take it. There are also people with medical conditions who are nervous about the possible side. So Those two categories. I believe if they don't given exemption, the employer will be sued and there will be a potential liability. I think when all this is over, though, when all this is over and you and you must be talking about this at some point in your asshole lot, Professor I think what all this is over everyone. There's gonna be fraught with lawsuits related to Kobe because they was ready. Shoot aim from the government. The very beginning, right? She did. Well, look, It's very suspect that just two days ago, the governor of New York who was very much like the governor of California closing down, everything did 180 degree turn says Now we have no we're going to open it. Exactly that I know of science. Where is that science? I think And I think that's the scale by James Thank you so much as usual. James Hirsen, our legal analysts.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:15 min | 11 months ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Trump's supporters stormed the capital, Congress impeached the man who sent them They're charging the president with incitement of insurrection, members of Congress recounting the harrowing hours of the siege. Freshman representative Cori Bush, imploring her colleagues to take a stand against the racism that was on full display. We have a mandate to legislate in defense of black lives. The first step in that process is to root out white supremacy, starting with impeaching the white supremacist in chief Democrats challenging their Republican colleagues to think beyond politics. Urging them to do the right thing. Just over a year ago, no Republicans voted to impeach the president. Congress woman, Liz Cheney, the third highest Republican in the House, gave her colleagues cover unequivocally backing impeachment in advance, saying there has never been a greater betrayal by a president of the United States. Few Republicans were willing to defend Trump's actions instead going after the idea of impeaching on this timetable, with so few days left in the Trump presidency, calling it a snap impeachment. Many who just last week voted to overturn the election now say it's time to heal one notable standout Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, one of Trump's most loyal supporters, He argued it would be wrong to impeach a president whose time is almost up. But he also issued his harshest criticism yet for the president, who has shown no remorse and taken no responsibility for inciting the insurrection. The president bears responsibility for Wednesday's attack on Congress by mob rioters. Should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action. But President Trump Except to share responsibility. Well, the brewing unrest shortly after McCarthy speech, the president released a statement which was read on the House floor. I heard that there must be no violence, no law breaking no vandalism of any kind. This is not what I stand for. Is not what America stands for. I call on all Americans to help ease tensions and calm. Down. Just put out that statement by the president. I'd states but it was too little, too late. Donald Trump will now go down in history as the only American president to be impeached twice. The president speaking not mentioning impeachment, no true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. No true supporter of mine could ever disrespect law enforcement. Or our great American flag. No true supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans. If you do any of these things, you are not supporting our movement. You're attacking it. And you are attacking our country. Some Republicans who voted against impeachment, like House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy said he would have supported censure rather than impeachment, Congressman Dusty Johnson of South Dakota told ABC News. He agrees Kevin Nancy Pelosi chosen toe Build bridges gone with something that would try to unify the house unify the country. I think she could have gotten 100 Republican votes for center. She chose a different approach. But ABC news contributor and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he believes more Republicans wanted to vote. Yes, I think it shows you How far the president's conduct of the past nine weeks have pushed some Republicans on by, I think a lot more, um, you know, probably wanted to vote that way. Made a political judgment not to and when that political judgment for them was right or wrong will be one that only history will determine. And some Republicans who voted to impeach say they fear for their lives more from a B C's Andy Field, Michigan Republican Congressman Peter Mayer, saying that he and the other party members who impeach the president are buying bulletproof vests and traveling with armed bodyguards, all saying they feel there's no control against people who attack the capital, and they assume something similar will happen again. South Carolina Reaper. Looking, Tom Rice says his impeachment vote could cost him the next election, but says he did the right thing. And if voters decide it's time to come home, That's okay too. Now that the House approved impeachment, it goes to the Senate for another impeachment trial. The trial could begin as early as Inauguration Day. ABC News chief Legal analyst Dan Abrams tees up the potential arguments on both sides You're going to hear can't convict After he's left office and you're gonna hear doesn't rise to the level of incitement of insurrection, as defined by federal law course you'll hear Democrats respond to that, saying he absolutely can be tried after he leaves and you don't have to abide by the specific words of the federal law. They're going to look more broadly. Everything that has happened since the election day 17 Republican senators and all Democratic senators would need to vote yes for the president to be convicted in the impeachment trial. Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska has signaled she's open to doing that more from a B. C's and as delicate Terra Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski, referring to the capital siege, writing in a statement, quote such unlawful actions cannot go without consequences, and the House has responded swiftly, and I believe appropriately with impeachment and quote. Kowski, adding she intends to hear arguments in the Senate before deciding whether she will vote to convict and as delicate terra ABC News Washington But the big question mark in the Senate how top Republican Mitch McConnell would vote McConnell calling the capital siege and insurrection last week, and there are reports suggesting he is furious with the president, his longtime ally. ABC News chief. White House correspondent Jonathan Karl has more Mitch McConnell is sending an unmistakable message to Senate Republicans. End of the president that this time he is not going to bail out Donald Trump. Whether he ultimately votes to convict is anybody's guest, but he is certainly not going to defend him. This time. It's led to discord in the White House Sources Tell ABC News The president is isolated and angry with what has happened here again is ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. I'm told he is angry about the vote. That's.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What's right, right and wrong, wrong. And obviously that changes a lot. But I appreciate listen. Thanks. So called Gotta get two news. This is 700 wlw news, traffic and weather. Use radio 700 w L. Jealousy Cincinnati Will he be convicted this time around with the 10 30 report done, Rick, you Gino breaking now the scene shifts over to the Senate now, after the House voted to impeach President Trump last night, charging him with inciting an insurrection. 10 Republicans joined Democrats in approving the latest impeachment resolution, but it's unknown right now, if there will be enough bipartisan support in the Senate. For a conviction. Donald Trump will weeks this morning as the only president ever to be impeached twice after last night's vote in the House, the eyes air to 32 the nays Air 1 97 vote to impeach followed last week's violent assault on the U. S Capitol. That came after Trump rallied his supporters on the Washington Mall. Our country has had enough. We will not take it anymore, And that's what this is all about. The process now moves to a trial in the Senate, where ABC News chief legal analyst and Abrams lays out the potential arguments you're going to hear. Can't convict after he's left office and you're gonna hear doesn't rise to the level of incitement of insurrection, as defined by federal law course you'll hear Democrats say he absolutely can be tried after he leaves. And you don't have to abide by the specific words of the federal law. They're gonna look more broadly. Everything that has happened since the election day with continuing coverage. The second impeachment of President Trump, Jim Ryan. ABC News Now the latest traffic and weather together from the You see how traffic center the U. C. Health Weight loss Center offer solutions for life changing weight loss. Is that you see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step. Highway traffic looking good..

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Jeffrey Toobin fired from New Yorker after Zoom incident

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Jeffrey Toobin fired from New Yorker after Zoom incident

"And legal expert Jeffrey Toobin fired by the New Yorker. This follows an investigation is the last month's incident in which he exposed himself during a zoom call with colleagues who've been sent out a tweet announcing his firing this afternoon, he writes, He has worked at The New Yorker for almost 30 years. He will always love the magazine and we'll miss his colleagues to bin still works for CNN as the chief legal analyst, but has not appeared in weeks. Spokesperson for the CNN did not immediately respond to our request for comments on tube in status at the network

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Jeffrey Toobin suspended by The New Yorker, on leave from CNN

Bob Sirott

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Jeffrey Toobin suspended by The New Yorker, on leave from CNN

"About. Jeffrey Toobin, CNN's chief legal analyst and longtime writer and reporter for The New Yorker, has been sidelined. Because he exposed himself during a zoom call with colleagues in what he says was an accident. A New Yorker says they suspended to have been following the incident and they're investigating the matter, Toobin says. I made an embarrassingly stupid mistake believing I was off camera. I apologized to my wife, family, friends and co workers. I believe that was not visible on zoom. I thought No one on the zoom call could see me. I thought I had muted the zoom video. So if you mute on zoom, that's the sound right? Correct. It's not the picture. And you have the little icon of the microphone, which you can draw you. You can click and there's a line through it The same with that little video camera there. It's not that hard, you know? And if you if you Hit the button that that takes the picture away. You would see that right? I mean, it's Yeah, because then your whatever your alternate images, whether it's your name her Ah, photo that pops up there. How about if

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on KGO 810

"Way either. This's something that for the foreseeable future we are goingto have to live with. We're gonna have to survive. We're gonna have to try to find ways that may help us to prevent the horrific damage the horrific loss that these wildfires create, and that should probably begin to be our emphasis right now. All right, stick with us. When we come back, Kenneth C. Davis is going to join us. He has a new book. It's called Strongman. Your listening to K G O From ABC News Time CHUCK Secrets deep in the Red, the US chief executives say Trump Federal tax returns leaked to The New York Times Financial disclosures. The president voluntarily released Said he earned over $400 million in 2018. But the tax filings leaked to the Times reported a $47 million loss. ABC News chief Legal analyst Dan Abrams Manhattan district attorney specifically said that he is investigating possible tax fraud and that's one of the reasons that he wants access to these documents. Time, says the tax returns show President Trump owes a personal debt totaling $421 million, some of it coming due soon. President at the White House, unveiling an effort to distribute 150 million rapid covert tests. His new abbot, rapid point of care testing are easy to use and return results within just minutes. You'll have Ah result at a maximum 15 minutes machine. No machine is required to process the nation's top infectious disease. Doctor says the U. S is not in a good place regarding covert right now a baseline 40,000 cases per day. It's not what you want to be Dr Anthony Fauci. New Corona virus cases rising in over 30 States hospitalizations up in over 20 States Daily deaths rising And others, says state Health Department reports large scale wildfire evacuations in Northern California Sonoma and Napa County wine country. How many homes in and around Santa Rosa have burned isn't clear yet. The fire is enormous. Making a four mile run last night into the city of 177,000 residents. Santa Rosa Fire chief Tony got sooner. I don't know how many structures were lost. Throughout the firefight. Last night, But there was there was significant loss. Tens of thousands are now evacuated as an assault on the flames is underway at like stone, ABC in air. You're listening to ABC news right now, in this crazy world, you can't do the same things with your money you used to do..

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'Cops,' 'Live PD' canceled amid protests against police

America's Truckin' Network

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

'Cops,' 'Live PD' canceled amid protests against police

"News the protests over the death of George Floyd under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer of lead to changes already including on our TV's shows like cops and live PD criticized for focusing on African Americans now off the air live PD is also being criticized for never airing video it had of an arrest last year in Austin Texas or a black man healthier Ambler died after telling cops he couldn't breathe ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrams is also the host and producer of live PD we probably got a little too caught up in the standards and didn't apply different one year and kidnap and it's one of the things that we were discussing when the show was canceled was how do we make sure that while our policies coming from a good place not wanting to serve as a video repository that there should be more exception Brian Clark

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All four former officers involved in George Floyd's killing now face charges

Red Eye Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

All four former officers involved in George Floyd's killing now face charges

"All four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's killing in custody are now in custody themselves Minnesota's Attorney General upgraded the charge against our shop in the second degree murder and charged the other three with aiding and abetting this is a a big upgrade in the charge most states don't have three degrees of murder Minnesota is one of only a handful of states that that has three types of murder as opposed to but this really moves it from affected leap and unintentional murder to an intentional walk ABC news chief legal analyst Dan

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We roll into a frying this is news radio seven hundred W. well traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati stone a sentence but something apart it will be in his future with the one o'clock report I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now while he has not directly said he will part of his longtime associate Roger stone president trump says he does believe stone will be exonerated the president's choice of words and stones case combined with some recent high profile acts of clemency of led to speculation in DC that a presidential pardon is coming stone was given a fourteen month prison sentence Thursday for among other crimes lying to Congress that during the investigation into Russian election meddling ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrams says there are a few things the president trump needs to consider if he plans to issue a pardon does the president worry about the political ramifications of it just you wait I don't think he's particularly worried about that I think he set the stage now for the pardon claiming it was all you know once there and the Roger stone never should have been prosecuted etcetera this is not some old case where someone served enough time or where new evidence that suggested that the person didn't do it I mean this is a very mainstream sentence for the particular crimes the seven crimes that Roger stone was convicted a seven to nine presence nine year prison sentence was originally recommended for stone but after the president tweeted about how unfair it was the justice department intervene calling for a lighter sentence for federal prosecutors quit the case in protest and one full out resign.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And I'd love to see it happen because I personally think he was treated very unfairly president trump speaking today just hours after his longtime political ally and confidante Roger stone was sentenced to three years and four months in prison following his conviction last year on multiple federal charges including witness tampering and lying all in connection with the Russia probe it is the strongest indication yet that the president plans on pardoning stone the president goes Roger stone now showing real content the department of justice just this again to William Barr and the new prosecutors who are there have again said this was a righteous prosecution don't deserve to print me talk that is ABC chief legal analyst Dan Abrams the judge today said that stones pride in his lies are a threat to the foundation of democracy stone will also serve probation and will pay a twenty thousand dollar fine his attorneys are petitioning for a new trial now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center the you see health weight loss center offer solutions for life changing weight loss call five one three nine three nine twenty two sixty three to learn more that's five one three nine three nine twenty two sixty three the accidents right now eastbound on Worcester pike after middle park lane and the latest is on Winton road at Andover road north bound seventy five fitting out a bit approaching Mitchell you're having on up the padlock southbound thru Lachlan then between liberty in the Brent Spence bridge north seventy.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"After you've trash Bolton entrance to New York times for their fake news in the book comes out it turns out that the after they reported what Bolton said I'm not saying the trump said it I'm just saying that they accurately reported what Bolton in fact said that trump said no I think the better course of hours when I just now set the Mulvaney mud or mud Mulvaney defects so what and then talk about the other things that could have been grounds for impeachment of Obama of virtually any other president this is ridiculous absolutely ridiculous I told you that even Jeff Toobin the chief legal analyst at CNN has been skeptical here's what he said yesterday listen to this that's right you know that what they would say is that the facts were entirely different but the idea that certainly Nadler sad and and Lofgren said that there shouldn't be a partisan impeachment is it is a very legitimate point and it is a point what what you mean quoting these Democrats who just months ago said that impeachment was a no go unless it was significant by and for the Republicans often said that there shouldn't be a partisan impeachment is it is a very legitimate point and it is a point that the Republicans have raised effectively throughout this process that the the constitution particularly because there's a two thirds requirement in the Senate it were effectively but not literally requires more than just partisanship to more than just a partisan effort to throw a president out of office and let's remember what the Democrats used to say about impeachment back in nineteen ninety quite properly the president is doing a and one of the reasons we all feel so angry about what they are doing is that they are living.

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Call Records Connect Giuliani to Nunes During Ukraine Efforts

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Call Records Connect Giuliani to Nunes During Ukraine Efforts

"News as the president needs for a second day in London with other leaders of NATO the house Judiciary Committee today holding its first impeachment hearing a day after Democrats on the house intelligence committee released their report accusing president trump of orchestrating a pressure campaign to get Ukraine to investigate gel and hunter Biden ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrams says the record of Rudy Giuliani's phone calls with the White House detail in that report could be a big problem for Giuliani and president trump if you read the minority report meaning the Republicans report it would indicate that Rudy Giuliani was basically advising the president sort of broadly on corruption in Ukraine he was sort of serving as his emissary but in a legal capacity an advisory capacity this would suggest that Rudy Giuliani was leading foreign policy in the area and that's the key difference here Wisconsin Republican congressman Jim Sensenbrenner still backing the president after the release of that report by the house intelligence committee he tells CNN Democrats are setting their own president when it comes to separation of power created in the constitution second you

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Something again I watch a lot of CNN and MSNBC hospitalized you guys don't have to but you can tell by the tone and tell by the language they were very disappointed first of all the two diplomats were boring more importantly when they were testifying about how Donald Trump pressured the country of Ukraine to open up an investigation into hunter Biden they essentially admit it well these are our impressions from what we heard from other people are the people who thought that's what was going on and in some cases the other people had no first hand knowledge either and it turns out neither of them had ever had a discussion with president trump not a discussion about Ukraine a discussion at all and when you have the chief legal analyst on CNN Jeffrey Toobin saying this because the one criticism of these two witnesses which I think is very much legitimate it's not really a criticism it's just a factual statement is that neither of them had direct contact with the present ever and ever and and yeah that's a problem if you're going to impeach the president I have a problem that's kind of a Taylor never had a conversation with president trump and that's important this is their chief legal analyst and they're all talking about the for both of them on the bomb Cheryl and how unusual now on conventional it is for president trump three going around the normal diplomatic channels and having Giuliani do all of his work one thirty three under pressure the company country are you crazy in the opening of an investigation into a potential rival digging up dirt by the way he there was a descriptor he's can you look into this you guys keep saying dig up your **** and then Jeffrey Toobin goes because the one criticism of these two witnesses which I think is very much.

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Jeffrey Epstein, Chief Legal Analyst And Dan Abrams discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Jeffrey Epstein, Chief Legal Analyst And Dan Abrams discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

"The apparent suicide of Jeffrey Epstein in federal custody has sparked a number of investigations but also given rise to questions as to how it will affect the case against the sex offender ABC chief legal analyst Dan Abrams says the criminal complaint against Epstein died when he did however the legal ramifications are far from over there continue to investigate the conspiracy meaning if you actually read the indictment abstain even there it mentions three other employees who were assisting in some way shape or form so it is clear they're going to continue investigating the conspiracy aspect who else might have been helping at seeing all this time in there could still be additional charges and we may see a lot of the fact that people are saying will never be heard to never be seen now come out in public the investigation into abstained Steph is under way from both the FBI and the department of

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hit trips by three million or more. That's John slide in won't happen overnight. I understand that. But that is that is what we are attempting to achieve and that's why we need to monitor the situation, and they will continue to monitor data and decide whether or not they will include curbside drop off and pick up at the airport right now, they're going to do a test pattern in a pilot program which will allow drop-offs four depart. Trips and arrivals from four AM til ten AM. Massport says that's when forty percent of their traffic does come through. They also have made a change to the proposal. It'll be REM it'll be three twenty five for everybody who's picked up the drop off rate, which did not exist was going to be new at five dollars that will be three twenty five Massport suggest people explore ridesharing option, you'll be one fifty per passenger. If they do go that way live at Massport headquarters in east, Boston, Chris WBZ? Boston's newsradio. Right. Chris. Thank you very much for that. Update. Baltimore's mayor gets quite an unexpected wakeup with F B I in IRS agents knocking on her door. Jerry nov. The feds executed search warrants at two homes of democratic mayor Catherine Pugh, her officers at Baltimore City hall and other locations linked to Pune inter staff. The criminal investigation apparently centers at least in part on lucrative children's book deals that she made with businesses linked to the government deals in which Pugh was paid hundreds of thousands of dollars. It is. Unclear what other aspects abuse actions are being investigated. Gary Nunn, CBS, news, actress, Laurie Lachlan and her fashion designer husband must've GIO newly reportedly planning to argue that they did not know the activity was illegal in college emissions cheating scandal. That investigators are calling operation varsity blues this comes just days after Lord Janke, a former assistant coach USC agreed to plead guilty to creating fake athletic profiles for several students, including Lachlan's daughter, Olivia Jade, here's ABC news. Chief legal analyst Dan Abrahams on possible defense strategy. You can't say I didn't know the details of the wire fraud law, and therefore that's the defense. But you can say anyone would in this case. I didn't know I didn't intend to do it. I wasn't intending to misrepresent or to defraud at cetera and intent is requirement. Meaning prosecutors will have to show that they it essence knew what they were doing. Meanwhile, Janki allegedly made profiles to make it look like Lachlan's daughter was on a USO rowing team. It's eleven oh nine time. For some Wall Street news. Dow is not looking good at all. Also a business update over now to Tracy jonky for an update, Tracy Dina. The Dow is down one hundred ninety one points that's three m and it's two thousand layoffs. The s&p is down four points. And the NASDAQ is up six points that's enough to put it into record territory, and that's Facebook, and Microsoft Facebook's expecting the feds to Levy a record five billion dollar fine over data privacy investors. Thank Facebook can afford it. It's latest financial report shows users end ties remain engaged. Microsoft stocks at a record the company now valued by Wall Street at one trillion dollars, thanks to rapid growth in its cloud storage business. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Tracy. Thank you coming up in just a few minutes. We'll tell you about a new legal product meant for blind children. What would it take for you to? Get a tattoo. You didn't want a million dollars? How about a million sucks? I'm Randy from Bomba's.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing according to Muller, the Russian intelligence service. The are you was listening within approximately five hours of Trump's. Statement GRU officers targeted for the first time Clinton's personal office mother's team says the president's aids in his family also worked to spread the divisive messages. Russia had posted on social media. But the special counsel said the evidence is not show the Trump team acted in coordination with Russia here. Thomas live at the Justice department tonight in peer, we already know the mother investigation led to other criminal investigations. But we had no idea. The number now revealed in the mullahs report today, there are fourteen other investigations. That's right. David the aftershocks of Muller will continue even though his work is done. According to his report, his investigators uncovered fourteen cases of possible criminal activity that were outside of his jurisdiction. He only two suspects. In those cases, one of them. Michael Cohen who soon goes to prison. So there's twelve other cases being investigated by the Justice department, and the FBI we don't yet know about David Lau the mystery surrounding twelve other criminal cases today. Pierre Thomas leading us off. Thank you. Let's get right to ABC's chief legal analyst, Dan Abrahams. Watching this all day long with us. And Dan I wanted to get to that line from Robert Muller today. It got a lot of attention. He said if we had confidence after thorough investigation. President clearly did not commit obstruction of Justice..

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hughes. Newsradio seven hundred w wwl blue sky, sunshine, fifty nine degrees right now in Cincinnati deadly motorcycle, wreck took the life of thirty year old Justin Blankenship of Carrollton can. Duckie? He reportedly struck a car head on linear drive near Clifton drive in Madison Indiana last night. According to channel nineteen Blankenship was not wearing a helmet at the time. And it crossed left of center it won't be today. But maybe tomorrow when we get a sense, what's in the infamous molar report attorney general has it. Now, he may share his conclusions with members of congress sometime tomorrow, the report on possible collusion with the Russians was delivered. The attorney general yesterday ending a nearly two year long investigation that led to dozens of indictments, but not of the president ABC's chief legal analyst, Jane Dan Abrahams says that doesn't prove there's no evidence against the president. With regard to the president. We don't know exactly what it means. They're one of two options number one. It could mean that there simply wasn't evidence to charge him with any crime, either obstruction of Justice or any kind of collusion crime or number two. And this is why the Democrats want. To see more about the report was there a decision made. We can't indict a sitting president. And therefore, no matter what we have. It's irrelevant ABC's, Dan Abrahams. Not much out of the president today who is golfing in mar-a-lago, no tweets or anything this afternoon. The president or make that the reds are losing to Cleveland right now. Three to two in the bottom of the fourth inning opening day coming up next Thursday afternoon against Pittsburgh. The first pitch for ten and the weather looks perfect sunny and sixty six that day second baseman scooter Ginette has a groin injury. He's out of the lineup for eight to twelve weeks Xavier at Texas tomorrow in the second round of the our next updates coming up at six o'clock. I Matt Reese NewsRadio seven hundred w don't just hear.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Not only is that a big deal in and of itself, but simply doing it as a violation of the law and doing it from the White House. Remember Bill Clinton was impeached in the mid nineties for lying about an affair. But Bill Clinton, didn't you know? Right. Hush money checks while he was in the White House. So yes, of course, we're in a tough spot here because there is now very clear evidence that the that the president may have committed a serious crime wall, president of the United States and just lastly, I've been thinking about something that you said last week on the program after Cohen testified in front of your committee. You said the Republicans on your committee. Didn't do the castigating Cohen that was all Republicans in the house oversight committee doing which was an open hearing. I wonder did that did that apply today. Did the treatment of Cohen applied to Devin Nunes as well? Yeah. Again without getting into the details of the hearing. Of course, I the what happened these last two days with Michael Cohen behind closed doors could not have been more different than what you saw in front of the oversight committee with cameras running Republicans bringing posters out. None of that happened. In fact, it was fairly boring procedurally as much as question after question after question, God asked the Republicans did participate again, I don't wanna get into the details of what was said and done, but the Republicans I think are mainly I think they understand they're in a little bit of a box because you know, as they did before the American people saying Michael Cohen, you have no credibility. You're a bad guy. You're a criminal and stuff well sentence number two behind that is this is a guy who worked for the president for ten years. And by the way, was finance chairman of the Republican party. So that's a pretty uncomfortable position for the Republicans to be. Yeah. Congressman good to have you on thank very much. Thanks interesting story backhoes wanna bring and chief legal analyst, Jeffrey Toobin, Jeff your glorious reporting. Earlier..

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Donald Trump denies NYT report he tried to interfere in Michael Cohen probe

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

05:42 min | 3 years ago

Donald Trump denies NYT report he tried to interfere in Michael Cohen probe

"That President Trump tried to interfere in the federal investigation of his former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen. The president is now denying New York Times story that he asked then acting attorney general Matt Whitaker to put a Trump supporter in charge of the pro supporter. US attorney Jeffrey Berman had already recused himself from the investigation. And the times reports the president soured on Winokur when he was unable to make this happen. Auspey congressman Roque of the oversight committee and our correspondents analysts have full coverage of the day's top stories us, go straight to our White House. Correspondent Caitlyn Collins. Caitlyn take us through this truly remarkable report alleging that the president tried to influence the Michael Cohen investigation. Yeah. Wolf if you're starting to sense of pattern here. I'm not sure anyone can blame you an explosive report in the New York Times that claims that the president asked then acting attorney general mad. Whitaker to reach out to the US attorney in the southern district of New York and try to get him to unrequir- himself from overseeing that investigation into Michael Cohen hush money payments to women an investigation that is tied to the president. And this report wolf that the president today denied. Stunning report in the New York Times, claiming President Trump asked then acting attorney general Matt Whitaker to put someone who is supported Trump in charge of investigating hush payments made by his former fixer Michael Cohen. I think he's done a great job. Bombshell. Trump to nine today. No. Gave you that us. More fake news. A lot of a lot of fake fake news out there. No, I did the person Trump wanted in the job US attorney for the southern district of New York. Jeffrey Berman had ardor himself from overseeing the pro according to the times it's unclear how Whitaker responded, and there's no evidence he took steps to intervene despite telling us OC, it's that he knew part of his job was to jump on a grenade for the president still Whitaker remarked that the New York prosecutors required adult supervision, according to the times while Berman is recused from this probe. He has not recused from another that could touch Trump one looking into the president's inaugural committee the times adding Trump soured on Whitaker after his inability to make the change and he has since been replaced by Bill bar, but Whitaker could be facing bigger problems. He recently told a congressional committee under oath that the president had never pressured him regarding any. Investigations at no time has the White House. Ask for nor have I provided any promises or commitments concerning the special counsel's investigation or any other investigation. Whitaker is now under scrutiny by house. Democrats. Potential perjury today at DOJ spokesperson said he stands by his testimony and Trump is standing by him to very very straight shooter. I watched him during the hearing some of it. I thought he was exceptional since Trump told advisors deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, assured him the Cohen investigation had nothing to do with him. The New York Times reports he has since wondered if Rosenstein was deliberately misleading him to keep him calm. The extensive report is also claiming Trump's told advisers and February twenty seventeen they should say he asked for Michael Flynn's resignation because quote that sounds better pressed by Sean Spicer, if it was true Trump reportedly. Responded say that say that I asked for his resignation, according to the times White House lawyers were so concerned about what Spicer said from the briefing room podium that they compiled an entire memo laying out his misstatements the White House counsel reviewed and determined that. There is not an illegal issue. But rather a trust issue. The report coming amid headlines that former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe who was fired last spring briefed congressional leadership about the counterintelligence investigation. He launched into President Trump purpose of the briefing was to let our congressional leadership know exactly what we've been doing opening a case of this nature. Not something that an FBI director, not something that acting FBI director do by yourself, right? And that no one raised concern congress, and I told congress what we had done anyone object. That's the important part here. So that no one of Jack not on legal grounds, not on constitutional grounds. And not based on the facts. Now wolf the times also notes the president has had private conversations with Republican lawmakers about a campaign to attack the Muller probe something he's done over eleven hundred times and could very well serve as a public relations strategy in addition to a legal one will developments. Indeed, art, Caitlyn facts very much. Let's bring in our Justice reporter Laura Jarrett, and our chief legal analyst Jeffrey to then the Lord is President Trump's alleged request of Winokur to replace the person leading the cone investigation of struck to what some are suggesting could be obstruction of Justice the legal question in this case as always what was the president's intent if he wanted to have Berman on the case because he thought he was a better lawyer. And he thought that the US attorney zombie was not doing a good job that might be legitimate. But if he wants Berman on the case because he thinks he's going to protect him. Somehow, that's where we tread into the land of whether he's doing it for corrupt reasons and where obstruction could come into play. But the other point is that the New York Times lays out more. More than just the fact that he wanted Berman on the case, they lay out a month long campaign of trying to undermine the Muller probe. And

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on WTVN

"App to listen to red pilled America. You lose. Todd at the house and Senate passed a Bill to end the partial government shutdown Friday. The question is on passage of the joint resolution is amended all in favor say I. All oppose now. He is appear to have it. The is do have it. The joint resolution is amended is past President Trump then signed the Bill that does not include money for a border wall. So I'll federal workers are breathing a sigh of relief the end of the longest government shutdown in US history is far from a cause for celebration. The president said if he does not get border wall funding within the next three weeks. He will let the government shutdown again or he could declare a national emergency longtime, Trump friend and adviser, Roger stone. Indicted Friday morning on charges of witness, tampering obstruction and lying to congress and the special counsels Russia investigation after his release on a quarter million dollar Bob stone proclaimed himself innocent, but stone didn't mention perhaps the most dangerous charge a witness tampering charge. The fact that they say he's basically trying to have another person testified falsely about what he told stone to get him to not tell the truth. Not addressing so far ABC's chief legal analyst, Dan Abrahams. A state of emergency on Washington state due to a measles outbreak. At the moment. There are thirty one confirmed cases in Washington state with nine more suspected state epidemiologist. Dr Scott Lindquist says the highly contagious infection brings Ely high risk for anything from spontaneous abortions to ear infections severe pneumonia, brain infections, and even death a declaration by the governor freeze up state, resources and requests help from neighboring states. Jeff Pohjola, ABC news Seattle stocks closed higher recovering a chunk of their losses from earlier in the week. The Dow gained one hundred eighty four points, the s&p rose twenty two the NASDAQ added ninety one this is ABC news. A good night's sleep starts with the right.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The house and Senate passed a Bill to end the partial government shutdown Friday. The question is on passage of the joint resolution is amended all in favor say I oppose no. Appear to have it. The is do have it. The joint resolution as amended is past President Trump, then signed the Bill that does not include money for a border wall. So I'll federal workers are breathing a sigh of relief the end of the longest government shutdown in US history is far from a cause for celebration. The president said if he does not get border wall funding within the next three weeks. He will let the government shutdown again or he could declare a national emergency longtime, Trump friend and adviser, Roger stone. Indicted Friday morning on charges of witness, tampering obstruction and lying to congress and the special counsels Russia investigation after his release on a quarter million dollar bond stone proclaimed himself innocent, but stone didn't mention perhaps the most dangerous charge witness tampering charge. The fact that they say he's basically trying to have another person testified falsely about what he told stone to get him to not tell the truth. Addressing so far ABC's chief legal analyst, Dan Abrahams. A state of emergency on Washington state due to a measles outbreak. At the moment. There are thirty one confirmed cases in Washington state with nine more suspected state epidemiologist. Dr Scott Linquist says the highly contagious infection brings Ely high risks for anything from spontaneous abortions to ear infections severe pneumonia, brain infections, and even death the declaration by the governor, frees up state resources and requests help from neighboring states. Jeff Pohjola, ABC news Seattle stocks closed higher recovering a chunk of their losses from earlier in the week. The Dow gained one hundred and eighty four points, the s&p rose twenty two the.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"But I would love to know his thought process on that. It's right and Shimon. What are we learning? I mean, Roger stone and his attorney they've been very critical of how the FBI raided him essentially saying there was no point in doing that. He didn't need a swat team, you need people, you know, knocking on the door, whatever six AM in the mornings, right? The could've just called. Attorney. Why did they do that? Yeah. Look, I think Roger stone from everything we know in the conversations that are reporters here I've had with him. He was hoping that the FBI would call them and tell them to surrender, and it could be because of the that what he wanted to do kind of put on a show with his surrender give reporters that heads up. They had been called. And he was going to show up at the FBI and kind of put on a show as he did today outside of court, but the FBI had other plans here, they say in court documents that they were worried that he was going to flee that he was gonna have they given him a heads up that he was gonna take off the other big concern. They say was that if they had given him a heads up that they were going to come and arrest them, and they wanted him to surrender that he was going to destroy evidence. Look, I think when you look at this video the way in which the FBI proceeded here, it's almost like they were going in to arrest. A violent gang member of some kind. You don't normally see these kinds of apprehensions in these kinds of cases. But I do think also the FBI wanted to send him a message. I think he's been pretty harsh on the FBI here on the Muller team. For obvious reasons. And I think they just did not want to give them a heads up. And they went ahead. And did what they did this myrrh this morning at six AM. All right. Sam Shimon pro Cuba's. Thanks very much with you now Sam Nunn bergh's, both former Trump campaign aide and a one time protege. Roger stone also seeing chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin who wrote that great stone profile in the New Yorker some years back. Look it up it is. So some does does the indictment comport with what you know, Roger stone to have done. Well, it does in terms of the fact that rock the indictment does not say that Roger directly had contact with Russians which is what Roger has routinely said. But it also says to me between the lines being there. Obviously, remember, I'm fired on a Sunday Roger quits that Friday. I look at this is tragic for my part because I feel as if he wanted to ingratiate himself in stay relevant within a type of campaign, and that he was doing things that were not in his best interest. And they weren't because they made him a target this long. Shimon pointed out the from the diamond senior campaign official was directed to contact stone about future WikiLeaks postings, given that you works in the campaign who would be in a position to direct a senior Trump campaign official to talk to stone. Look, it's very, that's I've read all these minutes. I've been through eight hours voluntary I've been through six hours of the grand jury, and I've followed this, and I started falling special counsels Muller is very particular it could it could be for all we know the president. I don't short answer Galveston. I don't know. But there is a point that they made their that. It's quite clear not to say, it was a senior Trump campaign. Official right. Yeah. I mean, it's it's not an accident. They use this. Absolutely not. And and, you know, the the use of the passive voice there is so is so relevant. And I don't I don't know who else who else it could be. And isn't isn't that? I mean, you been around Donald Trump a lot Sam. I mean, isn't that the kind of thing he would say is that like go go ask. Roger what's going on? Look, I have no knowledge of Donald Trump asking Raj. I can't I understand. I don't want to accuse the president. But you know, what I'm saying is is that if you gave multiple choice, he would be one of the people I think that could be there. But I I the Jeffrey I don't know it's a pretty small campaign..

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Also had some other signs that maybe something was going on this angle the Roger stoning. So we showed up at his house this morning. We were the only ones there and lo and behold, the FBI agents did Kona arrest them imagine that lo and behold. Yeah, something was having a Thursday that normally happens Friday, so. We're the only ones that showed up and then when the FBI shows up they didn't kick the media out. They welcomed him. I wonder if ahead box of doughnuts and coffee for them. The FBI had doughnuts and coffee for and was it the other way around it CNN bring coffee and donuts for the FBI. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We showed up in. They're the only ones there the FBI agents say they came and arrested him, and that was really really cool. Allison. The Russia investigation big news in the Russia investigation. This isn't a Russia investigation. And it has been for over a year now later on CNN. They calmed down. Just a little bit John Berman. This is later talking to the author Garrett Graff. Groff about the arrest of Roger stone Berman says, so what are your thoughts now on all of this? It's hard to know at this exact moment is whether this is all that Muller has on Roger stone. Or is this the beginning because it is notably an indictment that's focused only on really those false statements in that obstruction. And it doesn't get into some of those charges that we would expect to see like conspiracy against the United States or campaign finance violations that could point to those larger questions of collusion. So the question is is that still to come? Let me translate. So this guy Garrett Graff looked at the hole. Where's the Russia's stuff in this? Where's the collusion stuff in this? Where is all a working with Russia? Steal the election. Where's that stuff in this? Well, it's not in there. And if this guy had his wits about him when he read the indictment. It would find out isn't going to be in there because the indictment pretty much acknowledges that there wasn't any collusion. Now CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin. Who is very much aware. What I just told you this is his spin on that. Yes. Actually, I think people will say this is yet another is term. I just heard process crime that it is lying to Mahler. But it is not the underlying offense of colluding with Russia. Now, you're not in great shape. If you are parsing, the kinds of crimes with which people in your campaign charged with, but I do think it is true that this is all under the rubric of obstruction rather than the underlying substantive crime. But what he's lying about may be the underlying crime Jeffrey, you've never heard of process crime. You're the legal analyst at CNN, and you've never heard the term process crime. I don't believe that. I think you're saying that simply as a means of deflecting its relevance and importance because I can't believe. That term has been used on your own network that terms been used since Martha Stewart everybody knows what a process cry is. You are the chief legal analyst. For CNN. This is a term. I just heard process crime that is it's lying Muller. But it's not the underlying offensive colluding with Russia. And then after some Gook, he says, yeah, I think it's true. This is all under the rubric of obstruction rather than the underlying substantive crime. Meaning collusion there isn't any. You know, the Muller knows. There isn't any Rosenstein knows Komi all these people in charge this investigation. No that there was no collusion with Russia. Now, the media folks, I can't begin to tell you because I I think these people are so poisoned with hatred that they are capable of believing. What they want to believe just like they get triggered by a make America great again hat. They look at a seventeen year old white teenager, lesean mortar read Trump had enabled conclude racist bigot hatemonger, and they will acknowledge this kid needs to be destroyed. Just because of the cap that he's wearing. So is it hard to believe that they've got all these sources they trust the leak and all this Bs for two years that Trump colluded with Russia? So I don't know I the idea that they are willing dupes in this is in possible be, but it's not they wouldn't just be willing dupes. They would be participating knowingly participating willful dupes. Because I'm gonna tell you this. If they know if Tuban these EMMY of them, if they know that this is all bogus. If they know what you, and I know that there was no Russian collusion, if they know that then they are every bit as guilty in participating this hawks. Participating in this oaks in perpetrating as the investigators are. And about that. I can I don't care what the truth is. I would not have trouble believing. They're either idiots and dunces or they are very much aware. What's going on and engaging in it? Anyway, let's take a brief timeout as we must have. We'll be back in continue. After the.

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"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"chief legal analyst" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"No more answers from the president on this one. They would make an exception. He said of Muller does ask that question. The answer is simple. The answer is we don't know. We don't remember. Okay. So the question about whether Giuliani is lying for the president. Now involves Giuliani's tombstone. Can you explain that? Well, he was asked in one of the publications, maybe the New Yorker about about the the notion that, you know, this is his legacy about whether or not he's worried about that. But the way that it potentially came across in that interview was the suggestion that he admitted that he's lying from the for the president. So I asked him if that was what he meant to say. And here was his answer to me. He said I am not lying for the president. The reason I said that everybody's concerned with legacy. I can't figure out why. Because you don't get a chance to whatever you do in life. You don't get a chance to shape the way people see it later. So do what you think is. Right. So that was his his answer to that. He said that mitt he agreed to do this for the president. He knew half the country would be angry at him. He said he's used to that from. The campaign. Remember, he was the only guy to go out after the access Hollywood tape came out that weekend and defendant. Explain it speak for the president. You said they've been friends for decades and decades and somebody has to defend him. I don't know we're calling for is the most problematic thing that Giuliani has said in recent days, but what he says the New York Times claiming to be directly quoting the president about the length of discussions for Moscow tower project. He now says he didn't even say that. Right. Well, yes, I talked about that he disputes that that the president gave that quote, he said he was speaking hypothetically, that's not what he meant. He says he doesn't it? Didn't mean any of these interviews whether on Sunday, Jake or or subsequently tried to explain it. He didn't mean to say anything different than he said a month or two ago, which is that the president doesn't remember exactly when he stopped talking about the Trump Tower Moscow project with Michael Cohen. He thought it was the beginning of twenty sixteen but they left with. Room because he just doesn't remember? All right, then bash. Thank you a lot to get to tonight with chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin USA calmness. Carson powers and form orange c- chief-of-staff, Mike Shiels. So Jeff I mean Rudy Giuliani says he's not lying for the president. But something's going on the something is going on. I think the core issue with Giuliani. Now is that the president has locked himself in with these answers to Muller these written answers, and those answers almost certainly are different. From what the president was saying when he was just candidate Trump during the campaign, especially about the issue of these negotiations with with Moscow. So what I think he's doing is trying to sort of move the president's position closer to the written answers without admitting that the president was lying during the campaign, and that's basically impossible, Mike. I mean Giuliani says the president is not upset about all these contradictions and walk backs should the president be upset by that. The there's lawyers muddying the water so much or is that too just went by design. Well, I mean, he's he's assigned Rudy this job and. You know, we know he's a tough critic of his representatives when they speak because he likes to speak from self, and it's really hard for him to watch somebody else doing this. And and and it's, you know, Rudy Giuliani's job as sort of defense lawyer is to read the jury and the jury is the American public, right? This is a political trial, and they're represent the American public is the Jerry and their representatives will decide this if trial, meaning if there was an impeachment trial on this. And so it looks like as Jeffrey said he's trying to create wiggle room for that public to sort of say, well, it could be in this zone or it could be in this zone, and we're going to find out later, and so my job is to kind of create wiggle room for him. And when he does that it comes across as awkward, and so, you know, the president has the decide how much he he wants to do as a Republican..

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Giuliani says feds have 183 recordings made by Michael Cohen

Programming

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Giuliani says feds have 183 recordings made by Michael Cohen

"Attorney may have, an opportunity or a. Problem with his. Now not so secret recordings current Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, says the. FBI seized from x. Trump attorney Michael Cohen one hundred eighty three unique conversation Giuliani on CBS has face the nation says Mr. Trump's, voices only on one, former New Jersey Governor an ex, federal prosecutor Chris Christie is not Michael Collins best interest when he, does not have. A deal yet, ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrahams says if cone can prove Donald Trump knew in advance about the Trump Tower meeting with Russians that, does potentially become significant, from ABC's this week Chuck Sivertsen ABC news just five percent containment, reported at the big wildfire burning Redding California six people killed more than five hundred structures burned fifteen people sickened in an ammonia leak at a. Bird's eye food plant in Darien southeast Wisconsin one hundred forty people. Working at the plant when the, leak occurred, ammonia using the freezing of food Richard Cantu, ABC news E., s. t..

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Jesse Randall Davidson, WSB and United States discussed on Von Haessler Doctrine

Von Haessler Doctrine

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Jesse Randall Davidson, WSB and United States discussed on Von Haessler Doctrine

"Grand jury indicts, twenty nine year old rushing graduate student on conspiracy charges acting as a foreign spy ABC news chief. Legal analyst Dan Abrahams are basically saying that she was conspiring to be a Russian agent here in the United States and lying about what she was doing here I think they were worried that she, was about, to flee, which is the, reason that they're filing these charges immediately Maria. Patina is, an alleged, Russian agent who is believed to have been operating in the US since two thousand fifteen I this is. W SP twenty four hour continuing news it is a mystery but an autopsy may shed some light on the death of a Cherokee county mama mother and her baby a two. Year. Old found unharmed in that acworth home. The sheriff's office says there's no evidence of foul play. A north Georgia teacher who barricaded himself inside his classroom earlier this year with a gun then. Fired that gun is headed to jail for two years and we'll spend, eight years on. Probation Jesse Randall Davidson had locked kids out of the outlawed last semester when he fired through a window at Dalton high school he ultimately surrendered and. Nobody was hurt WSB news time is ten to is we, take a look at the WSB marketwatch the Dell right..

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Is Roe v. Wade Is Hanging by a Thread?

"News

03:05 min | 3 years ago

Is Roe v. Wade Is Hanging by a Thread?

"To transform the rule of law and our country during the campaign trump promised to only pick a prolife judges i am putting prolife justices on the court itchy abortion activists are calling it a pivotal moment while abortion rights defenders are saying they are in dire immediate danger the senate should reject on a bipartisan basis any justice who would overturn roe v wade or undermine key healthcare protections democrats insist there should be no confirmation vote at all until after the midterm elections they point to the fact that republicans blocked brock obama's last pick for ten months before the two thousand sixteen presidential election but republican leader mitch mcconnell says there must be no delay republicans are dealing with a razor thin one vote majority in the senate that means they can afford to lose only one that's why you can expect republicans to put intense pressure on three democrats three democrats who voted for neal gorsuch his choice last time around and who are now this year up for reelection it states that trump won big george stephanopoulos and cecilia vega spoke with abc's chief legal analyst dan abrahams san abc supreme court contributor kate shaw looking to answer the question so many are asking after justice kennedy's resignation why now robie wade that's where all the early energy is going to be that's right but let's be clear there's no question that roe v wade could be in jeopardy but that doesn't mean it's going to get overturned everyone's talking about overturned overturned as a practical matter justices liked to show deference to previous opinions meeting it's unusual to say we're simply going to overturn a decision because we now disagree with if it happens on occasion but it's very rare more likely what you see is an opinion effectively get gutted meaning states that want to restrict abortion will increasingly make laws that are more restrictive and more restrictive and then have those laws challenged in the hope that those laws are able to move forward and ineffective would mean that it becomes nearly impossible for women in a number of states to get and you can be sure that whoever president trump nominates is going to do his or her best not to show their hand on roe wade during the confirmation you don't want to admit you know what your position is on any case in the confirmation process the rule is when you're asked about a particular case you say this could come in front of me and as a result i'm night i'd have to see what the facts of the case were but you've got to believe that the president is going to know a lot about any candidate that he considers justice kennedy didn't make from the bench where you surprise you were there we all knew it was a possibility but i don't think anyone in that building really believed he was going to do impart because you know he seemed to send a message with his travel ban separate writing that he had some concerns about some of president trump's conduct and rhetoric he wrote separately to sort of say you need to acting ways that respect constitutional values like equality but in the end you know i think he did want to be replaced by republican president and this was the surest way to see that.

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What we learn from Mueller's 'Trump questions

World News This Week

07:42 min | 3 years ago

What we learn from Mueller's 'Trump questions

"ABC's world news this week will begin after this. Are you hiring with? Indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com. Slash higher. From ABC news world news this week. Chuck's Iverson in New York coming up forty, nine questions for the president's clean. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting stormy Daniels payments, no campaign finance violation. So through lawful. Then the president, he North Korea summit. We now have a day and we have a location. Paradise ignites a difficult thing to watch the floor is unpredictable in his own words. Here, maybe I'll have another five years. Maybe I'll be gone before you hear this. People in events that made headlines when world news this week continues. There's a lot coming at you right now, turmoil tweets, an insane amount of chatter. I'm Brad milkey with ABC news and I'm here to throw you a lifeline. It's a new podcast called start here or are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day. We're going to give you some context, some clarity among the chaos, twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast and start here. What did you know about phone calls that Mr Flynn made with the Russian ambassador? What did you mean in your interview? With Lester Holt about Mr.. Komi in Russia. Those are two of the forty nine questions. Robert Muller's special council wants to ask President Trump in a sit down interview according to a document leaked to the media this week, ABC's congressional correspondent MAry, Bruce on what else is in those questions. The list of nearly fifty probing questions. Special counsel, Robert Muller has for President Trump lines of questioning, Muller shared with Trump's own legal team. The list now published by the New York Times and what the president is now calling a disgraceful leak Russian collusion. Give me a break. Trump insists. Molars list has no questions on collusion, but that's not true. The special counsel has questions about Paul Manafort once the president's campaign chairman according to the times, Muller wants to ask Trump what knowledge did he have any outreach by his campaign, including by Paul Manafort to Russia about potential assistance to the campaign. Muller also wants to ask the president win. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting that infamous sit down Don Jr. Jared, Kushner? Manafort in Russians, they were told had dirt on Hillary Clinton much of Muller's list centers on possible obstruction of Justice by the president. The special counsel wants to know what if I were made to reach out to Trump's fired national security adviser, Michael Flynn about seeking immunity or possible? Pardon. And what did Trump mean when he said this about firing his FBI director, James Komi when I decided to just do it. I said to myself, I said, you know, this rusher thing. Thing with Trump and Russia is a made up story N when Trump told Russian diplomats and this Oval Office meeting that firing Komi had taken the pressure off, what did he mean by that? Another question Muller wants answered, what discussions did the president have regarding terminating the special counsel with the release of those questions also came word that the special counsel has warned President Trump's legal team, that if the president refuses an interview, Muller could issue a subpoena ABC news, chief legal analyst. Dan Abrahams says, this raises the stakes, let's say it works its way all the way through the courts. The supreme court then says, sorry, this is a valid subpoena and the president says, well, I don't think so, and I'm not going to show up. That's when you have the real potential crisis. We use this word constitutional crisis all the time. I think that the only real crisis occurs if you have in the end, a real war between two branches of government were one of saying, you can't tell me what to do the president. However, maintaining he's still willing to sit down with Muller despite what his legal team is telling him. I would love to speak. I would love to nobody wants to speak more than me back against my lawyers because most lorries they never picked another. I would love to say, what is it like to sit down with a special counsel's team former Trump campaign adviser. Michael Caputo recently did so, and he's detailing the experience to ABC news, chief Justice correspondent Pierre, Thomas former Trump political adviser. Michael Caputo helped in the early stages of a campaign from Trump Tower says he won't soon. Forget the grilling. He says, he took from two FBI juice and a prosecutor with a special counsel's team three hours. Plus they weren't pulling any punches at at some points in time. I, it got kind of frightening. Caputo says the agents knew so much about his life. It scared him. They know everything here. They know more about what I did in two thousand sixteen than I do, but will the investigators after they're talking about the timing of some things that happened at the campaign and at the convention. I think they're completely focused on collusion. With Russia. According to Caputo, there was a lot of focus on the hack of the DNC by Russian operative known as goussev for and WikiLeaks, which published stolen information. This is his stark assessment on whether Muller's anywhere near done, investigating possible collusion. I'm hoping this end soon, but it sounds to me like they have more dating to do today. Give you any sense that they have anything. I believe that they, they think they're onto something what that is. I don't know. They're not messing around. Caputo, says investigators Pepperdine with questions about his friends. The president's personal attorney, Michael Cohen. Paul Manafort who's been indicted on money laundering charges. The president's longtime friend and advisor, Roger stone. The one thing he says, surprised him from the interview. It was remarkable to me that the president was brought up. Nobody with last name Trump came up at all. Speaking of the president's legal team, there were major shakeups yet again this week with top White House lawyer, tie Cobb telling ABC news. Be leaving having, you know, stay longer than I intended, but believing that the end of this month ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl spoke with Cobb about his departure from the president's team out tie Cobb, the lead White House lawyer dealing with the special counsel replaced by Amit flood who was one of President Clinton's impeachment lawyers Cobb tells me he was ready to leave almost everything that I was brought on to do as Ben accomplished comet employed a strategy of patients with Muller cooperation. Definitely. What is the right move? And and definitely the path that would lead to the quickest resolution. But it was President Trump's newest lawyer, former mayor, Rudy Giuliani who created shockwaves this week when he told FOX's Sean Hannity, that money was not campaign money. Sorry, I'm giving you a fact now that you don't know, it's not campaign money, no campaign finance violation. So they've funneled through law firm. Frontal through over and the president. It. I didn't know Giuliani acknowledging for the first time that the president repaid that one hundred thirty thousand dollars to his personal attorney. Michael Kohn ABC's giancarl with a new explanation from the White House last month. The president, flatly denied knowing anything about the hush money Cohen claimed he paid Daniels out of his own pocket.

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Trump's a 'subject' and not a 'target' of the Mueller probe? The White House shouldn't celebrate yet

State of America

08:49 min | 3 years ago

Trump's a 'subject' and not a 'target' of the Mueller probe? The White House shouldn't celebrate yet

"China hits back at the US on tariffs and stocks. Take a nosedive plus Robert Muller may not see the president as a target and his Russia probe, but sources say he is still more than a witness and the White House tries to clarify Trump's strategy on Syria. This is the state of American night. We tend to get along with China, but we have to do something very substantial about the trade deficit, the White House's show in leadership here we don't have fair trade with China. China may be targeting the demographic that has voted for the current administration. It is going to the country and specifically where the president has done. Well, he campaigned on this all those good farmers in the mid west who voted for Donald Trump and now we're getting hammered. Sorry. Hello, I'm John Avalon live in New York, and this is the state of America tonight. Not for man who loves to take credit when stock surge. The past few weeks have been pretty brutal for President Trump. The Dow is battling back from a sharp decline after China, retaliated against recent US, tariffs and fears of trade war intensified. China slapping a twenty five percent tariff on US goods, including soybeans, planes cars and chemicals. But just yesterday, the president said, ties between the two countries are strong. Relationship is very good with China, and we intend to keep it that way. But we have to do something to seriously relieve that trade deficit. We can't have five hundred billion dollar a year trade deficit, and just this morning, the president pushed back on any concerns declaring that the US is not in a trade war with China, but a check of his Twitter feed shows that even if it were president wouldn't be too worried. Here's what he wrote in early March quote, one country USA is losing many billions of dollars on trade with virtually every country does business with trade wars are good and easy to win. Well, time will tell if the president's business acumen proves right on that one, but there's another critical foreign policy issue that's top of mind for the White House. Today I'm talking about Syria. Remember when president said this last week. We're not going to hell out of ISIS. We'll become an at Assyria like very soon let the other people take care of it. Now. Now that unexpected announcement stunned members of Trump's staff who were left scrambling to figure out his strategy. Well, today we all got a little clarity. A senior administration official says, President Trump will keep troops in Syria for the short term, but totals national security team. He wants them to leave soon. And that comes after top commanders told Trump that the battle against ISIS has not yet been one at least one former army. General says, the number of troops could actually increase in the short run. You might see a slight uptick too because that's what general Bootle has asked for along with General Thomas, they know that the toughest part of the fight is after the fights over when you're trying to stabilize the communities. I think many people have been recommending that to the president. Now to subject the president has been surprisingly silent on today, at least on social media. And that's the Russia probe President. Trump's lawyers have been told that he is not a target and brought Miller special counsel investigation. That's according to sources familiar with recent conversations. But those sources also say the president is viewed as more than a witness, meaning that the president could be the subject of an investigation. And that's why it CNN's chief legal analyst says that Trump shouldn't be breaking out the champagne just yet. Trump is a subject and I don't think that's particularly good news for him. I mean, it's a big deal to be under criminal investigation by the FBI, particularly if you're president of the United States being a subject is a very serious thing. That means the prosecutors are determining whether to file charges against you. Got that. Well, here's how prominent Republican congressman Trey Goudy a former federal prosecutor summed up the crucial differences. I don't think those terms target versus subject. The only word that matters to me that criminal Justice system is defend. One witness can take you from being a subject to a target and and unless and until you've interviewed everyone and looked at everything, no one has been implicated, and no one has been exculpated who went on to say that when it comes to Moore's desire to speak one on one with the President. Mr Trump should comply. I would tell you if you did not rob the Bank, there's no reason for you not to sit down and talk to the FBI about the Bank robbery. If you have nothing to hide, sit down assuming a fair prosecutor, a fair prosecutor, and I think more is sit down and tell him what you know. Sage advice. Well, now for more on that roller coaster ride for stocks, I'm joined by CNN money editor at large and host of quest means business. Richard quest, Richard, the markets are clearly rattled, but they are off their lows for the session. Is that a sign that investors think cooler heads will prevail and that a potential trade war between China and the US might be avoided? No, no. That's a toll the situation. I think the markets are off the lows because they probably just thought it was over done this morning. And maybe when you look at the total situation in might not be as bleak as people thought, but anybody who, for one second believes that if these tariffs come into effect in sixty days time and the monkey wouldn't fall out of bed is deluding themselves. The reality is that the market is hoping praying that these tariffs don't come into effect. The Boeing is still being beaten up by two percent. Caterpillar has been beaten up as well. You've still got the president attacking Amazon. You've got three, I'm shares all down and you have a situation whereby the president tweets that it's not a war because they've already lost. But he has to send his new economic advisor chairman of economic council, Larry cudlow. He has to send him out to modify them all kids. I'm glad you mentioned that. I'm glad you mentioned because we've got a clip of Mr. Kudlow that I'd like to play for folks and get your reaction because he says, it's all big, misunderstand it. I would take the president search -ly on this tariff issue. They're carrots and sticks, but he is alternately free trader said that too. Publicly. So he wants to solve this about pain. He is ultimately free trader. This is just a bit gamesmanship. Why can't we get that Richard. We call get because there's always the possibility of not happening. If John, if this is all a massive negotiation strategy that's being done in the full glass of public and then so be it, then we will all find out in three weeks, full weeks, five weeks time that that sold at walls and it's. Well rally back up again. However, if this turns out to be an accident waiting to happen, then you've got, you've got to be ready for that. And that's what gets you can't play with dynamite on simply say, well, we didn't really expect it to blow up in faces. There is always the risk that the other side does something unpredictable which they haven't by the way the other side. So fall China has been absolutely predictable how moderate in its response. The reality is if the administration in Washington that now has to say what its policy is a, what it will do next, if John on this, if they manage to take contain it to the sanctions and tariffs announce. So everything's fair enough. But if we still getting into mine's bigger than y'all's than when teachable sage advice about not playing from economic dynamite from Richard quest. Thank you. My friend. We'll see what happens. Now when the state of America returns, we're gonna be talking trade wars and how China's proposed tariffs just might hit President Trump's face the hardest stay with. The

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Russian election: Putin heads to big win in a vote tainted by fraud

News, Traffic and Weather

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Russian election: Putin heads to big win in a vote tainted by fraud

"Komonews dot com russian president vladimir putin has addressed thousands of people who rallied outside the kremlin to thank them for their support and promised new achievements speaking to a crowd who chanted a pop concert near the kremlin marking his election victory putin hailed those who voted for him as a big national team adding that we are bound for success meanwhile social networks were buzzing all day with videos photos and firsthand accounts of voting violations in russia's election election authorities said they will investigate all irregularities and the results if needed a review of documents shows the president donald trump's son in law's firm routinely filed false paperwork declaring it had zero rent regulated tenants and dozens of buildings it owned in new york when it actually had hundreds tenants rights watchdog compiled work permit application documents filed by jared kushner's firm and shared them with the associated press in response kushner says it will take corrective action as necessary what court will hear the stormy daniels case that's still the big question and president trump's legal battle with the adult film star a nondisclosure agreement signed more than a decade ago team abc chief legal analyst dan abrahams says the president's lawyer wants the case to be heard in federal court where it's more likely to be settled when you agree to a contract and you take that hundred and thirty thousand dollars even if there are issues you got an uphill battle to try to undo it so she and her lawyer don't have an easy argument here at this whole agreement should be null and void a circus performance ended and terror and tragedy last night in tampa florida cirque du soleil releasing statement here on sunday confirming a longtime aerialist fell to the stage during its show the statement says the area list was rushed to the hospital where he later died ben maldonado who was in the audience says the performance was performing an aerial routine when he seemed to lose his grip and fall he does no movement on nothing cirque du soleil promising a full and transparent investigation in coordination with local authorities this komo news environmental groups across the country of targeted plastic drinking straws for extinction their goal prevent this non degradable plastic from polluting our beaches waterways and oceans promos consumer man herb weisbaum says seattle is one of the places trying to make a difference you.

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Cirque du Soleil performer dies in fall during Florida show

News, Traffic and Weather

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Cirque du Soleil performer dies in fall during Florida show

"Komonews dot com russian president vladimir putin has addressed thousands of people who rallied outside the kremlin to thank them for their support and promised new achievements speaking to a crowd who chanted a pop concert near the kremlin marking his election victory putin hailed those who voted for him as a big national team adding that we are bound for success meanwhile social networks were buzzing all day with videos photos and firsthand accounts of voting violations in russia's election election authorities said they will investigate all irregularities and the results if needed a review of documents shows the president donald trump's son in law's firm routinely filed false paperwork declaring it had zero rent regulated tenants and dozens of buildings it owned in new york when it actually had hundreds tenants rights watchdog compiled work permit application documents filed by jared kushner's firm and shared them with the associated press in response kushner says it will take corrective action as necessary what court will hear the stormy daniels case that's still the big question and president trump's legal battle with the adult film star a nondisclosure agreement signed more than a decade ago team abc chief legal analyst dan abrahams says the president's lawyer wants the case to be heard in federal court where it's more likely to be settled when you agree to a contract and you take that hundred and thirty thousand dollars even if there are issues you got an uphill battle to try to undo it so she and her lawyer don't have an easy argument here at this whole agreement should be null and void a circus performance ended and terror and tragedy last night in tampa florida cirque du soleil releasing statement here on sunday confirming a longtime aerialist fell to the stage during its show the statement says the area list was rushed to the hospital where he later died ben maldonado who was in the audience says the performance was performing an aerial routine when he seemed to lose his grip and fall he does no movement on nothing cirque du soleil promising a full and transparent investigation in coordination with local authorities this komo news environmental groups across the country of targeted plastic drinking straws for extinction their goal prevent this non degradable plastic from polluting our beaches waterways and oceans promos consumer man herb weisbaum says seattle is one of the places trying to make a difference you.

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