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Where Is the Evidence That Trump Directed an Attack to the Capitol?

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

Where Is the Evidence That Trump Directed an Attack to the Capitol?

"And a question for the New York slimes and Maggie haberman I have a question for the Washington compost and Fred Ryan I have a question for the constipated news network a question for MS LSD a question for all the media All of it Where is the direct evidence of any kind In any form electronic mechanical documents witness testimony of any kind Of any direct evidence Any That Donald Trump directed anyone to attack the capitol or Congress Where is it We're going into our 8th public hearing You would think if this committee had it with its 1000 witnesses and hundreds of thousands of documents and it's one way show We would know about it Even the haters who now work at the view and CNN and MSNBC are right self serving book The grifters Liz Cheney Adam kinger The Democrats Where is it Where is there a statement Is there a text Is there a witness direct order Is there conversation Is there anything that you tell it to Bill Barr He didn't say that Did he tell it the cipollone He didn't say it But he told hirschman he didn't say it Nobody has said it Even Cassidy didn't say it

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"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:48 min | Last month

"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Radio's hell raising an intellectual call now. 877-381-3811. And a question for the New York slimes and Maggie haberman. I have a question for the Washington compost and Fred Ryan. I have a question for the constipated news network a question for MS LSD a question for all the media. All of it. Where is the direct evidence of any kind? In any form, electronic, mechanical, documents, witness testimony, of any kind. Of any direct evidence. Any. That Donald Trump directed anyone to attack the capitol or Congress. Where is it? We're going into our 8th public hearing. You would think if this committee had it, with its 1000 witnesses and hundreds of thousands of documents, and it's one way show. We would know about it. Even the haters, who now work at the view and CNN and MSNBC are right self serving book. The grifters. Liz Cheney Adam kinger. The Democrats. Where is it? Where is there a statement? Is there a text? Is there a witness direct order? Is there conversation? Is there anything that you tell it to Bill Barr? He didn't say that. Did he tell it the cipollone? He didn't say it. But he told hirschman, he didn't say it. Nobody has said it. Even Cassidy didn't say it. Now, ladies and gentlemen, what does it say silent insurrection? How do you have a silent insurrection? How do you organize an insurrection? How do you attack the Congress and the capital? When there's no orders, there's no fingerprints. There's no DNA. There's nothing. Absolutely nothing. I'm not talking about innuendo. I'm not talking about somebody's opinion. I'm not talking about hearsay. I'm not talking about witnesses. Who've been charged, made plea deals are convicted. Or trying to get their sentences reduced, somehow heard coded messages from Donald Trump somewhere somehow. He told us to come to the capitol. I thought he meant break in and attack the police. No, I'm not asking about that. Because that's bullcrap. This is the most secret insurrection that one can imagine. Insurrection day put it on your calendar. It's up there with Juneteenth, which we apparently celebrate. On June 20th. There was no call for an insurrection. There was no call for violence. They'd been looking. They've had witnesses multiple times in secret. They've had people in their dungeon interviewing them under penalty of perjury. They have nothing, nothing. Zero, because it never happened, like Russia collusion. So if we just replace it with the word insurrection, because that happens to be in the Fourteenth Amendment. Section three. And that's their focus. Like I just said, this is a very important program. Very important. I would ask the legal analysts out there. Give us the evidence. Not your inferences. That's circumstantial this or circumstantial that. Well, he didn't do this. And I didn't ask you that. There's not one word, not one sentence, not one syllable that they can tie to Donald Trump and their thousand witnesses. Implicating Donald Trump in leading any kind of an insurrection, ladies and gentlemen, you know what an insurrection is? That's a big deal. Even as saw wisenheimer, I think even saw wisenheimer with conclude, former independent counsel. Now not really. Moronic. But you get my point. Even our friend Amy McCarthy, I think, would have to admit. There's nothing. And he's been looking. Our friends at national view. Never trumpets have been looking their desperately looking. Even the Washington examiner editorial page, even The Wall Street Journal editorial. I would challenge them. Can you please provide us with direct evidence? If you're going to accuse a man of all kinds of things, if this committee is going to accuse him of an insurrection, let's see it. Let's say it. Proud Boys. Donald Trump contact the Proud Boys? You'd have to have more than one phone call. But did he? And tell them, January 6th is a day boys. I'm proud of you. That's why

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Reagan Library Chair Fred Ryan Hates Trump & Hates You

Mark Levin

01:03 min | Last month

Reagan Library Chair Fred Ryan Hates Trump & Hates You

"Liz Cheney last night was at the Reagan library The Reagan library has been taken over by hostile forces the chairman of the Reagan library is the CEO of The Washington Post His name is Fred Ryan Fred Ryan hates Donald Trump In other words Fred Ryan hates you Many of us who served with and for Ronald dragon And a door Ronald Reagan need to know That the Reagan library now has been taken over By a never trumper and a rhino That's why he runs The Washington Post And runs the Reagan library His name is Fred Ryan And as long as Fred Ryan is chairman unfortunately I will not be able to attend the Reagan library Liz Cheney was there yesterday Using Ronald Reagan's name to attack Donald Trump Liz Cheney is a serial liar

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"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:34 min | Last month

"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"This guy Fred Ryan weaseled his way up to the top. And into the Reagan family. He was an advanced man when he started. And he became chief of staff to president Reagan when he retired. And he weaseled himself under the library board. Weasel himself into their private lives. Weasel themself into The Washington Post corporation. Weaseling himself all over the place. And look, Kelly's destroying the Reagan library. And look how his newspaper is destroying the country. Fred Ryan. You can Google his name, take a look. Pretty boy. So he embraces Lynne Cheney, Lynne Cheney. At the Reagan presidential library. Where they packed the audience, with Cheney supporters, because reaganites would never go. They would never go. She says you can not be loyal to Trump and to the constitution. Who the hell does she think she is? Who the hell does she think she is? It's grotesque. Trump is a domestic threat. Trump is a domestic threat. This is why they don't have an opposition, exculpatory evidence, contrary witnesses, challenges and motions, because she is free, the blasphemy, Trump, his supporters, other individuals, and to use Reagan's name while she does it. Her father never supported Reagan. Her father was a bushy, and before that, her father was a Ford guy. The Chinese were never recognized, ever. Intel was a faded complete that he would win the nomination in 1980 and 84. But before that, no way. Any more than the bushes were. Any more than McConnell was. You see, ladies and gentlemen, Ronald Reagan was an outsider. Ronald Reagan had to fight the Republican establishment. Ronald Reagan had to fight

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"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 4 months ago

The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

"Let's see here Why don't we pull up the Reagan library mister producer the speakers that let's see here I'm just curious The executive team speakers maybe I'll have to do this after the break because I can't do it while I'm on the air Reagan library speakers Let's see what kind of people they've had here I know Ryan hates Trump Fred Ryan and Paul Ryan and noonan and the rest of them I know that Let's see the speakers line up here Oh look at this one Representative Liz Cheney This is the 2022 lineup of speakers You ready for this folks She's listening Ross do Todd of The New York Times Joni Ernst good lady Micah Garcia good guy Larry Hogan governor of Maryland Mitch McConnell condi rice again a good lady but not oregano senator Ben sasse So all the Trump haters many of them Liz Cheney Larry Hogan Mitch McConnell Ben sasse You have here individuals in the case of Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell was never recognized 76 he back for it Larry Hogan was never ranking guy He's a liberal Republican is more Democrat So you really do have to ask you look at the lineup of the speakers here It's really quite remarkable

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"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It's really a shocking It's unacceptable and here's the other thing Mark is that the Reagan family And I don't mean just the personal family but The White House family the people that protect the Ronald Reagan legacy They allowed Fred Ryan to single handedly hone the legacy of Ronald Reagan into whatever Fred Ryan wants it to be I would argue that it's very inconsistent right now with who Ronald Reagan is Let me give you one perfect example And this is the situation that set me off Listening to secretary defense Lloyd Austin Go and be welcomed at the Ronald Reagan library to host the Reagan defense form To be ushered in national television and to be allowed to talk about China without saying a word about the incredible failure of Afghanistan We're just a few weeks away from this awful fallout and embarrassment for the United States And our defense secretary is bumbling through an interview and giving a speech on China and avoiding every possible question or push to answer some basic questions Why did we leave 10% of the Americans behind Ronald Reagan would have never led ten left 10% of the people behind And yet our Secretary of Defense is at the Reagan library not even answering the question mark Think

Ric Grenell: Fred Ryan's Management of Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Is Inconsistent

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 9 months ago

Ric Grenell: Fred Ryan's Management of Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Is Inconsistent

"It's really a shocking It's unacceptable and here's the other thing Mark is that the Reagan family And I don't mean just the personal family but The White House family the people that protect the Ronald Reagan legacy They allowed Fred Ryan to single handedly hone the legacy of Ronald Reagan into whatever Fred Ryan wants it to be I would argue that it's very inconsistent right now with who Ronald Reagan is Let me give you one perfect example And this is the situation that set me off Listening to secretary defense Lloyd Austin Go and be welcomed at the Ronald Reagan library to host the Reagan defense form To be ushered in national television and to be allowed to talk about China without saying a word about the incredible failure of Afghanistan We're just a few weeks away from this awful fallout and embarrassment for the United States And our defense secretary is bumbling through an interview and giving a speech on China and avoiding every possible question or push to answer some basic questions Why did we leave 10% of the Americans behind Ronald Reagan would have never led ten left 10% of the people behind And yet our Secretary of Defense is at the Reagan library not even answering the question mark Think

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Ric Grenell: What's Happened to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library?

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 9 months ago

Ric Grenell: What's Happened to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library?

"Things I saw a Twitter and I agree a 100% What in the hell has happened to the Reagan library Yeah Boy I'll tell you it's certainly not what the Ronald Reagan message and legacy should be And I would say Ronald Reagan was somebody who always wanted to stand up for America and conservative values And yet I think typical of people who manage legacies of great people it begins to morph into their own ideas of what the former president should be or the figure should be And I think that's what's happened here I mean most people are really shocked to find out that the very powerful long-term chairman of the Ronald Reagan presidential library and foundation is also the handpicked guy who runs The Washington Post the CEO The CEO head of the board And he's somebody that The Washington Post crowd really likes because he's been there for a very long time as well It's hard for me to think about somebody doing both jobs in a good way in a way that keeps true to what the mission is but somehow Fred Ryan has

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Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 9 months ago

Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

"The is not even an intelligent person You know they used to have Tim Russert that guy was unbelievable And before him Joel spivak and then they purposely lower their stainless but I have a question folks Here's the anchor on meet the press right What's his race mister White They have their Sunday show on ABC George Stephanie what's his race White They have a Sunday show on CBS nobody watches it What's his or her race White Isn't that amazing Jeff mother Zucker What's his ray He's white I can go right down the list Let's look at AT&T Board a director see ya White What's that all about The ownership of The New York Times always has been white they're immigrants Oh Look at The Washington Post who's at the head of The Washington Post a guy named Fred Ryan White Why does white can be That amazing An activity cross is there talking about truck drivers truck drivers She's met truck drivers and most of them she happens to know an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 We can't have that in America No no no In Tiffany what have you done for your country What have you done for anybody What have you done for black people Nothing You're a loser All you do is attack people

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"fred ryan" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

Unreserved Wine Talk

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

"List of every wine that he served while he was president. And you can see you provided on this date. The specific date what was served. How much of it was served ranging from madera to the ryan's of roan. I mean all the different wines if he served the volume that was served each occasion. It's a phenomenal historic record to show you how much attention a president of the united states would stand on the winds it. He was serving to his guests at the white house. I so meticulous i. I'm surprised at time for writing policy in that well and drafted the constitution. So i guess it was a man of many talents. So let's look at this. Oh this is next related to jefferson alluded to it in my intro. Tell us what's engraved on this bottle. Yes it's a very old state bottle from that period and it has the date seventeen eighty seven feet all in grave on the side. There's no paper level of course and then at the bottom. It has t j and that bottle had a very interesting history in the mid eighties as you may recall this collection of undiscovered rare wines was made by a fellow over in paris and he indicated that he was doing some construction work on his house and knocked out a wall behind the wall. Where these bottles of lafitte. And other top wines from the eighteenth century and this one particularly had tj on the side defeat and it turned out that was the same year that thomas jefferson was there and it was known that he enjoyed the feet and he would use the initials tj so. This wine was reviewed by all the experts at went to auction and malcolm forbes great american publisher and his son kip forbes. Also tremendous wine enthusiasts a great business person decided. They wanted to buy the bottle of wine and it had been certified. As original christie's auction was taking place in london so the forbes had a museum in new york that they wanted to put it on display so kip forbes flew to london he bet on this the bidding went back and forth and back and forth got out of hand in the end he paid a hundred and fifty five thousand dollars for the single bottle of wine. Now put it on his private plane. He flew back to new york. Put it on display in the museum and unfortunately the curatorial staff in the museum had really not considered the delicacy of the item. They were displaying. And after it had been on display for a while the court loosened and sunk inside the bottle and the contents were destroyed. So is a very expensive investment that was lost and then to compound things. Another wine collector purchased some bottles that were believed to have been from thomas jefferson and he wasn't sure so he hired a team including former fbi forensic agents track the bottle in to find out what was happening in turned out. They discovered that the graving was not done by hand. It was done by a power tool and no power goals existed of course in history and the bottles were fake and the are that the other bottles as well. we're fake and that word got back to mocking forbes so he had a great line he just dismissed the whole thing and he said i just wish thomas jefferson had drank the damn bottle. I hope. Gosh that's a great story. Oh my gosh one of those bottles. Is that the basis for the book. Billionaire's vinegar exactly greener vinegar talks about this bottle and other ones that. A fellow named coke from florida. Who is an incredible line collector who would purchase number of these bottles and he was determined to get to the truth and he's the one who hired the experts to trace this. Get to a final decision on. Well if you have the means to buy the mine. I'm sure you have the means to investigate it so on him all right. Well let's keep going to the seventh president of the united states. Andrew jackson tell us about the inauguration and his love for wine. Well jackson was considered a kind of a frontier common man. That was kind of a term used to describe him. He decided that he wanted to have an open inauguration so they basically get to open. The gates of the white house opened the doors. The white house in that anybody who wanted to and it turned into a drunken brawl. People were jammed in the place. They were pulling drawers out to see what was in there. They were crawling in and out of the windows. It was a absolute masks. It was out of control end smartly. The path in the white house decided the only way to end. It was to take the alcohol out of the white house was being served and put it in the front lawn and that would move the crowd outside because they wanted to drink more so they finally were able to get things under control by moving the alcohol outside so the crowd could drink it there but despite his reputation as a common frontier man jackson was ranked pretty high when it came to the president and the amount of wine they served in the quality of line they served. He made sure his guest for after the inaugural were well entertained. Well as he himself was did he. Die of gout steph over the president's Died of doubt into roasted the liver so there may have been indulging a little bit too much alcohol time very dedicated to making sure everyone had a good time at the way gus. Now we get the opposite. Extreme with rutherford b hayes. The nineteenth president eighteen seventy seven to eighteen eighty one. His wife had a nickname. Well i think a lot of us know that prohibitions took place. The united states and that was nineteen twenty and eighteen thirty three where the constitution lod alcohol. But before that there was a movement called the temperance movement and it was kind of somewhat religious driven and woven and out of politics and different regions of the country but the temperance movement gained strength the different periods and rutherford b. Hayes was president during a time when the temperance movement was strong and his wife. Lucy hayes was one of the temperance leaders and they had a dilemma. Because at the beginning of his administration in eighteen seventy seven there was a very important state visit. There was coming to the white house it was. The son of the russians are who at that time that was very important relationship. The united states and the diplomats were saying. Of course you must serve alcohol. This is a visiting head of state. It will be full pau if we did not and she was hesitant but the haze is finally relented and allowed the alcohol to be served. It was the only time during the entire presence for four years at alcohol is allowed in the white house. And this hayes. Lucy hayes took this beautiful glassware that we're talking about earlier these decanters and beautiful glasses and she used them only for their service to fruit juice so she was given the nickname lemonade. Lucy differ fruit juice. That served at the white house. Well that would be no fun there you go. You have all types. This whole range is just amazing in terms of presidents in their relationships to wine. now president. Woodrow wilson what did he do. The vol stock act was the one that enacted prohibition but what did he do on the first. I guess reading if you call it of the bolstered at what was his approach. That's as far as we're talking about a moment ago. 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"fred ryan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"About here talk about his own they're the only four Democrats who voted against any type of humanitarian aid the only for counselor to the president kellyanne Conway speaking with reporters in the White House driveway on her way into the White House and while she was speaking the president on his way to the Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens passed away last Thursday in Florida the ceremony was held in the great hall earlier today and the justice lies in repose now in the great hall there's word the president tweeting that he and First Lady malattia will visit and pay their respects to justice Stevens and the crowd in line waiting to pay their respects are now have now been halted to await the arrival of the president and you can watch all of this right now on C. span to live pictures from the great hall of the Supreme Court well several questions posed to kellyanne Conway and some of them included tweets and remarks the president has made about what are being referred to as the squad for freshman democratic Congress woman also talking about the president's meeting today with the prime minister of Pakistan C-SPAN cameras will cover any comments the two leaders may have that will be later in the day but right now we take you back to early today and continue our road to the White House twenty twenty with senator any club chart of Minnesota she appeared at a Washington post live event and this lasts about an hour she's interviewed by Washington post journalist Acosta this is an hour good morning everyone welcome to The Washington Post I'm Fred Ryan publisher and I like to thank you for joining us this morning today is the latest installment in our Washington post live twenty twenty candidates series we're pleased to present these in depth one on one interviews which explore the qualifications and the priorities of the men and women seeking to become the next president of the United States our guest this morning is Minnesota senator any club which are after distinguished legal career in two thousand six she became the first woman elected to the United States Senate from Minnesota now in her third term senator clover chars earned a reputation as a prolific lawmaker and has one of the Senate's best track record when it comes to getting her bills enacted into law she's in dues introduced more legislation than any other Senate Democrats this morning we'll hear from senator clover charm about how she would shape the policy landscape as president including her views on issues ranging from climate change to infrastructure to health care recently senator clover char outline more than one hundred things she would do during her first Hundred Days as president we probably won't get in all one hundred today but let's get started please welcome center club which are in the Washington post's Robert Costa.

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"No indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. President. Does he not understand the struggle a middle class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security as radio news. The Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnists Jamal kashogi who was killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in this whole Turkey post publisher. And CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights nation in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the council at an early October as his fiancee waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks that he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging that the brutal slaying kingdom indicted eleven people over the killing and announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing a strain..

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. This president. Does he understand the struggle a middle class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before special agents financial security is national security. This is AP radio news, the Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who was killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the council at in early October as his fiancee's waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging that the brutal slave kingdom. Indicted eleven people over the killing at announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing a strain. The decades long ties Saudi Arabia enjoys with the United States. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire authorities.

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. President. Does he not understand the struggle a middle class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security and says AP radio news, the Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who was killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuffing out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the consulate in early October as his fiancee waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging the brutal slaying kingdom indicted eleven people over the killing at announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing his strain..

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"Everybody. There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. Is this president? Does he understand the struggle middleclass people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security says AP radio news, the Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in this whole Turkey post publisher. And CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the consulate in early October as his fiancee's waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging the brutal slaying kingdom indicted eleven people over the killing at announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing a strain. The decades long ties Saudi Arabia enjoys with the United States. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire authorities.

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"Everybody. There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. This president. Does he understand the struggle a middle class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security as says AP radio news, the Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who was killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in this whole Turkey post publisher. And CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the consulate in early October as his fiancee waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging the brutal slave kingdom. Indicted eleven people over the killing and announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them..

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"Everybody there's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. This president. Does he understand the struggle a middle class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before special agents financial security is national security as his AP radio news. The Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who was killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who had callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the consulate in early October as his fiancee waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks that he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging the brutal slave kingdom. Indicted eleven people over the killing and announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing his strain..

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"Everybody. There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. This president. Does he understand the struggle a class people in this country? FBI agents association Senate petitioned to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before special agents financial security is national security as his AP radio news. The Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who was killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the council at an early October as his fiancee's waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging the brutal slave kingdom. Indicted eleven people over the killing it announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing strain..

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. President. Does he understand the struggle a middle class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security says AP radio news, the Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnists Jamal kashogi who killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the council at an early October as fiancee's waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks. He had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging that the brutal slave kingdom. Indicted eleven people over the killing and announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing a strain..

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"Everybody. There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. This president. Does he understand the struggle? In this country. FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately. So president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security. This is AP radio news, the Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the consulate in early October as his fiancee waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed the story. Ultimately, acknowledging that the brutal slaying kingdom indicted eleven people over the killing and announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them. His killing a strain. The decades long ties Saudi Arabia enjoys with the United States..

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which hits the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. Is this president? Does he understand the struggle middle class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security as his AP radio news. The Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who was killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuff them out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the council at an early October as his fiancee waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed. Story ultimately, acknowledging the brutal slave kingdom. Indicted eleven people over the killing at announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing a strain. The decades long ties Saudi Arabia enjoys with the United States. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire authorities in.

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"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fred ryan" Discussed on AP News

"Everybody. There's no indication securing the funding will lead to an end to the partial government shutdown which it's the three week Mark tomorrow. It's also the first miss payday for the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown union. President Randy Irwin tells a rally in Washington. The president doesn't seem to care. President. Does he not understand the struggle a class people in this country? FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fully fund the FBI immediately sociation president Tom O'Connor tells reporters this is not about politics for special agents before the special agents financial security is national security. This is AP radio news, the Washington Post organized a memorial in Washington for Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi who killed one hundred days ago and his nation's consulate in Istanbul Turkey post publisher and CEO, Fred Ryan says his murder was an attack on everyone's rights this assassination in many ways, I believe is a red line. It's a threshold where those who believe in human rights, and those who believe in free speech must stand firm against those who would callously snuffing out kashogi who wrote columns for the post criticizing the Saudi government entered the consulate in early October as his fiancee waited outside Saudi Arabia denied for weeks at he had had been killed. But later changed. The story ultimately acknowledging that the brutal slaying kingdom indicted eleven people over the killing in announced last week that it will seek the death penalty against five of them his killing his strain. The decades long ties Saudi Arabia enjoys with the United States. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire authorities in.

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