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"haldeman" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:35 min | 4 d ago

"haldeman" Discussed on American Scandal

"Didn't only lose in the court of public opinion. The Supreme Court set aside Nixon's arguments about executive privilege and in a clash that turned into a full blown constitutional crisis, a justices ordered Nixon to hand over 64 of his tapes. It was another bruising loss for the president, and it wasn't even close to the end of it. Nixon vice president, Spiro Agnew, was forced to resign from office. The issue was unrelated to Watergate, agnew was facing allegations of corruption from his time as governor of Maryland. Still, with a resignation of the vice president, the administration took yet another public hit. And that was all compounded when former top White House officials were indicted for crimes stemming from Watergate. John Mitchell, bob haldeman, and John ehrlichman are now facing charges. My grand jury named Nixon himself as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Watergate cover up. Haig runs a hand through his silver hair. He knows there's only so much the country can take. The president did go on TV in an attempt to clean up his image. He said he welcomed public scrutiny and made a bold statement. I am not a crook. But even with his public claims of innocence, it appears that Congress has lost its patients. Next month, the House of Representatives is planning to impeach the president. It's the most drastic step Congress can take, and one that could result in Nixon being removed from office. Haig shakes his head as he thinks through this endless parade of disasters. At this point, there's no denying the administration is in total collapse. While haig is a fighter, he's not sure how much longer he and the administration can hold out. And this phone call, my tips the scale. Hey, grabs the receiver. Hello. Hi, Alex Fred. Hey, takes a deep breath. On the other line is J Fred bazaar, one of the president's lawyers. Haig has been dreading this call all day. Hi, Fred. So you've listened to the tape. That's right. Yeah, the one from June 23rd. One of many that's about to go public. And what's the prognosis? Well, Al, I'm telling you because you need to know, it's bad. How bad are we talking? Very, very bad. Egg size. Okay. Well, give me the specifics. All right, in the tape you can hear the president is meeting with your predecessor, bob Hardman. Haldeman is telling the president that the FBI is getting too close. It's about to discover direct ties between the administration and the Watergate burglars. And hallman goes on to say that they should make up some kind of story to try to put the brakes on the FBI's investigation. Oh, God, you're kidding me. Now it's all on tape. Allman says they should falsely imply that Watergate has something to do with the CIA, and that way the FBI would pull back before they could find the administration was involved. They wanted to use the CIA to cover it up. It sounds like a spine of all you're sure about this. It's all on the tape. The public is about to learn everything. The president was involved in the cover up. How this is the smoking gun. But when everyone's been looking for. Haig sales, rubs a handover his eyes. Now this is it, isn't it? There's no turnaround. Well, I don't know. There may be some options. Right. Options. No. Well, thanks for reporting back. I'll be in touch. Egg sets down the receiver and takes a moment to compose his thoughts. This is not the first time haig has suffered a painful defeat. But something about this one feels different. More painful than the rest. Hague knows it didn't have to come to this. The president didn't need to self destruct. He got bad advice and made some bad decisions. Still, he had so many chances to turn this around. But it's too late for any of that. There's no use in thinking about what could have been. There's only the present moment and haig knows right now. President Nixon is about to be forced out of office..

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How Dwight Chapin Became Nixon's Trusted Aide

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 3 months ago

How Dwight Chapin Became Nixon's Trusted Aide

"His name is Dwight Chapin, who is Dwight Chapin. He has written a book. This is extraordinary. It's called the president's man. The memoirs of Nixon's trusted aid Dwight Japan, just an honor to have you in the studio. Thank you, Eric. It's great to be here. It's hard for me to believe because you don't seem old enough to have been Nixon's trusted aid, both of us were friends with chuck Coulson, who himself was young when he was Nixon's special counsel, or was he, yeah, special counsel to the pretzel. He was 39 or whatever. But you must have been practically a kid. How old were you? And when you say you were his trusted aide, and what capacity did you serve him? So people have a context of the book that you've written called the president's man. Well, I was 28 when he was inaugurated as president. And went into The White House. So my first years in The White House, I was our first year. I was 28 years old. But when he ran for governor back in 1962, after he lost to Jack Kennedy, he ran for governor in California, and I was 20 years old, and I was hired by the man that would become his chief of staff, bob haldeman. I was hired when I was 20 to be a field man in Southern California. So I had first met him when I was 20 years old.

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Dwight Chapin Reflects on His Work in the Nixon Administration

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Dwight Chapin Reflects on His Work in the Nixon Administration

"I'm back with Dwight Chapin. He's the author of the president's man, he's a former personal aide and then deputy assistant to president Richard Nixon and we're talking here about the enigma of Nixon. But let me start by asking you, Dwight, I mean, here you are now reflecting back on your earlier life where at a young age, you found yourself right there in the middle of things working with bob halderman who was the chief of staff right there with Nixon in a sense managing Nixon's day and how does that experience feel to you now with some perspective and with some time having passed? Well, it feels because I've written the president's man. It feels very familiar because I spent so much time reflecting back using archival materials, my diaries, letters that had been exchanged by with bob haldeman and so forth. So right now the feelings are very raw. I worked with a collaborator who was very helpful in that he kept asking me as we did certain things. How does that feel? And it's amazing how when you start focusing, you can count up the feelings that you had 50 years ago. For me, going back and doing this was a labor of love. I admired the man so much. And to be able to at 81 years old, have the opportunity to go back and capture these memories, capture these events and try to describe the man I knew was a real

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"haldeman" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"haldeman" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Right and set my suddenly external goals and i was like wait a minute here at some point through working with clients through training people and i don't know what happened i. I don't know what happened. I was listening to myself. Give advice or if it was just building these relationships. There was some kind of something cultivating where i realized. Haldeman here i gotta turn this arrow inward agai- can't be like out there trying to impress people because we'll number one. Nobody cares right and number two. I kinda don't care either. I gotta turn this hour inward and it wasn't so i started working inward where i started feeling that major growth right and once that flame started burning hot. That was where i started feeling like. Okay i got something. I can really share here that i can really transform lives. Yeah i love that. And i i agree with you..

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"haldeman" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"haldeman" Discussed on Mo Egger

"I'm looking at it right now. Yes yeah hope for. The san luis brown's was thirteen fourteen years old. That was a big deal back then and so it was his first start. It wasn't his major league debut. Who's at column. Yeah yeah it was major league debut. Noah's major league debut on april eighteen. Th he threw his no hitter on may sixth. You mean he was in relief or something. He had pitched in a couple of games in relief. Oh okay the amazing thing about him. That was his only year bold. Bobo holloman that was his those is only season as a big leaguer. Yeah that yeah. That's but yeah. He pitched in relief a handful of games. And then he got to start pitch. No hitter is more or less. Okay now i like that. Make comment on Bringing back but we're arrow springing up Now maybe you won't agree. But i'd like to see him play. Shortstop move farmer over third base. Because i'm tired of seeing and yeah i'm tired of watching him strike out and blow bubbles and Maybe i shouldn't say this about stop does but to me. He looks like he's overweight. Now he does he looks he looks back yeah. He looks bigger than i remember him being. I don't disagree with you. I mean look i. it's interesting. They played barreiro a little bit at third base right before he got called up. They say he's gonna play a little of everywhere. I don't know that they're going to sit. Both soir says and moussaka. So i think they want us to play against righties but the reality is he's been one of the worst offensive performance in baseball this year. By the way your guy your guy bubba one thousand nine hundred fifty three. He appeared in four games as a relief pitcher before he threw his no hitter and tyler gilbert appeared in three games in relief for the diamondbacks this year before. He threw his no hitter on saturday night. Yeah haldeman pitch for the st louis browns and that was like a triple. That was the yankees troy farm team. Then oh yeah man. I get it. Yeah bobo holloman i well. I did not think. When i woke up today that i was going to be getting a call about bobo holloman. I appreciated the opportunity to talk about him nonetheless. Okay thanks you're welcome. I don't know that they're going to sit. Both mushtaq is.

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"haldeman" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"haldeman" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"There's something that you said over and over again. But you know, Tulsi Gabbert just solidified her position somewhere. Obviously beautiful woman, very telegenic. I love brunettes, So we're right there. She's articulate. She's a military veteran. And it's good to hear her say what I thought was always there. And we'll give you the audio shortly. That came J. I'm not going to make you wait too long for that. The recall of Gavin Newsom. In living color with Thomas Dell Bacarro at one o'clock. Expect that update then on exactly where we are Gavin Newsom is, you know is turned tail rolling started running so hard. He's gonna be out of breath. So it's Cuomo. You know who's gonna get the across the chicken line. First, the chicken line, You know, it's somebody who has no spine. No confidence whatsoever. Um We'll play with some stats that are freaking awful. When you look at the state of California and Cove in 19 The lack of vaccine and what's going on with the God awful distribution. Yet he opens this state up at a time. What, baby? I can't believe I'm saying this probably shouldn't Dr Linda Haldeman. She's here in California. She's working exclusively as a covert 19 doctor. Ah, and I cannot tell you where she is. Mother and she close. She's close. She's very close. But we will not be hearing from her as long as she's under the government employ. She is forbidden from doing any media. It's very sad for us, but not for her. She is so happy to be a practicing doctor again since March of last year, she has joined us every single week. With the exception of two weeks and, of course, a recent Two weeks. Donna and I thank her. I honor her for getting us through this pandemic. And she is so happy she's had her vaccine. She's good to go. I wish I had my vaccine and I was good to go. That whole thing got botched because of my suspension. But feel free today to call in on anything. Rather than guiding you responses through that the story. I'm spinning out of the moment that my producer night pick out daily. There's so much going on now, if you're gonna be in your bottom about any current events you call And I'll respond. You know, as long as you're not drunk or high, And since the pandemic, we've had those calls daily. You know, I feel sorry for people have nothing better to do. That, you know, screw up their health, their mind and their body. Because they can't handle the The solitude of you know what many people are going through? You know, I'm surprised I haven't lost my marbles. You know, I live alone on I've been alone since the pandemic for the most part. And, uh, some days. I just feel like hey, give me that gun. You know, I'm kidding. I'm kidding. Give me the gun and I'll do a little target practice. That's how relieved myself. Four, died. Zero 58 58.

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Turkish president calls for sweeping boycott of French goods

Not Too Shabby

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Turkish president calls for sweeping boycott of French goods

"Interior minister General de Manha has hit back at pressure from Turkey in Pakistan over France's clampdown on Islamists after the beheading of a teacher by a Chechen born militant. He singled out Pakistan and Turkey, which is called for a boycott of French goods his Mike Sanders, John Haldeman and said everyone in France should be shocked. Foreign powers thought French Muslims belong to them. Any French people share his outrage over the killing of the teacher, someone party. It's an article of faith that the state and religion as separate the Interior Ministry is scrutinizing more than 50 French institutions for Islamist leanings. It says it's working with Muslims not against them. But Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Chechnya, the killer's birthplace, said that by justifying the teacher's right to show students, cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed France was inspiring terrorists.

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A Third-Rate Burglary Attempt

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

A Third-Rate Burglary Attempt

"This episode Lauren is a third rate burglary attempt. This episode is all about Watergate. I am so excited. I'm so excited and you know what? This is why you decided to pour us a glass of wine. To keep you entertained because honest to God, this is a lot. Old White men doing a lot of crap? Yeah. Well, cheers to that I guess. Here we go. SIP SIP. All right everybody laid on me. Buckle up. The Watergate scandal was a political scandal in the US involving the administration of US President Richard Nixon from nineteen seventy, two to nineteen, seventy, four leading to Nixon's resignation. So okay picture it nineteen, seventy, two President Richard Mille House Nixon was running for re election. The United States is still embroiled in the Vietnam. War. The country deeply divided a forceful presidential campaign seemed essential to the president and some of his key advisors All Right Act one. ooh. Ooh Act one the Watergate. Complex. Here's our key players here. Okay. We have Richard. Nixon. Who is the president of the United States and he is also the Republican nominee for the nineteen seventy two election tricky Dick Tricky Dick. Exactly. We. We also do have George McGovern who is the Democratic nominee for the nineteen seventy, two election although he barely shows up in the store you have to know that he's the he's the Democratic nominee. There's H R Haldeman he is the White House Chief of staff and you have John Erlich men, who is the council in Assistant to the President for domestic affairs? We also have the committee to re elect the president. Do you do you know what this? Committee is often referred to as. Is this like it's like the power four or committee to re elect the president. It is officially abbreviated the CRP, but it is often abbreviated as C. R. E. P. or creep References to that throughout this and creep is I mean yeah it works in this in this case citation, but it is officially abbreviated cr the committee to re elect the president. So in that, some of the key figures are John, Mitchell, who is at this point, the attorney, General of the United States and then he becomes the campaign director. There's Jeb Stuart Magruder, who is a business executive and the acting chairman of the CRP and then a couple of names eubank actually be promoted with G Gordon Liddy he's a former FBI agent and European employee, and there's also e Howard Hunt who is a former CIA agent and CRP CRP employees. All right. Here's the setting. The Watergate complex. K built between nineteen, sixty, three and nineteen seventy-one. The Watergate was considered one of Washington DC's most desirable living spaces. It was popular with members of Congress and political appointees of the executive branch the Watergate Complex actually a group of six buildings in the foggy bottom neighborhood of Washington DC in nineteen seventy two the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was then located on the sixth floor of the Watergate office building. So the Watergate complex, it was intended to be a city within a city so it was supposed to have so many amenities that residents wouldn't need to leave you know. So they were supposed to have like a post office and restaurant and Jen concierge Oh sure gyms in the seventy everyone's smoked like chimneys died forty eight. Right that's why nobody who lived in the seventies is still around. I always assumed it was just like a single building I didn't realize it was like. Axe So? Yes. There was the Watergate Hotel there was Watergate West and Watergate East, which were like apartment buildings. There's a Watergate office building and there's one of their Watergate apartment building too. So it was a big complex It was actually proposed and built by the Italian architectural firm SGI. And one really interesting. The one thing that I found renders ing is the Vatican was actually a major investor in this project get how. So because of this, the Vatican was at one point part owner of the Watergate until nineteen sixty-nine that's wild. Yeah, right. Whatever the Italian I mean. Come on. The Watergate's popularity among members of Congress, and again, these high-ranking of appointees was very strong and so many members of the Nixon Administration settled there that the DC press actually named it the Republican, Bastille? Wows. Yes. So another group we have to worry about right now are called the White House plumbers. They are simply sometimes called the plumbers or the room sixteen project Jay were covert White, house, Special Investigations Unit which was established within a week after the publication of the Pentagon papers in June nineteen seventy-one. Okay. So the plumbers job was to stop and or respond to the. Leaking of classified information, the news media and just a quick refresher at the Pentagon papers which was officially titled. Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force was a US Department of Defense History of the United States is political and military involvement in Vietnam from Nineteen forty-five to nineteen, Sixty, seven in twenty eleven. This report was formerly declassified and released.

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"haldeman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Haldeman was pronounced dead at the scene the woman identified as Susan hollow man was taken to wake med Greensboro police are looking for two suspects in connection to a shooting at a local hotel that happened early Sunday morning at the roadway inn and suites on cedar park road shots were fired in the parking lot a woman was shot in the leg police say the suspects identified only as a man and woman took off in a black vehicle for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for all the latest news and information I'm Kyle Wilson from the J. D. service now plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center accident five forty westbound aviation parkway on the shoulder we've got a couple crashes for forty eastbound Glenwood Avenue and highway sixty four and watch for Iraq on Wade Avenue it Edwards mill I'm Scott Barnett one oh six one FM talk tornado watch through noon today wind advisory through four PM showers and storms here this morning some strong even severe clearing skies and windy into this afternoon highs today near eighty anti religious can boon from the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect you are a very smart receptive audience and I'm smart you may now begin tomorrow at noon and you know it presents me with a challenge void being repetitious.

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Divorcing Religion

Dogma Debate

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Divorcing Religion

"Jess. Thanks for joining me today. Thanks so much for having having me on. So let's start with your background. How you grew up what type of religion you were in? And then we'll get get into this because I know people on the edge of their seats thinking about this concept of divorcing religion. How they actually get through it? Get Out of income out the other side Still being friends ends with their ex if you will Yes sure. I was raised in a pentecostal family. So my parents Got Saved some using my air quotes there. They found religion turned to Jesus when they were in their late twenties so before I was born and so I was raised in that atmosphere of a home that had a fair amount of rules so we did have a TV set and we were allowed to watch some shows but there were a lot of rules on what we could and couldn't watch and my father. is quite volatile person so my siblings and I learned early on that it was in our best interests to to follow rules to learn his rules and follow them because then we stood the best chance of not incurring his wrath us uh saw grew up in a religious home. My Siblings They one by one all turned their backs on religion and I was the youngest one and I saw the pain that that caused my folks and I want to call them up and you WANNA say something. I want to break in here and say that. I've seen this a lot like we see a lot the times this picture perfect religious family and more often than not. And I'm not blanketing all you know. I'm not trying to paint all Christians with a broad brush brush but more often than not the more fundamentalist a family tends to be the more. It seems that I don't know the math on this but The more that seems for my years of talking to people that the father of that family almost rules as God does in the Bible. It's very you must fear him. You must respect him. You must love him. There's a ton of rules you have to follow almost seeking perfection. There's very little compassion understanding for mistakes and it's interesting to me that a lot of times those. Those fathers in those fundamentalist religious households are almost on purpose or subconsciously. Or whatever but it's almost like they're trying to take on the mantra or or the the label label of God in the home. Do you see that sort of that parallel. Well I do think that People people who are more rule oriented people who are more authoritarian rigid black and white thinkers. They are drawn to more fundamentalist religions. And of course than it reinforces that If you're if you're the man in the house then you also get to be in charge of your wife and your children and certainly I was raised to believe that I came God and then came daddy but I do know there are also The man that I married is quite gentle person. He's very meek and he's quite a delightful person. We're not married anymore but we've retained a beautiful friendship And he became Really Uncomfortable Baltimore so we moved after we got married. He'll go back into my story a little bit here and then we move to a small town where he could attend a very conservative Urban Bible college and it's well we were there at the Bible College that I started having interactions with closed mennonites. So there were a group called the Haldeman Mennonites Church of God in Christ Mennonites They had farms all around and community. All around this town where the Bible College was us and I started getting really curious about these women. I would see them in the grocery store and they were always very modestly dressed and they were their head coverings and I started thinking. Well what what is that about. What's on with these with these groups And I started doing research About it and I thought well that's very new testament and we haven't been excused from that practice of wearing a head covering and Paul lays out some pretty explicit rules for how women are to behave. And why aren't we doing that. And so I then dove down that fundamentalist rabbit rabbit hole much deeper than my parents ever had got rid of our TV that we had No TV no magazines. No news is papers. Anything that was worldly throughout and wouldn't allow I didn't I stopped wearing. My wedding ring. Grew my hair very long. Stir wearing a covering only skirt says and Did the same for my daughter's my young daughters insisted in all day they couldn't cut their hair and I hope started home. Schooling them and so then my community really was very insular very fundamentalist and as my ex husband would say say I simply drew my circle smaller and smaller if you can imagine what that's like as I started thinking while I'm I'm I'm really genuinely pursuing holiness and righteousness and these other people. They're just not measuring up so I went down that road for Quite a few two

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"haldeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Nixon is getting pretty steamed about it his chief of staff HR Haldeman has an idea John maybe they could blackmail Johnson the stuff that might be worth going off Holden explains that White House aide Tom Houston thinks there might be copies of classified files that would embarrass Johnson at the Brookings Institution a Washington think tank but it could go over no right to I yeah those did you catch the Nixon says he wants Houston's plan implemented on the thievery basis during his aides to commit a crime on tape by orchestrating a break in a broken as it turns out the bridge connecting passport doesn't appear to have ever happened this sounds familiar right this started in motion a chain reaction so that gave birth to the to the promise to find out what else I had and stop me from putting it out if you don't remember from that history class the plumbers were a group of former CI a guys and Nixon loyalist did legal work for the president they famously got arrested while trying to bug democratic headquarters at the Watergate hotel but did you ever wonder why they were called the plumbers regionally one of their jobs was to stop and start leaks and leak number one was the Pentagon papers Ellsberg.

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"haldeman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Democracy now dot org the war and peace report I mean the good man as president trump becomes just the fourth US president to face an impeachment inquiry we continue our interview with academy award winning filmmaker Charles Ferguson about his documentary Watergate or how we learn to stop an out of control president I Astros Ferguson about how Richard Nixon's former chief of staff Bob Haldeman and Nixon's former domestic adviser John Ehrlichman ended up testifying before the Senate Watergate committee starting in March of nineteen seventy three the burglars under pressure from a federal judge started to talk and when they started to talk the Senate formed a special committee to investigate the Watergate affair and it held public hearings starting in may of nineteen seventy three which were televised live by all three networks in which completely transfixed the United States and among those forced to testify were Nixon's former chief of staff and former domestic policy adviser who continued to deny all involvement and when they testified there wasn't yet a definitive answer definitive evidence to convict them but it was already clear that a lot of very unsavory things had occurred and you're about to see their cross examination this is John are like men and Bob Haldeman appearing before the Senate Watergate committee the committee forced Ehrlich minute Haldeman to testify after dean let's be clear I did not cover up anything to do with water he denied everything and there was not yet any definitive evidence against them but they got nailed anyway so many times when you are administering an investigator is it the S. and in a in a literal sense.

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How Watergate Set the Stage for the Trump Impeachment Inquiry

AM Joy

10:42 min | 2 years ago

How Watergate Set the Stage for the Trump Impeachment Inquiry

"The conversation you just heard between Richard Nixon and his former Attorney General John Mitchell in one thousand nine hundred ninety three was later used news to convict Mitchell on charges related to the Watergate cover up and to send him to prison Mitchell was one of several officials who wound up in prison after after Watergate less than there is that while trump may consider himself to be invincible thanks to that can't indict memo at the DOJ history suggests the people surrounding the president are not always safe. It was the release of these secret tapes that ultimately brought Nixon down but like trump Nixon fought to keep keep those tapes secret he did not admit to his crimes out in the open trump. Meanwhile not only admits to his crime because sometimes commits them on the White House lawn likewise China should start an investigation into the by because what happened in China is just about as bad as what it happened with with Ukraine so I would say that presidents Alinsky if it were me I would recommend that they start it into devices because nobody has any doubt that they weren't crooked. This really should come as no surprise because Donald Trump has repeatedly welcomed and even solicited foreign Kim's Hain help and he has a history of admitting his misdeeds on camera Russia if you listening I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded. Mightily by our press regardless of recommendation I was going to fire. Call me knowing there was no good time to and in fact when I decided to you just do it. I said to myself. I said you know this rusher. Thing with trump and Russia is a made up story. You Might WanNA listen. I don't there's nothing wrong was listening. If somebody called from a country Norway we have information on your Oh. I think I'd want to hear you're like Nixon. Trump has managed to induce lots and lots of government officials from his vice president to the secretary of state diverse White House officials and diplomats to his is George Mitchell Attorney General William Bar to join in trump has already landed people in prison those who committed crimes to please or to help trump along with many others who were indicted and Robert Muller's Russia probe so the question for trump's people the people ladies corrupted as part of his own immensely corrupt government. Is that a dirty they willing going to get an are they risking sharing the fate of people like Mitchell in Flint and Michael Cohen Paul Manafort join now's Elizabeth Holtzman author of the case for impeaching in trump former assistant watergate special prosecutor Jill wine banks. MSNBC legal analyst my widely MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR BARBARA mcquade and Korean jean-pierre appear chief public affairs officer at move on Dot Org. Thank you all for being here. I'M GONNA go right down the middle of my interesting here and go right to Joe Wide Banks because let let me play you. This is congressman. This is actually a Republican congressman back in nineteen seventy three actually calling Nixon's impeachment take a listen to this after having read and reread and sifted and tested this massive information which came before us. I've come to the conclusion that Richard M Nixon Nixon has beyond a reasonable doubt committed impeachable offenses which in my judgment are of such sufficient magnitude egg the Tude that he should be removed from office. That's his name is representative Lawrence Hogan and I believe he is the father of the current governor of Maryland Larry Hogan. If I'm not wrong long so it is possible when people see the evidence they come to the conclusion that the president is committed high crimes and misdemeanors. That's high crimes and misdemeanors but what I want to ask you about jail is the people around Richard Nixon because not not a few of them went to prison. Can you just remind folks who around Nixon wound up not impeachment truck but on the going to jail truck well it was a big group of people who went to jail. It was his White House counsel John Dean who also cooperated with US and was I'm waiting for the John Dean of this scandal to come forward and it may already be the whistle blower it could be Mister Taylor from the State Department in addition his Attorney General John Mitchell went to jail his chief of staff went to jail Mr Haldeman even his chief domestic adviser. Mr Ehrlichman went to jail. There were a big cast of characters that went to jail because they committed crimes James and they did it because he set a tone that it was all okay I m above the law and whatever I do cannot be criminal. We have clear evidence that Donald Trump abetted by William bar is in exactly the same position of I'm invincible. I can do anything he has publicly stated dated that I have total authority to do whatever I want and that was the auditioned memo that attorney general by wrote to get the job so we're in really a the big fix here because the government has become completely lawless and they must be held accountable that is essential and I believe like Acre Representative Hogan that facts matter and I believe that even the most loyal Republicans who are now standing silent they may not be coming out for impeachment different but they aren't defending this terrible threat to national security in fact to world security because by not giving the equipment that was necessary to protect checked Ukraine. They are leaving Ukraine vulnerable to Russian further incursions and that's a terrible thing I mean even Mitt Romney Mitt Romney who who Korean I will remind folks. He did that humiliating auditions where he sat for dinner with Donald Trump to try to become secretary state the irony being had had he actually gotten the job. The likelihood is that Mitt Romney wouldn't have done what might pump pay does it wouldn't have been willing to go around selling these crazy conspiracy theories to prove approve Russia innocent and wouldn't have been willing to ignore subpoenas e but he'd be much more likely to do the right thing. This is what he wrote on twitter. He said when the only American citizen trump single singles out for China's investigations political opponent in the midst of the Democratic nomination process it's strains credulity to suggest it is anything politically motivated so at least there is the chance that there are awesome other Lawrence Hogan's. Maybe yeah I think that's right. I think Republicans a Senate Republicans in particular because we know that lawns who the Republicans who support Donald Trump up in the house. They're all like diehards. They're the ones who out out there. It's the Senate Republicans that we really kind of have to key in on and they've been pretty quiet right. They've been hiding except for four Ben Sasse and as you mentioned Mitt Romney and I think that's probably why Mitt Romney didn't become secretary of state. Donald Trump knew that because what does Donald Trump want right. He wants loyalty which is why he's getting from Pompeo you know where he's getting from pants and it's a one way street with Donald Trump. He will throw all them under the bus as he tried to pence for doing that. Press press press reading where he was just kind of like you should go look at pences phone Oh yeah and threw him under the bus so this is where we are and we're pumpkins have to really think about this. They have to think. Are they really going to really grab onto this wagon this unstable wagon that trump has having now who is a one you know kind of doing this this this this kind of war room on his his own hell bent on doing it and it's a twitter deck and it's really that's it and watching Cable News TV and this is where we are right now. Republicans really have to step up here and the other thing too is. We don't know how this is going to end up. We've never been in this place before impeachment on national security so we we just this is unchartered territory. Yeah absolutely and Barbara WanNA come back because you're so between what green is it which wine banks has said there are a number of people who are allowing themselves to be corrupted along with Donald Trump and the Nixon example is that Nixon didn't go to prison but a whole lot of people around him who you just heard Jill wine banks mentioned went to prison because people willing to commit the crime for him. There are willing to help him to do what he wanted done and once you've done it he may not have liability under that. Doj Memo but you might and I wonder if when you look at the fact that the Attorney General of the United States is flying around the world attempting to prove this conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine Russia that it attack our election when you have the State Department the head of the state our Secretary of State participating on the call lying to the American people about being on the call in which Donald Trump is pressuring a foreign government to help him with an election in which he's committing a crime for which apparently he can't be prosecuted right now where you have senior White House officials hiding hiding the evidence of transcript of Donald Trump's calls in a place that they're not supposed to be in a high security server when you have foreign diplomats pressuring Ukraine essentially trying to strong arm them to help Donald Trump with this conspiracy theory investigations in exchange for aid by could go on and on and on the number of people who are participating participating do any of those people Barbara face potential legal liability. Can any of these people pretend as the vice president and the secretary of state are pretending they don't have to listen to subpoenas but they like trump are above the law no joy any one of these people could be charged with a crime as we saw as Jill explained in the Watergate scandal. You know whenever you've got a public corruption investigation even at the just the garden variety the kind of cases that I was involved evolved with when you approach people you often tell them look you can be a witness or you're going to be a defendant in this case. The choice is yours and already I think we're seeing people people making that. Calculus Kurt Volker resigning abruptly last Friday and agreeing to come testify in bring those text messages which are incredibly Lee Damning. I have seen cases charged on far less where they are talking about the scheme and the scandal. I think Gordon Sunlen has extreme exposure exposure based on what is said in those I think Bill Taylor is someone at the State Department who looks like somebody who wanted to do the right thing.

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"haldeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a conversation four hundred thirty seven dash nineteen it's hard to hear but harden's bombs it's nineteen seventy three and Nixon was talking to White House chief of staff HR Haldeman the Watergate cover up its collapse and the president is trying to shield himself the one part Nixon says there's nothing more important than to keep me in this F. ing office your job Nixon sleeve is the pardon power Nixon tells Haldeman then he can bury the trail connecting him to Watergate it's pardons all around he says I don't give a what comes out on you there's going to be a total part this province which I found back in the nineteen nineties when I was going through the tapes on my own had never come to light during the Watergate hearings and it would have been all by itself an impeachable offense what is Nixon telling his staff and the people that may have committed illegal lax about pardons what is he talking to them about the president was telling his top aides were also his co conspirators and obstruction of justice that they could commit perjury before the Senate Watergate committee and count on a pardon from the president it was basically abusing has pardon power perforating his pardon power as a get out of jail free card a way to put himself above the law when I.

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Welcome, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!

Filmspotting

04:00 min | 3 years ago

Welcome, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!

"Not during a scene with her finish said later, my new I was acting, but my heart didn't and my body. Certainly didn't I won't discuss it more because of the degree of intimacy involved. That was Finney the chemistry between the two is unmistakable Harris writes, and perhaps at its most powerful during the scenes when you're wondering whether Mark and Joanna should stay together at all a counter to your point about the Manzini score. He says, Don and gives their dilemma a great glossy coat from the gorgeous animated opening credits by 007 genius MAURICE binder to what may be the most melancholy romantic theme, Henry Mancini ever composed and then on its poignancy. He says undone in steady hand to for the road. Does what only a Hollywood movie can do it convince you to beautiful movie stars tooling through France and car are just like us. It's everybody's marriage. That's on trial in this film. If you've ever failed to let a fight go or said one thing too many or kept silent rather than apologize. You're likely to recognize a bit of yourself in the shards of the Wallace's the point about how they're just like us the scene that I think does that. So well is when they are forced to stay in the chichi hotel and have to kind of dodge around the fact that they can't afford to tell the restaurant. I mean, those charged for it is just a great secret. So fun so two for the road, my choice. Maybe Mark Harris's choice. If indeed he was participating in the marathon Thanos pick. I know it's not your choice though, Josh. And you know, what it's also not the choice of another guest. We have teased at last week that my daughter Sophie has been watching all of these films with me the first film finding marathon any of my children have fully participated in. And she wanted to play along and weigh in with her choice for best picture. I'm Sophie Manar in my awards for best picture goes to funny face. I was sucked in soon as the bundle of pink fabric hits the camera during the opening number it sets the tone for the whole movie fun wins ical, vibrant that. Coupled with an excellent performance from Audrey Hepburn led to experience where to quote, my dad. I couldn't wait to rewatch it as I was watching it. So there's my daughter quoting me quoting same van Haldeman? But that's fine. We'll go with it all goes round and round. Well, I knew Sophie was sharp. But this seals the deal. I mean, she she got the pick. Right. Funny faces the best picture of this marathon. I'll admit I probably enjoyed charade as much while watching it. But I think for me funny face has those musical production numbers that just are going to put it over the top. If you're comparing the two not only what I've already mentioned in these awards, but how about on how to be lovely that satirical, duet with Hepburn and Kate Thomson. I think that one really is crucial because it undercuts some of the movies fashion fascination that that they got into labout. That's great. Irene George Gershwin's. He loves and she loves I don't think we talked about this when we reviewed it at all. But this is where Hepburn an Astaire are at an. Outdoor wedding photo shoot. And they dance their way across a stream by lightly stepping onto a floating raft. I mean, here's another almost over the top Don touch could have been a pick for physio seen as well. So funny face. It's just stuffed with production numbers. Most of them quite delightful. Domine, of course, will forever be known for co directing singing in the rain. But I do think funny face has deserves a place in the top tier musicals conversation. Well, it's my runner up certainly for this marathon film. I did enjoy and has so many of those great done in moments. And touches that's our marathon. Are thanks again to Sophie to Nathaniel, of course, for all of his insights and launching all of these conversations. We hope you enjoyed this marathon whether you were following along or not and able to watch every film, we do have another marathon coming up. We don't have the date set exactly for when it will commence, but we're going to take a look at the work of Josef von Sternberg and Marlene Dietrich that collaboration. You can find. More information about all of our marathons, including listening back to all of these Don and conversations at film, spotting dot net. And just click on marathons at the top of the page.

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"haldeman" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on Skullduggery

"And this president has done almost nothing except that a hollowing out the State Department hollowing out the Justice department and telling the Justice department that its job essere. Actually is to be loyal to him and protect his political skirts. So that's not their job. If you had your old job of being on the staff of the judiciary committee, and you were drafting articles. How would they read many articles? Would there be? And I was about to say that the article that got the most votes in the Nixon impeachment in the House Judiciary committee was article two called agency abuse, and it was misuse of the FBI and the CIA by trying to direct them not to pursue the Watergate inquiry on the ground that involve national security that was the offense. Now, we've seen more than that from this president. It doesn't have the additional characteristic of being in technicolor and lurid detail in terms of the tapes that Mr. Nixon kept, but essentially, which was helpful to making the case. In fact, that's what pushed it over. It was the tapes, I'm not sure if those tapes hadn't existed that things would have panned out. The way they did. But you know, since the tapes were there, it was possible to conclude that Mr. Nixon had been lying to the American people on television for months and months and months saying, I am not a crook. When he had directed, Mr. Haldeman, and Mr. Ehrlichman to go do this and try and get the investigation quashed on the ground that it was trenching on national security that was nothing but a lie. I do think it's fair to say that the president is loose man with the truth..

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"haldeman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I thought his Kaga police department didn't extraordinarily good job. All the way through this whole Jesse small length deal. Our superintendent Eddie Johnson went out of his way to say even in light of this hopes the next time this sort of instant is reported now, of course, the Chicago police department will continue to investigate all reports of these types of incidents with the same amount of vigor that we did with this one. My concern is that hate crimes were now publicly he met with a level of skepticism that previously. Didn't it didn't happen. No, I'm not I'm not a believer in hate crime legislation in general, but I get what he's saying. And he was deeply offended, and he was insulted that the city was dragged through the mud. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why? Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations. I believe in supporting the police, and I'll tell you more on how you can do. So this coming weekend as we welcome Haldeman Mantos shea back to double the us before we talk about the fundraiser forgive behind the vast alderman. I wanted to get your take on your thoughts regarding the Chicago police department. I thought they did a pretty good job very measured reasonable response to these allegations from this actor, and I thought they played it almost perfectly your thoughts. I agree with you on a percent shot. You know, this is just another example of the strong leadership. We have and superintendent Johnson through to spend obviously, a difficult trying a couple of weeks, and you know, once again. Men and women the Chicago police department. Rose above and they've done a terrific job. Both on this issue painstakingly working through the evidence and taking their time and um. I'm I'm very proud to say that I'm strong support of the Chicago. Police department alderman O'Shea, I think Eddie Johnson has tipped his hand and said I'm done, and you know, this is going to be my last hurrah kind of you know, in right off into the twilight here relatively soon. But would you urge whoever the next mayor is to maybe keep Eddie Johnson on for a while? I think if we were able to keep Eddie Jobson's police superintendent with whoever the next mayor's that would be good for the city is well respected the women and women on the job. He's he's a strong leader is quiet leader. And if and if he decides on his terms that he's had enough a long story career, that's one thing. But I would hope that he would be there certainly through a transition. Just to keep things steady within the department nineteenth. Ward alderman is going to host his fifth annual pancake breakfast benefit in Chicago police memorial foundation's get behind the vest initiative as happening Sunday. How can we join you?.

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"haldeman" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on The Working Experience

"The thing is this this group like this is basically how I run my business is it there are there teams are usually of about five people that jump on a project and in work in this capacity. I mean, I'm not obviously, not a big company. But that's that's how basically I run. My what are you doing? I can see yours like super close the camera. Can you back up a little under some writing something down? He's. See this is what the video I forget the videos on God knows one of doing. I'm not even aware of it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. All those. I know will you know? It's funny though, the team thing is fine. But I read this book is actually up on my shelf right now called the gatekeepers in it's about how the office of the chief of staff was developed to it was developed during the Nixon administration, and it was after Carter because Carter see I was thought there was a chief of staff. I didn't realize it was, you know, in the scheme of things relatively new what this guy Haldeman who was Nixon's first chief of staff, I think it was Haldeman. It was him or Alec men. But I think it was Haldeman said he realized you know, follows false Nixon was a very intelligent guy. And he said, you know, the president has so many people. I mean, there's literally the most powerful job in the world. And everybody's got their thing that to them is the most. Important thing ever. So the president's constantly got people coming at them, and it's just too much and like parter used to try to micromanage everything, and you just can't do that. So he said he realized that what? Nixon and other presidents need is time alone in a room, and he said with Nixon it was literally time alone in a room with a yellow legal pad to sit down and thank and this is what on the last podcast. We were talking about deep focus. That's why these ideas are not new. This is how everybody used to work up until about twenty years ago that Bosh and say everybody, but you know, the idea that like basically, the president could juggle four things and they the chief of staff had to decide what are those four things and then limit access to the president. You remember the movie American gangster? Yes. Same principle applied Frank Lucas. Obviously a different job heroin dealer. But when he was trying to figure something out he would check into a hotel. He would put the television in the hallway in order room service. And he seriously he would stay in there for two or three days until he figured the problem out like he would sit in thank and against it with a pad of a piece of paper. I mean, a Padma pen and write and like think about it and figure it out and then come out and be like, okay. This is what we're going to do. And I would I would say that. Nobody does that. Now. I mean, I do try to do that. I really do try to when I'm thinking about lesson plans for my classroom. Arm thinking about the podcast or trying to write a script a half to I have to sit down and be like shut everything off. And just think about it..

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"haldeman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on KCRW

"So Mike Schmidt. Here's what Woodward told you was the fatal error in this reporting that led to this error of the grand jury reference because four sources is a lot of sources there were three things one was that they were proceeding with confirmation bias curl on. I had heard what we wanted to hear. They thought the information was true. They were simply looking for sources to give the okay to move forward with that. The second thing is that we didn't go through that process of sitting with Sloan insane. Okay. Did they ask you at the grand jury about Haldeman role? They never went back to Sloan himself and walked him through exactly what they were going to be saying about his testimony that really would have given them a chance to. To flush things out. Right. Because you might have noticed them referring to a grand jury, and he would have said, no what you're saying is, right. But I never said injury. Correct. It would have been a good way to catch it. And the third thing the whole Bernstein silent confirm or hang up method is that when Bernstein on deadline called the Justice department official and use this confusing way of asking him about it that failed to everyone was just shaking their head that only made everyone more ill. And they missed a final opportunity to catch the mistake. But as Woodward went back to all these sources and learned that the heart of the story was true. Was he able to report that so what they did a day or so after the story was right apiece. Let's level as much as we can. And we were able in this case. To level. And they said we were wrong on the grand jury, but it was a Haldeman operation that while they had gotten the grand jury park wrong Haldeman had indeed control the slush fund in the general thrust of what they had reported was right? But the initial splash of the wrong story overshadows, the important news that is right..

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"haldeman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on KCRW

"Stans who is the as part of that coverage? Woodward and Bernstein were able to establish for people who had access to those funds people very close to the. President including his campaign manager at the time. So this reporting is starting to get closer and closer to president Nixon himself, correct? And that off Tober Woodward and Bernstein thought they had a huge scoop all roads lead to Haldeman the White House chief of staff HR, Bob Haldeman, they had learned that HR Haldeman the person closest to the president controlled the slush fund. So we interviewed people including use loan at finally said, it was Haldeman and Hugh Sloan the treasurer of Nixon's campaign had testified about that to the grand jury investigating the president a big scoop. Correct. This was the big story if he was involved in this if he could authorize money that led Braxton Nixon store step because this would be the first person inside the White House. At the time who was also controlling the funds from this slush fund precisely. So the reporting on this just weeks before the November election, they have three sources confirming Haldeman, it's the guy. In a deadline right before they're about the public editor asks them to get another source. So Bernstein called a lawyer in the Justice department and said, you know, we know what's Haldeman and the lawyer said I'd like to help you. I really would. But I just can't say.

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"haldeman" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"And so now when I say Noyce a picture, and it's like it's in the grooves of my brain. I can't can't shake it. But I'm not mad at I'm happy to to be reminded about the great. Steve Sanders attended that image in your head. Very handsome young men. I never thought he was good looking. I thought he was kinda weird. Spend looking now. Yes. And he was. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Once once those sharks come in his shirt off an episode. He was he got a good body granny tall. So you had the hit that conform. Div sanders. Watch. It was just just little too two out of my age. We were. Yeah. I was just a little too. And yet you did watch save the about which is also out of your range. But that was against saved by the bell. Was it was convenient that came on as I was writing tells, right? Oh bells on as I take my. So the show. Yes. But and then Melrose place I have to admit I never got into because I found it to racy what? Grandmother. I am. I'm like an old lady. I remember growing up at fourteen or fifteen and everybody was so into Madonna, and I remember saying I don't approve of this. Yeah. Why is she have to push this? Sexiness at an age when I'm not. Sixteen. No, I was very very nervous. It made me. Very nervous have been more ready. God it was right? Perfect up until I was seventeen. Oh, goodness. Yeah. Why eight or something like? Live eighty eight. Let's see. My hero. So you know, what was happening you at us, we fear. Dem writing. Gosh, by the way, Jimmy showed us a picture of himself the other day where it was the tackiest car that really Jimmy. I know I feel bad for for saying that. But at least the tomorrow required an outlay of cash RO excuse circle. But. Sierra was bureaus of beautiful portion knock off heap. Beautiful fiberglass. Firebird to me. Two sear mid engine. Yeah. Trunk that you could put maybe a spiral notebook in. The notebooks. The alternate title. Not. It wasn't initially Farrell is the Pontiac deathtrap got fun. M C my boss. Jim Haldeman would always go you still driving that coffin. Wheelchair. You know, if you if you don't see the truck stop.

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"haldeman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:19 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To fifty one. America's. America's. Chilling. Curtis booker. Thanks very much C four put that together. I let's keep it rolling going down Attleboro. And we're gonna talk with Elizabeth in annaborough. Elizabeth you are next on the ringcentral nightside caller line. Welcome. ID and Hawaii. Oh, I'm great Elizabeth. How are you doing? I'm doing fine. Thanks. I I was listening to your last caller. You are a leader, Dan. But I have to say I'm in your corner. I'm absolutely with you a hundred percent on your views of the FBI. And I guess I wanted to say that from I thought Trump was going to take down the government the way he was handling the Justice department. But that being said this morning's I just wanted to say that Roger stone is I heard some information about him and Manafort being in business together back in the eighty very true. Very true. Paul Manafort, Roger stone at a guy named Charlie black. Let me ask you do. You think there were enough FBI agents there today? Do you think? Had a few more just in case. Yeah. I know. I don't know enough about Roger stone. But I was really happy to see them taking this seriously. They will they said they were twelve agents. Have you seen the video yet of them rushing? The the his hideout. No, I haven't. I just saw the videos of them outside the building by you mean, the courthouse or outside of his his highest house. I thought it was his house. I didn't know it was a condo. Well, it was. It was I view it's kind of as where he his hideout, and they they were able to take him down without a shot fired. And they did it with only twelve or so agents, they might have been a few more. But I think they needed. I hope they had people on on all four sides of the hideout because okay could have sleep. I, you know, I just think the whole government was at stake the way Trump was running things, and it was just. The whole government. I really did many people felt that way. You know, many of us concerned when he was elected that frankly, we were thinking about was nuclear war possible. So far we've avoided that catastrophe at least. We've eliminated some of the catastrophes that have possibilities. But I'm still scared. There have been nights that I thank God. We've had you on the air. But. I think we all can tonight. Sleep a little more solidly tonight. Elizabeth I know when I go home and put my head on my pillow knowing that that this guy stone is under arrest. Under indictment. This might be the beginning of the end. Oh, thank goodness. You know, you never know. Goodness. You know, they were talking about. I don't know if you saw the the football game. Are you football AM? Yes. Of course, the patriots. We hope we're going to win the super. But I know if you saw that play down in the New Orleans, Los Angeles Rams game where past and it's really stole the game from New Orleans and baton, absolutely. And you know this. There's a lawyer down there who's suing the NFL to try to get the commission the NFL to reverse the score of the game and basically declare that the saints were were robbed of the victory. Yeah. He's got a point. I think he certainly does and a very similar fashion. I hope that if if thank goodness Trump is actually impeached that we don't follow the normal course. And then have Pence's president. I think they should turn around and say, hey, this election was was was stolen from Hillary Clinton in the first place, and let's restore her to the to the position that she that she actually won. Bye. Bye. I say my prayers every night. But I I have to tell you the truth. I did not vote in this election because I could not. Justify hiller. I was not a Hillary fan. But I was not a Donald Trump fan either. Well, I did not vote in this election. I voted in the election, but I chose not I chose the blank the presidential ballot as well. Elizabeth so great to talk with you. Okay. But sleep a little boy Sally tonight. Okay. Okay. Thank you so much. Thank you for being on the side of the good. I appreciate it. I'm trying to I'm trying to try and his best. I can't. Thanks, elizabeth. We'll talk good night. Yeah. Bye bye author. Arthur, how are you tonight? Hey, Danny boy, how are you doing couldn't be better author? What did you think today? Oh, why kind of TV on? I gotta was a movie, you know, something they may make a movie out of this. We could call it something like the takedown. Steven Seagal could be here Trina. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, hey, you never know. You gotta go in with enough force. I mean this. This guy has been on the Lam now for two years, Arthur. Okay. What a shame. I don't know what a waste of money that was well, at least, we're we're secure and our knowledge that. That that they got him. Got it. To coming up tonight. Do. Guns drawn. The machine wouldn't have gotten. Oh, no, not for you know. We need is to baseball bat. I think you could handle things with your bare heads from our previous conversations. I don't think. All right. Hey have a great weekend. Okay. Thanks. Let me go to Jamie and end over Jamie and end over your next on the ringcentral nightside caller line. Thanks for calling. Good time to finish my cream. Spinach was very good. I actually like spinach. I'm one of the few as a kid. I this must be something wrong with me. I liked spinach. And I I maybe I watch too many Popeye the sailor cartoons. Well, it turns out. It's got all these things for your is. Like, my wife, I make a powder collard greens is like improved incredible compared to her sisters. That's good. That's good to know. I still no matter how much spinach eight I still couldn't hit the curve ball. You know? What's your take on this, Jamie? Well, I'm going to state the obvious. You don't send twelve agents around to arrest a political operative you send twelve agents around swarm into the house and take the computers in the cellphones before they can be erased. That's why they're there. Just like with Cohen. Well, do you think that if they just send someone what do you think you would have done barricaded? He's been he's been on the Liam for twelve years. Say oh, just a second and then hit delete. And if you ask them to come in, then he'll probably take a pickaxe. It people. Do I hope the way it works? Yeah. What are you proud of the federal authorities today or when they took down Elian Gonzalez, which which which they made you more proud. I don't know. I don't think a pride. I just think they were doing they were doing their job. According to the protocol of their job today. You have to get in there quick and keep everybody button off of their equipment in order to confiscate the equipment, and you give him seven charges which are minor because you can bring down other charges on top. And when you file those charges just before you can hint that you know, about all the other people who are co-conspirators, and that's exactly what they did. So so you you look at this then as as a great day for for law enforcement. I just think it's a professionals. They're professionals and they did their job correctly. I hope they had all four corners of the house covered all four sides of the house covered because I'm sure they were going in the back door at the same time. Yeah. So so even though we saw twelve going in the front, hopefully, we had at least fifty surrounding the house. And you're gonna take one guy you just need to people. I mean if he shoots his career is over anyway. So. His life is over. But if you're going to take the electron IX, and if you're interested in formation, which is the obsession you're gonna come in from all around the house with a swarm of people, and you know, tomorrow there's going to be right. These these vans with two or three hundred plastic bags. You know what I mean? It's gonna be a full custom search of his house. I'm sure that was done today now. But but but what my my concern is is did we have enough firepower? That's the only question that I would have had more than that. You think there was enough today? I don't think the guns really mad at that much except they are agents. Well, the guns were they might as well run. I mean, yeah, you gotta have the guns ready to to to to do whatever you have to do. I mean now this guy had been had been the subject of a lot of focused for about two years. Daring them to come for him. You know in the end, right? But do you think that he might have had the opportunity to delete any of this stuff the previously or do you think he might not have been sharp enough to think about that? Well, that goes to personal opinion. But I actually believe he was so. Smoking that he just went ahead and did whatever dealings. He wanted to figuring. There's no way they would ever come because of his friend. You know, who's his friend? Oh. So you think okay? So so so then then this guy really probably figures that Trump's going to take them off the hook. Anyway. Yeah. Well, he probably went beyond that, he probably figured that. Trump would interfere with things, you know. Yeah. He figured that. Trump had some way of making things happen. You know? Why do you think Trump didn't do that? Then. I mean, he is crazy is a owl. He's he's most skillful with the public, and he burnt out all of his neurons when it comes to all the people who could carry out anything like that. And he's able to determine whether any of them are pro or for they're not, sir. You know, there's no HR alderman's out there because you know, those people he knows or less competent than that the people who are like that. He can't even find them because he's Friday the departments will Haldeman Haldeman went to jail Haldeman and early, but they both went to jail, by the way shortly after the fact, well, look what I'm saying. I'm just to talk to someone else. Who is so proud of the FBI that they were able to get this guy. How do you think they figured out where he was? Good police work. Well, don't underestimate the the the complexity of something like this. This guy was in somewhere in a hideout, and they were then they don't property property that he owned. And there are dozens of them that can watch all the properties. So that's the point this guy on his cellphone to well. He's probably has many cellphones. I mean, this guy is this guy's a mastermind when you think about it. This guy stone was able to steal the White House. I mean, that's the bottom line and. Know, we're dealing with a man with a mastermind, and and again, I just think it shows again, why how what a great job the FBI did today. Well, you know, another way that they could find him pretty easily my daughter's in Infosec and your tire valve stems. If you have a recent.

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"haldeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That's right out of the exit. Traffic is they got two lanes cleared about thirty five miles an hour. Yeah. An amateur hour. They're on the road this hour, you see very many cars in the ditch. No, not knocked down team on. Yeah. Oh, well, that's good. We've had some reports tonight. There's been a few here and there and stuff I think as long as the whole key. I think everybody that's out on the road. They know how to drive and I think the key is to slow down. And you can Nate navigate around. Meggett? Yeah. Okay. Good. Well, hey, thanks for the and our buddy. Okay. Thanks, brother. Okay. Tony go ahead then. Yeah. So Dixon's down in Florida, and he gets he looks in the newspaper. There's a little small article about this bug break in the Democratic National Committee the night before. And he's thinking what the heck what why did these guys do this? And wait till I get back to Washington, I'm gonna find out and reams some people for the stupid escapade. And the first reports were out of Nixon camp was in its third rate burglary has nothing to do with the White House. Oh, okay. Well, that was a public spin. Yeah. Okay. That's not good. It's a lie. It sounded good third race. Nixon gets back to Washington and starts having some meetings with some cabinet people trying to find out what happened and what didn't happen. Now, we find out later that all these conversations were taped. We'll get to look into later in the conversation one of them which was June. Twentieth. Two three days after the break in is where the infamous eighteen and a half minute gap where whereas erased conversation the twenty third with Haldeman had to do with the CIA and the FBI which is huge, and we'll get into that in just a minute. Okay. Well, hey, let me go ahead and say hi to bloom mule real quick is that's one of your buddies here and.

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"haldeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"haldeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nixon is getting pretty steamed about it. His chief of staff HR Haldeman has an idea. Maybe they could blackmail Johnson. Hold on and explains that White House aide, Tom Houston thinks there might be copies of classified files that would embarrass Johnson at the Brookings Institution. A Washington think-tank. Brooklyn cut. I. Did you catch that Nixon says he wants Houston's plan implemented on the basis? He's ordering his aides to commit a crime on tape by orchestrating a break in at Brookings. As it turns out, the break in Nixon asked for it doesn't appear to have ever happened. But this sounds familiar, right? This started in motion a chain reaction that gave birth to the to the Palmer's to find out. What else I had stopped me from putting it out if you don't remember from that history class the plumbers were a group of former CIA guys Nixon loyalists who didn't illegal work for the president. They famously got arrested while trying to bug democratic headquarters at the Watergate hotel, but did you ever wonder why they were called the plumbers originally one of their jobs was to stop and start leaks and leak number one was the Pentagon papers. Hellberg didn't know this at the time..

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