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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 6 months ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Finally this stuff starts coming out And what do you learn about the road map What do you learn about the prosecutor's office of the judges What do you learn as you're going through this Well the short summary is Nixon was driven from office by a secret cabal of vindictive judges and partisan prosecutors and cooperating health staff but what really happened is that the four top prosecutors took their records with them when they left office So the national archives is supposed to have all the files but they didn't have them And they grabbed they only surfaced within the last 8 years a four cashes of documents from four of the top prosecutors and then I got the road map on field The road map for your listeners education was the secret grand jury testimony that the prosecutors said nailed Nixon proved he was personally involved in the cover up but since it was grand jury evidence it was conveyed to the House impeachment committee to House judiciary committee in secret and we never saw it We never knew what they were accusing Nixon of having done So we were we were boxing in the dark I got to have them sealed in 2018 It had been secret for 45 years and that's what the book is about The book says look look at what they did Look at what they said in secret They couldn't prove it Mark they made up

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Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 6 months ago

Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

"Finally this stuff starts coming out And what do you learn about the road map What do you learn about the prosecutor's office of the judges What do you learn as you're going through this Well the short summary is Nixon was driven from office by a secret cabal of vindictive judges and partisan prosecutors and cooperating health staff but what really happened is that the four top prosecutors took their records with them when they left office So the national archives is supposed to have all the files but they didn't have them And they grabbed they only surfaced within the last 8 years a four cashes of documents from four of the top prosecutors and then I got the road map on field The road map for your listeners education was the secret grand jury testimony that the prosecutors said nailed Nixon proved he was personally involved in the cover up but since it was grand jury evidence it was conveyed to the House impeachment committee to House judiciary committee in secret and we never saw it We never knew what they were accusing Nixon of having done So we were we were boxing in the dark I got to have them sealed in 2018 It had been secret for 45 years and that's what the book is about The book says look look at what they did Look at what they said in secret They couldn't prove it Mark they made up

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

07:27 min | 9 months ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on Kickass News

"Lieutenant. Colonel alexander. vin. Ben was most recently the director of eastern europe the caucus in russia on the white house's national security council. He served as a foreign area officer with assignments in moscow and for the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff as a political military affairs officer. He is currently a doctoral student at john hopkins school of advanced international studies. Senior fellow at the law fair institute and a visiting fellow at perry world house. He is however best known as the whistle blower who exposed president donald trump's infamous july twenty fifth twenty nineteen phone call with ukrainian president vladimir's alinsky which led to the second impeachment of donald trump. It culminated in lieutenant colonel. Men's dramatic testimony before the house impeachment committee in which he famously said here right matters indeed. That's the title of his new memoir. Here right matters an american story. Alexander van men. Welcome to the podcast. While thank you ben. I'm looking forward to being on kick ass news with you. It's a pleasure. We are now little more than two years since the infamous july twenty fifth phone call between donald trump and the ukrainian president and the impeachment proceedings. That of course followed has your life finally gotten back to some semblance of normality by now and not any semblance of normality. As i knew it my twenty year military career was Was guided by a laser focus on a public service and on keen focus on national security issues foreign policy by only real considerations were never had to consider like where my paycheck was. coming from. medical care I had to maybe think about like the next move in terms of Military that's all kind of gone by the wayside now and I'm involved in a bunch of really interesting things. Working on a doctorate s- A senior fellow at the law fair institute on the board of a non governmental organization. But it's kind of a brave new world trying to figure out what i wanna do and really kind of dealing with the after effects of Of doing my duty seeking to defend. Us national security interests in in my case really against the president of the united states is looking to undermine the very foundations of good governance and Free and fair election so not quite back to normal yet. I'm not sure what normal didn't look like from here on out But i'm working hard to kind of provide some security instability for for my family and figure out what i want to do the long run. You of course left the white house when trump was surrounded by scandal. And you came in when he was surrounded by a scandal. It's kind of interesting your first day at the. Nfc was the very same day in two thousand eighteen. When president trump with vladimir putin in helsinki. And he famously told a press conference that he trusted putin as much as his own intelligence community when it came to the two thousand sixteen election that was about a year before the ukraine. Call so i have to wonder. Wh- what was your overall impression of donald trump in the year or so prior to that infamous phone call. You know it's it's interesting. I think it's a feature of donald trump that he's as destructive to to himself in his own interest as he has to the country. Frankly oftentimes unfortunately he's terribly destructive on both accounts at the time before i had come to. Nfc i had done my diligence. I kind of understood that. I was coming into a perilous environment. That didn't white or operate the way previous administrations did but still saw an opportunity to do some good invents you. Us stirred interests. The reason i was offered the position is because i drafted the key documents for the for the department of defense on how face russia as an adversary and. I thought i could do the same thing kind of magnify nowadays. It's natural. I had reason to believe that it could be successful because hill was on the team And she was like minded in a in a student of russia in President putin and that first day. I learned that i was going to have some major major headwinds but i also recognize that donald trump had little to no interest in foreign policy. He was highly transactional he was or he would only kind of You know step into foreign policy. Where where he saw transactional benefit either with kind of rousing a constituency or for personal gain which which happened quite often unfortunately and he didn't really pay that close attention to russia or really the rest of my portfolio ukraine moldova belarus. To the caucuses. He didn't care he didn't you don't understand what why what what the value of those regions where to national security interest. So i thought i could still do a lot of good. Frankly i just knew the brakes on on being able to really implemented a russia strategy. That would help the us the way. I thought we we needed to do it. Well i wanna go ahead and just skip straight to that fateful day. July twenty fifth two thousand nineteen prior to the phone call. Did you have any sense that something was a little bit off about that situation between the white house in ukraine or the that this was not going to be a normal phone call between two world leaders of two minds. I was both very apprehensive and also may maybe naively optimistic. What i certainly had watched unfold of the preceding months were was a foreign policy being run outside of yours. Government channels a route rudy. Giuliani i kind of trashing ambassador. Ivanovich both directly or indirectly and don jr. who had zero clue about what was going on in the region or probably any at large rarely. Frankly it obey trashing career public servant and then those things unfolding of the preceding months. That were alarming. Need but i in a way this aggregated them from the from the president directly. Because i thought that these were people looking to curry favour. Ingratiate themselves with the president. It do the president's bidding and might maybe somewhat blocking my offer. The office of the president kind of didn't allow me to really even though i saw had seen really bad the double dealing for the president. I didn't really believe that the president was going to attack the very foundations of our democracy electoral process. So i thought that we put together a call on its merits. The president had already executed one phone call with of lenders alinsky the president of ukraine. I thought you know if it went anything like that. We could actually make some headway on normalizing the relationship providing ukraine the kind of support they needed to face russian aggression and In the days right before the call was initially on the schedule is pulled off. Because they're bachelor. Bolton the national security adviser at the time killed it thought there was too much danger and then it went back on is kind of perplexed as to wire. All this was going on just reschedule. Extent point Landed i just did what i thought was right. I provide the president kind of a script to follow much like he.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Petition seeking that impeachment now, once out. That came out of a Wednesday meeting of the House Impeachment committee as they reviewed the governor's response to the petition and to decide another proceedings. Attorney, Robert 16. About one's burrow sent a letter to an official from the governor's office who described his client Randall Daniel, once off, according to that letter sex to explain to his client that impeachment is not a proper response when public officials make policy decisions with which a citizen disagrees. According to the letter, Daniel agreed with the attorney that impeachment wasn't the right measure to take, and both agreed that he should remove himself in the petition the process that will need the approval of that House committee. We're staying in Frankfurt and heading over to the governor's office, where he says there are promising trends in the states battle against covert 19. He says progress is fragile and depends on people being vigilant. As for vaccines, he says, are one issue is supply. We had three issues they be supply supply and supply. The federal government will now increase Kentucky's allocation by 16 to 17% each week, which is about 8800 more doses per week. In his briefing, Bashir reported 2424 new cases, the lowest Wednesday in four weeks. The positivity rate is down to 9.35%, he reported 47 new deaths Speaking about the new variant of covert 19 now in Kentucky, Health Commissioner Dr Steven Stack says it's more contagious, since more people can get it more quickly and more easily. That means you could have more people get sick, more people who die, adding. It's more important than ever to stay vigilant. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh Yes. Paying damn make is causing more layoffs. A B C's Aaron Contar Ski has the latest jobs numbers. 847,000 workers sought unemployment benefits for the first time last week, a bit of a drop from the prior week, but still at a historically high level while the virus rages thean Khanna me cannot recover business restrictions to slow the infection rate heard, especially the hospitality and food service industries. Overall, the economy grew 1% in the final three months of 2020. The Department of Homeland Security has issued a rare national terrorism advisory warning that extremists Whose support former President Trump could feel emboldened after the Capitol attack. A B C's Alex pray, Shea says, This comes as more rest are made in the wake of the January 6th Ryan. California man is now charged after allegedly being found with 49 firearms and five pipe bombs. The FBI claims he was preparing for an attack and texted. I want to blow up a Democrat building bad. I hope 45 President Trump goes to war If he doesn't I will. And now a California Democrat, is introducing a bill to expel Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who's accused of endorsing political violence and a 2019 Facebook video, Green appears to support executing Speaker Nancy Pelosi. And the University of Louisville has released their 2021 football schedule. The cards first game will be September 6th against Old Miss and the Chick fil A Kickoff game that will be in Atlanta. The home opener for the cards of the September 11 against Eastern Kentucky University. Back on the schedule is the Kentucky Game. That's November 27th at Cardinal Stadium. Your next news update is 10 30? I'm Will Clark News Radio 8 40 w h A s.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What do you think, is the likelihood of that? I think you should know you're thinking about things that Trump will do over the next few months to buy them in your head between malfeasance and nonfeasance. The malfeasance is difficult to do requires the cooperation of others. It is scary isn't Jeremy said. He puts individual people at risk. And in the end after some hemming and hawing, I think we'll find the malfeasance is Mohr less under control. It's the nonfeasance you have to worry about. And with the nonfeasance. I think he's going to go, Teo. The spinal tap 11 on that one important because he psychologically he can't. He's been wounded. He's B He's he's acting out. Not with a strategy or plant in the country is wounded him and therefore he has to punch the country back and he wants you to get sick because that serves you right. You deserve it. So he is not like they've been feeding so much to coin a word already, But the non reasons will be will be nearly total over the coming weeks. And so it is going to incumbent on each us that The good news is in the cova Terry. We all have a lot of responsibility in our own hands. We could make individual decisions to mask to even in the winter months when it's more difficult to maintain social distance and get us through to a period when the vaccine may be available, and when responsible public officials will be available. I think one other thing can hope for is that governors in the states we'll see. The trump method of treating Corona as a hoax or a personal insult that didn't pay off for him in the end, And so those governors who are thinking about political futures may wantto I'd like a Rhonda Sanders was thinking about a national career. You know, he may want to think about being a little bit more responsible figure Post Trump than he was when he was before, but there's going to be no end or not. When it stopped paying the costs of the Trump presidency on Election Day or even Inauguration day. It's going to take a long time prepare the damage that was done and more damage will continue to be done. Let me go to collar Michael in Boston. Hi, Michael. Hi the first good quickly. Maybe I'm overly suspicious. But I've always assumed that since he only cares about raw power that he would try to leverage non prosecution in exchange for not calling on his followers to make the streets run red. I really think he would do it if he thought he could like specific question, though, is due pardons really have to be that specific because I recall that Gerald Ford's pardon wasn't specific at all. It just said any and all crimes. Jeremy. Sorry. On that's legally questionable pardons in general have to be specific. You cannot pardon someone and give them a long term for ever get out of jail card. Even the Ford pardon was at least interpreted as being specific to the Watergate charges for which there were at least charges in the House of Representatives that they had actually been approved by the House Impeachment committee. So in the case where there are no charges on the table, not even in Congress. It would be very hard to craft something that sounded like it was keyed to a particular set of actions without being a universal pardon a universal freedom from all prosecution, which certainly would not be acceptable. They might find a way around this, but it would be a very difficult thing to do, and it would certainly again not apply to state crimes in any way. Michael. Thanks for the question. We're getting reports that Trump has fired his defense Secretary Mark Esper in a tweet and I know that firings. Very person very deep could be done deeply and widely in this lame duck period. I'm wondering first. Anita Kumar, if you could talk a little bit about what you might know on the latest in terms of firings and the powers that he's tried to exercise around those for the lame duck period. That is correct. He did fire the defense secretary and replaced him for this brief period time anyway by the national Counter Terrorism Center director His name is Christopher Miller. So you know we had heard for quite some time. There's that you know, Secretary Esper would be on his way out. He had a resignation races. Resignation letter prepared. He's not the only one. We've been hearing that President Trump, as one of my colleagues wrote, is going to treat this two months as a second term, meaning he's going to come in there. Clean house. Do every try to do everything that he wanted to do by executive order. All the pardons all those types of things, but sort of push it into these two months as much as he can. But remember. You will face enormous pushed by people, including members of his own party, and including, you know, members of Congress. Well, what do you think about that Jeremy story in terms of his power to fire. I mean, I know that there are certain certain procedures that that he must go through to be able to do them in some cases and with some positions, But do you see him trying to expand that and using it? I think so. Everything we know about President Trump is that he's a vindictive individual. He takes personal loyalty as the most important sign if someone's competence, and he believes that people like Secretary of defense Esper who have pushed back on his efforts to misuse the military, for example, that they're being disloyal, But as you say, there are limitations on what he conduce. For example, just now he has fired the secretary of defense, and he has tried to promote the head of the National Counter Terrorism Center that's actually against the law. The deputy secretary of.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"With where we are? Of course not. So we've got a redouble our efforts every single Monday. It's not just the police department but street intervention, community based organizations and Trump also talking about his decision Friday night to commute the prison sentence of his friend. And former advisor Roger Stone. Trump says he has no regrets. I'm getting rave reviews for what I did for Roger Stone, and he, frankly is going to go on now appeal his case. He had a jury forewoman who hated Roger Stone. Now Republican Senator Mitt Romney, who was also the only Republican to vote to convict the president in his impeachment trial, tweeted quote, unprecedented historic Corruption and American president commutes the sentence of a person convicted by a jury of lying to shield that very president. The chairman of the House Impeachment Committee, Adam Schiff, also reacting to the Roger Stone computation. It is a shockingly corrupt abuse of the president to commute the sentence of someone who not only lied to Congress not only obstructed the investigation, not only intimidated witnesses, but did so to cover up for the president. And Stone made no secret of the fact that he wanted this relief and that he was withholding information to protect the president Washington Redskins announcing today that they will Get rid of the Redskins name and logo that the franchise has used since 1933 team also saying in that statement that they send out that Dan Snyder and coach Rivera are working closely develop a new name and design approach that will enhance the standing of our proud tradition rich franchise and inspire our sponsor. Spain's and community owner, Dan Snyder bought the team in 1999. He had previously said he would never change the name but then He softened his stance after FedEx, which owns the naming rights to the stadium, urged the Redskins to change their name. Wools News time. 507 Checking traffic.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The same exact opinion about the president is James Comey so he decided over and over and over and over again to claim that he saw all of this evidence of Russian collusion but look you can see evidence in plain sight on the issue of collusion pretty compelling what is so compelling except behind the scenes in the committee that he was the chairman of all of these intelligence officials under the Obama administration came forward and said there is no evidence we saw no evidence I saw nothing at all showing Russian collusion and yet Schiff went on TV over and over and over and over again some more claiming the opposite she's been outed as bi partisan hack that we all knew him to be and now folks are calling for him to be removed from his committee it's not going to happen but it does make for some good talking points his representative Lee Zeldin the Republican from New York on fox Adam Schiff should not be the chair of the house intelligence committee is cattle should be removed it should be censured should resign there's there's a lot of that I should have been financially pelo C. isn't going to punish Adam Schiff in fact that's the reason why he has the gavel in the first place he's the chair of the house intelligence committee which became the house impeachment committee because of the way he writes these fairy tale parodies because of the Russia investigation and became the impeachment push it's actually one of the Democrats reward it's one that the media reward so I'm not going to expect any repercussions even though he should resign today there's not and what's worse C. N. N. right now with like Brian Stelter who's just since the worst worst.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A main woman it's official name of the new red Sox triple a affiliate in Worcester no surprise hits the WUSA a federal judge ordering former White House counsel don began to appear before Congress and sent back to the president's efforts to keep his top aides from testifying and it's thanksgiving week in Congress is in recess but the lights are still on in the offices of some lawmakers WBZ's Laurie Kirby with more from Capitol Hill and CBS's Steve Dorsey I know that we're in thanksgiving recess on Capitol Hill but the house impeachment committee is still working together working through the thanksgiving holiday to summarize the testimony we've been hearing over the last couple weeks and use that to send a report to the house Judiciary Committee and that will provide guidance to the democratic led committee dared to begin drafting what could be articles of impeachment against president trump to eventually make its way to the house floor when he goes to the Judiciary Committee what's the breakdown of Republicans versus Democrats on that committee do you know Democrats control the committee just like Democrats controlled the house intelligence committee I think that you're going to see more themes about the president's alleged wrongdoing especially when it comes down to bribery this is something that needs to pull OC Adam Schiff I have been speaking more publicly about they say that something that says can be more explicitly defined by the constitution as high crimes and misdemeanors which the constitution lays out for impeachment process and it's possible he did it your twenty could have their own hearings and could color witnesses perhaps not directly related to the impeachment probe but more about the constitution and then that could lead into a full house vote that could happen around the Christmas new year holiday is this all going to get done by Christmas Stephen or no no way this will likely if it's lucky for Democrats maybe get out of the house by Christmas but remain he also another looming budget deadline that's December the twentieth and that's when the government runs out of money unless folks do something about that and that critical oxygen it to happen like it did last year remember all that I do Majed having to deal with an impeachment investigation while that's happening in the background had to get things done how do you get done you'll never sleep you'll be working twenty exactly there's a lot of pressure on lawmakers and even when it gets to the Senate let's say after the new year you've got super Tuesday coming up in March you've got to I will New Hampshire primaries some Democrats of course in the Senate are happy the campaign trail for that some Republicans are also on the campaign trail for reelection there's so much going on that I mean it it's really going to be a push to to get everything done all right I'm gonna go back to the house intelligence chairman Adam Schiff hinting that he might ask for an investigation into Mister Nunez yes there is been reporting that dividends the ranking member the top Republican on the house intelligence committee met in Europe with Rudy guiliani according to an associate that's been arrested in under investigation which US department for his role in the Ukraine issue Devin newness on on fox over the weekend wouldn't confirm that thing that he hopes to speak more publicly about it but Congress is out right now and the thanksgiving holiday is approaching I imagine after thanksgiving we'll start to see more of this especially as we perhaps learn more from these associates of Rudy Giuliani who could have more evidence tying Republicans including Devin newness to this and this Ukraine matter and so for those committee members in the house intelligence committee is that the full committee behind closed doors that they work together as a just a few lawyers going through stuff how does it actually work behind the scenes well lots of staff will be working over thanksgiving likely Democrats will be staying behind but for the most part this is a staff attorney leads process until we see some more open hearings that could happen as they begin to work on their drafts perhaps next month what else haven't we touched upon before I let you go you know there's been a lot of reporting of the last twenty four forty eight hours of the this White House counsel review of the president's decision to stall this military aid to Ukraine and according to CBS sources it turned up some emails that showed what's being described as an after the fact justification for the president's decision to withhold Ukraine military aid and also turned up some debate inside the White House over its legality because the the the Congress authorized this aid to be sent to Ukraine and something like eighty six percent of it has made it to Ukraine still the dollar's hasn't so you'll likely see more about that and reporting over the next few days WBZ's Laurie Kirby speaking with CBS's Steve Dorsey it is seven twenty one traffic.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

"To a home invasion in northwest Detroit one of the officers is dead cheap Craig says they arrived at that house with people frantically running out because the man inside who is looking for his girlfriend had a high powered rifle well they couldn't find him upstairs and they were heading down the stairs when the gunman opened fire one officer was shot in the leg and then an eighteen year veteran of the force was shot in the neck because of the high powered rifle of the round trip or stuff to the rear of the skull with the **** of his life he died at a hospital the suspect was tracked down and shot by police he's in serious condition that gunman has a lengthy criminal record you a W. president Gary Jones resigning as union leaders were moving to fire him General Motors accused fiat Chrysler in a lawsuit of bribing union officials to get more favorable contract terms from the U. A. W. GM says it suffered massive financial damages the lawsuit alleges that the late fiat Chrysler chief Sergio Marchi owned directed the bribery scheme FCA says they're astonished by the lawsuit and they say the allegations are meritless house impeachment committee scheduled here from two more witnesses the pair will be the last one is scheduled to appear in the house two witnesses today Fiona held the former top Russian adviser on the National Security Council and David Holmes obviously became famous less than a week ago when he flew to the United States for a closed door deposition where he talked about a phone call that he overheard between ambassador Gordon someone and president trump while in Ukraine of course manga Phil Mattingly but there's no time table as to when the house impeachment committee will and their work democratic candidates for president debated on cable TV Joe Biden says he understands president trump's interest in Ukraine by the way I learned something about these impeachment trials I learn number one that Donald Trump doesn't want me to be the nominee that's pretty clear he held.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

"From Ukraine to announce investigations into president trump's political opponents that came from his lawyer Rudy guiliani at the direction of the president Gordon psalm one of master to the E. U. is providing house impeachment investigators with his statement earlier he gave them emails and texts that Democrats say indicate that there was a prude Kroll prole agreement between those parties in his statement to the house impeachment committee which is still going on Gordon Sunderland says secretary Perry ambassador Volker and I worked with Mr Rudy Giuliani on Ukraine matters at the express direction of the president of the United States we did not want to work with Mister Giuliani simply put we were playing the hand we were dealt we all understood that if we refuse to work with Mister Giuliani we would lose a very important opportunity to cement relations between the United States and Ukraine so we follow the president's orders although we disagreed with the need to involve Mr Giuliani at the time we did not believe that his role was improper someone was not in on the phone call between trump and the Ukrainian president U. A. W. dissidents say they have the support of six you way W. locals in their effort to remove union president Gary Jones the dissidents are trying to use articles in the union's constitution to kick Jones out of the U. A. W. amid the federal investigation into union an auto industry wrongdoing Jones is on paid leave the dissidents need enough locals to set in motion the action to kick Jones out of the U. A. W. ten Democrats will begin tonight's cable TV presidential candidate debate in Atlanta advocates from M. S. N. B. C. will handle the event political wrangling in Michigan high profile challenger to Justin Ammash in a northern Michigan congressional race has dropped out of that race Republican state Rep Jim Loehr said he would go after the seat but now he sighed family issues and the difficulty in raising money Ammash has quit the Republican Party and calls for the impeachment of president trump Peter Meyer of the Meyer store retail family is running for the office as a Republican in Oakland county Republican sheriff Michael Bouchard says he will not run for county executive no Republican has declared a run for the office yet state senator Ruth Johnson is mentioned as a possible entry Democrat David Coulter was appointed after the death of L. Brooks Patterson he will run along with Democrat anti Meisner who was the county treasurer a priest from western Wayne County is set to plead guilty to sexual abuse and to be sentenced today fifty six year old Patrick Casey who was accused of engaging in various acts with a twenty four year old man who would come to him several years ago for counseling and help in western Wayne County the American medical association is calling for me an immediate ban on E. cigarettes in the U. S. Ann Arbor city council was approved a deer kill plan for twenty twenty so far hunters of killed three hundred eighty six dear since Ann Arbor received a state permit to shoot or sterilize the deer three years ago on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials and the S. and P. five hundred are down the Dow right now is forty six in the red for W. J. R. news on Decatur more with Frank.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

"The house impeachment committee is hearing from staffers for their views on the trump call with Ukraine army lieutenant colonel Alexander Veneman says he thought national security should be in question if you crane agreed to investigate pardon this would have significant implications if it with became public knowledge and it would be perceived as a parson play it undermine our Ukraine policy and would undermine our national security Veneman referred to Rudy Giuliani as a disruptive actor in this opinion in the spring of two thousand eighteen I became aware of too disruptive actors primarily Ukraine's then prosecutor yearly tango and former mayor Rudolph Giuliani presents personal attorney promoting false narratives that undermined the United States current policy Republican Devin noon yes says of the whistle blower the whistle blower has successfully kick started impeachment he has disappeared from the story as if the Democrats put the whistleblower in their own witness protection program in Afghanistan two professors from the American University in Kabul Afghanistan have been released from Taliban captivity they were exchanged for three Taliban commanders a six person in Michigan has died from the eastern equine encephalitis borne by mosquitoes the state health department says this person lived in Berrien county in west Michigan it was a lovely cruise until a man aboard a carnival cruise ship line fell off a balcony to the deck below as the ship was returning to port in Miami this happened on the carnival horizon police say the death was an accident government health experts recommend broader use of a prescription strength fish oil drug to help many more patients at risk for a heart attack stroke and other problems currently the drug fast camper is approved for a smaller group of patients with extremely high levels of triglycerides Burger King is being sued by a vegetarian customer who accuses Burger King of contaminating the meatless impossible Whopper that he bought by cooking yet on the same grill as the meat burgers Philip Williams is seeking a class action he said he would not have paid a premium price for the meatless Whopper had he known the vague and was quoted and meat by products dawaly won't be back where she belongs tonight the opening night performance of hello Dolly at the Fisher theater in Detroit has been canceled there was a mechanical issue is one of the production semi trucks the theaters as people have tickets going to change them at the Fisher theater box office and people who cannot exchange tickets at the.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on WJR 760

"With your station for the holiday news talk seven sixty W. J. R. rating two professors for three terrorists to professors from the American University in Afghanistan one of whom a US citizen had been released by the Taliban as part of a prisoner exchange with Afghanistan the Taliban gets back three of their Taliban terrorist commanders for officials who came into contact with president trump's dealings with Ukraine will testify before the house impeachment committee the trump administration says it no longer considers Israeli settlements in the west bank to be a violation of international law the decision as a win for prime minister Netanyahu California's largest utility P. G. ending is warning it may shut off power once again for seven hundred fifty thousand customers as high fire risk conditions return to the northern part of the state in southern California it's raining the estate of the deceased child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is facing more than a dozen lawsuits from victims right now the latest one filed by a thirty one year old woman who says she's Jane doe and claims her life was changed forever by a chance encounter during a high school class trip to New York where she got caught up by the Jeffrey F. Steen sex trafficking efforts chick fillet is altering its approach to charitable donations following criticism by LGBT Q. supporters of contributions made to Christian groups by the restaurant chain chick fillet is dropping support for the salvation army and the fellowship of Christian athletes a six person in southwest Michigan has died of the mosquito borne illness eastern equine encephalitis become county executive mark Hackel says a renewed effort to organize a regional public transit expansion plan by using a new proposed state mechanism is really an effort to raise taxes in his comments to Paul W. J. R. world market updates sponsored by mother wattles donate your car to mother wattles help the poorest of the poor call three one three Waddell's the Tokyo Nikkei is down all the other markets are up as the Dow futures are up more than forty five decades her more with Paul W. in two minutes W. here thanksgiving is around the corner but not everyone in metro Detroit is celebrating thousands of children seniors and families will struggle to put food on the table.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"His teenage daughter as bait to help get an arrest ABC's Chuck secrets and explains a northern prosecutor used his thirteen year old daughter to lure a man back to the spot where she said he had molested her so the man's incriminating actions could be recorded on video that according to the newspaper mercury news citing police reports and sources familiar with the case a man's arrested by the Santa Clara county prosecutors under scrutiny for possibly endangering his child and interfering in a police investigation the prosecutors identities not disclose to protect the daughter the state attorney general's office has taken over the case Chuck secrets and ABC news the house impeachment committee members were still hearing closed door testimony over the weekend okay if BK's Mike Bauer report a senior official of the office of management and budget mark said he testified on Saturday about a budget process that went off the rails when nearly four hundred million dollars in U. S. military aid to Ukraine was withheld said he said he did not know the reasoning behind the freezing funds and spoke of how unusual the process was to have a political appointee come and take over the apportionment process in place a hold on the military aid late Friday David holds the key of Baystate department a toll house lawmakers that he over heard a July phone call between president trump and the ambassador to the European Union Gordon suddenly in which they discuss the efforts to pressure you cried into investigating democratic presidential candidate Joe by Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. house minority whip Steve Scalise says president trump's pardons of two army officers who were accused of war crimes boosts troop morale this is been a concern I've heard from our men and women in uniform in battle field for years that they felt that they were sidelined because they need a team of attorneys before they could return fire in a battlefield Scalise who is a Republican from Louisiana told fox news Sunday that president trump's pardons troops no longer have to fear repercussions later the president pardon to soldiers over the weekend despite concerns from Pentagon officials that it could undermine the military justice system I speaking of over the weekend I don't know if you've seen this Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house of course was on face the nation with CBS I did see yes and she invited president trump to testify I know it's a yep she invited him to come right in and tell what he knows what are the chances he takes her up on that invitation Zach zero by the way she is our featured audio clip at eight OO five we've pulled the clip from this exchange that she had with the host its fiery its fight and talk about someone I mean she just tried to run that that whole show guess she's dead she wants she yes she kind of took over the interview I did with an a is not something that you would ever of seen anybody from any legislator due to say Tim Russert they would never treated him that way now well what what you have to hear that senator it is okay let's get you caught up right now on the top national stories on news ninety three point one K. became.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Cleanup in and of course continues one of many stories we have for you following this update from ABC it's ten o'clock from ABC news I'm Linda Lopez on Capitol Hill right now White House budget official mark sandy is testifying before the house impeachment committee in a closed door session he's a career official not a political appointee and it's expected that he'll testify to the money trail what happened with that four hundred million dollars in military aid that Congress has appropriated for Ukraine but that the trump administration temporarily held up its alleged because they want to pressure you crane to investigate Joe Biden ABC's David Wright more public impeachment hearings to come this weekend at least eight witnesses set to testify including US ambassador to the E. U. Gordon Sandlin who previous witnesses say was at the center of the alleged withholding of military aid to Ukraine five people have been arrested after shooting last night at a high school football game in southern New Jersey three people were injured in the shooting too seriously including a ten year old child is in critical condition one of the men arrested thirty one year old Alvin why it has been charged with three counts of attempted murder and faces weapons charges Colin Kaepernick is going for his chance today to return to the NFL and work out arranged by the league that's meant to show team owners his writing S. A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung Colin Kaepernick is preparing for the work out that could turn around his career the controversial quarterback arriving in Atlanta earlier this week according to ESPN's Adam Schefter representatives for more than two dozen NFL teams are expected to attend this unprecedented event at the falcons training facility combines I work out for one man who's already let teams with Super Bowl critics are slamming the NFL for holding the work out on a Saturday when most owners and head coaches could not attend as they travel or prepare for Sunday games Klay Lauren's imprisoned army lieutenant who received a pardon from president trump reunited with his family today several former military officials have spoken up have spoken out against the pardon that was granted by president trump you're listening to ABC news stay informed como Saturday eight to ten to here in Seattle now for top local stories in the call twenty four seven news center I mark Christopher latest we have on this developing story overnight with the state department of ecology on the scene of a crude oil spill in the corners it happened at the shell Puget Sound refinery at about eleven forty five last night five million gallons of oil is being transferred from a barge to the refinery a containment boom now in place covers an area of about two hundred twenty five feet by thirty feet no word of how much oil actually spilled the oncology department says they haven't seen any oil by the way outside that containment boom officers Everitt having our hands full last night searching for a shooter who sent a man to the hospital almost call Miller reporting from an apartment complex that was there on west casino road were people surrounded the place after an officer for gunfire we got out to there where you heard it car was taken off the truck was taken off the truck at a broken back window looks around looks on the ground in there some blood on the ground minutes later a just a mile away that truck showed up at a bowling alley off evergreen way bloodied a man got out he had been shot and was taken to the hospital after a six hour standoff and a swat team called the police arrested a man they say pulled the trigger democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was in town for a private fund raisers yesterday he chose Madison park the other clean and Biden previously visited our area to start a summertime according to The Seattle Times people in our area have so far donated more than seven hundred nine thousand dollars to Biden's campaign expect to possibly hear more about Biden this weekend as demonstrations over his visitor scheduled to protest his relationship with Amazon and also immigration and customs enforcement okay Seattle Sounders celebration continues you want to share in the fun and get up close to that trophy how about both twenty sixteen and twenty nineteen MLS Cup trophies they will be a fisherman's terminal like right now you'll see the crowd there at the south end of the Ballard bridge from there the crew gonna headed real head over to the woodland park zoo for a chance for you to see them up close and take pictures and by the end of the day this it will be at the pro shop at century link field husky football not this weekend for second bye week Seahawks football not this weekend they'll be ready for Philadelphia next week we do have men's basketball the two and you dub men's basketball team at two o'clock today will take on the Tennessee volunteers course will have the coverage right here in the home of the Huskies komo news it is ten all four traffic.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Linda Lopez on Capitol Hill right now White House budget official mark sandy is testifying before the house impeachment committee in a closed door session he's a career official not a political appointee and it's expected that he'll testify to the money trail what happened with that four hundred million dollars in military aid that Congress appropriated for Ukraine but that the trump administration temporarily held up its alleged because they wanted to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden ABC's David Wright more public impeachment hearings to come this weekend at least eight witnesses set to testify including US ambassador to the E. U. Gordon Sandlin who previous witnesses say was at the center of the alleged withholding of military aid to Ukraine five people have been arrested after shooting last night at a high school football game in southern New Jersey three people were injured in the shooting too seriously including a ten year old child was in critical condition one of the men arrested thirty one year old Alvin why it has been charged with three counts of attempted murder and faces weapons charges Colin Kaepernick is going for his chance today to return to the NFL at a work out arranged by the league that's meant to show team owners he's ready ABC's Kelly Hartog Colin Kaepernick is preparing for the work out that could turn around his career the controversial quarterback arriving in Atlanta earlier this week according to ESPN's Adam Schefter representatives for more than two dozen NFL teams are expected to attend this unprecedented event at the falcons training facility combines I work out for one man who's already led a team to a Super Bowl critics are slamming the NFL for holding the work out on a Saturday when most owners of head coaches could not attend as they travel or prepare for Sunday games Klay Lauren's imprisoned army lieutenant who received a pardon from president trump reunited with his family today several former military officials have spoken up have spoken out against the pardon that was granted by president trump you're listening to ABC news.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For six hours Friday behind closed doors to the house impeachment committee that he over heard a call between president trump and top American diplomat Gordon Sunland in a transcript obtained by CNN home says he heard that presents a Lynskey needed to make clear to president trump that president so Lynskey was not standing in the way of investigations one of three U. S. servicemembers pardoned by president trump has been released from prison army lieutenant Clint Lawrence should serve close to seven years of a nineteen year sentence at the US military prison in Fort Leavenworth was released on Friday night after president trump issued a pardon in his case once was reunited with family members shortly afterwards and advocate for his release confirmed to ABC news he had been convicted on two counts of second degree murder for ordering his soldiers to fire on unarmed motorcyclist during a deployment to Afghanistan we Martinez ABC news Washington in California the shooter at Saugus high school in Santa Clarita died Friday police say he shot himself after he shot his classmates killing two of them you're listening to ABC news okay a news time is nine oh to the prosecution rested yesterday and closing arguments in the murder trial Patrick phrase he are set for Monday with the rancher refusing to take the stand Chelsea Barrett's body and the bat the prosecution says killed her have never been found so the testimony from Patrick breezy's Idaho ex girlfriend and co conspirator is crucial that's in cooperation with cell phone evidence when asked on the stand Thursday if crystal Lee hadn't cooperated where with this investigation be the CB I lead investigator said I honestly don't know Carol McKinley for Kaylee news items county sheriff's office says it found the body of a man in case in concrete in the basement of an apartment building at seventy eight ninety nine York Street neighbors told fox thirty one there was always lots of activity at the home really don't know what's really happening.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Ukraine testified for six hours Friday behind closed doors to the house impeachment committee that he over heard a call between president trump and top American diplomat Gordon Sunland in a transcript obtained by CNN home says he heard that presidents Lynskey needed to make clear to president trump that president so Lynskey was not standing in the way of investigations ABC news has learned army lieutenant Clint Lawrence who was serving a nineteen year sentence at the U. S. military prison at Fort Leavenworth Kansas was released last night and reunited with family members that according to an advocate for his release he was granted clemency by president trump is convicted six years ago of second degree murder for ordering soldiers under his command in Afghanistan the opened fire and killed three men you're listening to ABC news okay away news time six oh two closing arguments in the murder trial of Patrick phrase here set for Monday more than seventy witnesses have testified so far and a bombshell dropped this week ABC's Carol McKinley as more defendants friend Joe Moore taking the stand Friday thing seven months before bear its disappearance freezy told him I figured out a way to kill her Moore says I told him to get that out of your head any kind of grinned and when nobody no crime right Kelsey birth body has never been found since she was last seen alive thanksgiving day last year a highlands ranch woman was sentenced to life in prison without the chance of parole yesterday for the death of her newborn baby Camille I singer Conrad admitted smothering her newborn for three minutes before throwing the baby over an eight foot fence the neighbor's dog found baby later that night Colorado environmental groups are laying out their agenda for the next legislative session you might be holding something they want to get rid of the big target this year plastics in particular styrofoam cups and single use container to take hundreds of years for those containers to break down any accounts with the public interest group Kohlberg says state lawmakers will also be asked to give local governments the ability to ban plastic items on the local level Denver is expected to consider a feat of plastic bags Jerry belt K. away new sever Broncos travel to Minnesota tomorrow after helping beat Cleveland in his debut quarterback Brandon Allen thinks he can play better it took me a few plays settle in I think settling in sooner and this next can be better for me as I missed a few throws and then I can make so kind of cleaning up the little things be be there for this week our coverage of tomorrow's game starts at seven thirty kickoff eleven two of the hottest teams in the mountain west me tonight up in fort Collins he is you hope to stop Air Force four game win streak while pushing its own streak to four straight wins college basketball gets underway tonight as C. U. takes on San Diego will have the tip off for you at eight o'clock our next news updates at six thirty I'm Chuck Clark on KO eight fifty AM and ninety four one of them voice of Colorado.

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"house impeachment committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"house impeachment committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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