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"james komeito" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"All those butterflies that people in LA were smashing with their cars when Ray. Shays. Was rough. So James Comey, it all started with a tweet from James Comey. He tweeted hashtag five jobs, I've had one grocery store clerk to vocal soloist for church, weddings, three chemist four strike replacement high school teacher. He's fucker. The fuck. Was that five FBI director interrupted ha? Sorry starring Angelina Jolie. Right. So. You know, fairly ordinary tweet relatable guy also to this was a thing that just trending on the internet. Yes. So by the way, hashtag five jobs, I've had jobs. I've had was not created by James Komeito was already trending and like a politician. Who you know, can't create his own content? He's just like here here, I me too me, too. Right. So Cunanan saw that. The tweet was actually a secret message because it contained five jobs. I've had actually contains the word five Gye jihad. So if you selectively here, look, yeah. Look at how this person marked up this tweet. So have you say five jobs? I've had yet they're using the J Jo jobs, I from I've than the had as jihad. Yes. Right. 'cause I've g ha. But there's skipping the first capital letter point because now and they're using, but they're using all three of the last word of three letters, but five is obviously a reference to the how he's going to do five different. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. I mean, they could have also selectively just circled were just as fibs, right? But you know what I so? So didn't have any of those jobs, so jihad. Okay. Okay. Then they looked down the list at the first letter in each name because the way that the FBI like to send messages as via across sticks. And is that what it's called, isn't that? What when you like spell something out the first letter I have. No. I didn't I love my mom. All right. Let's seems right right anyways. They saw that it was GV CSF. So grocery vocal soloist cameras strike. And they realized that was, obviously a reference to the grass. Valley charter school foundation, the fundraising arm of the California school in a small town of thirteen thousand and then they saw that on may eleventh, the grass valley charter school was set to have their blue marble jubilee which was a butterfly themed Earth Day fundraiser, again, that you just thing in the entire rate, it was to consist of egg carton painting and frolicking actually in the tech. Yeah. There will be frolic. We'll be like oh my God. And bins of bird seed for some reason, not only that Jack what time was the tweet so that so this is the one thing that I mean, obviously, this is this is Comi sending out a flair to his fellows, because it was posted at eight forty six am. Why is that significant? Wait. What that's the time the World Trade Center on nine right? Everybody knows that swine. We have a moment of. Silence. I can't even believe why ADA just circle selectively all these things, and to think that the whatever cryptic cryptography, the FBI would use or whatever this deal that go. It's that simple that you could just behind me like you. You were Jihadism. Yeah. I gotta tell the rest of people know this is what they do instead of getting high vis vis gets them high drug. So. Seeing this irrefutable evidence. The Cunanan community immediately began inundating the principal of that school with messages warning that he was going to face a terror attack on that day. That was actually a false flag orchestrated by the FBI to take away their guns, and it became so just very Linton like angry that the school had to cancel the event. God damn not. Because they thought there was an actual attack coming, but because they were queuing on believers would show up and do something terrible to be weird around their kids. Right. I don't look at them. But yeah, that ended up selling for the students because the school was set to raise about fifteen thousand dollars for the charity and recoup thousands more that they'd spent to plan and put on the event and instead KUA on manage to make a public school like lose fifteen thousand dollars basically and also spiked the football like they're the fucking here. Right. So. All right. You're welcome, right? Essentially, no..

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"james komeito" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Let's talk much about Cunanan queuing honors your because they ruined a children's butterfly fundraiser, which I keep saying that, like it's a thing, the sweetest sounding earth children. Butterfly fundraise. What is humor than that? Those three words are that are already on their own una -fensive when And when you. you combine them it creates a trifecta of, of loving, love Loveliness just innocence. Yes, per shirt, fly. Five hundred hundred as or for the local schools, by the way. So not a fundraiser for that are owned by kids. Right. Yes. All those butterflies people in LA were smashing with their cars when she's those That was rough. rough. So James Comey, it all started with a tweet from James Comey. He tweeted hashtag five jobs, I've had one grocery store clerk to vocal soloist for church, weddings, three chemist four strike replacement high school teacher. Fucker fuck. Was that five FBI director interrupted? Soaring starring Angelina Jolie. Right. So. You know, fairly ordinary tweet relatable, also to this thing is trending on the internet. Yes. So the way hashtag five jobs, I've had jobs. I've had was not created by James Komeito was already trending and lake a politician. Who you know Jay his own content. He's just like here, I me to me to write it so queuing on so that the tweet was actually a secret message because it contained five jobs. I've had actually contains the word five Gye hod jihad. So you selectively here look. Yeah. Look at how this person marked up this tweet. So have you say five jobs? I've had yet they're using the jam Jo jobs. I from I've than the had as jihad. Yes. Right. Because I've g hud's but there's skipping the first capital letter because, now they're using they're using all three of the last word of three letters, but five is obviously a reference to the how he's going to do five different. Okay. Okay. I'm so they could have also selectively just circled we're just as fibs, right? But you know what? Yeah, so, so I didn't have any of those jobs, so jihad. Okay, okay. Then they looked down the list at the first letter in each name because the way that the FBI CIA like to send messages as via across sticks. And is that what it's called, isn't that? What when you like spell something out the first letter. No. I didn't I love my mom. All right. Let's seems right right anyways. They saw that it was GV CSF, so grocery vocalist cameras strike. And they realized that was, obviously a reference to the grass valley charter school foundation, the fundraising arm of the California school in a small town of thirteen thousand and then they saw that on may eleventh, the grass valley charter school was set to have their blue marble jubilee which was a butterfly themed Earth Day fundraiser again that you us thing in the entire rate. It was to consist of eg curtain painting and frolicking actually in the tech. Yeah. There like be frolicking. We'll be like oh my God. And bins of bird seed for some reason, not only that Jack what time was the tweet so that so this is the one thing that I mean, obviously, this is this is Comi sending out a flair to his fellows, because it was posted at eight forty six am. Why is that significant? Wait. What that's the time the World Trade Center on nine right? Everybody knows that swine. We have a moment of. Silence. I can't even believe why ADA just circle selectively all these things, and to think that the whatever cryptic cryptography the FBI would use or whatever this go. It's that simple that you could just be high like you. You were Jihadism. Yeah. I gotta tell the rest of the people know this is what they do. Instead of getting this, this gets them high drug. So seeing this irrefutable evidence. The Cunanan community immediately began inundating the principal of that school with messages warning that he was going to face a terror attack on that day. That was actually a false flag orchestrated by the FBI to take away their guns, and it became so just very lint. And like angry that the school had to cancel the.

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"james komeito" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rush Limbaugh, ladies and gentlemen, Mark Stein. Hey terrific to be with you. Rush has to be out for today. Don't worry. It's not the twelve guest of Christmas. He will be back tomorrow today. Kiev through the end of the week with the real the best. The best thing is the best in the business. Thirty years now, Rush Limbaugh all American excellence in broadcasting right through the end of the week. He will be back tomorrow. In the meantime, sinister foreign guest host Mark Stein, honored and thrilled to be with you from ice station, e I be just. Twenty minutes or so shy of the Quebec Boorda if you happen to be fleeing the country do drop by and say Hello. You can't miss this. There's a big sign on the highway saying last rush guest host before the border, Mr. Snerdley is ways down south and Mike, and Greg if you're calling to get food to the show today, I believe Greg is the guy who will be speaking to you. So if if the call screener is less abusive than usual, that's because Mr. Snerdley is not on the phone today. And Greg we'll be answering the phone and Mike is ensuring that. My Christmas album doesn't get into high rotation and restrict strictly with the Mannheim steamroller and we'd love your calls, especially if you're a liberal. I would love to know the defense. Yeah. I'll give you a small example, this judge who's supposed to be addressing the Flynn situation where he's ordered order. That's what judges do. They issue orders before the issue that final decision as the case chugs along. They issue orders. He ordered the FBI to file the whatever it was the free won the three zero two the three. Oh, I don't care. It shouldn't be anything. It should be abolished. But whatever it is the FBI form of the interview with general thing because they don't have recording. Every everything else is the only way, you know, anything is happened is big syke these shootings at Christmas. Markets say the guy's going crazy when they ride the automobile onto the sidewalk and stop mowing down people, and and the official explanation where do you watch the television you read the newspapers they say police remain baffled as to the motive. And it's only because there's some guy there with a cell phone camera who records the guy guy llahu Akbar that you not. What exactly he's got on every other aspect of life is recorded bow. Everything everything you do everything you do is recorded except interviews with the FBI. Funny that isn't it? So this judge says, I know you don't recall it anything, but maybe you could provide this FBI three oh to the nice little Seventy-three-year-old FBI stenographer types up from the agents notes and send that log. He didn't ask them. He ordered the message called a judge's order, and he ordered Mahler and he wanted also the underlying notes to the FBI's interview. And oddly enough, the prosecutor Mullah did not attach them to his reply. He defied a judge's order. This Malla guy is defying judge's orders. Why on the liberals upset about that? Don't they believe in the rule of law? What's up with that? So if you're a liberal, I would love to hear from you. I would love to have a defense of what's going on here. One eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two. Meanwhile, what is in that order the bitch. They did include including McCabe memo. Of his conversation. Scheduling the meeting with Flynn, which I believe is attachment. A of this thing is actually quite shocking and disgraceful. In what it reveals about how they they? They intended to lead him to believe it was an informal chitchat. No different from, you know, inviting popadopoulos to a drink with the Australian High Commissioner in London very interesting this can treatment right to the beginning. And I. In the sense. I don't want to this. Well, I'll I'll tell I'll say two things. This is why Trump needs to push ahead on the wall. The wall is everything to this president. That's why he was elected immigration was the issue in which he was elected. And so it's important to demonstrate that he's not going to be stopped by this. What's going on here? And in that sense. The more Malla goes down this path the more the president actually has to fulfill his agenda to demonstrate that it's still worth electing someone that the deep state love because it is possible to pursue your agenda in the teeth of what the deep state is trying to trying to do to you. But it, but there's no doubt, you know. For example, general general Flynn. One of the interesting things about him because he's a military, man. And you think of the FBI's like some kind of something to do with domestic policing and the US military, and they're therefore overseas spending thanked the FBI is in a zillion different countries. These days and the FBI and the military worked together in all kinds of ways, for example, when I went to get more. There was a great long line of people in the reception area. When we got there and host said, this is the airforce guy, and this is the army guy, and this is the navy guy. And he went all the way down line. This is the FBI guy. So there was an FBI guy that and then he went on down the line. I think the last guy was the pastry chef they fly in for the Ramdan pastries every random. That's how the joke. They have a great grandma. Well, they did. Then when I went, I don't know maybe they've been budget cuts. Maybe this is part of the fourteen percent of discretionary spending that the people's representatives. Still have control. I've and the Ramadan pastry chef has lost his high paying job get Mon has been forced to take a job at the Ritz Carlton or something. But in any way, they had all the the army the marines the ad for the mobile, and they had an FBI guy that some Flynn general Flynn has been used to meeting FBI guys talking to FBI guys. Having a drink sharing information with FBI guys virtually his entire career because senior military guys liaise with senior FBI guys. So that's the basis on which he thinks that he's having a chat with pitas struck at the White House. And in fact, he's being interviewed. In a in a craze. I judicial contact. Well, actually, it is a judicial context because if if if what you say there is a crime that actually is the same is potentially a crime. That's actually the same as being in the witness stand in in a courtroom. And so therefore when you listen to McCabe in Komi Komi joking about it on television, but McCabe explaining that and telling Flynn that he didn't want anybody else in the meeting like the White House counsel, San otherwise, you wouldn't be able to do this. If you pulled some guy over if you're if you're like a patrol officer. You're driving your cruiser, and you pull some guy over and you take him into the precinct house. You wouldn't be able to do to the guy. You've pulled over what these guys did to Flynn. Where you talk him out of you talk. You told the guy out of having a lawyer that. And so the whole thing is that he was led to believe it was a sort of relaxed, and jocular relaxed and jocular occasion, and it ruined his life. It ruined his life. And and again, I'm tired of these sort of silly little the the sophistry of legal analysis here at a certain point the rule of law is not the rule of law. If it degenerates into the rule of procedural ISM. It becomes something else in free societies lawyers and judges live in the same reality the rest of us inhabits. And so this judge knows exactly why Flynn. Has pleaded guilty. Not because he believes he's guilty or doesn't believe he's guilty or because his guilt or innocence. Has anything to do with it one way or the other he's pleading guilty because he's broke and his life has been destroyed because that Swanton Malla did to him. And and so the whole question when you attract, and you might get by you might live your life and never attract the attention of federal Justice, quote, unquote. But if you do this is what this is the way it goes, they you'll be like snort stormy Daniels code into Michael avenue anti grievances. Michael Abernathy, Michael avenue, anti sued Trump for defamation without telling storming, and it was a meritless case. Obviously, it was a meritless case for stop. You have to have a reputation in order to sue for defamation. And opponents, nah has rather high hurdle to climb on that front than Mother Teresa does. So. Prudent lawyer would not would advise who wanted his client to succeed in court would try to find something other than defamation. There's a there was a famous case where Bob Guccione penthouse sued Larry Flint of hustler. And that's it's largely from that case that the concept of the liable proof plaintiff derives well upon session be suing her reputation someone who is paid money to engage with sex with men on camera has a difficult hurdle to climb on that. So the case was star sat and she got stuck with three hundred thousand dollars bills for the for the Trump, lawyers, and she's now having to try and raise money to pay for that. What we don't know. We know that we know that because she's known and people are interested in porn sites in the paper. But it's happening to people who have Justice few resources everywhere all over the country. It happened to Flynn Flynn serve twenty minutes as national security adviser, and it cost him everything. He built up in a lifetime of service, and meanwhile, James Komeito out on TV and plugging his book, this is sick. This is this is the sign of a Debord degraded degenerate society, there is nothing that Michael Flynn dead that has been worth destroying his life. And I let me let me put another thought too. When it leads to men who have committed no crime agreeing to tell you they've committed a crime in order because you've ruined their lives, and they've got thirty seven dollars and forty two cents left in there. Checking account, and they don't wanna lose the last thirty seven dollars and forty two cents. And that's why they pleading guilty. You've not only destroyed Flynn you've destroyed Justice because guilt or innocence me nothing Hilton. The federal system means no more than okay, I'm screwed. What does it take to get me partially unscrew? That's it. No guilt. No innocence. This is the land of the settlement. I never spun way. If you sue me, I never settle his I'm old fashioned guilty innocent innocent guilty only to verdicts. I'm binary on that to go back to what we were talking about. I like a binary Justice system healty not guilty. We don't have this. Now, we have all these transitioning Mackey transitioning identities of settlement and partial settlement and agreed settlement and out of court settlement and stipulated this and stipulated that so nobody knows anymore. Healton innocence a meaningless, and when you persuade when you. Robert Muller beggar agai, so that he's willing to plead guilty even though he's not guilty. You haven't just destroyed him. You've destroyed Justice. That's what you've done marks. From us. Your calls still to come..

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"james komeito" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on KCRW

"Retired US navy commander Donlon is one of many remembering the seven December seventh nineteen forty one attack on Pearl Harbor on the seventy seventh anniversary of that event. He was alone on an anchored military seaplane in the middle of a bay across the island from Pearl Harbor when Japanese warplanes started striking. Why is he playing was eventually hit forcing him to swim through burning fuel to escape today. Long participated in a ceremony from his home in northern California. In fact in Napa. Crews have been busy cleaning up after yesterday's storm that brought record rainfall to Los Angeles snowfall to northern elevations snarled traffic and force evacuations as debris flows hit areas burned by wildfires. Evacuation. Orders were either lifted or downgraded in Orange County and Riverside County today as the storm moved out of the area. There were no reported injuries associated with the mudslide or debris flows. Still are keeping a word I on fire scarred hillsides in southern California. After that storm brought funny and prompted evacuation orders for hundreds of homes. Evacuation orders were lifted this morning for two Buchanan in Orange County for several neighborhoods in the lake Elsinore area in Riverside County. Other Elsinore areas had the mandatory evacuations down crowded downgraded to voluntary evacuation warnings. As the storm eased. Here's kind of a big one US border patrol arrest on the Mexican border jumped seventy eight percent in November from a year earlier to the highest level in Donald Trump's presidency with families and children accounting for a majority for a third straight month. The agency made nearly. Fifty two thousand arrests the fourth straight month-to-month increase for the twenty-five thousand arrests were involved people who came as families nearly four times the same period as last year. It's one fifty three. Thank you very much. Eric had this is Madeleine brand we are still experiencing technical difficulties with all of our computers. And so we are coming back at you live all are recorded segments. Not available and happily. We were able to get Josh barrow back on the line. He joins us now. Hi, josh. I'm john. And there is some breaking news. And that is the sentencing recommendation for Michael Cohen has just come out. I don't know if you've had a chance to read it yet there. I've had it tends to be part of it. Yeah. Came out just a few minutes ago recommending substantial prison time. So this does not look good for Michael Cohen. Is that a surprise? It doesn't look right. I don't think this is terribly surprising. It's pretty close to what I can white at the attorney with my host all the president's lawyers on Wednesday on KCRW predicted. We would see in this memo that the sentencing range guideline code is supposed to get somewhere between fifty one and sixty three months in prison. So like four or five years, and they recommend a modest downwards area. That rakes say they want to get you know, like something a little bit less than four years in prison. And that's giving him a little bit of credit for the cooperation that he is so easily engaged it with prosecutors over the last few months, but they sort of denigrate the cop cooperation that he's done. They don't that. He didn't have a formal cooperation agreement he's not cooperating witness typically chose not to be cooperating with us, and they say he's somewhat overstated the extent of his efforts to cooperate with the government. So it's. You know, he's not the savior. They sort of made himself out to be don't react for no jail time at all. But they did say was at least a little bit helpful. That's interesting also saying that they're saying he lied in his sentencing submission by saying he had turned over relevant records Swiss account when in fact, he had not. So as you say perhaps not being as forthcoming as he had lately made himself out to be. So what happens now? Well, so the sentencing is supposed to be next week. And so, you know, he's pleaded guilty. So they he ought to be. This is not like a situation where he's been convicted when they're going to be killed thereafter, retired Stanford prison. So my expectation is that Michael code will be going to prison pretty soon. There's also the matter of this other guilty plea that he entered with the special counsel. So this is a prosecution by the US district York. There's a separate guilty plea for which you will have to separately be sentenced at some point of the future at Washington and anything in this. As you've read it so far, which talks about Cohen, President Trump and the Russian election whether or not they colluded with Russian authorities to influence the election. That's not in here. Now that could conceivably something something that is dealt with by the special counsel aspect of the prosecution Michael Cohen. But here the the really the part of this that is related to Donald Trump has to do principally with the issue of this illegal campaign contribution, the payment to stormy Daniels to buy her silence. So she wouldn't talk about their affair during the twenty sixteen election. So there's a fair bit that is laid out here in terms of his dishonesty excuse me in terms of his cooperation with the president met with other officials from the campaign for the Trump organization to conceal back payment. But this is not really so much about the core. Russia collusion aspect of this. Okay. So right before this happened seconds before James Comey emerged from his closed door hearing to talk about what he talked about with the house oversight and judiciary committee's. And basically he seemed really frustrated by saying they only wanted to talk largely talk about Hillary Clinton's emails. What do you make about? Yeah. Well, I mean, I think that you know, this was sort of an eleventh hour effort by Republicans. They really wanted to bring in James Komeito to put him through this process before they would lose their majority in the house of representatives have been fighting for a while the requirement that he would have would even appear in this close close session. Then there was a switch their work, homey. Agreed that he would testify. I don't I don't know what deal was made behind the scenes, but there are a lot of things that you can't really talk about. There are accurate investigations that could be jeopardized by Komi making statements to congress about than that includes a lot of the activities the special counsel. So it was a close action. We will eventually get to see a transcript of what was discussed there tomorrow, actually. Yeah. Yeah. So I think we'll we'll know more about my guess is that it was probably not a very substantive conversation. Republicans have said that they're going to have him back again in two weeks. They only have the congressional juries for about four more weeks. So I think we'll be another one of these sessions is one of these hearings where they started, you know, close to mid day in Washington, but it's Friday and the members had flights to get on. And they had to break it before o'clock hour didn't get to talk with him about long. Okay. Josh thank you so much for pinch hitting in our technical emerge. Great. Josh. Host of left right and center, you can hear more of him at three o'clock this afternoon. That's it for our program produced by Sarah.

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"james komeito" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"False political. Narrative mister car doesn't want to participate in that what he'd like to do is to answer all the questions at the committee's may have. But do it publicly that is David Kelly. He's James Komeito attorney. He wants to have the opportunity to testify public. There you go. So James Comey's fighting the subpoena. And there was an oral argument on Mr. commes motion to quash, I told you we had senior legal analyst, I'm on the show. I James Comey filed what's knows a motion to quash the subpoena was a hearing this afternoon. I got my eye on it. So we'll do that portion of senior legal analyst time, but there's always more than one senior legal analyst segment d I don't know what seems to be following this went in the news Benedict. Donald lost another one in court today when another federal district court judge said, no you can't punish these sanctuary cities. And so that may not merit a whole lot of time. I'll grant you that. But I just wanted to catalog yet another loss in federal court, please remember he's doing a heck of a job stocking. The federal. Courts with his own judges. And now we're starting to see if you turn on him. But we've got that senior legal analyst segment, and of course, Paul Manafort. We can't forget him Robert Mueller, the special counsel seems to be really really mad. Robert, I can't blame him. He's really angry. And he's leading it be known that he's not ruling out putting Paul Manafort on trial again for more charges, and that's to me that's a sign of a prosecutor who's angry. And so I mean, he's already got Paul. He he can put Paul Manafort in prison for the rest of his life right now, I'm quite confident without any further real legal proceedings other than sentencing, and, but but when when he's you know, it's kind of like piling on in the NFL. You guys are ready tackled. You know, don't jump on him. Right. But it looks like a little bit like piling on here, which tells me that Robert Muller and his team are just a wee bit peeved at Paul Manafort, and they may be punishing him with the legal system, which you're not supposed to do. But, but I want to get started with the non legal problems, meaning the political problems that Benedict Donald has for himself because of what happened yesterday, please. Remember what Michael Cohen did yesterday to me, and maybe you can criticise me for getting back in the prediction business here. But this one to me feels like the beginning of the end of Benedict Donald presidency. And I yesterday I said he needs to resign. And one of the reasons I was saying yesterday, and I continue to agree with myself. He needs to resign. And the reason for that is the political implications of what happened yesterday. What Michael Cohen revealed yesterday was that while Benedict Donald was running for president for so many months. He was openly. We played you the montages yesterday openly actively denying it anything to do with Russian nothing at all. And those were all lies, but the political implications of much more. Think about this into June of two thousand sixteen when he was clinching the Republican nomination and getting ready for the convention Benedict. Donald was spill chasing this project. That means that he had a conflict of interest. He's got a massive conflict of interest on the one end. He's lying things. Got nothing to do with Putin on the other hand, he's chasing. Putin have is Trump Tower Moscow project that creates a conflict of interest whose interests all react is he acting on behalf of his Yankee on behalf of our interests. Or is he acting on behalf of his own personal business interests. This is why George Washington Thomas Jefferson and the boys put in that emoluments clause. We've heard so much about it was for this situation. It was to prevent the exact kinds of conflicts of interest that Benedict Donald has he was chasing Putin. That's why during the campaign never said a bad thing about Putin because he needed Putin to give oh by the. Way. Not only did he need Putin for the Trump Tower deal. He need a boon for the financing the financing of Trump Tower Moscow is supposed to be through a Putin aligned Bank. Oh that sanctioned by the United States government and so- Benedict. Donald put himself in a very very conflict of interest tough spot by doing business with Putin with a sanction Bank to get financing for a building. He said he wasn't building or had no interest in and it wasn't didn't exist that gave Putin leverage over Benedict. Donald that created blackmail, not only was Benedict on lying to all of us. And you know, we knew that, but it gave Putin leverage because boon to say, hey, I know that you're trying to do this deal. I'm helping you arrange it, and you're going around telling everybody that you have any deals going on. What if I let it be known? You do it's by by Benedict Donald presidential campaign. That's leverage. Donald you do what I want you to do so Benedict. Dial from a political perspective has it was running afoul of the emoluments clause even during the campaign because he was lying saying he had nothing. Going on and that created a conflict of interest and leverage for blackmail. However. Let's remember that Benedict Donald's biggest banker is Deutsche Bank in Germany, right? And Deutsche Bank is really smelly. And they've got lots of ties to Putin. So my question is aside from who's going to jail. My question's always is going to jail question is who's going to jail. My question is what does Putin have over Trump? Now, what does Putin have over Trump now? And it's gotta be financial. It's gotta be through the Deutsche Bank. Why would Benedict I'll be getting over three hundred million dollars from Deutsche Bank? If Putin and Putin's allies didn't tell Deutsche Bank, you're going to do business with this guy. And by the way, Deutsche Bank is already been found out and fine for laundering money for the Russians. Hello laundering money for the Russians. Sounds to me like what Benedict Donald was doing? But, but let's talk about the the non legal implications of all this. Because remember the Republican party platform was changed at the Republican convention. In Cleveland in two thousand sixteen members change it was it was really tough on Putin for his adventurism in Ukraine, and then it was changed. And all of a sudden it was much more softened. Well that happened right around the time Benedict Donald was chasing Putin. They get is Trump Tower deal. This is the kind of conflict of interest you see in this situation. Which is why we have the emoluments clause aright. Come january. The Democrats will have congress the house of representatives. That is pardon me because I don't want to use. When people say conversely me now represents congress has actually both houses. Anyway, the Democrats will have the house and they are going to investigate Benedict. Donald you'd only all we don't even know the depth. They are going to be investigating. It's gonna make Benghazi in Hillary's emails. Look like nothing. The Democrats are going to go after the money. They're going to go after the money nine different ways. And they've got a lot of material to work with in January of two thousand sixteen Michael calling President Trump's fixer and personal attorney emailed Vladimir Putin's press secretary looking for help to start the Trump Tower Moscow project that you played Email tag over the next few days. And eventually they got in touch a week after calling. I reach out Felix sater's called in saying quote about Putin. They called today, then we jump ahead to mart when George pop. Topless here. Remember this guy, the Trump team, call them coffee. Boy, he now London-based professor in Italy specifically about Russian government connections. Just a few days later Russian hackers stole Hillary Clinton campaign chairman, John Podesta's emails and just days later after that popadopoulos met Trump and Jeff Sessions, and he's suggested reaching out to guess who Vladimir Putin then in April of twenty sixteen Jeff Sessions net with the Russian ambassador a meeting he would neglect to later. Mention in a Senate hearing a few days later Russian lawmaker Alexander torsion net. Donald Trump junior at an NRA dinner in Kentucky on may nineteenth. Paul Manafort became the chairman of the Trump campaign, not just along tier and on June, ninth Donald Trump junior and Paul Manafort along with Jared Kushner met with Russians in that infamous Trump Tower meeting, you know, the one. With a promise to get dirt on Hillary Clinton. That is Stephanie rule, and she did a magnificent job putting the time line together. And this is what Adam Schiff and all the other Democrats in the house once they start investigating like I said, we're talking about the political implications here they're going to take that time line that Stephanie rule just shared with us. They're going to take that time line and use it as a starting point. Just a starting point group Manafort, offering a Russian oligarch quote private briefings on the campaign in July, and then two weeks later Jeff Sessions Carter page and other Trump officials net with the Russian ambassador at the Republican national convention, just before the Republican party platform was changed to weaken the US stance on Russia's annexation of Crimea. Remember the sanctions the United States put on Russia after Crimea was annexed crippled their economy and their economy remains. Stressed and under duress since those sanctions were put in place Putin. He wanted them lifted. Donald Trump course, then won the Republican nomination. Again. Stephanie rule we do thank MSNBC for these clips and just imagine what Democrats in the house are going to do with this time timeline, and with these facts and with Manafort right say, oh, we're going to change the platform, and they're going to be calling witnesses. I don't know if they can get Manafort that'll be kinda interesting get him in there from jail. Well, the the the non legal fallout. It's so serious here. I have a sneaky suspicion that we are at the beginning of the end of the Benedict Donald presidency, and let me show you why. Because I'm really I'm developing this year. So far we've been talking about the business deals Trump Tower Moscow, the sanction V TV Bank. That would have provided the financing in violation of American law. Right. And thank you in any event Benedict. Don creed this conflict of interest. He had he gave Putin all this leverage aright. That doesn't talk anything about the emails and the pilfering of Hillary's emails and John Podesta and leaking them weaponising them by giving them over to Julian Assange, WikiLeaks aren't so the question is is there a link between all that collusion e stuff and the business stuff. Prosecutors have been looking at whether Roger stone or anyone else.

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"james komeito" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Purpose of your calls to mr komi on march thirtieth and april eleven this is when kumi the liar kumi who now has many things that are called into question komi who himself leaked to the media and has admitted to it by the way and then said that he lied this to the media memos that it turns out later some of which are classified and he he claims that they belong to him they weren't there fbi government memos he even admitted that he leaked this to the media to try to prompt a special counsel remember this is the same james comey who didn't want a special counsel on hillary clinton's emails he wrote that in his book so we can't even base anything off of columbia komi has zero credibility no komi says that trump called him twice to ask to say publicly that the fbi that he was not under investigation so now again there are so many questions here that kind of imply wrongdoing when actually in this case if trump would have asked james komi to say trump is not under investigation something that is the truth and that james komi actually told him so what would be wrong with that that's the that's the point of this that nobody is asking there saying well would you call james komeda asked to say two for james komeito say that you're not under investigation remember first of all there's nothing wrong with that second the cloud of the claim of an investigation clearly has hampered trump's ability to govern in fact actually it became it has become within itself in national security problem do you know that there were reports even here in israel just as an example when all this dossier business i broke there were claims that even israel in the.

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"james komeito" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Was it was meant to harass embarrassed but let me just tell you not this is a very interesting exchange because first of all the characterization that kellyanne conway melted down is ridiculous that wasn't a meltdown kellyanne is tough and she is direct and she's in your face and she doesn't pull any punches and she wanted to defend herself against what she felt was an unfair attack i'm not a cnn fan i can't handle sheehan i don't watch much cnn cnn has become the antitrump network you know that if you listen to me however i have to say i don't think that was an unfair question and when i was talking to my buddy mark davis from six sixty a and the answer this morning in dallas about it mark defended kellyanne and said that question should have been off limits and i i kind of chuckled and i said well wait a minute we didn't think james komeito wife should be off limits when it was revealed the james comb his wife and daughters were marching in the women's march we didn't think the jim commes wife was off limits when she gave the interview that said that she wished hillary clinton had won there were saying look at that look at jim kobe's wife is a hillary supporter and she's marching in the women's march we didn't we didn't seem to think spouses were off limits then it does seem peculiar to me an intriguing the kellyanne conway's husband would post negative things about president trump the guy she works for i think that's peculiar frankly i don't get it i don't i don't understand why he would do that maybe he feels strongly about it maybe he just doesn't like the president and you could hear from kellyanne answer you know not out every couple agrees but i believe in consistency and i believe in being fair and i don't think it's fair to suggest the dan bash from cnn was somehow hitting below the belt and being wildly unfair to kellyanne conway i don't agree with that assessment at all any more than i disagree with the assessment the kellyanne melted down because she obviously didn't it was just an intriguing.

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"james komeito" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Okay so get it now the the story about the story about the whitey bolger and jayme komi letting whitey bolger go or covering for him or whatever it was that's fake news and it and it was made up by the people at fox and there was a whole graphic that anderson cooper showed of sean hannity with his arrows from from james komeito whitey bolger and all these other people in there as well fake totally fake made up stuff not not true at all again lots of reasons to dislike james the i've got a few of them but that's not one of them okay all right we got a good show for you today you know i was just listening to tom hartman is i was prepping for today's show and somebody called in talking about a candidate who's running for congress and they wanted to get him on him or her on the show and and thom hartmann said well we wait till after the primaries i don't put on anyone before the primaries are over unless they're so far out in front it's you know it's a no brainer that they're going to win wow i totally disagree with that you see primaries matter this is my mantra these days this is the most important part of the election season if you're concerned with getting real progressives elected to congress and i think that's what you and i are concerned about right so today we will have a couple of candidates on the show one from north carolina and one from indiana because those are the next primaries that are coming up on may eighth and these are two really good progressive candidates frankly i have no idea where they are in the polls maybe they can tell us i do know that they are blue america pac endorsed candidates in other words they have how he climbed seal of approval meaning that they'd be great additions progressive members of congress which is what we need not the type of right wing drek that the d triple c.

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"james komeito" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Clinton foundation investigation you could have in the press people talking about it but the fbi had never acknowledged that one exists because they said that was against their policy and then lo and behold here comes andrew mccabe out to fight back against this public narrative that he had shut down the clinton foundation best degation by actually you know what i said we were going to keep it open and at that moment the fbi had just publicly confirmed the existence of that investigation so the fbi is investigating him for inadvertently hurting the clinton team which i just find hilarious that is a beautiful irony actually so now of course when when andrew mccabe was dismissed from his position by attorney general sessions and he took to twitter and took the various little outlets through leaks to sort of push back on the allegations against him he actually contradicted james komi at one point basically he said he had authorization to talk to the media and that the director of the fbi that'd be james comey authorized him to do it james komi of course under oath said that he hadn't authorized a knew nothing about leaks is there anything in this inspector general's report so far that you've seen that addresses that contradiction because that could be the crux of well of of somebody's perjury either either james komeito or andrew mccabe that's a good question and and i think you have to parse it to see what mccabe was trying to slip by people so i'm interested at the beginning the the number two at the fbi was absolutely authorized to speak to the media but it had to be within the confines of the fbi's media policy and it had to be related to subjects directly in their interest he was not authorized to go and leak in ways just to advance as his personal interest and you know in one of these series of text messages his special counsel lisa page who's doing a lot of the leaky media work for him she bragged to to peter struck about how she had thrown leadership at the department of justice which oversees fbi under the bus but it was necessary to.

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"james komeito" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on AM Joy

"I do want to say that i i don't feel defiant good evening the country tonight is in the midst of what may be the most serious constitutional crisis in its history the president has fired the man you just saw the special watergate prosecutor archibald cox because of the president's action the attorney general has resigned he worked for arch while kasey were sitting in the front row is the situation analogous to the one we saw on watergate it's getting pretty close because you've got a situation where if trump was actually going to have his lawyer fire muller it wouldn't have just been moeller it would have had to have been rosenstein that would have had to bend the attorney general it would have have been almost all of the upper echelon of the department of justice i mean at least in the watergate situation elliot richardson who was then the attorney general the deputy attorney general was william rickles arms they both told congress or senate during their confirmation hearings that they would not fire the special prosecutor unless it was for 'cause they felt that they could not do the firing they actually got together with robert bork who is the solicitorgeneral and they purposely came up with a plan were bork wood fire cox so that the nixon administration could not put people into the department of justice this would be a bunch of political hacks bright and take over that department this is a fact that really isn't wellknown i mean robert bork's gotten a bad rap for this over the years but it really was a concerted effort by these three gentleman to keep the rule of law intact department of justice and paul butler how concerned are you that even if donald trump does not succeed in pushing out robert muller the alternative that nick to some hinted at is that they could fire he could fire rosenstein and put a hack in his place or somebody who would essentially handcuffed robert muller because essentially he's is boss he's it's supervisor so the president continues his parador trying to get rid of law enforcement agents were investigating hillman he's done with everyone from uh james komeito sally yates free horror of the fbi director the up your current director so there could be a constitutional crisis but only if the roof.

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"james komeito" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Knowing when everyone else leaps and you and he of a lot to talk about i am running out of patience entitled people would that rate the death penalty bradley j never realized that was a thick j talking i accept that responsibility at twelve a i rarely j u r j john him on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz wbzn hd bus do i heart radio station his wbz news radio 1030 the news watch never stops the news watch never stops mm the of new von property pointing after michael flynn's recent guilty plea in the russia investigation president trump says he never asked former fbi director james colmey to stop investigating his ex national security adviser and was one of several presidential tweets drawing reaction ever since flynn's guilty plea concert only him so far a fact noted by republicans on broadcast interviews what one of them lindsey graham of south carolina tells face the nation if there was coordination between the trump campaign and the russians i can't think of person who would know more about that than plan brought senate judiciary committee member democrat dianne feinstein looks to what happened after mr trump took office the firing of fbi director me it is my belief that that is directly because he did not agree to lift the cloud of the russia investigation that's obstruction of justice she was on abc's meet the press the president's other tweets included a claim that with years under james komeito reputation of the fbi is now in tatters kony's reaction the fbi is honestly fbi strong and independent also on twitter the former deputy attorney general sally yates white colmey fired by mr trump also responded she says the only thing in tatters is the president's respect for the rule of law potentially really big deal in the health field is drugstore giant c v s proposes to buy the major insurance company aetna cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger says the socalled amazon affect.

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"james komeito" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Four find out how you can make a difference in a veteran's life a j c of o a m seventime jazz us at one on one point one fm jc of ex hd 2 harrison bell kansas city's most stimulating job chase cmo cbs news i'm gary nunn president trump on twitter this weekend is focussing is critical comments on the russia investigation today saying he never ask james komeito do stop investigating michael flynn earlier he changed his story on why he fired flynn as national security adviser cbs's laura podesta mr trump tweeted had to fire general flynn because he lied to the vice president and the fbi his pled guilty to those lies there was nothing to hide the tweet suggested he knew flynn had been dishonest back in february when the president asked then fbi director james call me to shut down the investigation into flynn but sources tell cbs news the president did not right the tweet instead it was trump's lawyer john doubt who compose the message and what he meant to say was flynn was fired for lying to pens and other white house officials and now we know he lied to the fbi reporter brian ross has been suspended for a month by abc news for eroneous lee reporting that then candidate donald trump directed flynn to contact the russians during the campaign loss later said that mr trump asfand to contact the russians as president elect abc says the ross report had not been fully vetted before it aired last friday gop leader mitch mcconnell is predicting the senate and house will be able to reconcile their tax reform bills and get a final version to the president before christmas mcconnell says of the senate version the.

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"james komeito" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"James call me that sensitive information was in the komi memos that's a that's a felony does it matter the james comey committed another felony with terms of the records act by leaking it does it matters all government proper property does it matter that loretta lynch the issues that brought up about hurt as well you know whatever happened to the investigation into the uranium one dealer real rusher conspiracy joe there should be investigations and all the things that you just mentioned particularly james komeito was arrogant during his testimony in may were he talked about doing excuse me where he talked about arrogantly as if he had done it before it happened like this was something that was a practice leaking information through a friend to columbia university the new york times openly admitting map thinking that he was above the law gave the private citizen at that point but that the culture at the fbi to leak information to the press welcome what we're seeing thick administration that appears to be the case sean what if i called then president obama of fog a goon and a schmuck and every day questioned his mental condition that bothered me about that particular instance your talking about joe scarborough and make your brzezinski word they have by the way we refer to joe on this program as liberal joe liberal jarred by i've seen in tweet you called psycho joe as well that the mixing me up with the president i mean the president calls them psycho joe get your get your edge read right right okay well either way i mean glittering joe joe thicket very bad rap i always get cold average joe all the time and i felt like annika he's way below average in his mind he actually thinks he should be president that's that's the root of all of this he makes them oh yes he's got he's got those ask kicking sick at kissing sycophants around them every morning starting with meagre all joe joe you could be the president you should be the president you could be so good joe joe couldn't get elected dog catcher well able to congressman applaud him a ninety that that's true but look i don't like how weak he and try to pretend like they're they're katya mac and back in the day show just doing a good wholesome morning show the.

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"james komeito" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"There has been no obstruction there has been no collusion there has been leaking by colmey but there's been no collusion no oh obstruction and virtually everybody agrees today and yesterday we found the trump debra tate call me at least that what he says i have no tapes of komi here's sara murray reporting was interesting talking to some republicans who are close to this white house because they see it as a severe misstep on the part of this president or member trump's initial tweet is what inspired james komeito week some of the details of his mom knows her meeting with trump it's inevitable worldwide there to be a special counsel loan to the russian investigation which is exactly what the president wanted to avoid but what he ended up causal all right let's go to the other side of the aisle now growing pressure to get rid of nancy pelosi because she's not delivering i guess they just lost the two key elections in the south both the younger democrats in congress say it's time for her to go nancy pelosi calls herself a master legislator my leadership is recognised by many of the country and that is why uneven to attract the support that i do but not everyone is happy with her in charge especially after going over ford conservative districts special elections this year that includes new york democratic representative kathleen writes she and other democrats held a closed door session thursday to discuss that very issue president donald trump tweeted that he hoped pelosi stays hitting that the democrats are weaker under her leadership i'm reid binion yesterday the republicans finally came up with their replace obamacare bill this is on the senate side al franken's a democrat of course effect if the worst thing in the world 21 they went off and secret thirteen of them mike lee was one of the thirteen was complaining two days ago that he hadn't seen so i don't know of the thirteen how may have anything to do with it all right i was watching some of the cspan covered yesterday they'll go back and forth on this you didn't read the bill yes idea you released two hundred pages of a you don't know we you're talking about it no you don't know what you're talking about at six twenty one from the new england truck solutions traffic center it's the burger king regional traffic report the traffic in downtown providence.

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"james komeito" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on KOMO

"Some parts of that at least they might be trying to suck out what is what is fiction that what's the latest on former national security advisor michael flynn yeah i really interesting story with what course because he had not using only one who's been subpoenaed so far everyone else is free to testify or not uh if they so choose he was the one person who had been commanded defend over documents about his communications with certain russian connections and he had refused you said i'm not going to hand over those documents because they violate my fifth amendment right they might incriminate me well now the senate intelligence committee sent a new subpoena by finally narrower in scope and he is cooperating with that is sitting does a smaller about a document to law do we know yet when we're going to hear from the former fbi director james komeito yet we we knew it would be after memorial day we know it will be to the senate intelligence committee but that's all we know uh and so far we have not gotten a date or time set up for james me we also are still yet to find out the scope of robert moller's investigation he is supposed to within sixty days it's been a couple of weeks now uh he is supposed to outline how many staffers he's going to need what his budget will be and potentially that how long he might expect us to go although it imagine he'll say we will go wherever the fact and there are a lot of moving parts we appreciate you sorting it out for us this morning brad thanks abc's brad mielke committee and kathy griffin is apologizing for a photo of her holding a fake severed head of president trump i crossed the line the lying across it i went way too far the images disturbing i understand how people it wasn't finally i get it she has taken the picture offer social media feed nest the photographer tyler shields to do the same as you can imagine there was widespread backlash over that picture komo news time seven twenty the propel insurance money update americans retreated from signing contracts to buy homes in april for the.

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"james komeito" Discussed on X96

X96

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on X96

"Trump just staked his presidency on four words according to cnn by issuing out such a blanket denial trump believes himself no wiggle room in this investigation good at a joint news conference with colombian president juan manuel santos president trump was asked very simple question had he urged then fbi director james komeito slow or stop an fbi investigation into deposed national security adviser michael flynn no no next question that's it trump responded it was over in a flashpoint in those four words trump stake the viability of his presidency why is that because he directly contradicted the reporting around a memo the komi had written in the wake of a february fourteen meeting in which trump told him to see if he could find a way to end the investigation the new york times first reported in cnn confirmed so both of those things can't be true either he did or he didn't he has said no no i didn't know so when it is proved that he did that's a felony everything that is happening to trump is selfinflicted sure everyone is trying to blame the media and people who are out to get him i was kind of a gotcha question kerry his own words every that is opening to him or his it's all selfinflicted here's here's something that selfinflicted i do oh no do you have any law enforcement experience no your only the phone bill fiftyfive they'll once lieberman bags so he can can continue to do as lebron irrational more limited do you see it he said the judge former connecticut senator joe lieberman is the front runner why would the republicans want loser monday to be there remember that india sore losers among the republicans would call them promo mayor john curtis said in a statement that he's feeling more and more like running for jason cheap it's soontobevacant.

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"james komeito" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"james komeito" Discussed on KOMO

"Former fbi director robert more to oversee the russian investigational even though the white house had said no special council was needed in a statement issued wednesday night the president voiced optimism saying it will confirm what we already know there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity everyone in this country should breathed a sigh of relief right now members from both sides of the aisle praising bowlers credentials and his fbi passed to get it done this allows for robert muller debatable step in today will lead in investigations they're usually assets of the fbi dribble to conduct an showed the investigation can continue and actually tried to get to a conclusion moeller will have wideranging authority to dig deep in looking for criminal act which could include everything from collusion with the russians to obstruction of justice and that can often lead down another path like with the whitewater investigation into bill clinton which eventually unveiled the monica lewinsky scandal and prompted his impeachment all of that while the house and senate investigations are already underway and while many people will be looking for quick answers moeller we'll be looking for crimes not wrongdoing and in meticulous investigations like this on occasion we have seen them go not weeks or months but years in washington i'm scott pruitt scott you the white house scott only a thirty minute heads up about mothers appointment after the decision had already been made legal analysts say it was inevitable following intense bipartisan pressure from lawmakers are back tobacco 'bombshell reports that i accused the president of revealing classified information to the russians and then a leaked memo by former fbi director james kobe claiming trumped asked him to stop a federal investigation let's be clear it was this new report about james komeito notes that i think forced the hand of rob rosenstein get a well respected well regarded special cat special council mike robert muller so who is robert muller and why is he so respected on both sides of the aisle is the second longest.

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