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Trump Fund-Raiser Elliott Broidy Charged in Lobbying Case
"We're also watching tonight the strange and we expect to be developing story of this Guy who has now been hit with federal felony charges. His name is Elliott Brady. He had a senior role in the trump inaugural committee. He was a major donor to the trump campaign not long after trump's inauguration the Republican party in this since deleted press release. Announced its, new national finance team. Under. The leadership of Steve. Wynn who since had to give up his casino empire a huge sexual harassment scandal the party brought on they announced in that press release they brought on as deputy finance. Chairman. Real, Nice. Group of guys Michael, Cohen the president's former personal lawyer who would soon go onto multiple felony convictions and a substantial jail term before becoming one of the president's most vociferous. Himself they also in that same press release announced Elliott Brady. As a national deputy chairman of the Republican Party, he is also a today now charged with multiple felonies committed also the other guy they announced that Prescott and that press release that day was Lewis to joy. The Guy who president trump put in charge of messing up the post office. COVID made us all change to vote by mail for this election Steve WYNN Elliott, Brady Michael Cohen and Louis de joy all in the same press release. All announced as having these major new roles in the national. Republican. Party all on the same day couldn't happen to a nicer bunch. I will just reiterate that the National Republican Party has since deleted that press release from their website but it's a real thing. Elliott Brady has now as I mentioned been charged with multiple felonies charged basically with taking money illegally from foreign sources to get the Justice Department to drop certain prosecutions. But Elliott Brady is tied up a whole bunch of stuff all the scandals involving the trump inaugural. He was a senior figure in the trump inaugural brady. You may also remember was embroiled in a hush money payment scheme that was almost literally a carbon copy of the one president trump got embroiled in with porn-star Stormy Daniels I. Mean. Literally, it was a copied thing. It does seem like the lawyers involved in both the trump hush money payoff and the. Payoff the lawyers may have used the exact same documents and the exact same fake names for both Brady and trump's hush money deals. Elliott was also the key link to the trump campaign and the trump administration for convicted pedophile. George Nader who for some reason had tons of access to the highest levels of the trump campaign, the trump transition, and even the trump administration. George Nader is now in jail probably forever. On child pornography and child sex trafficking charges his business arrangements with the. With. Liberty with the sky from the RNC and the trump inaugural committee that business relationships between. George Nader and Elliott. Brady remain murky but with brody now, himself facing federal felony charges. Maybe. More, will come out about that too. All in the lead up to the president's reelection effort Elliott, Brady is expected to plead guilty at least. That's what these court filings look like today. We shall see.
The Honorable Andrew Young on Growing Up in New Orleans
"I said whoever made all this couldn't have made me with no purpose so it has got to be a purpose for me to the end of Andrew The J. Young Civil Rights legend former. UN Ambassador Congressman and Mayor of Atlanta Georgia in nineteen sixty young help change this country as a leader in the civil rights movement his legacy include being silly activists elected official groundbreaking Ambassador Social Entrepreneur. You're an adviser to presidents. Currently he leaves the Andrew J Young Foundation's effort to the BELVA `support new generations of visionary leaders who array sustainable global approaches to Economic Development Poverty Alleviation Ama- challenge of hunger young was a close confidante to the late Dr Martin Luther King Junior and a key strategist negotiated during campaigns that led to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four and the voting rights act of Nineteen nineteen sixty five this past spring young was in Austin Texas to participate in the summit on race in America at the AUBERGE Presidential Library on on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. I'm John Leo Hanson Junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program and exclusive interview with Civil Rights Legend the Honorable Andrew Young and black America Reverend Vivian was really the first one have a sit it in he was he had a sit in Peoria Illinois in nineteen forty seven that was way before Montgomery and and Martin Luther King we go into his ninety sixth birthday next month he still with us. He was a freedom rider he he worked with us from beginning to end and he's still on the case James Several Janesville genius but he was also very eccentric. Maybe crazy but Dr King being used to say that all of us a certify ably insane because you've got to be kinda crazy to think that you can change America America was no money no organization we had nothing but the spirit of the Lord moving in our hearts it it changed when one speaks with the honor Bell Andrew j young you can still see it on his face and hearing his voice the Passion and commitment he still has for the call for social justice as Executive Director of the southern Christian Leadership Conference in one thousand nine hundred sixty four he was on on the front line doing America's doctors days born and raised in a segregated New Orleans young. I attended Dillard University in the city then attended Howard Howard University and earned a vintage degree in one thousand nine hundred fifty five from Hartford theological seminary working as a young pastor and Thomas Field Georgia he he first became part of the movement when he organized voter registration drives and nineteen seventy s first attempt to elect politics he loss but with a new campaign campaign finance chairman in Nineteen seventy-two he was elected to Congress becoming the first African American representative from the deep south since reconstruction he was reelected in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and again in one thousand nine hundred seventy six and nineteen eighty-one. He was elected mayor of Atlanta Georgia this past spring in Black America sat down with young exclusive interview during his stay in Austin participant in the summit on race in America. Mrs Young tells what was is New Orleans like back in the nineteen forties and fifties. We don't strangely enough it was segregated but but I I had to deal with Sarah Gatien and from four years old on because you know the Nazi party headquarters was fifty yards from where I was born. There was an Irish grocery store in Italian bar and I was right in the middle and then I had to go to Lina See Jones school which was a public school in another neighborhood that was called the bucket of blood because it was so much fighting and stuff going on there and I was I was younger longer than everybody and smaller than everybody so My Daddy told me said look you never going to be big enough to beat everybody so you need to learn to fight because if you know how to fight you don't have to fight nearly as much he he said but you're not GonNa win. Many fights comes he said but you probably outrun run a lot of people but you feel good running from problems. I was GONNA ask you. I read that your father hired a fighter vital to teach you and your brother well he was he was a dentist and we we live near the coliseum where the boxes is trained so when they had need dental work and no money he would fix the teeth free but then he'd make them them take us to the gym to teach us how to box notion. was you need to know he said so that even when you get in a fight you might get beat but you need to let them know that they've been in a fight and you will have to fight right that much.
"finance chairman" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"And I'm told that he is one of the first people that they wanna talk to their hauling him up there today, and that is because his really been underappreciated that he's going to be a nucleus of information number one because he was the finance chairman of Trump's campaign at a time when a lot of these Russia contacts were taken place to he's the Treasury Secretary. That means he's sitting on a wealth of information because he oversees treasury's financial crimes unit. This is the unit where Muller may be getting a lot of his information. But congress has been stonewalled the new chairwoman of the house financial serve. Mrs committee, Maxine Waters, she has tried like crazy for the past two years to try and get Mnuchin to release all kinds of information from this unit that has money laundering. Financial crimes information on Trump. His family his associates, and they tell me they've gotten zero so far she's looked for example, also at deutchebanks, don't your Bank is viewed as a nother epicenter information because they have been caught up in these money laundering scandals in this mirror trading scandal with corrupt Russian traitors. Guess what? They've also loaned hundreds of millions to Trump personally. There's a lot of information that he may be able to to provide two Mnuchin by the soda interrupt. He was Trump's campaign national finance chairman during the two thousand sixteen campaign, which has been so much of the focus, of course of Muller. It will always come back to the money of. So this ad nauseam on the show. Donald Trump was broken nineteen Ninety-two it will come back to. Russian money, Russian laundering and everything starting with the Russian thing was about with the meddling was all about a minute ski act that this cost oligarchs hundreds of billions of dollars this. This was basically Putin and fifteen or twenty is we gotta change that is all about that was what the Russians in this, very simple, Putin and his boys we're losing tens, and tens and tens of billions of dollars those sanctions period..
"finance chairman" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Financed. The Watergate break-in Bernstein names them off Mitchell, stands mcgruder comback. And then they tell. Slum that they have confirmations on those for they just found out about Haldeman as the fifth can he confirm that you can tell by Sloan response that he doesn't want to be involved with that the conversation to move is exactly like this. But it goes something like, I'm not your source on that. You don't have to be the source. We just need you to confirm it. Then continuing while when you were questioned by the grand jury you had to name names. Of course replies. Sloan. A bit frustrated that he won't name names. Now Woodward says, well, if we were to write a story naming Haldeman as the fifth man, controlling the fun would we be wrong? After a pause Sloan says. Let me put it this way. I would have no problems with that story. Was that the confirmation they needed sounds like it the reporters rush off a little while later. We see Sloan on TV he denied naming Haldeman. We can see his attorney on screen talking to the reporters saying that Sloan did not implicate mR Haldeman in his testimony to the grand jury. Wait, what this is a punch to the gut for the reporters. They were certain Haldeman was the fifth, man. All of that is true. While the specifics are made up, of course, as they are for any movie, but the gist is pretty accurate now up until this point you'll notice that the four men Bernstein named in the movie included, a few more names. We haven't talked about in this episode yet, specifically mcgruder comback lead. You can probably imagine. There's just too much information to expect to be covered all in a single podcast episode. So if you wanna learn more about all this would really recommend picking up Woodward and Bernstein book that the movie is based on as a quick overview, though, we already learn. About CRP's chairman, John Mitchell and CRP's finance chairman MAURICE. Stans.
"finance chairman" Discussed on The Dream
"Reagan is introducing a whole new philosophy of deregulation trickled down economics supply side economics. And so on. And this is spreading across the country. Now this whole new philosophy. Reaganomics that's one of those things, you know, the name of and how to use it in conversation at a party with someone who hopefully knows less about it than you do right now. Anyway, I looked up and here's the gist. Reaganomics was all about cutting government spending, including an awesome idea Reagan and his cohorts cooked up to get rid of the FTC bureau of consumer protection. That's the one that would go after companies like Amway, and then they wanted to loosen regulations and lower certain taxes that would free up cash for super rich people in corporations, and that was supposed to trickle down to us normals guess who loves fewer regulations and no consumer protection bureau and lower taxes and all that jazz rich guys who own MLM's in the end, the plan was a disaster. If you ask my parents, maybe your parents made out like bandits in the eighties. It did help. Rich people stay or get richer while the rest of us went into debt along with the country which tripled its deficit during. Reagan's presidency. So back to Amway during this time. Dick DeVos was the finance chair of the RNC until he wasn't. There have been a few things that I've either read or seen that I find really funny and one of them was opposed article, and it was talking about when DeVos was actually kicked off from being the finance chairman of the Republican National Committee, and it was quoting people saying that he was starting to run the finance meetings almost in. They started sounding like Amway opportunity meetings DeVos, which in Dutch means the FOX he was kicked off as finance chairman. Because of the way he was running it like an Amway and meeting and sort of extorting people there's a way to ask for money. You know, there there is a protocol for asking for money. Okay. So he's out at the RNC. But if you thought that was the end of devices political ambitions think again, far more frightening than a couple of old guys at an RNC meeting getting. Freaked out by some Rah Rah Amway bullshit in nineteen eighty-seven about six years too late and with fifty thousand people that we knew of already infected with the disease. President Reagan convened the president's commission on the HIV epidemic and guess who got himself put on that board, dick DeVos, the federally indicted, so popular and in classic MLM fashion. He put the blame for the aids crisis where his worldview dictated it belonged on the victims. You know, when HIV I came out, President Reagan form the commission. I wish honored to be on that commission. I listened to three hundred witnesses tell us that it was everybody else's fault. But their own nothing new of their contact. I it was just the government fixes disease. At the end of that. I put into the document that was the conclusion document from the commission, the actions have consequences, and you are responsible for yours. What was that about? I mean, again, he was a juror technical Dutch reform religious zealot himself, but he was also a huge contributor to the Reagan administration campaign. So even people at the top ranks of the Republican party. So there's something wrong with this way this guy operates and then the big contribution. He makes to the Reagan administration is what has been described as a cruel contribution to that aids. Dialogue..
Senator Bob Menendez, Donald Trump and New Jersey discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"That gubernatorial debate was getting started in Florida last night Senator Bob Menendez and his Republican opponent former pharmaceutical executive Bob Hubin, they were walking into a television studio in Newark, New Jersey for debate of their own getting into the studio required walking a gauntlet of protesters who are waving competing signs and chanting, competing slogans. Herb Jackson was watching all this from his perch down in DC when I called him up this morning. He talked to us from a phone in his newsrooms podcast closet. Jackson. How is it in there? It's closed. Not too many dust bunnies. I hope. No, no. I asked her to start off by telling me what Menendez was accused of doing wrong in the first place just quickly lay out for me. What was the scope of this Menendez was charged with bribery and other corruption basically, mail fraud and denying honest services, it's called, and then he was also charged with filing a false disclosure form. He was accused of receiving more than seven hundred thousand campaign contributions from his co defendant, a Florida is doctor named Salomon melgren along with luxury travel on Meghan private plane staying at Milkins hiaasen, a resort and the Dominican Republic also staying at a hotel Dominican Republic and Melbourne actually wants put them put Menendez up at a sweet in Paris using Milligan's American Express point. Is there any doubt that he did all this? Is there any doubt that Menendez received these items? No, it's not disputing that that he sees these items of there was. No evidence, presented of the quid pro quo that the the corrupt bargain, the government wanted you to believe that Nelson would give something Menendez would do something. But it didn't have a recording or confidential informant or anything like that. There is a dispute over what the actions meant. In were the government says Menendez was trying to pressure the bomb administration to ease up on Melbourne on on a Medicare billing issue. Melbourne was alternately convicted in a separate trial of sixty seven counts as Medicare fraud and his actually in prison right now. So this case happens the jury. Man into court hit. There was an eleven week trial. And the jury hung most of the jurors said they were going to quit. The question was after the hung jury with the government retry Menendez on the same charges. The judge came in a month and a half later told the Justice department you never prove that these were bribes and acquitted Menendez on that. So then a week later the Justice department, they dropped the case. And that's it all legal jeopardy has gone Menendez is off the hook legally. But politically he's still in a jam. Yes. He is still trying to restore his support with the public in New Jersey. And the polls have shown that even though majority say they will vote for him narrow majority fifty one fifty two some polls fifty four percent, a larger majority disapprove of him and people I know who are. Longtime Democrats say I guess I got to vote for him. But I don't want to they feel. He doesn't deserve another term because he kind of got caught doing something. They're not sure what there are other people who feel that the, you know, he was unfairly targeted, and and there was one poll that sort of found a lot of support for the idea that he was only doing what they all do and he was singled out for it. So tell me a little bit about the Republican who came out to oppose Menendez. Bob Hubin had been the CEO and chairman of pharmaceutical company called cell, gene Corp, I've learned more about them than I ever do before they made cancer drugs. He was a Trump delegate in twenty sixteen in the Republican convention. He was a big backer of Chris Christie's presidential campaign. And then when Chris Christie Governor Chris Christie signed on and endorsed Trump. Hugo was also the New Jersey finance chairman for Trump for president. So he helped raise money for Trump's presidential campaign and contributed. He got into the race. He says because he thought New Jersey deserve better. And he didn't think Menendez should just be able to coast against some Republican who wasn't going to be able to raise enough money to compete and last night, the two guys Bob Hugenin Bob Menendez came together to debate, right? Their only debate and the campaign, puke and said, you're lying to me about what my drug company did Menendez says you're lying to me about what the government did. And what I did end is is to try and make this a debate about Donald Trump. That's because he doesn't wanna talk about anything about his record of corruption and failure. He will be another vote for Donald Trump. I will stand up to Donald Trump you said corruption and Menendez said Trump, and that's where the race stands. You know, I'm wondering looking at this race. I saw this statistic from five thirty eight and it said that usually corruption isn't a problem for representatives as long as they're in a partisan safe district. Like, if they're a democrat in a blue district or a Republican in a red district and looking at this Menendez situation, it just struck me that maybe in any other year, we would expect Menendez to actually win it. Actually, I think it's the other way. I mean, I think he would be a lot more trouble in a year that wasn't like this because this like of Trump in New Jersey is so high that what we thought were reliably red congressional districts are probably going to wing democratic or at least narrowly reelected Republican. That's the climate. He's running in if he weren't. Being in that climate. I think he'd be in a whole lot more trouble. The thing is though that Menendez has has built a long career of, you know, appealing to the powerbases New Jersey the environmentalists love him for you know, his opposition to offshore drilling. And you know, the unions like him because he supports, you know, their issues, especially prevailing wage and things like that. He becomes the champion of different groups, this group of people who really still finding on their superstorm sandy claims who rallied in his support after he was indicted, saying, you know, we need to save Bob Menendez because he went up at fought with FEMA over people claims people people were filing on their flood insurance and
"finance chairman" Discussed on WLOB
"So it was one point six million but he she received quarterly payments for two years so he paid her off every three months the first payment was scheduled for the first of december twenty seventeen broad he said in a statement i acknowledge i had a consensual relationship with the playboy playmate at the end of our relationship this woman shared with me that she was pregnant she alone decided that she did not want to continue with the pregnancy and i offered to help her financially during this difficult period cohen is involved in at least one other similar financial payoff plan where the woman who had sex with president trump's stormy daniels the brady nondisclosure agreement is similar in texts to the one cohen drafted for trump and daniels whose real name by the way stephanie clifford cohen and roy d were both picked to serve as deputy finance chairman of the rnc last april and january then rnc finance chairman steve wynn resigned from his post as a report surfaced that he had sexually harassed employees of the and his las vegas resort for years and so then i had much luck with finance folks so whether the orange see these days there trump folks and they tend to well they tend cat around a little bit it sounds like to me now my question is this is any of this illegal i can't get a straight answer from anybody i'm not saying that everybody's evading me i don't think anybody knows is it illegal to pay off a playboy bunny.
Elliott Broidy, RNC deputy finance chair, resigns amid reports of Playmate payoff
"That's right he has one now president trump's lawyer michael cohen arranged the one point six million dollars nondisclosure grooming between a prominent gop donor who was close pals with the commanderinchief and foreign playboy model impregnated new reports set friday wall street journal reported payoff that cohen arrange was for elliot brady a deputy finance chairman of the republican national committee brady and l a based venture capitalists works on the rnc's fundraising efforts with cohen a national deputy finance chairman i you saying it's fake news well hold your tongue because brady himself just said i acknowledge i had a consensual relationship with a playboy bunny in a statement provided to the wall street journal by a spokesman he continued at the end of our relationship this woman shared with me that she was pregnant.
Elliott Broidy, RNC deputy finance chair, resigns amid reports of Playmate payoff
"State and steering us into what iceberg as i say to you we were very glad to wake up yesterday and see that trump back down for a moment but at the end of the day i'm not so sure he backed down i think he may be waiting for a big strike then we considered he might conduct i ask you people of the savage nation why do you think the us is racing to war while the military itself is trying to constrain trump's war talk this is open mic to mic friday on the savage nation there's another thing i want to talk about michael cohen his lawyer records seized came out just minutes ago that he orchestrated a one point six million dollar payout to bury fair for an rnc donor that's right there's a new one now president trump's lawyer michael cohen arranged the one point six million dollar nondisclosure gruden between a prominent gop donor who was close pals with the commander in chief and four playboy model he impregnated new reports said friday wall street journal just reported it pay off that cohen arrange was for elliot boy d a deputy finance chairman of the republican national committee voitey l based venture capitalist works on the rnc's fundraising efforts with cohen a national deputy finance chairman.
Elliott Broidy, RNC deputy finance chair, resigns amid reports of Playmate payoff
"Jim gossip dot com find all sorts of great stop lying then guys very talented been around a long time doing that kind of stuff to now this rnc fundraiser i never heard of this do before elliott brady he's resigned from his post as deputy finance chairman of the republican national committee according to multiple reports today and this makes plain another reason why they were raining michael cohen's office this is after reports of he this is roy d and president trump's personal lawyer cohen paid off a former playboy playmate that he had impregnated reuters reported departure came just hours after the wall street journal published a report that he and michael cohen were involved in the one point six million dollar payoff cohen arranged a payment schedule between brady and his la based mistress so you can you can finance extortion so it was one point six million but he she received quarterly payments for two years so he paid her off every three months the first payment was scheduled for the first of december twenty seventeen brody said in a statement i acknowledge i had a consensual relationship with a playboy playmate at the end of our relationship this woman shared with me that she was pregnant she alone decided that she did not want to continue with the pregnancy and i offered to help her financially during this difficult period cohen is involved in least one other similar financial payoff plan where the woman who had sex with president trump's stormy daniels the brady nondisclosure agreement is similar in texts to the one cohen drafted for trump and daniels whose real name by the way stephanie clifford cohen and brady were both picked to serve as deputy finance chairman of the rnc last april and january then rnc finance chairman steve wynn resigned from his post as a report surfaced that he had sexually harassed employees of the and his las vegas resort for years and so then i had much luck with finance folks so whether the orange see these days they're they're trump folks and they tend to well they tend cat around a little bit it sounds like to me now my question is this is any of this illegal i can't get a straight answer from anybody i'm not saying that everybody's evading me i don't think he knows.
"finance chairman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The finance chairman he you know defends trump's most days of the week he was his go to guy on tax reform and so for him to come out and say yeah i wanna i wanna try to nullify these terrorists is a pretty big deal the complications for any legislation obviously is that trump has to be the one alternately sign it which complex which makes a little harder so that would essentially need to have enough support job right of me to so it it makes it harder and essentially impossible to actually use the legislative option would and narrower focus make things easier for republicans and i think that's probably the first step that they will take trump said last week that little tariffs will take effect in probably fifteen days so that does give lawmakers some time to go to the administration and tried to get you know certain countries exempted just trying to narrow and often these tariffs a little bit which is what they were trying to do while the administration was finalizing the tariffs so there's a question of how much the administration is willing to give to lawmakers and to give to those concerns but that you had leader mcconnell you'd speaker ryan very quickly say we wanna work with the administration to make sure these are narrowly targeted and don't accidents we start you know trade war how will this all play into the midterm elections yeah you you've heard a lot of republican lawmakers say you know we just passed the tax bill at the last year that's really their big midterm messaging republicans so you know we're able to cut taxes and help grow the economy and they are very concerned that if he's terrorists go forward it'll negatively impact the economy will kind of undo what they feel like they've done with with tax reform in what way will the economy be impacted here i think they were just kind of watching how the market initially reacted to whenever the administration floated these tariffs and while you can't automatically say you know terrorist speculation is the only reason the market does what it does they seemed like they were definitely keeping an eye on that you mentioned that this could lead to more problems down the road how so so i was talking to senator cornyn and then he was also an energy conference on on friday and one thing there kind.
"finance chairman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The finance chairman he you know defends trump's most days of the week he was his go to guy on tax reform and so for him to come out and say yeah i wanna i wanna try to nullify these terrorists is a pretty big deal the complications for any legislation obviously is that trump has to be the one alternately sinus which complex which makes it a little harder so they would essentially need to have enough support job right of veto so it it makes it harder and essentially impossible to actually use the legislative options would and narrower focus make things easier for republicans and i think that's probably the first step that they will take trump said last week that little tariffs will take effect in probably fifteen days so that does give lawmakers some time to go to the administration and tried to get you know certain countries exempted are just trying to narrow and soften these tariff a little bit which is what they were trying to do while the administration was finalizing the tariffs so there's a question of how much the administration is willing to give to lawmakers and to give to those concerns but that you had you know leader mcconnell you'd speaker ryan gary quickly say we wanna work with the ministration to make sure these are narrowly targeted and don't act silently start trade war how will this all play into the midterm elections yeah you you've heard a lot of republican lawmakers say you know we just passed the tax bill at the end of last year that's really their big midterm messaging republicans you know we're able to cut taxes and help grow the economy and they are very concerned that if these terrorists go forward it'll negatively impact the economy will kind of undo what they feel like they've done with with tax reform.
"finance chairman" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"David is i cannot miss my old job because my old job doesn't exist they don't govern other committees don't govern the way they did everything had to go through committees in those days so you know i mean in that first year of the chairman moynihan running the finance committee me running the staff at the finance committee we had to do nafta we had to do the world trade agreement we had to do the big budget deal which was a tax increase and i'm proud to say the biggest tax increase in history at the time and because if you're going to do one and so along you were utterly touch the of board of health care yes and the entire hillary clinton healthcare crusade had to come through that committee of welfare reform was moving through that committee because it has jurisdiction over virtually everything and and so it it it and and it was real you know i mean there was nothing hillary clinton was going to be able to do with her bill without coming through this committee in now well it's not the way anything is done in washington they only even go the committee's the committee's the chairman r r puppets especially on the republican side they don't even pretend to function in that committee and i saw it on the tax tax bill a massive piece of legislation that was whisked through with and i can really know what it was like for me to watch orrin hatch as the chairman of that committee who used to be a very reasonable republican member of that committee one i was working on that committee to watch him completely surrender his job as finance chairman to basically to mitch mcconnell who malfunctions as the chairman of all these senate committees it it's a horrible process to watch but you know it it means i i can't miss my job because they basically abolished of my job not not that long after i left it just became disfunctional and a lot of this i mean i.
"finance chairman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are the numbers you know i think the the bottom line is that it confirms some trains that we've been seeing certainly the rnc fundraising figures have been helped a lot by trump i think it will be very interesting to see you know where that goes now because there was some very big news about the rnc the finance chairman the main fundraiser for the rnc steve wynn was forced to resign because of it a scandal that he's now involved in he which he you know his denies but is involved in the investigation now so but apart from the rnc i think that there was a lot of positive news for democrats in terms of candidate fundraising which we've talked about before and that seems to be continuing there's a lot of democratic challengers that are raising a large amounts of money to try to flit republican seats in the house that the democrats have to take about 24 seats they also have some historical advantages in terms of the party in control of the white house usually faces losses so and then i was just looking at numbers superpac numbers which are there's there are super packs aligned with the democratic and republican leaders in the house and senate uh these are groups that raise large contributions from wealthy individuals corporations and unions and they are raising records record amounts as well a really on both sides the the republican republicans are leading with the house they're how superpac but the democrats are actually leading welfare senate superpac raising about almost twice as much money as the republicans so i think the bottom line is its competitive and it's going to be more money than we've ever seen in a midterm election i think you can safely predict that while it let's then get to those numbers i was a looking at on and the and the story on the term and all the rnc said it had raised one hundred thirty two million during a 2017 and the dnc reported a sixty five sixty five main so that's the to at half of antigen now and the end the dnc ended up with almost no money i mean they had like six million in cash but almost six but about the same amount and dead so the dnc clearly has had some problems i'm in its oregon it you know they have a new leadership and i think.
"finance chairman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"However speaking with bloomberg this week dnc chairman tom perez says he isn't worried about it the notion that republicans have out raised democrats is not a new proposition back in two thousand and five the republican national committee out raise the democratic national committee to the one that we took over the house of representatives in two thousand and six nobody knows the numbers better than can doyle our senior editor for bloomberg government money and politics a report is in our bloomberg 991 studios in washington and can what are the numbers you know i think the the bottom line is that it confirms some trains that we've been seeing certainly the rnc fundraising figures have been helped a lot by trump i think it will be very interesting to see you know where that goes now because there was some very big news about the rnc the fire finance chairman the main fundraiser for the rnc steve wynn was forced to resign because of it a scandal that he's now involved in day which he you know his denies but is involved in the investigation now so but apart from the rnc i think that there was a lot of positive news for democrats in terms of candidate fundraising which we've talked about before and that seems to be continuing there's a lot of democratic challengers that are raising a large amounts of money to try to flip republican seats in the house that the democrats have to take about twenty four seats they also have some historical advantages in terms of the party in control of the.
"finance chairman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"People are going to be trying to cater to their base to give their own vote saw we heard from conservative talk show radio host chris buskirk this morning he said the president's proposals over the top is their concern that this could cause of the prison space to feel as if he has not follow through on campaign promises i don't think so because he was very clear that it has to be in conjunction with increase border security uh the end of chain migration and that diversity lotteries south there's there's gifts for everyone uh debt that's recognize the president's compromise he i and i think his base knows he has to work with democrats to get this passed a if so it's gonna be interesting with the democrats because i do think the 2018 democrat who ran on a protecting the dreamers are going to be more inclined to work with the president but those 2020 democrats running for president already are going to be the ones who are gonna be less inclined to make a deal before let you go i wanna ask you about steve wynn he's the former finance chairman of the of the rnc dismissed from up job after allegations of sexual abuse surfaced win has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars at least two republican candidates in organizations over the years should that money be returned while this has been such a travelling time and the allegations are good credibly type troubling troubling enough that within 24 hours i had accepted his resignation as finance chairman we took swift action time there complained that post we only of seconds left do you think that money should go back well there's going to be an investigation if wrongdoing is found absolutely that money will go back although harvey weinstein a p the democrats republicans accused democrats of not returning money from harvey weinstein remedial hurry wind singing admitted wrongdoing out.
"finance chairman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Up at 600 three here on wbz's traffic on the threes here's david thank you wbz news time 554 here again the fourday wbz accuweather forecast with accu weather i'm meteorologist brian thompson cloudy and mild today will some rain and drizzle this morning that will linger into the afternoon hours on the south coast in cape temperatures most but it will be near fifty mostly cloudy tonight low thirty four a colder day tomorrow with a good deal of cloud size thirty seven other likely be some snow from late tomorrow inner tomorrow night on the south shore in cape that could accumulated coating to enter to make things a little slippery by tuesday clouds us of sunshine briska chilly high near thirty mostly sunny wednesday with cold with a high of twenty nine i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio 1030 right now light rain in forty seven degrees in bo boston wbz news time 555 in other news casino mogul steve wynn has resigned as chief a fundraiser for the republican party arm term folder in washington was the latest intersection of politics on the current cycle of sexual misbehavior allegations ones against a world publicize las vegas casinos zillion air steve wynn have what to his resignation as chief monte razor for the republican national committee when denies the harassment allegations what he has stepped down as rnc finance chairman uv va professor and political analyst larry sabato by skype the republicans have replaced win the question remains though are they going to give back the money or are they going to contributed to chair that's generally what democrats who've done with the money contributed to them by people who've been caught up in the sexual harassment scandals how much role at all murder and today's news cycle which go so quickly people forget about this and move on and people who want to give to the republican party will continue to give to the republican party regardless of who the finance chair is cbs news political consultant leonard steinhorn tom foty cbs news washington thank you tom wbz news time 556 a very sweet trade is now in store for patriots fans who attend tomorrow morning sendoff rally at gillette stadium wbz's came time cut tunnicliff she spoke with the owner of montille owes bakery about what he's now whipping up.
"finance chairman" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The laura hey gene a b c losses said orange county a few mula station rnc resignation victims fund i'm barbara kusak casino mogul steve wynn resigned from his position as finance chair for the republican national committee amid controversy over alleged sexual misconduct democratic congressman john monte says what happens in vegas not staying in vegas there's going to be a lot of money returned that certainly happened with the stage situation and if this place itself out were what were less than one day and that this whole thing as it plays itself out uh i think we'll find there's going to be a lot of uh a lot of questions raised about who's received money from steve win michigan lieutenant governor brian kelly calling on michigan state university to establish a fund to compensate victims of larry nassar sexual abuse kelly tells the detroit free press that the fund will likely need hundreds of millions of dollars the taliban said it carried out a suicide car bomb attack in kabul that left at least ninety five dead one hundred and fifty eight wounded correspondent nick payton walsh says it's the deadliest insurgent attack in afghanistan so far this year this was in the securest part wary of kabul moving european commission other diplomatic missions as well and an enormous hospital to go through one checkpoint than the police took the mon than they detonated the bomb florida senator marco rubio said he has fired his chief of staff after getting reports of improper conduct with subordinate staffers listeria concerns have led to the recall of some frozen meatballs rich products.
"finance chairman" Discussed on WDRC
"Today is finance chairman of the republican national committee or allegations of sexual misconduct first reported by the wall street journal one of the more damning allegations comes from a manicurist who accuses win of forcing her to have sex with them back in two thousand and five according to the journal win later paid the woman seven and a half million dollars in a settlement fox will car steve wynn continuing to deny the allegations democrats meantime turning up the heat on republicans in congress to solidify the deferred action for childhood arrivals were decker program legalizing immigrant children balked view us illegally f a vote came up on daca on protection for these rumors for these young people it would pass overwhelmingly in the house and the senate for the republic who comes refused to even give us a vote washington's day congressman adam smith delivering me democratic weekly address the congressional debate on daca and immigration schedule next month michigan's attorney general announcing an investigation into michigan state university after the sentencing of sports dr larry nassar to one hundred seventy five years in jail for sexually molesting more than one hundred fifty girls and women including some connected with the olympic team attorney general bill schutte i've often said that there is one system of justice and the rules from club plight everybody the same way one set of rules i'm instructed my departments as his priority one this investigation michigan state's presidents submitting her resignation on wednesday the day nasser was sentenced meantime michigan lieutenant governor brian kelly is calling on michigan state university to establish a fund compensating victims of.
"finance chairman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Finance chairman of the republican national committee or allegations of sexual misconduct first reported by the wall street journal one of the more damning allegations comes from manicurist who accuses when a forcing her to have sex with them back in two thousand and five according to the journal win later paid the woman seven and a half million dollars in a settlement boxes will car steve wynn continuing to deny the allegations democrats meantime turning up the heat on republicans in congress to solidify the deferred action for childhood arrivals were decker program legalizing immigrant children brought to the us illegally f a vote came up on daca on protection for these rumors for these young people it would pass overwhelmingly in the house and the senate that the republicans we feel news to even give us about washington's day congressman adam smith delivering me democratic weekly address the congressional debate on daca and immigration schedule next month michigan's attorney general announcing an investigation into in michigan state university after the sentencing of sports dr larry nassar to one hundred seventy five years in jail for sexually molesting more than one hundred fifty girls and women including some connected with the olympic teen attorney general bill schutte i've often said that there is one system of justice and the rules of apply to everybody the same way one set of rules i'm instructed might apartment this his priority one this investigation michigan state's presidents submitting her resignation on wednesday the day nasser was sentenced meantime michigan's lieutenant governor brian kelly is calling on michigan state university to establish a fund compensating victims of larry nassar sexual abuse kelly telling the detroit free press that the fund will likely need hundreds of millions of dollars to operate properly fox.
"finance chairman" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Today is finance chairman of the republican national committee amid allegations of sexual misconduct first reported in the wall street journal the board of directors of wynn resorts tells us it has formed a special committee to look into the allegations the company's stock took a nosedive after the news broke on friday the journal detailing a number of alleged sexual misconduct reports against when he's a larger than life figure las vegas oxes will car steve wynn denying the allegations president trump condemning a suicide carbomb attack in the afghan capital of kabul that killed at least ninety five people and wounded almost one hundred sixty others for president saying all countries should take decisive action against the taliban which has claimed responsibility for today's tech mr trump adding the attack news the us resolve with its afghan partners president back in dc likely working on tuesday night state of the union address in his immigration proposal to eventually grant citizenship to up to one point eight million socalled dreamers in return the white house does want democrats to agree to twenty five billion dollars to create a trust fund for a border wall also the end of chain migration and the visa lottery system to the president is still maintaining he does want to help keep the dreamers in the united states the senate minority leader chuck schumer has rejected the president's proposal and has said that he's taken funding for a border wall off the table fox's rejete sanath white house secretary of state rex tillerson recognising today's international holocaust remembrance day in poland couch wish birkenau was a place of unimaginable horror film this occasion that reminds us we we can never we can never be indifferent to the face of evil secretary tillerson speaking at a monument to those lost in the 1943 warsaw ghetto uprising fox news fair and balanced.
"finance chairman" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"More stuff and you get less and less services less quality of services which is what we've seen from our government and i think it's kind of a ubiquitous nationwide thing probably depending on certain areas were certain things are are are demanded and held accountable um that this is something that we're not going to handle anymore i'm not gonna sit there and watch his truckers are getting told and we're borrowing money to fix roads and bridges as it literally falling down in some cases or about to fall down i should say and then sit there and go use my credit card to go barsum money for a baseball stadium so budget dudes are already rich and get more rich it's the whole which this not what are known are our risk is four now greater will not put any money out supposedly but we'll have a debt payment and if this thing there's a workout right and we'll have even more debt payment this is a culture shift whose time has come in my opinion these are my opinions this is a culture shift whose time has come if you want it you built it none of you build it they will come if you pay for it and if that means you go find some other sucker someplace else say lousy the idea that day at the very least have to offer up there uh your balance statement here to tell show everybody of the profits and losses are is to me a absolute must i agree with the senate for finance chairman i agree with the governor governor raimondo is right on this let's say if they want to go ahead though they want to give an assessment but who who can actually do the assessment that has credibility what government entity the you know there is a financial expertise and understanding that could come out of the could convince you of a thumbs up see this is one of the things when i talk to you about things like this folks know who's hopefully you following me this right but what my numbers 438 wpro the tollfree numbers one eight hundred three to one wpro we're talking about the governor today a gene show uh basically said that we we will we will be able to look at the senate i.
"finance chairman" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The tollfree numbers one eight hundred three to one wpro so the governor says that's a line of demarcation the senate the so finance chairman says now that's a line of demarcation where we need to see this financial issue we need to see this financial information from the team they're balance sheet we need to go take a look behind the curtain and i think it's a good thing now whether or not you trust them to give you the accurate information and to take to characterize it properly that's the question i here for you all right so let's ask it at four three eight wpro the tollfree number one eight hundred three to one wpro john is in providence john welcomed met aljehad john our job in providence anymore a little wild act ri with john is out there someplace they are if i worked for any of those people were thought it without a public borrowing and and to balance within the only reason why i still would thirty on our hot radio is the sheraton payment because a lot of air and i don't have any financial record afater point it it it it the puppy early if it if it if it if it were about i know people there that are going to be affected by all these wonderful pursuit of a kickoff smith hill make it will be out at weipa more but we'll see what happened and the only way you can you're going to be a say in a best picture the best political desertion for herself in her career when it comes to making a decision on whether or not she'd had a veto were up at the old well i mean they listen that's that's one of the things about being a politician specifically her i mean you're right i mean she's was acquitted hundred of america no matter what a critical water state if it's what's what kind of had what she wants it to be who she ought to be good for her wiped out the fish to work for her so somehow bennett reeker work burt even if the new the new stadiums falling into the river well coming up what we have people at work well look it's going to it is a place for the ducks the now john thanks for the that was pretty funny 438 wpro the tollfree number one eight hundred three to one.