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CIA's new recruitment website aims to diversify spy agency
"The CIA is looking to hire and diversify. The CIA has a new recruitment website up with links to job descriptions, salaries and requirements and a streamlined application process. The agency is also trying to bring in more top candidates from all walks of life. According to an annual demographics report 26.5% of the federal intelligence Workforce where minorities in the last fiscal year it's 37% in the federal and civilian workforce overall. 39% of intelligence professionals or women now, including CIA Director Gina Hospital and the heads of all five CIA branches.
Pentagon plans to cut most of its support to CIA's counterterrorism missions
"To end most military support to the CIA's counterterrorism missions. Solitary support for CIA counterterrorism missions would end by January 5th, according to a former senior administration intelligence official. Is that acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller sent a letter to CIA director Gina Hospital outlining the decision. Multiple former and current military officials confirming to ABC News earlier reports that the movies to see if Defense Department personnel detailed to the CIA should be diverted from counterterrorism missions and two admissions related to competition with Russia and China. Dave Packer
Trump denies knowing about allegations of Russian bounties
"Madeleine brand. It is the age old Washington question. What did the president know? And when did he know it? Theus Associated Press reports The White House knew more than a year ago that Russia offered bounties to Taliban link forces to kill coalition troops in Afghanistan. And The New York Times first reported yesterday that President Trump received a written briefing in late February on the matter, say Director Gina Hospital and director of National Intelligence. John Radcliffe criticized leaks to the media. But they didn't address the facts in the stories. President Trump says he never heard about it and claims it could be a hoax. Republican lawmakers went to the White House for a briefing yesterday. And today, Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney did not mince words. I want to be absolutely clear that America's adversaries should know and they should have no doubt. That any targeting of U. S forces by Russians by anyone else will face a very swift and deadly response. Democrats received their own briefing today. Adam Schiff, Burbank congressmen and chair of the House Intelligence Committee says he doesn't know why the president hasn't said he will get to the bottom of this. I do not understand for a moment why the president isn't saying this to the American people right now and is relying on? I don't know. I haven't heard. I haven't been briefed. That's just
As U.S. touts peace deal "in principle," Taliban bomb kills 16
"Afghanistan bomb blasts shook kabul monday the u._s. presented a draft deal to draw down its military presence monday's blast which killed at least sixteen people and wounded over one hundred others rattled compound used by international organizations. The taliban has claimed responsibility for the bombing which followed attacks in recent days to major cities in northern afghanistan. The news came special u._s. On vie to <music> afghanistan zalmay khalilzad said the taliban and the u._s. have reached an agreement in principle to withdraw over five thousand troops within five months of the d._o. Being finalized the us envoy presented the deal to afghan president ashraf ghani but the afghan government has not participated in the peace talks between the taliban taliban and the united states meanwhile senior white house advisers are seeking to expand the c._i._a.'s presence afghanistan is troops start to withdraw according into a report in the new york times the c._i._a. Presence would include the creation of new counterterrorism militia forces but c._i._a. Director gina hospital reportedly has raised concerns concerns about the idea. The taliban has said the cia must also leave the country along with the military
Kim Jong UN, Kim Jong UN FOX And Kim Jong discussed on Sons of Liberty
"Card CIA director Gina hospital accused of being committed to quote developing a long range nuclear armed missile that would pose a direct threat to the United States a view, perhaps a little different than her bosses. We've had a great relationship. The Singapore was a tremendous success only the fake news likes to portrayed otherwise, we would have gone. We would have been we would have literally been at a war with North Korea. In my opinion. Had I not been elected ahead of the trip. There is a growing chorus of questions if the president is willing to give up too much and receive too little from Kim Jong UN FOX's Leland bittered. Reporting Kim Jong on already on his way to the summit traveling by slow speed train spotted in China on Saturday. Meanwhile, they're not waiting for the real deal in Vietnam fake leaders ahead of the summit the antics. Impersonators of North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN and President Trump were making the rounds in Hanoi taking pictures with curious. Onlookers ahead of the second summit of the two leaders. Vietnamese authorities not exactly on board with the idea. The Cam lookalike Hong Kong based impersonator Howard X writing on Facebook that they were questioned by immigration or police agents and threatened with deportation. He says they were confined to their hotel at one point. Adding it shows the heavy-handedness of the communist
U.S. senators conclude the Saudi crown prince ordered journalist’s killing
"To do with the death of journalist Jamal kashogi. In fact, Senator Lindsey Graham yesterday said there wasn't a smoking gun. There's a smoking saw. But that almost directly contradicts what the president had been saying. Yeah, that's right. A pretty. A remarkable moment on Capitol Hill yesterday. CIA briefing for select group of senators with director Gina apple after weeks really of them demanding answers from the administration. A what we know about involvement of Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin soman in this murder plot. They finally got some answers that small group of senators, and when they walked out of the briefing, they seem to be more furious than they were going into it. And then talking about just Democrats as you said Republicans allies of the president like Lindsey Graham saying that you'd have to be willfully blind to not come to the conclusion that NBS with intricately involved in this plot as you said that directly contradicts not the president. But his top advisors, Mike Pompeo secretary of state teams Mattis the Defense Secretary, and it really set a showdown between congress and the administration over what to do next with a relationship in Saudi Arabia. Well, before we even get into that going back to Mike Pompeo when he came out last week and made a statement or lack thereof. There was not. Steve that was made when it wasn't the CIA director Gina hospital a lot of people scratch their heads like, hey, wait a minute. Which isn't she? The beep be the one who's giving us all the information shouldn't her department be the one who's giving us this in. And it was just strange that. She wasn't the lead on that that it was Pompeii. Oh, and then he was so sort of cagey about everything. Yeah. Exactly. And then there were some reports at the White House should actually held Gina hassle back from going to deny that. Official beer telling me that hassle chose not to go, and it could be a little bit of both ending hassle. Probably didn't wanna be played off of the president. You know, she obviously would stick to what the intelligence agency has has compiled is and that could be seen two country country for President Trump has said publicly, and instead the had this class by briefing with Mike Pompeo and James Mattis for all one hundred senators, but but they last so unsatisfied that it builds up pressure on the administration over the last couple of days to do something to you know, really win back those Republicans like Bob corker in Lindsey Graham, and that's what led to the briefing yesterday. But as you said, they all laughed even more angry than before. So this saga will continue Connor to what are you do? So they're mad. All right, fine. Everybody's upset. Everybody's upset that it seems that the president isn't making full acknowledgement that the Saudi Crown prince had something to do with this. Everybody's upset on both sides fine. But from a geopolitical standpoint, you also have to wonder is it does it matter though. Even if the president did is it it doesn't make him look better to say, hey, crown prince, I know you had something to do with it. You know, the evidence is right here in black and white. I know you did. But I'm going to have to plug my nose on this one and just move on. Because I know it's the right thing to do when it could be comes to relations would that be enough to satisfy these senators on both sides who are so angry about this investigation. I think that had been the administration's reaction from the start that we wouldn't be in this position. And it could have been enough because I think a lot of those Republicans know that their relationship with Saudi Arabia is so important, and it is especially vital to the president's national security strategy his foreign policy they rely on the Saudis to counter Iran's throughout the Middle East. So if that was if that was the reaction right away fine. I think you know, that people could put their noses and go along especially because the Saudis have said consistently NBS, the crown prince is not going anywhere. And so they I think would learn to deal with it in a way if they hadn't felt so betrayed and so stone wall by the administration and by the Saudis, but but from the beginning the Saudis have have lied covered up their involvement. And then they admitted that there, you know, Saudi officials were responsible, but they said it was an accident. And then they admitted it wasn't an accident. It was a rogue operation. The the fact that they have continued to live threat. It has made it very hard now for these Senate Republicans to not want to go after them. But you're right broader broader terms in the region, if the US pol- support from the Saudis, they're left hung to dry and a lot of different places. We do need Saudi Arabia for a couple of different things and other partners. Other countries will be really willing to take on that partnership. Instead you saw Ladimir Putin over the weekend at the g twenty high fiving was NBS while President Trump declined to meet with. Yeah. That you don't want somebody else to just slide in there. So it's yeah. It's keep your your enemies close kind of thing, you know, or your friends. I'm screaming that went out. But you know, what? I mean. But yeah, you can't you can't goof up this relationship. No matter how ugly it is. But at the same time, they're just has to be a way to sort of eased everybody because everybody is upset that they feel like we're either covering up or you know, that the president is either covering something up or lying about it. Or whatever it may be if you were just to be more forthcoming about the details of the investigation and say, I don't like it. But here's the way it is. And then move forward that might help. We'll speaking of moving forward when you were mentioning Mike Pompeo. He's also in headlines for another reason, he says the US is
No doubt MbS behind Khashoggi murder: Republican senators
"Following a briefing by the director of the CIA, gene hospital. US senators said that there is no doubt that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman should be held accountable for the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamaica Shoghi kashogi was killed on October. The second after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain documents needed for his upcoming marriage hustle met with democrat and Republican senators yesterday and they've now vowed to take action against Saudi Arabia. Well, joining me in the studio is Bill Lou who's a Middle East analyst, and who was also a friend of Jamaica Shoghi. Elizabeth KENDALL Buhl also be joining us. She's a senior research fellow in our bec- at Pembroke college. Oxford Bill, let's just talk about Gina hospital. Now, she's the head of the CIA. The agency's been quite clear about who it thinks is responsible for this. But of course, she was kept away from the initial briefing. Tell us tell us what the CIA has said, well, essentially, they have confirmed what everyone has been saying really for quite some time that it's very clear abundantly clear from. The evidence that they have acquired, including these electronic messages that that the moments Amman was very much involved in the murder of Hashem Rosie in the in the consulate in Istanbul. What's what's interesting is the junior hospital was prevented from going to the Senate to just last week. Mr. pale, the sectors state engine, manufactured fence were the ones who went. And I think that was a blunder I think it was a serious blunder by by Trump because it damages both a pump Heo and Mattis as well as as President Trump. And I think to put this into context with tend to a look at all these statements that come out of the White House said about various actors and players on the world, San, but this is unprecedented. This is a very senior members of the of the ruling Republican party attacking an ally in no uncertain terms. Calling him crazy saying we will not do business with this, man. Speaking about really, a a mental aberration. And and being appalled at what he has been told. And what he's heard. So it's an unprecedented step that that is that is that is unrivalled. And I think it's going to be damaging for Trump. I think it's going to be damaging for the people that support him. And really, I you know, my home. Convince Oman obviously now is on very very thin ice as you say unprecedent to attack an ally like that, but also hugely problematic for the Senate to go. So against what the president to say. Yes. An and because it's leading Republicans supporters vocal supporters of of Trump that have carried this attack out. So it's not just an attack on Amman is an attack on the strategy that somehow we can maintain a relationship with my mind because we need Saudi Arabia now, what Lindsey Graham was saying. I'm making a distinction here. Saudi Arabia is not NBS an and really that's a road perhaps out of this mess. Don't trump. But when you look at Saudi Arabia right now, it is MBA because he controls everything the economy, the military security system. And and and now really the challenge is can there's some space be created. So those within the ruling found in Saudi Arabia can start the process of actually getting rid of. I'm on..
Sen. Lindsey Graham after CIA briefing on journalist's murder: "There's a smoking saw"
"Herridge CIA director Gina hospital today briefed lawmakers about the investigation into the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Senator Lindsey Graham saying it's obvious Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman orchestrated ca show he's murder and dismemberment. There's not a smoking gun. There's a smoking saw President Trump has rejected US intelligence findings that the Saudi Crown prince played a key role in the
Silent Sam should stay on UNC campus in safer location, university leaders suggest
"British naturalist and BBC personality opened the cop twenty four climate summit with a dire. Warning. We're facing a manmade disaster. Of global scale gracious, stretching thousands of years in an impassioned speech UN secretary General Antonio Gutierrez called on world leaders to act boldly in order to avoid a catastrophe. We must start today building the tomorrow, we won't hear countries to cut their emissions. Forty five percent from twenty ten levels over the next eleven years and aim for net zero emissions by twenty fifty and ambitious goal to say the least. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. CIA director Gina hospital planning to brief a small group of senators today in the murder of US based Saudi journalist hassles appearance. Follows a briefing last week by secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary James Mattis, a briefing senators described as inadequate so why didn't Gina hospital attend. We were told in this briefing that it was the direction of the White House that she a as a result. Senator Richard Durbin says some senators were angered others were disappointed. One of the chief. Critics of the briefing was south. Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham in that briefing is not given soon. It's going to be hard for me to vote for any spending Bill and with the clock ticking toward a shutdown later this month, unless congress passes some spending bills that could be a real threat. Linda Kenyon, Washington after two years. A NASA spacecraft has finally chase down an ancient asteroid. The robotic explorer called Osiris Rex is inching ever closer to the asteroid Benue, and we'll be in orbit of the space rock on New Year's Eve, the diamond shaped asteroid is just sixteen hundred feet across. So this would be the first time a spacecraft has ever orbited such a small body about the size of an SUV the spacecraft will shadow the asteroid for a year before eventually swinging near the surface to scoop up some gravel and we'll head back to earth in two thousand twenty three. I'm John Stolnis. Should you say sixteen hundred feet long across I you know, I wasn't paying attention. And then the rest of the sentence was about the size of an SUV. What is a big SUV? Anyway. Would you rent your by here in the Dallas Fort Worth area? Robin guest has been looking at the numbers, and she'll have the answer for you. Coming up next.
"gina hospital" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Canoe America, not only guards our own future. But also safeguards democracy. For the world. Earlier. Top Senate democrat Chuck Schumer also praised Bush. He embodied the characteristics. We admire and a president integrity civility dignity humility and sincere interest in bipartisanship, while President Trump did not attend the ceremony in the rotunda. He did come to the capital a few hours later to pay his respects he will attend the state funeral tomorrow at National Cathedral. Congress faces a Friday deadline for reaching a spending agreement to avoid a government shutdown with the main disagreement over funding for a border wall. But lawmakers wanted to avoid fighting over spending with Bush lying in state and his state funeral set for tomorrow. There's now agreement to fund the government for another two weeks. And that means the government would run out of money on December twenty first moving the fight over spending much closer to Christmas. The capital will remain open until Wednesday morning for people to pay their respects ahead of the state funeral. Before the body of the late president is returned to Texas for burial jury bowed lender, Washington. This is America in the morning. It's ten past CIA director Gina Hess bowl is expected to brief a small group of lawmakers today on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has that story. Gina hospital will brief leaders of some key Senate committees, including foreign relations and armed services, both Republicans and Democrats alike. House bills appearance follows a briefing last week by secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary James Mattis a briefing senators described as inadequate so why didn't Gina hospital attend. We were told in.
Mike Pompeo, Lindsey Graham And Secretary discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
"Against Iran back rebels in Yemen. Moving just hours after the president dispatch secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and the secdef matters to lobby against the measure. The Senate voted sixty three to thirty seven to force a Bill on the resolution out of committee. Fourteen Republicans, join the minority Democrats are defying the White House's argument the measure could damage relations with a critical ally. At a highly sensitive time, Lindsey Graham nasty who has been great up until now. Said that he was upset that the CIA director Gina hospital didn't show up at a briefing yesterday. So it was almost like he was this was a temper tantrum vote on the part of these Republicans. We'll pick it up with secretary of defense Mattis regarding this idea the Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince had new of this or ordered this murder of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Washington compost
Senate advances measure to end support for Saudi war in Yemen
"On Capitol Hill today in a closed session senators heard testimony from secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mattis. The pair were briefing senators on the killing of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi and on US involvement in the war in Yemen. Next door to Saudi Arabia, New Jersey, Senator Robert Menendez is ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations committee. He was at the briefing today. He's on the line now. Hi, senator. Hi do. Good to have you with us. Take tip. Both those matters on the table today, the US role in the war in Yemen. And what we know about the killing of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi. Did you hear anything from Pompeo that persuades you that current US policy toward Saudi Arabia is the right policy toward Saudi Arabia. No, first of all. As it relates to Jamal kashogi. The fact that Gina hospital. The CIA director was not there. The spy bipartisan calls for her to be there and to testify as to what her agency and other intelligence agencies conclusions were. Was pretty outrageous. My view it's a cover up of a critical question that we have as it relates to U S Saudi relationship. Why why is it so important to you to hear from her when you had two other top administration officials there because only she listened to the kashogi tapes, only, she and the members of the intelligence community did all of the intelligence gathering to all of its methods listened to all of the relevant elements of it and came to a conclusion, I don't really need someone to somehow characterized her testimony. I'd rather hear her testimony. And that's what members wanted and the administration denied us from having that opportunity. What explanation were you given for why she wasn't there. We weren't given one. We pressed the secretary of state and the secretary of defense as to why she was not there, and they punted to the White House and the White House gave us no answer. And so to me, it's very clear that published reports that Gina hospital and the CIA have come to the conclusion with a high degree of confidence was generally the highest determination. They give to to an analysis that the Saudi Crown prince was involved in ordering the murder Jamalco Shoghi is something they didn't want members to hear directly or to have verified directly. I'll state for the record the CIA put out a statement denying that she was instructed not to attend. So let me set that matter that mystery to the to the side for the moment, I know that much she didn't make it. I don't know who who didn't said go don't go. But she was clearly asked by myself as the ranking democrat on the foreign relations committee. By the chairman of the foreign relations committee, by brains and members on both sides, and she wasn't there. Okay. Let me turn you to Yemen. This afternoon, you all voted to advance a resolution would end US military support to the Saudi led coalition secretary Pompeo argued hard against this as I said, it was a closed door session. So I can hear what he had to say to you. But he wrote a piece in the Wall Street Journal today saying this is just going to help Iran, and it's going to undercut a key ally. Saudi arabia. Why is he rock? Well, he's wrong. Because number one is the the Saudis will still have the concern of Iran. They will continue to push back on Iran's influence in the region. The Saudis will still have the concerns of international terrorism as it affects their country. They're not gonna walk away from making a fight on those issues and he's wrong because I originally did not support the resolution that came before the Senate once again today, I actually voted to table to give the administration the chance to show me that in fact their policies and our engagement and the department of defense with the Saudi led coalition was actually leading to less so the civilian casualties and pathway towards a political solution, and they failed Senator thank you very much. Thank you, Senator Robert Menendez, the top democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations committee and now to China and the. Story of the
"gina hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"They were mad CIA director Gina hospital didn't testify. This is what Senator Lindsey Graham had to say. The briefing was inadequate because the CIA was not there. I'm not going to be denied the ability to be briefed by the CIA. And if the briefing reinforces the conclusion that I already tentatively of forms, then there will be no more business as usual with Saudi Arabia. Republican Senator Mike Lee really wasn't so much about the briefing itself his objection, especially when it comes to the issue in Yemen. Is that congress hasn't played a role? In using their constitutional authority when it comes to war. So a little bit of a difference objection there from Senator Mike Lee secretary's day, Mike Pompeo deflected questions about why CIA director Jean did not appear at the Senate briefing and claim there's no direct reporting connecting the crown prince to the order to murder Jamal kashogi. And then the CIA press secretary told NBC news, the notion that anyone told director hassle not to attend today's briefing is false. So I wasn't. She there. If nobody told her not to go, the White House didn't tell her not to go. Why wasn't? She there. Because the front and center in this whole thing. Here's my bigger picture view of all of this. Our foreign policy is a little bit incoherence at the moment. We are on one hand strong enough to take action to try to bend Europe, and China and Canada and Mexico to our will even if it means suffering some temporary economic costs which we've seen throughout our economy. Doing the same to Saudi Arabia. Is a no go. That doesn't add up. Either were strong enough that we can impose our will. When necessary. Like, we're doing on all the trade issues released trying to. Or we're not this idea that we can't push back on Saudi Arabia because Saudi Arabia is so important. Is kind of laughable to me. On this one. We can have our cake and eat it too. We can push back and still get their cooperation where needed. Because what we're essentially communicating by doing things the way we're doing right now. And I think this is a bad and dangerous. Message to send. Is this? The core values that make America great are for sale. Do you want? Even if it means going.
First Santa Fe School Shooting Victim Laid To Rest « CBS New York
"Join us as we stand together to ensure this does not continue in our schools community state and nation cbs omar villafranca says the suspect is on a suicide watch seventeenyearold dimitrios pagor cheese has been jailed on capital murder charges for the killings police say he wore a trenchcoat and carried a remington eight seventy shotgun and a thirty eight caliber pistol during the attack witnesses say he hovered between four classrooms while taunting students as he shot his classmates and teachers the message to iran forget the idea of being a nuclear power they restart their nuclear program it will mean bigger problems bigger problems than they've ever had before secretary of state mike pompeo saying today the us sanctions against tehran could be severe mike pompeo's successor at the cia was sworn in today solemnly gene gina hospital the first woman to run the spy agency for me being director is about doing right by all of you so that you have the tools and support needed to carry out our sacred mission on wall street the dow was up two hundred ninety eight points the nasdaq gained thirty nine s and p rose twenty now this chapel one safer card the next big thing in food earn unlimited three percent cashback on dining two percent on groceries at one percent on all other purchases what's in your wallet local olympian says she wasn't disabused but ignored by those who could have saved her hind those words is a child that desperately needs help now she's suing i'll have more coming up after kiro radio realtime traffic i'm gonna take you fifteen minutes longer than usual.
Death toll in DRC Ebola outbreak now at 27
"A swearing in ceremony for new cia director gina hospital this morning president trump praised the agency she leads it is a true honour to stand here today before the most elite intelligence professionals on the planet earth nobody even close hours before the ceremony trump blasted former director john brennan suggesting he's to blame for the for the russia probe after months of battle syrian forces have captured a neighborhood in southern damascus from islamic state militants syrian military is declaring the capital and its surroundings completely secure president trump is hailing a truce with china on trade saying in a tweet that he expects barriers and tariffs to come down in a big boost for american farmers that's boosting the mood on wall street where stocks have been higher all day i'm ben thomas a nurse has died from bola in congo now bringing the death toll from the disease to twenty seven according to congress health minister the country also faces nearly two dozen confirmed cases of the disease with several more probable cases to patients have recovered in headed home congas health delegation and representatives of the world health organization and united nations launched a vaccination campaign against the disease a legal argument about the size of eyedrops has failed to catch the eye of the supreme court drug companies allergan bausch and lomb merrick and pfizer have all asked the court to get involved in the case they were sued by patients using their eye drops because they say the eye drops are too big and that leads to waste the patients say they'd wind up spending less money if the bottles were designed to dispense smaller eyedrops now that the supreme court's passed a lower court decision to let the lawsuit go forward will stand former polish president and anti communist elect for when sir met with disabled people and their parents who've been staging a sitting in the parliament for more than a month.
As Zuckerberg heads to Brussels, British lawmakers ask for answers
"Com no gimmick radio i'm lilian woo the first woman to head the cia just sworn in gina hospital saying she's honored has been nearly fifty years since an operations officer rose up through the ranks to become the director and after the experience of the last two months i think i know why that is under fire by critics for her role in the bush administration's detention and interrogation of terrorists after nine eleven she's told lawmakers under her leadership the cia will not restart such a program the north carolina man who killed his daughter and daughterinlaw as they sat in a restaurant said to be suffering severe mental illness according to his pastor in bessemer city say sixty year old roger sell intentionally rammed his vehicle into the surf and turf lodge sunday into a busy launch crowd south with immediately arrested i'm bruce vale with your money now facebook chief executive mark zuckerberg has agreed to have his meeting tomorrow with the leaders of the european parliament about data privacy be broadcast publicly through web streaming the meeting with political leaders and the justice and civil rights expert was long expected to be private but many in the european parliament had been calling for an on air grilling for zuckerberg to explain his company's role in a scandal over the misuse of customer data a technical team from boeing is joining us and mexican aviation efforts experts in the investigation of the crash of a boeing seven thirty seven charter flight outside of havana amid allegations that the mexican company that owned the plane had previously been warned about safety violations stocks are surging today with the dow jones industrial average ahead three hundred thirteen points the nasdaq composite that is up forty five points the sp five hundred up twenty one that's your money now lumber liquidators is celebrating.
Gina Haspel sworn in as first female CIA director
"That langley for the swearing in fox's john decker live at the white house speaking before rank and file cia employees president trump praised gina hospital who is confirmed by the senate in a bipartisan vote last week our enemies we'll take note gina is tough she's strong and when it comes to defending america gina will never ever back down who was the first woman to lead the cia says she wants to send more officers into the field improve foreign language proficiency among the ranks and strengthen the agencies working relationships with intelligence agencies in partner nations lisa thanks john will former
Iraq: anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s bloc confirmed as election winners
"Town on review dot com washington dc and national media been buzzing for several weeks about this ability of genus pull the president's choice to replace mike pompeo as director i spoke with arkansas senator tom cotton onto let me ask you seriously about gina hospital the nomination will be better on and then it goes to the floor thereafter after expecter declare with affirmative votes still in the committee he was i said for weeks now gina will be recommended by the intelligence committee on a bipartisan votes and then next week she will be confirmed as director in the full senate on a bipartisan that would bring the president's national security came the vice president secretary of state secretary of defense mattis national director of intelligence coats cia director house bowl to full strength with john bolton security advisor chief of staff kelly best national security team we've had in my lifetime and they are going to confront an interesting situation in iraq which i would like you to come it appears that matata al solder is going to be the most powerful person in iraq i believe when you were carrying a rifle in the slums of baghdad he was shooting at you what what do you make of this turn of events in iraq you're right that mccotter all solders ticket seems to have received the most votes in the parliamentary elections on saturday now iraqi politics are complicated and they're far from having a majority and in those days when i was in iraq two thousand six they went months without a formal government because of the coalition talks taking so long so it's not yet clear who will be the prime minister how the ministerial offices will be divided but the most important thing in iraq is that we not have a government dominated by the ayatollah in tehran and to extent that moqtada al solder is willing to have laid down his arms in the past and try to work to the political process and have a government that won't be beholden to tehran the to me united states interest to try to work with anyone who's willing to stay on break free and independent iraq that is independent of iranian influence coming up there to promise keepers in this story in the short term the promise keeper with president trump and there's another promise keeper and that's gone the us embassy celebratory opening in jerusalem when the town all review returns in a moment.
Migraine, Marjorie Vincent and Regina Hopper discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"But the insurance helps in the recovery wsb news time five thirty three continuing coverage around the clock con wsb president trump expresses optimism the plan summit with kim jong un will happen but he also hints of serious consequences should it fall apart of the meeting happens it happens and if it doesn't we go onto the next step and that next step the president suggests could raise the risk of kim jong un being overthrown because we cannot let that country have nukes reporter ben thomas says kim may be worried about a regime change following recent statements from national security adviser john bolton after a tough nomination process the senate confirms gina hospital is cia director hassles nomination reopened the debate over the cia as past brutal interrogation techniques since she oversaw black site where terror detainees underwent harsh treatment saga megani reports hassle becomes the first woman to head the cia after she pledged to never reinstated torture program in wsb news about your health a new drug could help stop a migraine before it starts food and drug adminis nations just approved a new drug called amo vague aim of vague would be given as a monthly injection it targets a substance in the blood that spikes when people get migraines triggering the symptoms jackie quinn reports the only similar drugs currently on the market or bow talks epilepsy treatments but many patients complain about side effects after a shakeup at the top the leadership of the miss america organization is now all female miss america organization appointed former cbs news correspondent regina hopper president and marjorie vincent trip to cheer the board that puts women in the top three jobs at the organization reporter warren levinson says it comes after the former ceo of the organization made sexist remarks about contestants looks intelligence the sex lives wsb news time five thirty five speaker bring you up to date on weather traffic now it's twenty five minutes till six wsb meteorologist.
New Ebola Cases In Central African City Prompt Fears Virus Is Surging « CBS Sacramento
"Leader mitch mcconnell says her experience and expertise were evident during her confirmation hearing demonstrated counter integrity and a forthright approach to the committee's questions democrat elizabeth warren saw no candor at all especially on the issue of torture techniques the cia used after nine eleven this hassle danced around the answer gina hospital would succeed mike pompeo as head of the cia linda kenyon capitol hill congo's ebola outbreak spread to a crossroads city of more than a million people in a troubling turn that marks the first time the country's encountered the lethal virus in an urban area late today congress ministry of health announced eleven new confirmed evola cases two deaths tied the cases in the country's northwest and a federal magistrates ordered former ku klux klan leader david duke to turn over his email social media messages and other communications about the nationalist rally in charlottesville this.
"gina hospital" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Welcome back to good morning indiana time now is five thirteen years a look at i four sixty five at rockville road over on the west side the roads are dry all is it moving up to space of state ever this traffic update coming up with elena thank you will leader of the white nationalist movement is going to jail for attacking his wife while their children watched matthew hind balk will spend more than a month in jail for that he also went after her stepfather in their southern indiana home which violated his parole i'm balk was on probation for harassing an african american protest or at our trump rally in louisville he was also one of the organizers of the unite the right rally in charlottesville virginia that left one woman dead it is five thirteen wanna get you up to speed on what's happening right now across the country from new justice department investigation to more teacher walkouts but first president trump's pick to head the cia is on her way to confirmation gina hospital wrote a letter to the top democrat of the senate committee saying that agency should not have used harsh interrogation tactics after nine eleven which secured his support the the senate there is committee the senate committee is expected to push her nomination through today with the rest of the senate voting by the end of the week and both the fbi and the justice department are investigating cambridge analytica that's according to the new york times the company had ties to the trump campaign and access data of up to more than eighty million people and use that data for more than fifty million users on facebook without their permission and likely use the information to aid the trump campaign cambridge analytica announced earlier this month that it will shut down and declared bankruptcy well it's gonna look a lot like this today in north carolina as another fifteen thousand teachers are expected to walk out of their classrooms today now they're marching at the state's capital as the legislature begins its annual session this is the six statewide teacher protests demanding higher salaries since february.
"gina hospital" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Cents or committed perjury during the investigation gina hospital is now poised to be the next director of the cia as a cia official gina hassle not only oversaw one of the sites where cia torture took place she's the person at ci who drafted the cable that ordered the tapes to be shredded because gina hostile plays a big part in the story of those shredded tapes and the investigation that came after it and because the senate is about to vote on whether or not she should be in charge of the cia now seems like a good time for the senate to maybe finally see that second secret john durham report democrats in the senate have now asked the trump administration to see it they want senators to be able to read it before they decide about their vote on hospitals confirmation confirmation process for hospital thus far has turned up a little more explanation for what happened to those tapes not much but a little but did gina hospital tell the truth one investigators looked into her order to destroy the tapes did she tell the truth to investigators did she tell the truth the truth to a grand jury turns out they were as a two year long investigation of that what we're its findings should senators be allowed to know that before they vote on her the senate intelligence committee votes tomorrow on hassles nomination to lead the the most recent whip count suggestion will be voted out of committee she is on track to be confirmed by the whole senate but before that vote before this becomes official there is a key piece of gina hospital story her history with the cia torture program that right now is locked in a filing cabinet at the justice department with senators not allowed to see it the first on her nomination is tomorrow we'll senate democrats get the key to that filing cabinet in time.
"gina hospital" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The recipient of not one but two prestigious marconi awards for his broadcast excellence one only my fellow americans thanks for tuning in tonight from alaska to florida from maine to hawaii aubrey state every county every city in between hopefully we have a great show planned for you tonight reviewing what happened in the president and the president what's going on now what happened the past seven days with the trumpster what's going to happen and the next seven days incredible we're blessed eleven consequential times and i was thinking watching some on sunday morning talk shows how gina hassle kind of represents trumpism and way you may not realize you may recall that the former director of the cia was a guy named john brennan for like four or five years who by the way to his credit even though he's a clinton easter and worked closely with obama even john brennan former director of the cia says and he's a democrat or a he's voted for communist before he admitted to that we'll talk about that in the moment even john brennan said gena haswell would make a great cia director and so when it came out that she had a low level position sixteen or seventeen years ago implementing the policies of the cia and implementing the policies of the united states government which allowed the waterboarding has certain three individuals and she was supervising one of the three and all of a sudden here we route sixteen or seventeen years later with clare twenty twenty hindsight the democrats went after gina hospital but we're were they in twenty twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and seventeen when john brennan was actually the director of the cia and i think it was fox it might have been newsmax ran all these tapes of dianne feinstein and others complementing john brennan because he was a democrat appointed by obama had the cia what a great job what a great patriot what a great loyal american he was but when the socalled waterboarding was taking place which by the way is not torture because if it's torture what is the marines waterboard their own us marines and training but nonetheless at that point the waterboarding was going.
"gina hospital" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"It's red eye radio he is eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara eight six six ninety redeye wanna play this audio cut here we talked a lot about it yesterday show eric when you were out but the confirmation hearings and you know for the cia director gina hospital and you know just how ridiculous you know democrats are are getting on this anything the cia does is anything that they did when it came to interrogation techniques they got the approval of the people we the people of the united states of america as you said earlier the cia doesn't doesn't come up with policy right they follow policy that they get from the elected representatives of the people of the united states and when it came to enhanced interrogation techniques they got them and the approval from republicans and democrats in congress we nation decided what what it was going to be and then we when we decided it wasn't going to be that any longer that she was made that decision was made by the nation and all the headlines yesterday well she has promised not to reinstate such techniques she doesn't get sayso that's one of the questions she's not involved in that at all.
"gina hospital" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"At the days of events tom shillue show welcome plugged into the show i'm tom shillue is the tom shillue show very excited to talk with you today touched on gina hospital and the cia yesterday her confirmation hearings are going on now she's speaking in front of congress these are the hearings which i i always talk about these hearings with you know it's in a in a kind of a tongue in cheek way i don't i don't take these hearings very seriously it's a lot of grandstanding by people in congress but it is instructive to tune into them to see how your members of congress are grandstanding they know these things are going to be covered they know they're they're going to get their face on the news and if they can act like they're a special prosecutor in front of these people especially a democrats in front of republicans or you know vice versa happens with republicans as well they're all they all like there moments in the sun in front of the cameras and they want to appear as tough as possible so they're giving gina hassle the third degree and i guess she should be i mean what the cia she should be able to be grilled she's doing quite well i think we're going to play some sound from her but i want to get your take on whether you think she should be confirmed whether you think someone like gina hassle should be at the head of the cia definitely came from the bush era whether you agree with the iraq war or the treatment of detainees we're gonna get into all the details of that and we're gonna try to define what torture is but there's a lot of people on the democrat side of the aisle who believed they know what torture is they believe it went on they thought they believe that laws were broken i'm not sure if they really believe this but they want the world to know that america broke both the law in the sense of you know really broke the law international law and really violated moral standards of the modern world there's a lot of democrats who want the world to know that america engaged in immoral practices that's what they want i'm wondering what you think of.
"gina hospital" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Want to get back to gina hospital and the investigation we tell you what bothered me about it jose rodriguez was gina haskell's boss he wrote a piece that was published in the wall street journal in twenty fourteen headline today's cia critics once urged the agency do anything to fight al qaeda any talks about people like dianne feinstein who are talking about how concerned she is about enhanced interrogation techniques about people like senator jay rockefeller who was concerned about the hands interrogation techniques is right they were all informed they were all informed quote the interrogation program was authorized by the highest levels of the us government judge legal by the justice department and proved effective by any reasonable standard the leaders of the senate and house intelligence committees of both parties to congress he's on the program more than forty times between two thousand two and two thousand nine with nancy pelosi tried to deny that she was told in two thousand and two that detainees have been waterboarded that that is simply not true i was among those who briefed her end of quote kennedy talks about things that feinstein rockefeller said after nine eleven and after we had captured khalid sheikh mohammed and went on television saying we're going to get all the information we're gonna do whatever we have to do we'll fletcher what when wolf blitzer ask rockefeller about khalid sheikh mohammed how you be interrogated rockefeller said and i'm quoting there are potential memorandum's that prescribed and allow certain measures to be taken but we have to be careful on the other hand he does have the information getting that information we'll save american lives we have no business not getting that information in the quote that's what he said then and then when waterboarding became unpopular the war became unpopular george w bush became unpopular these democrats began saying fact check orange fact check dot org pelosi's torture denials coke speaker pelosi said in february she was never told the was using waterboarding and interogations then in may she changed her story to say she was told but still claimed it was not quite as early as the cia said and then people like so wait a second she was here i really informed her and now she's got him nisha twelve step program for that.
"gina hospital" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"His nominee to be c i a director he says gina hospital is tough on terror she faces confirmation hearings this week and we'll see tough questioning about her role in the agency's covert detention of terror suspects john cohen is former under secretary of homeland security based on my conversations with people who are currently in the agency and people who have four preferring the past is that she's somebody who the rank and file a have quite a bit of respect for the head of the house intelligence committee is threatening to hold attorney general jeff sessions in contempt of congress for not cooperating more with the russian investigation california congressman devin nunez told fox news fox and friends he plans to press fellow lawmakers on that issue this week democratic congressman brendan boyle of pennsylvania is discouraged by nunez and his actions the house intelligence committee under devon union has become a joke it has no credibility i give credit to the senate intelligence committee that at least has been acting like professionals and adults under their republican chairman and democratic ranking member and it's embarrassing to me as a house member that i can't say the same about the house intelligence committee nunez says the justice department is refusing to comply with the subpoena for classified documents flatter mir putin is beginning his fourth term as russian president today you took the oath of office and promised to pursue an economic agenda that will boost living standards in his country the country has been dealing with a recession that's been brought on by international sanctions global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll blackstone group has agreed to buy gramercy property trust for seven point six billion dollars.
"gina hospital" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Paul of kentucky who's a friend of the show and i think is basically a good guy why he has jumped all over this issue but the the idea that he is opposing gina hospital for cia director and he may oppose mike pompeo if rand paul opposes mike pompeo and all of the democrats end up opposing mike pompeo then depending upon the health of senator mccain and where he comes down on this issue remember he's also very sensitive on the issue of torture because of his personal experience pompeo's nomination may be in trouble and at a time like this where a lot of putin has just been reelected yeah what a shock i mean couldn't see that one coming could you another sixyear term and he was asked if he would continue to serve after his sixyear term which is opposed to be his last would he change the constitution he says what and serve until one hundred he says no yet okay so we won't serve until one hundred sixty five right now the the entire putin rule and the way that this election was handled and the second place finisher the second place finisher was the communist candidate yes they have a communist candidate they want to restore stolen to hero status the the situation with america's handling of russia of north korea of our alliances of iran it is a dangerous world we need a secretary of state confirmed we need a national security adviser i hope it continues to be general mcmaster but we need people in place whether it's general mcmaster john bolton who would be another good choice that that one is in confirmable that one does have to go up for a senate fight but cia director and secretary of state due and this is one of those all hands on deck matters i i hope that the president focuses less attention on andrew mccabe and robert muller and more attention and getting these fine nominees and they're both fine nominees confirmed by the congress by the senate of the united states rand paul sounded like this on the issue of gina hospitals confirmation specifically on the director i oppose her because she believes that.
"gina hospital" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The opioid epidemic during a planned trip to new hampshire next week president trump boasted to wealthy republican donors wednesday he made up a claim about trade deficits during a recent private conversation he had with canadian prime minister justin trudeau in an audio recording obtained by the washington post trump's reportedly heard telling the donors he insisted to trudeau the us has a trade deficit with candidate even though he was completely unsure whether the statement was true in fact the us has a trade surplus with canada on thursday trump repeated the lie tweeting quote we do have a trade deficit with canada as we do with almost all countries some of the massive unquote the white house is denying media reports that president trump is poised to fire national security advisor lieutenant general hr mcmaster ahead of a planned north korea summit in may trump is reportedly considering replacing mcmaster with john bolton who was named by president george w bush in two thousand five to beat the us ambassador to the united nations and recess appointment after bush feared he would not be confirmed by the senate well the foreign policy hawke who suggested the us military should directly engage iran and north korea he wants said if the un headquarters in new york lost ten stories at quote wouldn't make a bit of difference the position of national security advisor does not require senate confirmation in an update to a story we covered on tuesday about president trump's pick to head the cia gina hospital propublica has retracted part of its reporting which we cited about hassles role that a secret cia black site in thailand where prisoners were tortured propublica is now reporting gina hospital was not yet based at the site when abu zubaydah was over was waterboarded eighty three times and did not mock the person or while he was being tortured but according to.
"gina hospital" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Oh if you want her help well i you prove it and then we'll help gangster total gangster in any event theresa may today made some announcements because she she's got more brass than our previous president theresa may kicks out twenty three russian spies from the u k and blasts putin's contempt for cells berry poisoning theresa may accused putin of acting with sarcasm contempt and defiance which is exactly what he had left rough were doing in the wake of an attempt on sergei scrim paul's life so they've kicked out twentythree i always love this obama did this to you know if you know you've got twenty three russian spies once you kick him out anyway go ahead and kick them out ahead of time i let's go to let's go to the next one now gina hospital is president trump's new pick to be the head of the cia director of cia and she has a wonderful past with the cia running black sites and charge of waterboarding one troglodyte which was as i described yesterday cleared through all the legal traps and political traps before these missions were carried out and of course the democrats who were fully briefed on capitol hill on all of this and we're asking questions like is this as far as we can go can't we go farther lumber describing waterboarding to them the democrats were lapping it up and saying can't we go farther and then what was a secret and then it leaked at probably from democrats and then they're outraged outraged to find that this what they approved was going on right case john brennan who i have no respect for whatsoever he voted for gus hall the communist party candidate for president of the united states and then barack obama picked him to be head of the cia there were years apart but nonetheless who do you know that voted for gus hall and would you make him the head of the he was asked because the news media they've got the long knives out for gina hospital and the democrats and john mccain to he's wrong wrong about this and john brennan endorsed her wholeheartedly gina is somebody who i have great confidence and can steer the ship of state of and having a professional they're having somebody who is a political and non partisan and it's not going to engage in policy i think we'll be seen as a breath of fresh air.
"gina hospital" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Eight all operations as part of an orderly wind down process so no more toys r us kids sorry in the wake of rex tillerson's firing trump has said he will nominate currency i a director mike pompeo to be the next secretary of state and gina has spell as c i a director senator rand paul said he'll oppose both of them citing pompeo's support for the iraq war with regard to the nomination of gina hospital i am troubled by her tis patient in the black ops site in thailand and particularly traveling i think is this quote from her time there and from the time when the torture was actually occurring the quote from one of the interrogator says the cina hospital said good job i like the way you're drooling this is about zuber day who as he was being waterboarded it adds to the realism i'm almost buying it you wouldn't think a grown man would do that when you read that sort of the joyful glee at someone who's being tortured i find it just amazing that anyone would consider having this woman at the head of the cia and so my opposition to her is over her direct participation in interrogations and her gleeful enjoyment at the suffering of someone being tortured so my announcement today is that i will oppose both pompeo's nomination and hassles nomination all right now rand paul saying he'll oppose both of them hopefully some democrats will stand with him on that more breaking news and fundraising speech yesterday in missouri donald trump boasted that he insisted to.
"gina hospital" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"The voice so boston five here on the great w r k o jeff kunar and how bad will it get will get to that a little bit later but first rand takes his stand against trump's nominees as you know trump announced earlier this week that he was firing rex tillerson and he was going to replace them he wants to replace them with the current director of the cia mike pompeo who is a hawk he was a hawk on iraq he's a hawk on iran he's a hawk on china he's a hawk on north korea and trump says that pompeo is more on his ideological wavelength and that he gets along better with pompeii oh chemistry wise than he did with t rex rex tillerson so that then opens up a potential opay some with the current director of the cia mike pompeo who is a hawk he was a hawk on iraq he's a hawk onto now head the gina hospital if she is confirmed by the senate she would be the first female cia director in history rand paul has now come out swinging saying me yet on pompeo at on gina hospital listen to him say i will vote against mike pompeo as the next secretary of state roll it britain one of the things that i liked about president trump was hitting consistently loudly as opposed to.
"gina hospital" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Tom shillue back with the tom shillue show would argue about torture and the democrats are gonna have a field day at the confirmation hearings of mike pompeo and gina hospital the first woman director of the cia proposed i think she'll be confirmed but only after the democrats attacker and some republicans including rand paul rand paul doesn't like her and he is gonna vote no listen to this with regard to the nomination of gina hospital i am troubled by her participation in the black ops site in thailand particularly traveling i think is this quote from her time there and from the time when the torture was actually occurring the quote from one of the interrogator says the gina hospital said good job i like the way you're drooling this is about zuber day who as he was being waterboarded it adds to the realism i'm almost buying it you wouldn't think a grown man would do that when you read that sort of the joyful glee at someone who's being tortured i find it just amazing that anyone would consider having this woman at the head of the we're talking to are we not we're talking about a super bad dude he's like a k sm level dude maybe you can we can quibble over if he's k sm level but can you blame first of all.
"gina hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That is a stain on the honor of the united states our cia personnel divided on their views of gina hospital and i ask it because cia personnel seem to be certainly divided on the legacy of this era that you're describing many of them of course believe and know that they were executing the orders of the commander in chief or doing what was necessary many cia personnel think that it was a black stain as you say on the agency itself well i think the cia rank and file are probably happy to have a professional officer one of their own in power it rarely works out great when politicians are appointed to direct the cia and i think they will close ranks behind her i also think you know here we see is now more than seventy years old this is the first woman ever to rise to the top of the chain of command i think it will be difficult for some senators to beat her up during the confirmation hearings on that score but i think if john mccain is healthy enough mccain having served more than seven years as a prisoner of war a man who is unalterably opposed to torture senator mccain ever knocks heads with gene hospital that will be one for the ages well tim before we go clearly we're about to revisit the era of torture in the cia in the war on terror that's all going to be made public again at least what's not classified what do you think the country's gonna gain from reprising all this history when gina hospital inevitably comes before the senate well this will be the first open discussion of this terrible chapter in our history and good for us for frankly get around to this fifteen years after the fact it's a terrible terrible terrible episode and yet the see i can say as earn berg defense we were just following orders well that didn't work too well for the germans after world war two and i think it won't work that well for the cia today gina bowl to be nominated according to president trump to lead the cia senate hearings ahead of us tim winer is author of legacy of ashes the history of the cia tim thank you so much.
"gina hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That is a stain on the honor of the united states our cia personnel divided on their views of gina hospital and i ask it because cia personnel seem to be certainly divided on the legacy of this era that you're describing many of them of course believe in no that they were executing the orders of the commander in chief or doing what was necessary many cia personnel think that it was a black stain as you say on the agency itself well i think the cia rank and file are probably happy to have a professional officer one of their own in power it rarely works out great when politicians are appointed to direct the cia and i think they will close ranks behind her i also think you know here we are to see is now more than seventy years old this is the first woman ever to rise to the top of the chain of command i think it will be difficult for some senators to beat her up during the confirmation hearings on that score but i think if john mccain is healthy enough mccain having served more than seven years as a prisoner of war a man who is unalterably opposed to torture if senator mccain ever knocks said with gina hospital that will be one for the ages well tim before we go clearly we're about to revisit the era of torture in the cia in in the war on terror that's all going to be made public again at least what's not classified what do you think the country's gonna gain from reprising all this history when gina hospital inevitably comes before the senate the history of the cia tim thank you so much.