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"Was younger that he get that far I said to myself you gonna grow up and become chairman of the joint chief It didn't happen that way It was unthinkable It was impossible to conceive Colin Powell was also president George W. Bush's Secretary of State but the AP's Sagar Meghani reports His reputation though was stained in 2003 when he went before the UN Security Council to make the U.S. case for war against Iraq citing faulty information that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction Sagar Meghani Washington Former president Trump will testify under oath today in New York in a case about his security teams crackdown on a protest during the early days of his presidential campaign The AP's Julie Walker According to court papers the former president will record the deposition at Trump Tower The lawsuit stems from a September 3rd 2015 protest outside the tower over negative comments Trump made about Mexican immigrants 6 of the protesters said they were roughed up and there is video of the incident State Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez denied an effort by Trump to quash a subpoena ordering him to testify The judge said Trump's argument that there must be exceptional circumstances to depose a high ranking government official did not apply because he was being called to answer for conduct outside of office Still missing in Haiti 17 people with a U.S. based missionary group who were kidnapped by a gang This is a P news Pope Francis has something to say about the violence in several countries Karen Chammas is overseas with this Pope Francis has denounced recent attacks around the world calling for an anti violence Last week many attacks took place such as in Norway.
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"Donald Trump is scheduled to provide a deposition in New York today in a case about his security teams crackdown on a protest during the early days of his presidential campaign according to court papers the former president will record the deposition at trump tower the lawsuit stems from a September third twenty fifteen protest outside the tower over negative comments trump made about Mexican immigrants six of the protesters said they were roughed up and there is video of the incident state Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez denied an effort by trump to quash a subpoena ordering him to testify the judge said trump's argument that there must be exceptional circumstances to depose a high ranking government official did not apply because he was being called to answer for conduct outside of office I'm
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"From NPR news in Washington DC this is weekend edition. I'm Scott Simon the show or Ron Elving on the week in politics with a whistle blower get tell their story all. US forces to Saudi Arabia defense secretary Marquess as the president has made clear the United States does not seek conflict with the wrong. it said with many other military options available should they be necessary a story this hour later and Tony brown from the New England Patriots cobie Smulders under new series a private eye in the streets of the city where a lot of people the biggest crime is the price of a single source cold room and a book about performers who died in the spot first we have our newscast today is Saturday September twenty first two thousand nine. live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder president trump is calling reports that he tried to and list of foreign government to dig up damaging information about a potential rival a political hack job the president is dismissing questions about a whistle blower complaint reportedly having to do with allegations that he asked the president of Ukraine to investigate the business dealings of Joe Biden son hunter those symbols of the Wall Street journal is one of the reporters who's been looking into this now we have you know what appears to be a conversation between president trump and president of Russia's neighbor Ukraine talking about looking into a political opponent Joe Biden and his son and so this does raise questions again about for interference and what the president is is inviting are doing heading into the twenty twenty Kamp button has issued a statement saying the president should release a transcript of the phone call so the American people can judge for themselves the trump administration has refused to turn over the form a whistle blower complaint to Congress setting up the standoff with house Democrats in an interview with NPR house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she supports changing the law make it clear that a sitting president can be indicted. Susan Davis reports. speaker policy hasn't changed her mind on not pursuing impeachment but she would like to change the law I do think that we will have to pass some laws that will have clarity for future presidents president should be indicted if he's committed upon doing right now the justice department operates under a decades old policy that a sitting president can not be indicted many Democrats believe the president would have faced charges as a result of the Muller investigation if not for those guidelines Lucy said she would also like to clarify the law that allows presidents to declare national emergencies trump is invoked that power to re direct funds to build a wall along the US Mexico border season Davis NPR news the capitol the deaths of at least four people in southeast taxes are being linked to what was once tropical storm of Mel the parts of the region receive more than forty inches of rain over two days this week creating dangerous conditions Texas standards Michael marks reports on how some residents are recovering from the store. members of the senior center in Dayton Texas are happy to be back in each other's company after floodwaters swept through the area thirty five miles northeast of Houston the water isolated residents like Karen hair he didn't get into our house but it did prevent her husband from receiving scheduled care number my husbands on hospice and I can't get him out of the house so we had to stay where we were and we tried it yeah and hospice aide takes care of him on Monday Wednesdays and Fridays couldn't get there today much of hair surrounding property is still under water it will likely take several days for floodwaters to recede in low lying areas there's more rain in the region's forecast I'm Michael marks in Dayton Texas and you're listening to NPR news this is W. NYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm Kerry Nolan there to Blasio has ended his campaign for the democratic nomination for president but he might still have a role to play in the race W. N. Y. C.'s Bridget Bergen says he could be a valuable asset to one of the other twenty twenty candidates he really believe strongly that Democrats need to have a clear progressive message and while this may not be his time I think there's a strong possibility that we're going to see him active in this race in other ways as a potential circuit the Blasio has yet to endorse another candidate but says he will support the eventual democratic nominee the mayor announced the end of his campaign yesterday after struggling to stand out in a crowded field of progressive Democrats a judge's order to queens landlord to pay almost twenty thousand dollars for threatening to report a tenant to federal immigration authorities the case was brought by the city's commission on human rights agency deputy commissioner sop no rosh says city law prohibits discrimination against renters based on immigration status we've got so many families about home. that we protect the foot is like to live in a safe place and to live with dignity and respect no matter where they come from or what your status is the Wall Street journal reports the landlord repeatedly threatened the tenet via text message amid vixen proceedings in twenty eighteen a New York judge has ordered president trump to give a videotape deposition in a lawsuit filed by protesters who say they were assaulted by his security staff in twenty fifteen the lawsuit was filed by six activists who say they were roughed up at a campaign event the group was protesting derogatory comments trump made about Mexican immigrants the president had attempted to quash the subpoena seeking his testimony but state Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez of the Bronx is ordering trump to videotape deposition next week calling his testimony indispensable trump's attorney has not yet responded to a request for comment we've got a beautiful weekend.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst the Pentagon says president trump has authorized deployment of US forces to Saudi Arabia after the attacks in Saudi oil facilities the trump claims on a run secretary of defense markets for as we have seen that the Iranian regime is waging a deliberate campaign to destabilize the Middle East and impose costs on the international economy. in recent months Iran has increased its military activity the direct attacks and support to its proxies in the region the Pentagon says though that they have not decided on specific units to send to Riyadh and that the deployment will be quote moderate. president trump is demanding that European allies take custody of their nationals captured in Syria and Iraq as ISIS fighters isn't yours David welna reports trump also ruled out using the U. S. military prison at Guantanamo bay Cuba for holding those captives. as a candidate trump promised to load one ton of all up with what he called bad dudes still he told reporters at the White House that many of the ISIS fighters being held should be sent back to the European nations they came from the United States is not going to have thousands and thousands of people that we've captured stationed at Guantanamo bay held captive at Guantanamo bay for the next fifty years and spending billions and billions of dollars trump said those countries should receive and try those fighters so far they've refused and some point I'm going to have to say I'm sorry but you to take a back over to let him go you border he did not explain just how that would be done David welna NPR news Washington California and a coalition of other states are suing the trump administration over its decision to revoke California's ability to set its own tail pipe emission standards and yours Nathan rot reports this lawsuit could make its way all the way to the Supreme Court California has the unique ability to set its own tail pipe emission standards under the clean air act for nearly fifty years democratic and Republican administrations have affirmed that but the trump administration is challenging that waiver as part of a larger back and forth fight over national fuel economy standards in an interview with NPR EPA administrator and Wheeler says that he hopes California's challenge will reach the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court upholds what we're doing unlike the previous administration we are closely following the statutes were closely following the Supreme Court decisions a number of legal experts have questioned the administration's ability to revoke California's waiver soon courts will weigh in on their own Nathan rot NPR news Wall Street was lower by the closing bell the Dow down one hundred fifty nine points twenty six thousand nine hundred thirty five the nasdaq down sixty five points at eighty one seventeen yes to be five hundred down fourteen points to close at twenty nine ninety two. the nasdaq is down eight tenths of a percent you're listening to NPR news. and this is W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd a judge in New York has ordered president trump to give a videotaped deposition it's in a case that grows out of a lawsuit filed by protesters who say they were assaulted by then candidate trump security staff back in twenty fifteen the lawsuit was filed by six activists who say they were roughed up at a campaign event the group was protesting derogatory comments made by trump about Mexican immigrants and others the president had attempted to quash the subpoena seeking his testimony but state Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez of the Bronx is ordering trump to videotape a deposition next week calling the testimony indispensable president drums attorney has not responded to a request for comment mayor bill de Blasio is ended his campaign for the democratic nomination for president but he may still have a role to play in the race W. N. Y. C.'s bridge Bergen says he could be a valuable asset asset to one of the other twenty twenty candidates he really believe strongly that Democrats need to have a clear progressive message and while this may not be his time I think there's a strong possibility that we're going to see him active in this race in other ways as a potential circuit the blog seo is yet to endorse another candidate but says he will support the eventual democratic nominee they are now see into its campaign this morning after struggling to stand out in a crowded field of progressive Democrats and a judge has ordered a queens landlord to pay almost twenty thousand dollars for threatening to report a tenant to federal immigration authorities the case was brought by the cities that commission on human rights agency deputy commissioner sop jun Raj says the city law prohibits discrimination against renters based on their immigration status we've got so many families about home really important that we protect the right to live in a safe place and to live with dignity and. in fact no matter where they come from or what your status is the Wall Street journal reports the landlord repeatedly threatened the tenant via text message currently seventy eight degrees at seven oh six. support for NPR comes from the Alfred P. Sloan foundation bridging science and the arts by supporting please continue part of LA theatre works relativity series of science audio plays more at Sloan dot org. from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm ari Shapiro and Ahmadi Cornish ridiculous that's how president trump is describing allegations that he had improper conversations with another foreign leader they're reportedly at the heart of a whistle blower complaint from someone in the intelligence community that complaint and the acting director of national intelligence is refuse refusal to share it with Congress has resulted in a stand off between the executive and legislative branches of government president trump says there's nothing wrong with how he talks to other world leaders during a news conference with Australian prime minister Scott Morrison today I've had conversations with many leaders that always appropriate thanks god can tell you that always appropriate at the highest level always appropriate and anything I do I fight for this country I fight so strongly for this country it's just another political hack job speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi doesn't see these accusations as a political hack job I sat down with her this morning in a conference room just offer office along with NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis who begins this part of our conversation I'm sure you're aware of the reports of a whistleblower raising questions about actions the president took his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said he spoke to the government of the Ukraine asking to investigate the Biden family just this morning president trump said quote someone ought to look into Joe Biden quote your reaction just another example of the lack of integrity decency and patriotism on the part of this administration we don't know the facts we don't know if the Ukraine is the country that is the subject of the telephone conversation that remains to be seen but what is the fact is the law and the law says the director of national intelligence shall not should not may we encourage shell convey the whistle blower information to the intelligence committees in the Congress and right now they are breaking the law to that end if there is evidence that there is law break. king or if there is evidence that the president is trying to interfere with the twenty twenty election by asking a foreign entity to investigate political opponents does that change the calculation on impeachment we've always been in search of the fax and that is the calculus is what are the facts were in court on four cases right now whether it's the president's taxes whether it's his bank accounts whether it's his accounting and his emoluments this case has a national security piece to it that is very alarming because it inspector general is appointed by president trump if in fact it is as is described described this of urgency enough concern and again the law says this director of national intelligence shall send the information you refer to a lack of integrity decency and patriotism by this president you are as the final restoration and they have the PMR that blanket you're describing potential acts of lawbreaking and many people here that and say if Congress does not pursue impeachment does it forever changed the standard of what is acceptable behavior by any president I don't know about lawbreaking and said we don't have the information of immense suggested I said that because we don't have the information and I that while others may speculate I have to go on the basis of the law and the facts and that's where decisions will be made our founders could never suspect the president would be sold the use of of the constitution of the United States that the separation of powers would be irrelevant to him and that he would continue any president would continue to withhold fax from the Congress which are part of the constitutional right of inquiry so this is in a different class in terms of his behavior but again the facts and the law I do think that we will have to pass some laws that will have clarity for future presidents. president should be indicted if he's committed upon doing any while in office any presents there is nothing any place that says the president should not be indicted as if it's the justice department interpretation by the president's lawyers that's what that is so that people will steal okay well if he does something wrong should be able to be indicted the president should not be able to interpret the national security act as something that gives him free reign to do anything he wants by his personal declaration that something is an emergency in the behooves Congress to make sure whether it's trade agreements that he says he has the ability to do this that and the other thing Congress has to retain its power in all the days of rain but hasn't he proven the point that Congress is not very strong right now and not very affected he's at thirty eight percent in the polls I think the public is making some judgment about him and it will remain under fifty percent in the polls four five are candidates beat him when they we haven't even decided who I understand is this if I could pay the two international affairs secretary of state Pompey was in Saudi Arabia this week talking about a strike that the US and the Saudis blame on Iran do you think military action in Iran should be on the table right now absolutely not I do not think that we have a responsibility to protect and defend Saudi Arabia what agreement is that a part of do you believe that if this administration decides to go to war with Iran the Congress would have an opportunity to make its voice heard as the constitution requires of course but the president's authorities on going to war are unleashed if we are attacked Saudi Arabia please they're sitting across from the person who chopped up a reporter and dissolved his remains in chemicals in the sitting across the chair from the person suspected of leading that I don't see any responsibility for us to protect and defend Saudi Arabia this White House has shown so little respect for congressional power what makes you think it would respect congressional opposition to a military strike in Iran. I don't think the present one sister I can run he's been advocating how wrong it was to go into a rock every decided he was against the war in Iraq he knows there's no appetite country to go to war the paying a price for one of the.