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The Financial Guys
"chris collins" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Radio show. They don't want anything to do with it. They don't want to be a part of it. And to be quite honest with you, I'm not going out for the beer because I can't stand them. I mean, if you're such an idiot. But Chris Jacobs drops a gun bill and he won't come on and talk about why. I mean, seriously, and you're a Republican. At least with Chris Collins, he had the stones to come out, although he had so great debates on. I'll tell you what, smaller government and spending and whatnot. Chris had a lot of stones. I remember Chris going out and CNN town hall meetings, remember? He wasn't afraid of that. To give credit where credit's due. And in fact, we would attack Chris and he would cost. I'd see myself on ringing after the show. I was like, you son of a bitch. You're going to attack me. That was good. So we'd have to bring him on the following week. You're right, you know? Most interesting time in my life being his PR guy, but that's another podcast for another day. Holy cow. Great man though. Great man, I love him and I love working for him. It's a huge challenge this year when it comes to getting our people out to vote. And I think Lee zeldin told me the story once when AOC got elected that in the in the rotunda basically in Congress, she's sitting there and there's a line a line. It was almost like kissing the Pope's ring of all these Democrats flocking because they don't want to get primaried by AOC and all these radical progressives. Yeah. They've hijacked the Democratic Party. Yeah. Where pro life Democrats, conservative Democrats, they are persona non grad in the Democratic Party now. You understand strategy if you were Lee zeldin's right hand man, what would you tell him to do over the next few weeks? Talk about nothing but crime and inflation. Focused on women focus on soccer moms, focus on the fact that women, when they're shopping for their families, when they're caring for their families, that they can't afford diapers. They can't afford gas. They can't afford groceries and people don't even want to leave their homes because they're afraid of crime. I would just have a laser like focus on those issues and quite frankly, I know it sounds counterintuitive to what we talk about. I'd ignore Republicans. I would not target a single Republican because you've got their vote anyway. Yeah. The only way he wins is focusing on women and independents between now and November.
SI Media Podcast
"chris collins" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Look, I've been told this is kind of obvious. It's a higher. There's somebody very high up who really likes Jack collinsworth. The issue that we haven't mentioned is he's Chris Collins or its son, who's been a longtime analyst on Sunday Night football, Jack is on Sunday Night football as host and reporter. And so there's a couple of things on that. So people get people love to throw the word nepotism at someone, and that's circumstance. I personally don't have a problem with Jack collinsworth getting the job, right? I don't think it should get you the job your last name. It also should not exclude you from getting the job. So they very well should hire Jack collinsworth and I'd even argue that it's a huge advantage to have a parent who has been in the business for as long as Chris has been that you are around it. You understand it better. You have more knowledge about the game, so that's a lot of advantages that Jack Collins were the hats. That said, when you're 27 years old and you get the Notre-Dame job over a lot of veteran broadcasters who could have gotten this job, then you need to really excel. So like Joe buck is always the one that everyone loves to point to, right? People still, even now, he goes to ESPN. He's been doing it for more than a quarter century. He'll be like, nepotism. Nepotism gets you an internship. You don't get to do the World Series of Super Bowl or no trading. So, but when you get that opportunity, you need to be up at the level. And in my opinion, these game one Jack was not there. I agree with you on everything you said about the nepotism. And I don't have a problem with him getting the job he's a collinsworth. That's not my issue. I think my issue, I know he did. My issue is, what's your play by play background? I know he did USFL. Nobody cares. Sorry, I'm not trying to be mean. If he would have done the, you know, fourth SEC game for ESPN for two years. You know, in one of those booths, then I couldn't care less what his last name is. I would feel like, okay, there's some play by play. You do the USL for a year and then you get the Nord game job. It's a very bizarre jump. That's my only. Well, I don't begrudge them. I'm just saying it's a bizarre leap to go from one year of USFL to do Notre-Dame. That's all. I don't think that NBC is doing Jack collinsworth any favors with the movie. Right, right? Like, it seems like, oh, wow, that's great. But look, he might get better. You know, they might say, you know what? We're sticking with Jack Collin. He's a Notre-Dame guy. Maybe some of you know what your name, so you know that could be he is a Notre-Dame guy.
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Smart speakers say play WGN Chicago Medicine on the religious pursuit for better healthcare here is head coach Chris Collins and our northwestern medicine postgame interview and coach a tough one obviously here but your team never never quitted this one and had some opportunities obviously to put it away and over time but really fought to the end here Yeah we showed a lot of fight give Maryland credit I thought they played very well I thought their two guards Ayala and Russell were really good tonight at heart all three of those guys had big games for them I was really proud of our fight at the end of regulation to find a way to get it to over time And then we were able to get the lead and over time and at the bottom line is we just couldn't get the stops when we needed to in a two over times We just we weren't able to secure the rebounds and get the defensive stops I mean everybody's really tired on both teams guys are logging a lot of minutes and unfortunately for a guy I feel sick for our guys because I thought we felt really hard Coach was there a turning point or a play in the second overtime that you think turned the momentum toward the terrapin Well I just thought they finally got a couple stops And part of the 2 billion we were losing guys our dijks found out we lost we ended up then losing Robbie Barron We had to so the attrition of the fowling we had some of our main weapons kind of going to the bench there with the fallouts but I thought they finally were able to dig down and get a couple stops when they needed and we weren't able to And then obviously I think it was a four point game there with about two minutes to go And they were able to eat about a minute off the clock by we were trying to get a stop and they just kept getting offensive rebounds So obviously that was a huge possession Yeah that sequence of three often consecutive offensive rebounds really kind of took the wind out of your sales and seemed to give them some energy but coach Looking at the stat she outscored him in the paint Second chance points 21 to 9 and your bench was really good tonight But I think as you said it there there are three guards who are just outstanding tonight And I don't know how you stop those guys when they're hitting the kind of shots that they were making this evening Yeah they made shots and then we put them on the line You know I mean if you look at both Russell and Ayala shot 11 free throws So you know you know Billy you are a great score you know if you go to the line a bunch and see that ball go in then as a really good score you know that shot's going to feel a little bit better You know when it leaves your hands So you know once again the free throw disparity really hurt us 38 to 18 at the free throw line And when teams are able to get into your pain and get you in foul trouble and get to the line it can be tough to overcome George what can you say more about Pete and NASA And again this is a guy that was hunting shots I know he came up with a limping a little bit there but was that any up able to play the rest of the game Yeah I think he rolled his ankle a little bit there Hopefully it won't swell up too bad on him I know he kind of landed a kind of funny on it on that hook shotty shot but he fought to the far to the finish like you would hope a veteran guy would you know in he made a lot of plays down the stretch to help put us in a position to win And I just feel sick for our players You know I feel sick for our players that we couldn't finish it out Yeah coach we feel that way to it and what a tremendous effort by your players And even some of the decisions by your staff tonight I think that flagrant file we were talking about the attention to detail in an emotional game like this speak to just the kind of staff that you have and the things that they're looking at while you're in the heat of the fire Yeah thank you I mean you know everybody's fighting Everybody's fighting Everyone's trying to do their part You know everyone from assistant coaches to player managers to walk ons the players you know if you want to be successful everybody has to be fully invested And there's not a question in my mind about that with our group You know we just you know we got to find a way to get over the hump here you know it's another really difficult loss three of our last four really especially these three home games You know we're all games that we had a great chance of winning and we didn't And like I told the guys after you know you got your resolve as being tested now Do you have played 5 games You're going to play 20 all in all you know do we do we dig down and continue to fight out ourselves out of the whole we're in right now or do you lay down and everybody has that decision and I'm very confident that our guys are going to keep fighting Yeah coach Just tell your players keep one thing in mind It was set in 1798 by Frederick Douglass Without struggles there can't be progress Yeah right Right You find out a lot about yourself when you go through tough times and you find out a lot about your brothers on your team and your teammates and this is a good group of guys and they deserve success to happen and we're going to keep fighting for that coach Thank you so much for the time We appreciate it And we'll talk to you again Saturday All right thanks All right 94 87 the final barrel of wins in double overtime We'll take a time out and come back with more in our postgame show in just a moment Walkouts basketball presented for our wintrust friendlier field on 7 20 WGN.
DSC On Demand
"chris collins" Discussed on DSC On Demand
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The Dan Patrick Show
"chris collins" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"He's a hall of famer. He's the voice of sunday night football. He was on the call for the ravens in the chiefs and this sunday night. He's got packers at the niners. Along with chris collins worth and michelle to foia. He's al michaels back on the program. Al how you feel today pretty good aragon who just basically got up as you know so twenty two. Here's something like that yeah. I'm not ready for my close up. But most of the audience is radio correct. Were like like by ten to one ratio. Would you say yeah. Yeah by the way. You're you're your hall of famer to waiting or you just want to show. You won the award. You did a podcast that you ashamed. You are not happy about getting the war because you've been you're closer to the finish not beginning yesterday directly. Why why. I mean dan. You got to enjoy every moment. I know. But i'm so competitive. Ow that when. I got the call i thought okay. You're going to go in the hall of fame. I thought they were calling to say you want sportscaster of the year. Not you're going into the whole efficient. So they like you know how this is. It's a young man's game and you're trying to you know you're trying to fend guys off and do this. You're talking about the the group in north carolina. Your work correct. Okay remember this. I got into the hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven twenty four years later. Yeah dana you got a long long run ahead okay. This is therapy okay. Because i know you probably don't go to really intensive therapy. Yeah so you listen to me. Uncle big al okay and And just hang with me. Baby just eat meat and potatoes vegetables and stop worrying about all this other stuff. Stop worrying about it. Get along to go..
The Dan Patrick Show
"chris collins" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"We're down danette for. She has the day off. Yeah we miss him. Todd who's got it better than us fritzy's off today money. No limericks no mark headlines. Yeah come on in. Spend some time with chris collins worth if you miss any interviews on the program. Go to dan. Patrick dot com. He had some really interesting things to say about matthew stafford and also lamar jackson and how he plans to attack the kansas city chiefs defense. Eight seven seven three. Dp show email address gps. Dan patrick dot com twitter angela. Dp show we stumbled upon a topic. And i know everybody's talked about this at at one point. Is tom brady. The greatest football player of all time and my point is it's he's got the resume. But i think sometimes if you phrased the question that way then you go well. He's not athletic. I mean if that's the case who's the greatest football player of all time might be bo jackson. Because i don't know if there's anybody who's been more athletic than him but he never ran for thousand yards in a season never played in the super bowl like dion sanders. Great of of an athlete is we've ever seen so i i know that we and i don't. I'm not trolling. you're not putting it out. I was just curious. Chris collins worth and i asked him that you know you look at tom. Brady's the greatest football player of all time he said. Yeah absolutely no doubt paul. Could there be an athlete at nfl. Athlete who combines both athleticism and resume and a name that just popped into my head. Was steve young for the forty niners. He was at one time the best quarterback in the game for about three or four year. Run and you know he started late. Any also had super bowls. He had winning. He has both resume. Joe montana doesn't look like a freak athlete. Michael vick is a free catholic. But he had the resume. Joe steve young had both athleticism and resume. Yeah just wasn't not long at that level long enough. I mean brady is been at that level you might say i mean i find it even more amazing that he's not a great athlete in a sport where you need to be a good athlete at least mean everybody's trying to tear his head off. I get comes down to. I see this defense. I can process this in real time. I can beat you with my arm. And i can beat you with my intelligence. I know that we can't..
The Dan Patrick Show
"chris collins" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Chris collins worth was part of the nbc teen broadcasting last night and he said something that was really interesting about the former ucla. Star josh rosen and being one of the more disappointing first round quarterbacks in recent draft history he was taken tenth overall in the twenty eighteen. Nfl draft he has thrown for under three thousand yards twelve touchdowns nineteen interceptions over the course of his career. He was signed earlier this month. With the by the falcons after atlanta lost. Aj mccarron to the season and Sunday night rosen. Had some preseason action against the browns and chris collins worth had a brutally honest comment on the quarterback. You.
The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"chris collins" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"But he's supposed to be a nice addition for them. So i want to see how lamar throws it to his receivers outside of the numbers things like that so i got him up there as well right there with stafford and to of course. Yeah i mean you know. Most people feel like rob. They know about the josh allen and baker bakers a little bit intriguing to ob. Jay is intriguing right. He another one. I think opie j. should be higher on that list chris as good as he's been it's been years now since he was a big time receiver in the league down. No daddy daddy knows what he has really left. All we going to see the guy who made that unbelievable catch against the cowboys on sunday night football. That turned america crazy about him with the catch. Yup i can remember sitting there and chris chris collins words and i said at the same exact time watching that. I'll never forget it. It was it was the greatest catch ever saw. That's what i said. When chris collins were set it chris same. Tom's investigators catch oversaw. What is incredible. And i'm gonna tell you even not sticky gloves. You know gloves. I mean we see a lot of one on one ryan did. It wasn't as impressive. What you found out right right but it was still great. But yeah i mean guys doing those sorts of things now and i'm gonna say something to your out the next day or it was. It was right after that game. I don't know if it was the next day or a few days later. The how lebron. I think was still in cleveland. Yeah he was still in cleveland. They were playing at the garden. The knicks and i was there and i was talking with the bras. It was in the scrums. So i wouldn't only one but it was reporters around lebron and he said he could have made that catch. I say what way i know. You agree receiver high school. You should've done that. You should've known a kobe. That cats what you're talking about lebron. He swore he was like yo. I'm telling you i can make that. And maybe with the gloves rob who knows but anyway i'm with you opie j. rob. I think it's actually almost sad. And here's why in his seven years. This isn't why. But i just wanna throw this out rob in his seven years why oh. Bj's only contributed to one winning really good season. That was the one year with the giants. He obviously didn't contribute much last year because he got hurt. But in game six or something like that so for all his height and brilliance and he is incredible he hasn't really helped teams win football games because great number right right he had some really great so i would. Here's what i said. It's almost sad.
SI Media Podcast
"chris collins" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"The monday night football scenario now at the alternate broadcasts peyton and eli Someone reported yesterday believe or the day before. The schefter is a possibility to be a host with those two. Wouldn't you want someone with a little more personality to be there with peyton and eli or or new york. Somebody who's more of a facilitator who's well. I think you'd want someone who could banter with them. Like i'm thinking like obviously he works for another networks. This couldn't happen but like an iron eagle. Yeah who you know not someone who's just a dry reporter somebody. I guess we have to kind of see what the show is you know. Do you want somebody who's who's kind of setting them up like. Oh hey here's a big play. Watch this you know while we're talking to right in the in the part of this right that they bring on interviewees. Hey wait wait wait. Here's a big play. We need to do to say something about this is so i guess i want to know what the show is. Yeah i just thought that the person who would be the perfect host for that show. Okay can remain. Oh living now. Sorry about that whole thing. Sorry about the sixty one percent pay cut but we're paying eli and peyton. God knows how much you actually actually would would be good at that. Yeah that would be a good spot for him. I still find the whole thing very instant because as long as limited twitter after it happened people's. Espn finally got their whitewell. Peyton manning and i don't know they they kind of did but they didn't get him as an announcer who they're sending on the road. Seventeen weeks a year and they're producing stuff. They became the co-producer of peyton manning. Show which is a different thing and it's probably closer to payton's places than it is like what you know. Chris collins were this doing on. Nbc and will only be airing ten out of seventeen weeks. Yeah so it's like you got him in this way of you know this very new. I think there's this whole class of athletes now and this probably always a case right because a super superstars charles berkeley did not always go to television after they retired. But there's a group of ethics that looks at. Espn is like. Oh that's i don't want to work for them necessarily but that's a place where i could take the show that i come up with an bel air. It essentially or co produce it with me right in all kind of do whatever i want on there. That's actually very different thing. then hiring. Somebody isn't announced right. I couldn't agree with you..
"chris collins" Discussed on Channel 33
"Are you just saying. Are you going to grow the eleven million ish. I think that's the number of people who watch monday night football every week. Or you just gonna take that eleven million people in divided into two parts. Were eight million one way or three million. Go the other way and the value of this three. Maybe that three million dollar broadcast become more valuable. And the ad. I i don't i don't quite understand that but i do wonder about it. You did also bring us to my second point. Why didn't you just hire peyton manning as an announcer to announce monday night. Football football game That's a great question. They tried that and you know. I saw a lot of people tweeting this week. Espn finally got peyton. Manning got their white whale after all this time will they sorta got peyton manning but if you look closely at this what. Espn is doing is not hiring peyton manning as an announcer where he has to go to all the games and do the research interview the coaches where they can produce him. Espn has ended up as a co producer of peyton manning content which is different. So if you look at this alternate telecast it is it is produced co-produced by omaha productions. And i think i think that is is really interesting because it's almost like you know how there's this payton's places on. Espn plus right now. There's this whole feeling that with certain stars of a certain level they don't want to go work for. Espn yeah they see espn as a vessel to produce what they want to produce. So they're not. Chris collins worth their more like kobe bryant when he was alive and doing detail there like peyton manning. Doing this alternate telecasts. You're not gonna get me on the road seventeen weeks a year but if you wanna to be the co producer of my show and i can take my thing and put it on your network now. I'm interested now. I want to be in business with you. How many how many former you know sports stars have said over the years and interviews and printer or whatever like. I just didn't see myself as you know being a being. Tv guy what they meant implicitly was like i'm not going to give up my swanky life to be a road warrior doing work to be. Okay yeah it's it's true. I mean there. There was a troy. Troy aikman was on flying coach. Great ringer podcast. Not too long ago talking about the kind of difficulty in reconciling himself to becoming a color commentator full-time in a lot of it. I mean there's a lot of really really obvious justifications when it comes to family and stuff like that he actually got the reconciled himself in the reverse way because he got to spend so much time at home and only had to be totally gone a couple of days a week then it then it worked for him but it hits it cuts both ways right and it's not you're you're right. It is a lot of work to not just when you're on the road. It's a lot of work. This is a this is sort of. I don't know if it's a no strings version of that of the of the you know traditional color commentary job but it is a there certainly fewer strings. And there's like an announcer to be named later part of this package deal rate so like the the the amount of work that one has to do is really up in the air because you could hire one or presumably more people who are just going to carry ten percent of the load or like eighty percent of the load. So you know it's a it's a. There are a lot of variables in play here. And you're right. Why why be negotiating a salary when you could be negotiating back in right or just taking back in you. Know it's it's it's a it's a totally different sort of calculus for someone. Peyton manning's level totally. It's it's ownership or co ownership and i. It's it's to me. It's almost more. Like what lebron james is doing with uninterrupted than it is what chris collins worth is doing on sunday night football And the caveat is that only is going to work for a certain level of mega mega megastar star..
The Dave Chang Show
"chris collins" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"I mean. It's i mean i remember in the beginning when we started ugly delicious. We made a conscious decision. We're not gonna do narration like there's this. We never went to compete in that way with with tony. That in the you were really bad reading ration- at the time day you've got much better but so bad at it so bad but in watching the show and kind of the the looseness of it like that's the thing that i think he was just so good at like he had it so dialed in and even when i talk to the crew just how tiny is crews were and kind of how nimble they were you know is just like a god. That's the way to do it. You know there were certain episodes. Were he'd be winging it. But that comes across like i love that part of it and so you know i think the more we can be in the moment. You know the more me. When somebody chris collins says in the film that tony figured out early on making. Tv was that the secret to it was not to be a tv host but just to open himself up to experiencing things so let us experience through them. And i think that's that's the thing you just can't lose on like just actually learn on camera. Actually be surprised. Actually you know experience things like that's real stuff and that's the thing i'm always chasing when we do it so no fake scenes. No but it's funny because it's so that that exact aesthetic that exact sort of mantras president here to like in how we're learning about tony like it's it's absolutely right like the real sense of discovery real honest things happening and it's why we love making stuff with you morgan man. Yeah you guys. While i know this is not easy to talk about. I heard day was saying. Oh god do. I have to do this to talk. Bergen about this. I know. I know it's hard. Inury talk to me for the documentary. Which i'm very grateful for.
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Second, OT Nance. End up Hui who he's got it with. 50 on the shadow gets found. Was it a shot? Now they called it on the on the floor. I believe. Finnessey. He tried to make 4.1 on the clock. That's one problem with fouling. Yeah, He got a very bad N ba. I think he's going to the line. Chris Collins, lobbying that it was Should be a shooting fell, but they're only gonna give boot two shots here, So I'm surprised there aren't reviewing that. That was that close. First one up and good 77 75. 4.1 left. I'm not sure I wouldn't miss this. That's what I'm wondering. Do you miss it intentionally Just hope you could somehow corral. It didn't look like it because it will Gaines with scores. The throw is good one point game 77 76 4.1 remaining. Freshman Sensation. Let's send him into the ballgame. Robbie Barron Eric Celeski, the junior. Is in for the Wildcats. How nervous should you be? The 1st 2nd to see the throw it in finishing bounces in, and 3.3 Duram is fouled. The only chance they had was a denial in a turnover. Question said. I guess 3.3 gives you a little time. They're going to fall again. If they make it, they don't 3.3 so long time. Well, Durham Has Knocked down his free throws, missed his first one this half that he's made the rest two shots here first one up and good. 78 76. I am young hands, Hands and Zaleski go out, Nancy. There are days young Baron doing another one here for Durham to make it a three point game. In the three pro is good. 79 76, Indiana, 3.3 to go in the second overtime dance and the buoy Really rebels puts up a three for the Thai short on that will do it and Indiana escapes..
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Pleading For them. Take a look and they will go to the monitor here. Let's see. We gotta look at it, and you know, it's not even close till well in his hands. Well, after the shot clock expired, there was it wasn't close, Joe, sometimes these things when you look at him a second time. It's closer than you thought. This one wasn't with one second. You can't bring it down and then go back up, right? I mean, There's a well designed play and But once he came down, that was it that they were remaining time. They were very defendant knew about the call. I'd be really surprised they overrule the call. You never know anymore, but that sure shouldn't take this long from what we saw. We're not wearing striped shirt, so no, you never know. But one second you gotta catch and release. You can't bring it down and readjust. They sure are taking a long look, aren't they? Yes, they are. We'll talk to assistant coach Bryan James coming up at halftime. Would be a Really surprised Bobrovsky over the monitor. Really think a lot of time, but you want to get it right? I can help him out. Should be no good. Then I listened to me that there With Western had a 21 to 7 lead. No. House Key. Tell Chris Collins comes over and ask what's going on in Bartowski? Gives him the stiff arm and says Stay back coach while we look at this, the monitors right next.
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wildcats basketball hears the voice of the cats, Dave in it. North western medicine on the relentless pursuit for better health care brings us our postgame conversation with head coach Chris Collins and coach Obviously a tough one tonight just kind of felt like one of those nights. But did you didn't feel that way to you? When the game started? I actually thought we got off to a good start. You know, I thought our guys way scored a little bit early. I thought we attacked pretty well. We did get some stops there in the first four minutes. Um, you know, and then Michigan kind of turned it up a notch. I thought, you know, they played incredibly well, you know their physicality. We really haven't seen a team this year with that kind of size, not just with Dickinson, but just with their wings. I mean, livers, Wagner. Sean Drea back to Brown coming off the bench. You know, they have long, rangy guys that I thought, you know, physically bothered us on both ends with what we tried to do offensively and then You know, they shot the ball incredibly well, you know, they Had nine threes in the first half. I thought we actually settled into the game. We got the bucket there to cut it to five with a couple of minutes to go in the first half, and then I thought their three threes Um, to finish. The half were huge because it put him up 14, you know, and then we're in major catch up mode, and we just could never get the stops we needed. We had a really hard time guarding him all night and give them credit. They're terrific team. It's kind of pick your poison with them, too, isn't it? You double Dickinson, and they seem to be finding their shooters. Yeah, they dirt there Well around it, and they've Dickinson is a terrific freshman. And then all those other guys are vets. You know, all those other guys, They're old. They're tough. They're good. They can shoot they can handle they get in the lane. They share the ball. I mean, I was very impressed without Michigan played. They played very hard on the defensive end and connected and way just once we got that deficit way. Just couldn't we just weren't able to mount any kind of push to get back in the game. Other than that one there at the end of the first half. Coach, you know when you look at it. They're good, offensive rebounding team. They got inside and they can shoot the ball. But I think what impressed me the most was what you mentioned their size. How do you combat I mean Bogner on the wing? He's 69. He had five blocks. I mean, they have so much size it I was trying to think the whole game what you can do to combat that. Yeah, it was hard. You know, I agree. You know, I thought their length really bothered us tonight on both ends offense, so, leader length like you said. On the glass, their ability to see kind of over us, you know, And then defensively with reflections, the block shots the challenge shots, you know, just when you throw when you throw livers And Wagner and Dickinson out there on the front line, and then they played Brown as well, 6566. That's a big team, and they're really good. They're really playing well right now. They're confident they're together group. They share it. Um, you know, we ran into a little bit of a buzz saw, you know, And I just told our guys that happens sometimes. I mean, it's a long year. There's a lot of games we got. We got. We got our butts kicked tonight. We got to go home. I gotta dust ourselves off and we got to get ready for the next one. How did uh, How do you keep the confidence in this team, however, that they keep in confidence? You know you're playing really well, then you have a couple missteps. The guy is just the type of team you think that they could come back mentally from this. I hope so. You know, I hope I hope that's where our growth lies. You know, we weigh do have guys that have been around, you know, and they played a lot of games and you know, they guys need to realize, man. I don't think anyone feels anyone's gonna go undefeated in this year's big 10. There's a lot of really good teams that we just play two of the best ones on the road this week, So I'm not sure how many teams are going to go in the Iowa and win and go into a Michigan and win. So we got to get home. We gotta regroup. We gotta watch them film. We got to get healthy. Get our bodies, right? And try to get back and protect our home floor. Like I told our guys, you know, we've just now had this five were 25 games into a 20 game fight and we won three of the five rounds. So you know, in the grand scheme of it, that's the way we gotta look at it, and we got to go home and do everything in our power to protect home in our next game. No. One piece of news that came as a relief to everybody. Coach was seeing Boo Boo. We come back out there in the second half, because I was a little scary what it happened in the late in the first half. Yeah. You know, anytime. A guy grabs his leg, you know, obviously I didn't really see kind of He lost the ball, and I just heard him kind of screaming in pain, You know? Fortunately, it sounded like he just kind of caught a knee to the thigh. You know, which really hurts. You know anybody who's played or competed in sports. Especially with a big, strong guy does that to you? So he was in pain. I was glad to see that he was able to come out and help us a little bit in the second half, but then I just didn't want to take any chances with him once. Once the game was out of reach. I got him out of the game and let's try to get him healthy and get ready for our next opponent. Coach..
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At the Chrysler Center in Ann Arbor tonight, Wildcats looking to get back in the win column after their loss at Iowa. They are three and one in Big 10 play chance tonight. To improve on that record on hand. The Wolverines their first loss after Nate knows start of the Wolverines have won nine straight. They have won seven straight home games dating back to last season. There ain't no this year. This is as we match in the first rank team they've played. Their big 10 wins have come over Penn State of 60 to 58 win at home on 80 69 victory at Nebraska. And an 84 73 went last time out at Maryland. A wild cats closing out a stretch. They played four games in 10 days Now the play back to back road games the come home and play Thursday right now, our national anthem. Tonight. Starting lineups are delivered by ups for the visiting Northwestern Wildcats and head coach Chris Collins had forward Miller Cop, a 67 junior from Houston, Texas, the Wildcats leading scorer. Miller, averaging 14.6 points a ballgame all on the year that forward Robbie Baroness 69 sophomore from Richmond, Virginia. Robbie, averaging just over six points a game and shooting 44% from beyond the arc. Heat. Nance 6 10 junior from Akron, Ohio. A wild cats leading rebounder, their fourth leading scorer, Pete, averaging 11.9 point 6.5 rebounds a game shooting 56% from the floor, which ranks fourth. At the In the Big 10 conference. He's coming off a career high 21 against Iowa the other night at guard. Boo Boo is six to soft more from Albany, New York. Boo the Wildcats third leading score second on the team and three point field goals, averaging 12.9 points a game. He had two points but career highs in both rebounds and assists. I guess. The Hawkeyes six rebounds, eight assists in that game, in which he shot one for eight and over four from beyond the arc at a guard chase Audie Asia 64 red shirts off more from KorAm. New York transfer from William and Mary, averaging 13 points gaming at 14, including a Northwestern best 43 pointers in the lost Iowa. On Tuesday. Chris Collins, 1 15 and 1 21 in his eighth year, and Evanston 46 88 Big 10 Marquis is three and eight against the Michigan Wolverines. For Michigan and head coach Juwan Howard. At forward Isaiah Livers is 67 senior from Kalamazoo, Michigan. The second leading scorer for Michigan, averaging 14.4 points a game is their leading three point shooter, 41% from beyond the arc 17 three's on the season. That center hotter Dickinson, a 71 freshman from Alexandria, Virginia, the leading scorer and rebounder for Michigan. He's in the top eight in the big 10 in points rebounds and blocked shots at leads the conference in field goal percentage at 73% 7th best in the nation. Averaging six points. 16.6 points just under nine rebounds, No ball game. Guard Mike Smith 5 11 graduate from Fenwick High School, a grad transfer from Columbia University, averaging 9.1 points and the assist leader. For Michigan, it over five a game forth into conference. Franz Wagner 69 soft more from Berlin, Germany, third leading scorer for Michigan, averaging 12.6 point six rebounds a game. And Eli Brooks has 61 senior from Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, their fourth leading scorer, Brooks averaging 9.4 points and shooting 32% from beyond the three point strike. Go on Howard 27 12 of his second year in Ann Arbor. As the head.
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The Chris Collins pregame show brought to you by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois the card to carry through it all. David it joined by the head coach of the Wildcats before this game with the Michigan Wolverines coach. What were your biggest takeaways from the eye will game Well, I think first and foremost, I was really proud of our guys ability to respond to the challenge of playing a real high level game. We knew we were gonna get Iowa's best shot. They were coming off a tough loss of Minnesota. They have maybe the most talented, most potent offensive team in the big 10 and on the road, and I thought for a lot of that game. We were right there, you know, And then it was a great lesson for our guys. I just felt like we had just far too many self inflicted wounds, and I was good enough as it is. I thought some of our own Force turnovers in the first half. And then you know, felt like any time and we made a critical defensive mistake. They made us pay, whether it be a three or our basket one second on the shot clock. Things like that. So really good learning lesson for our guy's toe. Understand? You know how how well and how. How focused and locked in. You got to be for 40 minutes in order to beat the real elite teams. Pete Nance carried you for much of that game, a career high 21 points. What's the biggest difference is it is an added strength experience. That combination that's made the difference for Pete. I think a little bit of all that, Dave. I think he's definitely more confident. He's definitely stronger. He's put working on his body. His experience of plan. And then I think we've we've kind of found a way to utilize him. That really focuses on his skill set. You know we playing him out on the floor and and having him, drive the ball and playing pick and rolls and picking pops and let him get a defensive rebound and push the ball in transition. He's kind of a unique player at 6 ft. 10, and we're trying to use that in a way that can be an advantage for us, and all also puts him in a position to be as good as he could be. Unusual line for buoy the other night, six rebounds, eight assists but had a poor shooting night on characteristic for him. I would think that doesn't bode well for Michigan when, when Booth last night like that. I hope you're right. You know, Boo. I thought offensively he when he when he gave what the game was given to him, which was, you know, they put a big focus on him. Iowa did they were running guys, Adam. They were really trying to They can be a passer and try to take his scoring and he did get the eight assists, and I thought he pressed a little bit offensively. You know, he had some someone characteristic turnovers took some tough shots that I know watching the film. He'd like to have back. So you know, I expect him to play much better tonight and in order for us to win, we're going to need his best effort. This is a different Michigan team. Obviously what? What's the presence of Dickinson meant for them? Yeah, He's been incredible is a freshman 71 £260. He's got a great feel around the basket. He can pass, but just his poise for young, big guy, you know? A lot of times whether it's double teams attend all those things, young big guys. It takes them time to kind of figure out the college level, and he he's been dominant. And when you put the experience veteran pieces around him with Isaiah Livers Franz Wagner, Eli Brooks like Smith grad transfer from Columbia. You know, it's it's mounted into being a really good team, and he's been he's been terrific. As a young player. We're gonna have to do a really good job on Dickinson tonight. If we want to put ourselves in position when the game No, I don't mean to suggest he's anywhere near where Luca Carson is. But you kind of play him the same way. Yeah. I mean, we were gonna have to be well, you know, when, especially when we have Pete Robbie out there kind on the front line way like to protect those guys a little bit, and so you'll see some double T angel see, some added help on Dickinson, and then we got to do a good job because they have really good shooters, just like Iowa did so. You know, it's kind of if you put a lot of attention on Dickinson. It's It's great. But then you got to be able to get out and and handle their shooters on the perimeter, And that's gonna be a real challenge for our defense. Thanks, coach. Good luck today. I will talk to you after the game. All right. Thanks, Dave. That's Chris Collins had come to the Wildcats. This is Northwestern basketball. Presented by one Trust on 7 20 W. JIA. That.
Trump pardons 15, including people convicted in Mueller probe
"Much, sir. Good morning, President Donald Trump issued a slew of pardons yesterday, including for two people convicted as part of former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and for two former Republican congressman convicted Of a range of financial crimes. Trump pardon former campaign aide George Papadopoulos, who was convicted of lying to the FBI, Trump also pardoned former representatives Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins of New York. Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson says This is a breathtaking list. The pardons that President Trump issued here really have nothing to do with the national interest or with trying to fulfill justice. They have to do with President Trump's personal proposals and personal game. Trump also pardoned four men who worked as security guards for Blackwater and had been convicted in relation to the
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Trump pardons political allies convicted of Federal crimes.
"Baghdad on tuesday nights trump also posted a deranged thirteen minute video to facebook and twitter making his full case for subverting the election and claiming it is his duty to ensure the election was fair insisting he won by a landslide and presenting c. t. v. that he claims was evidence to prove his victory in reality. All of his claims have been debunked including by the supreme court on two occasions. Critics expressed concern for trump's deteriorating mental health and his inability to accept his election loss one. It's not unusual for presidents to grant clemency on their way out the door trump also commuted the sentences of five others on tuesday. Trump has made clear that he has no qualms about intervening in the cases of friends and allies whom he believes have been unfairly treated even those who have pleaded guilty to their crimes the pardons included former republican. Representative duncan hunter of california and chris collins of new york trump also commuted. The sentence of former representative steve stockman of texas and pardon. The current state representative phil lyman of utah. Who led an atv. Protest through restrictive native. Land's call ins the first member of congress to endorsed trump to be president was sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison after admitting he helped he son and others dodge eight hundred thousand dollars in stock market losses when he learned that a drug trial by a small pharmaceutical company had failed onto was sentenced to eleven months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing campaign funds and spending the money on everything from outings with friends to his daughter's birthday party in the group announced tuesday nights with four form. A government contract is convicted in two thousand seven massacre in baghdad. That left more than a dozen iraqi civilians dead and caused an international uproar over the use of private security guards in a war zone. The pardons reflected trump's apparent willingness to give the benefit of doubt to american service and contract is when it comes to acts of violence in war zones against civilians trump also announced pardons for allies in sned in the russia investigation. One was for george papadopoulos. He's two thousand sixteen campaign advisor whose conversation unwittingly helped trigger the russia investigation that shadowed trump's presidency for nearly two years. He also pardoned alexander's swan. A dutch loya. Who was sentenced to thirty days in prison for lying to investigators during special counsel robert mueller's investigation president-elect joe biden on tuesday assailed the trump administration for failing to fortify the nation's cyber defences and called on president donald trump to publicly identify the perpetrator of a massive breach of us government agencies. A hack some of trump's top allies have blamed on russia france relaxed its corona virus related ban on trucks from britain on tuesday after a two day standoff that had stranded through of drivers and raised fears of christmas time food shortages in the
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Trump grants full pardon to Russia probe figure George Papadopoulos
"Granting 15 pardons. This includes full pardons to two men who were convicted in the Mueller investigation. George Papadopoulos and Alex Vander is one tough. A novelist pleaded guilty and 2017 is is lying lying to to FBI FBI agents agents while while vendors vendors want want pleaded pleaded guilty guilty and and 28 28 scenes scenes a a lying lying to to invent invent Stew. Stew. Gators Gators from from the the special special counsel's counsel's office office also also pardoned pardoned former former GOP GOP congressman congressman Duncan Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins, both convicted on corruption related charges. I asked Kyle Cheney, congressional reporter for Politico if President Trump pardoning Papadopoulos and Vandals. Juan is rebuke of the Mueller. Russia investigation question. I mean, we saw him pardon Mike Flynn a couple of weeks ago, which was sort of part of that long running effort. He's also commuted the sentence of Roger Stone, his longtime ally. Both of those men were caught. Up in the Mueller investigation and convicted or pleaded guilty. And in this case, you know Evander's Juan is sort of a bit player. But Papadopoulos is very interesting because he was the whole basis for the origin of the investigation. His interactions with the Russia linked figure led the FBI to probe the Trump campaign first place. So this is really the origin story of the Mueller probe and Trump pardoning him is really a shot at its existence in the first place. Other convictions of Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins essentially centered around corruption that they were convicted on. Why do you think the president chose toe? Pardon these two former congressman? This is pure, rewarding political loyalty here. I mean, Chris Collins was the first member of Congress to endorse President Trump and his 2015 2016 campaign. Hunter with the second, So it's pretty clear political payback here for loyalists and you know, doing in the lame duck when it would have been politically explosive to do it earlier. It's sort of a tried and true thing and other presidencies. But clearly what happened here, Kyle, I know that many of the president's supporters defend these decisions He's making by saying he's used the pardon less often than many other presidents. I guess that is true. But are you expecting Morva? Four? Mr Trump leaves office. I would anticipate it. I think it is fair to say he's used it less often, but he's used it more to three or or he let off the hook. People who are closely allied with him, like very deeply connected with him personally. In terms of politics. And yes, there are others out there that have not been issued People like Paul Manafort, Steve Bannon and others that we had on our watch list for a while now, so I would expect this is not the final round of the That's politico Congressional reporter Kyle Cheney. 10 13. NOW
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Trump pardons 15, including Republican allies
"President trump is issued pardons to fifteen people including three former congressman and some Republicans allies among those pardoned former New York congressman Chris Collins who was snared in an insider trading investigation California's Duncan hunter who use campaign funds for personal luxuries and he commuted the sentence for Texas congressman Steve stockman a conservative convicted of corruption and the misuse of charity funds for former Blackwater security contractors convicted in a two thousand seven massacre in Baghdad have been pardoned and president trump also issued a pardon for George Papadopoulos he's twenty sixteen campaign adviser who unwittingly triggered the Russia investigation and attorney Alex vendors one accused of lying in the special counsel's investigation last month president trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn and trump's longtime friend Roger stone also implicated in the Russia probe Jackie Quinn Washington
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Trump issues flurry of pardons, commutations
"It isn't uncommon for a president to issue pardons and commutations in his final weeks in office. President Trump has yet to concede the election. But this evening, he issued a flurry of them. They include several people who were indicted in connection with the Russia investigation, including former aide George Papadopoulos, who had said publicly he would be honored to receive a pardon. ABC is Aaron, Qatar. Ski has more on another Dutch attorney at Expanders. One was the first person imprisoned in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. He served a 30 Day sentence for lying. He pleaded guilty to making a false statement about his involvement with the report requested by the government of Ukraine, prepared by Skadden Arps law firm where he worked. Two former members of Congress who were convicted of financial crimes were also granted pardons California's Duncan Hunter. And New York's Chris Collins. There's no word at this point. If this is going to be the final group of Pardons and commutations, Mr Trump plans to
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Judge rejects attempt to block nearly 127,000 drive-thru votes in Texas
"Federal judge's thrown out a suit trying to invalidate 127,000 votes cast through drive in polling centers set up during the pandemic. Harris County Clerk Chris Collins says the suit was an attempt to suppress the vote. And so their motive is not to win. Their motive is to delay. Their motive is to confuse their motive is ultimately To reduce the odds that folks are going to have to exercise their constitutional right to vote, the judge ruled. The plaintiffs, including the former GOP chairman in Harris County, had no standing to bring the suit.
Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong
Dow up by 355 points as investors fears over coronavirus outbreak assuages
"The market's been open for about an hour and a half and thus far American investors are shaking off the fears of the corona virus the Dow is up three hundred and fifty five points the nasdaq is up one hundred and forty eight points and the S. and P. is up forty two points good morning everybody it's berry and Chris Collins with you here and you know I hate to seem like Debbie Downer here Chris but I I still have concerns about what happens to these markets when we hit that three o'clock hour that I think is the critical time three to four PM yeah you are kind of a a Debbie Downer Barry but I guess it is what it is right I mean the last two days have been so so turbulent yeah and you know there's really no reason for it to to to bounce back today I mean outside of Yosemite it's well she'll mechanisms but I mean that the the news that we had yesterday hasn't changed today and my six o'clock you know the president's going to come on Michael be close in and he's going to do his best to kind of it's kind of rally the market try to get you know get people fired up and try to ease their their concerns regarding this virus but at the end of the day it is what it is I mean people are sick they haven't really come up with a virus in anti virus vaccine just yet the getting closer but they haven't just yet so I missed a lot of uncertainty out there that's going to reflect the market if it's not today you know if it's not at three o'clock today I think tomorrow we're still looking at another volatile day but I would point out the you know people investors specifically are concerned of reports coming out of Milan they're concerned at reports coming out of the CDC saying that it's going to hit the United States but the day is something we should all be talking about as well is it is starting to recede in China right where where the epicenter was right so with that said you know there there's still an awful lot of unknowns as relates to the corona virus we've seen this movie before as it relates to viruses the world panics and then it goes away because we take precautions but this one you know is it different I don't know the answer a a bit but I will tell you if you still okay if if China in a month is still shut down and closed for business yeah that's going to have an impact a very negative impact on supply chains around the globe and they know that and and and but I think investors know that
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Former U.S. congressman Collins sentenced to 26 months for insider trading
"A federal judge in New York yesterday sentenced former congressman. Chris Collins to serve twenty six months in prison for insider trading the New York Republican and was also ordered to pay a two hundred thousand dollar fine. He had pleaded guilty. To trading on insider information he obtained will on the board of a biotechnology company Collins also passed the information to his son who is to be sentenced for insider trading. Next week the elder collins had been the first member of Congress to support Donald Trump trump for
Former US Rep. Christopher Collins is sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison in insider trading case
"Wish former New York congressman Chris Collins will spend twenty six months in prison Collins who admitted to insider trading was
Former Rep. Chris Collins pleads guilty to federal crimes
"Former US congressman Chris Collins has pleaded guilty in insider trading case one day after resigning from Congress the Republican from western New York entered the plea yesterday in federal court in Manhattan U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman spoke to reporters outside the courtroom no one is above the law that is because of our offices commitment to a pursuit of that ideal that Collins is now a convicted felon and no longer a member of Congress Collins leaked confidential information about a bio pharmaceutical company to his son the informational out his son and another man to dump their stock in the company and avoid nearly eight hundred thousand dollars in
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Ex-Rep. Chris Collins Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading Charges
"New York congressman Chris Collins has pleaded guilty to conspiracy and other charges in an insider trading case U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman Collins admitted to among other things the legally tipping his son while standing on the White House lawn Collins resigned from Congress on Monday his son Cameron Collins is expected to enter a plea in the case on
Ex-New York congressman pleads guilty in insider trading case
"Former New York representative Chris Collins has pleaded guilty and the insider trading case just a day after he resigned from Congress I hereby submit my resignation effect and with that the resignation of Collins becoming official the New York congressman along with his son and another defendant involved in an insider trading scandal involving an Australian biotech firm Collins was charged with passing advance information about a failed drug tests along to his son allowing that son to avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses it's now up to New York governor Andrew Cuomo to schedule a special election to fill
Ex-New York congressman pleads guilty in insider trading case
"Chris Collins a western New York Republican appeared in court today after his resignation over an insider trading case more from fox's when all Scott the former congressman pleaded guilty to two counts one each of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and making false statements in his insider trading case calling said afterwards he failed his constituents and regretted his actions US attorney Jeffrey Berman says
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New York congressman resigns ahead of insider trading plea
"Republican congressman Chris Collins resigning from his seat today before an expected guilty plea to criminal charges ABC's Erin to Turkey has more warehouse criminal charges against Christopher Collins after federal prosecutors here in New York charges buffalo area congressman Chris Collins with insider trading last August he repeatedly denied these are meritless charges in fact a fundraising note Collins call the insider trading case fake news meant to stop him from fighting for president trump's agenda now Collins is set to plead guilty Colin served on the board of a biotech company and while the White House picnic in twenty seventeen federal prosecutors said he learned about an experimental drugs failure Collins call the son who started dumping
New York congressman to plead guilty in insider trading case
"Republican congressman Chris Collins of New York resigns today one day before he's expected to plead guilty in insider
Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
Chris Collins to stay on ballot despite insider-trading arrest
"Indicted, New York congressman Chris Collins will keep his name on the ballot. This November despite members of his own party hoping that me won't Republicans in upstate New York. We're racing to replace Chris Collins was someone who was not indicted on insider trading charges Collins at first indicated he. He might quit the race. Now, he staying in the government charged Collins with giving his family inside information. So they could avoid millions in stock losses. Now, it's up to New York voters to decide if those charges will prevent Chris Collins from winning a fourth term in
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Less-mobile Aaron Rodgers creates 'double-edged sword' for Packers offense
"When Aaron Rodgers went down in the second quarter and he was grabbing that knee and he had to be wheeled off of Lambeau Field. I'm not a lot of got it was over. I really, really did. I said it's over. He's not coming back. It's over the season is over the Green Bay Packers are absolutely positively. Nothing without him. And this of championship aspirations has been reduced to rubble in the blink of an. It didn't Raja's obviously, when he got wheeled off the Sean Khazar formerly at a Cleveland Browns was turnover. Waiting to happen was absolutely God awful. Almost got Hugh Jackson, Five last season. He was so awful. He comes up in there. There's a strip sack about a hands of Khalil Mack. This also a pick six by Khalil Mack. The listen clear maga- Santis ago. He's clearly not in football shape, but there's a reason it's four time all pro who made all protein, both as a defensive back or does the reason why to gave up two first round picks to get. There's a reason why bears were willing to give this money, the brother, the money they will give. There is a reason everybody should have their eyes on Jon Gruden as we speak in Oakland, California. You can't pick up the phone and call the MAC, daddy himself Khalil Mack. You can't sit up there and use your salesman like approach your motivational tactics to see what you can do to convince this due to stay in Oakland. When approached. By reporters, I believe it was Chris Collins worth, but I'm not sure Khalil Mack was asked if more of a concerted effort had been made to reach him and have a conversation with him and say, look, we want you here in Oakland, cappella water and ultimately Las Vegas, come hell or high water. We want you as a part of the silver and black. We're gonna do everything we can take care you with that have made a difference. Khalil Mack said yes, he said yes and affected. He said, just all that we should need to know. But it didn't go down that way. It didn't go down that way. And as a result of it not going down that way. You see what we have before us.
Trump blasts Sessions over GOP indictments ahead of midterms
"Correspondent Ed Donahue, reports President Trump is tweeting another attack on his attorney general Jeff. Sessions the tweet reads Obama Emma era investigations of, two, very, popular Republican congressmen were brought, to a well publicized charge just ahead of the midterms by the Jeff Sessions Justice department he. Added to wheezy wins now in doubt because there is not enough time good job Jeff both were, indicted on separate charges last month congressman Duncan Hunter of California on charges that. Included spending campaign funds for personal expenses and congressman Chris Collins of New York on insider trading both have proclaimed their