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Trump says Kavanaugh is the one 'actually being assaulted' following new allegation of sexual assault

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says Kavanaugh is the one 'actually being assaulted' following new allegation of sexual assault

"President trump is condemning a new report about Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh a former Yale University classmate claims he witnessed sexual misconduct episodes against which Cavanagh is accuse after president trump dominated Cavanaugh to the court another former Yale classmate Dever Romero's alleged Kevin I exposed himself to her when they were both drunk she says she shoved him away accidentally touching him. and doctor Christine Blasi Ford two of the women who step forward during Kavanaugh's heated confirmation proceedings questioning his fitness to serve on the nation's highest court at the time the FBI launched an investigation and found no corroboration of the allegations the justice denied all claims of sexual assault ABC's Kyra Phillips reporting in

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Time names Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh on 100 most influential people list

Chad Benson

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Time names Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh on 100 most influential people list

"So one hundred of the most influential people time has their their hundred most influential people. I have heard of up some of these not all of these, you know, some of them you like like you got ninja, right? Like ninjas? The the the guy that's on the internet playing the video games. I say that he's a gamer and each one of them has has had like a forward written about who they are juju Smith Schuster big NFL wide receiver wrote his and he's in what they call the pioneers. Right. You got that? You've got people some the rock as artist Gail Gadot wrote about him, right? Like, and some most of these people I've heard of most of these people, you know, the usual Randy Malik, and Glenn Close and a few other that some of my never heard of leaders Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Rodham Clinton wrote about her, right? You got Trump and several other ones on there for those keeping score. You know who else is on there, though? And I found this to be very interesting kids. Christine Blasi Ford. What the hell is she on there for? Hey, you'll see I get right at a lot. And again, a lot of them. You're not going to know who they are. They're influential globally, whether they're titans of industry that you've never heard of or their politicians and in certain areas, but. Christine Blasi for are. You kidding me? Is this a joke? Right. What exactly did you do? I'm just curious. What did you do? Well, you know, she was setting. No, she never proved anything. She gave a half ass circus like gibberish. Couldn't remember a damn thing. Something that happened forty years ago, whatever in a place that she can't remember by people. She can't remember by people that were there who don't remember being there. I I'm curious about just exactly what it is. Right. That that to me. I just I found it to be fascinating. But I also look on here. And I said, it's exactly what you would think it would be. It's a lot of people who you don't know who are on the left side of the aisle who have all these big fancy things that a few right side of the aisle, usual cronies that are, you know, the the Mitch mcconnells of the world and stuff, but it is. I was just don't found it. I'm like. You know, I could see there are some people out there that you would say, okay. I could see why you would be on here. Influential wise when it comes to sexual assault or the metoo movement her. I don't know. I don't know. And yes that cavenaugh fellows

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Fairfax accusers break silence in Gayle King interviews

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Fairfax accusers break silence in Gayle King interviews

"About Justin Fairfax for Lieutenant governor of Virginia. Although all of the top three Democrats in the Commonwealth have weathered their respective political scandals the heat, we'll get turned up just a little bit more this morning on Justin. Fairfax as one of his accusers Vanessa Tyson takes to the airwaves on CBS this morning. That's right. The morning show. Gayle king doing an interview with Vanessa Tyson today tomorrow accuser, Meredith Watson, we'll have her say as she joins. Gayle king for yet. Another interview on CBS this morning, a sustained assault on Justin Fairfax in his credibility as he has tried to get past the scandal of sexual abuse allegations by both women, very interesting turn of events. Gayle king being the one to interview interview them in bring this back to life resurrecting, so far the media has. Done a yeoman's job of ignoring this and putting it on the back burner and covering it up and nothing to see here. Keep moving keep moving because that's what they do. They do that for the Democrats if it were Republican, he wouldn't even we wouldn't even be having this discussion because he would have been gone a long time ago would have been done. This is almost like a slow. This is slow burn here. And Gayle king turning the heat up. I am shocked at this shouldn't so surprised. Why why do you think she's doing this? I just think I don't know. I don't know what the answer to that is. I did see some conservatives who were happy to see that a mainstream outlet like CBS would be willing to give airtime to the accusations. When it seemed like they had survived it meaning that Justin Fairfax had gotten past it nominally. But here you have CBS and Gayle king trying to do their part. Let's see let's let's withhold judgment until we see how these interviews are actually conductive, but here's a little bit. That CBS has released of the Vanessa Tyson interview ahead of the head of the actual broadcast. Particularly for survivors. I think this is incredibly important they need to be heard. We need to be seen. Right. And we need to be treated as the human beings that we are Vanessa Tyson. She was the one who allege that Fairfax had assaulted her at the democratic national convention in Boston in two thousand four this the famous convention where President Obama I made himself gave himself a national profile in that big speech. She came forward in February and is in contact with Suffolk County district attorney invest Suffolk County district attorney in Boston to explore legal options. She wants to testify before the Virginia general assembly and she wants just in Fairfax to resign. I'm curious about this. Like, what does she know? What what is the thing that would satisfy her resignation from public office or that he never hold a job ever? May. What is the thing that she wants? I think some kind of acknowledgement that she actually existed. Is making these accusations because it's like the Keith Ellison story weighing we've carry Monahan, she was begging for someone to take her seriously, and nobody did and the media ignored her and she was ignored yet. Christine Blasi Ford was front and center with all of her accusations from how many years ago thirty some odd years ago being treated as if they were gospel. So I think that these women feel that wait a minute. You're telling me about hashtag me to that. All women are to be believed. But not me why not me. And I think that's what you're seeing. Here is these women want to believe too. If if it's all women will be believed. And that's what you've told us. The the realization that it's only some women who will be believed. I think is pretty startling and hurtful. If you're in the situation, and so that's what they want. They want. They want their voices heard. That's why. Well, Fairfax for his part says that their encounter was consensual when this all happened in two thousand four that wasn't forced oral sex as she

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Jody Wilson-Raybould: The woman in the eye of the storm

The Big Story

13:10 min | 2 years ago

Jody Wilson-Raybould: The woman in the eye of the storm

"Wilson abled you've heard her name in the news for going on a month. Now, she's the woman at the center of the biggest political scandal to hit Canada, and a very long time the Trudeau government fighting itself in crisis mode over this SNC lavaman scandal. Bombshell testimony on Wednesday from Canada's former attorney general Jodie Wilson rebelled hers. The name prime minister Justin Trudeau will never ever forget the right. Honorable Jodie Wilson rebel testified. The would not bend to what she considered inappropriate pressure on the part of his office to interfere in the essence Alaba in case and the she was alternately penalized for it. The prime minister asked me to help out to find a solution here for us NC in response. I explained to him the law, but Jodie Wilson. Ray bold is also a person an indigenous lawyer with a whole life and distinguished career prior to these headlines liberal MP for Vancouver. Granville, feels it all that pressure back when she was still the first indigenous woman to become attorney general a star member of Trudeau's. Gender-balanced cabinet before being shuffled to better affairs as a result. She believes a standing her ground defending the rule of law Canadians of mostly lauded Wilson rebelled for quote, speaking her truth to power that doesn't mean she hasn't been subject to racism and sexism allegedly from even within her own party. Why versus all coming from? And what does this kind of treatment say about the liberal party or more broadly, Canadian politics? I'm Sarah, VO spelled infrastructure and heath Rawlings as we Mark International Women's Day this week. This is the big story. To walk us through Wilson rebelled is how she's been treated and the significance of how she's been treated. We welcome globe in mail columnist Elizabeth frenzy to the big story podcast. Hey, liz. Hi, sarah. Thanks for coming on happy to be. We'll tell me a little about about what you know about Wilson rebelled. She, you know, she's a big deal and Trudeau's gender-balanced cabinet no longer in cabinet, but what's hers sort of Baxter. Started get here to begin with, you know, about well, she was the first indigenous woman to be Justice minister and attorney general. And then of course, she was and she was a lawyer quite celebrated lawyer in British Columbia and indigenous woman as well. And she, of course, famously was demoted from her position of Justice minister and attorney general into veterans affairs Menton widely considered to be a demotion. Although, of course, veterans affairs is really important portfolio. But then we what happened after that is what sort of I think she was fairly well known to the public eye because of high profile legal and Justice issues on the federal landscape like cannabis legalization the right to die legislation and things like that. So she'd always been quite how high profile, but this particular scandal around SNC level has really put her profile in her just in the stratosphere. Yeah. I of the storm really I have the store. Yeah. So and I really last week felt like the day that she testified, you know, she's sitting for hours in front of the Justice committee in your watching. How did you feel? Yeah. It was quite extraordinary felt like, you know, one of those moments where the entire country stopped oddly, everyone, I knew had stopped and was sitting somewhere watching this. And it, of course, happened on the same day that Michael Cohen Trump's former lawyer was testifying. Before congress in the United States, and that was a much more combative and kind of fiery weird mail boisterous. Angry confrontation. And then there came Jodie Wilson Ray bold and sat down with no one sitting beside her and her, I guess possibly assistance behind her and in front of what is I'm sure the most packed Justice committee. There has ever been sure there are people lined up outside and she testified in the most extraordinary way. Like, just very calm. Very methodical. Very meticulous. Never sort of giving away any like sense that she felt you know, angry or anything like that. It was just very calm. She laid out what had happened to her. And I think for most people more persuasive for the kind of calmness with which she laid out her as she said her truth. Yeah. And let's talk about that, you know, really did land. Well with a lot of. Canadians. And and I think she speaks her truth was the headline Tronto star the next day. You know, what do you read into that positive response to to the way that she testified? Did she have to do that in order to be credible to be listened to to be heard? Well, we'd had a vacuum around this right for round this issue for the longest time, the prime minister would say a couple of little things. And then there was you know, people briefing off the record and things and you'd get those versions in the news. But there was never there was no kind of their their until she spoke. There was no central narrative until she spoke about what had happened during this. We'd had my Gornik the chief of the Clark with a Privy Council speaking, but apart from that sort of none of the central players had spoken. And so I think there was a real hunger to have some kind of sense of instead of innuendo and slur. And background noise. Actually have somebody lay down what they saw to be the kind of accurate series of events, according to their point of view, which is what she did. Yeah. And she had the receipts. Right. She had only had the receipts. She she spills the tea. Yeah. She. Did she had it seemed to me very loyally? You know, she laid things out methodically. She had clearly kept contemporaneous notes. She had emails and texts and things like that. And never in the almost I think it was four hours of testimony. Did she divert from this narrative of this is what happened to me? And this is how I felt and she didn't use hyperbolic language or anything. But it was all the more powerful for that. For her just using little tiny. Phrases like veiled threats, and then she made, you know, a reference to Richard Nixon and the Saturday night massacre. You know in which he he needed to get people to do his dastardly bidding and went down the list in the department of Justice until he found somebody who would. So these things I think were because she spoke so carefully, and so directly it had a real impact, and there was no hyperbole. There was no kind of you out when he was testifying was much more passionate and emboldened and kind of forceful threats to democracy, and you know, somebody's gonna get killed. There's crazy culture of or or or aura of of partisanship in violence in the in the air, which I think is probably you know, I think is there is there's some act today. Yeah. For sure, but her testimony was so different. And so much more powerful for it. Yes. That's her position in all this scandal and controversy, but do you what do you sort of see when you put a gender lens on that? As a woman having to be believed. Incredible. I think we've seen lots of obviously way different context. But, you know, lots of testimonies from women who are needing to be have their side of the version of things hurt. And and a lot of ways there. It doesn't get the weight that I think you have Christine Blasi. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm Christine Blasi Ford who still has not been able as far as I know to move back into her house and is still suffering death threats. Now has to have, you know, people around her bodyguards and things and so just to be clear. She was the the woman who said that as a teen she was sexually assaulted by Brad Cavanaugh who is now on the supreme court bench in the United States. Yes. Exactly. So we do kind of I think for better or worse. Partly because there are so few women in these very high positions of power. So when they do come forward to testify for better or worse. They do kind of, you know, the intensity of our gazes upon them because they are few and far between, and I don't I don't think you can separate that four Jodie Wilson Rabaul because I don't know if you know this, but Justin Trudeau as a feminist is. Yeah, it's true. I know I thought I should be the first one and. And he had a gender-balanced cabinet twenty. She was a major star player. Exactly. She was a a major star player. So I think what's happened is as I wrote in a column at the time live by the effort die by the effort. So he has made such he's really tied so much of his credibility. I think to this idea of gender Justice gender equity, the pushing of progressive feminist causes and a half to say in many ways, the government has been good. You know, there have been there has been terrific legislation in certain ways. But if you're going to present yourself as being pure than pure and more pristine than pristine than anytime, you are seeing to step outside that boundary anytime, you are perhaps seeing to be treating a senior female member of your cabinet in a way that is not necessarily progressive or perhaps there are other members of your caucus who are briefing against her or are saying things about her. That frankly, smack of sexism even off the record, then that's gonna look really bad. And I think that's what we saw here. And also there have been reports of some really racist and sexist language used against her, you know, within the government, but also out in the world. What have you sort of seen or heard about that? Oh, yeah. There's been all kinds of things, and we had a couple of liberal male liberal backbenchers say things about her along the lines of you know, she couldn't handle the stress or she wasn't a team player. One said that her father was perhaps pulling her strings, which is just I know. Yeah. Later apologized for it. And he apologized in the house, which is good. But in a way, I actually find hearing those things oddly refreshing, because I know so many people actually think them and to congratulate about loud, like at least we get to see people truly feel and then it becomes obvious. And then we can. Deal with it. Right. And so now, you know, nobody I was actually quite surprised that we did hear things along those lines. What we've heard also an again, this is more off the record stuff is you know, that she was difficult. Not a team player. Difficult can be code, right? Absolutely. No. There's no doubt about it whatsoever. There's all these coded words that are used for women, especially women in leadership roles, especially women in politics and unlikable is big one or likable be here with Hillary Clinton all the time. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Or Elizabeth Warren, or you know, any of the American politicians likeable team player, you know, cooperative. And it's it's interesting because traditionally what women are thought to bring to leadership tables, whether it's the boardroom or political leadership tables is the so-called soft skills. Right. Soft power. So that is empathy you know, team being a team player being able to work well with others collaboration. So I think any woman who then diverts from that script no matter in how small away is branded as perhaps even more harshly than than her male colleagues would be and he kept calling her Jodi in the early days. Right. It was like Jodi, you know, it's going to do this or that. And I'm like, she's a minister, right, right? Able to you. Yeah. Right honourable. Yeah. Exactly. I'm, but, but you know, what do you see is really hypocritical on his part, then you know, you really outlined. Very well. You know, the the double standards, I think for a lot of women who are in powerful roles like Why's it as an especially bad problem for Justin Trudeau because he hasn't. This is bidden his entire brand. I so I interviewed last week I interviewed this famous American journalists in Toronto named Rebecca traced to American feminist journalist, and she was kind of golf smacked by the whole scandal. Because she said when you look from outside our country, what they know about Justin Trudeau is that he's a great feminist, and the you know that he pushes women's equality, and that has been the brand that they built from you know, from when the when he was in

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Virginia Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax Denies Allegations Of Sexual Abuse

Paul W. Smith

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Virginia Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax Denies Allegations Of Sexual Abuse

"The latest scandal in Virginia politics, the Lieutenant governor of that state Justin Fairfax continues. To deny allegations of sexual assault. Brought forth by Dr Vanessa Tyson. A woman that Fairfax met at the democratic national convention in twenty four in Richmond. Reporter Jason Carroll says that Tyson the woman has chosen a notable legal team to represent her that law firm that is representing the same law firm that represented Christine Blasi four now that's important because the law firm that is now representing Fairfax on the other side of this is the same law firm that represented Brett

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Donald Trump talks climate change on '60 Minutes': 'I don't think it's a hoax'

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump talks climate change on '60 Minutes': 'I don't think it's a hoax'

"Diverting the whole Russian doing anything install asked Mr. Trump why he said he'd fallen in love with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Hoon have I I get along with it. Okay. Okay. That's. Like, an embracing. Well, let it be in a bristle at the president said Kim has stopped his nuclear tests. And that the rhetoric between them has cool. Will you pledge stall asked the president of he'll promise not to shut down Robert Muller's Russia pro I don't wanna pledge. Why should I pledge to you? If I pledge I'll pledge and have to pledge you have no intention of doing she asked if attorney general Jeff Sessions will be departing soon. Well, we'll see what happens come midterms. She also asked if Defense Secretary James Mattis might be leaving the president said he didn't know I think he's sort of a democrat. If you want to know the truth, Mr. Trump called Madison good guy with whom he gets along very well, people leave. That's washington. How did you get home? I don't remember. I president suggested he mimicked Christine Blasi Ford in his speech in Mississippi to save the nomination of supreme court Justice Brett Cavanaugh had. I not made that speech. We would not have won. He said Democrats treated cavenaugh terribly law. Blasi Ford was treated with great respect. Do you think you treated her with great? I do but you seem to be saying that she lied. You know,

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Women's groups aim to use Kavanaugh rage to boost voter turnout

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Women's groups aim to use Kavanaugh rage to boost voter turnout

"By Republicans anger over cavenaugh, especially among women could boost turnout even more in cost the GOP the house so says peninsula Representative Jackie speier, a democrat who cites polling commissioned by groups supporting her party's candidates suburban women who are typically, you know, on the edge. Sometimes Republicans sometimes independence are leaving the Republican perspective as well. And few Republican women are running they may not even retain the number of women that they have in the house of representatives. The chain research survey of Orange County voters finds women across the board believed Christine Blasi four.

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Susan Collins, Christine Blasi Ford and Brett Cavanaugh discussed on Ron and Don

Ron and Don

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Susan Collins, Christine Blasi Ford and Brett Cavanaugh discussed on Ron and Don

"Republican Susan Collins says she will vote to confirm supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh despite Christine Blasi Ford's claim that he sexually assaulted her in high school, I found her testimony to be sincere painful and compel it, but she said the allegations fell short of the more likely than not standard West Virginia Democrat, Joe Manchin was nearly drowned out by protesters when he tried to explain his decision to vote. Yes, I'm very much concerned, basically with this actually people indoors and very much concerned that we have to be something. Had to deal with the tax. I had in front of political analyst Larry Sabato, Susan Collins was the key vote. If she had said, no this nomination almost certainly would have crashed in Burke, the fact that she said, yes means

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Anti-Kavanaugh protesters arrested after taking over Senate building

24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Anti-Kavanaugh protesters arrested after taking over Senate building

"The heart Senate building in protest of judge Brett Cavanaugh. Mind, you the judge hasn't been confirmed, but the mere thought of it after an FBI supplementary probe set people off Democrats say the report which went through with the house how to the White House and to the Senate should be made public for everybody to see the Senate leader Mitch McConnell has said no, meantime, concerns the night that the FBI didn't interview any of the people who could have Garoppolo rated Christine Blasi forced testimony about judge Gavin here Justin gillibrand says what kind of probe is that. Where you don't even interview the person making the

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Amy Schumer arrested at Kavanaugh protest in D.C.

Drive Time Sports

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Amy Schumer arrested at Kavanaugh protest in D.C.

"Actress Amy Schumer was among scores of people arrested during a protest of supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh at a Senate office building a confirmation vote is expected Saturday an endangered North Dakota Democrat Heidi Heitkamp plans to vote. No, we aren't in that kind of situation. But I do think that in several instances there was problems with this testimony based on the facts, as we know Democrats called the FBI report on Cavanaugh, a sham a whitewash and a cover up CBS has Bill Rakoff Republicans like Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley say they saw no corroborating evidence in the F B I background report on Brad Kavanagh that would back up Christine Blasi Ford's accusation that he sexually assaulted her in one thousand nine hundred eighty two house party Grassley angrily slammed Democrats for very nearly destroying cavenaugh in his words and seriously damaging the credibility of the Senate as an

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White House finds no evidence against Kavanaugh in FBI report

Garret Lewis

01:05 min | 2 years ago

White House finds no evidence against Kavanaugh in FBI report

"On the sexual assault allegations levelled against Brad Kavanagh by two women. Fox News has learned the FBI D comprehensive interviews with nine people in total and received a sworn statement from tenth. And that report the White House says shows no evidence corroborating allegations of sexual assault or misconduct. The FBI did not interview Cavanagh or Christine Blasi Ford. Dr four. Lawyer in a statement said we're profoundly disappointed that after the tremendous sacrifice. She made in coming forward. Those directing the FBI investigation were not interested in seeking the truth. Dave and John President Trump just tweeted break Kavanagh's, great life cannot be ruined by mean and despicable Democrats. We're just getting this news from the military. A US servicemember was killed in Afghanistan today. We do not have the details. How is the seventh? American killed in an action this year in the ongoing conflict in that country. And accused cop killer is in custody in South Carolina. The morning after seven law enforcement officers were shot in Florence and one of them died. These officers

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Sarah Sanders: 'This Is a Coordinated Smear Campaign' by Dems

Michael Medved

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Sarah Sanders: 'This Is a Coordinated Smear Campaign' by Dems

"Full-scale assault on supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. At her first briefing in weeks press secretary, Sarah Sanders came out swinging against Senate Democrats, this is coordinated smear campaign. No evidence. No, independent corroboration just smears. She says Democrats have adopted a policy of throwing the kitchen sink at the judge with no regard for the process, decency or standards Sanders. Also describes President Trump's mocking of accuser Christine Blasi Ford as stating the

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White House defends Trump's mocking of Kavanaugh accuser, says he was 'stating facts'

Midday on WNYC

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

White House defends Trump's mocking of Kavanaugh accuser, says he was 'stating facts'

"Trump's criticism of the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of past sexual assault. Spokeswoman Sarah Sanders was asked about Trump's comments at a Tuesday rally where he mocked Christine Blasi Ford's testimony at a Senate hearing, the president was stating the facts, frankly, facts that were included in special prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell's report. He was stating facts that were given during Dr Ford's testimony in the Senate has to make a decision based on those facts in whether or not they see judge Cavin all to be qualified to hold the position on the supreme court. Sanders says Kavanagh's detractors have made false and baseless allegations in a coordinated smear campaign to

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Connie Chung breaks silence about sexual assault by her doctor 50 years ago: 'I have kept my dirty little secret to myself'

Mark Levin

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Connie Chung breaks silence about sexual assault by her doctor 50 years ago: 'I have kept my dirty little secret to myself'

"Anchor Connie Chung reveals that sexual assault from decades ago in an open letter to Dr Christine Blasi Ford published in the Washington Post Chung says her trusted family doctor molested her fifty years ago, and she kept my dirty little secret to myself. She said much like Ford's exact eighteen year fuzzy, but she added details of the event or vivid forever seared in my memory writing. Am I sure who did it? One hundred percent Chung says she went to her family, doctor while in college for birth control pills. And what started as a routine gynecological examination soon became a sexual assault that left her

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President, Christine Blasi Ford and Commissioner James O'Neill discussed on Tony and Dwight

Tony and Dwight

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

President, Christine Blasi Ford and Commissioner James O'Neill discussed on Tony and Dwight

"Has more. After President Trump said this about Christine Blasi Ford's testimony. Did you get home? I don't remember. How did you get there in New York City? Police Commissioner James O'Neill was asked whether the president's remarks or the tone of the

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Jeff Flake, Brad Kavanagh and President discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Jeff Flake, Brad Kavanagh and President discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Reactions can be sharp when the topic is supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh and the woman who accused him of sexual assault. I thought she was handled. Respectfully, I thought cavenaugh was treated like crap. South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham at a DC speaking event, then there was what President Trump said last night at a Mississippi rally, get home. I don't remember. How did you get there? Remember where is the place? I don't remember. How many years ago was his mocking of Christine Blasi Ford's account, drew? Cheers. But rebuke from Arizona Republican Jeff flake on NBC's today show, there's no time and no place for remarks like that to discuss something this sensitive at a political rally is just not right. White House aide Kellyanne Conway suggests the gloves are off. He's been treated like a Faberge by all of us beginning with me and the president he's pointing out factual inconsistencies. Do you have corroboration for her claims? Have you found excuse making you fill in her memory, gaps are Inc. Her

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Flake calls Trump’s mocking of Ford ‘appalling’

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Flake calls Trump’s mocking of Ford ‘appalling’

"First time, President Trump openly mocked Dr Christine Blasi Ford who has accused supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school, the president who previously described Ford's testimony as credible and compelling, ridiculed her stories missing detail, Ford's lawyer says the attack was vicious and vile Republican Senator Jeff flake who could provide the pivotal vote on Kavanagh's confirmation tells NBC's today show, there's no time and no place for remarks like that discussing something this sensitive at a political rally is just. Just not right. Right. I wish we had done. Another swing Republican Susan Collins calls the president's remarks just plain

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Christine Blasi Ford. This is why colga more stores following Nordstrom IKEA's lead of closing up thanksgiving. Nobody likes to work on thanksgiving and the as our New York for the wildcard playoff tonight. KCBS news time four thirty one CBS news update. President Trump gets laughs and cheers from supporters when he mimics the woman who accuses Brad Kavanagh of attacking her. The president's comments came at a political rally in Mississippi last night. Correspondent major Garrett for the first time President Trump openly mocked Dr Christine Blasi Ford who has accused supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school the president who previously described Fords. Testimony as credible and compelling ridiculed. Her stories missing details. What neighborhood was it? And I don't know where's the house? Ford's attorney calls, the comments vicious and vile. Republican leaders say they're eager to move ahead with a vote this week on Kavanagh's nomination. South Carolina's Lindsey Graham says the count will come as soon as the FBI wraps up and extended investigation news summary, give it to let them look at it through lose CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news time four thirty two. As the news watch continues this morning. Donald Trump built his fame on his fortune. But there are new questions about where that fortune came from CBS news correspondent Jiang reports. Trump proudly presents himself as a self made billionaire. I got a small loan started a business, and it's now worth billions and billions and billions of dollars. But according to adjust published New York Times investigation that president was given or inherited a large portion of his father's real estate fortunes worth at least four hundred thirteen million dollars today, and the paper writes, he helped his parents dodge taxes, I got a very very small loan from my father many years ago. I built that into a massive empire. And I paid my father back that loan. Mr. Trump has said that loan totalled one million dollars. But the times found he received nearly sixty one million dollars, which he did not pay back in full the article also details numerous schemes by the Trump family to help Mr. Trump's parents lower their tax burden including setting up a sham corporation to hide millions of dollars in gifts and drawing up the plan to undervalue real estate holdings on tax returns, Charles harder. An attorney for the president said in a statement, the allegations of fraud and tax evasion are one hundred percent false and highly defamatory the New York state tax department said it is reviewing the allegations in the times article former treasury department official Beth Shapiro Kaufman. So if they were under reporting the gifts, then they'd underpaid the gift tax, and that would be something of interest to the New York tax authorities and to the federal tax authorities, President Trump's political opponents. Have long called on him to.

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White House tells F.B.I. to interview anyone necessary for Kavanaugh inquiry

America in the Morning

01:02 min | 2 years ago

White House tells F.B.I. to interview anyone necessary for Kavanaugh inquiry

"The president gives the FBI the okay to go wider in the Brett Kavanagh investigation ever had a problem. All of a sudden, oh, let's go back to high school. They maybe should go before high school. Mr. Trump speaking at a political rally in Tennessee after authorizing the F B I to expand its background check on his supreme court nominee to include any one of three claims of sexual misconduct. CBS's Laura Podesta Democrats and the White House a list of twenty four people. They say should be interviewed Illinois Senator dick Durbin says Republicans are trying to push Cavanaugh through timetable was seven days, and I know that Senator McConnell's in a hurry in a big hurry. He wants to get this done right away. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell scheduled a confirmation vote for Friday. The same day. The FBI is expected to turn in the results of the investigation yesterday FBI agents interviewed Kavanagh's prep school classmate. Mark judge who said previously. He doesn't remember anything about an attack on Christine Blasi Ford at a party when they were

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Christine Blasi for the California professor accusing supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. When they were teenagers is set to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee today, then Cavanaugh we'll get a chance to respond. Stephanie Ramos has details today. Senators will each have five minutes to question Ford and cavenaugh for Republicans on the committee, all of whom are men. Those five minutes can be given to Rachel Mitchell. A sex crimes prosecutor they hire to question. The witnesses lousy Ford is one of three named accusers who have gone public with separate allegations of sexual misconduct against cavenaugh. The Senate Judiciary committee says it is reviewing new accusations in a sworn affidavit released yesterday. Julie's sweat Nick claims when she and Cavanaugh were teams they attended the same parties and alleged the cavenaugh drank excessively and was abusive and physically aggressive toward girls. More from ABC's. Terry moran. ABC news has been unable to corroborate sweat Knicks allegations her lawyer, Michael avenue ATI who also represents porn star. Our stormy Daniels in her legal battles with president. Trump defended sweat, Nick on the view. This declaration are specific. They are shocking. But above all else. They are true cavenaugh quickly released a statement, this is ridiculous and from the twilight zone, I don't know who this is. And this never happened. President Trump question the timing of the allegations says he'll he also says you'll be watching the hearings today, and these scheduled to meet with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein whose job maybe on the line in Trump saying he would prefer to keep rod Rosenstein on the job and may delay their meeting Thursday during the new cavenaugh testimony. 'cause I don't wanna do anything that gets in the way of this very important supreme court pick, the president says Christine, Blasi Ford's testimony could change his mind, which would then lead to him. Pulling judge Kavanagh's nomination. Andy Field ABC news. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time is four. Oh, two. There's another accusation with Colorado ties be leveled against US spring court nominee Brett Cavanaugh..

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Offense at ten thirty s. Talon Colorado's morning news now on Colorado's morning news. The federal political battle over sexual assault allegations against the court nominee. Brett Kavanagh really comes to a head this Thursday. He and his accuser Christine Blasi Ford will testify on Capitol Hill Huffington Post, Washington bureau chief Amanda terkel has been covering this story extensively and it sounds like Ford, we'll go first, but what's the overall process for Thursday? What are you learning? Some of the terms are still being negotiated. Honestly. So what we don't know who is going to be questioning and for the senators of south, which is usually done or the senators bring in their staff members or an outside counsel and the benefit of that for Republicans is that the Republican senators are all men, and they don't wanna look like they're bullying today may bring in some women to question, which I don't know if that will fly with everyone I was gonna say in Dr fort sounds like she doesn't want that either. She wants to be questioned by the senators, she does she doesn't really think it's fair. You know, the senators are going to be the one to vote. And are the ones considering Cavanaugh for the cream court. So she thinks that they should be the ones questioning, and it's sort of their problem if they didn't put any women on the committee. So that's still being worked out if they decide and suspicious, especially the senators and the president decide cavenaugh looks more credible. Maybe than four does how soon could vote beyond his confirmation. I mean, it could be really really soon. I mean Republicans because they control the majority they have a lot of latitude when they could vote. So if they and right now, it looks like that's what they want to do. So after the hearing on Thursday, they could push for votes max week if they want and Democrats can object, you know, other things that could slow this down is if more people with allegations against cavenaugh come forward and Democrats could try to delay a little bit more. But yeah, we could see a vote pretty soon and Republicans obviously want him on the court finish possible. Yeah. So the extra accusers if they're coming out that complicates things. I imagine lease from from overarching perspective for Thursday. It does. I mean, we've had since Christine Blasi four came out recently on Sunday evening. The New Yorker published a piece for the new allegation about Brad cabinets. Luckily, exposing himself to a woman while they were at Yale. And it's not clear she will be testifying anytime soon either Thursday or some other time, but Republicans are really resistant to delaying this anymore. They say Democrats trying to dumb things up and for the process out. Democrats say look, you know, these women are coming or they deserve to be heard happen out with get to serve on the supreme court for life. This is a very serious position post Washington bureau chief Amanda terkel, Dr Ford will be questioned by female lawyer appointed by the GOP that was just revealed in the Senate Judiciary committee has said a vote for Friday five twenty five little money news now here on Colorado's.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Testimony of Dr Christine Blasi Ford will occur on Thursday. That's when she'll tell her story about an alleged sexual assault by supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh thirty six years ago when they were in high school on face the nation, South Carolina, Republican Trey Goudy said he believes she'll be treated with respect the American people, regardless of whether you're Republican or democrat expect these witnesses to be treated fairly, and I'm confident that they will be CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn says it will be a day of high drama on Capitol Hill. Nation is going to be riveted. No, you have a supreme court nomination. Lifetime appointment, he's accused of sexually assaulting somebody. When he was young you're going to have Christine Blasi Ford out there talking about her experience with Brad Kavanagh, Brad Kavanagh denying it. It's going to be high-drama at every moment. CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. Senate Democratic leader New York, Senator Chuck Schumer and the top democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee, California, Senator Dianne Feinstein challenge. President Trump over his claim he wants to get to the bottom of Christine Blasi Ford's accusation against Brad Kavanagh. They wrote President Trump saying the FBI should investigate Ford's claim. Now, they say the FBI has more than enough time before Ford and cavenaugh testify Thursday. Otherwise, they say Trump's comment, quote is merely lip-service unless you're willing to direct the FBI to investigate the actions of Christine Blasi Ford before she ever sent a letter about. But cavenaugh speak to her credibility says New York's junior Senator Kirsten gillibrand, I think her allegations are credible. And I believe her New York Senator democrat Kirstin gillibrand says each action Christine Blasi Ford has taken so far leads her to believe Blasi Ford when she says Brett Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her. Trauma stays with you your whole life. And so I'm not surprised that she was talking to her therapist five years ago when she's in her forties with her husband because she's struggling or talked about it with a friend a year ago or talked about it with a reporter before Cavanaugh was even named those are the hallmarks of truth. That is someone who is telling the truth agility and says, she does not believe cavenaugh because he's doing the opposite. And he's not calling for an FBI investigation to clear his name, Jill brand, also disputes, the Republican argument that the FBI has no role in this matter stating that this new information from Blasi Ford's accusations means the FBI's previous background. Check was not completed. Laguardia community college might smells WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the New York Times now reports Kavanagh's legal team has produced a personal calendar. They claim as Kavanagh's from nineteen eighty two when he was a senior in high school, and it doesn't show the suspect party on it. But they acknowledge it doesn't disprove Dr Blasi Ford's allegation. It doesn't mean he didn't attend the party. Just didn't write it on the calendar. Four hundred thirty five seats in the house of representatives. A majority is two hundred eighteen seats CBS news, director of elections. Anthony Silvano hotel CBS's face the nation that according to his latest polls. The Democrats are in the position to take a majority, but the margin of error is wide. We've got our estimate that would have them at two hundred and twenty four seats if the election were held today, there's a margin of error on that though, it's twelve seats or about five percent of the whole house and there are scenarios plausible scenarios under which the Republicans get see some democratic gains. But hang on where the Republicans hang on. President Donald Trump's poised to redouble his commitment to America first at the UN general assembly this week, Trump will stress his dedication to the primacy of US interests while competing with western allies for an advantage on trade. Trouble preside over the fifteen member Security Council to denounce Iran for what it sees as hostile regional behavior and Trump plans to spotlight this threat. He says Iran poses to the Middle East and beyond more now from CBS news foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Falk, the American presidents presence at the UN carries extra weight this year as the US currently holds the monthly rotating chair of the Security Council and the most intriguing event maybe President Trump's Charing of a council meeting with presidents prime ministers and foreign ministers from Britain, France, Russia and China his first time wielding, the UN gavel. Allegations of a criminal underworld run by professors at John Jay college of criminal Justice, the post in the times reporting to women one a student. The other an adjunct professor filed title nine complaints with the school alleging four professors ran a criminal underworld called the swamp where professors would proposition students for sex and use drugs with them. The student accuses one of four professors of rape attorneys for three of the d- deny the allegations weren't even claiming this is revenge for not being accepted into a PHD program, swastikas anti-semitic slurs and profanity were sprayed on a sign for congressman. Josh got Heimer and the home of his supporter in Hampton township New Jersey got Heimer who's a democrat and his Jewish is running for reelection. Steve burns reports. It's not the first time. This has happened. Congressman Josh God Heimer who is Jewish said he was the subject of an anti semitic attack. When he first ran two years ago. And he learned then you they win. He says he's not letting it happen. This time either. Someone wrote vote maga- go to Kelly Dem's on a God Heimer campaign sign vendor a swastika on the houses garage door in Sussex county, other signs in the neighborhood were also defaced got Heimer says state police are investigating the just. The family got Amer says called and said they want to put another sign up. Right back up and said, this is what our country's great attorney. John McCain got hammers opponent condemned. The messages in a statement and blamed Democrats like Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer for quotes spreading messages of hate. Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty right now..

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"christine blasi" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Lawyers for Dr Christine Blasi Ford have committed to an open Senate Judiciary committee hearing for this Thursday. Although the statement adds that certain procedural and logistical issues. Remain unresolved Ford is accusing supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. When both were in high school back in the eighties. New developments include a denial by the fourth person Ford. Claims attended the party where she was assaulted. Here's correspondent Sarah Westwood lawyers for Blasi Ford came back with a response of their own arguing that it's no surprise that this fourth witness has no memory of the party because for her nothing remarkable happened at the party, the lawyers said in a statement. It's not surprising that she has no recollection of the evening as they did not discuss it. It's also unremarkable that she does not remember attending a specific gathering thirty years ago, which nothing of consequence happened to her on Fox News Sunday Republican Senator Lindsey Graham who sits on the judiciary committee had this to say everything I know about judge cavenaugh goes against this allegation. I wanna listen to Dr Ford I'll feel sorry for her. I think she's being used here. People in my view are using her. If she truly wanted to be anonymous the person who brought this accusation of the public her apology on ABC's this week democratic Senator dick Durbin poll. So a member of the judiciary committee said he's hoping his fellow senators. On both sides of the aisle. Keep an open mind. One Republican Senator should decide the doctor Ford's allegations assertions are true. They're serious. It could make a big difference in the nomination of brick Kevin on the Senate Judiciary committee is made up of eleven Republicans and ten Democrats wins..

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Nine lawyers for Christine Blasi for the woman who has accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of past sexual assault. Told Senate Judiciary committee staff Saturday that Ford accepts the request to speak to the panel on Thursday about alleged incident. Meanwhile, as the judiciary committee decides habit, or can they learn any lessons from a similar Scituate situation twenty seven years ago? City hall bureau chief Pat Loeb lasts some of the people who watched the Clarence Thomas hearings in nineteen Ninety-one most closely reports, they said the lessons are there committee doesn't seem to be learning them. Everybody was scrambling. Gary Caldwell was working for Senator Arlen Specter. When Anita Hill's accusation that Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her broke and the committee rushed to dispense with them. So they could get Thomas seated in time for the actor per session. Who's the Senate to maybe learn from some of the mistakes appalled? Well, fierce it has not his former colleague inspector's office. Susan Lamontagne taint thinks that's not the only thing they haven't learned no recognition that she was a human being where potential victims of sexual harassment and say now, it's like they're all chess pieces in a chess match Lamontagne says growing female empowerment has had an impact in many ways, but not on the Senate Judiciary committee, Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio sixty degrees raining here at the broadcast center in spring garden. It's fifty nine in Mayfair eyewitness weather forecast for the afternoon. Cloudy, cool showers, especially from the city and points south by up to sixty seven degrees..

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"christine blasi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Very bright Kavanagh's accuser. Christine Blasi four tell the Senate Judiciary committee about her allegations supreme court nominee sexually assaulted her years ago, CBS were born the moment. Heavy record-breaking raves in central parts of southern Oklahoma. And congress repairing to require the federal ministration Federal Aviation association to set new minimum requirements for seats on airplanes, giving you a little more room in sports. Cops beat the White Sox. Eight three the bears. Take on the cardinals this afternoon. Pre game at noon, and Tiger Woods leaves the tour championship. It's five thirty one in Chicago. CBS news update negotiations are ongoing, but there's a tentative agreement for Christine Blasi Ford to appear before a Senate committee Thursday about her accusation that Brett capital assaulted her when they were teens sets harassment attorney, Kathleen Peres sin official legal setting in the sense that everybody is supposed to tell the truth and could be subjected to penalties if they don't, but it could not be of more highly significant political ramifications and also for American democracy, but vice President Mike Pence told a group of evangelical activist the way some Democrats have conducted themselves during this process is a disgrace and a disservice to the Senate and the American people that being said, the president are confident the Senate Republicans will manage this confirmation properly Pence is urging Republicans to get out and vote during the November midterms as Democrats battle for control of congress CBS news update and Alison keys.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KTOK

"Christine Blasi Ford sent a letter to the Senate Saturday saying she will testify before the Senate committee details about if when and how remain unanswered, those issues have been at the center of negotiations between the judiciary committee and her legal team as the letter stated, quote, although many aspects of the proposal you provided are fundamentally inconsistent with the committee's promise of a fair impartial investigation into her allegations. And we are disappointed with the leaks in the bullying that if tainted the process, we are hopeful that we can reach agreement on details. Her attorneys, then asked to continue the negotiations on those details. Fox's Garrett Tenny Ford is accusing supreme court nominee break have enough sexual assault. Caveney denies the allegations. President Trump is said to attend his second United Nations meeting this week a year after he threatened to totally destroy North Korea in his inaugural UN address. President Trump is. Expected to use series of speeches at the UN to push a hard line against Iran. The president will also push foreign leaders to take a stronger stance against the global drug trade and stressed the urgency of the world to focus on the spread of nuclear and chemical weapons during his time in New York. The president will meet with South Korea, president moon, Jae-in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as well as the leaders of Egypt, France, Japan and the United Kingdom at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. The Trump administration is proposing rules which could deny green cards to immigrants if they use Medicaid food stamps, housing vouchers and other forms of public assistance above a certain threshold federal law already requires immigrants to prove they will not be a burden or public charge. The new rules would disqualify some applicants a public comment period is required before the new rules. Take.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford say she will appear before the Senate Judiciary committee to testify about claims of sexual assault. By judge Brad Kavanagh when both were in high school. Fox's Chad pergram reports. There are many unanswered questions. Say anything about format that's something that Chuck Grassley? The chair of the committee has left open for her to appear in in a closed setting to appear in an open setting for them to go to California and interview her with a truck transcribed interview. It doesn't say anything about that. It's silent Democrats accused the GOP of rushing Kavanagh's nomination. Republicans claim Democrats sat on the allegation, and now we're trying to delay the vote until after the midterms the New York Times says deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein suggested secretly recording President Trump and possibly recruiting cabinet members to invoke the twenty fifth amendment. Fox's Ellison barber in the room. When Rosenstein, the Nishel comments were made told Fox News. They were made sarcastically senior DOJ official who has direct knowledge. Of the meeting from Rosenstein, and others. They told Fox News McCabe, an Rosenstein, we're having a heated conversation, essentially going back and forth with McCabe saying that Rosenstein who oversees the Russia probe was getting in the way of aggressively investigating the administration in that back and forth. The source claims that Rosenstein said what do you want me to do? Andy wear wire Rosenstein issued a statement calling the time story inaccurate and factually incorrect. The Vatican has reached a provisional deal with the Chinese government to end a three decades struggle over the right to appoint bishops in China Vatican spokesperson, Greg Burke, the objective of the accord is not.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"For Dr Christine Blasi Ford asked for more time to decide if her client will testify to the Senate Judiciary committee and chairman Chuck Grassley agreed tweeting late last night that he will give the woman who claims that supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh tried to grope her decades ago. A little more time to decide if she'll appear. Fox's Chad pergram reports there's a political consideration Republicans are going to have to be very mindful that they are not perceived the optics aren't that. They're just forging ahead with this nominee enjoying cautioned with win and not taking Christine Bazi for serious. There is a risk. Judge cavenaugh has categorically denied the accusation if Dr Ford chooses not to testify the committee would likely vote Monday on his nomination. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, offering a prediction to the values voter summit in Washington on Friday. You've watched the fight. You've watched the tactics. But here's what I want to tell you in the very near future. Judge Cavanaugh will be on the United States Supreme court. The New York Times reports deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein suggested he could surreptitiously record conversations with President Trump and recruit cabinet members to push for his removal Rosenstein, I called the story factually inaccurate and said he was joking Republican Florida congressman Matt gates, a member of the house freedom caucus, isn't laughing appropriate. Is it for the deputy attorney general to be joking about wiretapping the president while he's overseeing an investigation of the president in front of his colleagues and subordinates Representative gates calling for congressional hearings Rosenstein in a second statement called the time story totally false an attack on a military parade in southeastern Iran has left eight members of the Iran revolutionary guard dead the word yet, the attackers were.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com. Dr Christine Blasi Ford is telling the Senate Judiciary committee that she's ready to testify next week. But requires terms that are fair does that mean other witnesses or full investigation. One democratic Senator is asking why not both New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand is still calling on the FBI to reopen the investigation into supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh asked the question. What are they afraid of? What is this White House afraid of what does this president afraid of? But several Republicans argue that this is an attempt to stall Kavanagh's confirmation until after the midterm elections. Meanwhile, the top Republican and democrat on the judiciary committee are trying to negotiate conditions for a testimony by Dr Christine Blasi Ford who has accused Calvin on sexual assault in one thousand nine hundred eighty s lawn. Zak ABC news. The capitol. Meantime, President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen is reportedly talking with investigators for special counsel, Robert Muller questions have been covering all aspects of Trump's dealings with Russia including past business bears. According to reporting by ABC news Coen pleaded guilty last month to numerous felonies, including tax evasion Bank fraud in campaign finance violations. Authorities have released the identity of the woman they say killed herself after fatally shooting three people and wounding others at a Maryland warehouse. The Harford county sheriff says that she's twenty six year old snow Chia Moseley of Baltimore County, a temporary employee at the Rite Aid distribution center, where the shootings took place and two sets of military remains from the Korean war have been identified. The president releasing those names today army Master Sergeant Charles McDaniel second is army private first class. William Jones, both reported MIA in nineteen fifty President Trump writes on Twitter that this identification is a direct result of his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon in June. He adds, quote, these heroes are home. They may rest in peace and hopefully their families can have. Closure. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Remember for news anytime on demand at seven hundred wwl w dot com. I'm Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dr Christine Blasi Ford is telling the Senate Judiciary committee that she's ready to testify next week. But requires terms that are fair does that mean other witnesses or a full investigation. One democratic Senator is asking why not both New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand is still calling on the FBI to reopen the investigation into supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh asked the question. What are they afraid of? What is this White House afraid of what is this president afraid of? But several Republicans argue that this is an attempt to stall Kavanagh's confirmation until after the midterm elections. Meanwhile, the top Republican and democrat on the judiciary committee are trying to negotiate conditions for a testimony by Dr Christine Blasi Ford who has accused cavenaugh sexual assault in the nineteen eighty s lawn Zak ABC news the capitol. Meantime, President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen is reportedly talking with investigators for special counsel, Robert Muller questions. Covering all aspects of Trump's dealings with Russia, including past business affairs. According to reporting by ABC news Cohen pleaded guilty last month to numerous felonies, including tax evasion, Bank fraud and campaign finance violations. Authorities have released the identity of the woman they say killed herself after fatally shooting three people and wounding others at a Maryland warehouse. The Harford county sheriff says that she's twenty six year old snow Chia Moseley of Baltimore County, a temporary employee at the Rite Aid distribution center, where the shootings took place and two sets of military remains from the Korean war have been identified. The president releasing those names today army Master Sergeant Charles McDaniel second is army private first class. William Jones, both reported MIA in nineteen fifty Trump writes on Twitter that this identification is a direct result of his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong UN in June. He adds, quote, these heroes are home they may rest in peace and hopefully their families can have closure. Karen travers. ABC news the White House. Remember for news anytime on demand at seven hundred wwl w dot com. I'm. Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w on.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KGO 810

"Christine Blasi afford has until ten o'clock eastern time Friday morning till at the Senate Judiciary committee now if she's plan to testify against supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh yet. Now sources say there may be flexibility in the timing. Here's correspondent, Emily Schmitt. Judge. Brad Kavanagh went to the White House for the fourth straight day Thursday. Preparing in case Monday's hearing happens, and he can defend himself in person against the sexual assault allegations. He's already denied in a statement in a letter sent Thursday from Christine Blasi Ford's legal team, they say a Monday hearing is quote, not possible that she would be prepared to testify next week under what she says are fair terms which would ensure her safety if she chooses not to speak sources say Monday's hearing would likely be off with the Senate panel moving to vote on cavenaugh as early as mid week in Washington. I'm Emily Schmidt. Former rap mogul Marion Shug night pleaded. A no contest today to voluntary manslaughter after he ran over two men killing one nearly four years ago. The Death Row Records co-founder entered the plea and has agreed to serve twenty eight years in prison night was charged with murder attempted murder and hit and run. After fleeing the scene of an altercation in two thousand fifteen outside of Compton burger stand. The head of the New York archdiocese has ordered a top to bottom independent review of their policies surrounding allegations of sexual abuse at the hands of priests. He said if they lose the trust of the people they've lost everything. Correspondencia Kassebaum has the details between the revelations about high level church officials who abused others. And the damning reports about systematic cover-ups of predatory priests and Pennsylvania, New York's Timothy cardinal Dolan said many of our people and our pre Scher calling it the summer of hell, he's been listening to his flock and said he heard what they want on ability transparency and action he called upon former federal judge and prosecutor Barbara Jones. To conduct an independent review of the policies. The New York archdiocese put into effect in two thousand and two as well as how they handle past and new allegations of sexual abuse..

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"christine blasi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Christine Blasi four to come to Washington and lay out her alligators against surpreme court nominee Brett, Kevin chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee is giving Ford until seven o'clock Friday morning. Our time to respond to his request that she testify on Monday uncertainty continues to surround the supreme court nomination of bread capital Christine Blasi four who says cavenaugh sexually assaulted her. When they were teenagers has yet to say if she will appear before the Senate Judiciary committee CBS news correspondent Nancy Cortez. Asked Republican Senator John Kennedy about having an FBI investigation before hearing what's wrong with allowing an FBI investigation. I don't have enough information to make that determination. I don't have any information. Isn't that why you do and FBI y you do public hearing CBS's Angelica Alvarez? Many chairman Chuck Grassley has refused to delay Monday scheduled hearing. He's also said no to involving. The FBI saying that you this year, we committee staff can conduct its own interviews Ford has until Friday to say whether or not she'll appear on Capitol Hill on Monday Ford's attorney also says there are other witnesses who should be called to testify. I'm Matt piper. President Trump has frequently expressed dissatisfaction with the performance of attorney general Jeff Sessions, and he made his feelings clear again. The attorney general for numerous reasons Trump has repeatedly criticised sessions for recusing himself in the Russia investigation in an interview with the hill, Tuesday, he escalated his attacks saying, I don't have an attorney general. It's very sad and said he wasn't happy with sessions work at the border. Sessions is typically stayed quiet in the wake of such attacks in August. He issued a rare statement noting his unprecedented success at effect shooting. The president's agenda at the border sessions has diligently worked to deliver on the president's campaign promises. Expediting deportations limiting asylum seekers and opposing sanctuary cities in his interview with two conservative commentators from the hill. The president also described the FBI's Russia investigation as a cancer and suggested that declassifying documents related to the investigation will be one of his crowning achievements. Attorney general Jeff Sessions spoke to a group of law enforcement officials in Waukegan, Illinois. We believe that law enforcement is a noble profession and one that demands respect did not directly respond to the president's attacks. But we were given an advance copy of his remarks we noticed when he actually delivered that speech. He took out a reference to President Trump improving morale among law enforcement, CBS's Paula Reed. The along cleanup from hurricane. Florence is underway in the Carolinas and Virginia President Trump visited some of the hardest hit areas in Trump received a warm. Welcome from volunteers in storm victims in North Carolina. How's the house president helped hand out meals to people impacted by hurricane Florence in toured a hard hit neighborhood? He also met with first responders and local officials promising help from the federal government. We're.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on WWL

"New demands from Christine Blasi for the woman accusing supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh of sexually assaulting her. Including that other witnesses are called CBS's Angelica Alvarez continues to demand that the FBI investigate her claim before the Senate Judiciary committee hearing on the matter not worried about anything other than just focusing for the next few days on encouraging her to calm committee. Chairman Chuck Grassley has refused to delay Monday scheduled hearing. He's also said no to involving the FBI saying that you this year, we committee staff can conduct its own interviews. Ward has until Friday to say whether or not she'll appear on Capitol Hill on Monday several shootings in this country. Wednesday officials of Wisconsin software companies say they're heartbroken one of their employees shot four people in the office. The suspect died after being shot by police. During the attack and Middleton, a suburb of Madison, drew Beattie works there. You don't expect an office to get shot to begin with? So it's just. As the smallest thing that it took me probably thirty seconds to really understand what was happening or what the noise actually wear in Mason town, Pennsylvania police shot and killed a gunman who opened fire in the lobby of the town's borough center hitting three people a police officer wound up having to shoot the gunman multiple times killing him at in Chester county, Pennsylvania police are on the hunt for Bruce Rowe gal who they say killed his parents in a retirement community district. Attorney Tom HOGAN says he first went to his ex-wife's home. He received an order. Making his divorce final and awarding the home to his now ex wife that appears to be what set him off thousands are still relying on food handouts in North Carolina, while neighborhoods are still inaccessible following hurricane Florence. But word that there's a new economic concern for the state. I'm Jim Krasula, North Carolina. The state's tobacco industry has taken a huge hit from hurricane. Florence. The storm damage to estimated one hundred twenty five million pounds of tobacco leaf growers could lose up to three hundred fifty million dollars in revenue an estimated forty percent of North Carolina's tobacco. Crop remain in fields. When the storm hit we have lost one of her own here.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on WRVA

"Christine Blasi Ford until ten AM on Friday to submit her prepared testimony. If she's going to appear before the panel on Monday, Blasi Ford is accused supreme court nominee Brent Kavanagh who's sexual improprieties when they were in high school. She says she will not appear unless there's an FBI prob-. I just as Gavin has been treated very very tough, President Trump. We want to get it over with at the same time. We want to give tremendous amounts of time. She shows up that would be wonderful. If she doesn't show up that would be unfortunate. The president kept up his attack on the Torney general Jeff Sessions in an interview with hill. TV the president has repeatedly denounced sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe said, quote, I don't have an attorney general close quote manhunt underway outside Philadelphia for Bruce Rogov. Authorities in Chester county say he shot at his ex wife after an unfavorable divorce settlement he missed in moved onto a senior living community in shot and killed his own parents district. Attorney Tom HOGAN the suspect Bruce Rogov is considered armed and extremely dangerous. He has already killed two people. He has shot at at least one other in Middleton, Wisconsin police shot and killed a man who went to work at a software company shooting and wounding three people police chief Charles folk shooter had a pistol. We're told that he had a number of magazines, extra magazines. The gunman not identified his motive. Not presently undetermined or that infamous Chicago police commander, Jon Burge has died in Florida. He led a crew of rogue. Detectives accused of torturing confessions out of more than one hundred suspects from the early seventies into the early ninety s Burge was never prosecuted but settlements with the victims could top one hundred million dollars. Jon Burge was seventy. You're listening to ABC news. This is. I like kayaking. Well, I'm glad you enjoyed it. But head back in. Can we come back shirt? Hey, be careful getting out of the boat. Kayak dad? I'm going to return the kayak Kelly. How about a taxi.

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"christine blasi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"christine blasi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford who accused his supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh of sexual improprieties. When they in high school sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary committee calling for an FBI investigation before she'll testify. There are other details on the letter for the first time we have heard that she's had death threats. She had to move her family temporarily. Her lawyer said she felt like it was her civic duty to come forward. She's willing to cooperate with the committee. But she thinks bottom line. Dr Fritz lawyer says the committee has jumped the gun there needs to be an investigation. Trish Turner, President Trump's weighing in. It's a shame because this is a great gentleman with all of that. I feel that the Republicans and I can speak for myself. We should go through a process because they shouldn't even be a little doubt. They shouldn't be a doubt no government shutdown at the end of the month. Senate passed and sent to the house short-term spending plan to keep the bureaucracy going through early December. It also passed the second free full year spending measures that includes a two point six percent. Pay raise for military personnel at the Pyongyang summit. Between South Korean president moon in North Korean dictator, Kim, the North Korean pledged to dismantle missile facilities and is prepared to permanently shut down on nuclear production site, if the US takes unspecified reciprocal steps. Curry is issued a joint statement with detail steps to ease military tensions at the border and increase inter-korean cooperation, Kim Jilin also accepted an invitation for moon to visit Seoul, South Korea in the near future ABC's ju show in so. Dole. They also agreed to make a joint bid for the summer Olympics in twenty thirty to the New York Times reports the Roman Catholic diocese of.

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