19 Burst results for "Civil Division"

"civil division" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:20 min | 4 months ago

"civil division" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The following is a recording. As you know, California and Governor Newsome were known as sort of the forefront of Let's shut down the state and let's make it as restrictive as possible in terms of business in order to somehow curtail or control the virus. Well, what the governor did is. Churches were closed in March, and that was the governor. Stay at home Order now, Restrictions eased. Sector's the economy re opened. Houses of worship were allowed to welcome worshippers provided they had heard I'd hear to health and safety protocols limited attendance and at that time discourage singing, no singing. Jesus does not want you to sing. Okay, Fair enough. All right since then. Besides, the virus has surged and Newsome enacted a second shutdown in a lot of California. And tamp down on activities at church, saying that places of worship must discontinue indoor singing and chanting. No more chanting No more singing at church. Jesus loves us done. Son can't do it. And there are a few people there upset like churches and three churches, Northern California filed a federal lawsuit against the governor. I'm saying that that ban on singing in places of worship Jesus loves us and wants to keep on singing violates their First Amendment rights. And that is going to be a fascinating legal case because Freedom of religion is probably the most important freedom we have constitutional constitutional freedom. It's Amendment one. And keep in mind that when people say America with e Second Amendment, and we created America was founded because the way the Citizen militia and that's how we beat the British. The first people that came to the United States Jamestown And on the Mayflower. You know why they came freedom of religion. This country bed rock founded on freedom of religion. And so that's an important one. Now is the church gonna lose? I think they are. Because even though you have the absolute right to to sing and chant in church, what you can't do is do that in violation of the health and safety of the citizens that I think is over, going to ride the freedom of religion. That's Michael. The only change is the only chance I think they have is that places that are allowed to stay open somehow are connected to what's going on in church. And restaurants, etcetera. We about door dining and maybe in a church setting the past or can take you outside and you sing. The choir sings outside with appropriate distancing. Don't know the answer that it's going to be fascinating to see what happens. All right. Time for phone calls. Joel, Let's start with you. Good morning, Joel. Welcome to handle on the law. Morning, bill. My question is regarding the child support issue. My ex wife was in a nutshell. Was murdered Several years ago. I went to the Wow. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. It's a good story. We already That's That's how it's good way to start a question on handle on the law. How was she murdered? You said you said effectively murdered. I don't know how effective a murderer No, no, no. She was absolutely murdered The man she left me for ultimately married. Killed her, then turned the gun on himself. After you posted a five page manifesto and rant and rave, but anyways and did a welfare check. The police would have found both dead in the House boy. She sure showed you, didn't she? Yes, she did. So anyway, my my questions regarding the child support out there She was. She was murdered. I went to the people and talk to them and they closed the child support case. Okay. What now? They're sending me letters. What people? The county. The can there sitting and they closed the child support case That's interesting. The county closed the case. Were you paying child support at the time? Yes. Why would they white so the county wasn't involved at that point? It was simply I was paying child support to the county because you ain't got it. So you had flaked out Alright? Going on child support. I know we're all right. Stop right there for a moment Stop, So people understand what ends up happening, And that's what happened here. Tio Joel is that when you don't pay child support, and then The county comes in and pays it has to be reimbursed or the county effectively. The D. A's office If you're in arrears goes after you and so you have to pay. So that's how the county came in. I don't understand how and how old were the kids when your wife was effectively murdered. Or absolutely 33 31. Your kids were 33 31. And you were still so you're paying back child support to the county. I was paying that child support that was owed to the county OK, County and never paid her. They were just forwarding the money I sent as a through pass through to her. Okay. The county A checked the Ben Hur. OK, OK, which there that that's the way it works, All right, But you kids, they're 31 33. So we're talking 11 years after the fact and OK s O and they and then they closed it and said you don't you don't owe any more money, right? Yes. Because there was no there was nobody there to make a claim on the support she had passed away closed the case. That's interesting. Alright. So what's your question letters saying the now they're sending me letters saying the interest On that child support that was never paid. Even though they never paid it. They never paid her anything. Okay? I said in the letter. I Iook the county interest. All right. How much? How much do they say you are? Like 20 grand. All right. The first thing you do is say no, thank you. And there is an appeals props processes has gone through the civil Division. There's an appeals process where you just disagree in your defenses. Here is the letter and it stopped right there. We're done. Because the county said we're done. And who else am I gonna believe? And your and I'll tell you what you're gonna argue is they can't come back a bunch of years later and say we're not done when we said we're done now, are they allowed to make a mistake? Maybe. But I think you have a hell of a defense. So to the extent you can say no, thank you. You say no, thank you and see where that goes. I mean, you don't just roll over there. There are mechanisms for you to dispute and that's what you have to do. Wow. What an interesting case. All right, good luck. This is handle Gotti effectively. Murder No, no, completely murdered. People were murdered generally completely dead. So I would say completely. That makes sense. This is handle on the law. Of course, you heard the expression. It's like taking candy from a baby. And that's how hackers see stealing personal information in today's connected world through.

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"civil division" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"civil division" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now no Oppenheim more than a dozen women have been interviewed by officials from the civil division department dubbed the wind Steen unit in the New York AG office I've got the ones in unit former news anchor Linda Vester she also had she have a show on the fox news channel for a while she told the Daily Mail that she was interviewed in January over her alleged assault at the hands of Tom Brokaw according to her and the lack is one of the main targets of these investigations along with Oppenheim and Matt Lauer I mean this New York Attorney General going after the drive by media at NBC news it must be uncomfortable and no word from in Riverdale we got a new crash out found on route fifty at Columbia Park Road it's already got traffic backed up to the two ninety five split southbound ninety five in laurel on the Maryland side between two sixteen one ninety eight we've got two left lanes blocked off a truck spilled its load of gravel now from garage door repair dot com the W. M. A. L. ABC seven storm watch forecast forty nine rain tomorrow high fifty one set up your Amazon echo T. here mark within six to nine listen I'm going to do it right now for one time set up state Alexa enabled W. MEL skill just say Alexa open W. the W. M. A. L. dot com EMP one eighty weight loss centers you get one to one nutrition counselling and positive support to lose weight and a new E. M. P. one eighty is now open in Potomac to learn more go to EM P. one eighty dot com or call eight five five eight eight eight zero one eighty right now it's important for us to stay home while you're staying at home to protect your health don't miss out on the care you need to stay healthy medstar health now offers video visits for.

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"civil division" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"civil division" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"News all right guys welcome back. It is time for our call to Action Segment Hashtag. So if you're on social media you may have seen the Hash tag free reality winner and that spearheaded by reality winters mom billy J winner Davis or at B._J.. Winner Davis on twitter so reality. Lee Winner is a former air forced linguist and intelligence contractor that served honorably in the air force and she'd never been convicted of a crime before but while working for the N._S._A.. As a contractor in May of two thousand seventeen <hes> that's the day trump fired Komi. She printed out a report from her work computer `puter detailed hacking attacks against local election officials in voter databases in over twenty one states in the U._S.. So a few days later she smuggled it out of the office in her pantyhose and she sent it to the intercept. That's a media that and the F. B.. I. Arrested or two days before the report was published after being denied bail four times <hes> and held in a small county jail in rural Georgia for over a year reality changed her plea to guilty and agreed to a plea deal that landed her the longest sentence ever for a crime of this type in the United. States the prosecutors recommended sixty three months and the judge obliged and the problem there is that normally federal cases based their sentencing on damage to national security <hes> and she pleaded guilty in June of two thousand eighteen after being held for over a year in prison and as we said and she did apologize took responsibility for her actions <hes> and U._S. Attorney Bobby L. Christine a trump appointee said winners purposeful violation put our nation's security at risk and caused exceptionally grave damage to U._S. national security but did it because according to Robert Cat natch a former D._O._J.. Lawyer in the Civil Division he says that in this case no one's identity was revealed and no one was endangered and despite that and her honorable service they handed down the longest sentence ever imposed in a federal court for unauthorized release of government information to the media at like for example in twenty three twenty thirteen former F._b._i.. Agent got forty three months for a leak of a foiled bomb plot in Yemen to the Associated Press that same year a C._I._A.. Agent was given thirty months for revealing the identity of an undercover agent like blue cover in two thousand fifteen a former C._i._A.. Agent got forty two months for leaking secret opt to disrupt Iran's nuclear program to the New York Times so this is just a sentence or it doesn't seem like it seems retaliatory right. It seems like an attempt to silence information about the Russian hacking operation because that threatens the legitimacy of trump's election first of all and perhaps retaliation for her frustration with trump's firing of Komi which you know meets the federal manual criteria materia for obstruction of justice when he fired by the way so in his press release on the day of Winter Sentencing <hes> U._S.. Attorney Christine Bobby Christine indicated that the sentence was meant to be harsh enough to send a deterrent to any other whistle blowers out there and the judge in the case even verbally expressed that there was no doubt reality winner would never see the inside of a courtroom again these statements themselves indicate the her sentence was not just <hes> but the D._O._J.. And this administration appears very pleased with the manner in which reality winner has been treated and her harsh sentence for over over five over five years in prison so much so that earlier this year at an at an Annual D._O._J.. Awards banquet those involved in securing this record breaking sentence. We're given awards. I didn't know you had awards for this. <hes> realities mother Billie Winner Davis acknowledges fully that her daughter violated her oath and contract by releasing classified documents in the manner in which she did but her treatment and the sentence <hes> forgiving US proof of threats to our democracy appear to be disproportionate and clearly a result of of an overzealous prosecution meant.

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"civil division" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"civil division" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"News all right guys welcome back. It is time for our call to Action Segment Hashtag. So if you're on social media you may have seen the Hash tag free reality winner and that spearheaded by reality winters mom billy J winner Davis or at B._J.. Winner Davis on twitter so reality. Lee Winner is a former air forced linguist and intelligence contractor that served honorably in the air force and she'd never been convicted of a crime before but while working for the N._S._A.. As a contractor in May of two thousand seventeen <hes> that's the day trump fired Komi. She printed out a report from her work computer `puter detailed hacking attacks against local election officials in voter databases in over twenty one states in the U._S.. So a few days later she smuggled it out of the office in her pantyhose and she sent it to the intercept. That's a media that and the F. B.. I. Arrested or two days before the report was published after being denied bail four times <hes> and held in a small county jail in rural Georgia for over a year reality changed her plea to guilty and agreed to a plea deal that landed her the longest sentence ever for a crime of this type in the United. States the prosecutors recommended sixty three months and the judge obliged and the problem there is that normally federal cases based their sentencing on damage to national security <hes> and she pleaded guilty in June of two thousand eighteen after being held for over a year in prison and as we said and she did apologize took responsibility for her actions <hes> and U._S. Attorney Bobby L. Christine a trump appointee said winners purposeful violation put our nation's security at risk and caused exceptionally grave damage to U._S. national security but did it because according to Robert Cat natch a former D._O._J.. Lawyer in the Civil Division he says that in this case no one's identity was revealed and no one was endangered and despite that and her honorable service they handed down the longest sentence ever imposed in a federal court for unauthorized release of government information to the media at like for example in twenty three twenty thirteen former F._b._i.. Agent got forty three months for a leak of a foiled bomb plot in Yemen to the Associated Press that same year a C._I._A.. Agent was given thirty months for revealing the identity of an undercover agent like blue cover in two thousand fifteen a former C._i._A.. Agent got forty two months for leaking secret opt to disrupt Iran's nuclear program to the New York Times so this is just a sentence or it doesn't seem like it seems retaliatory right. It seems like an attempt to silence information about the Russian hacking operation because that threatens the legitimacy of trump's election first of all and perhaps retaliation for her frustration with trump's firing of Komi which you know meets the federal manual criteria materia for obstruction of justice when he fired by the way so in his press release on the day of Winter Sentencing <hes> U._S.. Attorney Christine Bobby Christine indicated that the sentence was meant to be harsh enough to send a deterrent to any other whistle blowers out there and the judge in the case even verbally expressed that there was no doubt reality winner would never see the inside of a courtroom again these statements themselves indicate the her sentence was not just <hes> but the D._O._J.. And this administration appears very pleased with the manner in which reality winner has been treated and her harsh sentence for over over five over five years in prison so much so that earlier this year at an at an Annual D._O._J.. Awards banquet those involved in securing this record breaking sentence. We're given awards. I didn't know you had awards for this. <hes> realities mother Billie Winner Davis acknowledges fully that her daughter violated her oath and contract by releasing classified documents in the manner in which she did but her treatment and the sentence <hes> forgiving US proof of threats to our democracy appear to be disproportionate and clearly a result of of an overzealous prosecution meant.

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"civil division" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"civil division" Discussed on The CyberWire

"And quote the largest U._S. voting system vendor yes an s say they've got arguably more secure windows ten based systems coming soon and that they're working with Microsoft to provide windows seven security upgrades until all systems came to be converted to the latest version of the O._S. U._S.. This is not an unfamiliar problem with Internet of things generally vendors modify operating systems in ways that tend to prolong their life beyond the intended limits. There may also be a standards issue here county election officials tend to take certifications as solid evidence that their systems are secure but the A._p.. Story goes on to say that citizens for better elections and advocacy group says that many county election officials seemed to be unaware that many of the systems they intend to use these were certified under two thousand five standards in any event vulnerabilities in systems that count and report votes would open the possibility of direct manipulation of elections a step beyond the kind of influence operations foreign actors have deployed in the past avast follows up the trend toward cross site request forgery attacks against routers with a report on the exploit kits used the attacks had been noted earlier by Rad wear and Net lab victims victims continue to be concentrated in Brazil coin desk reports. The Japanese Alt- Coin Exchange bit point has halted all activity while it investigates the theft of some thirty two million dollars in crypto currency the exchange notice there was a problem when it observed anomalous behavior in hot wallet. The Wall Street Journal reported late Friday that the U._S. Federal Trade Commission has approved a five billion dollar settlement in the matter of facebook privacy missteps in connection with the Cambridge Analytical Data Scandal. The commission divided along partisan lines in their vote. The three Republicans approve the F._T._C.'s proposed settlement while the two Democrats saw things to dislike in it the agreement which now goes to to the Department of Justice Civil Division for final review is expected to include provisions for closer privacy oversight of the social network but those details weren't immediately available. It's thought the partisan divide may have been over the character of the oversight measures us as heavy a burden as five billion dollars may be congressional critics of the fine point to facebook's very high revenues which were Washington Post notes fifteen billion dollars for the last quarter alone facebook had had expected heavy fine and in that same quarterly reports said that it had put aside funds to cover that eventuality another way of looking at the matter is in terms of profit per employee at facebook. That's over six hundred thirty four thousand per employee three per year a record for the tech sector according to Silicon Valley Business Journal nonetheless. It's hard to regard five billion dollars as chump change even around Menlo Park. The settlement easily sets a record for penalties. is imposed for violating and F._T._C. order. The previous record was a twenty two point five million dollar fine against Google in two thousand twelve which in relative terms is chicken feed. The F._T._C. has greater latitude in punishing repeat offenders and we're facebook not a privacy recidivist might have gotten off easier on the other hand a number of observers including some members of Congress think the penalty amounts to a slap on the wrist and opinion piece in the verge agrees arguing that facebook has behaved badly since its foundation and that it has consistently escaped accountability for such missteps as those on display in the Cambridge analytica affair the G._A._O.. Recently published a report federal title agencies need to strengthen online identity verification processes urging federal agencies to up their game when it comes to user authentication Patrick Cox is founder of trust I._D.. A company that specializes in call authentication Haitian the traditional way I- traditional meaning. Maybe the last ten or fifteen years the way authentication has worked in these channels primarily asking questions right. We all know the drill. What's your mother's maiden name? What your date of birth which your social security number things things like that and and that's broken? That's really what led us here. Today is that that information is totally broken and so what are the alternatives then well three ways to authenticate somebody one obviously is asking questions and that's called knowledge wjr face identity <hes> proving the second one would be ownership so you think about a credit card physical unique device right that would be ownership authentication having a device a key for example Kita safety deposit box would be an ownership token and the final one is what we call inherent something you inherently are so a fingerprint a retinal scan. You know DNA things like that would indicate who you are. Those are the only three tools we have in the in the authentication arsenal so so questioning you know is really easy to understand why you do that especially over a phone call because it's hard to if not impossible to get a fingerprint or something over a phone call right so it becomes more challenging. I know one of the concerns here is that if you move move to a digital method if you do something that requires something like a mobile device well not everybody has a mobile device absolutely true and so what we've what we've been advocating for in fact we do this. Millions and millions of sometimes each day for some of the largest financial institutions in the country is relying far less on the asking of questions right the knowledge information that whole approach frankly broken because criminals know your data birthright us on social media it's been shared the sad news with all the data breaches and hacks and so on out there late they have your social security number. 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Trump And President discussed on  Investor's Edge

Investor's Edge

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Trump And President discussed on Investor's Edge

"A new justice department legal team is taking over president trump's pushed for its citizens your question on next year's census the department announcing a new team of lawyers from the civil division will now be in charge of solving how to legally put such a question about citizenship the decennial survey and this is U. S. A. radio

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"civil division" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"civil division" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Case originated from our civil division. Pursuing the resolution and collection of an outstanding payroll tax debt as far back as two thousand and sixteen. Based on the anomalies found in our collection officer buyer collection officers the matter was referred to the criminal investigation division around September of two thousand seventeen. By way of background. I'd like to paint you a picture. Mike levin. Practice law through Eboni Deon. Associates and Egan Evan Eddie LLP in Newport Beach, California. Mr Evans was the principal owner and chief executive officer of global baristas US LLC, which operated toys coffee shops in Washington state as well as California. It is alleged that between two thousand fifteen and two thousand seventeen totally company failed to file employment taxes tax returns and pay approximately three point two million dollars in federal payroll taxes. Similarly, it's also alleged that e- Egan Nettie LLP failed to file payroll tax returns and failed to file and failed to pay. I'm sorry. Approximately two point four million dollars in payroll taxes. This despite Mr. at his personal website claiming that he has recovered over one billion dollars in verdicts and settlements. With regard to the criminal referral of the employment tax case, Mr Evans, he is purported to have lied to an IS revenue officer and also changed Bank account information as well as instructed others to conceal relocate funds in effort to avoid and defeat IRS, tax liens and tax levies. Constrained by these and other suspected steps taken by Evan Eddie to obstruct the IRS collection action the revenue officer initiated the fraud referral to our division. In September of two thousand seventeen. Okay. We're going to continue to monitor this news conference here in Los Angeles should point out KNX, ten seventy s cloudy of his Qaeda is there we will have in-depth team coverage throughout the course of the day. Keep it tuned here. The headline former stormy Daniels attorney Mike eleven out federal officials conducting a two year investigation into him. He's charged with among other things extortion wire fraud Bank fraud could face up to fifty years in federal prison us expected in New York court later today again, stay with. Twenty.

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"civil division" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Why wouldn't you want? Everybody involved in illegal surveillance view. Why wouldn't they be a target of a lawsuit a civil suit by you? Well, I think you know, it's it's still early days. Sean, you know, and I think you've been on the frontline of this for the last two years, right? Trying to get the information out there. And unfortunately, the government has been very slow on just closures. And again, this is part of why today is such a historic moment for. Soon to be attorney general bar just really taking the reins of that department and helping to right the ship. Hopefully, so I think there's going to be great opportunities in the time ahead. So and I was still still because if you were you were very we were more open in previous interviews, we've had about your desire and willingness to help our government. Against a photo like Russia, and that you cooperated fully. And I think it's important that people know, and I think a when when obviously unverified information than fraud is committed on a court. And you're the victim of it. You certainly have a lawsuit in front of you. And I think everybody involved should be held accountable. Don't you want everyone involved at nap fraud to be held accountable. Absolutely, Sean, and I'm working on that. And I think we'll have more to say on that in the weeks and months ahead. But again, I think if you have constructive solid leadership at the top of DOJ, it will help to turn around a lot of this corruption. And again, the civil division within DOJ is, you know, the ones that are responsible for these the lawsuits. I'm in often. So, you know, I think when we have better more effective leadership. We're hoping I mean, you know, if if we don't do it, right? This time this is our last shot. So I hope the new attorney general bar does his job because if he does we're gonna lay out who should be investigated. We'll give him we'll we'll do his job for him tonight with with all the evidence all the laws that are in play Carter page. Thanks for being with us. Thanks a lot, Sean. You're you're doing good of a job. I think things are changing. So I just wanna cake with a file. That's all. All right. Thank you Carter page, eight hundred nine four one, Sean when we come back wide open telephones next. Now from the t plus ride dot com traffic center, we've got delays on the northbound Senate thirty-five this afternoon starting at Pennsylvania highway thirty six southbound thirty five backing up from ninety four to Saint Clair.

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"civil division" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Three eight five two four eight six six eight three three eight five two four Tom the. The cult of personality continues. The interesting thing about George Conway is that he is obviously the interesting thing for everybody is that his wife works in the White House, Kellyanne she helped get the president elected. In fact, he after the president was elected. George Conway new the president's track record, news personality. After he was elected. He said, look, my wife did an amazing thing. She basically got this guy elected. She studied that boat. And as for Trump himself. Conway said my view is he was the lesser evil compared to Clinton. And asked if he still felt that way and the podcast he replied, I don't know. I don't know. Faced with the choice. Again. I'd probably move to Australia. That's funny. The June of last year, George Conway said Kellyanne I-, Kellyanne, and I continue to support the president and this administration and I look forward to doing. So in whatever way I can from outside of the government. Now, he was up for a the Justice department role. Okay. Conway revealed in this podcast that I'm playing sections from here. For those of you just joining us. This was the where he called. He said the president was a personality cult. Now, I'm gonna ask a crass political question. Which is you remain a consumer conservative rock whip conservative. You're a Republican ONA. You're not have you ever. Yeah. That was yes. That's been publicly reward. Okay. In march. In march. From why was it public or work because you said it that's what they call them. He wants to know why why did you because I don't feel comfortable being a Republican anymore. I think the Republican party has become something of a personality cult, okay personality cult. He says he called it a blank show and a dumpster fire. The he's trying to be hit with that kind of dumpster fire. This kind of dumped I never liked those terms they're like, they're juvenile terms. But he's trying to talk like he's done a podcast, right? He. Was up for a job with the Justice department? And that's what he's talking about. When he says this, and this is what I where I promise you. I would pull apart this quote of his, and it's really an amazing quote, and it reveals a lot. So here we go George Conway talking about the fact that he was. Considered. I don't know what the exact post is. But he was considered for a job within the administration, and it was probably in the department of Justice civil division. Right. That in the early days. He was offered a top job. Okay. He was offered a top job at the Justice department as the chief of the civil division posted would have put him in charge of defending his administration and lawsuits throughout the country. Okay. So like kind of like the White House counsel, I guess, but in the in within the Justice department, but here is George Conway saying that he had second thoughts while he was filling out the paperwork. He said I was filling out the forms and everything like that. And then this kind of stuff happened watching this name. You know, it's like the administration is like a dumpster fire like do that. I don't know. So I don't wanna do that. I don't wanna do that. Because it's it's like he's basically saying it's it's chaos over there people. There's a lot of things go on. And I don't wanna be a part of that. Right. Okay. Go on George Conway the Komi firing. And then you got go on. I have rush on my mind. Okay. Biggest fake news story. So far of the Trump administration, and I have gone over this on this show for those of you who haven't heard me, I will go over it again. The Lester Holt interview, which was posted from CDs shining sea and everyone said the president finally admitted he fired Komi because of the Russia investigation. And that is why it's obstruction of Justice. It's the thing they were looking for from the very beginning. And when people heard him say that, oh, no, George Conway pulled his hair out and said, I can't believe this. I would I can't work for this guy when he's saying things like that. He said that when he fired Komi he had Russia on his mind. Now, I don't think anyone has I've never heard anyone articulate this as well as I have because. Absolutely. Fake news and the president actually called it out. But he didn't call it out in a very adequate way. He didn't explain it. He said do you remember several months ago? He said that NBC fudged that interview they did fudge that interview, they fudged that interview. And that was fake news that he said that I fired because a call me I'm gonna read you the quote, I was going to fire Komi. There's no good time to do it. By the way, they were talk talk talk back and forth because he kept being interrupted by Lester Holt, and he said, regardless of the recommendation, I was gonna fire Komi knowing there was no good time to do it. In fact, when I decided to do it. I said to myself, you know, this Russia thing with Trump and Russia, it's a made up story. And then there were more interruptions with Lester Holt, and that's where they stopped it. And they actually in the transcript that I'm holding here that the video that went all across the country and that everybody played there's a thing called flash. They flashed it because they cut that the rest of his answer. And they played that to say look he was thinking of Russia when he fired Komi, but he rambled on as he always does any. Two for Trump to continue here in the transcript that I'm holding in my hand when I did this. I said probably maybe I'll confuse people. Maybe I'll expand that, you know, lengthened the time it should be over with in my opinion. It should have been over with a long time ago, rambling rambling I might even lengthen out the investigation, but I have to do the right thing for the American people. He's the wrong man for the position. So Donald Trump said in that letter hold interview, I'm thinking about Russia, which is a fake thing. Because he always throws in the fake whenever you mentioned Russia. He says it's fake story. I'm thinking about got a fire the guy and I'm thinking about Russia. And I know that me doing it is gonna make people confused. He says maybe expand the investigation. But I have to do the right thing for the American people. He was wrong. He was the wrong man for that position. And he goes on to say many times in the interview who was fired for cause fired for cause he's a grandstand. Or he's a show boater. I don't like them all this other stuff. He never said he fired him because of Russia. In fact, the Russia thing every time he mentioned it. It was in terms of saying to Lester Holt. I thought about the Russian thing, which is phony. And I knew people were going to try to hold Russia over my head. But I said, Nevertheless, I gotta do the right thing. Even if it comes down harder on me. Now, I've articulated that on this show has anyone else? Please call me and tell me if you've heard any other people, including the great, Sean Hannity. Rush Limbaugh, whatever. But shillue is the guy who has I can I called it out. What had happened, and I've got the transcript threes, and I had it handy dandy because it's pinned to the wall in my office, the Lester Holt, I thought about Russia when I was firing Komi is the biggest fake news of the Trump. Administration and they keep citing and dummy George Conway cited it on that podcast because he's not too bright either. You know, why he admitted it he's driving home in the car, and he hears it on the radio because NBC announced president admits Russia was as no-one no-one stops and listens to the entire interview. No one reads transcripts, maybe. Because they don't have a three hour talk radio show. Like, I do and I gotta I gotta fill the time. So I'm like, I better be prepared. And I read these transcripts. Everyone listened to that that Lester Holt interview that was edited and they talk about selectively edited tapes, they cut it in the in mid ramble. And I'll admit the guy rambles all the time President Trump, but in mid ramble he said the word Russia, and he went on to say, despite the fact that you people were holding rush over my head. I said, I gotta do the right thing. Biggest fake news of all. And Conway uses that in this podcast, and everyone here thinks they're all experts in policy and everything else. And no one calls him on it and says that was a fake news story, dummy he goes on to reveal something even more important Chris from Brooklyn's calling and wait I'm going to give him this one. Because this is even better listen to the rest of this George Conway quote..

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"civil division" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on Skullduggery

"The. A little less than two years ago. George Conway was one half of what looked like it was about to become the new power couple in Donald Trump's Washington. His wife Kellyanne who helped engineer Trump's upset victory in the two thousand sixteen election had just landed a big job in the White House as the president's senior counselor Conway himself, a high price litigator and it Tony New York. Law firm was offered a top post at the Justice department as chief of the civil division. But then to the surprise of many Conway backed out and never joined the Trump administration ever since he is a merged as one of the president's sharpest legal critics on the right skewering, the White House's positions in a series of evermore, stinging tweets and newspaper op EDS. He recently watched a new organization checks and balances that hopes to mobilize conservative Republican warriors to protest with they see as the president serial violations of legal and constitutional norms. And now, George Conway is speaking. Out ready to explain for the first time what he's doing. And why in an exclusive interview on this episode of skulduggery? There is. There is absolutely no collusion. I didn't make a phone goal to Russia. I have nothing to do with Russia. Everybody knows people have gotta know whether or not their president's crop. I'm not a crook. I told the American people I did not create arms. My heart the my contention still tell me that's true. But perfect the evidence. He'll me it is not I did not have sexual relations for that to British government has learned the Saddam Hussein recently saw significant quantities of uranium from Africa. How many times have to answer this question, and you just shared his rooms? Michael Isikoff chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo news. And I'm Dan Kleinman editor in chief of Yahoo news. You know, Danny. We try to have cool guests on this podcast. We try to make have news making guests on this podcast. But I am really jazzed about this one George Conway is someone that people all over Washington and all over the country have been fascinated by obviously the husband of Kellyanne Conway who is Trump's most ardent defender on cable television. And yet he has been tweeting at the president criticizing him for months now. It's going to be a fascinating conversation. I think we should get right to it. Okay. We now have the man himself. George conway. Welcome to skulduggery. Thank you. And I just want to make a statement. Okay. Did you submit the statement before for review entered into the record? Okay. Object. On this podcast under protest. This is under compulsion. Know you've been harassed me. Finally got subpoena power. I me about this for how am but look us. Not just me hasn't the entire world been haranguing you to appear in some. No, it's been happening. And it was like from last year because of the anniversary of of the Clinton scandals that. Yeah, you do we'll get we'll get to that. Did you have something to do? You know, starting in two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen all these people doing TV shows. And there was at FOX better you start getting these calls like they want you to go on somebody writing a book to this and all that stuff and the guy the first guy that guy from slate. Yeah. Wanted me to do this law. Breslow. Podcast. And I I just I never did anything. I never I could have written a book. Probably right could've done that. But look people wanted you not just for that more recently. They've wanted you for other bugging me for this podcast since two thousand seventeen wore you down. The problem is to get him off my back. I said, I'll do it. All right. Let's get to it. You've just started this group checks and balances conservative Republican lawyers who want to speak out about what the Trump administration is doing tell us what inspired you to do this. And what you hope to accomplish..

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"civil division" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A year endangered salmon, we'll see new protections after the EPA in Washington state agreed to settle a lawsuit. Brought by environmental advocates and five trade. Groups of internet service providers are suing Vermont's governor over the states net neutrality regulations. Vermont one of four states that have barred ISP's from slowing web traffic after the FCC scrapped net neutrality rules, Bloomberg law. Everything you need all on one legal research platform, including guidance analysis and Bloomberg market intelligence. Find out more at bloomberglaw dot com. Now, another Legal News. Let's look at the Trump administration's new ultimatum for the ninth circuit court of appeals. The White House tells the California based court must rule on DACA before the end of the month or the administration will take the case back to the supreme court for more on this development. Bloomberg's June Grasso speaks at Leon fresco partner at Holland and Knight and former deputy assistant attorney general for the office of immigration that Gatien at the US department of Justice civil division. Leon how unusual is it for the administration to write a letter to an appeals court warning the judges to issue a decision or else? Well, it is extremely unusual for the last time. I remember this happening the Texas, litigation when the President Obama at that time wanted to do the deferred action for the parents of the US citizens and Kate for being held up by the similar concept was was employed, which is to tell the lower court. Hey, the supreme court term is from my over to June. And if you don't let us get an argument soon, then we'll have to wait 'til next October to start again in order to get a decision in June. Then that's why they're they have the center for the year. So the ninth circuit has ruled against Trump on the travel ban and his proposed ban on transgender soldiers and the military is the government and -ticipant the ninth circuit is going to rule against it on DACA is that why it's so concerned about getting the case to supreme court. Correct. They believe that based on the way the oral argument when and based on past immigration decision from the judges on that three judge panel of the DACA case that they believe that. There's no doubt about that. Case is going to go against the government. And they want to move it to a court where they knew they have a more likely favorable outcome here and also the sort of get this DACA issue within the court to resolve. So they can return it back to congress..

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"civil division" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"KFI AM, seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. Brian Stelter dismissed John Bolton is a talking head. You know for FOX talking head for FOX John Bolton served in two presidential positions confirmed by the Senate department of Justice. He was system attorney general for legislative affairs and assistant attorney general for the civil division. He served at the State Department under the Bush administration, he served his arm Basser to the United Nations, of course, now he's the national security advisor to President Trump. But he was dismissed it's just a talking head by Brian Stelter? Who's accomplished nothing in his life? He didn't interview of this guy. The porn star. Lawyer these slip and fall lawyer. Event. The or whatever the hell is name, and he actually promotes the guy as a serious presidential contender in a softball interview. Never questioned him about his own ethics issues. Never questioning about the lawsuits that are in his life. That that raise serious serious issues about this Lawry's integrity, never says a word. Greg gut failed points out that Brian Stelter, actually, tried to get the president of the United States banned from Twitter. And from Twitter. This is the kind of person you're dealing with here. He's used a refrain about the president of the United States and his mental wellness. He's pushed that agenda now for for months and months. I said he talked about the missing Melania Trump. Where is she? Where's the missing Melania? Trump. Now. Why does somebody do this sort of thing? I'll tell you. Why? Not only is he way over his head. He's not particularly bright dot. Really educated as a journalist. He basically was sitting in his underwear any in his basement somewhere in Pennsylvania and the New York Times spotted him. But the reason hell attack somebody like me or something is the same reason the media attack Trump or the media tack cabinet or the media tech anybody they seek. To destroy your reputation. They seek to characterists has Nate you. They seek to shut you up. Which is why so many of you love the president. He doesn't put up with it. Which is why cavenaugh must fight on or they win. The destruction of the judicial confirmation process goes on he must fight on people not stand up to this. Which is why I don't take any crap from this guy or any of these guys. And that's what the the people behind me. The next generation of broadcasters. Need to understand many of them ply. The try to play the middle while claiming to be conservative. They play up to the New York Times the play up to CNN, they will get burned. And maybe even destroyed if they play that game. Because that may be their game. But it's not the left's game. As I've told you before I cannot tell you how many times I've been invited on these these various Sunday shows and other shows as long as all attack Republicans and attack conservatives I'm going to attack them, I'll do it on my own microphone. I'm not a dancing monkey for the left. And yet they're out there. Conservatives who are happy to do. It look at the Santa's in Florida. They have tried it repeat they've tried repeatedly to paint. This man is a racist. On no basis whatsoever. Other than the left twisting his words. Trying to smear him and he's fighting back as he must. He's fighting back. We all have to fight back..

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U.S. court orders Trump administration to fully reinstate DACA program

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

08:14 min | 2 years ago

U.S. court orders Trump administration to fully reinstate DACA program

"Sovereign jetty White House reporter for the daily caller with. All the news but you need to know from coming out of the White House. And Capitol Hill I'm Mary Walter and I'm here. With bids colonies so good morning happy as always to be joining this morning by Joe digenova legal analyst and pharmacy is turning to the, district of Columbia, Joe. Good morning. Sir good morning glad to have you. Back on Friday the big news coming out that a judge John Bates US District Judge John Bates has now barred the Trump administration from ending DACA and saying that they need to fully restore the deferred action for. Childhood arrivals program that's that that program put in. Place by President Obama that allows young illegal immigrants Or they were, young at one point. To stay. In the United States without punishment how, is it exactly and and the judge says that. The Trump administration failed in its rationale for why it was changing it back. Why does it need to provide a rationale of this is an executive action to begin with well actually it. Doesn't make a confession here John I'm a John Bates the chief of my civil. Division when I was US attorney and then recommended. Him for a US district court judge John is is a good man but in this case he happens to be deadly wrong let's remember, this is this, beautifully. Named deferred. Action for childhood arrivals that's what docket. Stands for this is the goofy name that President Obama thought up to violate the law out of whole cloth he created an illegal program with a right to stay President Trump becomes president and says okay well that. Executive order by President Obama is a legal unconstitutional ongoing rescinded he's already said that Publicly that is sufficient reason the is simply wrong this notion this is something that the. Judge and two other. Judges just don't wanna do they don't want to take responsibility for making these children quote unquote leave the country. This is another outrageous example of judicial overreach he said that the reasons given by the president? Or, arbitrary and capricious my answer to that. Is. Nonsense get yourself a dictionary judge Joe why why does the constitutionally constitutionality and legality of this action even matter like let's pretend it. Was all fine and on the up. And up wouldn't it be well within the president's rights. To remove, a program put in place by the same branch of. Government yes it it it. Is within his the is simply wrong you know this is this is under the rubric of these. These old cases from the nineteen seventies by liberal judges that wants a right has been, created, by, the government in order to take it away you have to have. Some over arching justification This is the corruption of judicial overreach and how it has infected our. Public policy the fundamental rule here is the president who, follows, another, president can rescind. The executive orders of the previous president that. He's black letter constitutional law and the fact that federal judges refused to. Recognize it shows why it's important to get Brett Cavanaugh, on, the. Supreme? Court could everything is going to have to work its way to? The supreme court and that's part of what what's going on on the, left is that they're just delaying delaying delaying the marvelous game the left cannot win through elections so it winds through? The, courts regrettably. This is a Republican judge John Bates he's. A nice, guy but he's just dead wrong let's talk about another judge Dana sabroto a. US district judge who said that the Trump administration is responsible for finding immigrant parents who were deported and chose to. Leave their children here or who were release East into the US for whatever reason without their children how is. This the administration's responsibility if the parents chose to leave their children here in wouldn't take them with them this is another example of, incomprehensible judicial conduct I'm not quite sure what it's gonna take to sort of get federal judges back into the role that the constitution. Gives them which is relatively limited one had like five or six federal judges. Basically running the government telling the president of the United States that he can't do things that he was elected to. Do that is absolutely absurd it. Is a kind of judicial autonomy that. Has gotten out of control. There is. No justification for what, that judge did and yet. It continues this is going to happen until we get. A full smackdown from the supreme court on the substance of each issue which is whether or not the president has already and then secondarily these nationwide Guide injunctions the. Judges issue from one little court? In podunk that's all gotta stop and the supreme court has to address that the. FBI has released some documents related to Christopher. Steele move onto him he's the the guy who compiled the Trump dossier the the one is filled with all sorts of half, truths and and skeptical. Information of in terms of how credulous we should be about it Christopher Steele FBI documents heavily heavily redacted we can find out almost no information this is almost this. Is almost a joke. Right well what we know now is that this is this is no. Longer even open to question notwithstanding the lunatics on, CNN MSNBC and the. New York Times and the Washington Post there was the plot a brazen plot to exonerate Hillary Clinton and to frame Donald Trump it's real simple stop it it's not. Even open to, question anymore The Steele dossier is basically, unverified garbage none of it has ever been verified I keep hearing John Brennan and others say oh. Some of it's been verified but they never quite say. What ended has been. Verified and the reason is they can't what's really interesting is it after Steele was fired by the FBI for violating. Their rules as a confidential informant they actually continue to use him by having him report directly to Bruce Moore who was out of the deputies office under Obama in the Justice department and then. Bruce or acted steals, mouthpiece going back. To the f. b. i. and giving. Them the same type of bad intelligence and, the? FBI, because this is what they do made three o two's for every interview that they had. With Bruce source they're they're like sixty or seventy of these forms which Senator Grassley. Wants to make public, the bureau is refusing by the way keep your eyes and ears. Open over the, next week. Or two or a little bit more More there's going to be more stuff on five it's going to be fascinating it's going to get very ugly for Christopher Wray and rod Rosenstein. As evidence continues to mount that they are withholding information from congress and the public merely. Because they don't want to embarrass the, bureau or their predecessors at the department of Justice very interesting we will be looking for that Jaysekulow has come out and said that if Muller subpoenas the president they're gonna fight. Them all. The way to the supreme court But yet doesn't is fine the face, of what Rudy. Giuliani has been out saying to the last week or so well I think you're seeing a little good cop bad cop here I don't expect, the president to agree to any. Interview by Muller given the incredible illegitimacy of Muller's investigation the manner in which it's, been conducted the people who were conducting it. I think that the president is. Under no constitutional obligation in a case like this. Where he is not accused of a crime he is not a vital witness. There is no evidence that he has any information the special counsel has not provided to the president. In any of his letters any evidence that he thinks the president possesses which. Can get from no one else under existing law the. President is generally quote not. Available because he's very busy in this situation I think the, president will win any fight over subpoena I think Muller knows that and I think if, he were, going to, issue a subpoena he would've issued a long long Time ago. He doesn't want to issue it subpoenaed. Yeah I mean the president's in Bedminster a lotta time to think about whether, or not he actually wants. To do this we'll see what the outcome of that is Joe digenova thank you very. Much, really appreciate it as always seven fifteen now, wwl.

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"civil division" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"The administrators were definitely afraid of the kids i agree with you stewart i think it is absolutely insane and it's one of the reason i checked up when the place that should be the most open minded launch pad of a of salon turns into a lockdown place where you can get cornered like lord of the flies type situation and it's time to it's time to check out back to dershowitz who is not a pony tail in search of a man or a revolutionary on a pension arguing about a copay dershowitz has some strong opinions and our guy boob a bob muller outsourcing his gestapo like raid to the new york office of the fbi again this comes from the fox business network when the director of the fbi komi leaks information and launders it through a columbia law professor and then reis book in which he leaks information that he learned in confidence from the president we have to understand leaking is part of the way the justice department operates and is always information forgive me if this information has leaked doesn't that pretty much destroy the lawyer client privilege in the united states and isn't mr muller responsible for that it's really been destroyed even if it doesn't leak as soon as an fbi agent breeds material that's lawyer client privilege the sixth amendment has been ryan violated the fourth amendment has been violated dershowitz went on to denounce the fbi's blatant violation of collins constitutional rights but he saved his strongest criticism for the american civil liberties union supposedly the vigilant protector of civil liberties in america unbelievable that the american civil division has lost its way they used to be at least one organization there would always stand up for the rights of innocent clients remember that's what's done to clients can be done to patients and doctor relationship to penitents and priest penitent relationships spouse spousal privileges and the aclu is now on the floor or front saying okay that's okay as long as you're going to get donald trump we don't care about civil liberties trumping everything is getting trump and that's the aco you and but today the civil liberties union has become an enemy of civil liberties dershowitz is correct again here he didn't say it in reminds any history buff of barriers enemies of the people purges in the soviet union are maybe heinrich muller or mueller the notorious head.

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"civil division" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"To the crime and said required wrongful convictions reversed by the supreme court threatened to invite anybo indict by who attest for five for defense including in house legal counsel hid evidence for defense for six years four merrill executives served year in prison fifth circuit court held weisman plainly suppressed evidence plano suppressed evidence how could a man like that still practice law tell what happened on that please it's all on your wife since july right well unfortunately circuit held the information that they plainly the although it was favorable to the defense material which is part of the legal standard required to reverse a conviction but it's not part of the standard required to find an ethical violation so one of the leading legal ethics experts in the country filed a grievance against weizman with a new york bar at the time that was fouled he was deputy deputy director of the fbi with mr molars that the department of justice civil division defended mr weisman on the ethics charges new york bar without telling us held onto it for a number of months leading us to believe they were actually looking at it but unbeknownst us they had punted it to the department of justice office of professional responsibility at the same time the department of justice civil division was defending mr weisman no problem yeah no no problem never mind they got actually yellow highlighted the evidence they knew was precisely favorable to the defense and surgically excised from some race they gave us that were completely misleading and surgically excised it through all of the records yeah what they provided us an only found it by accident third team of prosecutors accidentally gave me a distant had all this stuff yellow highlighted on it down purpose module see what was going on no it was an accident that occurred team produce that yes they done it wow at it to this day and you would never know what happened where'd you ed you ever seen anything like this before in your entire life lord why is he studied the law you believed in law he believed that people were trying to do the right thing this had to really change change your opinion of things didn't it it did i mean i felt compelled to write the book i knew that no criminal defendant could right because then they would always be perceived as having cloud over their head once they've been indicted.

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"civil division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The number four america dot com kfi am 640 iheart of kfi in the sky kfi am 640 jane wells filling in for john and ken they'll be back next week all right uh sexual harassment update because you know it's been five minutes according to the washington post the justice department has a systemic problem and how it handles sexual harassment complaints according to an inspector general as some perpetrators were given little discipline or even later rewarded with bonus this good job good job for grabbing her at the same time the number of allegations of sexual men konta misconduct has been increasing over the past five years so that means back into the obama administration and the complaints of evolve listen to this uh us attorney who had a sexual relationship with a subordinate and sent harassing techs and emails win it ended okay this is a us attorney a civil division lawyer who groped the breasts and buttocks of two female trial attorneys how and achieve deputy us marshal who had sex with quote approximately nine women on multiple occasions in his us marshal service office according to reports obtained by the washington post under a freedom of information act request okay will maybe that was consensual is just against the rules story numbertwo because it's been now one minute since we've talked about sexual harassment corey lewandowski is now being accused of sexual assault by singer joy via this is according to politico she had a pronounces avila or hang its villa villa thank you see how well no i screwed it up first time and then the editors how to pronounce or of course i i looked at it and i still messed up at its villa joy villa she's a a singer.

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"civil division" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Don't have time to tell about why we don't have that right now but they need to do that i want to say one thing that ought number of these matters president trump is represented by the united states department of justice at taxpayer expense including on the emoluments clause cases and the three separate a by musk laws cases about far government monte coming to president trump is the by the by the united states department of justice they're very good lawyers over there they were not able to persuade some of the bus or of the country including kellyanne conway's husband george kawhi he wouldn't touch that says that civil division john richard you've the crew has sued over the weekend we have slow over the emoluments clause pastas and the two other losses but those have been defended by the justice department they have good lawyers over there there is some excellent lawyers who will not take jaws work for donald trump i wonder what good morning america civil division of the justice department or were there secca donald trump does have some financial resources we don't know what currency were much what i don't think he's probably ineligible to receive assistance may legally clinic at the universe so i eat i think that he has the resources to hire topflight lawyers and it i don't know who these clowns are over a number of things i don't understand about the mcl it in the mustache but anyway it's his business so he wants to hire but here's lawyered up a lot of her lawyer up this is the most welltodo a white house we've added decades and so i i don't really feel sorry for them in terms of their access to highquality legal services but some really good lawyers don't want to work for certain types of clients from zappa's ago tweet out something is exactly the opposite of what you just sat on their behalf twenty four hours earlier that's wire kellyanne conway hausas georgia me actually went out that sweater and a suppressor shooting herself in the foot so i think a lot of these problems he's may is brought on sale well it's for the next question will try to get as many speakers in question astor's as possible please so my name sam i just want to ask so it's a bit of a speculative question all of you so assuming that.

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"civil division" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on WGTK

"_s_r a news i'm wrong to watch trip soldiers in paris is or earlier port confronted it would be shooter saturday morning bbc's correspondent you schofield them and suddenly launch himself against a woman the soldier who was part of a three person military patrol trying to grab para so frye forty four start to the ground the two other soldier has been open five and killed him police major tree made a link with the previous incident this morning in return motorist in the more than para suburbs open phi with appellate gun on a police patrol that stopped him for a check it's now established but this is the same man who carried out the only attack schofield adds the prosecutor says the thirty year old french born suspect yelled that he wanted to die the name of all up also what s around news dot com detroit police say a man charged with attempted murder in the shooting of two police officers has been linked by dna evidence to the fatal shooting in november of all wayne state university police sergeant going ever their their forensic a match it's significant but as uh pointed out it represents one part not the total parts detroit police she jeans craig tells w x y z tv the officers injuries are not live threatening although one was shot in the neck the wall street journal reporting president trump is chosen the husband of white house counts for kelly and conway they had the civil division of the justice department george conway woodhead the office that has responsibility for defending the administrations proposed to travel band and defending lawsuit filed against the administration us court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit on saturday refuse the request from the standing rockin shiny and rivers to tribe's a stop the imminent flow of oil through the dakota access pipeline that means the pipeline to move north dakota oil to el annoyed could be operating as early as monday this is _s_r end news and then original down and to the fall the love too and the action and does life those that can i'm on was the man behind read his story ever total who belongs to victory this time he's finding jesus new season tonight in houston into civic on see in the following is a real why story from trinity depth management i had a lot of credit card debt than i couldn't pay five.

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"civil division" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"civil division" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Countries the since nine eleven you're honor i don't have that information from the civil division at that it that helped get me out getting let me tell you the answer that is known as best i can tell so i mean you know you're you're here arguing on the happen someone else says we have to protect the united states from these individuals coming from these countries and there's no support for that it here i think the point is that because this the question of foreign affairs because is that it an area where congress has delegate enough for each the president to make these determination it's the president the gets to make the determinations and the court doesn't have authority to look behind those determinations their specially like determination better committed agency discretion and i do think that at this by playing exclaimed that climbing the man dollars it is directly on point and that if the if the if the other four corners of the executive or executive order of her basically legitimate and bonafide reason for it which they do here that that the court can look behind that i can't understand that for your career papers and you have a very force with reserve argument but i'm also and asked to look in determined at the executive orders irrationally based and fractionally base to me implies that to some extent i have to finding grounded in facts as opposed to fiction so we all agreed to me to better secure the border and the polish reporters ensures to hire illegal immigrants you know we are a generous and welcoming people here in the united states but those who enter the country legally and those who employed i'm just respect the role of wall and they are showing disregard for those who are following galore we simply can not allow people to for into the united states undetected on documented fun checked and circumvent in the line of it for waiting patiently diligently am lawful eight the become immigrants.

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