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"general william buyer" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Show. So attorney general William buyers come under heavy fire for supposedly being lackey for President Trump. He says that he's not a lackey for Trump. He's just defending the prerogative of the executive branch so William bars responding, according to the Wall Street Journal bar has come under criticism from Democrats and some Republicans who say he is acting more like the president's personal lawyer than the nation's top law enforcement officer, you only Republican, I've heard who said that is just in a mosh the Republican congressperson from Michigan bar was a private citizen bristled at the barrage of legal and other challenges, from faced during his first years in office. Ten his long held belief in executive power is more about protecting the presidency than the current office holder. He said, I felt the rules were being changed her Trump. I thought it was damaging for the presidency over the long haul when you look at that court, ruling, basically says that congress can subpoena anything from any public official at any time for any reason. It's hard to disagree with that sentiment. Apparently, according to the Wall Street Journal that sentiment plus coaxing from friends led the sixty eight. Eight year old grandfather of five to sign on for another turn at the helm of the Justice department where his quest to protect presidential power has taken on new significance in light of special counsel, Robert Muller's report and the Trump administration's efforts to thwart congressional oversight. He said, in an interview at every juncture, the presidency has done what it is supposed to do, which is provide leadership and direction and destroy the presidency and make an errand boy for congress. We're going to be much weaker Anamour divided nation. Barr has jumped to the front lines this Republican presidents battle against congress and the courts, a house committee has already voted to hold bar in contempt for providing them the entire Muller report, as well as access to the unredacted portions for Democrats who refused to go. Look at it many current and former law enforcement officials according to the Wall Street Journal have come to view Mr. bar skeptically, sending his newly launched review of the investigations origins. What he termed spying on Trump campaign associates over ties to Russia. He hasn't explain specifically, what prompted his concerns, given fodder for Mr. Trump and his allies to attack that apartment that he leaves Republicans have embraced bars willingness to bring attention to their grievances with federal law enforcement, of course, Trump is very happy with bar because bar is defending him and executive power at this point. He said he apparently spoke with the Wall Street Journal last week, and he suggested that he's really not interested in protecting personally, he just believes that the rules are being arbitrarily changed in order to harm President Trump again. It is hard to argue with that perspective, given the fact that Democrats were very much in favor of Barack Obama using executive privilege to shield, Eric Holder, they no problem when you're colder calls himself, the man for Barack Obama. They were very upset with, with the Kenneth Starr investigation, which was predicated on solid legal grounds. I mean, Bill Clinton did commit perjury. He committed a series of crimes, including actual obstruction of Justice. The Kenneth Starr probe was actually into illegality, no illegality has been found about President Trump the far none. You may say that he has done stuff. You don't like that's fine. He's done stuff. I don't like either. You may say that the president of the United States is untold things that is true has he committed a criminal act, even Robert Muller, who had full authority to say? So could not bring himself to say that the president had done something criminal here, and yet, we are seeing the Democrats expand the power of subpoenas to include virtually everything in the world. This seems like dangerous stuff to me. Meanwhile, Michael Cohen is out there still making trouble for the president, Michael Cohen, President Trump's former longtime personal turning President Trump did not hire the best people as he himself has admitted with regard to Michael colored. Apparently Michael Cohen told a house panel during closed-door hearings earlier this year, he'd been encouraged by Trump's lawyer jaysekulow to falsely claim in the two thousand seventeen statement to congress, the negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow ended in January twenty sixteen in facts later admitted that discussions on the Moscow tower continued into June of the presidential election year has Democrats are now, scrutinizing, whether secular or other Trump attorneys played a role in shaping Cohen's 2017 testimony to congress coinciding made the false statements help hide the fact that Trump had potentially hundreds of millions of dollars at stake in a possible Russian project while he was running for president, Adam Schiff, who has made mountains out of molehills for several years here. He says, we're trying to find out whether anyone participated in the false testimony that Cohen gave to this committee. Well, here's the problem with this story. The headline says. Cohen told lawmakers, secular encouraged him to falsely to falsely basically commit perjury before congress and yet Schiff is now saying we're trying to find out, whether this happened coincide that had happened wouldn't they now have the grounds to open some sort of criminal investigation into Secolo and the White House, but they don't they haven't been able to come up with anything thus far so it's just more. Michael Cohen talk doesn't matter. President run with it is on the front page of the Washington Post. Again, I think that these investigations into President Trump, I really designed to do one thing and one thing only, and that is to exacerbate the feeling of chaos that Trump naturally creates around him. President Trump has a strong reelect pitch his like pitches. The economy is really good people are very positive about the economy right now. They're not in the midst of any serious foreign crisis. He's got a really placid lake of politics in front of him. And the economy is booming right now. And this should be a great time for him. It's no wonder he's upset because again he is a chaotic personality in zone. Right. And now Democrats are exacerbating that by creating a feeling of chaos that is not really justified by the fact pattern in front of them at this point. So president from his out there campaigning, and he is doing what he does and president from his Astana, comedian and out there on the campaign trail. He basically doesn't stand up routine. Here's president from speaking in front of big crowd in asking whether his slogan in twenty twenty is in Pennsylvania, whether his slogan in two thousand twenty should be make America great again or keep America great. So now we go ready. Keep America great. Ready? Make America great again. Wow. Well, I like.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back is Ben Shapiro show. So attorney general William buyers. Come under heavy fire for supposedly being lackey for President Trump. He says that he's not a lackey for Trump. He's just defending the prerogative of the executive branch so William bars responding, according to the Wall Street Journal bar has come under criticism from Democrats and some Republicans who say he is acting more like the president's personal lawyer than the nation's top law enforcement officer. He only Republican have heard, who said that is just in the Republican congress person from Michigan bar was a private citizen bristled at the barrage of legal and other challenges, from faced during his first two years in office said his long held belief in executive power is more about protecting the presidency than the current officeholder. He said, I felt the rules were being changed her Trump. I thought it was damaging for the presidency over the long haul when you look at that court ruling, the basically says that congress can subpoena anything from any public official at any time for any reason. It's hard disagree with that sentiment. Apparently, according to the Wall Street Journal that sentiment plus coaxing from friends led the sixty eight year old grandfather of five to sign. On for another turn at the helm of the Justice department where his quest to protect presidential power has taken on new significance in light of special counsel, Robert Muller's report, and the Trump administration's efforts to thwart congressional oversight. He said, in an interview at every grave jokester, the presidency has done what it is supposed to do which was provide leadership and direction and destroy the presidency and make an errand boy for congress. We're going to be much weaker Anamour divided nation. Barr has jumped to the front lines this Republican presidents battle against congress and the courts, a house committee has already voted to hold bar in contempt for providing them the entire Muller report, as well as access to the unredacted portions for Democrats who refused to go. Look at it many current and former law enforcement officials according to the Wall Street Journal have come to view, Mr. bar skeptically, sending his newly washed review of the investigations origins. What he termed spying on Trump campaign associates over ties to Russia. He hasn't explained specifically, what prompted his concerns giving fodder for Mr. Trump and his allies to attack the department that he leads. Republicans have embraced bars willingness to bring attention to their grievances with federal law enforcement. Of course, Trump is very happy with bar, because bar is defending him and executive power at this point. He said he apparently spoke with the Wall Street Journal last week, and he suggested that he's really not interested in protecting from personally. He just believes that the rules are being arbitrarily changed in order to harm President Trump and, again, it is hard to argue with that perspective, given the fact that Democrats were very much in favor of Barack Obama using executive privilege to shield, Eric Holder, it, no problem when you're a colder called himself, the wingman for Barack Obama. They were very upset with, with the Kenneth Starr investigation, which was predicated on solid legal grounds. I mean, Bill Clinton did commit perjury. He committed a series of crimes, including actual obstruction of Justice. The Kenneth Starr probe was actually into illegality, no illegality has been found about President Trump thus far none. You may say that he has done stuff. You don't like that's fine. He's on stuff. I don't like either. You may say that the president of the United States is untoward things. That is true has he committed a criminal act, even Robert Muller, who had full authority to say? So could not bring himself to say that the president had done something criminal here, and yet, we are seeing the Democrats expand the power of subpoenas to include virtually everything in the world. This seems like dangerous stuff to me. Meanwhile, Michael Cohen is out there still making trouble for the president. Michael Cohen President Trump's former longtime personal attorney, President Trump did not hire the best people as he himself has admitted with regard to Michael colored, apparently Michael Cohen told the house panel during closed-door hearings earlier this year, he'd been encouraged by Trump slur jaysekulow to falsely claim in a two thousand seventeen statement to congress, the negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow ended in January two thousand sixteen in facts code later admitted that discussions on the Moscow tower continued into June of the presidential election year House, Democrats are now, scrutinizing, whether secular or other Trump attorneys played a role in shaping Coen's twenty-seven testimony to congress. Cohen said he made the false statements help hide the fact that Trump had potentially hundreds of millions of dollars at stake in a possible Russian project while he was running for president, Adam Schiff, who has made nouns out of molehills for several years here. He says, we're trying to find out whether anyone participated in the false testimony that Cohen gave to this committee. Well, here's the problem with this story. The headline says they. Cohen told lawmakers, the secular encouraged him to falsely to falsely basically commit perjury before congress and yet Schiff is now saying we're trying to find out, whether this happened of said that had happened wouldn't they now have the grounds to open some sort of criminal investigation into secular and the White House, but they don't they haven't been able to come up with anything thus far so it's just more. Michael Cohen talk. Doesn't matter. President run with it is on the front page of the Washington Post. You know, again, I think that these investigations into President Trump a really designed to do one thing and one thing only, and that is to exacerbate the feeling of chaos that Trump naturally creates around him. President Trump has a strong reelect pitch his strong reelect pitches. The economy is really good people are very positive about the economy right now. They're not in the midst of any serious foreign crisis. He's got a really placid lake of politics in front of him in the economy is booming right now. And this should be a great time for him. It's, it's no wonder he's upset. Because again he is a chaotic personality in zone. Right. And now Democrats are exacerbating that by creating a feeling of chaos that is not really justified by the fact pattern in front of them at this point. So President Trump is out there campaigning and he is doing what he does. And President Trump is a stand up comedian and out there on the campaign trail. He basically doesn't stand up routine. Here's president from speaking in front of big crowd in asking whether his slogan in two thousand twenty is in Pennsylvania, whether his slogan in two thousand twenty should be make America great again or keep America great. So now we go ready. Keep america. Great..

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"general william buyer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Del Walters. Fox News late tonight. The Alabama legislature passing a near total ban on abortion, holding doctors, criminally liable. No exceptions for rape incest before the passage of the Bill heated debate. Who doesn't abortion in this day on this law will probably never see life again outside of the jail sale. Democratic state Senator Bobby singleton state Representative Terry Collins, Republican right, Tom when you look at states around the country, whether they're conservative, and they're passing very pro-life legislation or they're more liberal in their passing the opposite. I think everybody's sensing that it might be time for the Bill now goes to governor Kay Ivey who will decide whether to sign the Bill into law Russia probe review. It's now official. The Justice department will investigate the investigators. Learn US attorney, John Durham, Connecticut. It's been looking into surveillance of the Trump campaign for weeks. House Republican whip Steve Scalise says the investigation shows bars serious about cleaning house within the FBI most of the FBI agents. We know do great work for our country. But there were some who were politically motivated general William buyer pointed Durham is known to be a political and unafraid to take on challenging case. Bases including going after mobsters in Boston in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, FOX is all of this on a day. The secretary of state was in Moscow meeting the man who meddled in the US election. President Vladimir Putin says the United States and Russia can now rebuild their contentious relationship because special counsel Robert Muller has finished his report. He had a very objective investigation. And he confirmed that they're not traces whatsoever of collusion between Russia and the incumbent administration. Fox's rich Edison reporting the coastguard now saying the number of dead is six follows the mettre collision of two sightseeing planes.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The Alabama legislature passing a near total ban on abortion, holding doctors, criminally liable. No exceptions for rape, incest, before the passage of the Bill heated debate, doctor who doesn't abortion in this day on this love will probably never see life again outside of the jail sale. Democratic state Senator Bobby singleton state Representative Terry Collins, Republican obsolete. It's right town when you look at all the states around the country, whether they're conservative, and they're passing very pro-life legislation or they're more liberal in their passing the opposite. I think everybody's sensing that it might be time for Bill now goes to governor Kay Ivey who will decide whether to sign the Bill into law Russia probe review. It's now official. The Justice department will investigate the investigators learned US attorney, John Durham of Connecticut. It's been looking into surveillance in the Trump campaign for weeks. House Republican whip see scully's. She says the investigation shows bars serious about cleaning house within the FBI most of the FBI agents. We know do great work for our country. But there were some who were politically motivated attorney general William buyer pointed Durham, his known to be a political and unafraid to take on challenging cases, including going after mobsters in Boston in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, FOX is all of this on a day. The secretary of state was in Moscow meeting the man who meddled in the US election. President Vladimir Putin says the United States in Russia can now rebuild their contentious relationship because special counsel Robert Muller has finished his report. He had a very objective investigation. And he confirmed that they're not traces whatsoever of collusion between Russia and the incumbent administration. Fox's rich Edison reporting the coastguard now saying the number of dead is six follows the metro collision of two sightseeing planes.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Weapons was recovered an unlikely neighborhood. That story coming up. This is America in the morning. I'm John trout. The democratic led House Judiciary committee votes that attorney general bar should be held in contempt of congress, Terry. Moore says the committee has sent a contempt referral to the full house. The attorney general has refused to honor a subpoena for special counsel, Robert Muller's unredacted. Final report Louisiana Republican Mike Johnson on the contemporary furrow. Frankly, it is shameful. The American people deserve better before the committee vote, President Trump asserted executive privilege in an effort to seal redacted portions of the report and underlying materials, Texas, Democrats Sheila jackson-lee, the president now seeks to take a wrecking ball through the constitution of the United States of America. Georgia Republican Doug Collins argued the Democrats are waging war on the Trump administration. But Democrats have no plans, no purpose and no viable legislative agenda beyond attacking visit ministration New York Democrat, Jerry Nadler. Accused many Republicans of aiding and abetting the administration's campaign of total blanket and unprecedented. Obstruction Nadler shares judiciary committee, I'm Kerry more on Capitol Hill twenty two till now jimbohannon dives into this whole matter of contempt of congress and executive privilege. We're talking with Andrew Yang. He is a democratic presidential candidate in twenty twenty. He's also author of the book the war on normal people the truth about America's disappearing jobs, and why universal basic income is our future more about which in a moment right now. Just to look at the the big headline story of the day. And that of course, would be the House Judiciary committee voting contempt of congress charges against attorney general William buyer at the same time the president declares the entire Bulloch report to be under executive privilege. Your take on that issue unfortunate. How it's gotten to this point. I think that it's congress determine how best to move forward with bar as a presidential candidate. I'm laser focused on solving the problem, Donald Trump elected and beating the ballot box. All right now, then to the gist of your book and a large portion of your campaign, the subtitle of your book, the war normal people the truth about America's disappearing jobs, while universal basic income is our future. Many would say well that'll rob people of incentive, and I gather your point is that for many people the jobs that that meet their skills. Their qualifications are simply not going to be around down the most common jobs in the Konami are administrative and clerical work, tell food service food, truck, driving and transportation and manufacturing. Those are about half of all American jobs, and they're all going to strengh dramatically. Manufactoring shrank by five million four million because of Michigan's and automation and devastated many midwestern communities, it's why Donald Trump won in two thousand sixteen. It's just going to get worse and worse under thirty inning of the greatest economic technological transformation history of our country. What experts are calling the fourth industrial revolution. We need to wake up. And right to the towns that this era is presenting to the American people. How do we go about doing this? I mean, this this guaranteed basic income. Are you simply suggesting that we tax the general population? And from that give everybody a check all the great thing is a freedom dividend actually, not as expensive as people think in large part because when we have this month, we're going to spend it it's going to grow the mainstream economy is gonna create opportunities in our communities. We're gonna get a lot of that money back the trickle up academy. But the big. Change we need to make is that we need to join every other advanced economy in the world and have a value added tax that would give the American public tiny flights of every Amazon sale. Google search every Facebook ad Andrew Yang twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate entrepreneur and the author of the war on normal people from has books, and we're joined now by Ted Baben deputy undersecretary of defense for Bush, forty one Columbus for the American spectator at spectator dot org as well as the Washington Times. And you could follow me on Twitter at jed babba JD BB I in. Alright your take on the the double barrelled headlines to Sheree committee votes, contempt of congress against general William bar and President Trump declares executive privilege over the entire Bulloch report part here, Jim, and you're going to see all working out in court is probably not gonna work out. Quickly supreme court is is accelerate thing which they could probably won't. You got Mr. bar saying, I'm not going to produce the parts of the mall report that have grand jury Jamaican dead Amre on that it would be a felony or him who released that stuff. I think he weaker in terms of refusing to testify in the Nadler committee in terms of being questioned by staffers. I think he's gonna lose on that one. I think there's going to be going back and forth. And again, the courts are going to go after it the president is not very strong. It's frankly worse. Very bad invocation of executive privilege to be saying the entire remain parts of the molar toward our executive privilege. I think pretty clearly not again, you're gonna go to the courts, and they could probably take quite some time to get through them. Because I think the question on executive per executive privilege is much more complicated than merely whether or not somebody releasing something or whether somebody. In front of a committee in particular, the last major supreme court ruling on executive privilege that I recall was nineteen seventy four the US versus Dixon, and a unanimous nine nothing supreme court ruled that president Nixon had to release the Watergate tapes is that at all comparable with this issue in art because you well, actually it really is. Let me take that back because they Watergate tapes were tapes of Mr. Nixon, and is step talking about things, and quite frankly, they better claim to executive privilege than claiming parts of the mall report, which are clearly not the personal deliberations of the president. So I think that if. Mr. Nixon lost. I think Mr. Trump is not a new standard chance. Jed batter. Former deputy undersecretary of defense for Bush forty one columnist for the American spectator and the Washington Times before that democratic presidential candidate. Andrew Yang, the author of the war on normal people. It's now sixteen till the investigation into that Colorado shooting continues and as a community mourns hero, emerges correspondent Jim Rupe? Has more. It's mind boggling to think. Getting fired in school. There have been fifteen school shootings since January that's five months, but beyond mind boggling for Colorado's may be mind numbing and yet here we are again, Douglas county DA. George Brock ler talking about Columbine Rapahel high the mass shooting at the Aurora theater and more now Tuesday's shooting at the stem school highlands ranch. Suburb of Denver with all that history. He wants to make sure everyone knows this is not who we are. He says these are abberant acts problem is when you get three four or five of them within a twenty mile radius, you begin to think they're less average. But I'm here to tell you this is not who we are who they are might be defined by the heroes about whom we've been hearing in the aftermath of the shooting like students Kendrick steal the weather students say lunged at the shooter giving them time to take cover. Casteel was killed and Casillas classmate and friend Brendan Bali who also along with another unnamed student helped subdue the attacker by leeann the unnamed students five. By Lee who will be entering the Marine Corps soon says he was frightened. But he knew he had to do something. I never just feeling absolute and complete fear when he walked in. But. Once movement started a fight or flight, and I'm just more than happy to know that what I thought I'd be able to do in a situation. Like that was the reality of what I did eight students were wounded and the filing of this report to still remain in the hospital. There were two students arrested one eighteen year old male and a second younger girl, the eighteen year old male made his first quarter parents and it was advised. He's facing thirty counts. One count of first degree murder with liberation and twenty nine counts of attempted first degree murder with deliberation. He said head down his long black hair streaked with purple covering his face. He looked up. But a few times said, but one word when judge Theresa Slade asked if he had any questions..

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"general william buyer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Hearing this morning over a letter special counsel Muller wrote to him. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave just days after attorney general William buyer releases summary findings of the mullahs report the special counsel wrote him a letter saying the four page memo did not fully capture the context nature and substance of his investigation. Robert Muller also wrote there is now public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation, the Washington Post which obtain the letter reported the two later spoke on the phone during that conversation Muller said he did not believe bar summary memo to congress was inaccurate. But he was concerned about the media coverage of the obstruction investigation. Dave with Democrats are upset over the letter congresswoman, Maxine Waters told MSNBC this administration and all of those who are lined up with the president trying to protect him have obstructed, not only. Justice. But obstructive congress Democrats might subpoena bar scripts. Tomorrow's house hearing, but Republican congressman John Ratcliffe told FOX if you wanna ask questions about a four hundred and forty eight page report, the guy we ought to be talking to his Bob Muller. Not bar Venezuela's opposition leader backed by the US is calling for more protests trying to house disputed president Maduro. We don't know precisely when the moment is that he'll make the right decision for the people of Venezuela. He showed utter lack of regard or care for their decency for their dignity secretary of state home. Here told FOX business, Cuba and Russia are helping Madero and also must go. They'll be vigil today at the university of North Carolina Charlotte the shooting left two dead four wounded three of them critically like running like a stampede towards me screaming. Like, there's there's a shooter at twenty two year old student facing murder charges a thirteen year old boys in critical condition at Philadelphia shot after midnight right outside a supermarket..

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"general william buyer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Hearing this morning over a letter special counsel Muller wrote to him. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave just days after attorney general William buyer releases summary findings of the mullahs report the special counsel wrote him a letter saying the four page memo did not fully capture the context nature and substance of his investigation. Robert Muller also wrote there is now public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation, the Washington Post which obtain the letter reported the two later spoke on the phone during that conversation Muller said he did not believe bar summary memo to congress was inaccurate. But he was concerned about the media coverage of the obstruction investigation. Dave Democrats are upset over the letter congresswoman, Maxine Waters told MSNBC this administration and all of those who are lined up with the president trying to protect him have obstructed not only. Justice. But obstructive congress Democrats might subpoena bar scripts. Tomorrow's house hearing, but Republican congressman John Ratcliffe told FOX if you wanna ask questions about a four hundred and forty eight page report, the guy we ought to be talking to Bob Muller. Not bar Venezuela's opposition leader backed by the US is calling for more protests trying to house disputed president Maduro. We don't know precisely when the moment is that he'll make the right decision for the people of Venezuela. He showed utter lack of regard or care for their decency for their dignity secretary of state home. Here told FOX business, Cuba and Russia are helping Madero and also must go. They'll be vigil today at the university of North Carolina Charlotte the shooting left two dead four wounded three of them critically like running like a stampede towards me screaming. Like, there's there's a shooter at twenty two year old student facing murder charges a thirteen year old boys in critical condition at Philadelphia shot after midnight right outside a supermarket..

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"general william buyer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:59 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is special coverage of the mole report from NPR news. The report was released at about eleven o'clock east coast time, and that means that reporters, Jeremy Hobson, I've been poring through it for hours too, deeply to read it, and let's four hundred and forty eight pages. So they they are about halfway through. So let's bring Julian's Eleazar professor of history of public affairs at Princeton. Who's going to be reviewing it with us? And Julian your very first thoughts. It's a it's a moment in American history your thoughts. Well, I I've been going through this already like everyone else. And it's it's quite shocking. That's my bottom line on their report. I the first first part from what I'm seeing has a lot of contact between Trump campaign officials and people connected to Russia, and it was known. They were trying to enter they were interfering with the election. And there's a lot of very specific stories and points of contact that that don't mesh with what? The attorney general was saying and the obstruction part there. It's it's hard to see how this isn't an attempt to obstruct the investigation. Yeah. You mentioned the attorney general William buyer earlier today in a mini press conference repeated six or seven times, no collusion. No collusion. No collusion. And then the report we see says, although the investigation established at the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency and worked to secure that outcome and the campaign expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released to Russian efforts. The investigation didn't establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated right? And as you read through this. It could be that Muller didn't find smoking gun evidence of a direct coordination in the actual act of taking the information. But they're certainly many instances documented in this report where they are seeking that information and do doing so actively let's listen to a little bit of what William bar, the attorney general said in that press conference this morning. Here is after nearly two years of investigation thousands of subpoenas hundreds of warrants and witness interviews, the special counsel confirmed that the Russian government sponsored efforts to a legally interfere with the two thousand sixteen presidential election. But did not find that the Trump campaign or other Americans colluded in those efforts Julian why do you think that the special counsel did not find what he just said that that they colluded given what you're seeing? And what so many people are seeing right now about all the contacts with special counsel. Do they just want to leave it to congress to make the next move? Or what what do you think happened well with obstruction that is what they wanted to do and they did not exonerate him. They they provide a lot of evidence. And it seems that Muller wanted congress to make that decision. I don't know what the legal rationale is in the first part. And it could be that. If. There is a legal standard that Muller and his team didn't see being met. They they left it at what it was not a a pristine campaign, a very ugly campaign with cheating and line and seeking bad information, but not enough to take any further steps with regard to the president. But just on page six right off the bat. There's a little section on Paul Manafort in New York meeting with a business associate who had his Russian intelligence to Russian ties sharing information about polling in battleground states, like Wisconsin. So I think a lot of people are going to read that and say what exactly is collusion if this is a little bit of that from page six the written communication setting up. The meeting showed that the campaign anticipated receiving information from Russia that could assist candidate trumps electoral prospects. But the Russian lawyers presentation did not provide such. Information and reading to that that contact went beyond that one meeting that we knew about sharing polling data went went way beyond that. Look, we read something interesting Julian on Benjamin witnesses l'affaire blog prior to the report being released, obviously the report and William bar rib, William bars conclusion is that there was not enough evidence for obstruction or collusion or criminal activity. And he writes decisions not to prosecute to not necessarily resolve questions of morality ethics or impeach ability. In other words, the judgments of history journalism and congress are not determined by. Whether mother finds the president's conduct indictable criminal. I think that's totally accurate. Muller was looking for legally defined violations of the law. But that doesn't answer a lot of other questions from what congress might consider impeachable to what the public or lots of the public will think is ethical use of political power and ethical campaigning. And those questions are not resolved by this report. I can't imagine that there is a consensus that this absolves the president on those grounds. We've got NPR senior Washington editor and correspondent Ron Elving with us as well. And run I want to bring you in here. You know, as you look at this report. And we were all waiting for this report to come out after we got the four page summary from the attorney general William bar, not not too many weeks ago. But people were wondering how much is going to be redacted. And when you look at it, and we're people are just reading it right now. But it does look like it's it is probably lightly. Redacted that would be the way that you describe it. There are some pages that are fully blacked out some pages that have a few lines blacked out. So that say harm to ongoing matter. But for the most part the reports been released here that could be said, but the advertising if you will of the lightly redacted phrase was part of an overall campaign to essentially in case the release of this report. So that people would have a pretty good excuse not to read it or a pretty good excuse to assume that they were being told by the attorney general what they needed to know. So back in March, we saw the attorney general's four page summary or memo or letter or whatever you wanna call it in which he said, that's it. It's wrapped up. There's no problem. There's no obstruction, and there's no collusion. And now today we have the attorney general come out before the report is released before any of the reporters. There could have seen the report to actually ask about any of these instances that Robert Mueller has actually detail. Of what appears to be obstruction. So they come out again and say there's really nothing here, and it's only lightly redacted. And so you really don't need to worry about this. Let's move on. And of course, the president and his few Republican public remarks about this so far today as that he's having a good day in it's all behind him. And it's on the past all of this suggests that they expect people not to actually read the report if you would put the report out without the encasement of this protective covering that the attorney general gave it back in March. And again this morning, you would have an extraordinarily different impression. Reading all the details and all the things that are being described. Some have said that William bar went beyond saying what you just said that he almost provided. You know, people are calling it the campaign ads for the president. Let's listen to a full minute of his characterization of the investigation its impact on the president. Let's listen President Trump faced an unprecedented situation as he entered into. The office and sought to perform his responsibilities as president federal agents and prosecutors were scrutinizing his conduct before and after taking office and the conduct of some of his associates at the same time. There was relentless speculation. And the news media about the president's personal culpability. Yet as he said from the beginning there was in fact, no collusion. And as the special counsel's report acknowledges, there is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks. Well, the president might very well have had a sincere belief that this was undermining his presidency, and in some very real sense. This report going forward or this investigation going forward was trying to get at the facts, which would tend to undermine his authority as president. And if it was unprecedented to have all of these agents and all of these probers crawling over the campaign one might suggest. It was unprecedented to have a campaign such as the Trump campaign cooperating in a number of ways contacting in a number of ways with people who are trying to provide information that had been illegally obtained by a foreign power for the specific purpose of helping that Trump, and I just want to say that bar went on in that very sentence that we that was the next sentence to say nonetheless, his the White House fully cooperated with the investigation, but they didn't. And we see in the report that, you know, the president never did an interview with Muller and so. Muller felt he couldn't go to his mindset. That's correct. And it's clear that the Miller folks had been trying to set up some kind of an interview with the president. They did have some written interrogatory the did try to consider at least having a subpoena and having him speak before the grand jury all of which things did happen in the case of President Clinton and his eventual impeachment largely based on what he said to the grand jury. So this was something the White House resisted and in the end after bar had taken over for Jeff Sessions at the attorney general's position after he had taken in hand the investigation that previously had been going forward rather more independently for Robert Muller after all of that the Robert Mueller investigators eventually shrug their shoulders and say given all the delays we're going to let it go. Because among other things we think it's pretty obvious what the president's attitude towards this investigation was look at all the things he said and did in public. Maybe we don't need to have that particular. One on one in person interview that is Ron Elving NPR senior Washington editor and correspondent we've also been speaking here with Julian zealous story at Princeton. And we are just digesting the mullahs report which has been out in for public release for about an hour and a half. Now, it's four hundred and forty eight pages long. We will continue to digest it and bring it to.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:40 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So let's bring in Julian zealous or professor of history and public affairs at Princeton who's going to be reviewing it with us. And Julian your very first thoughts. It's a it's a moment in American history your thoughts. Well, I've been going through this already like everyone else. And it's it's quite shocking. That's my bottom line on the report. I the first first part from what I'm seeing has a lot of contact between Trump campaign officials and people connected to Russia, and it was known. They were trying to enter they were interfering with the election. And there's a lot of very specific stories and points of contact that that don't mesh with what? The attorney general was saying and the obstruction part there. It's hard to see how this isn't an attempt to obstruct than investigation. Yeah. You mentioned the attorney general William buyer earlier today in a mini press conference repeated six or seven times, no collusion. No collusion. No collusion. And then the report we see says, although the investigation established at the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency and worked to secure that outcome and the campaign expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released through Russian efforts. The investigation didn't establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated right? And as you read through this. It could be that Muller didn't find smoking gun evidence of a direct coordination in the actual act of taking the information. But they're certainly many instances documented in this report where they are seeking that information and do doing so actively let's listen to a little bit of what William bar, the attorney general said in that press conference this morning. Earning here is after nearly two years of investigation thousands of subpoenas hundreds of warrants and witness interviews, the special counsel confirmed that the Russian government sponsored efforts to illegally interfere with the two thousand sixteen presidential election. But did not find that the Trump campaign or other Americans colluded in those efforts to leeann why do you think that the special counsel did not find what he just said that that they colluded given what you're seeing? And what so many people are seeing right now about all the contacts with the special counsel. Do they just want to leave it to congress to make the next move? Or what what do you think happened well with obstruction that is what they wanted to do and they did not exonerate him. They provide a lot of evidence. And it seems that Mahler wanted congress to make that decision. I don't know what the legal rationale is in the first part. And it could be that. If. There is a legal standard that Muller and his team didn't see being met. They they left it at what it was not a pristine campaign, a very ugly campaign with cheating and line and seeking a bad information. But not enough to take any further steps with regard to the president. But just on page six right off the bat. There's a little section on Paul Manafort in New York. Meeting with a business associate who had his Russian intelligence to Russian ties sharing information about polling in battleground states, like Wisconsin. So I think a lot of people are going to read that and say what exactly is collusion that this is a little bit of that from page six the written communication setting up. The meeting showed that campaign anticipated receiving information from Russia that could assist candidate trumps electoral prospects. But the Russian lawyers presentation did not provide such information. Yeah. And we're reading to that that contact went beyond that one meeting that we knew about sharing polling data. What went way beyond that? Look, we read something interesting Julian on Benjamin witnesses l'affaire blog prior to the report being released, obviously the report and William bar rib, William bars conclusion is that there was not enough evidence for instruct obstruction collusion or criminal activity. And he writes decisions not to prosecute to not necessarily resolve questions of morality ethics or impeach Avila. In other words, the judgments of history journalism and congress are not determined by. Whether mother finds the president's conduct indictable criminal. I think that's totally accurate. Muller was looking for legally defined violations of the law. But that doesn't answer a lot of other questions from what congress might consider a impeachable to what the public or lots of the public will think is ethical use of political power and ethical campaigning. And those questions are not resolved by this report. I can't imagine that there is a consensus of the discipline of the president on those grounds. We've got NPR senior Washington editor and correspondent Ron Elving with us as well. And run I want to bring you in here. You know, as you look at this report. And we were all waiting for this report that to come out after we got the four page summary from the attorney general William bar, not not too many weeks ago. But people were wondering how much is going to be redacted. And when you look at it, and we're people are just reading it right now. But it does look like it's it is probably lightly. Redacted that would be the way that you describe it. There are some pages that are fully blacked out some pages that have a few lines blacked out. So that say harm to ongoing matter. But for the most part the reports been released here that could be said, but the advertising if you will of the lightly redacted phrase was part of an overall campaign to essentially encase the release of this report. So that people would have a pretty good excuse not to read it or a pretty good excuse to assume that they were being told by the attorney general what they needed to know. So back in March, we saw the attorney general's four page summary or memo or letter or whatever you wanna call it in which he said, that's it. It's wrapped up. There's no problem. There's no obstruction, and there's no collusion. And now today we have the attorney general come out before the report is released before any of the reporters. There could have seen the report to actually ask about any of these instances that Robert Mueller has actually detail. Old of what appears to be obstruction. So they come out again and say there's really nothing here, and it's only lightly redacted. And so you really don't need to worry about this. Let's move on. And of course, the president and his few Republican public remarks about this so far today as that he's having a good day in it's all behind him. And it's on the past all of this suggests that they expect people not to actually read the report if you would put the report out without the encasement of this protective covering that the attorney general gave it back in March. And again this morning, you would have an extraordinarily different impression. Reading all the details and all the things that are being disgruntled some have said that William bar went beyond saying what you just said that he almost provided. You know, people are calling it the campaign ads for the president. Let's listen to a full minute of his characterization of the investigation its impact on the president. Let's listen President Trump faced an unprecedented situation as he entered into. The office and sought to perform his responsibilities as president federal agents and prosecutors were scrutinizing his conduct before and after taking office and the conduct of some of his associates at the same time. There was relentless speculation. And the news media about the president's personal culpability. Yet as he said from the beginning there was in fact, no collusion. And as the special counsel report acknowledges, there is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks. Well, the president might very well have had a sincere belief that this was undermining his presidency, and in some very real sense. This report going forward or this investigation going forward was trying to get at the facts, which would tend to undermine his authority as president. And if it was unprecedented to have all of these agents and all of these probers crawling over the campaign one might suggest. It was unprecedented to have a campaign such as the Trump campaign cooperating in a number of ways contacting in a number of ways with people who are trying to provide information that had been illegally obtained by a foreign power for the specific purpose of helping that Trump, and I just want to say that bar went on in that very sentence that we that was the next sentence to say nonetheless, his the White House fully cooperated with the investigation, but they didn't. And we see in the report that, you know, the president never did an interview with Muller and so. Muller felt he couldn't go to his mindset. That's correct. And it's clear that the Miller folks had been trying to set up some kind of an interview with the president. They did have some written interrogatory. They did try to consider at least having a subpoena and having him speak before the grand jury all of which things did happen in the case of President Clinton and his eventual impeachment largely based on what he said to the grand jury. So this was something the White House resisted and in the end after bar had taken over for Jeff Sessions at the attorney general's position after he had taken in the hand the investigation that previously had been going forward rather more independently for Robert Muller after all of that the Robert Mueller investigators eventually shrug their shoulders and say given all the delays we're going to let it go. Because among other things we think it's pretty obvious what the president's attitude towards this investigation was look at all the things he said and did in public. Maybe we don't need to have that particular. One on one in person interview that is run ovation NPR senior Washington editor and correspondent we've also been speaking here with Julian Zalazar story in Princeton. And we are just digesting the mullahs report which has been out in for public release for about an hour and a half. Now, it's four hundred and forty eight pages long..

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"general william buyer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on WJR 760

"Seven sixty WJR seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner, attorney general William buyer will release the edited report from the Robert Muller report this morning, giving it to the public and to congress. Bob Constantini reports. The White House is ready to respond. No, one expects President Trump to let the molar report released pass without comment in some form. This should never happen to a president or to this country. Again, what took place and attorney general bar's going to be giving a press conference. I maybe I'll do one after that. We'll see for the president and his attorneys there will be the benefit of congress being out of town for a couple of weeks, meaning reactions from Capitol Hill will be piecemeal. Well, Democrats will search the report for any hints of misdeeds or grey areas. Regarding the president or people around him, Mr. Trump wants to hear Bill bar say how far along he is investigating the Russian election meddling probes. Start that his predecessor must have known of the things. He calls abuses of power in the FBI, aiming it stopping his election. How's it possible that he didn't know there'd be we're talking about pervasive horrible things that were happening? And it would certainly be hard to believe that he didn't know what was going on the an -ticipant for the former FBI director and his investigators found has been building for almost a month since the report was delivered to the attorney general President Trump's personal legal team was ready then and is ready now with a rebuttal report of their own which Rudy Giuliani indicates has been whittled down to thirty five pages. Bob. Costantini, washington. House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler fierce critic of Trump's slams the attorney general bar now appears the attorney general intends to once again put his own spin on the investigative work completed by the special counsel and his team. The fact that the attorney general is not releasing even the redacted report to congress until after his press conference will again result in the report being presented through his own words rather than through the words of special counsel Muller. A thirty seven year old New Jersey man, arrested after he went into the New York City Saint Patrick's cathedral with a couple of jugs of gasoline. They deputy Commissioner John Miller says police were heightened alert, of course, following the fire in Paris. The totality.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our top stories Tiger Woods wins his fifth green jacket twenty two years after he won his first masters in nineteen ninety seven. Tiger not the only winner today. The Celtics opened their playoff series ten point victory over the Indiana Pacers. At the garden investigation continues into the shooting deaths of two men and Madame pan last night. Springfield police officer recovering after being shot outside of a nightclub early this morning and final preparations underway for tomorrow's one hundred twenty third running of the Boston marathon. On this date one hundred seven years ago, April fourteenth, nineteen twelve Titanic. Titanic slams into an iceberg in the North Atlantic the ship sinks a few hours later, killing some fifteen hundred of the more than twenty two hundred on board Marshall, drew who would live until nineteen Eighty-six was eight years old when he was rescued from the Titanic decades later he remembers. I. Uncle is lost. The lifeboat down the ship. Going down. Titanic was on her maiden voyage democratic congressman Gerald Nadler of New York continuing demand for the release of the full Mullah report on CNN state of the union this morning, Nadler, who's chairman of the House Judiciary committee said US attorney general William buyer is acting President Trump special agent, he believes bars conclusions from the report that there isn't enough evidence to say Trump obstructed Justice is not enough the attorney general when he started talking completely without evidence as he said about spying on the Trump campaign when he wouldn't let he meant was executing judicially ordered warrants showed his his bias in the fact is really acting as a personal agent to the president rather than general the United States. He believes the House Judiciary committee should see the entire report and underlying evidence and argues that one of the roles of the committee is to see all evidence and decide what information should be released to the public. Firefighters dive teams from Saugus Cambridge. And stone him searched a pond on golden hills road and Saugus yesterday after caller reported seeing kids playing canoe that was later seeing capsized with no children. Incite turned out to be false alarm after an extensive search. Rescuers did not find anyone British police say a man suspected of purposely purposefully driving into parked cars in front of the Ukrainian embassy in London has been hospitalized for mental health treatment London. Metropolitan police force said offices fired driver's vehicle and took him into custody today after he allegedly around the Ukrainian I'm buses caught several others outside Dan Bassy, London. Put say also drove his car toward officers. No one was injured. Police say the man's action were not related to extreme as his not win charged or identified Seria.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The health watch. Having a new baby can be a time of joy. But for one in five women postpartum depression may interfere. Now, the FDA has approved a new drug to treat the condition and Lauren Osborne. A postpartum depression expert at Johns Hopkins says a better understanding of how the condition develops is. Also emerging the clear biological thing. That happens is childbirth. When women go through pregnancy, their levels of reproductive hormones rise enormously across the course of the pregnancy, then within about twenty-four hours after childbirth. Those hormone levels crash down about a thousand fold over that twenty four hour period. We think it's that hormone crash that in some women is triggering an episode of postpartum depression. There's some women who are particularly vulnerable to that transition. But we haven't quite figured out. What makes women vulnerable Osborne welcomes the newly approved drug called Zo wrestle to help. At Johns Hopkins. I'm elizabeth. Tracy. It's two twenty five congressman democratic congressman Jerrold Nadler of New York is continuing his demand for the release of the full Muller report on CNN state of the union this morning Nadler, who is chairman of the House Judiciary committee said US attorney general William buyer is acting like President Trump's special agent he believes bars conclusions from the report that there isn't enough evidence to say Trump obstructed Justice is not enough the attorney general when he started talking completely without evidence as he said about spying on the Trump campaign when he wouldn't let he meant was executing judicially ordered warrants showed his his bias in the fact is really acting as a personal agent to the president rather than the attorney general the United States. He believes the House Judiciary committee should see the entire report. And underlying evidence argues that one of the roles of the committee is to see all evidence and decide what information should be released. I to the public firefighters dive seems from Saugus. Cambridge in Stoneham. Searched upon pond on golden hills road and Saugus yesterday. After a caller reported seeing kids playing in a canoe that was later seen capsized with no children in sight turned out to be false alarm after an extensive search. Rescuers did not find anyone still ahead. Two men shot to death on a quiet street and a pan last night. We have details coming up..

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"general william buyer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Are big on this outer space stuff. I love outerspace stuff. I don't wanna go gazillion. Up there. People other. Anyway, me I don't wanna ski I wanna deep sea. Diving bluewater. I didn't wanna be. When you're on the ocean gives us in my always, keep this in mind. Those of you that are on these cruise ships, and you think it's so cool. Keep in mind that below you. I mean, a vast space blow there are things looking up at you. And you're thinking food man, just be patient. It'll end up down here. Eventually just keep playing arrive your food. But anyway, black hole thing they've actually taken a picture of their claiming this is the real deal back holes that suck everything up. Destroy. It busted down into its most basic building parts, what are those by the way. We don't know. We'll never got things like called corks love. Those of you that know about the nuclear physics. You know what I'm talking about? When you get down to bust enough approach on electron, whatever these everything's made up of something. I mean, that's how are we're wired. I mean, you can you conceive of it something being made of nothing. No, how about here at the very end. That's it does go any further net. Really? You know, let's just take attention leap. Logic. Logic is is a it's a piece of a God like quality God characteristic. The Lord gave us only one segment of a characteristic that is his and that is weaken logic things out. We can never find the answer. We asking the question. But why daddy why? Again, I go I go into what what is the final building blocks. Always looking for physicists are always looking for the final building block. They probably know there's not one either. It's just there's infinite in down to the smallest of whatever that is down there all the way up to the most farthest macro author effect. If you've never seen the video into of ten. Integer of ten you can find that on Facebook. There would be a fun thing for you to watch. Anyway, the black holes up there, supposedly black holes are. I think theorize there at the center of a given. Universe. I don't know. I mean that seems to be where they always pay them when they talk about them. Maybe they're just black holes with nothing around it because they've sucked everything into it. What was left in universe? And they're constantly pulling things in we're gonna wind up in one two. If you buy the stuff in the first place, but there's a picture of one. I stuck it up on Facebook. You can see it over on. What I think is that their English newspaper site have been Daily Mail. They've taken a distant picture of a huge galaxy in the middle is a black hole. Wow. Oh, no out of it. So that's what they say. It is again, you wanna see a picture of. I'd I was gonna say go toward the light. But I have to amend that go toward the dark the dark black hole. And by the way, if you get sucked into that Klay won't matter in lonely hurt for like, not even a nanosecond more because everything will be ripped apart. So fast rapidly. Probably even faster than the speed of light. We don't know because we'll never be over Guna major, but it won't hurt because nothing will be there to cause a pain anymore every single nerve ending. We'll turn into its most basic building blocks of which we don't know anything. Kind of a radio program is this. Anyway, you're probably asking yourself. But it's fascinating. Isn't it really is? Let's talk about again, you can see that black hole up on their own Xingtong on Facebook. If you don't find any place else. General William buyer dropped a bomb show on Wednesday. I I. I hate that term. I don't hate it as much as a hate other terms. Like, I hate the word kerfuffle, the worker Fussell should be outlawed done away with any one of those ones that they have in what call Will Smith has their Tommy Lee Jones were the men in black where they make your memory just go away. They should get kerfuffle out of every person on the planet. Attorney general William buyer dropped a bombshell, which I'm sure caused Fussell telling a group of senators that he believes spying against the Trump campaign did take place in two thousand sixteen. Oh, this is music to my ears. It was the first time to do you realize that says that means we're finally going to have somebody in the attorney general's position. It's gonna look back and say, hey, you know, let's look into what Qomi said, let's look into what Lynch let's look into what Susan Rice add Samantha Powers'. Let's just look at the FBI, for example. And see what do they do when they are? Initially said go to the Trump Tower and observe those people spying on them. Wow. Goes on spying on a political campaign. A big deal use the word spine. That's pretty heavy bar said this during an exchange exchange with the democrat Senator from the Hampshire. What's your name here Jeanne Shaheen Jeanne Shaheen member of the Senate appropriations committee seen act and a follow up whether bar believed the FBI spied on the Trump team? He says you're not suggesting though that spying occurred. This is seen. She's saying you're not suggesting though that spying occurred. Embar says I think spying did occur. Yeah. Yeah. But the question is whether it was predicated adequately adequately predicated. So in other words what he's saying? There is did somebody say go spy on Trump because we found be on the shot of a doubt where we think they've done something horrible broken a law, which would say, you know, with maybe bring bring Russia's and do something desperately. And that would definitely warrant check these people out. That's what the FBI does. But if there was no evidence to do that. Or if the evidence procured was based on a lie, then that would not be good. So Senator Shaheen you better get out of second period depends, baby. Yeah. He says I'm not suggesting it wasn't adequately predicated. But I do I need to explore. Yes. Bar suggested later in the hearing that he had information leading him to question. Whether the FBI conducted on authorized surveillance against the Trump campaign. I believe there is a basis for my concern. Not going to discuss it. Good for you bar. Now. There's more to this. I'm not gonna get into. This is just to let you know one that you can see a picture of a black hole, which has nothing to do with this piece. I just noted apprentice paper, but on the daily caller this is bar. I think spying did occur. Yup. And it was against the Trump campaign. This is good. And I'm I don't know about you. I'm convinced me on the shadow of a doubt that not only despite being a occur. 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"general william buyer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So Lindsey Graham Senator from South Carolina. He was asked today when attorney general William buyer is going to turn over the more complete Muller report. He said, we're not gonna have to wait all that long for it. He's going through the report to make sure that grand jury information is taken out by law. It can't be divulge should destroy the grand jury process and violate the law is going to go to the intelligence community to make sure there's no sources and methods or classified information that they're worried about that would be taken out. He's gonna talk to the prosecutors who have cases associated with all this to make sure it doesn't undercut them. When he does that which will take some weeks, not months, he'll turn it over to the Senate and the house and you'll come before the Senate Judiciary committee, tell us about it. Are you thinking nid April sometime in April? Probably the Democrats be tweeting out is those the end of the world that Muller report is never going to be in the public eye. That is simply not true. It will be released. They have for jacks. What they have to redact, legally speaking. Now, I have to say the media bias, obviously was not relegated to the Trump Russia issue. If you want to see a great example of media bias today. The New York Times has a piece by Malaysia. But Michelle is called once jailed in Guam. Hanem? Oh, five Taliban now face US at peace. Talks. According to the New York Times, quote when the United States invaded Afghanistan in two thousand one toppled the Taliban government, even those who surrendered were treated as terrorists handcuffed hooded and shipped to the American detention camp in Cuba. Right because they didn't dress up in uniforms, and they did not obey the laws of war. The New York Times has now in stark demonstration of the twists and predictions of the wall American involvement in Afghanistan. Five of those men are sitting across negotiating table from their former captors part of the Taliban team discussing the terms of an American troop withdrawal. During our time in Guantanamo. The feeling was with us and we'd been brought their unjustly and that we would be freed said one of the former detainees Mullah Rula hukou. But it never occurred to me that one day there would be negotiations with them. And I'd be sitting there with them on one side and us on the other the five senior Taliban officials were held at Gitmo for thirteen years before catching a lucky break in two thousand fourteen they were exchanged for sergeant Bowe bergdahl. The only known American service member to be held by the insurgents as a prisoner of war. You'll recall the Bowe bergdahl was likely a person who had wandered off base and then headed on over to the Taliban to hang out with them. And then President Obama decided to release them to release a bunch of terrorists in exchange for bergdahl claim that he had done America a favor. Now, these five terrorists are sitting across from the US at the negotiating table. Now. Why do I say this has something to do with media bias because this is a very long piece? Indeed, it is paragraphs and paragraphs and paragraphs and paragraphs, and it's all about how terrible America is for even putting these people at Gitmo harmony mentions President Barack Obama are there in this exceedingly long piece about the release of five terrorists from getting out who went and joined back up with the Taliban. And now negotiating with America. How many mentions of Barack Obama any guesses any guesses? You are correct. I attempt well welder zero zero mentions of President Obama who released these pieces of back. So they could join the Taliban once more and then fight against American troops in the field and leave negotiations against America. So well done New York Times. I can't imagine. Why people think that you are biased? All right coming up, the president of the United States should have some priorities in order now that will pass the Muller investigation, the border should be his top priority, obviously. But weirdly enough. He's not really making it as top priority. I don't understand. And I will explain why I don't understand. This is the venture hero show. One zero.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So Lindsey Graham Senator from South Carolina. He was asked today when attorney general William buyer is going to turn over the more complete Muller report. He said, we're not gonna have to wait all that long for it. He's going through the report to make sure that grand jury information is taken out. Oh, spell Lord can't be divulged to destroy their grand jury process and violate the law is going to go to the intelligence community to make sure there's no sources and methods or classified information that they're worried about that would be taken out. He's gonna talk to the prosecutors who have cases associated with all this to make sure it doesn't undercut down. When he does that which will take some weeks, not months, he'll turn it over to the Senate and the house and you'll come before the Senate Judiciary committee, tell us about it. Are you thinking mid April sometime in April, probably the Democrats tweeting out as though it's the end of the world that Mullah report is never going to be in the public eye. That is simply not true. It will be released. They have for jacked what they have to redact, legally speaking. Now, I have to say the media bias, obviously was not relegated to the Trump Russia issue. If you want to see a great example of media bias today. The New York Times has a piece by Mucci, but Michelle is called once jailed in Guam. Komo five Taliban now face US, peace talks. This is according to the New York Times, quote when the United States invaded Afghanistan in two thousand one toppled the Taliban government, even those who surrendered were treated as terrorists handcuffed and shipped to the American detention camp in Cuba. Right because they didn't dress up in uniforms, and they did not obey the laws of war. The New York Times has now in a start demonstration of the twists and predictions of along with American involvement in Afghanistan. Five of those men are sitting across negotiating table from their former captors part of the Taliban team discussing the terms of an American troop withdrawal during our time. In one's Honnama. The feeling was with us. We've been brought their unjustly and that we would be freed said one of the former detainees Mullah Rula Huck. But it never occurred to me that one day there would be negotiations with them. And I'd be sitting there with them on one side and us on the other the five senior Taliban officials were held at Gitmo for thirteen years before catching a lucky break in two thousand fourteen they were exchanged for sergeant Bowe bergdahl. The only known American service member to be held by the insurgents as a prisoner of war. You'll recall the Bowe bergdahl was likely a person who had wandered off base and then headed on over to the Taliban to hang out with them. And then President Obama decided to release them to release a bunch of terrorists in exchange for Beaubourg doll and claim that he had done America favor. Now, these five terrorists are sitting across from the US at the negotiating table. Now. Why do I say this has something to do with media bias because this is a very long piece, indeed paragraphs and paragraphs and paragraphs and paragraphs, and it's all about how terrible America is for even putting these people at Gitmo? How many mentions of President Barack Obama are there in this exceedingly long piece about the release of five terrorists from getting out who went and joined back up with the Taliban. And now we're negotiating with America. How many mentions of Barack Obama any guesses? Any guesses are correct. First attempt wel- welder zero zero mentions of President Obama who released these pieces of back. So they could join the Taliban wants more and then fight against American troops in the field and lead negotiations against America. So well done New York Times. I can't imagine. Why people think that you're biased? All right coming up. The president of the United States should have some priorities in order now that will pass the Muller investigation, the border should be his top priority, obviously. But weirdly enough. He's not really making it as top priority. I don't understand. And I will explain why I don't understand. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Seventy seven WABC traffic.

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"general william buyer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Counsel report on Russian election meddling will be revealed, the congress and the public attorney general William buyer is expected to release a summary of key finding sometime today. Liberty counsel's Matt Stabers says the report fell far short of its stated purpose. It was as we look back obviously politically motivated and was a huge waste of time. Because the original goal never was a cheat. Because there is nothing there to really investigate democratic lawmakers are renewing their calls for getting the entire report as well as evidence gathered by investigators US-backed forces have declared military victory over ISIS in Syria. It took months of fierce fighting the Syrian democratic forces raised their yellow banner over the village of goose Saturday liberating the last pocket of territory held by his logic state militants. Wendy Robinson at the RAND Corporation says the F across the battle in a deliberate manner, all of these civilians coming out of hiding and out of these tunnels. There's been a real effort to avoid civilian casualties. Get many of those civilians continue to evolve commitment to the Islamic state groups costs. I'm Ben Thomas. Residents of Australia's north west coast bracing for a tour at night, a fierce winds and heavy rain as the country's second major cyclone of the weekend. Slowly wind store Land Day after cyclone Trevor hitter remote part of the northern territory coast, slow moving cyclone, Veronica settled just off the coast about thousand miles to the west of the Pilbara region. Sixty one percent of Americans say, safety, churches, synagogues mosques and other places of worship has worsened over the past two deck. Cades this according to a new AP NRC center for public affairs research poll. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Here's the great selling point of relief factor. Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that it works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relieffactor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great display attic pain, I would take. Ibuprofen a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after awhile that I I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge..

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"general william buyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"general william buyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Clock. Everyone feels the weight the promise of certain expectations. There's a lane that we are supposed to drive in a line in the sand. You do not cross there's a natural ceiling for. Embiid. RO my role as functioning member of society to discover these invisible lines and establish a place in the cage has been ordained. Don't question. New question your place. Stuff could go awry. Dan, step detriment. Can't hold me down. Amazing stories from real people taking away out of no way of storytelling. What the beat the stay? Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk attorney general William buyer is expected to issue a summary on Sunday of special counsel, Robert Muller's report on the Russia investigation. The nearly two year probe has already led to charges against thirty four people including six former Trump associates our advisers in ours. Gary Johnson says one thing is for sure. President Trump can't be charged with anything as long as he occupies the White House. You cannot indict a sitting president, according to Justice department interpretations that means that even if the special counsel had gathered evidence of wrongdoing criminal wrongdoing by the president. He would not be charged until he left office. NPR's Carrie Johnson reporting protests, continued Saturday night in Pittsburgh after a white police officer who fatally shot a black teenager was acquitted of homicide Lucy. Perkins of member station. W was there. Hundreds of protesters. Linked arms and blocked traffic. They gathered to remember Antwan rose who was killed by former east Pittsburgh police officer Michael Ross felt last summer..

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