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"james office" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"james office" Discussed on WCPT 820

"His official duties, then he will enjoy some immunity, launching an attack on the capitol to stop your opponent's election win is not one of the official duties of a president and that's why the courts, the judges have basically thrown out this claim. Yeah. I said something interesting in a tweet. You said Trump's pronouncement that the constitution should be terminated indisputably and beyond a reasonable doubt proves his criminal intent. It will they be able to use that legally because that does seem true. Everything he posts, I would slap a government exhibit sticker on it and I would introduce it to the jury as evidence of Donald Trump's crimes or as evidence of his corrupt intent is criminal mens Rea is guilty state of mind. Listen, he said basically, I want to be reinstalled as president. So I am willing to advocate terminating his word. We didn't make that up. Terminating the constitution. If that doesn't scream out, what his intent has been all along, I don't know what does. Yeah. Which different countries am I thinking? Germany, and there's another one where they just, they tried to overthrow the government right wing German who, and they arrested them right away. Yeah, they wrestled right away in jail. Okay, I'm just, you know. Just a point of order. You also tweeted about New York case. You said New York jury convicts Trump organization on all counts two important takeaways. One, this likely spells the end of the Trump organization to this increases the odds of a New York prosecution of Trump himself given that the prosecution argued evidence shows Trump explicitly okayed tax fraud. Explain that because given all that, why didn't he make him a target in the first place? Of course he knew. It's the Trump organization. It's inexplicable stuff because there are two data points that basically prove conclusively Donald Trump should have been criminally charged as part of the Trump org prosecution. First of all, pomerants and done the two prosecutors from the DA's office who had been involved in investigating Donald Trump made a recommendation to district attorney Alvin Bragg. Boss, we have enough evidence to indict. We have enough evidence to convict an Alvin Bragg killed the investigation and only let the case proceed against Trump org and against Allen weisselberg Trump's longtime. Chief financial officer. And then in closing arguments at the Trump or case, the prosecutor argued and I quote the evidence shows that Donald Trump explicitly okayed tax fraud. If that's what the evidence proved, Donald Trump should have been a defendant. Now there's a little bit of hope because we know that Alvin Bragg just hired yet another prosecutor, this Matthew colangelo guy, who is supposed to be top notch, came from the Department of Justice before that. He was with tish James office investigating Trump and listen, all of these hires Steph, colangelo, Thomas Wyndham, the national security and terrorism prosecutor that was brought on at DoJ to get after Trump, Jack Smith, all of these people are being brought to the table because there will be prosecutions of Donald Trump not because there will be no prosecution. Well, of Donald Trump. The restarting or whatever it is of the stormy Daniels the individual one case. I mean, as you always say, let's take the maiden legal voyage, and apparently Alvin Bragg needed Alvin brag to take the other maiden legal voyage. I don't know. I mean, I don't care how we get to justice without Alvin brag as long as we do, right? I mean, it seems like you say, a little convoluted how we're getting here in terms of, you know, going at the target, right? Yeah, Brad has lost my confidence. I think he's lost the confidence of the people of New York. And I saw him pop up on MSNBC and boy, he said nothing to restore, even a little bit of my faith in him. So now the only thing I'm going to be convinced by is a New York indictment of Donald Trump. Yeah, well, you summed up the week. You said yesterday was a good day, senator, Warnock, a win for decency and competence in government. Trump organization convictions a win for the rule of law. J 6 committee criminal referrals to the DoJ

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"james office" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"james office" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Just a point of order. You also tweeted about the New York case. You said New York jury convicts Trump organization on all counts to important takeaways. One, this likely spells the end of the Trump organization to this increases the odds of a New York prosecution of Trump himself, given that the prosecution argued evidence shows Trump explicitly okayed tax fraud. Explain that because given all that, why didn't they make him a target in the first place? Of course he knew. It's the Trump organization. It's inexplicable stuff because there are two data points that basically prove conclusively Donald Trump should have been criminally charged as part of the Trump org prosecution. First of all, pomeranz had done the two prosecutors from the DA's office who had been involved in investigating Donald Trump, made a recommendation to district attorney Alvin Bragg, boss, we have enough evidence to indict. We have enough evidence to convict an Alvin Bragg killed the investigation and only let the case proceed against Trump org and against Allen weisselberg Trump's longtime. Chief financial officer. And then in closing arguments. Right. At the Trump org case, the prosecutor argued and I quote the evidence shows that Donald Trump explicitly okayed tax fraud. If that's what the evidence prove, Donald Trump should have been a defendant. Now there's a little bit of hope because we know that Alvin Bragg just hired yet another prosecutor, this Matthew colangelo guy, who is supposed to be top notch, came from the Department of Justice before that. He was with Tisch James office investigating Trump and listen, all of these hires Steph, colangelo, Thomas Wyndham, the national security and terrorism prosecutor that was brought on at DoJ to get after Trump, Jack Smith, all of these people are being brought to the table because there will be prosecutions of Donald Trump not because there will be no prosecution. Well, of Donald Trump. You know, the restarting or whatever it is of the stormy Daniels the individual one case. I mean, as you always say, let's take the maiden legal voyage, and apparently Alvin Bragg needed Alvin Bragg to take the other maiden legal voyage. I don't know. I mean, I don't care how we get to justice with all this Alvin Bragg as long as we do, right? I mean, it seems like you say, a little convoluted how we're getting here in terms of, you know, going at the target, right? Yeah, Brad has lost my confidence. I think he's lost the confidence of the people of New York. And I saw him pop up on MSNBC and boy, he said nothing to restore, even a little bit of my faith in him. So now the only thing I'm going to be convinced by is a New York indictment of Donald Trump. Yeah, well, you summed up the week. You said yesterday was a good day, senator Warnock, a win for decency and competence in government. Trump organization convictions a win for the rule of law.

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"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:42 min | 3 months ago

"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Appears to have ended. I'm Brad seger And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. I'll shake up in the state attorney general's office. Ibrahim Khan, the chief of staff to New York State attorney general, letitia James has resigned amid misconduct allegations the matter involves at least two sexual harassment allegations according to The New York Times, which quotes three sources. James hired a law firm to investigate the allegations. On Friday the times reports, the now former chief of staff Khan, defended himself in a statement and said he had planned to leave by December 31st. He said his departure was unrelated to an investigation which found in no official workplace misconduct a spokeswoman for James office did not immediately respond to a request to confirm that to the times. New York State health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett has submitted her resignation after a little more than a year on the job as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Governor Kathy hochul, who begins her first full four year term in office January 1st, will be charged with replacing Bassett. The 70 year old basit is the state's first black health commissioner, she is leaving the department effective January 1st and returning to the Harvard Chan school of public health. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Former treasury secretary Larry summers warned that the Federal Reserve will probably need to raise interest rates more than markets are currently expecting thanks to stubbornly high inflationary pressures. And that includes increasing wages as seen in Friday's employment report. The best single measure of core underlying inflation is to look at wages what this is telling us is that the feds got a long way to go. Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg's Wall Street week with David Weston. Interest rate future suggests traders expect the fed to raise rates to about 5% by May 2023. The fed funds target is currently in a range of 3.75 to 4%. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is masters in business with Barry Reynolds on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry rid holtz, you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio. My extra special guest today is Luis barugo. He is the CEO of global X ETFs, a firm that manages about $40 billion in nearly a hundred ETFs. He joined global X in 2014, previously he worked at Jeffries as an investment banker and at Morgan Stanley. Global X is known for some of the more interesting, thematic ETFs, including the variable rate preferred, the NASDAQ 100 covered call, clean water. There's all interest rate hedge. There's a whole run of ETFs and we'll talk about many of them. Luis barugo welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you for having me, Barry. So let's talk a little bit about your background before you join global you were an investment banker at Jefferies you advised on M and a and divestitures and capital raises and before that Morgan Stanley doing technology and operations planning for the wealth and asset managing group discussed that background and how does that lead up to a career in ETFs? Great question. So yeah, I had a career in investment banking with Jeffreys and it was a really good professional experience because I didn't have the opportunity to work in M and a equity and debt financing. I had a chance to be part of somewhere interesting transactions in the banking space, I did in 2013 kind of the lab just banking transaction that the market had seen since the financial crisis. It was a $2.4 billion deal. And I wasn't very interesting experience because it really allowed me very to understand the psychology behind a Manet which it came in very, very handy later on in the context of global and from the standpoint of modern and Stanley was the earlier part of my career and it's a great company, great group of people I will be forever thankful to the guys because they gave me the first opportunity to work to get a full time job in the U.S. when I first moved from a spin. And I learned a lot because I spent a lot of time with financial advisers, which as you know, is a key segment of our client base. Today, so phenomenal learning experience with both jeffress and modern instantly. So you move here from Spain. What is the financial advice world like in Europe? What's it like in Spain? It has to be such a different set of the retirement planning is different. The safety net is different. What's the finance industry like in Spain? Is fundamentally different. First of all, I think the amount of investors are participate in the financial markets is much smaller than it is in the U.S.. And I think that financial advisers are used but not as widely used as they are in the U.S. and definitely the retail market participation is significantly lower than you can see in the U.S.. So you join global X in 2014, what led you to them from Jeffries. A couple of things. Up until that point, very I was, I had a work only for really big companies. Morgan Stanley and Jeffrey. So it's definitely looking for something more entrepreneurial. One of my biggest frustrations with working a big company is that they tend to be very bureaucratic. It takes a lot to get things done. So I was definitely looking for something more entrepreneurial when I could see more of an impact of my contributions in the actual output of the business. So that was definitely one of the key drivers. And then the other driver Barry was that I saw the potential of the ETF industry quite frankly. I was already an investor in ETFs at that point in time. I remember telling myself, why would anyone invest in mutual funds when you can buy an ETF instead, you have the liquidity, the tax efficiency, the transparency. And I did the math, and I think at that point in time, revenue speaking assets in ETFs were roughly just ten to 12% of assets in mutual funds. And I was pretty convinced that that number was my increased significantly, so I'd saw the opportunity and that when global X came along. And where are we now? What percentage of the assets are in ETFs relative to mutual funds? Right now I think around 33 or 34%. So tripled since you joined global acts. Yeah, a 100%. And I think that quite frankly, very, is accelerating and my view is that it's going to continue to increase even faster. I think there are many catalysts, lots of mutual funds to ETFs that we're seeing in the market. I think 401k plans are starting to use ETFs more more broadly. And then some of the new changes around how you can do actively managed strategies in the context of an ETF. I think that's going to accelerate the adoption of ETF significantly. Our mutual friend, Dave nodded, has joked that if mutual funds came out today, they would never be approved by the SEC. What do you mean you share capital gains with people having sold? That's a terrible idea. And clearly ETFs clean that up. So not only has the ETF industry been gaining momentum, but global acts has really grown, you're now just about $40 billion in a very challenging year. Tell us what led to this growth. What's made you guys as successful as you've become from a much smaller base a decade ago. Yeah, I mean, it's been a beautiful ride to be honest. I joined global X in 2014 and we had if I remember correctly approximately one and a half $1 billion in AUM, I was employee number ten and for all intents and purposes Barry we will start up. I mean, when I joined, I didn't have a computer for ten days. So you had a little bit of that feeling. So fast forward to where we are today. We have over $40 billion in assets under management. We have 200 employees and we have a local presence in all of the major markets around the world. And to your point, I think there are two main drivers of that growth, one is our leadership in thematic investing is an area we've been very focused on and the second aspect of our strategy that has been very, very helpful is our global expansion. We do believe that growth of the ATF industry is not just a U.S. phenomenon. It's a global phenomenon. And we want to be able to service our clients in

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"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:20 min | 3 months ago

"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Brad Steve. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. I'll shake up in the state attorney general's office, Ibrahim Khan, the chief of staff to New York State attorney general, letitia James, has resigned amid misconduct allegations the matter involves at least two sexual harassment allegations according to The New York Times, which quotes three sources. James hired a law firm to investigate the allegations. On Friday the times reports, the now former chief of staff Khan defended himself in a statement and said he had planned to leave by December 31st. He said his departure was unrelated to an investigation which found in no official workplace misconduct, a spokeswoman for James office did not immediately respond to a request to confirm that to the times. New York State health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett has submitted her resignation after a little more than a year on the job as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Governor Kathy hochul, who begins her first full four year term in office January 1st, will be charged with replacing Bassett, the 70 year old basset is the state's first black health commissioner. She is leaving the department effective January 1st and returning to the Harvard Chan school of public health. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Former treasury secretary Larry summers warned that the Federal Reserve will probably need to raise interest rates more than markets are currently expecting thanks to stubbornly high inflationary pressures. And that includes increasing wages as seen in Friday's employment report. The best single measure of core underlying inflation is to look at wages what this is telling us is that the feds got a long way to go. Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg's Wall Street week with David Weston. Interest rate future suggests traders expect the fed to raise rates to about 5% by May 2023. The fed funds target is currently in a range of 3.75 to 4%. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg businessweek. Inside from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine. Plus, global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg businessweek, with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steinbeck on Bloomberg radio. Hi everyone, welcome to the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week. We know that everyone is still talking about fed chief Jay Powell's comments this past week, signaling the fed will slow the pace of interest rate increases next month yet, stressing the need for rates to keep rising for some time to beat inflation. No doubt about it, Tim, it was top of mind. Also top of mind Carol, protests in China, apple's exposure to that. And a recent conversation that we had with Kathy wood, she, of course, is the founder, CEO, and CIO of ark invest, who covered everything from the collapse of FTX and Sam bankman freed, to Elon, Tesla, and Twitter. We even talked about General Motors, a stock to achievement buying, the full in depth conversation in our second hour. All of that to come, we begin with a chaos in the place known as iPhone city. We are following the protests over the COVID zero lockdown policies in China that may be easing, but time will tell related to all of that, a Bloomberg exclusive. It's a tech section of the new issue upload business week. It's about apple's reliance on China and how it's growing perilous because of the chaos in the world's second largest economy, and a country that churns out tons of apple products. We bring in Joshua brustein, he's technology editor at Bloomberg businessweek. He joined us along with the editor of the magazine, Joel Weber. Where apple gets its iPhones, predominantly has been from Foxconn facilities in China. And with the COVID zero situation in China and sort of how the country and company have responded Foxconn to the circumstances is really led this to be a quite hot situation. Josh what transpired that and what were you guys watching as you started to pull this story together? Yeah, the largest iPhone production facility known as iPhone city is in shangzhou, China, about 80% of the latest iPhone 14 models are produced there. And since October, they have been experiencing a COVID outbreak within the plant. This is an enormous place about 200,000 people work there. And Foxconn, which runs the facility attempted to lock the plant down, isolate workers who may have COVID and try to keep the outbreak from spreading. The problem was they weren't really prepared to handle this and workers were complaining of unsanitary conditions of being held in places where they didn't have access to adequate food. Hundreds of workers left the plant in October and there were some violent protests from workers who were protesting that they were not going to get paid if they didn't stay through a certain amount of time. And just you described the dormitory sort of pretty awful conditions during this lockdown. But these are pretty coveted jobs in China, are they not? Yeah, absolutely. There were workers who were leaving jobs that it was surprising because people get these jobs and they're known as good jobs. What's happened over the recent past has been that the COVID situation has really changed the way that this production facility operates and people thought they had something good and now feel like they're being really mistreated. I feel like the eyes are on Apple right now and watching what they are doing and we have seen them begin to branch out. How does you and your team kind of think about what's going on with Apple specifically and what it means more broadly. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, if you want to look at a situation for a company that kind of represents something larger, you have the world's most valuable company. It makes an enormous amount of phones in China and what you've seen Apple do is look to diversify a Foxconn. It's manufacturing partners moving to other countries to India, Vietnam. So you see it looking for alternatives if things aren't going to be if they can't count on China they need to know where else they can get phones from. So what's the status now, Josh? It sounds like it's just chaos there. They actually still or the assembly line still working or is it sort of in a frozen while all this plays out? Yeah, so the facility is still working there are clearly disruptions. We've reported that someone familiar with the operation says there could be a production shortfall of close to 6 million iPhone pro units this year. The thought is that maybe they could recover that next year, but these are serious production interruptions. And Apple has already been dealing with this even before the acute problem of the last couple of weeks. Josh, some of the reporting was incredible because of how specific and inside the operations and the protests we were able to get. What stood out to you as you worked on this story? I think it was really interesting to hear from some of the workers who were there. The story that we're publishing focuses on one worker who had been making phones for a decade finally got fed up in October and left went home was lured back by more money and immediately was actually in a quarantine period. When these protests broke out last week and then decided, you know, I

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"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. Railroad workers are slamming Democrats and Republicans for passing a bill to block a railroad strike. The railroad workers united group said it was despicable that both parties opted to decide with big business over working people. They criticized President Biden and House speaker Nancy Pelosi for pushing through an agreement most freight rail workers and previously voted to reject. The nation's economy added more jobs than expected in November, President Biden reacted to that report while speaking Friday at The White House. We've now created 10.5 million jobs since I took office. More than any administration in history at this point in a presidency. The Labor Department says 263,000 jobs were created last month. That's more than the 200,000 experts have predicted. Authorities are warning shoppers to watch out for porch pirates this holiday season, security officials say 200 million packages nationwide have been stolen off of porches just this year since it only takes a matter of seconds to snatch a box from in front of a home. I'm Brad. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Ibrahim Khan, the chief of staff to New York State attorney general letitia James, has resigned amid misconduct allegations. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Susanna this matter involves at least two sexual harassment allegations according to The New York Times, which quotes three sources. James hired a law firm to investigate the allegations and the times reports that now former chief of staff come defended himself in a statement and said he had planned to depart his post by December 31st. Susanna, Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini, Khan said his departure was unrelated to an investigation which found in no official workplace misconduct, a spokesman for James office did not immediately respond to a request to confirm the outcome of the investigation to the times. James oversaw a 2021 sexual harassment inquiry of New York's governor at the time, Andrew Cuomo, which led to his resignation. We're hearing ledger X one of the few solvent pieces of Sam bankman freed's crumbling FTX empire is for sale and attracting interest from would be buyers. Our source says they include crypto giants blockchain dot com and Gemini. U.S. stocks rose for a second week, stocks had soared on Wednesday with the Dell climbing more than 700 points in the wake of Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell's remarks about the likelihood that the fed will downshift to a 50 basis point interest rate hike later this month. Stocks mostly fell Friday as investors digested a stronger than anticipated jobs report. Victoria green is chief investment officer at G squared private wealth. So we're just cautioning people about the fomo rally here and maybe don't pile it. Green there referring to fomo or fear of missing out. For the week, the S&P 500 rows 1.1%, the Dow gained a two tenths of 1% this week the NASDAQ rose 2.1%. Global news, 24 hours a day on air, and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. I called it the wheel. Um. I don't think so. What does it do? The rules? Yeah. So does a bagel, okay? A bagel you can eat. One of the worst ideas I've ever heard. Larry David played a skeptic about FTX in a Super Bowl ad that went viral. And it turned out it was smart to treat the cryptocurrency platforms claims with skepticism. But David is now being sued for luring unsophisticated investors into the FTX debacle, and he's not the only celebrity. Tom Brady Gisele Bündchen Shaquille O'Neal and Steph Curry are also being sued and some of their endorsements were more straightforward. Okay, quit messing around, man. Give me some tips on crypto. No. What you are an expert, right? No. I'm not an expert, and I don't need to be with FTX. I have everything I need to buy, sell and trade

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"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's critical that Democrats win the Georgia runoff election, the president joined union workers in Boston, who were fundraising for Georgia democratic senator Raphael Warnock, Biden called Warnock a man of character and stressed the importance of a 51 seat majority. The president is approving a bill designed to prevent a national railroad strike. Our nation's rail system is literally the backbone of our supply chain as you all well know and so much of what we rely on is delivered on our rail. The president signed the bill at The White House Friday, the measure force is a deal between freight railroads and their unions averting at December 9th shutdown. Prosecutors in the Trump organization's tax fraud trial say the company benefited heavily on its scheme, enclosing arguments, prosecuting attorney Joshua Stein glass, said the company paying executives off the books for 15 years helped it keep salaries down and reduce payroll taxes. He argued the organization also used that scheme to move tax deductions to other entities. I'm Brad Steven. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. I'll shake up in the state attorney general's office, Ibrahim Khan, the chief of staff to New York State attorney general, letitia James, has resigned amid misconduct allegations the matter involves at least two sexual harassment allegations according to The New York Times, which quotes three sources. James hired a law firm to investigate the allegations. On Friday the times reports, the now former chief of staff Khan, defended himself in a statement and said he had planned to leave by December 31st. He said his departure was unrelated to an investigation which found in no official workplace misconduct a spokeswoman for James office did not immediately respond to a request to confirm that to the times. New York State health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett has submitted her resignation after a little more than a year on the job as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Governor Kathy hochul, who begins her first full four year term in office January 1st, will be charged with replacing Bassett. The 70 year old basset is the state's first black health commissioner, she is leaving the department effective January 1st and returning to the Harvard Chan school of public health. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet, former treasury secretary Larry summers warned that the Federal Reserve will probably need to raise interest rates more than markets are currently expecting thanks to stubbornly high inflationary pressures, and that includes increasing wages as seen in Friday's employment report. The best single measure of core underlying inflation is to look at wages what this is telling us is that the feds got a long way to go. Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg's Wall Street week with David Weston. Interest rate future suggests traders expect the fed to raise rates to about 5% by May 2023. The fed funds target is currently in a range of 3.75 to 4%. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston from Bloomberg radio. Credit, it's what makes the business world go round, and years of fiscal and monetary stimulus have made sure there's plenty of credit to go around. But now the fed and other central banks would like there to be just a little less lending so we can get inflation down. History cautions strongly against prematurely loosening policy, but we will stay the course until the job is done. Which is hitting deals, particularly when it comes to private equity. What affects dealmaking is uncertainty. Uncertainty is the enemy of deal making. But it turns out that as the government regulates lending from the banks more, the world of private credit has exploded. The more you regulate parts of the financial system, the money tends to flow to the unregulated parts of the financial system. Having all that credit going on outside of the regulated part of the economy is not ideal. But that leaves the question whether private credit will be able to step in as the banks pull back. Private credit is really important, but private credit has also pulled back a little bit, not because of the availability of financing or because they are stuck with bad loans like some of the large banks are. But because of the enormous uncertainty. And to take us into

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Judge says he'll appoint monitor for Donald Trump's company

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Judge says he'll appoint monitor for Donald Trump's company

"A New York judge says he will appoint an independent monitor for former president Donald Trump's real estate empire I Norman hall the judges order would restrict the company's ability to freely make deals sell assets and change its corporate structure judge Arthur and Goran or the outside watchdog for the Trump organization as he presides over lawsuit filed by New York attorney general letitia James the suit alleges Trump in the company routinely misled banks and others about the value of price assets including golf courses and hotels bearing his name James office says the Trump organization is continuing to engage in fraud and has taken steps to Dodge potential penalties from the lawsuit such as incorporating a new entity in Delaware named Trump organization LLC a Trump lawyer says the Trump entities aren't going anywhere On Norman hall

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LAPD captain warned CBS about Les Moonves sexual assault claim, NY attorney general says

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

LAPD captain warned CBS about Les Moonves sexual assault claim, NY attorney general says

"CBS and his former president Leslie moonves have reached an agreement with the New York attorney general's office which says the network's executives conspired with a Los Angeles Police captain to hide sexual assault allegations against moonves I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Under the agreement CBS and Leslie moonves will pay $33 million to shareholders with CBS paying $6 million for sexual harassment programs The office of New York attorney general letitia James says the police captain which the LAPD later identified as Corey palka tipped off CBS about a woman's report about moonves allegedly sexually assaulting her in the 1980s James office says at least one CBS executive sold millions of dollars of stock before

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"james office" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"james office" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We have 9 rentals and all these spaces, so I'm running 7 generators for the last two weeks. Keeping everybody's freezers froze and trying to save what I can. Local sheriff now says everyone previously unaccounted for has been found, leaving the death toll at four, the deadliest California wildfires so far this year. Kirk siegler and PR news, yreka, California. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. On doubly NYC in New York at 6 O four, a good Friday morning I'm Michael hill. 73 with some clouds out there might need that umbrella this morning, but sunshine later and a high in the low 80s. Looking at your commute this morning, delays on the number two and three trains due to mechanical problem at Central Park north. That's a 110th straight. And NJ transit reports its main birkin port drivers line has delays and so does the port Jefferson branch. In the news, New York City school Chancellor David banks has used an emergency measure to buy $27 million worth of filters for air purifiers used in city schools, WNYC's Christopher wirth explains. The emergency measure bypasses the usual contract approval process, which is supposed to involve a vote by the governing board that oversees spending by the education department before the money is spent. Parents and teachers have raised questions about the air purifiers air flow rates and efficacy. That's partly because the brand in question doesn't use hepa filters, which are recommended by the CDC. Delos living, the company that sells both the purifiers and filters, says its products exceed hepa standards. The $27 million cost comes as schools are facing hundreds of millions of dollars in budget cuts. Former New York governor Andrew Cuomo is suing the state's attorney general saying she violated the law by denying public assistance for his sexual harassment defense. Former governor Cuomo once taxpayers to pick up his legal bills for a claim brought by one of his state trooper bodyguards, the state is required to cover legal costs of government officials who are sued while acting in their official capacity. AG letitia James office disgrace saying sexual harassment is quote not part of anyone's job description earlier this year, the unnamed trooper filed a federal lawsuit saying the former governor violated her civil rights, Cuomo has denied that claim. A trade operated with the MTA has died while working at the Moshe Lu yard police say 38 year old azura Ford was found in conscious and unresponsive yesterday between the tracks at The Bronx facility. Investigators say there was no reported trauma to her body and it did not appear she had been hit by a train or had any contact with the third rail, transit president Richard Davies says the agency is heartbroken and an investigation was ongoing. The cynical city medical examiner has not reported a cause of death, just yet. 73 with clouds right now, slight chance of showers by 9 o'clock this morning turning sunny in a high of 83, it should be beautiful again tomorrow and Sunday. It is 6 O 7. Support for NPR comes from better help, connecting people with a therapist online for issues like depression and relationships, 25,000 therapists are available through better help using a computer or smartphone. Better help dot com slash public

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WTOP

02:19 min | 8 months ago

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"Now, looking at 76 in Apple Marlboro 78 in centerville, Washington coming in at 79°. It's 1141 former president Trump reportedly took the 5th. Hundreds of times during a four hour long taped deposition yesterday. The New York attorney general is investigating his company's business practices and in a statement, the former president insisted he had no choice but to decline to answer those questions. We had more on this from CBS chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa. How do you feel, mister Trump? How do you feel? Former president Trump Wednesday invoked the 5th during a four hour videotape deposition in a New York State investigation into his business practices. New York State attorney general letitia James office wrote that James will pursue the facts and the law wherever they may lead. Trump insisted he had no choice, but to decline to answer questions. And that he did nothing wrong. But taking the 5th is something he has previously criticized. If you're innocent, why are you taking the Fifth Amendment? CBS News, legal analyst Ricky clemons says Trump's decision was understandable. Any lawyer worth his rehearsal would have told Donald Trump that it was a essential for him to invoke his Fifth Amendment privilege. Still, Trump faces other ongoing investigations, criminal probe, led by the Manhattan district attorney into his businesses there and a Fulton county, Georgia district attorney on his efforts to overturn the stage 2020 election results. Meanwhile, Trump and GOP allies continue to lash out at the FBI over its search of his Florida home earlier this week. Look, this is the DoJ run amok. Pennsylvania congressman Scott Perry spoke out last night about the FBI seizing his cell phone Tuesday. His lawyer says he is not the target of the probe. Now, the president's House was rated Monday. Do you think they're linked? Right. I do think, I think all of this is linked to Trump appointed FBI director Christopher wray declined to comment on the Trump surge, but had this to say about the recent rise of threats. Against the Justice

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WTOP

01:50 min | 8 months ago

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"I wish I could have played better, but Belinda played so well today. But I just, yeah, it's just been a pretty interesting 24 hours. And overall the mid side high its fills, Francis TFO suffered a three set loss to ten seeded Taylor Fritz. Over in Leesburg, Virginia this evening, women, soccer, Washington spirit fell to Portland thorns FC two to one the spirit are now one 6 and 9. Steve dresner, WTO sports. The top stories were following for you on WTO because of all the storms and rain that came through earlier in the day we have flood warnings up for parts of the region, a flood warning remains in effect for D.C. and most of the close in suburbs until one 15 a.m. in prince George's and Anna rundle counties of flood warning lasts until four 45 in the morning right now the heaviest rain is coming down in the Charlottesville area and heading towards culpeper as well. Stay with your weather alert station for the very latest. An Iranian operative is charged with trying to kill two former high ranking Trump administration officials, the Justice Department says he put a bounty on both former national security adviser John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. It's presumed to be a retaliation for the U.S. killing of an Iranian general. And former president Trump says he invoked the Fifth Amendment and would not answer questions under oath in the long running New York civil investigation into his business dealings, mister Trump arrived at the New York attorney general letitia James office as this morning, but sent out a statement more than an hour later saying he declined to answer the questions under the rights and privileges offered to every citizen under the U.S. Constitution. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes

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WTOP

03:48 min | 8 months ago

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"Jones. And I'm Bruce Allen, teddy gellman, is our producer. The soft story we're following this morning, congressional supporters of former president Trump have quickly come to his defense after the search of his home by the FBI. They say his desire to run for The White House is intensifying. Details from WTO's Mitchell Miller now today on the hill. Nobody's above the law. But the law needs to be above politics. South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham, like many Republicans, has lots of questions about the timing of the FBI's search and why it was carried out at all. At the end of the day, there's a tremendous burden on the Department of Justice in my view to explain their actions and I hope they will. Graham spoke with former president Trump the day after the FBI came to his home in Mar-a-Lago, Graham says that conversation has only convinced him even more that Donald Trump is eager to make another run for The White House. The only question now seems to be when that announcement will come before or after the midterm elections. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO be news. Today former president Trump will be questioned under oath in the long running civil investigation. By the New York attorney general in his real estate business, the probe, led by attorney general letitia James involves allegations that the Trump organization misstated the value of golf courses and skyscrapers to mislead lenders and tax authorities in May, James office said that it was nearing the end of its probe and that investigators had amassed substantial evidence that could support legal action, such as a lawsuit against Trump, his company or both, two of Trump's adult children, Donald junior and Ivanka also testified in recent days as part of that investigation. The consumer price index for July will be released today. The most recent report show, the CPI had the largest 12 month increase since 1981, CBS News business analyst Jill schlesinger explained explains. The government is set to release fresh data on inflation for the month of July and the hope is that the overall inflation rate did finally drop. In June, the inflation rate ran at 9.1%, the consensus estimate for July is for a headline rate of 8.7%. Now that would be primarily driven by the big drop that we've seen in crude oil and gas prices. Nationally, gas prices rose over $5 a gallon on average, they are now closer to $4 a gallon. The fed says it needs to see a series of monthly declining core inflation readings before pausing interest rate increases. Well, it's back to school for about 70,000 students in this area today. Classes are starting for students in culpeper, fuck here, rappahannock, and spottsylvania counties, along with manassas city. Students in Stafford county also returned this morning in WTO's Nia log and says, that brings both excitement and some changes. We're excited to welcome everybody back in person and we get to see everyone's faces so that we can help build relationships from the start. Here at Stafford county high school superintendent Thomas Taylor says students in high school will now have an hour lunch every day, which are students can leverage time to meet with teachers for remediation, but also enrichment activities, as well as student activities, clubs, and different programs that they happen to be engaged with, as well as spend time with their peers. The students will remain on campus and under adult supervision. In Stafford county, Neil all I can stay news. Gunfire in the district is injured a three year old girl and a 13 year old boy, a bullet graze the little girl's head, the boy was shot on the leg, the girl's mother tells our news partners at NBC four, the two were right outside her front door on 18th street northeast when someone shot from a passing car. And

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WTOP

03:34 min | 8 months ago

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"A bus said it is time for the Israeli occupation to end. Linda gradstein, CBS News, Jerusalem. Mister Biden is expected to urge the Saudis to boost oil production in the hope that it will bring down gasoline prices and to help ease high inflation. Jalen walker, the 25 year old black man kills in a hail of police gunfire and Akron Ohio was shot or gray's 46 times. Ad officer shot him 7 are white and one is black. That's from a preliminary autopsy report released today by the summit county medical examiner. The pursuit began when officers tried to pull him over in a traffic stop last month. Police say walker fired a shot from his car, 40 seconds into the chase. The house plans to vote on abortion rights legislation today as a tension on that issue intensifies. We hear more from WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. California Democrat Eric swalwell pressed Catherine Glenn foster with Americans united for life during a house judiciary committee hearing. It touched on the case of a ten year old rape victim who traveled to Indiana for an abortion because it was illegal for her in Ohio. What a ten year old choose to carry a baby. I believe it would probably impact her life. And so therefore, it would fall under any exception and would not be an abortion. It would not be an abortion if a ten year old with her parents made the decision not to have a baby that was a result of a rate the house today plans to vote on a bill to protect individuals who travel across state lines to seek an abortion. A similar proposal was blocked yesterday by a Senate Republican. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO, B news. Meantime, West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin says he'll oppose a revised domestic package that he's been negotiating with democratic leaders if it includes climate or energy provisions or higher taxes on the rich and corporations. His decision is a stunning blow to one of the party's top election year priorities. Manchin, who also derailed Democrats much larger social and environment package last December, now says that he will only support a plan that reduces pharmaceutical prices and extends federal subsidies for healthcare coverage. We'll talk more about this with bob Cusack, editor in chief of the hill in just a few minutes at 1140. Former president Trump and two of his children will not be questioned today as scheduled in a civil investigation in New York into their business dealings. The delay was granted because of the death of Trump's first wife, Ivana, the former president, his son Don Junior and daughter Ivanka had been scheduled for deposition starting today. But New York attorney general letitia James office says it had agreed to postpone them. The prosecutors alleged that the Trump organization inflated the values of skyscrapers, golf courses and other holdings in order to get loans, insurance, and other benefits. The Trump organization has denied the allegations and dismissed the investigation as a politically motivated witch hunt, led by Democrats. The Homeland Security inspector general says Secret Service agents deleted texts that were sent and received around the day of the capitol riots, even after the IG requested them as part of an investigation. The Secret Service denies it maliciously deleted text messages after an agency watchdog requested them and says it is fully cooperating. This follows a letter obtained by CBS News from the Department of Homeland Security inspector general to a pair of congressional committees if states that many U.S. Secret Service text messages from January 5th and 6th, 2021 were erased. The Secret Service says before an investigation was launched, it reset its phones as part of a system migration that resulted in some data being lost

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05:40 min | 8 months ago

"james office" Discussed on WTOP

"Good morning, I'm Mark Lewis. And I'm Gigi Barnett, Jocelyn chesson is our producer. The top stories we're following this hour, President Biden, en route to Saudi Arabia after two days of talks with Israeli leaders. While meeting with Palestinian leaders today in the West Bank, the president said he remains committed to an independent Palestinian state, but he says now is not the time to resume long stalled peace talks with Israel. Two states for two people. But standing with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the occupied West Bank, the president said that ground is not ripe for restarting talks. Still, we can not wait for peace agreement to be reached for every issue to be resolved to deliver on the needs of the Palestinian people that exist today as I speak. He's announced more than $300 million in financial aid. The Palestinians, though, are looking to the U.S. to push Israel into resuming negotiations, and through an interpreter, a boss said after decades of Israel acting like it's above the law. Isn't it not the time for this occupation to end Sagar Meghani, Washington. It was another day in a Russian court facing drug possession charges for WNBA star Brittany griner. Her defense lawyers presented evidence today that the basketball star received permission from Arizona health authorities to use medical cannabis for chronic pain. The defense also submitted tests that she underwent as part of an anti doping check, which did not detect any prohibited substances in her system. Last week, griner abruptly pleaded guilty to drug possession charges. And in February, Russian customs officers say they found a vape canisters containing cannabis oil in her luggage. She told a court that made cartridges were packed by a mistake, the next hearing for her is scheduled on July 26th. Breaking developments this morning, a medical examiner has released a summary of the autopsy performed on 25 year old jaylen walker. He's the black man killed in a hail of gunfire by police officers and Akron Ohio late last month. The doctor says walker was shot or grazed by bullets 46 times by 7 white and one black police officer at the end of an early morning car and foot pursuit. Police say walker shot at them during a car chase, but he was not armed when he left the car and ran away. Abortion rights legislation is expected to come up for votes today in the house, is lawmakers spar over the hot button issue. The latest from net WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Catherine Glenn foster, with Americans united for life, said during a house hearing that a ten year old rape victim who traveled to Indiana to get an abortion because it's illegal in Ohio was a unique case. If a ten year old became pregnant as a result of rape and it was threatening her life, then that's not an abortion. California Democrat Eric swalwell seemed incredulous at her response and then spoke to an abortion rights supporter. Miss marvel, I familiar with disinformation. Yes, I am. Did you just hear some disinformation? It is still a medical procedure that is understood to be an abortion. The house plans to vote on a bill to allow individuals to travel to another state to seek an abortion, similar legislation was blocked by a GOP lawmaker yesterday in the Senate. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. West Virginia and democratic senator Joe Manchin says he can not support an economic package that includes climate or energy provisions or one that boosts taxes on the rich or corporations. More from CBS correspondent Matt piper. It's not the first time senator Manchin is dealt a blow to President Biden's agenda. Late last year, he dashed the hopes of progressives and the president when he announced he could not support mister Biden's build back better act, the $1.75 trillion tax and spending plan that included Democrats key domestic policy initiatives, including climate change, healthcare, paid leave, housing, and taxes. The Democrats ambitious package of social policy, climate change, and taxes has been whittled down dramatically since it was originally introduced. But now senator Manchin has told Senate leaders he will only support curbing pharmaceutical prices and extending federal subsidies for buying healthcare coverage. New this morning, former president Trump and two of his children were supposed to be questioned today in a New York civil investigation into their business dealings. Well, that has been postponed. The delay that follows the death of Trump's wife, Ivana, ex-wife, Ivana rather, Trump, his son Don Junior and daughter Ivanka had been scheduled for deposition starting as soon as today. But New York attorney general letitia James office said that it had agreed to a postponement because of Ivana Trump's death yesterday. Letitia James alleges that the former president's company inflated the values of skyscrapers, golf courses and other holdings in order to get loans, insurance, and other financial benefits. Trump has denied the allegations saying that it's a common in the real estate industry to seek the best valuations. It's ten 36. Here's a highlight from Chris osterman, the director of security architecture at info blocks federal, on the zero trust cyber exchange, presented by Keras off. Know what your goals are, know what your enterprise looks like. Know what data you have to secure and where it is. And realize that it's a continuous improvement process. 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01:35 min | 10 months ago

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"CBS News special report 50 minutes to go before the markets close and for some investors the closing can not come soon enough It's been another treacherous day on Wall Street sparked by continued inflation and recession concerns Here are the current numbers for the day The Dow right now off 401 points the NASDAQ off 247 points the S&P 500 down 59 points Eugene perone junior is head of perone portfolio advisers Certainly the investment community seems to be losing a good deal of confidence about the economic outlook And it is not subject to just one theme In other words it's not just tied to technology or industrials It seems to be a pretty broad based worry about the economic outlook A couple of very high profile companies having tough days today Google's parent company alphabet is off 70 points more than 3% of its value Microsoft is down more than 2% CBS News special report I'm Steve futterman In other news former president Trump has paid a $110,000 in fines that were racked up after he was held in contempt of court The fines were due to a slow response to a civil subpoena issued by New York's attorney general Letitia James office says the former president paid the fine yesterday but still has to submit additional paperwork to get the contempt order lifted A Manhattan judge declared mister Trump in contempt of court April 25th and find him 10,000 bucks a day for not complying with that subpoena in James long running investigation into his business practices.

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WCPT 820

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"james office" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Good week for justice And we can often say that but when you look at judge Carter's finding let's go back to team justice law school for one minute In order to arrest and indict somebody the evidentiary standard is probable cause And you know nobody knows precisely what probable cause is but I can tell you I did a deep dive into probable cause And it basically constitutes somewhere between about 42 and 45% of the evidence tending to show a crime was committed and a certain person committed it What judge Carter found in his litigation in the John eastman case is that by a preponderance of the evidence that's 51% of the evidence more likely than not Donald Trump committed crimes against the United States That's a judicial finding that there's more evidence of Donald Trump's crimes than is even necessary to arrest and indict him which is simply probable cause That's stunning from the federal stunning And that's why I say it was a good week for justice Well on the bad side you wrote a piece just the New York prosecutor thinks Trump is guilty Why won't the DA charge him Can someone please check American justice for a pulse What the actual F is going on in New York with Alvin Bragg I mean having read now the whole resignation letter it just could not be clearer Donald Trump committed a crime We have all the evidence to indict him now And as you were saying I think in this piece when the people deserve an answer he says it's ongoing and yet he's returning evidence to people So what is happening in New York He's killed that investigation and that is an unsupportable decision based on the evidence and the law What we don't know is what motivated him to kill a solid investigation into Donald Trump That's something that I maintain needs to be aggressively investigated Remember when governor Cuomo got in trouble what did the attorney general's office to James do They investigated They investigated misconduct by a New York government official They should be doing the same darn thing with respect to Alvin Bragg Plus some great investigative journalists ought to be deep digging deep and hard and trying to uncover what motivated brag because it's not the law or the facts It's something else I'm not prepared to say what Because I'm not going to accuse the man of something without having evidence I think some of many of us are so confused by the state local this that is letitia James going to be able to cover some of the things that Bragg should have covered She has civil and criminal going on just talk to us about New York and the breakdown works in most states the attorney general's office Tisch James office in New York is largely a civil operation That's why tish James is suing the Trump organization or going to bring suit We believe for civil fraud And that's where she was trying to interview and depose Donald Trump and Don Junior and Ivanka in that civil fraud investigation There is a little bit of lingering ability for an attorney general like Tisch James to bring some crime some business and financial crimes As opposed to just bringing civil cases And so it remains to be seen Of course she was working in concert with Cy Vance's office We don't know if she's working in concert with the newly constituted New York district attorney's office But I do think she now needs to enter into that fray in whatever way she's lawfully authorized to enter both to investigate Bragg and if there are some limited crimes she has the jurisdiction to prosecute she ought to do that too Real quick before we go I gotta get Florida a couple things Our friend Lawrence tribe says an stinging 288 page ruling U.S. district court chief judge Mark walker declared the bulk of the state's new voting rules unconstitutional and issued a permanent injunction barring their enforcement This is historic It should mark a turning point that seems to me to be really good news on voting rights What's your take Yeah so I have been optimistic that the courts would hold by and large on voting rights They held in the presidential election which frankly is the only reason we have the legitimately elected president Joe Biden and not Donald Trump It is because the court's held And I know Marc Elias and company are attacking every state voter nullification law They will be successful in most of those cases Ultimately I think the courts are going to hold and give us a lot of help on the voter suppression and voter nullification front Right Okay and then finally a group both are a dozen students parents educators advocates filed a federal lawsuit against Ron DeSantis and the state's board of education alleging the newly enacted state legislation that don't say gay bill would stigmatize silence in a race LGBTQ people in Florida's public schools It is asking for the bill to be struck down What's your take Yeah this is oppression by legislation That's what this is This is hateful legislators and governors trying to silence demean beat up on anybody Anybody that they don't like whether for race religion ethnicity national origin the lifestyle orientation personal decisions and they just are offended They don't like it They're scared by anything that's different and anybody that threatens their supremacy So this is oppression by legislation and it will not stand Well I just want to give you the two sides and the lawsuit that says it is hard to imagine anything more offensive to our constitutional system than treating one group of school kids as second class based solely on who they are or who their parents are this law can not be allowed to stand The government's governor's communications director said the lawsuit is a political Hail Mary to undermine parental rights in Florida One after Disney said to the extent Disney has funded these efforts I don't even know if that's true The parents beware the dollars you spend to make little boys and girls.

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'Significant' evidence suggests Trump Organization misstated asset values for more than a decade, NY AG says

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

'Significant' evidence suggests Trump Organization misstated asset values for more than a decade, NY AG says

"After a civil investigation into his business practices uncovered evidence that he may have misstated the values of assets like golf courses in skyscrapers on financial statements for more than a decade trump had appealed the lower court's subpoena in papers filed late Monday Attorney General Leticia James's office said it had every right to question trump as it seeks to determine whether the mis represented value shown to lenders taxing authorities and other business interests constituted fraud and if so who committed that fraud the AG is also seeking to uphold a ruling forcing trump's two eldest children I Baca and Donald junior to testify Julie

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"james office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A check of the latest world in national news Nancy lions is standing by hands Thanks Tim the FDA is expanding eligibility for Pfizer booster shots for use in 12 to 15 year olds teen 16 and up are already eligible to get a Pfizer booster along with adults It comes as the nation battles the omicron variant and more kids are being hospitalized A major winter storm has shut down much of official Washington today but when Senate Democrats get back to work this week they'll pick up where they left off in 2021 looking for a path for President Biden stalled economic agenda Brown university political scientist Wendy schiller says Democrats need to focus on what matters to voters They send their children to school They want them to be safe They want to be safe from COVID They want them to stay from gun violence And that feels like it's slipping away You can't go to work because of COVID The vaccines work but they don't work perfectly again that can be attributed as a government failure Wendy schiller at Brown university New York's attorney general is digging deeper into former president Donald Trump's business practices we learn more from Bloomberg's Nathan Hager Attorney general letitia James office has issued subpoenas to Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr. as part of her probe into whether the Trump organization manipulated the value of key assets for tax and insurance purposes The AG has already demanded the former president's testimony by this Friday Trump sued James last month in a bid to block her probe accusing her of political motivations The former president's other adult son Eric testified in October after fighting to delay the questioning himself In Washington I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day.

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, Ivanka, Don Jr subpoenaed by NY attorney general

"Donald Donald Trump Trump and and his his two two oldest oldest children children are are now now facing facing subpoenas subpoenas as as part part of of an an ongoing ongoing civil civil probe probe into into the the family's family's business business practices practices New New York York Attorney Attorney General General it it too too should should James James has has issued issued subpoenas subpoenas to to the the ex ex president's president's son son Donald Donald junior junior and and the the daughter daughter Ivanka Ivanka James's James's office office says says it it wants wants testimony testimony and and documents documents in in connection connection with with an an investigation investigation into into whether whether the the trump trump organization organization misled misled banks banks were were tax tax officials officials by by inflating inflating the the value value of of assets assets the the trumps trumps are are expected expected to to try try and and quash quash the the subpoenas subpoenas which which would would set set up up a a legal legal fight fight like like the the one one last last year year after after James James saw saw testimony testimony from from Eric Eric trump trump that that ended ended with with the the judge judge forcing forcing him him to to speak speak with with James James as as investigators investigators Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington

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WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"james office" Discussed on WTOP

"One 42 knew this afternoon subpoenas are issued to a former president Trump and his two eldest children in connection with an ongoing civil investigation into the family's business practices New York attorney general letitia James office says in a court filing it wants testimony and documents from Trump Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump in connection with an investigation into properties owned or controlled by Trump and the Trump organization Thursday marks one year since rioters stormed the capitol leaving millions of dollars in damage and exposing just how vulnerable America's symbol of democracy has become to security threats K Ryan talked about talked about it with the new capital police chief I come in here and I've said a couple of times I'm not taking any chances U.S. capitol police chief Tom manger took the job in July and hit the ground running to address security vulnerabilities exposed by the January 6th insurrection Because frankly I don't think that the American public nor the members of Congress would tolerate another failure from the U.S. capitol police department So for example when supporters of people being prosecuted for their roles in the January 6th rioting held a rally in September major put into practice all the things the department had learned Look it turns out the 400 people showed up but we didn't know if it was going to be 4400 or 4000 That's okay says manger We're going to air on the side of doing more than we perhaps need to to make sure that everybody here is safe Kate Ryan It's one 43.

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106.1 FM WTKK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Significantly livelier than one in nearly any face to face setting. The wave at the conclusion of these remote meetings causes a range of reactions among those who do it from embarrassment to enthusiasm. Yet NBC News says psychologists, body language experts and those who studied digital communication all agree, waving at the end of Zoom and other calls is a good thing. It suggest that Just because we have been socially distance for the past 14 months does not mean we have become socially inept. Eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Once again, Here's Jennifer Grishenko and now the three big things you need to know. Number one. A New York state investigation looking into whether the Trump organization illegally inflated the value of its properties is now examining whether any criminal misdeeds occurred. For more than two years. New York Attorney General Leticia James's office has been investigating former President Trump and his company after former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen claimed they fraudulently boosted property values to obtain tax breaks and better terms on loans and insurance. Until now, that probe had been strictly civil in nature. Number two House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says he opposes plans for a bipartisan commission to investigate the January six assault on the U. S. Capitol. Dismissing the independent probe is counterproductive and short sighted. Remember on good Friday on officer was killed at the capital. We don't need to investigate that. What about all the riots that have led up throughout the summer that the unrest from BLM and teeth and others know you can't investigate that? This is driven solely by politics and Nancy Pelosi. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans in his chamber are undecided. Number three in North Carolina district Attorney says the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr by sheriff deputies in Elizabeth City, North Carolina in April was justified. 42 year old black man was shot during an encounter with Pascua Tank County Sheriff's Office deputies who were attempting to issue drug related search and arrest warrants to Andrew Womble. In this case, the deputies used the amount of force team reasonably appropriate by.

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Did Trump Organization Misrepresent Asset Values?

Toby and Chilli

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Did Trump Organization Misrepresent Asset Values?

"Say they've opened a criminal investigation into the Trump organization. New York Attorney General Leticia James's office has been probing former President Trump's business over whether it misrepresented how much its assets are worth. The U. S

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New York Sues Amazon, Saying It Inadequately Protected NYC Workers From Covid-19

Brian Lehrer

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

New York Sues Amazon, Saying It Inadequately Protected NYC Workers From Covid-19

"New York's attorney general, is suing Amazon over the company's alleged mistreatment of workers during the pandemic. Attorney General Leticia James says the company failed to take adequate health and safety measures. To protect employees in New York, for example, by knowingly operating at Staten Island warehouse with dozens of workers who had the Corona virus and not notifying other workers who came into contact with them. James says the company also illegally fired employees who raised concerns. A spokesperson for Amazon says the lawsuit doesn't paint an accurate picture of the company's actions. It sued James's office last week, alleging that she is overstepping

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