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Trump-backed candidates lose in Kentucky, North Carolina
"Meanwhile elsewhere voters were both president trump and donated to Republicans that he opposed as seats for North Carolina and Kentucky Tuesday in western North Carolina GOP voters picked a twenty four year old a medicine called thorn who uses a wheelchair following an accident over the trump back real estate agent Linda Bennett for that seat to be vacated by congressman mark meadows who's now trump's chief of staff Kentucky Republican representative Thomas Massie we all learned his name after you because quite a situation a few months ago when a forced everyone in Congress to come back to vote on the pandemic funding bill president savaging him as a disaster for American but he has been renominated for a sixth
Mark Meadows resigning from Congress to become Trump's chief of staff
"House there's a change in the president's chief of staff among this pandemic Mick Mulvaney is reportedly leaving his role today the former South Carolina congressman has held several roles in the administration Mulvaney's next job will be the U. S. special envoy to Northern Ireland he'll be replaced as chief of staff by North Carolina congressman mark meadows who is currently the top Republican on the house oversight committee meadows is set to resign from Congress
Coronavirus crisis exposes Trump's limitations
"From the White House to the centers for disease control in Atlanta and all hands response by the trump administration meant to reassure Americans that its strategy to contain the coronavirus is working with the only country in that sense the lack thank you very much everybody but the white house's preparedness is being both tested and question critics argue that the administration hasn't adequately produce testing material to detect the true scope of the virus which is now spread to dozens of states and the district of Columbia causing events like the annual south by southwest gathering in Texas to be canceled and California officials to delay docking privileges for the virus affected grand princess cruise ship globally the outbreak has sent shockwaves from China were a hospital meant to house the infirmed collapsed yesterday to Italy were sixteen million people have not been placed under quarantine back at the White House the staff shake up cap the turbulent week has the president tweeted he'll replace acting chief of staff Nick Mulvaney with retiring North Carolina congressman mark meadows a staunch supporter of the president on Capitol Hill tomorrow the house is set to set up a special center to prepare infrastructure for possible telework as Capitol Hill becomes the latest front in the fight Chris Kevin Corke reporting from Mar a Lago Kevin
Trump loyalist Mark Meadows named new chief of staff
"Time president trump is naming congressman mark meadows as his new chief of staff he replaces Mick Mulvaney who's been acting in the role for more than a year presidential historian Paul Brandis speaks with WTOP's Kyle Cooper on Skype on why the president chose meadows well my nose has been one of president trump's most reliable most staunch supporters ever since the president came to town he of course said that he was retiring from Congress did not want to run again so
Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is out. Mark Meadows will take on role
"President Donald Trump is naming congressman mark meadows as his new chief of staff he replaces Mick Mulvaney who's been acting in that role for more than a year presidential historian Paul Brandis speaks with WTOP's Kyle Cooper on Skype about why the president chose metals well meadows has been one of president trump's most reliable most staunch supporters ever since the president came to town here gore said that he was retiring from Congress did not want to run again so
Trump loyalist Mark Meadows named new chief of staff
"The White House has a new chief of staff president trump sent out a pair of tweets announcing North Carolina congressman mark meadows will be the new chief of staff trump said that he and meadows and along very good working relationship Beddoes replaces acting chief Mick Mulvaney will become the U. S. special envoy for Northern
Trump loyalist Mark Meadows named new chief of staff
"Her acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has been removed from that role and is being replaced by a Republican lawmaker correspondents are west where this was a decision that has been under discussion at the White House for weeks the president is installing a loyalist here congressman mark meadows his new chief of staff is someone who's been an informal adviser to the president for a long time Mulvaney will become special envoy for Northern
In shakeup, Trump names Congressman Mark Meadows his new chief of staff
"Congressman mark meadows is taking over as White House chief of staff replacing Mick Mulvaney in a tweet last night president trump announced the shift and said Mulvaney will serve as the U. S. special envoy for Northern Ireland meadows will be trump's fourth chief of staff in as many
Trump replaces Chief of Staff Mulvaney with close ally Meadows
"On Friday night president trump announced congressman mark meadows will become as chief of staff replacing him acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney this is kera Phillips has more that truck but now small babies departure in a tweet saying I want to thank acting chief Mick Mulvaney for having served the administration so well he will become the United States special envoy for Northern Ireland using ABC news
Trump loyalist Mark Meadows named new chief of staff
"President trump has announced on Twitter that he's officially parting ways with acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney just after fourteen months on the job ABC's Kyra Phillips has more on the president's fourth chief of staff congressman mark meadows resident says that he has known and worked with the meadows for a long time and that they have a good relationship meadows is one of Congress's most conservative members he served as the chairman of the house freedom caucus until last year and is a one of the president's closest allies the long rumored move comes as Mr trump has been surrounding himself with loyalists as he prepares for a tough
Trump names Mark Meadows as new chief of staff
"Seven president trump announcing by tweet that he has named Republican congressman mark meadows from North Carolina chief of staff he replaces Mick Mulvaney who held the role in an acting capacity is CBS news Matt Piper meadows who is not seeking reelection and steps into the chief of staff role after mounting a vigorous defense of the president during the impeachment hearings will be president trump's fourth chief of staff so far Albini became the acting White House chief of staff in January of twenty nineteen replacing general John Kelly Mulvaney was also serving as the office
Mick Mulvaney out as White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows to replace him
"President trump shakes up his White House leadership replacing his acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney with retired North Carolina Republican congressman mark meadows trump announced the staff reshuffle in the state in a series of tweets last night the long rumored move comes as the president surround himself with loyalists in preparation for a tough reelection
Mick Mulvaney out as White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows to replace him
"President trump has announced that congressman mark meadows will succeed Mick Mulvaney as the new White House chief of staff acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney will be reassigned as the US special envoy for Northern Ireland Mulvaney had been leading the inter agency response to the coronavirus until president trump we assign that task to vice president Mike pence incoming mark meadows has been one of the president's staunchest congressional allies he had announced he will not seek reelection for his house seat from North
Trump names Rep. Mark Meadows his new chief of staff
"President trump announced that Mick Mulvaney will become the special envoy for Northern Ireland and that he's naming North Carolina congressman mark meadows as his new chief of staff the decision comes as the trump administration faces criticism for its handling of the corona virus outbreak Mulvaney had been in charge of the inter agency response until the vice president was tapped congressman meadows was the head of the conservative freedom caucus and was praised for his defense of president trump during the impeachment process Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump names Mark Meadows as new chief of staff
"Arraf president trump announcing he has a new chief of staff in a tweet naming congressman mark meadows to the post replacing Mick Mulvaney who held the position of acting chief of staff Nick Mulvaney a founding member of the freedom caucus in Congress was also an original member of the trump cabinet serving first as the director of the office of management and budget where he played a major role in the passage of the tax cuts and jobs act of twenty seventeen he also served for over a year as the acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau before the president name Mulvaney as his acting chief of
Pelosi not yet ready to transmit Trump's impeachment to the Senate
"For the past several weeks. There's been one burning question dominating this saga. When Will Nancy Pelosi? The speaker of the house transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate and therefore launched the trial process in the Senate. While this morning Speaker Pelosi finally addressed at that point. Take a listen now in terms of impeachment. You'll keep asking me the same question. I keep giving you the same answer. As I said right from the start art we need to see that the arena in which we are sending our managers is that too much to ask of course addressing that point in an answering that question or two different things. A Pelosi later added that she's not holding onto the articles indefinitely and that she would probably transmit them soon soon. I've got to fantastic guests to help me make sense of all of this political gamesmanship in a few minutes will be talking with CNN. National Security and legal analysts. Susan Hennessy but I I'm joined by my colleague. CNN Politics Congressional reporter. Alex Rogers Alex. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks so much for me so it seems to me. After days. Days Days of stasis on this story we did learn in the last twenty four hours several things one as I just said speaker. Pelosi said she's likely to transmit these soon she's not going to hold onto them forever. To President. Trump actually asserted yet again today. He's opened. Witnesses named some witnesses. He's interested in of course. Course which are total non starters For the Democrats in terms of Adam Schiff or Joe Biden or hunter Biden or the whistle blower but is has said and he's going to really leave this to the Senate. We learned that Mitch McConnell the majority leader in the Senate went to the White House and briefed the president on what the contours of this trial is going to look like. So it sounds like the president has more information about Mitch. McConnell's vision of how this trial is going to play out then speaker. Pelosi does which is why she's still hanging onto the articles as we're recording this at least and Finally we've learned that there seems to be a strategic divide going on between the president and and his advisors and or some of his advisers and certainly the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell in terms of whether or not he wants some very vociferous defenders from the House Republican Conference To join in defending his case in the Senate McConnell of course worried that Too partisan partisan of abroal may upset the apple cart with some of the moderate center. Republicans that they need to keep on board with the plan here so all of those. Those things have emerged in the last twenty four hours and yet Nancy Pelosi is still holding onto the articles of impeachment. What does that mean soon when you expect her to send these to the Senate or she said today today I'll send them over when I'm ready and we're still trying to figure out what leverage she has Senator Majority Leader Mitch? McConnell said yesterday that she has none he has the votes. It's a simple majority devote Democrats are hoping that there are four Republicans to join them. But now we've talked to Susan Collins. Lisa Murkowski Mitt Romney and all of them are on Mitch McConnell. Donald Seidel Miss. So we're wondering here. What Nancy Pelosi is looking for if there's any possible signal that she could get from The Republican leader. She says that she just wants to see the rules. Mitch McConnell says let's just go back to the nineteen ninety nine precedent under Clinton and. Just run with that now she. It seemed to me when she walked into a press conference. Today Should two main message point. She wanted to hit when it came to the issue of impeachment. One was. She's not buying this whole Mitch. McConnell nineteen ninety nine Clinton enroll. She thinks he's not portraying how those were set up namely the Clinton rules were devised in a bipartisan agreement. And I think there was one hundred hundred nothing vote supporting them. In the United States Senate That was hammered out with the blessing of the leaders. Trent Lott and Tom Daschle. Nothing like that is going on with McConnell when Schumer right now is Pelosi's point number one so she doesn't By his argument that this is playing by the Clinton rules. That was one thing she wanted to drive home but number two it seems she wanted to sort of list Her reasons that she thinks she's been victorious in this decision to hold onto the articles articles namely that it has put the issue of documentation and witnesses front and center in a way that if the articles had immediately gone over in December. Maybe they weren't. What do you make of that? I mean her point is that there's a number of witnesses who have not been Who have refused to testify and the Clinton Peterman process? All of those witnesses had already talked before that that evidence was already out there But the thing is that she right now is losing not only those moderate Republicans Republicans at your needs but also Democrats. There's a number of them who've said in the past couple of days that let's just let's just get this started senator. Dianne Feinstein said if we're going to do it she she she should send them over. I don't see what good delay does. She's later walk that back. Other Congressmen have also Adam Smith at today on CNN. Basically said let's transmit these articles goals that's during the Senate trial and then he later said I misspoke wait. I missed how Senator Feinstein walked back to her comments. What did she say? Because it's all those comments my eyes widen so I I missed the walk back. She said today that those comments are now being taken out of context okay. I don't know if that's a real walk back. They're not out of context are they. I don't know vow. The the thing though is what does holding the articles now do for the Democrats. Are they really going to be able to change the rules. Or they can get these witnesses upfront. No Mitch McConnell has the votes. And he's ready to go he's made that crystal clear what What do you make of this concern concern that? McConnell has apparently expressed that Having some very vocal House Republican conference members who were Lord Diehard trump supporters at all costs be part of his defense may upset the apple cart of sort of the Republican unanimity. That you just described that he's been able cobbled together. How is how big of a concern do you sense? Is this for McConnell. So we have some reporting from Sarah Westwood Phil Mattingly came out today. There's there's this struggle between some of president trump's allies who think that a legalistic argument by Patsy. Baloney the White House counsel so is Not going to be good enough. You need to win this. It's it's not only trial but it's somewhat theater have your most for syphilis. Allies Congressman Jim Jordan Congressman Mark Meadows. Some of these people who can articulate the president's argument in different style. Then you also have Senator Mitch McConnell's view. It appears where those those people are going to turn off exactly the Republicans that you need. You Need Susan Collins. Lisa Murkowski the people people in the middle so the president right now is receiving this conflicting advice. And we don't know yet. I don't think the decision has been made on who is going to defend the president and the trial yet. Yeah no we have not heard that decision we know that Pets Bologna and his team. The White House counsel on his team Have put together a plan and that there seems to be one but we don't yet know exactly who will be doing the defending of the president. And I think that the president who we know consume so much Fox News and sort of has this echo chamber constantly feedback loop in in. His mind doesn't always necessarily think the way McConnell does about Are we just doing a full on brawl with the Democrats here or is there work to be done with your own party here and McConnell's clearly trying to make the case Mr President don't lose sight. Yes you're going to be acquitted but you've got to still keep your party on board. I think right now if you just run the nineteen ninety nine Clinton trial rules you will see each side making their argument and then a couple of days of questions from the senators and then you vote whether to dismiss the whole thing right then there or then to also get into the witnesses that Democrats think will bolster their case my final question for you before we go to break you say that Democrats will boast of their case. What about the fact that Donald Trump is still out there saying he wants them? Witnesses I Mitch. McConnell sort of in a no witnesses camp. He doesn't necessarily want to see Joe Biden or Hunter Abidin or the whistle blower called. So there's a difference there too is they're not of course There are some Republicans who want to see honor Biden. They WANNA Have I think Senator Ron Johnson said this week the full gamut of witnesses. But you've also seen Senator Susan Collins who you know really the crucial senator here say a that it would be inappropriate inappropriate for president trump to say to China investigate on our Biden Susan Collins once witnesses But we we don't really think that means also hundred I think we've that means you know people with firsthand evidence other people who testified before the house. Yeah actual impertinent witnesses to this What these articles of impeachment are about and therefore pertinent to this trial? Alex let's take a pause and our conversation for the moment legal analysts Susan. Hennessy will join us right
What to expect during Monday’s impeachment hearing
"The impeachment inquiry resumes tomorrow morning with the next hearing of the house Judiciary Committee committee chair Jerry Nadler today on NBC's meet the press on Monday we're gonna have a report from the intelligence committee examination of their of their people by by the both sides and after that we'll have decisions to make about drafting articles and where it goes and what role will house speaker Nancy Pelosi play to have a role as as as many of the members of the caucus but the decisions have to made based on on everything we've learned to until now and based on what we hear tomorrow Republican congressman mark meadows on CNN this president has gone through so much they've been making accusations about this president that not only are not based on facts but they're falls in so in doing that and getting to the bottom of it is key neither expects articles of impeachment to be ready for review later
Mark Meadows Reacts to Impeachment Testimony
"Republican congressman mark meadows weighs in at a state department official Philip reeker face questioning Saturday as part of the house impeachment inquiry into president trump's pressure on Ukraine there was there was certainly a number of questions that continue to try to convey is there an impeachable offense here was there some quid pro quo and and and now you have another high ranking state department official they didn't provide any support for that
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on KTRH
"Only investigator empowered to file indictments by the way against the perpetrators of the Russian gate hoaxes conducting a far more thorough investigation than the house GOP. robbers ever expected now congressman mark meadows freedom caucus thank god for them said that he's surprised by the lengths to which Dorham is going to conduct his review of the origins of the Russian investigation I've been telling you pay attention that might be a dorm report one day. and with little public knowledge of the congressman said that the prosecutor of Connecticut is doing a lot of work behind the scenes quote I can tell you they're reaching people that I thought only I had talked to and it's going to be a good day for American a good day for justice and he said he believes barn heart which are doing a good job hopes for accountability for naming fusion GPS co founder Glenn Simpson former officials James call me Andrew McCabe instruct if people do not go to jail and this is all about just talking and rhetoric and people are not held accountable the American people be disillusioned and say enough is enough that I agree with. now the justice department is cleared the way if in fact they're going to indict Andrew McCabe I'm gonna say last thing. I'm gonna be consistent I believe in the presumption of innocence. the report by the I. G. was beyond damning. but everybody deserves their day in court I'm sorry I'm not changing and I'm not going to be inconsistent now by the way we do our friends a judicial watch yeah they got DOJ records that they didn't want to hand over through the freedom of information act about the effort within the department of justice and rod Rosenstein to wear a wire by the way speaking of McKay McCabe says all yeah he meant every word of it but they're trying to like in these back emails or are we just gonna say were joking right right we're joking we're just getting well that's not always the way it is anyway eight hundred nine four one Shawn if you want to be a part of the program listened you want to protect you and your privacy right I want my privacy. well here's the deal every email you send and receive even of his wifi protected in your house or public wifi password protect its doesn't work cyber criminals and figure that out if you want to hide every text you send or receive if you wanna hide every email you send or receive is only one way to do it that's Norton security V. P. N. it's a virtual private network that will use bank grade encryption they willing crypt.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Beat up the devices with hammers and remove sim cards. I think it's pretty clear the intent was to hide the evidence that she had violated the espionage act. Okay. So they don't care about that. Then today, we have Doug Collins, congressman, Georgia, he keeps releasing the closed door testimony. We've got struck and page and Bruce or Nellie your and a bunch of other people what's his name precept. Well, now, we got James baker's testimony today, and it's very revealing. We're going to go through the context of this and the contents of it in just a minute. We've got Devon Nunez who was on with me last night. This week. He will be releasing the first of what I believe in believes to be a series of criminal referrals. Congressman Mark meadows of the freedom caucus is their chairman said more criminals referrals to come certainly. Well deserved overwhelming evidence showing multiple FBI DOJ executives abused their power. The undermine a duly elected president, and they will be held accountable. This is just the beginning. Now, we have Bill bar. The new attorney general went before the appropriations committee today, supposedly talk about issues involving the budget of the of the department of Justice. But he had a lot of questions about Muller talked about the four things that would be redacted things that will be released in the next week or example, grand jury material that's illegal. You must redact that in that report. You can't release that you can't release sources and methods in the intelligence committee. That would be a bad idea ongoing investigation that would be a bad idea. And he went on to say that it would be released to the public within a week. And he also said that there has been no call for executive privilege up to this point. Well, they have the right to do that. Anyway, let's go to the transcript of and this. I think it's really interesting of James Baker James Baker is the top lawyer the F B FBI under Jim combing. And he admits that he was arguing with everybody else, why Hillary Clinton, in fact should have been indicted. Joining us is the author of the bestseller the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton frame Donald Trump. He's proven more, right? Every day. Greg Jarrett and David shown criminal defense and civil liberties attorney, welcome both of you. Let's start with bar. And of course, this testimony that was released isn't important what I'm reading of James baker's closed testimony. Oh, it is. Because it lends. Sustenance to the notion that this was a political move by the F B I clear, Hillary Clinton Baker determined initially that she committed crimes, and he argued vociferously until James Komi and Peter Struck and Lisa page, and then the department of Justice told him, no, we're not going to prosecute. We're setting a brand new standard that we are inventing. The does not exist in the law an intense standard for gross negligence. And so it's abundantly clear from his testimony, the fix was in the clear Panton at one of the point and that was page and struck testimony behind closed doors that was revealed. Thanks, Doug Collins, and we learned in that case, we're not making any decisions all of these decisions on Hillary. It'd be made by the attorney general Loretta Lynch, and we all know that there Hillary supporters nothing gonna happen. Lisa page said every decision they made in the Hillary. Clinton case was being dictated to them by Loretta. Lynch's department of Justice in the Obama administration and Peter Struck said the same thing. Beyond that, by the way, you have that side of the equation. You have all of the unbelievable things that were done decisions made with spectator Clinton, but what bakers testimony also gives us the other side of the equation as to the complete anti-trump by that was going on around the office part of some of the things that are so important and his testimony are his description of the mood around a department that so many higher ups were concerned that the firing of Komi could constitute obstruction of Justice. Let alone any separation of power arguments never occurred to them or the service, the president's discretion and beyond that we know from Baker now that there was serious talk about the invocation of this twenty fifth amendment. This absolute circus idea to get rid of Donald Trump that the taping of the president was a real thought, and this is all discussed by McCabe and others. And and it was a serious thing. Despite what rod Rosenstein now says. He talks about Clinton election bias is as the very important question. I think about on the face of it appeared that there was some language that could be interpreted very pro one candidate. This is the question to James Baker very anti another candidate that would be bias that you took the initiative. It's my understanding to request the FBI's internal inspection. Mechanisms take a look at the midyear case, the Hillary case to see what might be right with it wrong with it could you elaborate? That's something. We haven't heard a whole lot about. And he said, yeah, I'm looking at the inspector general report right now in front of me and discussion and there so when I heard about those tax meaning struck in page. I only read a few of them. They were described to me, and I became immediately quite alarmed, and so my thinking was well from, you know, okay. I don't know. I know that I knew that inspector general looking at him. But I knew they would ADR. Dress them. And so I knew that there was a process in place. Where that where he goes on to say, and what I was concerned about is whether any decision had been taken or not taken in the mid year case, and whether they were driven by political bias of any sort. I was quite worried about it. I wanted to make sure that we as an institution the bureau is an institution got on top of this extremely quickly. I suggest suggested the leadership warm committee sensitive sense, the sensitive so he saw what was the favoring of one candidate over another. Oh, absolutely. And and you know, bakers testimony is blockbuster. It reveals not only pro Hillary Clinton bias at the FBI and the department of Justice to absolve her the many crime she committed, but also that in the Russian investigation of Donald Trump that it too is being driven by this hate Trump bias in the media exhibited. I at the FBI rather exhibited by Peter Struck and Lisa pages tax. It was abnormal protocols were not being followed. And I must tell you that the headline for me today from William bar is that he testified he will and is personally reviewing the Trump Russia investigation, the origin of it and the conduct of the people involved meaning James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Struck. Lisa pays James Baker as well as the five individuals that the department of Justice who signed off on this phony wiretap warrant, lined the court. What's your? I mean, what what what are you saying that David? I mean, and then you add to the fact that he was asked very specifically whether or not he thought Hillary at our campaign committed a crime on the Email server he said, yes. And did nothing about it, quite frankly, this man was general counsel at the FBI, very high important responsibility. He had an obligation that he's action had to be taken and no action taken. He had to go to the attorney general the attorney general wouldn't act had a minimum. He had to report this to the inspector general at the time, but he probably added obligation to go even to the president. Maybe go someplace else. Obligation to act in this case could go to congress that he could go to congress absolute oversight opportunity to go to their doors open, but he didn't. And so that speaks volumes. But again, it's part of this atmosphere. It was hate Trump and playing politics in the department of Justice like we've never seen and carried to its full extension. What some clearly had in mind was for the first time that I'm aware of in history, this attempted coup an actual attempted coup and as use of the twenty fifth amendment and Baker says it was serious talk. And you know, one step further there are whistle blower statutes in place to protect somebody like Baker. He can go to congress. He can blow the whistle on the corruption at the FBI and the department of Justice he has a legal obligation as general counsel to do that. He would be protected. He didn't do it which makes him complicit in the corruption. Right doesn't that you agree with that? Oh, absolutely. I mean, that's we had the obligation to do it. And he didn't do it. Listen, this the I have Mr. bar in there is what people have said they've been heating for here. They there was nobody at the helm before. It's his obligated now to take these things seriously and to take seriously referrals from congress to Nunez and others have thought carefully about who to refer and why refer them and they backed it all up with evidence. No one's guessing here about what happened. It has to be investigated bar will do it. I am absolutely confident this time he said he will do it. So you think this is a whole new ballgame. It is totally new ballgame bar is an honest and honorable man who cares deeply about the rule of law in when he says, give me the predicate the reasons facts, the evidence to launch a full scale investigation of alleged corruption at the FBI and the department of Justice, I believe he will do it. I will. Take a quick break. We'll come back with more on this. We got Devin newness. Well, that means we've got criminal referrals coming this week. Okay. Everyone's going to get the the full Muller report. That's coming within a week. Then we've got a cascade of information that we will be getting more closed door testimony like this blockbuster testimony. We got from James Baker today like struck and page that we've already had many more people than we've got the three. Oh twos. We got the FIS applications. We got gang avait information on top of that. You've got the inspector general Horowitz his investigation into abuse. 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"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on KGO 810
"Is K G O San Francisco. A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon, Alexa, open the cagey. Oh, eight tenths scale for a one on K G O, I'm Nikki medoro. I North Carolina congressman a strong supporter of President Trump in the house is not going to be president. Trump's new chief of staff though, he was considered a front runner statements. Makita visual the head of the house. Freedom caucus is out of the Rhine for White House. Chief of staff press secretary, Sarah Sanders, writes, congressman, Mark meadows is a great friend to President Trump is doing an incredible job in congress. The president told him we need him in congress. So he can continue the great work. He is doing there and from meadows this, I know the president has a long list of tremendous candidates for his next to chief of staff, and whomever. It is will have my total support moving forward. That's correspondent Bob Costantini reporting. Looks like Nancy Pelosi is found a way to ensure she'll be elected a speaker in January she agreed to serve no more than four years. Democratic aides say Pelosi and lawmakers who try to block. Her or an agreement that she and other current party leaders would be limited to no more than two additional two year. Terms in their posts her opponents say Pelosi, enter top lieutenants should step aside for younger leaders, the California Public utility wants to slap a tax on texting. Here's correspondent Jim Rupe? The says phone call revenues are down because people text more than talk and so the surcharges needed to bring revenues backup. So we can fund phone programs for the poor like the lifeline program that cuts landline and cell phone costs for qualified households. Consumer advocate, Jamie court with consumer watchdog says wait, there's no proof. There's a problem mean they're not allowed to simply come up with a two hundred twenty billion a million dollar cash because they say there's a pro tax would be assessed retroactively for five years at seven cents per dollar the vote next month. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Traffic and weather next on KGAN ringing twenty nineteen with drag sensation.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"A terrible relationship with the press and the press was horrific to the bushes unfair and horrifically biased. Period. Now, they're like, oh, George Bush. He was so he was so great look horrible Donald Trump in comparison. Or where was that when he was alive and president? Despicable. It. Honestly is despicable congressman Mark meadows. One of our favorites, of course from the freedom caucus. How can Republicans deal with being in the minority in a way, that's really effective and get them power back in two thousand twenty and be good for the American people? He joins us. Now. Congressman it's great to talk to you any thoughts on. How the media are using the death of H W to smash Trump. I mean, I've never seen anything like this. I I gotta tell you. Well, I haven't either I think probably the interesting thing is when you start to see the media, why do you use the lap of a public servant honorably? Really aerobically. But the that he really do or Trump bashing is. What most people we consider appropriate at at? I can tell you that that that appears to be very this whole week with Toronto. Is paying respects. We're not voting erect congress. We need to call it out for what it is biased between the Bedia who stand the President Trump leaking keeping his campaign promises. At that includes building the wall. Yeah. He is actually doing what he said. He was going to do. And if we can now move into the border wall conversation, make sure you're right up against the phone congressman because it was a little difficult to hear you in that last segment, but the idea that now we should just abandon the border wall. Which is I play the sound bite from Steny, Hoyer course, incoming democrat majority is hot on forwarding Trump at every turn. Let's listen, do you think the Democrats.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Congressman Mark meadows who sent a letter to the deputy attorney general that he had discovered text messages between Peter Struck and Lisa page in which they had a quote unquote, a media leak strategy to use information false information, by the way to damage Donald Trump the first tax quiz, April tenth of last year who days later instructions another text message to Lisa page congratulating her on their successful media leaks strategy in the interim they had leaked the story to the Washington Post based on completely false information designed to damage Donald Trump, and it was about Carter page, and they're illegal Spicer warrant to wiretap his phones. So all of this free day. It's a new damning piece of evidence about this elicit scheme by the FBI and the department of Justice. So what we have is these main players actually taking false information. I hate to say this because I have such respect for the FBI, but these particular individuals, basically, we're using lies and propaganda to an and funneling. This information to the press in this country to lie to the American people just like the Steele dossier, which was never corroborated a verified was used to get a Fiso warrant and disseminated to the American people to propagandize and purposely, misinformed them to sway steal an election. That's correct. And in today's letter by congressman meadows, he also identifies Andrew Weisman. As part of that illicit scheme to two page letter. It'll be interesting to see how Rosenstein response to it. But Weissmann, of course, is the lead lawyer in the pit bull Donald Trump. Yeah. He's Muller's pit bull. But now he's now he's implicated. On another front because he's also in contact with steel, and or and steel is telling Bruce or to get the information, we believe now to Weisman. Isn't that true? That is true. And Weisman knew.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A move to impeach Rosenstein I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News. House conservatives take the first step. Towards removing deputy attorney general rod. Rosenstein from office rolling out articles, of impeachment GOP congressman Mark. Meadows tells Fox News Rosenstein is not cooperating with lawmakers not only have subpoenas, been, ignored but, information has been hidden the, efforts have been stonewall and I guess for us, it's all about transparency meadows fellow Republican Jim Jordan and nine others all. Of whom are close allies to the president say Rosenstein has conflicts of interest in. The Clinton Email and Russia probes the articles. Of impeachment call it the deputy attorney general and alleged conflict of interest these heavily. Redacted records released over the weekend show Rosenstein. Signed off on the last surveillance warrant renewal in June two. Thousand seventeen for Trump campaign aide Carter. Page these. Lawmakers say that's a big deal because they're committees, are investigating government Surveillance abuse FOX's Catherine Herridge Democrats say the moves, and effort to undermine the. Russia investigation which Rosenstein overseas some lawmakers from both parties expressed frustration with President Trump's foreign policy secretary of state Mike Pompeo appearing before a Senate panel Wednesday to answer there sometimes heated questions like this one from democratic Senator Bob Menendez Senator I'm telling you what he had a conversation with Vladimir Putin about and I'm telling you what US policy is today I understand Senator. I. Understand the game that, you're playing now Mr. secretary, all, due respect I don't appreciate you characterizing my questions my questions is to get to the truth we don't know what the truth is and GOP Senator Bob, corker not happy, with the president's lack of transparency over the Russia summit and prisoners attack disgraced Dr Larry Nassar is attorneys say the prisoners.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A move to impeach. Rosenstein I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News house conservatives take the first. Step towards removing deputy attorney general. Rod Rosenstein from office rolling out. Articles of impeachment GOP congressman Mark, meadows tells Fox News Rosenstein. Is not cooperating with lawmakers not only have subpoenas been, ignored but information has, been, hidden the, efforts have been stonewall and, I guess for us it's all about transparency meadows, fellow Republican Jim Jordan and nine others all of, whom are close allies. To the president say Rosenstein has conflicts of interest in the content Email and Russia probes. The articles of impeachment call at the deputy, attorney general and allege a conflict of interest these heavily, redacted, records released over. The weekend show Rosenstein signed off on the. Last surveillance warrant renewal June two thousand seventeen for Trump campaign aide, Carter page these lawmakers say that's a big deal because they're committees are investigating government surveillance Abuse FOX's Catherine Herridge Democrats say. The moves in effort to undermine the Russia investigation which Rosenstein overseas Some lawmakers from both parties expressed frustration. With President Trump's foreign policy secretary of state Mike Pompeo appearing before. A Senate panel Wednesday to answer there's sometimes heated questions like this, one from democratic Senator Bob Menendez I'm telling you. What he had. A conversation with Vladimir Putin about and I'm. Telling you what US policy. Is today I understand Senator I understand. The game that you're playing now Mr. secretary. All due respect I don't appreciate you characterizing my questions my questions is to get to the truth we don't know what the truth is and GOP Senator. Bob. Corker not happy with the president's lack of transparency over the Russia summit and prisoners attack disgrace Dr Larry, Nassar is, attorney say the prisoners, assaulted, Nassar just hours after the prison placed him in general population.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"GOP congressman Mark meadows tells Fox News. Rosenstein is not cooperating with lawmakers. Not only have subpoenas been ignored, but information has been hidden. The efforts have been stonewalling. And I guess for us, it's all about transparency, meadows, fellow Republican, Jim Jordan and nine others, all of whom are close allies to the president, say Rosenstein has conflicts of interest in the Clinton Email and Russia probes. The articles of impeachment call at the deputy attorney general and allege alleged conflict of interest. These heavily redacted records released over the weekend show Rosenstein signed off on the last surveillance warrant renewal in June two thousand seventeen for Trump campaign aide Carter page these lawmakers say that's a big deal because they're committees are investigating government surveillance abuse, FOX's, Catherine Herridge Democrats say the moves and effort to undermine the Russia investigation which Rosenstein overseas. Some lawmakers from both parties expressed frustration with President Trump's foreign policy secretary of state Mike Pompeo appearing before a, Senate, panel Wednesday to answer there's sometimes heated questions like this one from democratic Senator Bob Menendez Telling you what he had a. Conversation with Vladimir Putin about and I'm telling. You what US policy is today I understand Senator I understand the game that you're playing now Mr. secretary all due respect I don't appreciate you characterizing my. Questions. My questions is to, get to the truth we don't know what the truth is and GOP Senator Bob, corker not, happy with the. President's lack of transparency over, the Russia summit and prisoners attack disgraced, Dr Larry Nassar, is attorneys say the prisoners assaulted Nassar just hours after. The prison placed him in general.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Impeach Rosenstein I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News house conservatives. Take the first step towards removing. Deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein from. Office rolling out articles of impeachment, GOP congressman Mark meadows tells. Fox News Rosenstein is not cooperating with lawmakers not only have subpoenas been ignored, but, information has, been hidden the efforts have, been stonewalled and I guess for us it's all, about transparency meadows fellow Republican Jim Jordan and nine others all of, whom are close allies to the president say Rosenstein has conflicts, of interest in the Clinton. Email and Russia probe the articles of impeachment, call it the deputy attorney general and alleged conflict of interest these heavily redacted records. Released over the weekend show Rosenstein signed off. On the last surveillance warrant renewal in June two thousand seventeen for Trump campaign aide Carter page these lawmakers, say that's, a big deal. Because they're committees are investigating Government surveillance abuse FOX's, Catherine Herridge, Democrats say the moves and effort to undermine. The Russia investigation, which Rosenstein overseas. Some lawmakers from both parties expressed frustration with President. Trump's foreign policy secretary of state Mike Pompeo appearing before a. Senate panel Wednesday to answer there's. Sometimes heated questions like this one. From democratic Senator Bob Menendez Senator, I'm telling you what he. Had a conversation with Putin about and I'm telling you, what US policy is, today, I understand, Senator I understand the game, that you're playing no no mister secretary all due, respect I don't appreciate you characterizing my questions my questions just to, get to the truth we don't know what the truth is, and GOP Senator Bob corker. Not happy with the president's lack of transparency over the Russia summit and prisoners attack disgrace Dr Larry Nassar is attorney say the prisoners assaulted Nassar just hours after the prison placed him in.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To impeach Rosenstein I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News house conservatives take. The first step towards removing deputy. Attorney general rod Rosenstein from office. Rolling out articles of impeachment GOP, congressman Mark meadows tells Fox. News Rosenstein is not cooperating with lawmakers not only have, subpoenas been ignored but, information, has been, hidden the efforts have been, stonewall and I guess for us it's all about, transparency meadows fellow Republican Jim Jordan and nine others all of whom are. Close allies to the president say Rosenstein has conflicts of interest in the Clinton Email and. Russia probes the articles of impeachment call it, the deputy attorney general and allege a conflict of interest these heavily redacted records released. Over the weekend show Rosenstein signed off on. The last surveillance warrant renewal in June two thousand seventeen for Trump, campaign aide Carter page these, lawmakers, say that's a big deal because they're committees are investigating government survey Violence abuse FOX's Catherine Herridge Democrats say the moves in effort to undermine the Russia investigation which Rosenstein overseas Some lawmakers from both parties expressed frustration with President Trump's foreign policy secretary of state Mike Pompeo appearing before. A Senate panel Wednesday to answer there is sometimes heated questions, like this one from democratic Senator Bob Menendez I'm. Telling you what he had a conversation with Putin about. And. I'm telling you, what US. Policy is today I understand Senator I. Understand the game that you're playing no now. Mister secretary all respect I don't appreciate you characterizing my questions my questions is to get to the truth we don't know what the truth is and GOP. Senator. Bob corker not happy, with the president's lack of transparency over the Russia summit and prisoners attack disgraced Dr, Larry Nassar, is attorneys say. The prisoners, assaulted, Nassar just hours after the prison placed him in general population Fox News fair and balanced Some people still think in education from. Northern Virginia community college is just settling the. Thing is at Nova faculty Rockstars.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on WLAC
"I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News house conservatives take the first step. Towards removing deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein from office rolling out articles of impeachment GOP congressman Mark meadows tells Fox News Rosenstein is not cooperating with lawmakers not only have subpoenas been. Ignored but information has been hidden the efforts have, been stonewalling and I guess for us it's all about transparency. Meadows fellow Republican Jim Jordan and nine others all of whom are close allies to the president say Rosenstein has conflicts of interest in. The Clinton Email and Russia probes. The articles of impeachment call at the deputy attorney general and alleged conflict of interest these heavily redacted records from these over the weekend show Rosenstein signed. Off on the last surveillance warrant renewal in June two thousand seventeen for Trump campaign aide. Carter page, these, lawmakers say that's a. Big deal because they're Committees are investigating government surveillance abuse FOX's Catherine Herridge Democrats say the moves in effort to. Undermine the Russia investigation which Rosenstein overseas Some lawmakers. From both parties expressed frustration with President Trump's foreign policy secretary of state. Mike Pompeo appearing before a Senate panel Wednesday to answer there's sometimes, heated questions like this one from democratic Senator Bob. Menendez Senator. I'm telling you what he had a conversation. With Vladimir Putin about and. I'm telling you what US policy is. Today I understand I understand the game that. You're playing now Mr. secretary all due respect I don't appreciate you characterizing my questions my questions is to get to the truth we don't know what the. Truth. Is and GOP Senator Bob corker not happy with the president's lack of transparency over the Russia summit and. Prisoners attack, disgraced Dr Larry. Nassar is attorney say the prisoners, assaulted, Nassar just hours after the prison placed him in general population Fox News fair and balanced.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The top three most valuable valued benefits for job seekers health insurance paid vacation and 401k's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news justice anthony kennedy has announced his retirement giving president trump a chance to cement conservative control of the high court the eighty one year old kennedy said in a statement he is stepping down after more than thirty years on the court a republican appointee he has held the key vote on such high profile issues as abortion affirmative action gay rights guns campaign finance and voting rights senate minority leader chuck schumer this is the most important supreme court vacancy for this country in at least a generation trump's nominee is likely to give the conservatives a solid majority and will face a senate process in which republicans hold the slimmest majority but democrats can't delay confirmation peter struck the cia agent who texted that will stop then candidate donald trump from becoming president defended himself from allegations of bias during a closeddoor interview with house investigators characterizing his messages as private remarks exchanged in the course of an intimate relationship republican congressman mark meadows the text messages were indicative of of other decisions that were made or not made throughout the initiation of the russia investigation the congressman elijah cummings called stocks testimony a waste of time the republicans spending quite a bit of time reinvestigating what the g is already investing check met with lawmakers yesterday for more than eight hours a federal jury in washington dc has indicted an ohio man on hate crime charges stemming from a deadly car attack last year in charlottesville that prosecutors say was premeditated and racially motivated twenty one year old james field junior was indicted on thirty hate crime charges connected to the august two thousand seventeen attack including several specifically linked to the death of a thirty two year old woman who is intentionally run over if you love donuts and fries here's some good news dunkin donuts has created a mash up donut fries they're really many which you can normally only get at carnivals disney or mexican restaurants the strips of fried croissant dough rolled in sugar will be available starting monday at participating locations nice.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"For many years decades and then bret baier got a chance to talk to congressman mark meadows after the meeting in this is what the congressman and republicans in that meeting saying we need to either do a narrow bill for president you have to change his dynamic i think right now the focus was on the two more comprehensive bill so there was not a lot of discussion about a narrow bill although the separation issue did come up a couple of times and the president was very compassionate about it talked about his daughter bringing that up he vodka and so when you look at that is not lost on him that we've got to fix this but at the same time we've got this full week i think the pressure is on us from the american people to get it done this week i believe we will and these bills that they're talking about are basically brought immigration bills that both address this notion of family separation which is clearly of concern i think to all parties even the president of the united states is clearly expressed concern about that but meanwhile also things like border security and fixing a big problems in the immigration system and for the president obviously he's got these concerns about the loopholes with the human trafficking laws that exist in the united states that essentially they have the inverse effect they don't stop human trafficking they encourage it because these young children who get pulled into the united states then get you know basically sucked in to into the united states and create an opportunity for human traffickers to split them wild actually how the laws work precisely on this i'm going to ask a question here i was i've been thinking about this is thinking about this morning as i was listening to all this going on with an in in the news and and hearing you talk it was we've been discussing it this morning do you think president trump knew this was going to happen because we always talk about how he's so many steps ahead he said i'm going to zero tolerance at the border enforced the law as written he knew the left would take the bait he knew the left was going to make this explosive because that's what they do they would create a crisis from it right because he's learned from their playbook create a crisis from it brings it to the four congress has to deal with it he forces congress's hand to deal with immigration which is something he's wanted all along so here's the so an example of that that has already occurred is when he decided to end daca obama passes dhaka and the president and this president the united states is you can't do that you can't have an executive order that ignores the law entirely if congress wants to protect a certain classification of person they should do it they should take it upon themselves into the legislation now what is the impact of that ben has been to blame democrats for the state of our immigration system the answer to that question as far as i can tell right now is no it's certainly true among republicans they've always thought that are many have especially supporters donald trump but has it moved the needle on whether or not otherwise liberal voters think that democrats are to blame and i think so far it's been no because democrats have successfully kind of blame trump for that have been like trump's ending daca even though the president is keep saying in every single forum ken that he wants to keep doctor he just wants it to be passed as an actual law but that message doesn't get the penetrate because the press is an organ of the democratic party i think this is more about making the republicans do it i think this is more about whipping the republicans into line and say you can have a legislative victory here we can we can crush in the midterms if you would just do your jobs.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Negotiation discussions with a leader mccarthy in terms of that he does know that we need to have a broad section of representation i've had those conversations with him we've had a number of conversation as it relates to that and and those were going well but in terms of if you give me this you get votes that hasn't happened congressman mark meadows thank you for being this thank you it at this point in the program the congressman left the room conversation continued with reporters for another five minutes or so and we're back with our reporters might want us to the washington post susan for each year with the washington examiner so mike von if you start off the questioning with rod rosenstein the deputy attorneys general and mark meadows the freedom caucus chair what did you learn about the freedom caucus chairs efforts to learn more about rod rosenstein and his role at the justice department's role in the investigations that they're doing that are related to the two thousand sixteen campaign what mark meadows has made very clear is that he wants this this august twenty seventeen memo that was written by rod rosenstein laying out the precise scope of the more investigation they've gotten a heavily redacted copy they want the whole thing and what mark meadows said today as they're looking at every possible option to get that including now he says for the first time here gao audit that would have the effect of disclosing the scope mellow because you know the location is is they can't do the audit once they know the scope and his suggestion has is that such an auto would be statutorily required.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center where member banking is better banking i'm billy dawson now back to face the nation sign now for some political analysis and we're joined today by david nakimora he covers the white house for the washington post susan page is the washington bureau chief usa today jim elbow is the chief political correspondent at slate and a cbs news political analyst and jonah goldberg is a senior editor at the national review and the author of suicide of the west how the rebirth of nationalism populism and identity politics is destroying american democracy so david how late were you at the white house correspondent centers yes oh yes it was quite a moment you know look i've i've been a number of these end there's shell wolf's not the first comedian to make some of the sort of fourth type of jokes that were made yesterday but it was awkward i was at a table at the washington post table with congressman mark meadows big trump supporter very very hard conservative and he was he and his wife were not really reacting trying to keep a straight face when when the these things were happening and is always the murmur in the room was notable for the reaction even journalists had to some of the things that were being said because of how harsh semi i mean i think that i think i think the focus for journalists including myself is that this is supposed to be a celebration certainly of the journal the work that's done their student scholarships it's something that you know we're talking about the first amendment and that's what is to be celebrated sometimes i think these things can go over and sort of overshadow that susan you used to head the white house correspondents association when the trump campaign held this rally which was kind of counter programming out in michigan the.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"In that out i guess somebody should really think about making a movie about the pentagon papers hey phil take us into year reporting starting with when the president first became aware of the existence of this memo yes so the president first became aware of the threat two weeks ago he was on a call with a number of a house conservatives to discuss the government shutdown and congressman mark meadows and jim jordan both of them allies of the president brought it to his attention on net call brought up the idea of declassifying this nunez memo the president didn't think much of it at that moment but his chief of staff john kelly followed up with meadows learn more about this figured out what kind of role the president might play in applying public pressure to get this memo released publicly and the president very quickly tuned in and became very supportive of releasing this memo he watched a lot of cable news segments including an interview that congressman trey gouty had on cnn last week just before trump headed off for that trip to davos switzerland and became really encouraged by the idea that this memo could in some ways vindicate him on russia and his feeling that the investigation has been a witchhunt and to that point brian about that at at axios reporting about fears about it being a dad i can tell you from are reporting tonight that chief of staff john kelly after he reviewed the memo told the president privately that he did not think he had in the national security concerns with it but at that that it was not as compelling a read as the president had been led to believe well that's interesting michael and we come to you trump says id shows bias the people around trump the people on the republican side of the committee seemed to be energized to get this out but we're getting the first glimmers that it may not have all that much impact and i guess we have to add to that the potential impact of the minority report the democrats kind of counter memo when that gets into.
"congressman mark meadows" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To six and we'll get to some your calls in the next hour we also have congressman mark meadows and congressman jim jordan two i promise you of the good guys i know folks you know it is the swamp up there it's very disappointing watching the stench than him at his from dc but these are really two of the good guys very principle guys like him a lot every time i have the pleasure of guest hosting for sean i try to have my so will i get from that the progress of the tax bill i also want to ask congressman jordan about this trump russia fiasco and here's the critical question was the steel dossier the fake dossier put together by trump paid for by the dnc and hillary clinton was that the insurance policy one of of lead fbi investigators in the case with tax thing his mistress about member he wrote in one of the tax you know that insurance policy we address i case trump is elected that we can't take that risk that's the big question a lot of good solid conservative thinkers are starting to put you would you together about that now at asked that critical question and i know congressman jordan's been all over that was this steel dossier the insurance policy folks if it was we are in a whole mess of a constitutional crisis right now because you have an opposition political candidate who funneled money to it intermediary to russian intelligence to provide bad intel and their political opponent this case donald trump who was then spied upon and may have if the connection is made that may have been some kind of quote insurance policy case he was elected on believe will stuff you could write it in the spy novel and get it published they tell you were nuts i'm dan bongino dbongino on twitter get if you wanna give us a call.