21 Burst results for "Deputy Chairman"
Trump Fund-Raiser Elliott Broidy Charged in Lobbying Case
"We're also watching tonight the strange and we expect to be developing story of this Guy who has now been hit with federal felony charges. His name is Elliott Brady. He had a senior role in the trump inaugural committee. He was a major donor to the trump campaign not long after trump's inauguration the Republican party in this since deleted press release. Announced its, new national finance team. Under. The leadership of Steve. Wynn who since had to give up his casino empire a huge sexual harassment scandal the party brought on they announced in that press release they brought on as deputy finance. Chairman. Real, Nice. Group of guys Michael, Cohen the president's former personal lawyer who would soon go onto multiple felony convictions and a substantial jail term before becoming one of the president's most vociferous. Himself they also in that same press release announced Elliott Brady. As a national deputy chairman of the Republican Party, he is also a today now charged with multiple felonies committed also the other guy they announced that Prescott and that press release that day was Lewis to joy. The Guy who president trump put in charge of messing up the post office. COVID made us all change to vote by mail for this election Steve WYNN Elliott, Brady Michael Cohen and Louis de joy all in the same press release. All announced as having these major new roles in the national. Republican. Party all on the same day couldn't happen to a nicer bunch. I will just reiterate that the National Republican Party has since deleted that press release from their website but it's a real thing. Elliott Brady has now as I mentioned been charged with multiple felonies charged basically with taking money illegally from foreign sources to get the Justice Department to drop certain prosecutions. But Elliott Brady is tied up a whole bunch of stuff all the scandals involving the trump inaugural. He was a senior figure in the trump inaugural brady. You may also remember was embroiled in a hush money payment scheme that was almost literally a carbon copy of the one president trump got embroiled in with porn-star Stormy Daniels I. Mean. Literally, it was a copied thing. It does seem like the lawyers involved in both the trump hush money payoff and the. Payoff the lawyers may have used the exact same documents and the exact same fake names for both Brady and trump's hush money deals. Elliott was also the key link to the trump campaign and the trump administration for convicted pedophile. George Nader who for some reason had tons of access to the highest levels of the trump campaign, the trump transition, and even the trump administration. George Nader is now in jail probably forever. On child pornography and child sex trafficking charges his business arrangements with the. With. Liberty with the sky from the RNC and the trump inaugural committee that business relationships between. George Nader and Elliott. Brady remain murky but with brody now, himself facing federal felony charges. Maybe. More, will come out about that too. All in the lead up to the president's reelection effort Elliott, Brady is expected to plead guilty at least. That's what these court filings look like today. We shall see.
Russian PM and entire government quit.
"Putin has embarked on a sweeping reshuffle of Russia's leadership accepting the resignation of prime minister Dmitry Medvedev and proposing constitutional amendments that would enable him to hold onto power even after leaving the presidency in twenty twenty four in a surprise move. Russia's entire government said it would resign in full just hours after Putin announced plans for a national referendum. That was shift power away from a success to the presidency. The president is laying the groundwork and work because he prepares for a transition. In twenty twenty four the town analysts say will likely see him abandoned the presidency but remain Russia's dominant politician in in a beefed up role such as Russia's prime minister or in the government State Council instead the sixty seven year old has in effect ruled Russia since two thousand thousand him the longest serving leader since Stalin and what he plans to do in two thousand twenty four remains the most important political question in the country in a televised speech before senior officials Putin suggested amending Russia's constitution to limit a future president to just two terms in office. He has served four tightening residency requirements for presidential candidates and letting parliament choose candidates for prime minister and the Cabinet in effect weakening the presidency. Shortly after the speech Medvedev said that Russia's government would resign in full allowing Putin to appoint new new ministers Medvedev who also announced his intention to step down was appointed to a new position as the deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council which is headed headed by Putin Russia's media reported that government ministers were blindsided by the decision to resign
Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?
"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in new york a television manufactured by samsung known as the frame and called by many eddie spotify of art is digitally bringing masterpieces into the living room museum speed the future but first these headlines google issued new guidelines limiting employees discussion of politics and other topics not really to work a major shift for the company that has long long prided itself on open debate and freewheeling internal culture alphabet inc said in a public memo that staffers should avoid spending time debating matters unrelated into their jobs among other discouraged behavior a google spokeswoman said quote this follows a year of increased incivility and our internal platforms and we've heard that employees want clearer clearer rules of the road on what's okay to say and what's not walk technologies trumpeted its first high end a i processor the chinese telecom giant's latest attempt to challenge silicon valley's advanced technology the ascend nine ten designed to crunch. The massive amounts of data used to build a._i. Algorithms is available immediately. The chip advances while always goal of curbing reliance on american tech kolding up the palm sized ascend nine ten at an event at weiwei's headquarters deputy chairman eric su declared it as quote the industry's most powerful a._i. Processor and quote a federal appeals dell's court froze a ruling that qualcomm had committed an array of anti-trust violations a boost for the chip maker that allows it to maintain its business practices for the time being the court court decision is a setback for the f._t._c. which had sued the company citing an illegal monopoly that harmed smartphone manufacturers and rival chip producers to his ruling found. The company leveraged its dominance smartphone chips to force manufacturers to pay high royalty rates for qualcomm intellectual property qualcomm argued its business practices were justified justify. The journal says the court action isn't a definitive reading of the merits of qualcomm appeal but indicated the company has a fair shot at winning coming up as museums meet the future were introduced with the new spotify of art better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel veon scalable processors reduce. The cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com samsung has struck digital art agreements with the tate gallery in london the prado in madrid the van gogh museum amsterdam westerdam's among others. The latest deal sees its unique television. The frame landing at the royal museum of fine arts in belgium as part of the new agreement samsung samsung display twenty two of the belgian galleries flemish masterpieces on its frame. T._v.'s isabelle van who necker managing director at the museum has more. We are participating dissipating into some some initiative because we think technology has a lot of possibilities to spread our heritage in another way india museum so we some some frame we can bring the artwork into the living room of the people and hope that they will afterwards want to to to visit the museum and see the authentic work intern. We're seeing some comparison with the digital methods that the likes of spotify made popular johann von camping out samsung tv lifestyle project manager explains its subscription based so you have to formulas in a way you be u._p. Eater five a month and you have unlimited access so i always personally i call it the spotify of arts so you pay five hundred a month. You have unlimited <unk> access to all the artworks that are in there more than one thousand two hundred artworks or you can also decide to pay a one time fee for one on artwork and then that will cost you twenty euros more on the actual technology sensor measures the lightning in your living space ace and based on these results. It's adopts the back light of the hill so it would really look like a real picture because of you would show this picture on on another tv. You will always have the feeling you are looking at the t._v. Isabel van acker is back to talk to museums of the future. There are a lot of challenges for museums is because the museum of tomorrow and we have to think about it before you had only physical museum. Today we have also digital museum if people are used to to have after digital images and we have to develop this whole digital museum today and accessibility is one of the important challenges as as well. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on AP News
"Delegated his powers is chairman of the National Congress party to its deputy chairman, I meant Haroon until the party's next general conference, both the wanted by the international criminal court for alleged war crimes committed in Saddam's Darfour region, Alabama. She is autocratic rule has been marked by civil wars. And increasing street demonstrations the latest wave of nationwide protests erupted in mid December initially triggered by rising prices and shortages, but quickly turned to calls for album share who seized power and in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine military coup to step down. Amazon's being urged to reconsider its decision to abandon plans for a New York City headquarters is AP. Correspondent Ben Thomas reports. A group of business leaders elected officials, and others aren't giving up in an open letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos published in the New York Times, the group says New Yorkers do not want to give up on the twenty five thousand permanent jobs eleven thousand union construction and maintenance jobs and twenty eight billion dollars in new tax revenues that Amazon was prepared to bring to New York. They acknowledged the loud opposition to the project saying the public debate was not very welcoming. But they say strong opinions are part of the New York charm and add that a clear majority of New Yorkers support the project and we're disappointed by Amazon's decision not to proceed. I'm Ben Thomas. Trump and Kushner's clearance. I'm typic- wire with an AP newsman at the house oversight and government reform committee gives the Trump administration until Monday voluntarily turn over documents related to how White House security clearances. That action follows reports about how President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner got his clearance last month in New York Times asked Trump if he pushed for I know that there was issues back and forth about security for. For numerous people, actually. But I don't want to get involved in that stuff. Oakland public school teachers and their seven day strike after the Goshi haters announced a tentative contract, the pack. Includes a seven.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Seth Abramson. This is from the chapter one page fourteen of until nineteen eighty-seven. Donald Trump was not regarded as a particularly political public figure. However in nineteen eighty-seven. He published the art of the deal and took a trip to Moscow one or both of which sent him in the direction of a political career. Trump's trip to Moscow in nineteen eighty-seven comes at the invitation of Russia's ambassador to the United States eerie Dubinin in Moscow. Trump stays at the Lenin suite of the hotel national, which is Jonathan Chait of New York magazine notes certainly would have been bogged in one thousand nine hundred seven Trump holds meetings on the possible construction of a Trump hotel was Soviet officials coming away from the meeting certain that the officials are eager to do business with him. On in the United States. Trump spends nearly one hundred thousand dollars I've politically charged newspaper ads attacking American allies like Japan and Saudi Arabia for spending too little on their own defense here America to quote tax. These wealthy nations. End quote and shortly thereafter makes a high profile trip to New Hampshire. The sorta trip that is often considered a prelude to a presidential bid. Trump's nineteen eighty-seven bid for a Trump hotel in Moscow falls through according to the Washington Post only because Trump was quote preoccupied with other business projects once Trump's companies recover from a string of bankruptcies in ninety one and ninety two he returns his attention to the Russian market in ninety six he returns to Moscow with Howard Lorber, one of his two closest friends, according to the post together they scout locations for an office tower and eventually find a location for the tower and a perspective Russian business partner. Trump announces plans for Trump International Brandon building in November of ninety six the deal will see him investing two hundred fifty million dollars in license. His name the two buildings. We have an understanding. We'll be doing it. Trump says at the press conference promoting the daily says he doesn't think he's ever been as impressed with the potential of a city as I have been with Moscow. However, Trump has a problem. American banks will no longer lending money, citing his track record for pain back only pennies on the dollar what the banks called the Donald risk in one thousand nine hundred seven though, no construction has begun on Trump's hotel hope for Moscow projects the New Yorker is writing about the breadth of Trump's hopes for Moscow investment and business connections. Trump's plan for the expansion of his real estate portfolio into Russia, go well beyond a single Trump International hotel, Trump envisions a much larger series of investments, he tells the New Yorker, it would be skyscrapers and hotels were working with the local government, the mayor of Moscow and the mirrors people so far they've been very responsive as Trump's nineteen Ninety-six plans finally fall through for good. Russia begins a period of political upheaval. The sees the nation. Led by five successive prime ministers. Appointed by Boris Yeltsin over a fifteen month period in ninety eight and ninety nine the last of these prime ministers is a man by the name of Ladimir, Putin, Putin, the former first deputy chairman, the deputy mayor of Saint Petersburg, develops a fondness for miss Saint Petersburg oaks Oxana Federova sometime before she is crowned miss Russia in two thousand one it's widely known that he has a picture of her in his office after Federova wins the two thousand one Russian pageant. Rumors abound, spurred in part by the presence of Putin's domestic intelligence service, the F B S FSB acting as security at the competition that the pageant has been rigged. So that Federova will win. Local media say that I the pageant was corrupt or its organizers knew instinctively it would be unwise, not politically, correct. According to the delegates to let anyone but Federova win in winning them. Ms Russia pageant, Federova becomes Russia's entrance to the two thousand two Miss Universe. Pageant an international competition owned by Donald Trump. Though, the twenty two thousand two Paget is scheduled to take place in Puerto Rico anticipation for the event is high in Russia because Putin's adoration for Federova, and because no Russian woman has ever won the Miss Universe pageant in its half century of continuous operation. At the time of the two thousand and two Miss Universe. Pageant federal has publicly acknowledged boyfriend is Vladimir go you bath a Saint Petersburg crime boss heavily involved in the construction industry. But the scuttlebutt in Moscow is a federal ova is actually with a different Vladimir automate two thousand two article published immediately after the two thousand two Miss Universe. Contest in Moscow calls Federova, Putin's girl, there's substantial press attention on the pageant in Moscow as Federova wins the competition it makes pageant history as the first Miss Universe from Russia to win the contest on November second twenty seventeen and I witnessed to the judging process at the two thousand and two Miss Universe. Contest will contact this author to say that the contest was rigged after the eye. Witnesses identity had been verified, I witnessed recounts the following after there are only ten contestants left in the two thousand two Miss Universe. Pageant an elimination crosses the Trump. Directly participates in this point that Agean sister Trump addresses the pageant's celebrity. Judges and indicates that he wants miss Russia crowned Miss Universe. The source reports. Trump saying, quote, there's definitely clearly one woman out there whose head and shoulders above the rest. She's the one I'd vote for given the context of the statement Trump Trump issue in his formal instructions to the judges as they prepared for the conclusion of the pageant as well as his demeanor. While speaking I witnessed asserts, the pro Trump Trump, quote told the judges who to vote for adding that a subsequent conversation among the celebrity judges revealed that several had the same impression the judges did in fact vote for miss Russia who therefore who thereby becomes Miss Universe until her dethroning honored and twenty days later for failure to fulfil faithfully execute. The duties of her office the contest celebrity judges are later told by parties affiliated with pageant that ha-.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Thank you. Have a great evening tonight is to it's a big night of breaking news tonight, President Trump's private business his presidential campaign. His transition team Hayes White House and now his inaugural committee all to varying degrees under criminal investigation. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that federal prosecutors are investigating the Trump inaugural committee and investigation that partly arises out of material seized by the FBI in its raids of Michael Cohen's home office and hotel room quote, Federal Bureau of investigation agents obtained a recorded conversation between Mr. Cohen and Stephanie Winston woke off of former advisor to Malania Trump who worked on the inaugural events in the recording. Ms wall, cough expressed concern about how the inaugural committee was spending money. According to a person familiar with the. Cohen administration investigation. Now, people familiar with the matter tell the Wall Street Journal that the criminal probe is looking into whether the committee misspent some of the one hundred seven million dollars it raised and quote, whether some of the committee's top donors gave money in exchange for access to the incoming Trump administration policy concessions or to influence official administration positions. The journal also reports investigators have spoken to this man. Rick gates about inaugural the inaugural committee spending gates previously served as the deputy Trump campaign manager and deputy chairman of Trump's inaugural committee. He's currently cooperating with federal prosecutors as part of his plea deal. The report of an investigation into Trump's inaugural committee comes as NBC news confirms Donald Trump was the third person in the room in August of two thousand fifteen who was talking about hush money payments to women. With Michael Cohen and National Enquirer publisher, David pecker, the guy on the right? Remember Trump keeps saying he had no knowledge of this wasn't illegal didn't even happen. Federal prosecutors in New York said in a press release yesterday that American media that's the parent of the National Enquirer admitted to making one hundred and fifty thousand dollar payment quote in concert with the campaign, and that there was a meeting between Cohen pecker, and quote, at least one other member of the campaign, the news tonight that other person the third person in the room, Donald J Trump himself. These new reports dropped just hours after the president's increasingly desperate attempts to distance himself from Michael Cohen and his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn attempts that are often contradictory and obviously false take Cohen this morning. Trump said Michael Cohen should have known better than to break campaign finance laws. Because Cohen is a lawyer. But hours later Trump tried to claim the Cohen was actually just a PR flack. First of all that was his title, a very low level work. Why did you public relations and he did law, but he did see him on television? And he was okay and television in a matter of hours Trump picked his own argument apart, then the president falsely claimed that Michael Flynn did not lie to the FBI..
"deputy chairman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"You have a situation of the I don't know this is that that in the poorest parts of the country. The ATM not run by the banks run by businesses. Then charge people set out every time you take money out. Whereas in the areas where people are better off the the banks run the ams and that completely free to use. So it's almost like a penalty on poor people. Is there something that the banks were reluctant to follow the government in this roll out pushing? What the banks have done in the last three years is that every time you you're if you're a client from a not the same Bank. We stadiums is run by the charge. You a certain amount of money. It's not massive. But there is a certain penalty now involved, especially though, this isn't the areas in the known areas, which generally the government has a sane idioms run for free. And again, this is to give access to people who have never used banks. Forget it. So any kind of charges if if they come in people will be put off so I don't think that is an option the non-urban areas, but again in cities, if you're say CitiBank customer, and you go to stand the chartered eighty me will be us to pay a bit of money in this goes about magically from your Bank accounts. But it's something that the banks will have to sort out with the government, especially the Indian banks, which work on the principle that certain amount of their profits. Do go off or written off in. For development issues as they're called. India's central Bank which is coming in for criticism. But the government actually is coming in for criticism because of the way that trying to direct and course, the Bank now this is, of course, something which we've seen in Turkey. We have seen this in the US that central banks come under a lot of pressure from the government, especially when the governments are very aggressively pursuing pro growth issues and during election times, this has happened with Trump this has happened with Don in Turkey, the lira has crashed dramatically after that. So again, the the government have an election coming up in two thousand nineteen they are trying to get the central Bank to give up a bit of the surplus that central banks dog, it's completely different. They want to keep a hold on inflation. They want to get rid of the huge amount of bad debts that they're that. They're out they want to protect the rupee from the emerging market jitters, which happen. So this. They do not want to play into the government's. And but the government is now trying to invoke something called article seven which was established in nineteen thirty four and has never been used which allows the government to direct the central Bank on policy matters that this is dangerous. The deputy chairman of there is a banker said that anytime you try and attack the central Bank or jeopardize its autonomy the markets punish you very heavily. So there a tussle at the moment. And if the government winces tussle, it does does not speak very well of how the country's economy will be managed interesting that the Indian central Bank has Tony guaranteed has been pretend to for so long. Britain's was made Thomas about twenty years ago. I just lost tennis something about elephant friendly teeth. It's a story which has. Goes back many hundred years, this this this particular conversation, we are having St. the gardens and the Sam now assignment baton had as a core elephant corridor, which has been there for centuries delegates were brutally attacked in the about two hundred years ago when the British this again goes back to the British times the discovered t- and millions of acres of forest. Land was cleared of now this CVS attacked the elephant corridor and the suffered immensely. But things got worse in the eighties and nineties the British law. Did not allow for anyone under one hundred of land to plant this law was removed in nineteen seventy eight. So every backyard in the highlands of Sam is now a deeper decent garden, which means all the laws and regulations have flouted. No muss amount of pesticides are used and this document millions of acres the elephant corridor is further threaten to a point where the human conflict with humans have started to really happen..
"deputy chairman" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"I don't know. I can't tell you there's a lot more evidence with this accusation and there was with Brett cabin. There's a lot more ongoing and things like you don't. You're not lying to your doctor and your doctors not writing ham treating for injuries. And so again, he deserves the presumption of innocence. But what's been interesting to me is the reaction from Democrats here where they're saying, well, we know exactly. I mean, we know Br Kavanagh's guilty. How can you possibly side with him? You're just accusing these horrible accusations, and you don't care about women. But by the way, we're going to completely ignore Keith Ellison who's currently running with the woman who is has evidence who was we all know had relationship. She's got, she's got notes from the doctors. We're going to completely ignore that. One with really interesting here is it doesn't seem like the people of Minnesota or ignoring it. This is the September poll were Ellison led by five points, which is not really. He should have been leading probably by a lot more than that in Minnesota. You could argue, however, the update to this poll this is completely flipped. Now now Ellison trails by seven since he's acusations have come out and you know, I think people look at them. They say, there is some credibility. See here. He was already not a great candidate. He was already way more left than I think the people of Minnesota are, and that's not a conservative state, and you know, now they're seeing these accusations are out there the way he's he's handled it. The Democrats have reacted to it and I think you know Minnesota stepping back on this thing, I don't think we want to go down this road. Yeah. I mean, I think there's two issues. One is the campaign he's running in the way people Minnesota revealing, which I think you're absolutely right. But the second one and I think is more important is the first point which is unbelievable the poxy the way the left views his case and his situation, the allegations against him. I agree with you wholeheartedly, and that's to me the fascinating difference in dynamic that exists right now, the right most of the table say he deserves the presumption of innocence the left would say and left in this case because it's democrat kind of just they don't necessarily say, you say nothing. Whereas if it's the Republican, they go, you know, let's crucify crucify. You know what's interesting too is to me, this one is more important. Even Ken. China, they made a big deal about cavenaugh. He's going to be on the supreme court. He sees going to be, but he's not going to be making, you know, rulings on things. Those are big scope ideas, not you're guilty, you're innocent, they still want if nine and still one of nine, he's the attorney general. So he's going to be directing the police force. He's going to be directing the law in in Minnesota that that should scare the hell out of you. If this guy is guilty, you don't wanna put a guy like that into a position where you're the chief law enforcement officer. That's not that's. That's not why is well, let's remember beyond running being occuren- cornerstone running for attorney general, Minnesota. He is still to this day, the deputy chairman of the Democratic Party wrecked that which I think it's lost in the discussion because rightly so we talk about the current office he wants and the one he hopes to. An aspires to have, but this is their party. This is the number two person in their elected party leadership. Did they say this is an old by the way, forget all of this. We're gonna talk about this importance of me to of women's rights of accusers all of this stuff. And yet no one seems to care from the media standpoint from the democratic Sam. Whereas the calls for him to resign where all the folks in Hollywood are outraged that stood around those cavenaugh hearing stock saying, you need to resign. Where's the outrage? Not there. Glenn, we have a, there's a gen problem. I hear. No, this is bad. It's bad. Do we have the videotape? Okay. I want you to watch this. Please. Please. This has happened to me and it could happen in your house watch then don't forget that they all other creations besides men are men who are going to look at you the at the.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on Hysteria
"So one of the things I wanted to talk about is Keith Ellison who is a democratic candidate for attorney, general of Minnesota. He was actually nominee. He won last week in the primary, but right before the election Ellison was accused of abuse by an ex girlfriend who's an organizer for the Sierra Club. And she said that when they were together, actually, the allegation was first made public by her son who wrote about it on Facebook, and she confirmed to the New York Times that she suffered, quote, narcissist abuse during a long relationship with Allison, including verbal abuse and being dragged off bed, but he won his his. Primary anyway was Minnesota has a lot of early voting. We can't be sure you know why he won. But I also think that being from the twin cities area, but across the border in Wisconsin. I know a lot of people who live in Minnesota and vote in Minnesota. And I get the impression that a lot of Minnesota voters were not super happy with how the whole Al Franken thing went down. I think people have maybe drawn a line that's different than just any report of any sort of abusive behavior means that I don't go for somebody, but I mean, that's just that's pulling that totally out of my ass. But now nobody's won his primer for AG. Republicans are running ads against people who support Ellison as I'm going to read the description of it. The ad titled ashamed has been tailored to target several Democrats running for the house of representatives and chastises them for not calling on Mr. Ellison who is also the deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee committee to drop out of the race. And so it'll be like candidate is standing by Keith Ellison backing Ellison instead of believing his victim candidate. Should be ashamed grace. What are your thoughts on the Ellison allegations? I, you know, it's disappointing to hear. It's always disappointing. It's always is appointing when when leaders potential leaders of our country, have these allegations put against them? I, I want to draw attention to couple of things. I my issue with us talking about the kind of ramifications of this on an electoral basis is that we're, I think, taking away from the problem of harassment and assault, which is a human problem, and it's not a partisan issue. And so that's what what's so striking and so problematic to me about these ads that are politicizing and capitalizing on abusive women for their own political gain. Because at the core of it, what I think we're doing is forgetting about the fact that there are women who are victims here, but I strongly believe that we have no choice, but to believe women when they when they, you know, come out with with issues of allegations like this, and I think it's it's caused for us. Remember that as a human problem, this isn't just happening in the United States. This is a world. Wide problem. And I say that because I think we can get into dangerous territory talking about whether you know Republicans are worse Democrats at worse, which by the way, like I, I don't know. I mean, I think I think Democrats have actually force people to resign over this. Donald Trump is president, Blake, ferret, hold just this past week, former congressman from Texas rice still refuses to pay the eighty four thousand dollars in taxpayer money..
"deputy chairman" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Deny guide just says, bull. Thank you. That's basically that's basically very fitting to have Paul Manafort have have his defense attorney be Joe patchy. So that's what they're saying they're, they're not going to put full Manafort on the stand. They don't want him to be examined or cross examined. They're just making their closing arguments right now. Why is that a few reasons? One, they might want to have a show of confidence. It could be it could be a good strategy for opposite reasons. On the one hand, they're confident they're going in and they want to low confidently st- on the other hand, Paul Manafort might be terrible witness and we don't want. They don't want the other side to get a piece of them. So either way they're going to rest it. I think another big aspect. Is there waiting for a presidential pardon? Because this is a witch hunt. I'm not saying Paul Manafort didn't commit crimes, but this trial has basically been about Opole Manafort likes really expensive suits. That's the crime he criminally criminally expensive suits, and sure he wondered money. Did this. He did that. He did things that a lot of lobbyists on both sides of the aisle do why was he brought under scrutiny? Why was he brought under scrutiny by Bob Muller who is supposed to be investigating Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election? Why does this have nothing to do with like? Why is it's all? Because he worked for Donald Trump that was his crime. He worked for Donald Trump and so they'd dug up all stirred on them and they're, they're prosecuting him. Now he's probably just waiting for presidential Borden. He probably should get it because this has been an egregious miscarriage of Justice every step of the way. And I say that it knowing that Pullman of probably committed crimes then I'm so I know, I know we're running like, do you want me to do? I got to cover how the deputy chairman of the DNC might have beaten ex-girlfriends. Nobody's covering this whatsoever. In the media, the deputy chairman of the Democrat National Committee may have battered women. There are allegations about this and nobody's covering here. Here is the latest. Karen Mon hand, the the woman who's accusing him has now released. Some texts here are some texts from from couple years ago when this happened from Karen. Oh, this is from Keith Ellison, Karen. When can I come to drop your stuff off? What should I expect from Austin? Her son, he seems pretty upset. We talked on the show yesterday, but why he's upset. He's alleging that Keith Ellison beat his mother. Then Ellison says, quote, in a text to this ex-girlfriend, I'm sorry, Austin is feeling this way, but I don't know what to do about it. It's not appropriate for me to discuss our relationship with him. He's just angry and yet I can't won't offer him any answers. Later on Monahan says, a lot has come to light this past year and a half, and the boys have seen some things heard some things I've tried to explain. It's been hard on them and shocking. It's taken a lot for me and others to convince them to allow me to handle things in my own way in my own time. A lot has happened now from that. Can we conclude that Keith Ellison beat this woman? No, no. We can't conclude that they say that there's a video but that this hasn't been released. Nobody's seen it yet. Can we conclude that he's beaten this woman? No. Should we be asking some questions about it? Yeah, of course. The main look in election years, a lot of stuff comes up even from years past, so I'm always skeptical of these accusations..
"deputy chairman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"I i will say flynn is if this anecdote about michael flynn from two thousand fourteen sources alarmed by his closeness with a russian woman at an intelligent seminar reporting it back to us intelligence authorities about whether or not he's compromised over the course of the muller investigation we've also got rick gates and paul manafort the chairman and deputy chairman of the trump campaign both also in contact with somebody who the fbi believed to be a russian intelligence asset we've got carter page who was believed to be involved with russian intelligence and potentially reporting home to moscow about his contacts with the fbi in this country and we've got george popadopoulos also involved in the trump campaign also appearing to be in contact with russian intelligence that's a lot for one campaign have you ever heard in any other presidential campaign ever of even a single person being known by the fbi to have ties to have russian intelligence ever even we'll be right back in my possession is a rather very much down the lines of what you're talking about his a memorandum it was requested by me to prepare a means to attack the enemies of the white house there was also maintained what was called an enemies list which is rather extensive and continually being updated.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Then the director of the national clandestine service who gave the order though she said she also supported his decision or are you an advocate for destroying the tapes senator i absolutely was an advocate if we could within and conforming to us law and if we could get policy concurrence to eliminate the security risk posed to our officers by those tapes and because legal when your what those tapes contained no i never watched the tapes node i understood that our officers faces were on them and that that was very dangerous senator dianne feinstein you saw there also senator mark warner the deputy chairman of the committee both saying they were not satisfied with her answers specifically on the destruction of those tastes but in a positive sign for her nomination senator joe manchin democrat of west virginia locked in a potentially difficult race there he said that she did a good job in his expressed support for well chip shoulda reporting for us thank you very much coming up the press personal lawyer received hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments from corporations including one tied to a russia billionaire what's the white house saying about all that stay with us you're in the situation when you think of the things you do everyday brushing your teeth probably is in top of mind but for something that's so important to your health it should be that's why quip wants to help you brush better quip isn't electric toothbrush that's a fraction of the cost of bulkier brushes while still packing just the right amount of vibrations to help clean your teeth quips built in timer helps you clean for the dentist recommended two minutes with guiding pulses that remind you into switch sides next quick subscription plans are for your health not just for convenience they deliver new brush heads on a dentist recommended schedule every three months for just five dollars including free shipping worldwide whip also comes with amount that suctions rights your mirror and unstick to use as a cover for hygienic travel wherever you take your teeth and finally everyone loves quip they were on oprah zola's named one of times best inventions.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Prony russian voice and that is the only person quoted to kind of support a week or so ago we were talking about water diplomatic coup it was for for treason made to have secured all these expulsions from from allied states pretty unprecedented hasn't been really cheap before and certainly not for decades and it's idea that it's now unraveling because we have one deputy chairman the cd you who's already anyway slow newsday question the times on that one right you're taking us next to north korean some pretty alarming pictures on page six of the new york times a really interesting geeky article here on the really recommend look at it got some fascinating aerial photographs of nuclear reactors over time in north korea i'm basically the alarming picture is the main one which shows a new north korean reactor which appears to becoming online now after years of construction and you can see imo emissions from the stack and people moving around the parkway and vehicles driving up to this new reactor i'm what they're saying here is this ratu could be the crucial point the crucial talking point between north korea and donald trump when they come for the these talks if these talks happen because donald trump obviously wants complete denuclearisation officially of north korea and this plant could be part of it because they koreans claim this is being made for tristen does he want denuclearization does he want to photo opportunity well while i want both i am urging but you know this if he comes up and says i want to freeze on nuclear and missile testing greek to round and say well okay well we'll keep this plant going for trinity production as talks drag on and on and on could be creating much more plutonium link around all over again i just noticed the page seven looking at this north korea pieces piece melissa's major obstacles to impeachment that of of donald trump which is depressing reading i look forward to to picking over that later on this we haven't got too much time and i know you've got a light noche to end on lewis you're taking his to the daily telegraph and a diplomat expansion the kitchen ba.
Euroskeptic parties surge in Italy vote, but no majority
"Now way we all go to cross over to roll then wet daybreak europe house caroline heck or is this station for the morning which seems funny pleasant at least two two by is caroline it it it seems as if the anti establishment parties of the italian parliament all gaining ground yeah it date not particularly pleasant because it's very silky hey advice i believe that terrible weather across europe but it means it's bad enough toy with the last couple of days especially also over election day which was yesterday i think i think to know rate is that italian bonds have full of this morning and you're has also dropped but it's not that dramatic given that it looks as if it's a very very strong showing from the antiestablishment parties so for example we've got the fivestar before it looks as if they want around 32 percent of the vote ligo which is the chief ally of silvio berlusconi's rightwing party very much an anti immigrant party they also looked to have been the big winners with around eighteen percent of the vote and the ruling democratic party the pd we'll support has really dwindled if not been quite decimated because italians essentially a ryan greather angry about rising taxes angry about immigration at the lack of economic progress here in italy gdp has grown but it's lags a lot of the other european countries roni just now by a where we were of just before the financial crisis in europe for italy and said we cannot digest the election result it could take a long time before we actually get a a ruling parliament of the ruling government in places gnashing those singleparty as go a majority at least that's what the projections say so we're gonna have to have some kind of coalition who will do that at in the meantime let me tell you about who would go coming up in the atm hour marco elsa who's ahead portfolio manager loan sin capital that will be an interesting markets conversation also palace good odi joins us in the nine am our from london the rothschild deputy chairman and bekasi also the form of faragallah may ceo so very much get a business beset perspective on these italian elections mockus thank you very.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Thanks for listening to the rachel maddow show podcast you can listen to msnbc 24 hours a day seven days a week on tune in the legal now show weeknight at nine stern on msnbc as there is an unexpected twist in the news on friday of course still remember the deputy chairman of the trump presidential campaign rick gates he changed his plea in federal court to guilty he previously had been pleading not guilty been fighting dozens of felony charges but with his guilty plea on friday the government agreed not to pursue the charges they had previously brought against him he pled guilty instead to two new counts including lying to the fbi and in so doing he signed a very thorough cooperation agreement which compels him now to become a cooperating witness for robert moller's prosecutors in the special counsel's office when all the previous charges were dropped against rick gates in exchange for his guilty plea on those two new charges morris prosecutors basically took off the shelf the earlier indictments in which rick gates and paul manafort had been charged together and they rewrote them so that now all those charges are just against paul manafort we've now got new indictments that are against manafort alone they incorporate all the charges that he and gates used to be facing together plus a few new once we are expecting paul manafort to be arraigned in federal court in washington dc uh on on wednesday of this week after tomorrow and then we're expecting him to be arraigned again in a different federal court in virginia on friday because he is facing dozens of felony charges in both of those jurisdictions the dozens of felony charges that are now pending against the trump campaign chair paul manafort they obviously represent a significant legal challenge for him himself but the way the charges are laid out they may also indicate some potential problems for other people as well there was for example a bunch of reporting over the weekend quoting former european heads of state all denying that they knew the source of the funds that they had been paid from when manafort according to the indictment secretly.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Absolutely everybody in the white house should be concerned we're no longer talking about people are gonna be dismissed as errand boys are coffee noise you know are an important these people were actually held important positions chairman and deputy chairman of the campaign they went some went all the way up through the transition into the white house won't we it well what we're seeing here is is at muller his piling up multiple charges against people in the basically telling him you have a choice you can spend the rest of your life in jail or you can tell me the truth and gauge decided you know i'd rather not spend the rest of my time in slammer uh and he's going to spend some time but not as much time as he would have and that puts pressure on manafort manafort i think is playing a very risky game i think he's playing for a pardon and uh and he you know if he holds out long enough maybe the president will pardon him but when you have this many claims by a special prosecutor when is this serious has millions of dollars going around and by the way pain people the lobby on behalf of the pro russian government in ukraine and by half of a pro russian position that actually sort of smells allied like you know some of the things that are being investigated with regard to the campaign so uh i think this is dangerous i think we do have to caution that we haven't yet seen in underlying crime charge that we regard to the corruptions elections in the collusion and this may not go to the president it may go into the white house but it may stop short of the president and makes a big difference politically how far up ago you know rashidi it looks more and more almost like a a mob prosecution here right you go out to the capitol isn't gonna work your way up the organization it in his david teed up there went went when george propolis when his name came up for instance they call them a coffee boy but look at rick gates of mediums the deputy campaign chairman he he worked for the trump inaugural committee he helped found a protrump pack after the campaign you cannot argue the gates was a coffee.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Organised crime ties but he is a billionaire and very close to the russian government and he does have people working for them all over the place including people talking to the press about this case that he's pressing against manafort and gates but then manafort in gates sign on to become chairman and deputy chairman of the donald trump for president campaign and all of a sudden again the pressure just seems to go away quote early in the presidential campaign dare pasqua representatives openly accused manafort of fraud and pledged to recover the money from him after trump earned the nomination no dare pasquas representative said they would no longer discuss the case and you know what we also know that something was going on during the trump campaign while men aforten gates were chairman and deputy chairman something was going on between them and dera pasqua during the campaign while they were running the campaign quote on the evening of april 11th 2016 two weeks after trump hired paul manafort to lead his campaign metaphor emailed his old lieutenant constantine kalinic who had worked for him for a decade in ukraine manafort wrote quote i assume you have shown our friends mike media coverage colome nick responded a few hours later from kiev quote absolutely every article manafort than asked how do we used to get hole has lovie d operation seen lovie vd oleg vladimirovich dare pasqua quote less than two weeks before donald trump accepted the presidential nomination his campaign chairman paul manafort offered to provide briefings on the race to a russian billionaire closely aligned with the kremlin paul manafort made the offer in an email to an overseas intermediary again constatine kalinic asking that a message be sent to oleg deripaska an aluminum magnate with whom manafort had done business in the past manafort wrote in the july seven 2016 email quote if he needs private briefings we can accommodate.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"I i think it is that dire for these two defendants this is incredibly serious conduct i think bob muller's first and foremost objective is to try to punish this conduct and bring these two individuals to justice because their conduct really was way outside the bounds of american law but i do think brian a ultimate goal here is to figure out what leverage russia had over the chairman the deputy chairman and others in the trump campaign during the 2016 election so stephanie through an investigators are is what stands out at you as you read this indictment well i think it's a very fulsome indictment i mean they're very specific facts and very well documented intentions on the part of both manafort and gates in falsifying financial records line to lenders misleading iris about the tax records the thing that stands out most to me is that just how prolific they were in their efforts how unrelenting they were when faced with pushback by lenders they just came up with more creative ways to falsify information i think jeremies right the key is what impact will this have to the overarching russian investigation does bob muller anticipate that mr gates or mr manafort knows more and can provide more information that would link others into the campaign and possibly with the russian government hey peter our executive producer remembered the fall we piece of in your paper april of 2017 because she remembers pieces of writing like this quote he began this is how how manafort sold himself to trump he began by telling the candidate he lived on an upper floor of trump tower this was no trivial point it signalled his wealth and a willingness to work 15hour days and a building that housed both his lavish apartment at mr trump's barebones campaign it also meant mr manafort had already put his money in the form of an apartment purchase into mr trump's brand which meant a lot to the candidate transactional developer and politician aide said plus he had a powerful closers move he would work for free and i think you have said in the past peter that one trump can see you more as a here he's more likely to have a different relationship with you as an employee no certainly that's exactly right he's spoken in the past of other people in terms of their wealth wealth of impresses him it means that this person success.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"But while all that other news was breaking today we also got it's not even friday new 32 count federal indictment against the chairman of the donald trump for president campaign and the deputy chairman of that campaign as well paul manafort campaign chairman and written gates the deputy chairman they were both already indicted on a dozen counts dozen felony counts back in october in federal court in dc we'll today they were hit with a superseding indictment not in dc but in a neighboring district were both men live and where both of them importantly filed their taxes eastern district of virginia so they were charged in october in dc they were charged today in virginia this means that a second grand jury a whole different grand jury was involved in producing these charges against them wasn't the same grand jury that indicted them before this this shift in venue with these new charges also raises some very interesting questions as to where these guys are ultimately going to go on trial and when and how many times there is now a non zero chance that this new indictment means that the trump campaign guys are going to go on trial in dc and then they are also going to go on trial in virginia so we'll have more on that in a moment with somebody who knows these things inside and out but here's what i think we've just learned about the special counsel investigation and about the relationship between president trump the trump campaign and all these dozens of financial and tax charges against paul manafort and rick gates okay you might remember this document a few months ago msnbc obtained this letter it's a letter and a list of talking points that paul manafort used in late february and early march 2016 to pitch himself to pitch his services to the trump campaign now metaphor at this point in the winner of 2016 early 2016 he hadn't been involved in electoral politics in the united states in decades he had no profile at all in the modern republican party he was on nobody's list of people who anyone might pick to run their campaign let alone.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"There's no there's no regular way to do this this is never been a problem before well when we didn't get anywhere if mr barrot we then tried calling the treasurer for the presidential inaugural committee right this is a money issue now the treasurer is a much lower profile figure than tom barrack he's not a wellknown person his name is doug amerman we've obtained the fec filings for the trump presidential inaugural committee mr amerman is listed officially as the treasurer of that committee which means ultimately he should be responsible for explaining what happened to the money that went into in that conceivably came out of that giant fund i don't know how doug amerman ended up being the treasurer of president trump's inaugural committee the only other way he has ever made government related news was when he was named as an unindicted coconspirator in a major criminal tax evasion case involving his former employer kpmg we wrote in cold companies from mr aramis sits on the board to try to get in touch with him thinking not might be a way to reach him at mr chairman would not return our calls at least he hasn't yet we live in hope the other person we tried contacting really the only other person we could think of to try to contact about this is the deputy chairman of the inaugural committee maybe he could explain what they did with all the extra money when why they said it would all be cleared up in january and then in april and then in september and then in november and still not been cleared up and nobody knows where the money as we contacted the deputy chairman of the presidential inaugural committee to ask him those questions and we didn't hear back from him either but you need to know in his case he has a pretty good excuse because the deputy chairman of the trump inaugural committee was rick gates who is currently under indictment by special counsel robert muller for a dozen felony charges related to money laundering among other things.
"deputy chairman" Discussed on 1A
"In an activist that he he was going to run and he doesn't even know how long stay in office if he should went but my point is this young people all over this country and not so young people and women in different people of all walks of life who was saying public services a good thing to do it's an important way to be involved and we're seeing that we wanna see more of it and if this new wave of public servants pulls the democratic party to the right to the left further than it expected the way the tea party pulled the republicans farther to the right what then then the nest then that's the way the american people wanted to go and that's just democracy minnesota congressman keith ellison is the deputy chairman of the democratic national committee congressman i really appreciate your time thanks we're talking to us thank you josh let's continue our conversation with our panel and i'd love to get some of your reactions to what a keith ellison had to say before we get into a few more questions about stress and car what did you think of congressman ellison's the stated strategy for democrats going forward well i think the broad sentiment of standing for something matches against something is absolutely correct i do question extent to which the recent emphasis on russia of the emphasis on legal means through the court system and other ways to obstruct a trump might be getting away from the core kind of emphasis of bear the first couple months in office in the months between november and january obviously it's not completely you know i as era some game ginaina obviously there salat question about trump's on dealings way runs his administration in particular relationship to russia during the campaign but too many americans i would have imagined the seems a lot more abstract from the real fears they have about trump care about about just in general the stagnation of their jobs about outsourcing about all these other core issues so i wonder whether it's better for the democratic party to be known as the party fighting for those issues and fighting for the little people than fighting for.