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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The host of the podcast you down. We're excited to check out the new content Serious from Ford Motor Company titled Women who Power America forward. Women are accustomed to putting out fires at home and at work. But Queen, a new neighbor who was a deputy fire chief, has broken down barriers and risen through the ranks of the male dominated firefighting industry. We're gonna talk to her about that and what it feels like to constantly have to prove yourself. We all know the fire service is a male dominated profession. So how do you as a woman combat that You have to have passion, but you also have to work extremely hard. I use compassion for people to drive me and I think that's very unique. In my field. You can follow Queen a new names, inspiring story at Power America forward dot com and you can listen to a new episode of you Down Every Monday you down is available on my heart Radio apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Kitty O'Neil, the KFBK. Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk Now trending, Let's go to the KFBK newsroom with the very latest from Brody Fernandez. Joe I've got good news for anyone craving a red velvet cupcake for breakfast. I know I do. It looks like the fan favorite pop tart flavor is back. It was discontinued three years ago, but boxes have been spotted on some grocery store shelves in the Midwest. No word yet, if or when they'll expand nationwide. So keep an eye out 6 17 now on the kfbk afternoon news and time to go in depth on President Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the November election. It, of course, is firmly in the rear view mirror. So some historians are baffled. The administration is still challenging the results. NBC's Andy Field joins us now on Andy, Let me ask you this President Trump have any options left at all to overturn the election results? I don't know what other options we have legally after. January 6, which is basically supposed to be Congress, rubber stamping the electoral college, which is what they have done for. For the last couple of centuries. There is, I think Louie Gohmert of Texas is now filing some lawsuits. Against Mike Pence. I'm saying that His constitutional duty of basically rubber stamping. What the electoral college is doing is unconstitutional. Even though it's in the Constitution. I, you know, way the level of crazy in this election is off the charts so much so That the New York Post, which is incredibly conservative newspaper run by Rupert Murdoch, the saying band who owns Fox News. I've put out an editorial today. That basically is asking the president to stop the crazy I know you believe called one of his so called dream team lawyers. It's no longer one of the president's lawyers should be, pal, a crazy person. I said Michael Flynn, who we're told from conversations in the Oval Office. He suggested to the president. Remember Michael Flynn is a retired U. S general. He had were told, and I don't have this on my own thing. But other reporting has is that he had suggested that the president could use the Insurrection Act and declare martial law. Sees all the electoral election machines in the disputed states and force them to rerun the election. There's no legal authority in this country that says he has the power to do anything stuff. The New York Post again, one of President Trump's giant supporters said. This is tradition. This is treason. And it was. It was pretty much scathing, and the president now has lost. Most of his supportive media outlets in terms of them backing this Don Kot attempt to overturn the election. He's lost a lot of people in the House and Senate, including Mitch McConnell, who is bash because Mr Collins aside with him, any knowledge of the Joe Biden was the president, and he's bashing his own Supreme Court picks. Saying, You know, basically, I put you in there to help me win the election and he didn't do your job. This is really an extraordinary moment in U. S history. One thing for sure. The next month will be interesting as ABC Washington D. C correspondent, Andy Field 6 20. Now it needs 93.1 kfbk time for traffic and weather together. We do it every 10 minutes and we start with Dana Hat and brought to you by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency. And checking out those freeways downtown with split right now. 87 minutes eastbound Camp City from 50 to 80. Once you get there, it's gonna be another eight minutes Have Douglass Boulevard in.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:19 min | 3 weeks ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kfbk now trending Joe Michael's for kiddies, sending it to the KFBK newsroom for the very latest from Taylor Martin. The CDC says people with underlying conditions can get an FDA approved Corona virus vaccine in new guidelines, The CDC says it's safe as long as they have not had severe allergic reactions to any of the ingredients in the drug. Well. The November 3rd presidential election is now firmly in our rear view mirror, and some historians are baffled. The Trump Administration is still challenging the results. A B C's Andy Field joins us now on Annie, Let me ask you As President Trump have any options left to turn the overturn the election results. I don't know what other options we have legally after January 6, which is basically supposed to be Congress rubber stamping the electoral college, which is what they have done for. For the last couple of centuries. There is, I think Louie Gohmert of Texas is now filing some lawsuits. Against Mike Pence. Saying that His constitutional duty of basically rubber stamping. What the electoral college is doing is unconstitutional. Even though it's in the Constitution. I, you know, way level of crazy in this election is off the charts so much so That The New York Post, which is incredibly conservative newspaper run by Rupert Murdoch, the same man who owns Fox News, put out an editorial today. That basically is asking the president to stop the crazy I know you believe called one of his so called dream team lawyers. That's no longer one of the president's lawyers, said the pal, a crazy person I said Michael Flynn, who we're told from conversations in the Oval Office. He suggested to the president. Remember Michael Flynn is a retired U. S general. He had were told, and I don't have this on my own thing. But other reporting has is that he had suggested that the president could use the Insurrection Act and declare martial law. Sees all the electoral election machines in the disputed states and force them to rerun the election. There's no legal authority in this country that says he has the power to do anything stuff. The New York Post again, one of President Trump's giant supporters said. This is tradition. This is treason. And it was. It was pretty much scathing, and the president now has lost. Most of his supportive media outlets in terms of them backing this Don Kot attempt to overturn the election. He's lost a lot of people in the House and Senate, including Mitch McConnell, who is bash because Mr Collins aside with him, any knowledge of the Joe Biden was the president, and he's bashing his own Supreme Court picks. Saying, You know, basically, I put you in there to help me win the election and he didn't do your job. This is really an extraordinary moment in U. S history again. That's a B. C's. Washington D. C correspondent Andy Field 4 50 Now at news 93.1 kfbk. We checked traffic.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"S. good evening time innate ability to three things to know eleven forty five one the acting director of ice as the undocumented immigrants allegedly killed a ninety two year old queen woman last week should not have been on the streets to president trump has added whitewater special prosecutor Ken Starr and Dream Team lawyer Alan Dershowitz his impeachment defense team White House counsel Patsy Bologna and Mr trump's personally or J. secular within the defense team and three in a win for the trump administration the Supreme Court is considering allowing rules that would let employers deny insurance coverage for contraceptives for women CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley tells us what would happen if the trump administration is successful in their appeal if successful the trump rule would create a major gap in coverage for women around the country the question is whether companies could simply declined to supply this service for coverage and is simply say they did this for religious purposes the court will hear arguments on the issue in April and will issue a ruling in June more arrests today ahead of a gun rights rally in Virginia next Monday involving white supremacists three Georgia men between nineteen and twenty five years old have been arrested on charges they were involved in a white supremacist group that plan to overthrow the government and murder a couple in Bartow county Georgia the criminal charges follow the rest of three minute Maryland accused of being a neo **** group federal authorities say the three including an army veteran were believed to be planning to attend a gun rights rally in Richmond Virginia Monday in the hopes of starting a race war Jim chrysalis CBS news Facebook is stopped its effort to put ads on one of its services CBS news correspondent but Michigan explains Facebook but the popular messaging service what's happened twenty fourteen and has been looking for methods to monetize it but the Wall Street journal is reporting that Facebook does now retreating from plan to sell ads on what's that no comment from what sap spokesman the journal reports the creators of what's that change the terms of service in twenty sixteen to forbid ads in the app comp getting any future efforts to do so Facebook's push for ads was part of the process that eventually led the creators of what's happened to resign but Michigan CBS news the Senate is proposing the appointment of state cyber security leaders to approve state's abilities to counter cyber attacks a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced the bill today lead senator Margie on Maggie hacen of New Hampshire highlighted the on going ransomware attacks on cities and government entities across the nation as the reason for the bill W. CBS news time eleven forty eight traffic.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good evening I'm Steve Scott at seven forty five here three things to know number one the acting director of ice says the illegal immigrant who allegedly killed a ninety two year old woman in queens last week should not have been on the streets I said ask the city behold radios con for possible deportation after his November arrest for to solve the NYPD claims it never got ISIS request to president trump is added whitewater independent counsel Ken Starr and OJ Simpson Dream Team lawyer Alan Dershowitz to his impeachment defense the trial in the Senate due to begin next week and number three in a win for the trump administration the Supreme Court is considering allowing rules that would let employers deny insurance coverage for contraceptives for women CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley tells us what would happen if the trump administration is successful in this appeal if successful the trump rule would create a major gap in coverage for women around the country the question is whether companies could simply declined to supply this service for coverage and as simply say they did this for religious purposes the court will hear arguments on the issue in April and likely issue a ruling in June more rest today ahead of a gun rights rally in Virginia next Monday involving white supremacists three Georgia men between nineteen and twenty five years old that arrested on charges they were involved in a white supremacist group that plan to overthrow the government and murder a couple in Bartow county Georgia the criminal charges follow the arrest of three men in Maryland accused of being a neo **** group federal authorities say the three including an army veteran were believed to be planning to attend a gun rights rally in Richmond Virginia Monday in the hopes of starting a race war Jim chrysalis CBS news Monday of course Martin Luther king junior holiday Facebook has stopped its effort to put ads on one of its services CBS news correspondent but Michigan with more Facebook but the popular messaging service what's happened twenty fourteen and has been looking for methods to monetize it but the Wall Street journal is reporting that Facebook is now retreating from plan to sell ads on what's that no comment from what's have spokesman the journal reports the creators of what's that change the terms of service in twenty sixteen to forbid ads in the app complicating any future efforts to do so Facebook's push for ads was part of the process that eventually led the creators of what's happened to resign but Michigan CBS news W. CBS news time seven forty eight traffic and weather together on the H. sponsored by Hiram Colin and son Kelly deal and watching the roads and we're still dealing with an accident while a broken down car in the outbound Pulaski skyway this one breath a women Boulevard in New York right laying down of course a bumper to bumper delays still a bit busy west on two eighty also in New York exit sixteen on to the ethical drawbridge where some some lingering volume left over from the rush hour the outbound to Holland down to about a twenty minute Wayne to the Lincoln not bad only ten minutes and city bound at both the pretty quiet right at the moment inbound George upper lower tax they're moving right on the approaches to the outbound George still a bit slow cross Bronx delays back to Rosedale west side back into the nineties FDR drive delays still a bit busy from the forties to the R. F. K. we did have an earlier crash in there and then still bumper to bumper one fifty so that ran to the outbound George now we're also a bit slow at the moment on the cross county parkway if you are on the westbound side right past the New York State Thruway getting reports of an accident start to really jam things up our next traffic updates in less than ten minutes on W. C. B. S. all right Danielle is up next to with the snowy Saturday forecast hang on for that first this from Hiram Colin and son a family owned insurance brokerage firm since nineteen nineteen celebrating a hundred years and four generations of exceeding client expectations visit Hiram colon dot com that's H. I. R. A. M. colon dot com Hiram colon and son insurance since nineteen nineteen Danielle little it's going to be a little sloppy tomorrow's yeah it certainly is as Steve we're going to be dealing with a a fairly likely quick hitting storm system coming into our area tomorrow the snow getting underway here a looks like our around lunch time basically I'd say around twelve o'clock here for the western suburbs and then a one to two PM for the city itself and then I'll we're going to see the steadiest of the preset basically tapering off between about ten eleven o'clock tomorrow night so yeah we're looking at least improving conditions for the second half of the weekend tonight very cold I kind of setting the stage for the storm tomorrow twenty one degrees the low in the city low to mid teens for most of the outlying areas again that snow will rise by the early afternoon will see that snow mixing with and changing over to rain for the city in coastal areas and by early tomorrow evening could be a brief period of some ice in there as well the snow though primarily will continue to be the precipitation form of choice north and west around the entire duration of this event little bit of sleep mixing and up but and the northern and western suburbs three to six inches of snow and sleet one to three inches for the city and nearby suburbs and again by it late tomorrow evening we're going to see all this tapering off and then things improving for Sunday with some sunshine it'll be a blustery day thirty nine degrees and looking at a good deal of sunshine for Monday and Tuesday but still quite cold highs in the upper twenties and lower thirties right now twenty five degrees in Nutley it's twenty seven and a story of we have twenty six in mid town going down tonight to a low of twenty one Steve Danielle little thank you at seven fifty one A. W. C. B. S. the to do list things to do this weekend across the tri state it's a long holiday weekend so get out there and have some fun here's what's on tap in this week's WCBS to do list dance the night away underground to take part in the subway silent.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Thanks for joining us on Michael Wallace three things to know and one forty five one president trump is added whitewater special prosecutor Ken Starr and OJ Simpson Dream Team lawyer Alan Dershowitz to his impeachment defense team White House counsel Pat Simpson Bologna and Mr trump's personal lawyer Jay Sekulow will leave the defense team number two after two weeks of jury selection and Harvey Weinstein's rape trial in Manhattan lawyers have agreed on twelve jurors and three alternates testimony should begin next week and three U. S. Central Command now says eleven U. S. troops were injured last week when Iran fired missiles at Iraqi air base most of them suffered concussions president trump and said there were no casualties the president says he does not know left harness the associate of Rudy Giuliani artist claims the president knew exactly what was going on with the efforts to dig up dirt on the bidens in Ukraine CBS news White House correspondent ouija Jiang says the president's defenders have been rebutting partis ahead of next week's impeachment trial the White House is doing exactly what it did during the house impeachment proceedings which is to attack the credibility of the potential witnesses in part this is Casey and they make a fair point I mean partners is facing federal charges for breaking election laws here in the U. S. for funneling money improperly two candidates and campaigns but that doesn't mean everything he says should be discounted I mean he's painting and extremely vivid picture of what president trump knew when he knew it and porting to partner as the major role the president played as how at what he describes as a cult leader harness tells MSNBC president trump tried multiple times to fire U. S. ambassador to Ukraine Maria bottom edge but secretary of state Mike Pompeii and former national security adviser John Bolton didn't go along with it China's economic growth sank to a new multi decade low last year as Beijing fought the terror for with Washington the world's second largest economy grew by six point one percent that was down from twenty eight teams six point six percent which had been the lowest since nineteen ninety still economists expect the interview S. China trade deal might help revive consumer and business activity in China those trade tensions have heard the lobster industry in Maine here's W. G. ME TV reporter Brad Rogers at the lobster company in a Rundle exports to China were a huge part of the business my average order from my Chinese customers would be two thousand was almost half of my business and now I don't have any of it I don't know how I get it back owner Stephanie Nadeau says for the last year and a half trade wars with China in Europe decimated the market for U. S. lobster exports Europe in China now by lobster from Canada instead what's your company said they hope the framework of a new to US China trade deal will eventually help them one forty eight at WCBS traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by a major world dot com Jim Feldman now with a problem the cross county parkway on the westbound side by Grand Avenue in Fleetwood Michael it is an accident and a couple of lanes are blocked with this crash traffic is going back on the northbound side of the Hutch speaking of the Hutch southbound delays as you're approaching Webster Avenue interest shell that is an accident at least one lane a shot with that and rubber necking on the northbound side too westbound on two eighty seven is now slowing down between Anderson hill road in purchase as you getting to around hillside Avenue in Greensburg so far so good across the Tappan Zee bridge getting a Rockland county south and I. ninety five slow through Stanford from exit nine down to exit six north bound Elise building getting towards the dairy and service area and then into Norwalk and then as you're getting to Fairfield a okay as of right now on Long Island L. E. northern southern states are moving well same for the long time and the secret is to be expressway also for the Meadowbrook parkway in the Bronx southbound Brookner there was a broken down vehicle in the right lane by around a hundred thirty eight and the eastbound cross Bronson the Alexander Hamilton bridge still have that left lane blocked by construction barrel buying a.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Half in this whole Jeffrey obscene story happened while we were gone which I don't know how many of you knew who that was or follow this or what not but it's got so many tentacles to it that are interesting about about our culture about the change with the me too movement etcetera etcetera money the legal system at sept from Deborah J. Saunders is the White House correspondent for the Las Vegas review journal we are told the Deborah may be called away and any second on top secret journalistic business hello Debra how are you I'm fine how are you doing I'm at the age mate made in America showcase about today so I could be I could be brought back to look at American made products it it any moment I'm surrounded by American made products exists come over here if you'd like anyway so just brief capitalization Jeffrey have steam ease financial would advisor investor financier to the to the very rich in New York for years and years one super well connected politically what else should we know about the guy before we get in the latest like the bacteria that had a file or the fact that he has she did you not really kind of while he just likes to have sex between eighteen right soldiers in your car and put it in a day yeah the whole the whole me too movement thing is so interesting because this story had been around for years he got accused of it years ago it made but it didn't get the kind of public attention that it would get today for whatever reason I don't know why we were soft on rape for so many years in this country but now he's in serious trouble we got a so we should mention is super Kush plea agreement that he got state charges and and deb's been covering that angle so we'll see what so some of the things that he was doing that to explain what a bad guy he is so basically of Palm Beach police went to the federal authorities because they're afraid that the local point going to really do anything about the fact that this rich guy who had a house in Manhattan of the palm beach private island place in pairs with had sex with minors about thirty teenage girls and they they wanted to see him prosecuted and they were very that was not going to happen so Alex a casa within the US attorney look at the case it was a distasteful lost and in the end he brokered a deal where the where the Southern District of Florida would not prosecute him for these crimes but at the end would agree to plead guilty which is huge right and then he would go to jail it was supposed to be for two years and after that he would and you can't restitution to the victim so he ended up going to jail for thirteen months at the Palm Beach county jail turns out and this is sort of like a wall I even though he was a sex offender who was not allowed to have work for awhile he went to work in the private office twelve hours a day six days a week wow suse hardly ever in jail he he he without not in jail not for practically any thinking person of yeah the way it was a really really likes them thank you we heart for a guy who was a repeat offender of having sex with you know fourteen year old girls or whatever age under age girls he because in most people think in what in what way did his wealth that his power keep him out of trouble we know that yet well we know that he could hire the Dream Team of attorneys cool cool cool cool really and he hired white black with gold helps us a William Kennedy Smith charged with rape and acquitted he had Alan Dershowitz from the OJ Simpson case he had can start a residential drug here and there a couple other big names that you know I think Floridians would know better than we would so he had this team and also of course you can hire private investigators and across the road the one of the reasons why he preferred to have a clean elegy was afraid he couldn't win in court and with the Freddy will couldn't win in court because he said this in a in a very gentle way there's a lot of money floating around there right so obviously there is the ability to fight for that and we shall we since then we've heard stories about a couple of days or whatever that would come that may have happened but also they were investigating the market here they weren't they were actually looking into their background they could impeach them they tried to do that with two people and so it was just are there reasons to believe that's the one that they're trying to actually get the prosecutors thrown out of their jobs yeah wow okay yeah and esteem they're the reason we know the name is he was friends with Bill Clinton in this back in two thousand eight when he got all this trouble that that that bubbled up as a story briefly that Bill Clinton slow on the guys playing regularly turns out he's friends with trump or used used to be true friends of trump also your beer pretty connected if you are have a personal relationship with multiple presidents yes and the chances are that if you are a rich person and York and Palm Beach you've got the eight ball the you that president that you've got a lot of the people on that I don't know like to hang out with each other and at the end and you know he wants he wants he went to jail and he came out and hired a PR firm is sort of rehabilitated himself this is a real thing that happened I mean this is not a I may be getting a call back in a second okay you know I I I I actually understand why across the did would be dead one of the things he said first it was eight anybody else from going after you just said Southern District of Florida couldn't imagine your could you have a home Intel with other places could you and so ten years later and by the way the Miami Herald this is a huge story not Intel our the cockpit was concerned that connection as trump's labor secretary that's correct right okay we we we know you've got all those ever will fill in the rest of details Pritchett coming on short notice today go look at this find American products yes I well and you know but these are Fisher space pen from boulder city Nevada just when you thanks for the tip Deborah J. Saunders so White House correspondent Las Vegas review journal thanks Deborah okay so fill in a little bit of the background here this Jeffrey Epstein who did have an island and it turns out he had a shrine temple built on a violent yeah I was just watching a drone flyover video of the private rate the island I'm gonna make an offer for I'm not rate be but I would you know that calm that contractors mentioned had a medieval air a lock on the front door that appears designed to keep people inside so he was trolling the high schools for hot fourteen year olds and get them to his place I need to have him give me a massage and then at some point he would rape them or convince them to do things that well there's no consensual sex with a child right so but yeah he would would pay the money or sales I'll give you a thousand dollars ten thousand whatever what but in some cases according to the woman that was on the today show the other day he just held them down right the mob so yeah so we did both and you got a guy you got an assistant who he testified this is part of the the the whole court order anything like he justified that he took a up twenty four roses to a local high school wants to deliver to a girl he sending roses to a high school girl wow and he had hundreds of these girls over the years that would come to his house in word would get around he can make a lot of money by going over giving this guy massage but some of them it would turn into sex or he would just plain hold them down and rape them and they didn't think they could come forward if they did come for he'd pay him off he paid off hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars to people took to get him to sign these you know keep their mouths shut agreement right and all that sort of stuff he was getting at one time according to Alan Dershowitz who who is his lawyer Eckstine would get three massages I'm using my finger quotes because he was he was raping you know young girls right in their children he would he would get three massages a day while in various times caught nonstop Perman so sick this guy was like Caligula needing to have sex with three you know teenagers a day against their will or were either physically against their will or emotionally against your will because they didn't think they could they didn't know our how to refuse a a a powerful adult with a lot of money right so Bill Clinton knew the guy well traveled around with him I'm not somebody that's going to immediately jump to the conclusion that Bill Clinton had any knowledge whatsoever of the the young girl stuff you can you can know somebody pretty well and have no idea of their their the third private sex needs yeah I think it is a parties were pretty wild in that Billy Jeff was at a couple yes you know nice it category I absolutely believe Bill Clinton like hanging around him and there were hot women around all the time it wouldn't surprise me a bit of Bill Clinton wasn't you know get involved in some of that but the under age stuff there's no there's no reason for me to think that was going on in truck knew the guy way back trump actually some kick to the guy out of his golf course many years ago Adam removed because Epstein had a hit on some under age girl and trumpet and booted out from cooperated with prosecutors to try to get that thing going but they had a falling but but but he end up seeing were close before them yeah so I'm H. to me it's just it's mostly just it's the Johnnie Cochran role the the the color of justice is not black or white it's green if you've got enough money I mean how bout that you hide your Dream Team lawyers to go after the prosecutors and try to dig up enough dirt on them brought them out of their job right what does it say about the guy that he had I mean he made Jeez Dream Team look pathetic right please a swap out Robert Kardashian for talk and star or black or whatever I mean that's that's the actual Dream Team with that team we had to play he wasn't going to risk of going to court in any other angle on this the media angle of it so he's well connected mostly with Democrats which trump was his entire life so I mean it's Clinton trump and and everybody you rich choose a Democrat in Florida in New York nobody had any interest in taking up the story about this guy that's the reporting that came out over the weekend the Miami Herald Herald editors only got interest in this guy when there was a truck connection right so the guy that was involved in making the deal that people would be appalled by trying to drape didn't get any attention until there's some way to make it look bad for Donald Trump right until his secretary of labor whatever that is a good happen to be one of the prosecutors back in the day who made the plea deal and that's when the Miami Herald gets the did the stomach to really cover this case and go after absent sickening is that for all of society so even when the outrage ought to be real it's fake or at least is politically modems riven by it for the wrong reasons ride ride this super rich perv whose be happy to rape your daughter as an eighth grader he gets to just keep doing it and then lots of people know what he was doing and as different just pointed out New York could have gone after him he's doing the same thing in New York other prosecutors in other counties he's got he's been doing this around the world around the country for other people to log all gone off from not just this Acosta dude that was in trump's orbit only interesting if somehow this.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Obscene story happened while we were gone which I don't know how many of you knew who that was or follow this or what not but it's got so many tentacles to it that are interesting about about our culture about the change with the me too movement separate sector money the legal system itself from Deborah J. Saunders is the White House correspondent for the Las Vegas review journal we are told the Deborah may be called away and any second on top secret journalistic business hello Debra how are you I'm fine how are you doing I'm if you make made in America showcase event today so I could be I could be brought back to look at American made products in any moment I'm surrounded by American made products she's come over here if you'd like anyway so just brief capitalization Jeffrey I've seen ease financial would advisor investor financier to the to the very rich in New York for years and years one super well connected politically what else should we know about the guy before we get in the latest had a file or the fact that he has she did you not really while he does like to have sex between can change right in your car and put it in a day yeah the whole the whole me too movement thing is so interesting because this story had been around for years he got accused of it years ago it made but it didn't get the kind of public attention that it would get today for whatever reason I don't know why we were soft on rape for so many years in this country but now he's in serious trouble we got a so we should mention is super Kush plea agreement that he got state charges and and deb's been covering that angle so we'll see what so some of the things that he was doing that to explain what a bad guy he is so basically Tom beach police went to the federal authorities because they're afraid that the local point going to really do anything about the fact that this rich guy who had a house in Manhattan Beach private island place in pairs with had sex with minors about thirty teenage girls and they they wanted to see him prosecuted and they were afraid that was not going to happen so Alex a casa within the US attorney look at the case he was with the case law and in the end he brokered a deal where the where the Southern District of Florida would not prosecute them but at the end would agree to plead guilty which is huge right and then he would go to jail it was supposed to be for two years and after that he would can you pay restitution to the victim so he ended up going to jail for thirteen months at the Palm Beach county jail turns out and this is sort of like a wall I even though he was a sex offender who was not allowed to have work for awhile he went to work in the private office twelve hours a day six days a week wow suse hardly ever in jail he he he he without not in jail now for practically any thinking person of yeah the way it was a really really like them we heart sorry guys who was a repeat offender of having sex with you know fourteen year old girls or whatever age under age girls he because in most people think in what in what way did his wealth that his power keep him out of trouble we know that yet well we know that because the higher the Dream Team of attorneys cool cool cool cool really and he hired white black who with the help that a William Kennedy Smith charged with rape and acquitted he had Alan Dershowitz from the OJ Simpson case he had Ken Starr because the pressure brought here and there a couple other big names that you know I think Floridians would know better than we would so he had this and also of course you can hire private investigators and across the road the one of the reasons why he have a plea deal as he was afraid he couldn't win in court and with the pretty well couldn't win in court because he said this in a in a very gentle way there's a lot of money floating around there right so obviously there is the ability to buy appointments at hot and we shall we since then we've heard stories about a couple system whatever who thought that would happen but also they were investigating the market here they were they were actually looking into their background they could impeach them they tried to do that with two people and so it was just are there reasons to believe that's the one that they're trying to actually get the prosecutors thrown out of their jobs yes wow okay yeah and esteem they're the reason we know the name is he was friends with Bill Clinton in this back in two thousand eight when he got me all this trouble that that that bubbled up as a story briefly that Bill Clinton slow on the guys playing regularly turns out he's friends with trump or used used to be true friends of trump also you're pretty connected if you are have a personal relationship with multiple presidents yes and the chances are that if you are a rich person in New York and Palm Beach you've got the eight ball see that president that you've got a lot of the people on that I don't know like to hang out with each other and and and you know he wants he wants he went to jail and he came out and hired a PR firm is sort of rehabilitated himself this is a real thing that happened I mean this is not a I may be getting a call back in a second you know I I don't understand why across the did what he did one of the things he said first it was eight anybody else from going after you just said Southern District of Florida couldn't imagine your cooking or has a home Intel with other places and so ten years later the Miami Herald this is a huge story not Intel hours because it was concerned the back connection as trump's labor secretary that's correct right okay we we we know you've got those ever will fill in the rest of details Pritchett coming on short notice today go look at this find American products yes I well and you know but these are Fisher space pen from boulder city Nevada when you Deborah J. Saunders or white house correspondent Las Vegas review journal thanks ever okay so fill in a little bit of the background here this Jeffrey obscene who did have an island and it turns out he had a shrine temple built on a violent yeah I was just watching a drone flyover video of the private rate the island I'm gonna make an offer for I'm not rate be but I would you know that calm that contractors mentioned had a medieval era lock on the front door that appears designed to keep people inside so he was trolling the high schools for a hot fourteen year olds and get them to his place I need to have him give me a massage and then at some point you would rate them or convince them to do things that well there's no consensual sex with a child right so but yeah he would would pay the money or sales I'll give you a thousand dollars ten thousand whatever what but in some cases according to the woman that was on the today show the other day he just held them down right the mob so yeah so we did both and you got a guy you got an assistant who he testified this is part of the the the whole court order anything like he justified that he took a up twenty four roses to a local high school wants to deliver to a girl he scented roses to a high school girl while I'm and he had of these girls over the years that would come to his house in word would get around he can make a lot of money by going over giving this guy massage but some of them it would turn into sex or he would just plain hold them down and rape them and they didn't think they could come forward if they did come for he pay him off he paid off hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars to people take to get him to sign these you know keep their mouths shut agreement right and all that sort of stuff he was getting at one time according to Alan Dershowitz who who is his lawyer Eckstine would get three massages amusing my finger quotes because he was he was raped and you know the young girls right the children he would he would get three massages a day while in various times caught nonstop person so sick this is like Caligula need not have sex with three you know teenagers a day against their will or were either physically against their will or emotionally against her will because they didn't think they could they didn't know our how to refuse a a powerful adult with a lot of money right so Bill Clinton knew the guy well traveled around with him I'm not somebody that's going to immediately jump to the conclusion that Bill Clinton had any knowledge whatsoever of the the young girl stuff you can you can know somebody pretty well and have no idea of the third third the third private sex needs yeah I think it is a parties were pretty wild in that Billy Jeff was at a couple yes you know nice it category I absolutely believe Bill Clinton like hanging around him and there were hot women around all the time it wouldn't surprise me a bit of Bill Clinton wasn't me you know get involved in some of that but the under age stuff there's no there's no reason for me to think that was going on in truck knew the guy way back trump actually some kick to the guy out of his golf course many years ago Adam removed because Epstein had to hit on some under age girl in trumpeting booted out from cooperated with prosecutors to try to get that thing going but they had a falling but but but he end up seeing were close before them yeah so I'm it's to me it's just it's mostly just it's the Johnnie Cochran rule the the the color of justice is not black or white it's green if you've got enough money how bout that you hide your Dream Team lawyers to go after the prosecutors and try to dig up enough dirt on them brought them out of their job right what does it say about the guy that he had I mean he made Jeez Dream Team look pathetic right please a swap out Robert Kardashian for talk and star or black or whatever I mean that's that's the actual Dream Team with that team we had to play he wasn't gonna resco going to court all and any other angle on this the media angle of it so he's well connected mostly with Democrats which trump was his entire life so I mean it's Clinton trump and and everybody rich choose a Democrat in Florida in New York nobody had any interest in taking up the story about this guy that's the reporting that came out over the weekend the Miami Herald Herald editors only got interest in this guy when there was a truck connection right so the guy that was involved in making the deal that people would be appalled by try rape didn't get any attention until there's some way to make it look bad for Donald Trump right until his secretary of labor whatever that is a good move would happen to be one of the prosecutors back in the day who made the plea deal and that's when the Miami Herald gets the did the stomach to really cover this case single after absent sickening is that for all of society so even when the outrage ought to be real it's fake or at least is politically motives riven by it for the wrong reasons right right this super rich purple whose be happy to rape your daughter as an eighth grader he gets to just keep doing it and then lots of people know what he was doing and as different just pointed out New York could have gone after him he's doing the same thing in New York other prosecutors another counties he's got he's been doing this around the world around the country for other people to log all gone off from not just this accosted dude that was in trump's orbit only interesting if somehow this gives trouble black I possibly right it sounds sick is that well there are a lot of ins and outs and complications but my headline is because of from selection a serial rapist is off the streets there you go how to cure low thing of trump they finally prosecuting the guy could you assume that if Hillary had one there to been no interest in going after the obscene thing and he just might be the secretary of health and Human Services he would get to keep doing it I guess because right whatever's nobody cares combination nobody cares and you're you're going after you're taking a big swing a big guy and it's not gonna be easy all right but they didn't have the stomach for it unless it was deal sing to me well that's what we're dealing with my friends that is the reality of the modern world what's wrong with these pervs what what is wrong with the guy like that is that a power thing is that sex thing he could have sex with as many eighteen year olds you want all around the world you're that guy that's not good enough for some reason is that a power thing respect even though it's part is both ways obviously Arrested Development cases like those hot thirty six year old high school teachers are sexing up the loot the boys in their classes again is something wrong with their sexual development to Nancy Pelosi I don't happen to have the money and power to.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nicole Brown Simpson in Ron, Goldman were found murdered outside that townhouse in Br. Brentwood in, you know, a lot of people have heard people kind of laugh about it this week. Oh, you know, remember if the gloves don't fit you must acquit and remember the slow speed Bronco chase. And Chris, it was the first time we ever heard the word car dash, Ian, because Robert Kardashian was one of OJ's dream team lawyers. But I think that, that what people seem to forget, and this is what is so troubling. Is it was such a grisly gruesome, murder, and the fact that OJ was acquitted after we heard really from the grave, Nicole Brown Simpson? And we heard about the domestic abuse that was documented because over the relationship the marriage that she had with OJ, there were pictures. There were accounts to friends there were injuries that you could see. I mean real bloody. Bruises. And in addition to that, you heard just her frantic voice in doubt one, but a number of different recorded calls to police, and then, of course, there were the eyewitness accounts in that trial. But again, O J was acquitted for it. What I find most interesting, and I think this is what probably affects more of us today than just the memories of that trial. And the first big crime of the century, is that there are a number of not just women that men as well suffering at the hands of domestic abusers, and a little bit later on this morning around six oh, seven right after the six o'clock news. We're gonna be talking with carbon paper from the journal piece house, and she's going to tell us. How the perception of domestic abuse has changed in these twenty five years since the murders of Nicole Brown. Simpson.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"They sucked you think that there are more people with Starling vocal band tattoos currently, as a Simpsons reference than as an actual, Starling vocal ban. One hundred thousand. What a disk for that band. I mean honoring I'm not sure afternoon. Delight right. Sure. Oh, pretty good doing. All right. They got anchorman money. Yes. So we are cutting to bleeding gums funeral. And this is there's a sign on the cemetery. That says come for the funeral stay for the pie. We get Reverend. Lovejoy l- Rev. Joy ruining this blood and guts. Murphy is bleeding, and he responded to Susa phone player. Yes. Sousaphone. So funny, you didn't know him. I know him. And I won't. And then, you know, and I won't rest until everyone here knows who is. And then a real origin story moment, like Lisa could absolutely turned into a Batman type figure after this, holy shit. Yes. If given the movie amount of time, like God. Yes, I will eventually leading, yes. I love that. And this is when Homer who's also at the funeral. Marge and I won't rest until I've gotten hot dog. What do you do? We see this funeral and the seats are completely empty other than Lisa in the front row. And we do cut to, you know this recurring hotdog I seen, but why aren't margin Homer like sitting at the meeting their daughter losing her Ben tour. It's funnier as cut away. Reveal. What do you do? Follow my husband around lady. He's putting my kid through college. I love that guy. So this next part is so relatable Lionel huts comes by and explains that they won the case, and that they're gonna get one hundred thousand dollars legal fees, including the crack team of lawyers, which includes Alpert Gershman, who could fit three billiard balls in his mouth, ever forget that image. It's such a I guess it's a riff on. Ripley's believe it or not with, with that guy that was featured over there. Oh, that's funny. I had no idea why that was happening. I just think it's the funniest thing we went to Ripley's believe it or not museum, a lot of when I was a kid. My parents didn't take me. I was part of a YMCA summer day camp. And that was like one of five field trips. We took for some gun off a reason and actually gave me more nightmares than it really should have. They have a guy that like fit a bunch of Bill your Bolson his mouth, and it's he's prominently featured in the lobby. That's so funny weird, but I, I guess this dream team lawyers. Right. Is that the yeah yeah yeah that's so funny. And so they find the after all of that he's going to have five hundred dollars cool, right? Then we have like Bart second depressing fantasy of. Yes. Yes. Yes. Like his fantasy of the five hundred dollars is he's like he's like a like a big shot high roller at the casino. He loses all. All his money gambling, and it's like sad in the fantasy and he cuts back to reality. He's so psyched on this. Read the winter back. Cool. Essentially the same joke, it's five hundred dollars..

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Lawyers. The legendary athlete belly everyone knows that name. Right. One of the most famous attorneys. Garrett seriously. No, okay. Oh my God. Blink does that ring a bell? Something about a cherry tree. No. That was wrong. President. You're kidding, right? Getting worried I'm really wary. Anthony lafley barely one of OJ's dream team lawyers was interviewed for an hour on a podcast. And he was saying that he's been disbarred, by the way can practice law. He he's blaming the Jews for it. Some people claim that they live their lives being subjected to horrible kinds of prejudice extermination during World War Two and now behaving in the exact same Tero Tata totalitarian suspicious spirit by suppressing the one thing this country should be proud of. And when all said and done that's unfettered free press. So they can say everybody in the press throw Jews. And that's the reason why he is declared bankruptcy and he's living above his girlfriend's beauty salon in Maine in a in a room. He's literally broke F Lee Bailey wrote these books get nothing where did it all go IRS code like five million dollars IRS really penalties? Lynch's all gone. How could he not know better than that? That's the question. I always ask. These people these smartest people in the room guys made his whole life the law law, right? How could he not know that I don't know? Let's.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Mr president. Gotcha. What CNN should be ashamed of itself. Having you working for them? You are a rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working. Go ahead. I think that's very rude person the way, you treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible and the way you treat. Other people are horrible, you shouldn't treat people that way. In in gyms defense. I've traveled with them and watch them. He's a diligent reporter who bus big fan of yours either. So. So let me ask you a question. If I can you repeatedly you are the best Mr President, you repeatedly over the course, just sit down place. Well, when you when you report fake news now when you report fake news, which CNN does a lot. You are the enemy of the people. Go ahead mister president over the course over the course of the last several days of the campaign, sir, sir at the end of the day that was yesterday at the White House and standing about ten feet away from all of this. Major Garrett CBS's chief White House correspondent and the author of the bestseller. Mr. Trump's wild ride the thrills chill screams and occasional blackouts of an extraordinary presidency. Available at all the bookstores and Amazon dot com. Major Garrett you had to listen to that twice. Sorry about that actually sent to add many many times actually in the intervening several hours. But yet. Now, the the preference. Unlike any other the press credentials of Kosta have been revoked. I don't think that's fair. I'm not as big as fan. But nonetheless, I believe that he did nothing to warrant the revocation of credentials. Have you taken a stand on this? Look, the White House has that Harare. But you cannot exercise that prerogative on the pretext and the pretext is there was some encounter between Jim Acosta. And the intern who tried to take the microphone from him that he? Touched her or did something that's a pretext, it feels very much to me that the president wanted to do something about a Costa's credentials, and they look for a means by which they could to some mechanism present some bit of evidence that might justify that look that's no way to handle these relationships. The president is clearly capable of fending off tough questions dealing with what he perceives to be hostile questions and putting it not his own political spin on that interaction, but signalling supporters that he's fighting on behalf of his message in the midst of a hostile media. That's been part and parcel of the media Trump's presidency since day one presidents and losing any ground on that. And I suspect this revocation will be temporary. And it will be something that the White House will probably look. Back on and say, you know, we didn't need to go there. We're gonna generate far more controversy than it is worse. And also in part of that conversation will be is that the proper deportment for a White House correspondent interacting with the president United States. I'm gonna let Jim Acosta make that decision. I'll let CNN make that decision. The way. I do it is the way I do it. I don't spend my life critiquing other reporter's questions anymore than comic spend, any time, critiquing, other comics jokes. I do what I do. I stand by what I do my visibility. My accountability is constant. And that's where we are very well. Well. By the way, speaking of comics, you on the Colbert program last night. How about that? Stephen Colbert, actually, what a great gift for him and timely turned out. He had no kidding. No kidding. And speaking of timely, the attorney general resigned yesterday, and in your new book, Mr. Trump's wild ride, you do have a whole chapter on Jeff Sessions who was the first and maybe only Senator at the time to endorse President Trump and was later humiliated by Trump while serving as attorney general, right? The whole saga has played out in that chapter and very rich detail, especially may seventeenth twenty seventeen win. He resigned for the first time Jeff Sessions gave the letter to the president on the very same day Robert Mueller, the special counsel was appointed and enrich, and I think readable detail in the book, I recount, the panic attack. Then chief of staff of the White House. Ryan Streep is had it hearing that news. He was basically. Told oh, by the way, we have a special counsel. And the attorney general has resigned just submitted his letter, and then I recount how rice grievous ran through the west wing in match search of Jeff Sessions to get him to unrefined finding him in the parking lot adjacent to the west wing and leading with him to come back in the west wing calmed down and unresolved and all of that dramatic story. Played out in the book, Trump wild, right? Yeah. I guess there. There are many different aspects of Jeff Sessions, but one that you look at I think was January seventeenth two thousand seventeen or maybe was January tenth that year. When he sessions appeared in front of the Senate and was asked a single question by Al Franken, then a US Senator from Minnesota. And he bought he Bolic's stuff the answer. He got the answer a completely wrong. He answered a question about whether or not he'd had any contact with Russians when that's not what Senator Franken asked him and in that denial of contacts with Russians later disclosures made it clear that he had interactions disclosures. There's a roaring debate still going on in session circles about what the import of those interactions and conversations were, but nevertheless tonight that there had been any the record established that there had been and it was ambiguous. What context or length or duration or? Import of those contacts were and as a result of that Jeff Sessions. Went to the ethics lawyers within the Justice department people. He trusted though, he was just meeting them for early on. And they said, you know, this is probably an area where to exercise all the other obligations and duties, the attorney general wants to do so freely and without any controversy. You probably ought to recuse yourself from the Russian investigation were a campaign surrogate you were visible you did talk to the Russians. This is the best way to go. He took that recommendation on board made that decision to uphold what he thought was the better judgement of his ethics lawyers and the reputation of not only him, but the Justice department and the president consider that an act of weakness disloyalty and from that point forward their relationship was changed fundamentally enter the work's gotta break here. But we do want to find out who's on the takeout podcast this week. Oh, yes. Absolutely. So the British ambassador Kim, Derek from the British embassy right in Washington DC, great conversation about interacting with the Trump administration on foreign policy the globe. And what it's like to be the most important diplomat for the British government on planet earth, which is the US ambassador last night on Stephen Colbert this morning on the Charlie Brennan show, the author of Mr. Trump's wild ride the CBS chief White House correspondent major Garrett the pride of Mizzou and the host of the takeout podcast and more which I think is going to be on Cam wax tomorrow night at nine o'clock if I'm not mistaken. That's right. Thank you. Charlie. Thank you very much major Garrett. Okay. In a moment. We're gonna talk to another White House. Correspondent he is the former White House correspondent for CBS radio. Peter mayor who is going to join us on the voice of Saint Louis. I wanna tell you about Dr Colleen buzzer. While we have quite the jam packed show today later beaver shock one of the dream team. Lawyers are going to be with us. Speaking of dream team. How about Gilbert fun and Colleen Bosley at the center, they both have their PHD's in audiology. He has a master's in gerontology, and they are both members of the speech language and hearing association of Missouri. So they've got the credentials. Dr boslter got her PHD from the university of Illinois Champaign Urbana, and she also at one point in her career worked for Starkey Starkey is the leading hearing aid in the United States worn by presidents, Bill Clinton, and George W Bush. It was worn by Mother Teresa and president. Ronald Reagan, and I will say this the Starkey is made the United States a lot of people like that. But you must think if presidents are wearing the Starkey, wouldn't you at least consider it also Dr Colleen Bosley insists that nobody go through a five minute past feels screening, and that's really typical in the audiology world. But with a five minute past feels screening you can't detect certain things like a mix up in medications, which can sometimes result in hearing loss. 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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Slash walk, Pat. Thank you very much. Thank you for the for the great work that you do. Take good care. Very welcome. All the success in the world on Sunday. Okay. We're gonna continue our conversation. We've been talking about the three to ten year prison sentence today imposed on Bill. Cosby couple of callers held through the hour. As we often say if you want to continue to talk about the issue, we can buy intention is at some point to pivot to Donald Trump's speech at the United Nations today, but George has been very kind. He is held over through the news. So we're going to start it off with George from east Bridgewater. George welcome next on nightside gerrad ahead. Hey, dan. Good evening. Thanks. You're welcome. Thank you felt patients, by the way. Okay. I'm disgusted by Bill. Cosby? The fact that you have a guy who's. Wealthy world Spokane has. In order to get what he wants. Controlling aspect of rape. Not tip. Assessor disgusting. Thank. The entire process. And everything highlight stuff. The. I'm old enough to remember the Iran contra hearings and everybody watched every minute of it. How old enough to remember Senator McCarthy watch every minute of the testimony and able and it was a public display try like, okay? That was every moment that was televised. Become a society. Oh, by society and given snippets of what's going on and tend to form their own opinions says. And although I'm Bill. Yes. I think that's indicative of a of a child Seidel thing that's going on right now. I'm not sure George they used to be called court TV, which covered a lot of these trials from from the opening yet to the to the jury verdict. Jodi, Arias great case in court. You got to watch the entire. Arizona, right. If I'm not mistaken. I don't remember where it was at just remember that tells you. Very well vetted. Yeah. She she was convicted of killing her boyfriend in the shower for mountainous, take something John. Okay, sign who's in Arizona, so court TV's going away. I there more channels now that we could ever imagine. But I guess it's expensive to cover these trials. And of course, a lot of these trials unlike the OJ trial, which had the the panache of OJ Simpson and the dream team, lawyers and all of that. Some. Have a bigger in college. I think. I think more people felt connected with Bill. Cosby? Well is true. But what I'm saying is oftentimes during a trial. There could be witnesses that that are important in terms of building the case, but can kinda drone on particularly to get expert, witnesses, etc. So I think what happened was the novelty of seeing a trial like OJ with Judge Ito, and how he conducted himself in court was very interesting. But I think what happened was the novelty wore off on some of these trials, and I don't know. And I stand to be corrected. I don't know that there is a court TV or even a successor to court TV today. If any trial should have been covered from start to finish. You would think a Bill Cosby trial? I agree with you. But I don't believe it was the maybe in Pennsylvania. It was but neither. I agree with you. And the caring up watching it off. But everybody wanted to have an opinion chime in hasn't. And you know, I would when people ask me about these things. Oh, I don't know enough about it to form an opinion based on it, you know, and I don't think people like to say that anymore. Instead of soundbites, and they I think people feel better informed of all things. Thing that they're not well informed about these things. Go ahead. I covered a lot of trials as a television. Reporter you may remember, and I've often said to people sometimes unless you were in the courtroom from start to finish. You don't understand why the verdict is returned as its as as returned? Now. I it's easy for me to say that because I had the luxury of covering trials in state and federal court. And sometimes there are cases that you cover as a reporter. And you start out thinking, I know this guy or this person is guilty as sin, and yet when you listen to all of the testimony, you you formed out in your own mind. To say, gee, I couldn't I couldn't convict. But I think in the Cosby case, the Cosby case has been covered so much and for so long and the amount of the number the MIR number of accusers who came forward against him. So overwhelming that people did form, I think pretty good opinion one way or the other. But we did hear a lot of differences tonight. George people who. Curly to call to call. I get afraid of this. You know, I've heard this or that. To that. And I fear forming opinions on on soundbites speculation. But remember, George what we do here at night on nightside is we basically call the show North America's back port. So this is like. The back porch. We're all in the neighborhood. We're we're in New Brunswick Rin will Quebec City Rhenish Bridgewater and come up with the poetry of your neighbors and the conversations going on. And and you get to say what you want to say. And then someone else. Always. So thank you, George H you call we'll take a break. Six one seven two thousand four hundred thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty we'll continue with reaction to the Cosby sentencing three years to three to ten years in prison for Bill. Cosby he's apparently in jail in a reception center, if you will about tonight Bill Cosby is literally staring at four walls, or or I guess for three walls of some bars a ceiling and a floor and never probably feeling. More confined, then he ever has knowing that the future holds confinement for a significant period of time, particularly when you're eighty one years old he joined the conversation. I just want to again introduce in a moment. The Donald Trump soundbite at the United Nations today in the way in which some media outlets seem to delight in the fact that there was some chuckles in the audience from these diplomats from around the world who gathered on the east side of New York City today..

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

Wall Street Oasis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

"No i always ask people like oh can you point to a certain instance in your career because careers are so up and down left and right but looking back now can you point to something in your career that was like a jumping off point was this it for you yeah and you know i've been around for two or three years before that working locally and done a couple of things that was definitely a jump off point and be hard to not recognize that because it was one of those opportunities that was so unique in that you had all of these kids from all over the country all like minded in terms of feeling like black sheep in their own communities because they're artists and they're always a little different but we all came together and we all had this sort of common understanding you know between us and then we had this sort of sustained institutional support from disney that helped us with our own passions and what we wanted to do in art but as well the education we received you know we had to make straight a's or we would be fired and so we had tutoring and we had i think some of the best i i think we had one of the finest educations possible for for young person and that was due to disney's focus on that so i mean it really set the stage for me to to move on and do everything that i'm doing and it's even why i launched my first foundation almost twenty years later and it's good to hear that you were working before this because you know people think oh i see someone and they want some video on youtube and like there overnight success and they're making lots of money there's no such thing in life right there's no it doesn't that's larry's to me yeah i mean most recently i was on the people via j simpson played carl douglas on on that series and one of the dream team of one of the dream team lawyers and a lot of people thought that was just overnight dale got overnight on the you know the the biggest show on television man this is twenty years.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Yeah you're the narrator it's like writing a book and going like well the character loses his his memory so i don't know how to write the rest of this book so the end there's no way stuff around and off so gross what kind of stuff i hate to say type pathetically laughs i hate to say this but this is hype athetics that's the only time he laughs or shows emotion of any kind he says psycho pass this poor family because they never got justice and they had like i think they have a love hate relationship it seems with this rejigging of it like oh it's coming back again but on the one hand you know oj's getting a little bit more justice with the truth coming out on the other hand it's like holy shit our daughter died twenty years ago and it's still going and going and going yeah yeah i feel like i think it's got to be like worse for those kit i think that's who probably gets at the worst of the whole family right because like vengeance you can like hang onto you know you can like live off vengeance but like the probably i can't even imagine what you feel if that's your dad and your mom yeah you're worried that that's in your dna you're worried thing you worry that you're father can kill you why wouldn't you worry about that yeah when you're a dream team lawyer and this this video gets out now in some it goes to he was so guilty you go right.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Yeah you're the narrator it's like writing a book and going like well the character loses his his memory so i don't know how to write the rest of this book so the end there's no way stuff around and off so gross what kind of stuff i hate to say type pathetically laughs i hate to say this but this is hype athetics that's the only time he laughs or shows emotion of any kind he says psycho pass this poor family because they never got justice and they had like i think they have a love hate relationship it seems with this rejigging of it like oh it's coming back again but on the one hand you know oj's getting a little bit more justice with the truth coming out on the other hand it's like holy shit our daughter died twenty years ago and it's still going and going and going yeah yeah i feel like i think it's got to be like worse for those kit i think that's who probably gets at the worst of the whole family right because like vengeance you can like hang onto you know you can like live off vengeance but like the probably i can't even imagine what you feel if that's your dad and your mom yeah you're worried that that's in your dna you're worried thing you worry that you're father can kill you why wouldn't you worry about that yeah when you're a dream team lawyer and this this video gets out now in some it goes to he was so guilty you go right.

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"dream team lawyers" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"dream team lawyers" Discussed on KKAT

"Because we don't care without and all know derek all look very style kuwait back while a boon of somebody but mcconnell mentioned stokes ever over his massamba letter of screws up every hour three or four times a day we'll so we'll do this tomorrow on me yet i'll be here because the market gonna continue to grow up you know all bottle i think as long as there's chaos in dc the market will be just fine really on the market doesn't is happy when there they're chaos and they can't change the rules keeps gone punch corruption the ride connell sometimes khaioyev sometimes gridlock is good was the old saying in the clinton years so sometimes what's the law companies are making money that's all they care in the the earnings have been good and that's been driving had lately so more american companies do well whatever's going on the stock market can go up it's actually been pretty boring lately just been going up a few points today than in a good way wouldn't go so what worry buddhu for some floater correction arabbritish at some point regatta i don't think till ever the tax reform but i think the company's while buses i'm excited about the tax reform is can continue to drive the market up i'm serious trump is the one good new jersey yes to germany should but german concern i don't think so so i got injured duran not checked that the moon tony heard it right what's going on oh boss we have set we have some good feuds out there uh one of our favorite mid maxine waters she got into a calling oj dream team lawyer alan dershowitz a racist what and of course alan dershowitz yes hooker played a tape and i'll tell you why and of course again get into that trump versus a that's gone mud dick blumenthal from connecticut that few there let's go one said football baseball and some funny audio the mets just got swept by the dodgers there was supposed to play at one o'clock on sunday but the.

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