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President, Trump And National Enquirer discussed on Sports X Radio

Sports X Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

President, Trump And National Enquirer discussed on Sports X Radio

"House. Democrats have launched a wide ranging investigation into President Trump correspondent mono Rajoub the scope of the probe is booking into everything from whether the president is benefiting financially from foreign interests as well as campaign contact with the Russians the firing then FBI director, James Colman and demanding documents from the head of the parent company of the National Enquirer and hush money to silence stories in two thousand sixteen about his alleged affairs with a porn star. And a former playboy playmate asked if he would cooperate Trump said all

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McCabe: Rosenstein brought up 25th Amendment

Bill Cunningham

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

McCabe: Rosenstein brought up 25th Amendment

"Now. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee Republican Lindsey Graham says they will investigate comments made by former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe in an interview with sixty minutes tonight. Mccabe says that he had a conversation with rod Rosenstein couple of years ago during which the deputy attorney general Rosenstein was concerned about President Trump and his capacity to govern it came. After the firing of former FBI director James Colman signed denies discussing the president's removal McCabe is now downplaying his own words. His spokesperson saying he never had extended discussions, but that he quote participated in a discussion that included a comment by Rosenstein regarding the twenty fifth amendment. Trump attacking him on Twitter saying McCabe is quote, a disgrace to the

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"james colman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hell. They are corrupt as hell. And it was talking about talking about any number of senior officials ranging various different departments as well because well, I had boiled down for that Nunez memo that day, thirty statements of fact that I called my thirty count indictment, and the funny thing is all these many months later as we are here in December. Well that thirty count indictment put together from that original Nunez memo. Still hold true. And as much as things have changed over the course of time, all the more things change, the more. They stay the same. I mean, sure we we no longer have Mr. Magoo as attorney general and ironically enough on a week that was highlighted by us, remembering our forty first president and attorney general who served under our forty first president has been nominated by President Trump today Bill bar, which given the way the land and the Senate almost certainly will be the next attorney general of the United States, but pretty much all the other things these despite the drama are still the same. You still have one James call. He of the inappropriately named and book that came out with many months ago, it should have been tall tales by James Comey would have been much more prepped. Anyway, he he's still out there. And after having been on four different occasions, a co conspirator in one of the greatest conspiracies, this country's ever seen something that made Watergate look small he's still out there, and he was has fine behind closed doors today and apparently stonewalling at the behest of as attorneys, which included well, one of the department of Justice officials, isn't that isn't that quite isn't that point given that? Oh, that's right. One of the co conspirators. Now, we're talking about on February second is still at the Justice department that being deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein. I wonder why I wonder why the Justice department is not wanting James Colman to talk shocking. Really? So that's still going on. Yeah. We still have oh, I don't know a lack of accountability with other folks to not just James Comey and rod Rosenstein, but now folks like Andrew McCabe, Sally Yates, they Neta all those various, you know, folks, and you have oh that's right brochure in his wife. They're still unaccounted for two and Bruce or you know, he he still goes ahead and hangs out of Justice as well. Again, the the more things change the more. They stay the same. Hey, it is Brian Mudd your south, Florida friend and for the great one, Mark Levin tonight. And I do a morning show. I host the morning rush WJ, no in West Palm Beach. Then I do the Brian Mudd show w IOT in Miami. I am a Fox News contributor in my spare time the known to do various different janitorial tasks. It's a tricky told him that borderline Djerma pope so not so much there. But it's always a pleasure to be here with you and to talk about truth, and there is a desperate need for more of that in this country. And also the accountability that goes along with troth because that's the real issue we have here, and as we have also received this week remember early in the week. We when we ended up having the Muller team that came out with the initial recommendations on what happened yet everybody in the media lose their Gord. I mean, this was going to be the big one, right? I mean plan and he cooperated. Oh, you know, what that means Trump Russia collusion in all of our dreams coming true. And of course, not here. We are in Friday. No, Trump Russia collusion. No evidence of anything new that came out of that whole deal. And oh, right. And so then we ended up getting earlier today. Confirmation that. And this just in Michael Cohen is liar. Which was a pretty good indication given that earlier this week. Under oath. He testified that he lied to congress under oath last year. So then you just have to decide. Okay. So when was it that he lied under oath last year before congress or now when he's potentially facing behind bars? But that apparently is not going to save is. But because Motors recommendation is not unlike the recommendation that Muller came out with was included a request for substantial jail time substantial jail time. So apparently, not looking good for Michael Cohen and the breaking news in pretty much real time that I was trying to disseminate just moments before airtime. Manafort, we heard that something was also going to happen with Manafort today. And apparently, we do have a filing that is taking place by the team on Paul Manafort. Now, what do we know based upon all of these various different things number one. There still is no evidence of any Trump Russia collusion. Purpose, Robert Muller and his team. To that. Yeah. They really must be getting close to the end because he is making recommendations and all these different witnesses that would have been with Donald Trump at the time in question. So yes, the the end apparently is near in this saga wherever it goes. And here's another one that's a little bit off the radar something that is even more absurd. In context, we are on the precipice of team mower and the seventeen angry Democrats as President Trump will put his thing. They're on the precipice of actually having spent more of our tax payer money as they are closing in the fifty million dollar, Mark. Then even that last little bit of information about the Moscow Trump Tower. Remember how that was going to really be set up with us sweet fifty million dollar penthouse for Putin and company. They're getting ready to to spend more on this probe that has revealed new Trump Russia collusion, then the alleged smoking gun that's anything but would have revealed and the dumbest thing running was the idea that somehow or another Donald Trump. Decided you know what? I run a ten billion dollar per year revenue enterprise known as the Trump organization personally and worth many billions of dollars. You know, what I need to do on a project whose total cost is two hundred and fifty million dollars. I need to set up a whole conspiracy to get myself elected under this whole Trump Russia collusion narrative. To set up that two hundred fifty million dollar project with the fifty million dollar penthouse that goes to Putin that makes all the sense of the world and one of the dumber things about all this. I was thinking as we were getting some of those details about the Trump Tower deal recently. In the grand scheme of things. I have been on the precipice of people that are far more than a impressive than myself my entire career, and in one of those encounters ended up having before he ever got into politics a lunch. We Donald Trump at Trump International in West Palm Beach and happened to see a little bit of what makes him tick. And definitely getting a deal done during the course of the lunch on a couple of different occasions. He ended up getting the phone call excused himself in the second time. He came back. He had a deal that was done, and it was for eighteen million dollars. It was some entertainer that never heard of which even if it were in the United States would not be on for me. Not exactly your go-to guy on pop culture. But anyway, some European entertainers not familiar with at some European resort. And he was so incredibly excited to get that deal done. Our remember thinking of the time that's kind of interesting and the grand scheme of everything that goes on. And you just come off the golf course he was having lunch here. He is with. His operation in dozens of countries around the world, and he is personally working on this eighteen million dollar exclusive deal for some entertainer. Okay. And it's kind of instructive ever since he became president. But what I get a huge huge laugh out of is the idea that somehow any random Thursday over lunch with me at Trump International. He ended up signing the deal that is only thirty two million dollars less significant than what Trump Russia collusion was supposed to be based on how stupid are we supposed to be how stupid are we supposed to be? So the more things change the more. They stay the same. No accountability for any of the co conspirators Democrats getting ready to take over the house. We've already been told today that all the investigations are going to come to an end. It was called a waste of time to actually hold any of these people accountable. Any of these people accountable that ended up falsifying the dossier ended up. Colluding with one another the department of Justice, the FBI to try to survey and successfully survey candidate, Trump, President-elect Trump and president of the United States. Donald trump. We continue to see that Hillary watch free. By the way. Is it an interesting how much time Bill and Hillary or spending together these days, I'm almost beginning to think they like each other. It's kind of weird just as an aside. So that still happens Komi still happens all these other people still happen. And again, we still have rod Rosenstein, Bruce or at the department of Justice and what? So there are a couple of things are important going forward here. First and foremost, if we don't have accountability. What will ever keep this from happening again? Nothing. And that's the the greatest risk going forward. Now, I'm here in south Florida. You remember because you probably know our supervisors of elections names, and you don't even know your own. But you probably remember the names Susan Booker sometimes called butcher because people didn't know how to pronounce your name nationally inputs Booker in Palm Beach county, and Brenda Snipes and Broward County, and if we don't have accountability there. What do we have? We're going to have more corruption. Well, thankfully, our outgoing governor Rick Scott has actually suspended and appointed somebody to go in there and figure out what the hell happened in Broward. And we actually might have accountability I supervisor of elections and Brown, which by the way, you should all. Thank our governor. Rick Scott, who's incoming US Senator junior Senator from Florida because he might actually save us from another one of these four to L election fiascoes in the future. But that's what what it's gonna take without accountability. Without people truly being held. According to the rule of law. According to Justice, it is a banana Republic, and it's just more of the same more design to sciences stories one side effects, and I encourage you, by the way to go..

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"james colman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Demeaned the confirmation process or was it the Democrats? I mean, even before the charges of rape came out. I'm even the variable Grassley opened his mouth, you had the Democrats interrupting you at Kamala Harris, interrupting you Cory Booker, interrupting incredible. And she can sit there with a straight face and say that and can dome that why because the Republicans are in power. Well, let's go back to twenty sixteen when we were in the general election, and there was a the moderator from Fox News. I forgot his day. Chris ES he asked. Donald Trump a very important question. You're running back governor Pence pledged on Sunday that he and you is words will absolutely accept the result of this election today. Your daughter Ivanka said the same thing. I want to ask you here on this stage tonight. Do you make the same absolutely, sir? Absolutely accept the result of this election. I will look at it at the time. I'm not looking at anything. Now. I look at it at the time and at the end of the campaign that the loser concedes to the winter not saying that you're necessarily going to be the loser or the winner. But the loser concedes to the winner. And that the country comes together in art for the good of the country. Are you saying you're not fair? I will tell you at the time. I'll keep you in suspense. Wow. Wow. Okay. I'll tell you what the time. And I remember that the media and the Democrats were appalled. Why? Because it was a foregone conclusion that Hillary Clinton was going to win the election, and really what Trump out there protests, and we don't want Trump out there, you know, leading the opposition after the election. This is the time when we come together, it's a peaceful transfer of power, right? Hillary Clinton was incensed at Donald Trump's Donald thinks things are not going in his direction. He claims whatever it is. It's rigged against him. The F B I conducted a year long investigation into my emails. They concluded. There was no case. He said the FBI was rigged. He lost the Iowa caucus. He lost the Wisconsin primary. He said the Republican primary was rigged against him. Then Trump university get sued for fraud and racketeering. He claims the court system and the federal judge is rigged against him. There was even a time when he didn't get an EMMY for his TV program three years in a row, and he started tweeting that the Emmys were rigged this. This is a mindset this is this is how Donald thanks, and it's funny. But it's also really troubling is funny. But it's really Trump everything she described. Everything she accused of Donald Trump up. She has done herself. She didn't lose the Russians. Are the reason why they lost? She didn't lose though. It was James Colman. The FBI is why she lost. Ever since that epic loss. All we have been hearing from the Democrats is resistance from the chance to the to the March is the women the very next day the women's marches to Maxine Waters, all resistance, all not accepting the results of the.

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"james colman" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on ESPN FC

"An Everton fan. So angry texting me in a fury over the way that played out. And then he's also in the fantasy soccer league that you chose to abandon because you're better than all the us that take part in it. He's an sane messages to the league message board just going off about the game. And I think the basis of his anger is something that I have referenced multiple times on this podcast, and it's one of the things about soccer that can be bothersome, and that is this idea of the, what's the word deserving team? Yeah, better team. I don't know exactly what the word is, but when I watched that game. Everton were incredibly unfortunate, not to have had a goal not to have had a lead at some point. Arsenal had done very little. Yeah, they didn't. I, I don't think any arsenal fan would walk away from that game saying, good job, fellas. Good. You know, good, three points. It's a good three points because one of the things in the sport that you have to be able to do is not play well and still find a way to win. And I think arsenal did that Everton. Here's the thing. Everton went and executed a game plan and it worked, but they don't have anybody to do that most crucial of things. Yup, which is to put the ball in the net, I know. And that's my mental conflict on this is that you know you can play well, but are you really playing well, if you're not doing the one thing that is more important than any other thing in this sport and that is finishing opportunities. Like, can you can you have had a good game, but not been able to finish any of these positive moves that you had, whereas arsenal didn't do much, but the one thing they could do is finish finishing is the most important thing that you can do. So that's my, that's my mental back and forth on this is like maybe are, I guess you have to say arsenal were deserving because they did the thing that you have to do. Number ten couldn't now Marco Silva went back and forth on this in terms of team selection. He's got to the point where which Tolson he just doesn't believe he's going to get him the goals. So he started Calvert Lewin now cover loom will give you the energy to do the pressing, which by the way arsenal playing out from the back. We'll we'll pack Everton for one second. Yeah, played into Everton's a game plan perfectly. And so it's going to be really frustrating to say when they look at the tape, we did everything right, except we couldn't score and that is going to be the story of their season. It could be a really, nah for straightening, long season for Everton finds unless they can address this January they have more midfielders than than ought to do with. They are reasonably well stocked. Aloi didn't think cart. Zuma did particularly well at centre half, but they're okay. They're. They've adequate replacement for someone like James Colman when he gets injured, but upfront, Darrow Barron. It's a wasteland and you saw it immediately. I mean, Calvert Lou and could have scored seconds into that game. But you know, check was good office line all day long. I thought, and I'll get to that a little bit later, but you're right. They, it just felt like time and time again, every time I looked up 'cause I'm playing with Jack. I'm trying to watch the game at the same time, and I felt like every time I was looking up Everton was doing something positive, but there was just no end product. And the final third, they were getting close one on one with the keeper, you know, but it was just it was just never there. And it's so it's so frustrating to watch that as a fan, or am I case is someone who just doesn't care for Arsenal? I don't care about Everton, but I don't. I wasn't rooting for arsenal. Certainly. It can be frustrating to watch games like that..

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"james colman" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on Caught Offside

"An Everton fan. So angry texting me in a fury over the way that played out. And then he's also in the fantasy soccer league that you chose to abandon because you're better than all the us that take part in it. He's an sane messages to the league message board just going off about the game. And I think the basis of his anger is something that I have referenced multiple times on this podcast, and it's one of the things about soccer that can be bothersome, and that is this idea of the, what's the word deserving team? Yeah, better team. I don't know exactly what the word is, but when I watched that game. Everton were incredibly unfortunate, not to have had a goal not to have had a lead at some point. Arsenal had done very little. Yeah, they didn't. I, I don't think any arsenal fan would walk away from that game saying, good job, fellas. Good. You know, good, three points. It's a good three points because one of the things in the sport that you have to be able to do is not play well and still find a way to win. And I think arsenal did that Everton. Here's the thing. Everton went and executed a game plan and it worked, but they don't have anybody to do that most crucial of things. Yup, which is to put the ball in the net, I know. And that's my mental conflict on this is that you know you can play well, but are you really playing well, if you're not doing the one thing that is more important than any other thing in this sport and that is finishing opportunities. Like, can you can you have had a good game, but not been able to finish any of these positive moves that you had, whereas arsenal didn't do much, but the one thing they could do is finish finishing is the most important thing that you can do. So that's my, that's my mental back and forth on this is like maybe are, I guess you have to say arsenal were deserving because they did the thing that you have to do. Number ten couldn't now Marco Silva went back and forth on this in terms of team selection. He's got to the point where which Tolson he just doesn't believe he's going to get him the goals. So he started Calvert Lewin now cover loom will give you the energy to do the pressing, which by the way arsenal playing out from the back. We'll we'll pack Everton for one second. Yeah, played into Everton's a game plan perfectly. And so it's going to be really frustrating to say when they look at the tape, we did everything right, except we couldn't score and that is going to be the story of their season. It could be a really, nah for straightening, long season for Everton finds unless they can address this January they have more midfielders than than ought to do with. They are reasonably well stocked. Aloi didn't think cart. Zuma did particularly well at centre half, but they're okay. They're. They've adequate replacement for someone like James Colman when he gets injured, but upfront, Darrow Barron. It's a wasteland and you saw it immediately. I mean, Calvert Lou and could have scored seconds into that game. But you know, check was good office line all day long. I thought, and I'll get to that a little bit later, but you're right. They, it just felt like time and time again, every time I looked up 'cause I'm playing with Jack. I'm trying to watch the game at the same time, and I felt like every time I was looking up Everton was doing something positive, but there was just no end product. And the final third, they were getting close one on one with the keeper, you know, but it was just it was just never there. And it's so it's so frustrating to watch that as a fan, or am I case is someone who just doesn't care for Arsenal? I don't care about Everton, but I don't. I wasn't rooting for arsenal. Certainly. It can be frustrating to watch games like that..

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"james colman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on KTOK

"Talk, radio I love doing talk radio obviously it's the, best job of my life I I. Know how lucky I am to do it but I'm also a fan of talk radio have been since I was a teenager, and one of, the things I love about talk radio is that the great hosts like Mark Levin. They're able to make. Concise and logical. Arguments that we, can then, use regurgitate, ourselves sometimes word for word he doesn't mind and by we I mean you know you and I on our Facebook pages or in our conversations with our, liberal, brother-in-law or, or the guy who sits in the cubicle two slots down from yeah you. Know the guys I'm talking about you, get into the arguments with them about politics and when you listen to Mark, Levin you're able to understand the arguments you can regurgitate, it in your own words but you can make a good case for Conservative principles or events of the day, and I was talking about the Mueller investigation I'm talking about how we have, learned, now, under James Colman Loretta Lynch, and Barack Obama exactly how. Amok the Justice department of. The, FBI was running during the two thousand. Sixteen, campaign in their failure to properly prosecute literally prosecute, the case against Hillary Clinton and in. Their unprecedented surveillance of the Trump campaign and and you'll always here a couple of arguments back to you when you try to, make that case, one of them as well that was the case they did a terrible job because. Trump won I mean. What do you. Make of that, and and, we gonna, why did they go after Hillary's emails on Weir's laptop right before the election if they were in the tank for Hillary what did they do that right, before, the election, all right well here's your answers and they're very important first of all I'm. On the first question there are two, answers to that and they're both valid and they're both correct the first is, just because somebody attempts to do something atrocious Attempts to do something unconstitutional attempts to, stop in election from going the way they they. Think it. Might, be going just because they attempted to. Monkey with the, election if I may use. That term and help Hillary Clinton get elected and stop Donald Trump from getting. Elected and they failed that doesn't mean it's not a problem Yes. They attempted to do it their intention was to hurt Trump their attention was to help Hillary the fact of the matter is Trump still one despite that, that doesn't negate the outrageous thing that happened but Secondly and I think even more. Importantly I remind you of one of the more infamous Peter Struck Tech's to his paramour Lisa page Ray when he was. Texting more than my teenage daughter does And one of the text messages when she said oh my God Trump's, gonna, win Trump's gonna win and. And you know he said, oh no we won't let it happen but remember, then he said That he wanted to follow up on that conversation they had an Andy's office that would be Andrew MacKay the deputy director of the FBI at the time whose wife was running as democrat in the state, of Virginia was funded, by Terry, mcauliffe's, super, Pac to the tune of. Like four hundred thousand dollars I want to follow up on that conversation we had an Andy's office for our insurance policy In the. Event you should die dot dot dot remember that The insurance policy and people oftentimes I think wilfully mis read that statement to suggest that the insurance policy was to keep. Trump from winning the election and it's quite the opposite you you don't get an insurance policy on your car, to keep yourself, from, getting in. An accident You don't get insurance policy on your life to keep. Yourself from dying you get an insurance policy if you do get in the car accident.

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"james colman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pricing coverage match limited by state law Now that's my turn right. Now as relative sorry about that okay The word you talking about Evan coffin he's a comedian. And he's part of this new program, not program show it isn't, it's a web. Series called dude today and it's part of fatherly. Which is awesome follow on Facebook if you haven't done it yet we're gonna talk to him about his journey on maybe. His his new baby is going to be chiming in. As well we're gonna get to that in just a little. Bit but right now it is. News time at three thirty one here's. Roger badesch sixty year old James Colman died after he and others parents, filed, packets, of heroin during federal drug bust on homes in Milwaukee Milwaukee police and other law enforcement agencies rated several homes as part of a bus targeting. Gang was Chicago connections that was moving kilograms of heroin in Milwaukee the day after tensions between police and community activists nearly boiled over, on the university of Virginia campus city of Charlottesville plans to Mark Sunday's anniversary, of deadly gathering of white supremacists with a. Rally against racial hatred but, one hundred fifteen miles away in Washington. The principal organizer. Of Last year's unite the, right, event, will hold a white civil rights rally police are preparing for large numbers of counter protesters an Indiana man claims a homeowner along Lake Michigan tried. To remove people from the beach despite an Indiana supreme court ruling allowing lakeshore access Tom king says he called the town's police about, last week's dispute the town marshal says a security guard left after a towns, police officer arrived we'll check sports traffic and. Weather next on WGN Hey Thomas Jefferson should supreme court justices be appointed for, life should the. Prestige kinder. To the president..

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"james colman" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Political bias at the president's been talking about has been repeatedly mentioned from this administration significantly though the report concludes there was quote no evidence that prosecutors were affected by bias it did say how ever the conduct of both page and struck quote so doubt about the fbi's work on the investigation nothing in this report impugns the integrity of our workforce as a whole or the fbi as an institution we're going to learn from this report and we're going to be better and stronger as a result the report also shines a spotlight on the actions of former fbi director james comey during the investigation while they found no evidence kony's actions were motivated by bias or by an effort to influence the two thousand sixteen election they still found his decision to not coordinate with his superiors of the justice department quote extraordinary and in subordinate in washington i'm menace it's twenty till america in the mornings jimbohannon continues the topic finally we have the inspector general's report from the department of justice and it certainly sheds shall we say some interesting light on a variety of subjects we're talking with frank buckley who is a professor of law at the scalia law school of george mason university located in fairfax virginia the northern suburbs of virginia in the national capital area certainly one person who does not come out well in this report would be former fbi director james colman your thoughts right the guy looks increasingly like a complete idiot i mean you know he's teaching a course in legal ethics at washington some law school in virginia william and mary what a joke that's going to be after all this i mean not only does he looked like a printing fool but is standard of ethics was held up ridiculed by the inspector general's report we are looking here at at a number of serious charges bias really involving.

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"james colman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on KOMO

"Strange facility away from their parents the average length of stay now at facilities just like this across the country is fifty two days as abc's tom yomas reporting justice department's inspector general delivers a stinging rebuke today to the fbi over his handling of the hilary clinton email investigation abc's aaron katersky has a story the justice department inspector general found no evidence the investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private email server was tainted by politics but it's new report criticized antitrump text messages exchanged by an fbi attorney and agent the report also called former director james colman in subordinate for how he publicized the clinton case and cited an error in judgment by former attorney general loretta lynch for her impromptu tarmac meeting with former president clinton even though the inspector general found no evidence the two discussed the email investigation aaron katersky abc news new york we'll president trump's longtime personal lawyer cooperate with federal prosecutors what would that mean for the president could well prosecute him which the president has no authority department manda factor komo news komo news time one twenty your propel insurance.

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Dot Nyc, York and Ernie discussed on The Cruz Show

The Cruz Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Dot Nyc, York and Ernie discussed on The Cruz Show

"Hi standard that usually relies on victim testimony victim advocates and former prosecutors say that can we traumatize underage victims and make it harder to win convictions because they may refuse to testify the justice department's internal watchdog is releasing its much anticipated report on the fbi's handling of the hilary clinton email investigation cnn shimon peres says the report will be highly critical of the then fbi director james colman other key parts of the report looked at commes decision to tell lawmakers just days before the november election that the fbi had reopened the clinton investigation dabbling is now legal for sports wagering in new jersey governor phil murphy who signed the legislation three weeks after the state supreme court victory even made a couple of bets at monmouth park to usher in the new era wabc news time twelve oh three right now traffic and bill evans with your forecast coming up next alexa just trolling facebook page of bernie and sit in the morning the comments make me happy wall comments like this is my new favorite show i used to listen to people with hair now i don't when did seventy seven wabc stop playing music these guys are famous don't wait to get this hot show into my skill set me up enable an open seventy seven w d c right now ernie and sit in the morning they are music to my digital years new york hubs are hosting meetings and local neighborhoods to find out what it's going to take to make us awful safer they want to know what we think so what will probably help is having policing neighborhoods be the same inserted communities for a while i think would help us feel more like okay we know this officer you know there's some sort of connection there's a communication i'm acknowledgement of each other people go to build a block dot nyc to find.

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"james colman" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"It's like it's like a woman being pregnant and you know you wanna we all go through it with that daughters and daughters in law you have to respect the wishes of the new parents to be in if it's whereas wished by the daughter say they don't want any announcement ave you should make any announcement of it i quite frankly do not know where the ruling giuliani's rudy giuliani's strategy is a good one a bad one mike gentle gentle lean towards it being good because his stuff has got to get out it's got to get out it's got to get out just like a time bomb ticking question is whose property is a time bomb going off i did not why i certainly wanted to see justice jeff sessions fired way back right now i think it would be bad timing giuliani is certainly advising trump don't go in that direction and giuliani's confident enough to feel that he would like to see the public if some kind of an explanation of what information as we all would i mean it's easy to jump to conclusions as got nothing is we're doing this year and a half i don't know for sure i don't know for sure if he doesn't complete his report doesn't filers report by september first midseptember he's doing a komi as giuliani said and that's in reference two former fbi director james colman who drew criticism for not recommending charges be brought against two thousand sixteen democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton remember her this is when she get now before the election combing was taking another look at the case and then closing the case days before americans cast their votes clinton at some of the supporters claim commies actions so was so close to election day they cost her the election i've been through his rationale listening to crock of you know what and his responsibilities the american public and i listen to those very carefully when he gave his explanations and i really don't i really don't buy into what the only thing i somewhat by the fact that komi wanted hillary to win this and he was forced to go through a lot of gyrations to defend them right up until almost election day and that cost that cost hillary very very substantially and was more why was more fire into the water then there was water thrown on the fire so.

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"james colman" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"This was a terrible situation what we're doing is what cleaning everything up it's so important what i'm doing is a service to this country and i did a great service to this country by firing james comey i did a great service to our country by firing james colman all right that was the president earlier today as he was going to his plane and he has a speech obviously long island today and obvious about ms thirteen and that of course earlier in the week was taken out of context the president is now the president is really finally taking on the deep state in every way imaginable tweet going on to say quoting james clapper trump should be happy the fbi was spying on his campaign he writes no james clapper i'm not happy spying on a campaign would be illegal and a scandal to boot now this is never happened in american history none of this has ever happened president's saying spy gate could be one of the biggest political scandals in history i would argue where all ready there or deep state spy gate you know he points out that it's clear they had their eyes and ears all over the trump campaign and then he points i'll look out things have turned around in the criminal deep state they go after phony collusion with russia a made up scam and they ended up getting caught in a major spyscandal the likes of which this country may never have seen before goes around comes around that certainly fits into what i said in january that this twenty eight team will be the year of the boomerang follow the money the spy was there early in the campaign and yet never reported collusion with russia because because there was no collusion he was only there to spy for political reasons and help crooked hillary win just like they did to bernie sanders who got duped nobody ever talks about what they did to bernie sanders how that was rigged donna brazil's words not mine the head of the dnc's words and if the person placed a very early into my campaign wasn't a spy was put there by the previous administration for political purposes you know how come such a seemingly massive amount of money was paid for services rendered many times higher than normal reports of over a million dollars now and then you could see the deep state in a deep state.

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"james colman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"It's a lot more likely that mueller is suffering from uber's because what he's doing in the process is he's opening legal exposure via the concept of equality under the law people are saying wait a minute plan you got you indicted plan for line supposedly fbi investigators we know cheryl mills and whom i deem both totally the i they didn't know anything about the berry server they communicated over you're saying that you can't lie to congress james colman probably light onto occasions we know clapper and brennan both did and when you go down we've already had seven people may fbi you know stroke mccabe page rebecca baker except that have either been reassigned retired or hired and so there's there's a lot out there and we're waiting for the inspector general but i think the jesus is really a lot of people in this country were convinced that hillary clinton was going to be president and for good reason that's what the polls told them so what we now see is criminal behavior are unethical behavior letter loretta lynch meeting with bill clinton on a tarmac to discuss a case under her purview involving this why probably they thought would be merited and that they would be warded for it in a third obama gas clinton term and then the unexpected happened and they thought the collusion was away of de legitimizing this out liar trump and what's happened is all it did was it increase the fury of of this backlash against this sort of mueller investigation that's well it's it's going to scooter libby patrick fitzgerald route now but it has shown uncovered that there were a lot of bad veins deceiving pfizer court unmasking names leaking into the press these all felonies and somebody's going to have to be held attributable and i think it's much more likely yet it's not donald trump the stress points are growing i'll continue the conversation about them with dr victor davis hanson it's.

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"james colman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The seven thirty news with joe bartlett okay michael senator john mccain urging his colleagues to vote against the nomination of gina hass bell as cia director mccain is upset by hassles role overseeing the use of torture in the aftermath of nine eleven she was questioned about that by senator kamala harris yesterday believe in hindsight that those techniques were immoral senator what i believe sitting here today is that i support the higher moral standard we have decided to hold ourselves to answer the question senator senator i think i've answered the question if not saying senator that's senators yes or no yes or no base speaking of senator john mccain in his new book he says he gave that controversial dossier about president trump former fbi director james colman roy mccain really firms the transaction in his book the restless wave he agreed to receive a copy of the dossier compiled by british intelligence he says the allegations were disturbing but he couldn't verify them and he did what any american who cares about our nation's security would have done did what any american who hates trump would have done did so it wasn't the democrats like you people charge it was a democrat police searching a recycling facility in queens for a newborn baby a twenty three year old woman admitted she threw her newborn in the garbage wayne gould hospital crazy the mother turned up at jamaica hospital complaining of stomach pains doctors realized she'd given birth she's now being questioned by police no charges jury deliberations could begin today at the corruption trial of former assembly speaker sheldon silver the defense rested yesterday silver did not take the stand accused of using his political influence to get four million dollars in illegal kickbacks he was convicted in his first trial but that was overturned because of a supreme court ruling that narrowed the definition of public corruption our news brought to you by rex real estate your two percent commission real estate agency and how 'bout this nbc universal releasing details of an internal investigation after.

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Giuliani: Comey was fired because he wouldn't say Trump "wasn't a target" of Russia probe

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Giuliani: Comey was fired because he wouldn't say Trump "wasn't a target" of Russia probe

"The white house today dealing with trump lawyer rudy giuliani's new explanation for the reason president trump fired then fbi director james comey because he refused to publicly say the president was not a target of the russia investigation that's the third explanation offered but press secretary sarah sanders brushed off questions about that this afternoon bottom line is he doesn't have to justify his decision the president has the authority to fire and hire and i think every single day we've seen that he made the right decision and firing james colman group behind the academy awards voting to expel bill cosby and director roman polanski from its membership the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences is citing its conduct standards and dealing with both men now convicted of sex crimes hundreds of small earthquakes in hawaii are shaking the eastern side of big island prompting concerns that kilowatt volcano could erupt the hawaiian volcano observatory has indicated that a volcanic eruption is quote possible not imminent i'm michael toscano twelve fifty tma wants to take you out to the ball game as we put on another fabulous charleston river dogs weeknights this saturday you can be joining w tma's charlie james high atop the joe in an air conditioned sweet to watch the dogs take on the lexington legends haven't seen the river dogs game until you've watched it from a sweet win he orange taking this week with charlie james in the tma morning show on charleston sweet talker twelve fifty w.

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"james colman" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Bret baier and james colman just looks worse and worse if you're a democrat you have to think at this point that james komi needs to be put to the side because he is not helping your case in the slightest over and over jim's combing made contentions last night that were just unsupportable so this one actually i believe is not on fox news he was he was asking how how positives on cnn he was asking how can trump supporters explained to their grandchildren that they traded the rule of law for tax cuts this is james comey doing his best virtues signaling on cnn then he meets bret baier and things go wildly wrong for him my question for the republican says so where is that where is that commitment to character and values and if if people have convinced themselves well we'll trade it temporarily for tax cutters supreme court justice as i say in the book that's a fool's bargain because those values are all that you have always been other supreme court justice always another tax bill you lose this exactly what are you again th the sort of language well they've traded rule of law for tax cuts have any republicans said that rule of law should helter there republicans who said they will vote for impeachment if robert mueller is fired jeff sessions has been standing for the rule of law i really believe that jeff sessions has said if you get rid of rod rosenstein i will leave to so i'll take off and none of this suggests that the republicans who abandoned rule of law but gyms komi identifies himself with rule of law and therefore he is the the only person that ought to be listened to obviously then he goes on bret baier and things go wildly wrong for him is this this this this whole perspective of james comas great law brenner goes completely by the wayside because it turns out james comey doesn't know basics about his about his own behavior right to james comey testified that he handed over material to a friend of his that was probably classified to hand out to media and he's asked about it by bret baier did you leak watch james comey futz around for an answer to the story of that briefing leaks out almost immediately after you do it cnn and others run the story of this unverified dossier did.

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"james colman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Let's get another look at bay area traffic here's joe mcconnell latest problem is reported on the central freeway northbound one zero one possibly near mission to boasts a crash in the left lane and also in fremont new problems south fremont boulevard north crash cars but moved to the shoulder in the typical slow traffic zone and highway four westbound at bay point a collision reported near willow pass with a motorcycle down might still be blocking the two left lanes it's now a sig joe mcconnell for kiki beatty thanks joe his report brought to you by alto pharmacy on the next fresh air my interview with former fbi director james colman which i just recorded i asked about how he seems to be sounding an alarm about the president we talked about the accusations komi used a double standard and making public the hillary clinton emails but not discussing russian interference in the election we talked about lots more join us you can hear what they discussed as we present the fresh air this afternoon at one and again this evening at seven we'll get a news update from npr now at seven forty two from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the british government says it'll cost millions of dollars and take months to decontaminate areas affected by the nerve agent attack on a former russian double agent and his daughter that took place in southern england larry miller reports from london britain's environmental department says the nerve agent was applied in liquid form to the front door of sergei scruples home and in the few hours before he and his daughter were found unconscious on an outdoor bench they left traces of the poison at multiple sites experts say the nerve agent won't ever vapid rate and only intense cleaning with caustic.

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"james colman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He's electric isn't he sixspeed eight of electricity that james komi nine point eight million people watched it last night that's pretty good by abc new standards but it failed to nab the number one spot a regular episode of sixty minutes beat the james komi interview last night again that's a sixty minutes is a monster man they always get numbers and they didn't didn't even come close to stormy daniels that right there were no porn stars on sixty minutes just a regular episode of sixty minutes beat the electric james komi interview and we said this last week i'm not one to tell you that i told you so i'm not one to gloat when i'm right but this guy is boring and there's a reason why he wasn't an any of the promos that abc was putting out there it was all stephanopoulos it's because he is boring and that interview last night was born i'm not sure again kind of like what we are discussing with the debates last night i did we learn anything new no i mean i i've heard a lot of opinion in there what what factual things did he talk about this may come as a shock but everything that we thought we knew about james comey was leaked by somebody else the only way you could have made this interview last night more entertaining is if you took james me out of it and replaced him with somebody else he said as this was happening at a flashback here early days as a prosecutor when i said that replaced james komi with reese bobby ricky bobby's dad maybe that interview becomes watchable ads and interview i tune into can we hear that one more time ari reese bobby this was happening at a flashback here early days as a prosecutor when i said that i'd watched that interview matt bear wouldn't you be more entertained by a sit down interview with ricky bobby's dad than james colman as yes anybody anybody james comey i would be fine with doing that interview although i didn't stay up and watch it but i'm gonna tell you what even as a guy who doesn't profess to be a huge trump guy i thought the whole thing was absolute crap just in the sense where everything was a possibility this was a possibility possibility he obstructed justice well there's a possibility i had a.

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"james colman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Dr you can respond to and create new email messages and they will be sent the next time you sink up to the internet there is a new feature to install android apps greater expansion of their capabilities you don't have to sell me on chromebooks because i i used to travel with a mac book air once i took a trip with the chromebook i never used the macbook air again because it was so much better a computer for being on the road the mac book and and it costs a fraction of the mac book so they are great computers i've never considered or even thought about the offline us i've retired for years ago from sixteen years working for two different companies supporting windows computers and i've had to clean viruses off a more computers than i can even think to mention and i also wanted to mention the chromebook security is such that mel wear infections are just about impossible to happen bruce i can't tell you how much i appreciate the additional information about chromebooks i think they are a great device very easy to use very cheap to buy they started about one hundred dollars and you can run them all the way up to two hundred and something if you really work at it but they are fantastic machines that go on the internet in four seconds or west typically and now you've given me the added information of offline us you're listening to the clark howard show the three things you need to know three orange county mayor to resolve is still searching for the driver that struck and killed a blind man's guide dog and kept on driving former fbi director james colman abc news interview calls president trump unethical and untethered to the truth is just a small example of the trash that we have in the fbi that out out i'm joe kelley host of orlando's morning news every morning news ninety six five wdbo is here to bring you news weather and traffic break down the day's top story and have washington watchdog jamie dupree's updates plus tom terry and ed torrence will have your weather and traffic every six minutes breaking news weather and traffic every morning starting at five am orlando's only all news morning show exclusively on news ninety six five.

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"james colman" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"james colman" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The ellen nathan show ahead right here on am fourteen ten k bnp who lacked candor in some of those responses depend that his firing was recommended by clear fbi officials because i give you boston doesn't suggest in fact his firing was or maybe justified his firing may be justified there's no way for us to know at this point but even though it may have been justified it can also be tainted and i think the president's badgering of the attorney general his urging that they'd be fired before his pension could vest and the fact that mccabe and every other of the james comey associates is general counsel baker his chief of staff right becky who corroborate james colman on the issue of potential destruction of justice every one of them has been targeted by the administration by the republicans in congress and is this because they corroborate james komi that's a question we also have to answer wow what a cerebral maladroit intellectually bereft academically impoverished ass wipe it is to whom you've just been listening what i sh muck unbelievable anyway heard an exchange on abc's this week with george stephanopoulos georgia's talking with congressman adam schiff democrat of the great state of california he again ranking member of the house select intelligence committee asking him if the inspector general that is to say michael horowitz the spectre general department of justice if the inspector general finding on mccabe and mccabe firing being recommended by fbi agents perhaps means.

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