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Special Counsel John Durham Issues Subpoenas to Law Firm Tied to Clinton, DNC

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 9 months ago

Special Counsel John Durham Issues Subpoenas to Law Firm Tied to Clinton, DNC

"Merit dorm John dorm the special counsel He's issued new subpoenas in the probe of the FBI Russia investigation And he's targeting Clinton campaign law firm This is good news It's kind of weird to take all this time and now he seems to be energized but we'll take what we can get This is from national view Brittany Bernstein special counsel John dorm the attorney tap for the Trump administration to audit the Russia investigation as reportedly handed down a new set of subpoenas including to a law firm with ties to Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign The grand jury subpoenas now let's just slow down there The law firm is this Perkins cooey And I hope they take a very good look at this guy Mark Elias Who's this svengali in my view behind so much of this Now the grand race of penis for documents were issued earlier this month according to CNN after dorm charge Clinton campaign lawyer Michael sussman for allegedly knowingly making a false statement of the FBI Investigators from the special counsel's office are seeking additional documents from sussman's former law firm Perkins coy That's the firm An indication that door may be looking to add to sussman's charges or to bring cases against other defendants Dormus reportedly investigating with assessment lied to the FBI regarding who if anyone he was representing when he told the bureau about communications between the Trump organization and Kremlin connected Russia bank alphabet Now we know that he was a he was a Clinton Attorney And this was all done intentionally to try to see as much as possible

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Carter Page sues over surveillance related to Russia probe

Radiosurgery New York

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Carter Page sues over surveillance related to Russia probe

"Former Trump Campaign associate who was the target of a secret surveillance warrant during the FBI's Russia investigation says that a federal lawsuit that he was the victim of unlawful spying the suit from Carter Page LEGIS, a series of emissions and errors made by FBI and Justice Department officials in applications they submitted to the Foreign Intelligence surveillance Court. To eavesdrop on page on suspicion that he was an agent of Russia. The complaint was filed in Washington's federal court, and it largely echoes findings from a Justice Department inspector general report that found significant problems with the four applications.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on No Agenda

"Fun Little Multi Party just to take say in a different direction today. As an old. I wouldn't say buddy of the show but someone who I- deconstruct it or look what he was doing. Previously a couple of years ago is former overstock CEO Patrick Byrne. Do you remember Patrick Burns Story. I know I don't actually to Patrick. Byrne actually had to resign from overstock a CEO noodled no no, no he he came out with the story that he was involved in. The FBI Russia collusion. He was dating Maria Botin a- remember the redhead and and she was being She was probably working for perhaps the Russians but also was being. Set up by the FBI and he came out and we played a couple of clips. I should actually see when that was Exactly. Did we do this Patrick. Byrne. And that was let me just take a look at the. Seventeen Twenty nineteen twenty, nineteen August the twenty, nine, hundred. Yeah. That makes sense around that time. But he came out and he did he do the thing I think with Maria Barreda Romo, and then also did he did Chris Cuomo and was really weird and he's like I've gotta go away this crazy stuff happening and he's been he's showed up again a couple of days ago on his deep captured dot com deep deep capture is his website where he explains everything that's happened to him but he did a couple of. podcast interviews with undercover DC which I think you know this this real journalist who work over there. Undercover. DC. And so I, I take that with with the respect that they put into it and he told me, he gave us the continuation of his story, which has some gems in there as it relates in a way to what's happening or what isn't happening now with the Biden crime family with the Clintons who are still under investigation apparently for their for their foundation and just to revisit how he got involved in with the F.. B.. I. Initially was. In two thousand and two I think two, thousand and three. He was kind of a a gadfly on wall. Street he was poking around. He was not the overstock. CEO, I think people actually found him a little bit annoying but he saw that there was a huge problem in the walls, the way Wall Street functions with settlements, and that basically there's ten times as much stock or gold futures or anything in the system than actually exists in reality and A. He believes that what he did lead in part to or at least understanding of the two thousand, eight meltdown but a couple of other things that happened earlier than that which you and I actually know about. So to revisit his credentials he was asked. By the FBI and actually was brought to a meeting with nine senators bipartisan. Led by Arlen Specter, who asked him to take down this cabal within? Wall Street here's a little reminder of of that meeting and what he recalled back your head nine senators. Senators. And they gave me a speech and they said, we think you're right I fact it's worse than you. Thank you. Something is taking over Washington DC something is corrupting our and we can't even tell you what it is. It's like it's a formative nation is burning us and you know we agree now. What? What you say a yelled China I couldn't hear us and we agree to Washington just getting completely corrupted but we can't even tell you what's underneath that. And we're going to give you a letter that's going sit and they. Going to sit in a safe the rest of your life and they showed me this letter and they told me this had not been done since World War Two and they told me that and they pulled out this letter. They said there's a new attorney general be sworn in tomorrow night we're all going to be over the White Oval Office, both sides I'll and. Nine senators sitting around nodding to mates through this whole speech. And they say we're GONNA. We're going to give the president and the attorney general this letter, and it's going to be sitting the rest of your life. And there's this letter on on Senate judiciary stationary and the first paragraph I was not allowed to even touch it. I had to bend over while someone held it and keep my hands behind my back and they gave me about ten seconds to scan it. But what it said. been the first paragraph it says something about. How concerned they become about evidence of systemic corruption infiltrating the organs of our federal government. I tried to fix the audio bid on the fly really really crapped. So while he was walking around Wall Street, trying to figure out where exactly the corruption was. He was actually responsible for the arrest of someone we know John Your. Hands out this week, you need to live the rest of your life. Knowing that everyone we're ucs arrest now is going to suspect your fingerprints are on his problems. Three days later they arrested a guy named raw russian-american from Galleon. Remember the first thing. Rest in a decade ago on do you remember Galleon? No I don't actually galleon. Might have been there. It was one of these hedge funds in Silicon Valley and I think we were media at that point pod show become me vio and we were trying to get them to invest money and I thought you were there for sure and we went to galleons office and the head guy. He was on his way to New York and he's like Oh. Yeah. It was all Indian guys and I am well, we're GONNA we're. GonNa do this we we see great potential and literally two weeks. Later we see the Guy Getting Arrest In New York for whatever insider trading and they arrested two hundred people and Patrick Byrne was responsible for that Ashton, like a decade ago on wall? Street. Yes, there was three days later and they went on and as I recall rested about two hundred people on about one hundred, twenty actually did. Okay so that's his credentials and that is that is verified and he was a I don't know about his letter that he says he had. But now we get to the good meat of it, and this is all new information. So through a number of circumstances he winds up. The Maria Patina the redhead who were showing up at Republican Get togethers and at first. Now he's not married or anything so he could do whatever you want with anybody but at first he kinda kept her at at arm's length and. because he had previously been working with the FBI, he went over he's going to go over to Russia calm said Hey. I'm going to go over to Russia and the on invitation.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on No Agenda

"Fun Little Multi Party just to take us in a different direction today. As an old. I wouldn't say buddy of the show but someone who I- deconstructed or look what he was doing previously a couple of years ago is former overstock CEO Patrick Byrne. Do you remember. Patrick Burns Story. I know I don't actually to Patrick Byrne actually had to resign from overstock a CEO noodled no, no, no he he came out with the story that he was involved in. The FBI Russia collusion, he was dating Maria Botin a- remember the redhead and and she was being She was probably working for perhaps the Russians but also was being. Set up by the FBI and he came out and we played a couple of clips. I should actually see when that was exactly. Did we do this Patrick Byrne and that was let me just take a look at the. Seventeen Twenty nineteen twenty nineteen August the twenty, nine hundred. Yeah. That makes sense around that time. But he came out and he did he do the thing I think with Maria Barter Romo, and then also did he did Chris Cuomo and was really weird and he's like I've gotta go away a crazy stuff happening and he's been he's showed up again a couple of days ago on his deep captured dot com deep deep capture is his website where he explains everything that's happened to him. But he did a couple of podcast interviews with undercover DC which I. Think you know this this real journalist who work over there undercover DC. And so I, I take that with with the respect that they put into it and he told me he gave us the continuation of his story which has some gems in there as it relates in a way to what's happening or what isn't happening now with the Biden crime family with the Clintons who are still under investigation apparently for their for their foundation and just to revisit how he got involved in with the F. B. I. Initially was. In two, thousand, two, I, think two, thousand and three. He was kind of a a gadfly on wall. Street, he was poking around he was not the overstock CEO I think people actually found him a little bit annoying but he saw that there was a huge problem in the walls the way Wall Street functions with settlements, and that basically there's ten times as much stock or gold futures or anything in the system than actually exists in reality and A. He believes that what he did lead in part to or at least understanding of the two, thousand, eight meltdown but a couple of other things that happened earlier than that which you and I actually know about. So to revisit his credentials he was asked. By the FBI and actually was brought to a meeting with nine senators bipartisan. Led by Arlen Specter who asked him to take down this cabal within Wall Street here's a little reminder of of that meeting and what he recalled back, your head nine senators. Senators. And they gave me a speech and they said, we think you're right I fact it's worse than you. Thank you. Something is taking over Washington DC something is corrupting our and we can't even tell you what it is. It's like it's a formative nation is burning us and you know we agree now. What? Would you say a yelled China I couldn't hear us and we agree that Washington just getting completely corrupted but we can't even tell you what's underneath that. And we're going to give you a letter that's going to sit and they. GonNa sit in a safe the rest of your life and they showed me this letter and they told me this had not been done since World War, two and they told me that and they pulled out this letter. They said there's a new attorney general be sworn in tomorrow night we're all going to be over the White Oval, office, both sides I'll and. Nine senators sitting around nodding to mates through this whole speech. And they say, we're GONNA. We're going to give the president and the attorney general this letter, and it's going to be sitting the rest of your life. And there's this letter on on Senate judiciary stationary and the first paragraph I was not allowed to even touch it I had to bend over while someone held it and keep my hands behind my back and they gave me about ten seconds to scan it. But what it said. been the first paragraph it says something about. How concerned they hit become about evidence of systemic corruption infiltrating the organs of our federal government. I tried to fix the audio bid on the fly really really crapped. So while he was walking around Wall Street trying to figure out where exactly the corruption was. He was actually responsible for the arrest of someone we know John Your. Hands out this week, you need to live the rest of your life. Knowing that everyone we're ucs arrest now is going to suspect your fingerprints are on his problems. Three days later, they arrested a guy named raw russian-american from galleon remember the first thing. Rest in a decade ago on. Do you remember Galleon? No I don't actually galleon. been there. It was one of these hedge funds in silicon. Valley and I. Think we were media at that point pod show become me vio and we were trying to get them to invest money and I thought you were there for sure and we went to galleons office and the head guy. He was on his way to New York and he's like, oh. Yeah. It was all Indian guys and I am well, we're GONNA, we're GonNa do this we we see. Great potential, and literally two weeks. Later we see the Guy Getting Arrest New York for whatever insider trading and they arrested two hundred people and Patrick Byrne was responsible for that Ashton like a decade ago on Wall Street. Yes, there was three days later and they went on and as I recall rested about two hundred people on about one hundred, twenty actually did time. Okay. So that's his credentials and that is that is verified and he was a I don't know about his letter that he says he had. But, now we get to the good meat of it, and this is all new information. So through a number of circumstances, he winds up dating Maria Patina, the redhead who were showing up at Republican. Get togethers and at first. Now he's not married or anything so he could do whatever you want with anybody but at first he kinda kept her at at arm's length and. because he had previously been working with the FBI he went over he's going to go over to Russia calm said Hey I'm going to go over to Russia and the on invitation.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the FBI's Russia probe. It was an email used to obtain a surveillance warrant on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page Clint Smith's attorney in the state, But the Fox News says his client accepts responsibility. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham jelling Fox's Hannity. Something tells me that Mr Klein Smith knows where the bodies are buried. And if I were in the FBI working on Crossfire Hurricane I'd be very worried about right now. The fact that it is a plea agreement suggests that client Smith is cooperating with US Attorney John Durham in his continuing investigation of the FBI's Russia probe. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls it inexcusable. The United Nations Security Council vote rejecting a U. S resolution to continue an embargo on weapons sales to Iran without United Nations Security Council support Iran can legally by conventional weapons starting October 18th when an international weapons embargo Oh expires boxes, Richardson reports. The U. S. Will not stop there. The next diplomatic tool on the administration's list. Ah, controversial maneuver to restore sanctions against Iran known a snap back. The Trump Administration argues it could automatically imposed international sanctions against Iran that the 2015 nuclear agreement lifted. Russia argues the Trump administration lost the right to impose snapback sanctions when it dropped out of the Iran nuclear deal. Record setting heat in California triple digits in some areas, straining the state's power grid. Power regulators ordering utilities to begin rolling blackouts for the first time in nine years. Wildlife managers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho given permission to start killing hundreds of sea lions in the Columbia River basin, the hopes of helping struggling salmon populations America.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Best getting the FBI's Russia probe though Senate committee is floating to compel testimony from dozens of former Obama administration officials in a party line vote the Judiciary Committee rain lighted subpoenas for a who's who of former Obama administration officials former national security adviser Susan rice former director of national intelligence James clapper did sherry committee chairman Lindsey Graham held particular contempt for former FBI director James Comey and deputy director Andrew McCabe Republicans rejected democratic demands to subpoena George Papadopoulos former national security adviser Michael Flynn Roger stone and former trump right hand man Michael Cohen Democrats say it's unfair now Lindsey Graham says that he thinks that the Muller probe went quote off script he's willing to have Robert Muller come in that's something that Democrats have ants for fox's Chad Pergram on Capitol Hill the White House exploring the possibility of a travel from Mexico may be contributing to a new wave of coronavirus infections rather than states efforts to reopen their economies the centers for disease control deploying teams to Arizona and some other hot spots to try to trace the outbreaks city of Carmel Indiana is checking for the virus in the city's sewer system mayor Jim Brainard says it's an accurate way of not only knowing if the virus is spreading or subsiding but also of pinpointing areas that are hot spots so you check the manhole outside a nursing home or elder care assisted living home early on PCS by then we get everybody who works or lives in that building tested right away he says according to the sewage testing they've conducted so far just over one percent of the population of Carmel is infected Jerry bomb Garten fox news is Britain British Airways easyjet Ryanair launching a legal action against the British government's quarantine restrictions.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"FBI's Russia probe though Senate committee is floating to compel testimony from dozens of former Obama administration officials on a party line vote the Judiciary Committee rain lighted subpoenas for a who's who of former Obama administration officials former national security adviser Susan rice former director of national intelligence James clapper the committee chairman Lindsey Graham held particular contempt for former FBI director James Comey and deputy director Andrew McCabe Republicans rejected democratic demands to subpoena George Papadopoulos former national security adviser Michael Flynn Roger stone and former trump right hand man Michael Cohen Democrats say it's unfair now Lindsey Graham says that he thinks that the Muller probe went off script he's willing to have Robert Muller come in that's something that Democrats have ants for fox news Chad Pergram on Capitol Hill the White House exploring the possibility of a travel from Mexico may be contributing to a new wave of coronavirus infections rather than states efforts to reopen their economies the centers for disease control deploying teams to Arizona and some other hot spots to try to trace the outbreaks city of Carmel Indiana is checking for the virus in the city's sewer system mayor Jim Brainard says it's an accurate way of not only knowing if the virus is spreading or subsiding but also of pinpointing areas that are hot spots so you check the manhole outside a nursing home or elder care assisted living home early on PCS by then we get everybody who works or lives in that building tested right away he says according to the sewage testing they've conducted so far just over one percent of the population of Carmel is infected Jerry bomb Garten fox news Britain British Airways easyjet Ryanair launching a legal action against the British government's quarantine restrictions.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Add new flexibility to a crowd of iris for the program for small businesses is on its way to the White House for president trump's signature after passing the Senate Republicans and Democrats are staking out their positions as the Senate begins its probe into the origins the FBI Russia collusion investigation Judiciary Committee chairman senator Lindsey Graham says the inspector general says not only were FISA warrant applications deceptive email was doctored to get the FISA warrant by a lawyer at the FBI but ranking member Democrat Dianne Feinstein notes inspector general Horowitz found no evidence of political or anti trump bias Republicans pressing former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein of the origins of the Russia probe and his decision to appoint a special counsel Bob thank you reporting at least thirty nine people were injured in a knife attack of a kindergarten in southern China breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com the baseball's plan to start the season ball parks with no fans may have a bigger problem they may not have players to fill the diamond baseball owners have rejected the players' offer for one hundred fourteen game regular season with no additional salary cuts on top of that baseball management is reportedly not even planning to make a counter proposal last week's offer envisioned an eighty two game schedule and further reductions in player salaries business four tries to salvage a season delayed by the corona virus pandemic management has told the union it has no interest in extending the season into November when it appears a second wave of coronavirus that could disrupt the postseason and jeopardized seven hundred eighty seven million dollars in broadcast revenue George ones on a reporting personal knowledge of the situation says the NBA's told.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Add new flexibility to a crowd of iris for the program for small businesses is on its way to the White House for president trump's signature after passing the Senate Republicans and Democrats are staking out their positions as the Senate begins its probe into the origins the FBI Russia collusion investigation Judiciary Committee chairman senator Lindsey Graham says the inspector general says not only were FISA warrant applications deceptive email was doctored to get the FISA warrant by a lawyer at the FBI but ranking member Democrat Dianne Feinstein notes inspector general Horowitz found no evidence of political or anti trump bias Republicans pressing former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein on the origins of the Russia probe and his decision to appoint a special counsel Bob thank you reporting at least thirty nine people were injured in a knife attack of a kindergarten in southern China breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com the baseball's plan to start the season ball parks with no fans may have a bigger problem they may not have players to fill the diamond baseball owners have rejected the players' offer for one hundred fourteen game regular season with no additional salary cuts on top of that baseball management is reportedly not even planning to make a counter proposal last week's offer envisioned an eighty two game schedule and further reductions in player salaries as the sport tries to salvage a season delayed by the corona virus pandemic management has told the union it has no interest in extending the season into November when it appears a second wave of coronavirus that could disrupt the postseason and jeopardized seven hundred eighty seven million dollars in broadcast revenue George ones on a reporting the personal knowledge of the.

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Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Senate Judiciary Committee lines up its first witness as it looks into the Russia probe Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham says former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify on Wednesday as the committee opens an investigation of the FBI's Russia probe Rosenstein is a key figure in may twenty sixteen he appointed Robert Muller's special counsel to investigate potential ties between the trump campaign and Russia Rosenstein also authorized reviewing FBI applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page last December the justice department inspector general concluded there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor page Mike Rossio Washington

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"By a sheriff's deputy Attorney General bill Barr says he doesn't expect U. S. attorney John Durham's investigations into the origins of the FBI Russia probe will lead to criminal probes into either former vice president Joe Biden or former president Barack Obama I don't expect Mr Durham's work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man president trump has made unsubstantiated claims the former administration committed crimes investigating possible ties between Russia and the trump campaign Erica is listening to fox news now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio six CD W. C. B. M. and W. C. B. N. dot com good evening on Michael Phillip Bailey in the six eighty WCB Amerila news center with the headline making news this hour Europe is re opening more widely allowing people into the acropolis in Athens shops in Italy museums in Belgium golf courses in Ireland and beer gardens in Bavaria China today announced it'll give two billion dollars to the fight against corona virus Chinese president xi Jim paying told the world health organization's annual meeting the funds will be paid out over two years a top Johns Hopkins University health official says it's up to us to determine what the corona virus pandemic looks like in the near future speaking on NBC's meet the press yesterday Dr Tom Ingalls be called for the continued use of face coverings and for folks to keep practicing social distancing angles bee also said lockdowns were necessary the Annapolis Memorial Day parade is canceled due to cope with nineteen safety concerns mayor Gavin Buckley says people may not be able to gather but it's a time to honor the willingness of previous generations they also canceled the wreath laying event held every year at Susan Campbell park the temporary Towson courthouse location for the Baltimore county District Court of one rolling cross road was closed today to undergo a deep cleaning after an employee tested positive for covert nineteen the court house expected to reopen tomorrow for essential personnel in downtown Baltimore sixty seven degrees I'm Michael Phillip Ellie six eighty WCBS news I'm Elizabeth McDonald and this is the fox business report Wall Street having its biggest gain in more than five weeks on news about a potential coronavirus vaccines with the Dow rising nine hundred twelve points the nasdaq up two hundred and twenty S. and P..

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Barr says he doesn't envision investigations of Biden, Obama

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Barr says he doesn't envision investigations of Biden, Obama

"Attorney General William Barr is signaling he will not be swayed by political pressure to investigate president trump's opponents the president has said without evidence that he believes former president Obama committed unspecified crimes and as U. S. attorney John Doran continues investigating the origins of the FBI's Russia probe hi don't expect Mr Durham's work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man the other being Joe Biden the president's November opponent trump supporters that pushed criminal probes of both men for what they call abuses during the Russia probe bar says he will not let the election be hijacked by efforts to drum up criminal investigations of either candidate Sager bag ani Washington

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on KOMO

"Says time is running out when referring to the country's window of opportunity to curb the corona virus pandemic right argues that there is still no coordinated federal response to the ongoing crisis Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the Republican majority in his words as pursuing baseless conspiracy theories by looking into the origins of the Russia investigation speaking on the Senate floor the New York Democrat said this is just another attempt by president trump to slander his political opponent former vice president Joe Biden trump's conservative allies claim that former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn was entrapped by the FBI under the Obama administration and trump this morning suggested former president Obama B. call to Congress to testify about what he refers to as the biggest political crime in U. S. history trump says Obama knew everything in regard to the FBI Russia investigation opponents of the stay at home orders across the country have scored a victory in Wisconsin packed bars and restaurants in Wisconsin where the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the governor's extended stay at home orders calling the restrictions unconstitutional and unenforceable the ruling doesn't take effect until may twentieth but within hours at some bars and restaurants were re opened with no restrictions some states easing restrictions California opening beaches in LA county but announcing schools will open on a case by case basis I want to be clear that we are not anticipating a common cold across school districts or a mandate for what school difference okay and New Jersey allowing nonessential construction and retail stores to re open for pick up but other areas extending orders and the mayor of Washington DC stretching the stay at home order until June eighth rushing to reopen could have tragic results in Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer bracing for more protests over her stay at home orders Witmer saying data shows an increase in outside activity and that if there's an increase in covert cases the state might have to take action if people are going to come down and demonstrate do it in a responsible way this coming after doctor Fauci expressed concerns over re opening to quickly Tuesday overnight the president telling reporters he was surprised by those concerns his presence here actually because you know it's just not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to school I think they should open the schools absolutely I think they should consider our country coming back at the schools are closed yesterday.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on KOMO

"Especially when it comes to school I think they should open the schools absolutely I think they should consider our country coming back in the schools are closed yesterday was a little cautious on the opening day talking to you soon are you sure he's concerned about the opening the economy too so some states he wants to play all sides of the equation I think we're going to have a tremendous fourth quarter and in Minnesota the governor there has announced their stay at home order will be lifted on Monday but some restrictions will stay in place president trump is suggesting that former president Barack Obama should testify before Congress on what trump calls the biggest political crime in U. S. history in a statement on Twitter trump said Obama knew everything in regards to the FBI Russia investigation this is the latest effort from trump to accuse the previous administration of wrongdoing over the prosecution of his first national security adviser Michael Flynn troubles who is calling on Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham to call Obama to testify with trump adding no more Mr nice guy federal agents reportedly seized a cellphone from a North Carolina Republican senator Richard Burr last night the Los Angeles Times reports that the Senate Intel committee chairman turned over his cellphone to federal agents with a search warrant at his Washington area home that's according to a law enforcement official the justice department is investigating whether senator Byrd broke a law prohibiting members of Congress from trading on insider information sold a significant percentage of a stock's in thirty three transactions February thirteenth just as his committee was receiving daily coronavirus briefings and a week before stock markets tanked Burr's office the FBI and justice department declined to comment that's A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson and komo news.

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AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

"The APS learn the justice department is dropping the criminal case against president trump's first national security adviser it's a stunning reversal for one of special counsel Robert Muller signature cases prosecutors have maintained for three years that Michael Flynn lied to the FBI during the twenty seventeen interview about his talks with Russia's ambassador to Washington fling himself admitted it but the department says the interview was conducted with no legitimate investigative basis the case against Flynn was a rallying cry for president trump and his backers in bashing the FBI's Russia probe the reversal comes as Attorney General William Barr increasingly challenges the Russia investigation which could add to democratic concerns that bars excessively loyal to the president Sager met Ghani Washington

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AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

"The APS learn the justice department is dropping the criminal case against president trump's first national security adviser it's a stunning reversal for one of special counsel Robert Muller signature cases prosecutors have maintained for three years that Michael Flynn lied to the FBI during the twenty seventeen interview about his talks with Russia's ambassador to Washington fling himself admitted it but the department says the interview was conducted with no legitimate investigative basis the case against Flynn was a rallying cry for president trump and his backers in bashing the FBI's Russia probe the reversal comes as Attorney General William Barr increasingly challenges the Russia investigation which could add to democratic concerns that bars excessively loyal to the president Sager met Ghani Washington

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AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

"The APS learn the justice department is dropping the criminal case against president trump's first national security adviser it's a stunning reversal for one of special counsel Robert Muller signature cases prosecutors have maintained for three years that Michael Flynn lied to the FBI during the twenty seventeen interview about his talks with Russia's ambassador to Washington fling himself admitted it but the department says the interview was conducted with no legitimate investigative basis the case against Flynn was a rallying cry for president trump and his backers in bashing the FBI's Russia probe the reversal comes as Attorney General William Barr increasingly challenges the Russia investigation which could add to democratic concerns that bars excessively loyal to the president Sager met Ghani Washington

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AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

"The APS learn the justice department is dropping the criminal case against president trump's first national security adviser it's a stunning reversal for one of special counsel Robert Muller signature cases prosecutors have maintained for three years that Michael Flynn lied to the FBI during the twenty seventeen interview about his talks with Russia's ambassador to Washington fling himself admitted it but the department says the interview was conducted with no legitimate investigative basis the case against Flynn was a rallying cry for president trump and his backers in bashing the FBI's Russia probe the reversal comes as Attorney General William Barr increasingly challenges the Russia investigation which could add to democratic concerns that bars excessively loyal to the president Sager met Ghani Washington

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AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case

"The APS learn the justice department is dropping the criminal case against president trump's first national security adviser it's a stunning reversal for one of special counsel Robert Muller signature cases prosecutors have maintained for three years that Michael Flynn lied to the FBI during the twenty seventeen interview about his talks with Russia's ambassador to Washington fling himself admitted it but the department says the interview was conducted with no legitimate investigative basis the case against Flynn was a rallying cry for president trump and his backers in bashing the FBI's Russia probe the reversal comes as Attorney General William Barr increasingly challenges the Russia investigation which could add to democratic concerns that bars excessively loyal to the president Sager met Ghani Washington

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Horowitz defends Trump-Russia report but "deeply concerned" about FBI failures

Here & Now

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Horowitz defends Trump-Russia report but "deeply concerned" about FBI failures

"As the house moves. Closer to impeaching president trump members of the Senate today questioned the Justice Department Inspector General about the origins of the FBI's Russia probe DOJ inspector. General Michael Horowitz report found no evidence that the FBI investigation instigation of the trump campaign was politically motivated. But he also told the Senate Judiciary Committee today that there were significant errors in the FBI investigation although we did not find documentary or testimonial evidence of intentional misconduct. We also did not receive satisfactory explanations nations for any of the errors emissions we identified. Meanwhile the House Judiciary Committee is expected to convene at seven. PM Eastern Standard time tonight to begin finalising the articles of impeachment before a photo of the full house likely next

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Justice Watchdog Testifies Before Congress About His Report on FBI’s Russia Probe

Here & Now

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Justice Watchdog Testifies Before Congress About His Report on FBI’s Russia Probe

"As the house moves closer to impeaching president trump members of the Senate today questions the justice department inspector general about the origins of the F. B. I.'s Russia probe DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz is report found no evidence that the FBI's investigation of the trump campaign was politically motivated but he also told the Senate Judiciary Committee today that there were significant errors in the FBI's investigation although we did not find documentary or testimonial evidence of intentional misconduct we also did not receive satisfactory explanations for any of the errors or omissions we identified meanwhile the house Judiciary Committee is expected to convene at seven PM eastern standard time tonight to begin finalizing the articles of impeachment before a float of the full house likely next week Phil Ewing joins us now to discuss all of this he's election security editor for NPR infill Horowitz looked into the FBI's investigation of that twenty sixteen trump campaign and possible ties with Russia Republicans have highlighted that the FBI is serious performance failures as detailed by Horowitz what's been their line of questioning they want to drill down very closely on one specific part of the FBI investigation the surveillance that officials conducted on a one time junior foreign policy aide to truck came Carter page who was the subject of a number of renewals by the foreign intelligence surveillance court from twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen and what Horowitz discovered was as you mentioned there were many problems with air is affected a mission and practices by the FBI and the justice department in getting and then sustaining that surveillance the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham has stroll down very strongly on that as part of what's been a years long effort by him and the president in their supporters to tear down federal law enforcement the justice department the FBI in their view the problems with that case are emblematic of wider problems with the FBI and the justice department and that's been a leitmotif for some time yeah I want to ask you about Attorney General William Barr he's attacked this report several times in the past couple of days what impact hello do you believe his comments had on today's hearing well the ranking member senator Dianne Feinstein of California asked for what's the inspector general about those comments and he said that he didn't have any undue influence from the Attorney General before submitting this report but he also re stated that he believed there was an appropriate predication as he said for the F. B. I. in twenty sixteen to open the investigation into the Russian attack on the twenty sixteen election I mean there really wasn't attacked there really was skulduggery that took place which has been uncovered by investigators and has been the subject of so much focus since then if senator Gramm focused on the details here about the page story the Carter page story senator Feinstein and Democrats want to talk about the big picture that this really wasn't attack that it really was Russia and not another nation has and has become the subject of controversy more recently here in Washington and that the FBI and the justice department and other intelligence agencies were justified in responding to the information they were getting twenty sixteen and trying to figure out what was happening in that report about it to Congress and the American people as they have yeah you've mentioned the committee's ranking member senator Dianne Feinstein and Democrats have focused on the conclusion that ho it's found no evidence of political bias or improper motivation let's hear what she had to say I believe strongly that it's time to move on from the false claims a political bias and those who showed great interest in the question a politically motivated investigations against president trump should show the same concern about politically motivated dated investigations requested by the president or his Attorney General is this hearing today likely to bring any clarity to the ultimate poll well you know point of this report are we just talking past each other Republicans and Democrats the answer to your first question is no among other reasons because there are pages from the horror was report that are redacted and so there are still things about the story about Carter page for example that we do not know because they're continuing to be withheld by the government the other question which senator Feinstein alluded to in those comments you played is that there's another report about the investigation still pending from the justice department Connecticut U. S. attorney John Durham has been asked to do his own look at this he's already said in an unusual statement when Horowitz's report came out that he disagrees with some of the things that are in that report so we have a whole other chapter of litigating about this to look for to whenever Durin's work is complete okay my last question with you for the few seconds that I have with you the mark of the impeachment articles begin tonight what are you watching for well that's going to be a normal process but also very contentious all legislation whether it's naming post offices are impeaching the president has to go through the same practice so Democrats wanted to be by the book but we expect minority Republicans on the committee to make it as painful and drawn out as long as possible with procedural motions and other tech attempts to delay it that's Phil Ewing election security editor for NPR thank you Phil

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Inspector general: Start of FBI Russia probe was justified

First Light

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Inspector general: Start of FBI Russia probe was justified

"The justice department inspector general releasing a report on why the F. B. I. launch the trump Russia probe in the first place the inspector general found that the origins the launch of the Russia investigation was legally sound that it met the justice department standards in terms of evidence and that it was carried out appropriately at least at the beginning and the FBI director agreed with that finding I asked him directly if he thought that the FBI had been unfair to the trump campaign he said he did not to be sees Pierre Thomas says the report also found those several procedural mistakes made by the FBI president trump meeting at the White House today with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov when the president met with Lavrov in two thousand seventeen he ignited a firestorm by disclosing intelligence information to the Russians that have been supplied by Israel that meeting was closed to White House reporters while Russian state media was allowed

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KOMO

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on KOMO

"The justice department inspector general releasing a report on why the F. B. I. launch the trump Russia probe in the first place the inspector general found that the origins the launch of the Russia investigation was legally sound that it met the justice department standards in terms of evidence and that it was carried out appropriately at least at the beginning and the FBI director agreed with that finding I asked him directly if he thought that the FBI had been unfair to the trump campaign he said he did not to be sees Pierre Thomas says the report also found those several procedural mistakes made by the

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FBI Russia probe report released by Justice Department

First Light

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

FBI Russia probe report released by Justice Department

"The justice department inspector general releasing a report on why the F. B. I. launch the trump Russia probe in the first place the inspector general found that the origins the launch of the Russia investigation was legally sound that it met the justice department standards in terms of evidence and that it was carried out appropriately at least at the beginning and the FBI director agreed with that finding I asked him directly if he thought that the FBI had been unfair to the trump campaign he said he did not to be sees Pierre Thomas says the report also found those several procedural mistakes made by the

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on AP News

"The justice department's inspector general identifies 17 significant inaccuracies or omissions in applications for a warrant and subsequent renewals from the foreign intelligence surveillance court to monitor the communications of former trump campaign adviser Carter page it says the error is made it appear that the information supporting probable cause was stronger than was actually the case but the report also found the bureau was justified in eavesdropping on page and there was no documented or testimonial evidence of political bias still Attorney General William Barr rejects that conclusion saying the report makes clear the FBI launched the probe on the thinnest of suspicions Ben Thomas Washington

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Watchdog report: FBI's Russia probe justified, no bias found

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Watchdog report: FBI's Russia probe justified, no bias found

"The justice department's inspector general identifies seventeen significant inaccuracies or omissions in applications for a warrant and subsequent renewals from the foreign intelligence surveillance court to monitor the communications of former trump campaign adviser Carter page it says the error is made it appear that the information supporting probable cause was stronger than was actually the case but the report also found the bureau was justified in eavesdropping on page and there was no documented or testimonial evidence of political bias still Attorney General William Barr rejects that conclusion saying the report makes clear the FBI launched the probe on the thinnest of suspicions Ben Thomas Washington

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on AP News

"The inspector general's report finds no evidence of the political bias president trump claims tainted the Russia probe but a summary of the report obtained by the Associated Press does site performance failures the F. B. I.'s chain of,nd and 17 significant errors or omissions in surveillance applications for trump campaign aide Carter page at the same time the inspector general says there was no intentional misconduct and the F. B. I. was justified in opening its investigation Attorney General William Barr is rejecting that finding calling the probe intrusive Ben Thomas Washington

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Watchdog report: FBI's Russia probe justified, no bias found

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Watchdog report: FBI's Russia probe justified, no bias found

"The inspector general's report finds no evidence of the political bias president trump claims tainted the Russia probe but a summary of the report obtained by the Associated Press does site performance failures the F. B. I.'s chain of command and seventeen significant errors or omissions in surveillance applications for trump campaign aide Carter page at the same time the inspector general says there was no intentional misconduct and the F. B. I. was justified in opening its investigation Attorney General William Barr is rejecting that finding calling the probe intrusive Ben Thomas Washington

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"There was no trump Russia collusion there was Clinton Russia collusion there was FBI Russia collusion at the end yeah none of those corrupt acts seem to an arrest special counsel Robert Muller in the least we think about this this guy was tasked to find proof of a non existing collusion conspiracy by trump to steal the election from Hillary Clinton and no plausible evidence ever surfaced over the twenty two month length of his probe and instead of diagnose scene who engineered the hoax and exposing its manipulation to destroy the presidency the special counsel was determined as sort of a magic an obstruction of justice offense that was utterly unsupportable in the law Moller knew it I mean just read his report his explanation for why he decided not to decide the issue of obstruction was stunningly unintelligible and Attorney General William Barr said he was actually baffled by Mahler's quote unquote strange statement which then forced bar and other top lawyers at the DOJ to correct Mahler's tortured interpretation of the law because the evidence did not sustain an obstruction offense but beyond the special counsel's incomprehensible reasoning and really his shameless derogation of trump what was extraordinary about the mother report was what was missing no where in the exhaustive four hundred and forty eight pages was there a serious and earnest examination of all the clandestine actions of the Clinton campaign and the Democrats to hostile in height our faults Russia information to damage from an impact the two thousand sixteen presidential election trump include with Russians his opponent did N. Muller conspicuously ignored it yeah there were a couple of passing references in the report to steal there was an indirect reference to his infamous dossier think about that how is that even possible I mean the special counsel reportedly interviewed steel twice was Muller only looking for incriminating evidence against trump ignoring the role of his opponent in successfully pain for Russian information to influence the election this was a remarkable abdication of duty for a man whose primary responsibility was to determine any Russian interference any interference in America's democratic process this glaring omission only reinforced how the special counsel's investigation was infected with bias against trump you can read about all of this in.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Insider at Hannity dot com welcome back to the Sean Hannity Sean Gregg Jarrett filling in for Sean Hannity in my new book which on chapter two I spent about fifty pages explaining how there was no trump Russia collusion there was Clinton Russia collusion there was FBI Russia collusion at and yet none of those corrupt acts seem to an arrest special counsel Robert Muller in the least we think about this this guy was tasked to find proof of a nonexistent collusion conspiracy by trump to steal the election from Hillary Clinton and no plausible evidence ever surfaced over the twenty two month length of his probe and instead of diagnosing who engineered the hoax and exposing its manipulation to destroy the presidency the special counsel was determined is sort of a mad gin and obstruction of justice offense that was utterly unsupportable in the law and Miller knew it I mean just read his report his explanation for why he decided not to decide the issue of obstruction was stunningly unintelligible and Attorney General William Barr said he was actually baffled by Mahler's quote unquote strange statement which then force bar another top lawyers at the DOJ to correct Mahler's tortured interpretation of the law because the evidence did not sustain an obstruction offense but beyond the special counsel's incomprehensible reasoning and really his shameless derogation of trump what was extraordinary about the mole report was what was missing no where in the exhaustive four hundred and forty eight pages was there a serious and earnest examination of all the clandestine actions of the Clinton campaign and the Democrats to hostile in hype their faults Russia information to damage trump an impact the two thousand sixteen presidential election trump include with Russians his opponent did and Mahler conspicuously ignored yeah there were a couple of passing references in the report to steal there was an indirect reference to his infamous dossier think about that how is that even possible the special counsel reportedly interviewed steel twice was Muller only looking for incriminating evidence against trump while ignoring the role of his opponent in successfully pain for Russian information to influence the election this was a remarkable abdication of duty for a man whose primary responsibility was to determine any Russian interference any interference in America's democratic process this glaring omission only reinforced how the special counsel's investigation was infected with bias against trump you can read about all of this in.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hannity dot com welcome back to the Sean Hannity show on great jeered filling in for Sean Hannity in my new book which on chapter two I spent about fifty pages explaining how there was no trump Russia collusion there was Clinton Russia collusion there was FBI Russia collusion at and yet none of those corrupt acts seem to an arrest special counsel Robert Muller in the least we think about this this guy was tasked to find proof of a non existing collusion conspiracy by trump to steal the election from Hillary Clinton and no plausible evidence ever surfaced over the twenty two month length of his probe and instead of diagnose scene who engineered the hoax and exposing its manipulation to destroy the presidency the special counsel was determined as sort of a mad gin on obstruction of justice offense that was utterly unsupportable in the law and Miller knew it I mean just read his report his explanation for why he decided not to decide the issue of obstruction was stunningly unintelligible and Attorney General William Barr said he was actually baffled blocking Mahler's quote unquote strange statement which then force bar and other top lawyers at the DOJ to correct Mahler's tortured interpretation of the law because the evidence did not sustain an obstruction offense but beyond the special counsel's incomprehensible reasoning and really his shameless derogation of trump what was extraordinary about the mother report was what was missing no where in the exhaustive four hundred and forty eight pages was there a serious and earnest examination of all the clandestine actions of the Clinton campaign and the Democrats to hostile in height their faults Russia information to damage trump an impact the two thousand sixteen presidential election trump include with Russians his opponent did and Mahler conspicuously ignored yeah there were a couple of passing references in the report to steal there was an indirect reference to his infamous dossier think about that how is that even possible with the special counsel reportedly interviewed steel twice was Muller only looking for incriminating evidence against trump ignoring the role of his opponent in successfully pain for Russian information to influence the election this was a remarkable abdication of duty for a man whose primary responsibility was to determine any Russian interference any interference in America's democratic process this glaring omission only reinforced how the special counsel's investigation was infected with bias against trump you can read about all of this in.

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"fbi  russia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"fbi russia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Added the insider at Hannity dot com welcome back to the Sean Hannity Sean Gregg Jarrett filling in for Sean Hannity in my new book which on chapter two I spent about fifty pages explaining how there was no trump Russia collusion there was Clinton Russia collusion there was FBI Russia collusion yeah and yeah none of those corrupt acts seem to an arrest special counsel Robert Muller in the least may think about this this guy was tasked to find proof of a non existing collusion conspiracy by trump to steal the election from Hillary Clinton and no plausible evidence ever surfaced over the twenty two month length of his probe and instead of diagnosing who engineered the hoax in exposing its manipulation to destroy the presidency the special counsel was determined is sort of a mad gin on obstruction of justice offense that was utterly unsupportable in the law and Miller knew it I mean just read his report his explanation for why he decided not to decide the issue of obstruction was stunningly unintelligible and Attorney General William Barr said he was actually baffled **** Mahler's quote unquote strange statement which then force bar and other top lawyers at the DOJ to correct Mahler's tortured interpretation of the law because the evidence did not sustain an obstruction offense but beyond the special counsel's incomprehensible reasoning and really his shameless derogation of trump what was extraordinary about the mole report was what was missing no where in the exhaustive four hundred and forty eight pages was there a serious and earnest examination of all the clandestine actions of the Clinton campaign and the Democrats to hostile in height their faults Russia information to damage trump an impact the two thousand sixteen presidential election trucks include with Russians his opponent did N. Muller conspicuously ignored it yeah there were a couple of passing references in the report to steal there was an indirect reference to his infamous dossier think about that how is that even possible the special counsel reportedly interviewed steel twice was Muller only looking for incriminating evidence against trump while ignoring the role of his opponent in successfully pain for Russian information to influence the election this was a remarkable abdication of duty for a man whose primary responsibility was to determine any Russian interference any interference in America's democratic process this glaring omission only reinforced how the special counsel's investigation was infected with bias against trump you can read about all of this in.

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Trump directs release of declassified surveillance warrant on Russia probe

Glenn Beck

01:09 min | 4 years ago

Trump directs release of declassified surveillance warrant on Russia probe

"Trump has ordered the feds declassify key documents and text messages in FBI Russia probe from Fox News. President Trump yesterday ordered the declassification of several key documents related to the FBI investigation of Russian actions during the two thousand sixteen presidential election, including Twenty-one pages of an obligation for a renewed surveillance warrant against former campaign aide Carter page and text messages from disgraced FBI figures Peter Struck and Lisa page. The documents declassified also include all FBI reports on interviews with Justice department official or reports of interviews prepared in connection with all other applicants applications to survey Carter page Trump also ordered the Justice department released text messages from a number of key players in the Russian investigation quote without redaction that includes or struck Lisa page. Former FBI director James Comey and former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe. The source added that the Justice department is working on a. Compressed timeline and the expect the first release of records in days or sooner the text messages are expected to take longer just because of the sheer number involved, and the fact that Trump ordered their release without

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Bomb blast injures 15 at restaurant; hunt on for 2 suspects

John Gibson

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Bomb blast injures 15 at restaurant; hunt on for 2 suspects

"To work out some of the logistics no north koreans showed up to meet them white house says what happens next is now up to peon yang congressional leaders from both parties briefed thursday about documents related to the start of the fbi's russia election meddling investigation senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he heard nothing particularly surprising but again it was classified congressman adam schiff the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee says he heard nothing incriminating nothing we heard today has changed our view that there is no evidence to support any allegation that the fbi or any intelligence agency placed a spy in the trump campaign president trump has ordered the f b i of the department of justice to be as transparent as possible about the investigation a manhunt is underway in ontario canada after a restaurant in suburban toronto is bombed canadian police say the men walked into the establishment and detonated improvised explosive device then they took off running the blast injuring at least fifteen people three of the victims are said to be in critical condition police say the injuries are consistent with those of an explosion fox's jackie says the who and the why of the toronto restaurant bombing so far not known fox news fair balanced i'm in almost every school blessing classroom i go to school with your children we say it's tug avenue senior on the neighborhood and you tell me then i'm are pretty good kid well i'm one out of every five children in america and i'm struggling with hunger this problem is closer than you think my teacher tells me we could grow up to be whatever we want i wanna grow up to be someone close to.

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Congressional leaders to review highly classified Russia investigation

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 4 years ago

Congressional leaders to review highly classified Russia investigation

"Live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the justice department says it will look into reports the fbi surveilled the trump campaign in twenty sixteen for political purposes npr's giles snyder says the decision follows a white house meeting involving president trump the white house announced an agreement following president trump's meeting that included deputy attorney general rod rosenstein fbi director christopher ray the administration says the justice department has agreed to expand the internal investigation it's already conducting into the fbi's russia probe to include any irregularities nifty i tactics chief of staff john kelly is also expected to set up a meeting to congressional leaders review any classified information related to the president's claims the new york times first reported that a confidential f b i inform and met with two campaign aides but there is no evidence so far of infiltration special counsel robert muller took over the fbi investigation a year year ago trial snyder npr news washington later today president trump meets with south korea's president at the white house trump and moon jae in are expected to discuss trump's plan summit with north korean leader kim jong un it's gambled for june twelfth and singapore ahead of today's meeting state media in pyongyang kerry three commentaries denouncing joint military exercises involving the us and south korea saying they threaten the summit north korea has cut off high level talks with the south because of the joint military drills a prominent australian archbishop is facing prison time after being convicted of covering up child sex abuse by clergy decades ago the bbc's phil mercer sydney says philip wilson is now a senior roman catholic cleric the archbishop was accused of covering up abuse by paedophile priests in the hunt valley of new south wales in the nineteen seventies philip wilson who held a junior position in the catholic church.

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