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Impeachment trial: Trump's Defense began on Saturday
"To the defense of president trump began yesterday with two hours of opening arguments from White House lawyers in the Senate impeachment trial W. T. O. P.'s Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill very very very all persons are commanded to keep silent on pain of imprisonment the Senate sergeant at arms as the trial resumed White House counsel Patsy baloney began by arguing that house Democrats are essentially calling on senators to tear up ballots from the last presidential election they're here to perpetrate the most massive interference in election in American history and we can't allow that to happen the president's attorneys sought to re but many of the points made by house Democrats including the assertion that president trump wanted to withhold aid to Ukraine to get that country to investigate his political rivals the president's attorney Jay secular and others argued that the president was concerned about corruption and getting other countries to do more of their share and he maintains the house Democrats are trying to read into the intentions of too many witnesses they can read everybody's intention even when the principal speakers will witnesses themselves insist that those interpretations are wrong the White House legal team will resume opening arguments on
Democrats wrap up their final day of arguments
"Seven Democrats wrap up their final day of arguments in the impeachment trial of president Donald Trump ABC's Erin to Turkey has more on the developments and what comes next Democrats have made their case in exhausting Republican Lindsey Graham what's a repetitive detail I don't know about you but it became mind numbing after awhile I got the general point you're trying to make the fourth time you tell me so they're over trying their case on the third and final day of their presentation democratic prosecutor Adam Schiff warned president trump would continue to abuse the power of his office unless check by the Senate merely exposing the present scheme is not stopped him from continuing this destructive I don't know behavior that has brought us to this summer moment he is who he is that will not change and nor will the danger associated with him every piece of evidence supports that terrible conclusion that the president of the United States will abuse his power again as Democrats prepared to see the podium to the defense congressman Jason crow anticipated an argument from the president's legal team the aid was released and investigations whenever announced so therefore no harm no foul right well this defense would be laughable if this issue wasn't so serious the president's attorney Jay secular will begin making the case for acquittal on Saturday we're gonna rub pot and review I'm gonna put on an affirmative case tomorrow and we're at the capitol now with ABC's Monaco's Robbie Mona the focus shifted from abuse of power to obstruction of Congress did towards the end of the house managers making their case about the abuse of power they started talking about this alleged cover up they said president trump as you play that clip I tried hard to cheat he got caught and then he worked hard to cover it up and that is when they began talking about the obstruction of Congress we heard the house managers say that the White House achieved an unprecedented level of stonewalling in fact arguing that the president may have set a dangerous precedent by defying those congressional subpoenas and now they're argued that transactions were the worst nightmare of the founding fathers and if left unchecked could further lead to corruption of the office again we heard a lot about orchestrating a cover up we heard from Congress woman Sylvia Garcia who said not only did the president orchestrate that cover a but he did it in plain sight first by refusing to turn over the whistleblowers complained then by ordering the executive branch and not to cooperate in the inquiry they also stress that the White House blocked certain are members of the administration who are testifying in the house inquiry from even obtaining it documents that might help to help them prepare for that testimony they played a clip from even bass record and someone who I'd made that claim more he said repeatedly stated that he cannot access documents that could have helped him refresh his memory now odd the president's legal team is currently arguing that the house could you could have taken those issues concerning subpoenas to the court and we heard from a representative log Lofgren's you use pointed out that at the time at the same time from his own department of defense in the McGann case is actively arguing that the court should have no jurisdiction and forcing congressional subpoena so kind of trying to anticipate the job presidents defense's argument regarding the obstruction of justice charge and that will all start tomorrow when the president's legal team will
Democrats in impeachment trial say Trump abused his power for political gain
"House Democrats took Thursday to argue that the president abused his power by pressuring Ukraine for his own personal gain today the only one of the second article of impeachment he faces obstruction of Congress house manager Val Deming's president trump did not jazz break the law he jeopardize our national security CBS news correspondent Natalie brands of president defended himself in a torrent of tweets one from confidante told CBS news that GOP senators have been warped vote against the president and your head will be on a pike house managers will wrap up their opening arguments on Friday and the president's defense is expected to kick off their turn in a shortened session on Saturday president trump's attorney Jay secular if the other side were to get witnesses we would have a series of witnesses but we are nowhere near that process yet CBS
"jay secular" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"But that's not the last byte. Then they'll come back in when you die and take another forty percent. Estate the estate tax the death tax. And then ten percent in the state of New York. My my account noise says don't die in New York. I said believe me I'm going to try not to write. Well, but this is the problem. So whether it's whether it's racial overtones, the anti-semitism the abortion issue taxes, they taken this position. And I think this is what they think is. I mean, obviously someone within that side of the political sphere thinks this is working. And so the Bernie Sanders harbor medium and say and the Joe Bines tomorrow, and does the party there's a Democratic Party decided to go this very aggressive left, which I think they've already made that decision, and where does that take the country, and I don't think the country rejected at the end of the day. I do not think the United States America is going to the fact that we if we don't reject it socialism. We will. We will end up as will end up in poverty. We now have more energy resources available produce more energy than Saudi Arabia and Russia and we've only begun to tap into the natural gas resources, we have and think of all the wars that have been fought over the lifeblood of any economy, which is energy. All right. We'll continue. We'll ask Jay secular on the other side as the council for the president. What the latest is on the so-called Mullah report. Listen, if you love the second amendment, you responsible gun owner like me, what do you think about hitting the range with a brand new gun? Well, it sounds like a great idea or friends at the USCCA want your dreams to come true. And remember the other group that always helps to train protect responsible gun owners. Just like you and me and right now they're giving away a gun every single day. All you have to do is check it out and register now they're going to do this every day, and it all ends on February the twenty eighth official rules on the. Page. All you have to do is. Text the word..
"jay secular" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"jay secular" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Counsel for the American Center for law and Justice. Jay secular. All right. So the hearings are going on in Capitol Hill right now, literally the Senate Judiciary committee is in session is we're coming to you live. We're taking your calls much reaction. What you've heard so far. Poem is already ringing one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten literally the hearing has just been going underway as we're on the air about a little less than an hour. We there's been opening statements. This is exactly how these processes work. It's again as you're starting to see if the following this. You're watching this. It is not a court proceeding. It is a Senate Judiciary hearing, and that is under the advice and consent clause of the United States constitution. So what you have here is not a trial with evidence and objections. You haven't heard a lot of objections or or any kind of interruptions, even by the lawyers have been one so far as we've gone live here aware lawyer wanted additional documents shown, but the party that's involved here. The accuser, Dr Ford has given her opening statement and the questions are being put forward on the Republican side by a former DA assistant DA was in charge of the sex crimes unit and Maricopa County the Democrats are asking the questions. Individually, we could talk about the effectiveness of the way the questions are going from the Republicans. I was at a good move wasn't not. We'll talk about some of that. We'll talk about process, but we really want to hear from you as you're watching this right now at eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten then you just left. What was your sense starting out? What's the feeling in the room? Yeah. That's where actually I was gonna start Jay because I've been in these committee rooms a lot during the course of my career. I have never been in a committee room that feels like this. I mean, it it's very tense. It's very packed certainly a very serious proceeding. Jay, I I will tell you this though, I'm I'm pleased with the level of respect that that both sides are afford the process so far we said on this broadcast yesterday. We wanted to things we wanted a fair process where both sides got to put their side forward. And we wanted a presumption of innocence as should happen in the United States of America J. I think both of those things are happening now, obviously, we're not gonna be able to predict an outcome here until you've heard both sides. We certainly do not have that yet. But let me tell you this committee room. Jay, unlike one I've ever been in before. Here's the other thing. I think you have to understand here is this this is we're only our into this. So this hearings. Probably go a good part of the day. What's your assessment? So far look for Brett Kavanagh's perspective. He's now hearing from the accuser so what he's doing? I'm sure is anybody would do as you're prepared you he may want to address specific allegations that are made as they're being made. And they were very direct allegations in the opening statement. But remember you're hearing right now from the accuser so that part of the procedure that's going forward right now. Yeah. I think that again, it's it's tough to make any determination until you've heard from both parties here, so far it's tracked with the statement of the the gap sort of there are being discussed and no new information to shed light on those gaps. So the biggest gap I think so far robbery. Yeah. There's a single person who also said they went to this party. Yeah. So here's the issue. I think if you look at it legally right now, then they may be able to tie it up as it goes on. And that is again, I'm not saying this didn't happen. I'm just saying just looking at it as a lawyer, what do you know, so far it's hurts. Her her statement sounds credible. When she gives her statement, there's a I think a big gap right now. And that big gap is more focused on my view is this Trump traumatic event happen. How did you get from the event where to place these people's house to your house, which was either six to eight miles away? So far again, we're on air. Now, there could be discussing it. So so far there was not a real answer for that. Now, could it be the trauma so significant that you kind of blocked that out of your brain? I don't know. I'm not a psychiatrist I'm not a psychologist. I will say this that I think in all of this. What you have to look at is going to be a totality of circumstances. You're hearing one side right now than brick Cavanaugh will go with this. And and ultimately there will be a vote tomorrow in the committee, the weather. He goes forward or not I think it's going to be that straight. There may be you know, these other witnesses that have come up so far there's not been any cooperating evidence there. So I don't see any of those coming forward. But there may be questions on those to judge Cavanaugh. We don't know. All right. We're taking a break we come back. We'll take more your calls went or we'll tell you start taking your calls. Eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero. So stay tuned. We'll give you some analysis coming Facebook periscope share.
"jay secular" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Jaysekulow knows what north korea is coming to the table so kim jong hoon would be the first to do this his father didn't do it is grandpa didn't do it other presidents don't wanna do this president wants to do it i think that the economic sanctions have had an impact the fact that we are working with the chinese stop the flow of goods from china has had an impact jay segula live weeknights at six right before larry elder at seven am nine seventy theater i like jay secular we're lucky to have him but he is the president attorney joe doesn't that sort of take away a little bit when he commenting on the president's policies you know he's not going to be critical actually let me not say anything before i get in trouble let me tell you about balance of nature i have three red balance of nature capsules in my front pocket that i can't wait to gobble down i'm being informed that verne troyer died yesterday afternoon so i i guess i'm just behind the times i thought it was very on top of things but clearly i'm at least ten hours behind so apologies that was not the level of breaking news that it seemed to be but balance of nature is fruits and vegetables and capsule form it gives you all the nutrients of fruits and vegetables imagine eating thirty one servings of fruits and vegetables every single day imagine the impact that that would have on your health well you don't have to imagine if you take balance of nature that's exactly what's happening you are consuming thirty one fruits and vegetables every day not astra extracts but the actual fruits and vegetables.
"jay secular" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"This client at the height of a criminal investigation into the russia involvement matter and later our election night do steve schmidt eugene robinson both standing by with their take on citizenship and the us census and other of the nightstop headlines we're just getting started on a tuesday evening please stay with us wondering why the president has had so much trouble finding an experienced lawyer willing to take him on and who at this hour his his leap council negotiating with robert mueller special counsel look the president has highly qualified team with several individuals that have been part of this process tyco jay seculow for specific details on any search process outside of the white house i would refer to his outside counselor counsel i would refer you to outside outside of the white house i would refer you to jay secular that exchange today's white house briefing highlights this growing challenge for the president as muller's investigation gets closer to the oval office the president's legal team has dwindled down to just two lawyers the aforementioned secular and cobb several high powered criminal defense attorneys in and out of washington have been approached have been recruited to join the team as lead counsel representing the president and so far have declined to former members of congress from both sides of the aisle appeared on our air today to weigh in on why some lawyers are turning down the president the problem with president trump is at the people who are so seattle with him come away tainted in that process and it's kind of a different sort of commentary that the american people ought to be looking at people don't want to do business with him lawyers don't wanna represent him an attorney cannot represent a client in this case of donald trump who's going to perjure himself lie and fraud accord and that is what's coming together and the trump world and it might be his alternate unraveling also today some top senate democrats are making a new effort to protect muller from the trump white house they sent a letter to those key justice department officials who might be in the line of succession to be muller supervisor if something should happen as they say deputy attorney general rod rosenstein job these senators write in.
"jay secular" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Right as we continue jay secular was what the american centre belong justice chief counsel to the president uh we've talked a lot about what should happen here and that we really needed a general council somebody objective or a special council to get involved here and look into all of this as it relates to everything j humane we've got high ranking members in the doj in the fbi that clearly have not been honest and truthful that clearly of had agendas to me it's the biggest abuse of power case i've ever seen in my life and the american people now have gone through over a year of all of this nonsense because these people have wanted this your thoughts i think i've been calling for a special council from all of this cook by the way it's been handled the way the interplay between senior department joseph employees the move outside groups and now all of that fit together and i think because you've got senior member of the justice department bestow there by the way um so they'd been moved to different departments are different divisions but they're all still there uh the fact is that i think what you have to do is you decide when you need a special council not out muller's jobs not in his mandate but someone to come in and investigate this and make a determination now we're also waiting for an inspector general's report and that report they say is do you know any day now probably towards the end of the month and that could be a that can be a big matter i can be big issue uh and depending what's in there if it is in fact a significant that i think that um again that doesn't mean you don't need a special council there's only limited things seem to expect or general can do so i think a special council here would be appropriate i j secular we really appreciate it uh and you have you have any more comments uh new charges being brought against manafort in gates at a pair of sohail yes so this is this is not unusual that there would b a what's called a superseding indictment um so i think that that's not an unusual um situation i've been you know what it will be in and i guess old disclose.
"jay secular" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Counsel for the american center for law and justice jay secular they will who rogge as everyone's who i want to give you a little bit of a middle east update because i think it's relevant to everything that's going on we have an email let's out today that talks about that remember that funding that went from the state department to that one voice organization which was basically running a campaign against benjamin netanyahu the israeli prime minister for during election cycle will that group was headed up by mahmoud abbas the sun and we found that out through our of foia requests than we are going according getting documents on that side i say you know you gotta really go through these documents on a a very thorough basis but there we found it and this was of course a big development well now we have something else in this tells you the nature of what's going on senior palestinian official saeb erakat on saturday accused the current president president trump's administration of trying to deposed the palestinian leadership in a coup and cold the us on by two more to the united nations nikki haley that she should quote shut up and quote with our criticism of mahmoud abbas this comes at the same time jordan that the egyptians are working closer than they ever have had with the israelis including this weekend allowing airstrikes in egyptian territory to knock out isis cell groups that's right so you're seeing this further isolation that the us government is being successful add even at the united nations and in the middle east of isolating the palestinian leadership specifically inside the west bank you've got to have mass terror group they're fairly isolated from most of the middle eastern countries for the most part especially right now with the current egyptian government they they get i slade knowing concerning them any kind of partner for peace negotiations ever but what we're seeing now is redrawing out the real pal senior rhetoric we saw with mock buddha boss statement is about your piece is dead the as those accords are dead calling for the.
"jay secular" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Plaintiff's lawyer jay secular calls it a resounding victory but the lead counsel in the other big case eddie grime says he's not convinced the monetary settlement for his four hundred twenty eight client will be disclosed later this fall peter overby npr news washington embattled movie producer harvey weinstein is suing the company that fired him over sexual misconduct allegations and paris that it will be explains in his suit harvey weinstein claims that getting access to company emails his personnel file and other information will exonerate him and the company cofounded with his brother since the new york times the new yorker published accounts of the producers behavior earlier this month more than fifty women have come out with allegations against him and the once in company is tottering financially most of its board members have resigned numerous movie and tv projects have been cancelled and the company which is for sale has been scrambling to find a buyer at least one actress has already said the winds in company she alleges the company knew or should have known that wind seen with a risk to the women who met him too this is npr news us defence officials are in seoul for annual talks with their south korean counterparts defense secretary james mattis has a major topic is the trump administration's push for a diplomatic solution to the crisis over north korea's nuclear weapons programs australia's high court has disqualified deputy prime minister barnaby choice because of his dual citizenship with new zealand during the last election australia's constitution bars elected office for anyone seen as being a subject of a foreign power the bbc's phil mercer reports from sydney the disqualification of bondi joyce's cost the centreright governments its oneseat majority in australia's lower house of parliament's four other members of the upper chamber the senate's of also being thrown out of office for holding joint citizenship they had claimed they were unaware they were citizens of other countries other lost election but the high court has decided that ignorance was no defence bondi beach joyce will now face of byelection.
"jay secular" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Start asking for this concession in that concession unag concession in this one and at that point it becomes a you know would whatever congress grice minhas beholden to whatever k street lobbyists in owed them becomes a matter of who they gonna put as their top priority so we'll hit all their today jay secular is going to weigh in on those latest as it relates to uranium one way these see what i am lane now for tv to live and work in on this all day weighty you see what we lay out tonight i think you're gonna love it was such a good tv show tonight with sarah quarter john solomon jay secular newt gingrich and ivanka trump is going to join us tajiddin do a lot of interview so she's pushing heavily for the tax fell she wants the tax bill and soulful afford to talk in her later today so the reason i was at all of these so friday of this week it's been a twoyear project i don't i'm going to tell you governor's gonna speak very honestly from my heart i don't like to ever ask this audience to buy stuff i just don't i don't want you don't want a and i don't know why i've always resisted occasionally we sold because somebody said it was a great idea for a charity or great idea for this reason for that reason very very sparingly you know like cats and teeshirts and then other people say well nobody's going to buy it if they don't want it in i don't know i just it's not my thing i've written three books owes i felt inspired of the times to do all three of them and i'm done a promise you i'm done with books the only book i might right with the end of my career everything i really wanted to tell you but i couldn't because i knew would get me fired which on done by joke around with people because they liked dumped me on my own radio show occasionally words i did say one bad word on the pulpit it wasn't that bad is the jackass that's all i said and i don't think it's that bad but pastor scott well he chastises me after the talk we had but what a great crowd we at last night anyway so we had that end but i gotta tell you i.
"jay secular" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Would have to have a grand jury at some point so it's not really surprising that he's done it though it is dramatic the president's attorney jay secular oh was asked about this on fox here's what he had to say imperilling of the grand jury we have no reason to believe the president's under investigation here and just to be clear we don't actually know otherwise correct the appointing the grand jury calling for the grand jury is no indication that the president is under investigation so i think you know the president and the people around him have made a sort of could have a peculiar fixation with the phraseology under investigation and they love saying that the president is not under investigation and the president himself in his interactions with jim colmey was you have a sort of obsession with this idea that other james comey did indicate that the president was not under investigation co co correct and i think you know to save first of all to say that somebody is not personally under investigation is not high praise um and when you are investigating a you know complicated cab low that involves a lot of people you generally don't designate the targets of the investigation until quite late in the process when you have enough information to indict somebody or to seek an indictment you're saying you don't know at this point well i would i would say is the organizations that donald trump led are certainly the subject of a major investigation and donald trump's personal conduct at least with respect to the his interactions with his uh fbi director are certainly the subject of an investigation and if what mr secular means by that comment is that the president has not been formally designated as a target of the investigation that is undoubtedly true point i'm just not sure how significant the fact that is i'm gonna draw attention to a letter he wrote an open letter to address the vice president mike pence since that you you co authored this and it was urging him to prepare for office in a post trump era the supposition they're being that that the president would be found guilty of something that would have or some circumstance would lead him to have to leave office you're lawyer of you operate within the frameworks of of of the legal questions here are you jumping the.
"jay secular" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the reporting of my colleagues here at the post that the president with fully aware that the meeting with more than just about the abduction issue and that he was intentionally defective and misleading and and concealing of key information when he put together that statement zone sun president of the united states new when he put together that statement force son he was intentionally deceptive was misleading than what else and and just not providing the complete picture so we you know this was a strategic pr move by the president and and charlie if you know it's in keeping with the way he's behaved over many years including in his business life where he likes to manage these things himself he had a history in new york of calling the new york tabloids him south sometimes even posing as they found spokesman under s under a false name so this is totally the behavior in keeping with with donald trump's past six jess highly unusual for a president of the united states to act this way and overrule the advice of his advisers so it was his own hubris it that led him not to follow his lawyers advice in this case what are the implications other than the mower investigation well the the only other implication i think would just be the president's credibility it's another example of him misleading the public uh you know there's there's a long history of falsehoods that he's uttered as president and certainly as a presidential candidate running for the office and it's just money the water there the other problem is that the president's attorney jay secular oh was on television on meet the press shortly after this statement came out and he said emphatically that president trump had nothing to do with the crafting affects statement now it's possible that secular or any other attorneys didn't know about the president's involvement at the time if that interview that they learned about it after the fact but but the the discovery that their reporting that we've had in the washington post exposes all of the talking points if not really not true frankly remind me of what the subject head was for these am emails i don't exactly remember the exact i don't want to quote you the subject had but i the.
"jay secular" Discussed on WGTK
"Sunday also making the rounds was president trump's lawyer jay secular oh who says nobody's talking about pardons of the white house's some mainstream media outlets have been reporting while it makes for interesting academic discussions let me tell you what the legal team is not doing were not researching the issue because the issue of barnes is not on the table there's nothing to foreign from the white house indicated sunday that president donald trump would sign a sweeping russia sanctions measure but the house could take up as early as tuesday a measure requires them to get congress has permission before lifting or easing the economic panel these against moscow on a why is the first day to prepare the public for the possibility of a ballistic missile strike from north korea we get details now from correspondent patrick faucet states emergency management agency has announced a public education campaign about what to do a wide lawmakers have been urging emergency management officials to update cold war era plans for coping with a nuclear attack as north korea develops nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles that can reach the island's patrick false reporting more on these stories at town hall dot com dennis prager here for two years now i've been telling you about my wife sue try relieffactor because of her deep pain at worked this is before i ever even heard about the product i've mirroring doors to pain reliever but now i am and yes now i'm take relief factor to maybe you've heard me call it a miracle in fact listen to one man from texas road i was having pain in my left thumb area and left side of my leg for mine me about four inches up after about a week of take you relief factor the pain in my leg has gone away and a few days later the pain in my left hand is gone we've gotten cells winds of these testimonials and if you're struggling with ongoing back her neck pain shoulder hip bring me pain or general muscle aches pain do.
"jay secular" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"The trump junior jay secular oh us secret service story now for those you did not see the story busy weekend vacation whatever it may be i'll give you a quick synopsis of what happened so you're probably familiar with the the trump jr russian lawyer meeting stories a russian lawyer who met with donald trump jr under the premise from a third party that she had some kind of information on hillary she didn't meeting was waste the time uh and i as i said repeatedly media was a bad idea bad ideas are made happened all the time in politics and i'll answer for the audience yes we heard about an ad nauseam the people get sick of it i know i got an email from a guy i this is not about the trump russia they i promise because i get people are totally tired of me to but his but a different angle something came up this weekend and abby get a ton of questions on a job it up jay secular who is a legal representative for the administration secular would set on one of the sunday shows who he's a very good guy by the way and this is a very common mistake emma thrown onto the bus he had said well you know if if this meeting basically bse at big of a deal in this woman was some high level intelligence operative from the russians while witness secret service have stopped her from meeting with don jr anyway said accurately summit up chelliah pretty much pretty yeah the the secular was as as a representative for the president he he said that an ad again amac thrown them under the bus him no this is a common mistake though he said why did the secret service stop this woman if she was such a danger to the to the country i guess is is is the best way to say we yet.
"jay secular" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"You have the king great now you have sort of uh you know what fake bic model of a car and fix them it's up we don't like an opennecked your model of this carpeted though essentially the pain car and opened the fourth grade a lot of people but that's kind of where we are are we looking at a situation will reduce have lawmakers sore beholden to lobbyists who i won't make significant changes god is that part of it absolutely i know but in indicate author you're looking situation where there are lawmakers who at they cauca in which they roughly speaking republican generally of that before they are united that generally they do not like obamacare what they're not united about exactly why uh there are a lot of we didn't they have everybody out good reason but there's not a majority in terms that we all hate the thing going we want to replace it with a thing they all have different redon ever political thing you look at very interesting and there's one thing people need to understand if you're at rupaul ruko politics though go you know the the the daughter polled everything go back and look at the helped here obamacare popularity lying interestingly discovered that this morning it would always a net negative net debt the prove until the week of donald trump's inauguration and about 70 percentage point whipped never since then the majority of americans quite a favor of the obama kedo and so you look at that it does it amy jo much dozens of political let you know like i do what do you keep on the older like well i didn't i don't like obamacare because you know i'm i'm upset about this particular medicaid thing they just don't like him four they did like him and now he's got the equation flipped makes roger it's roger abrams in general counsel at amirah flex the benefits administrator a lawyer for president trump says the laws were broken when donald trump jr agree to a meeting last summer to hear what was described as a russian government offer of allegedly damaging information about presidential rival hillary clinton the lawyer jay secular oh was dispatched to all five five major sunday morning news programs to defend.
"jay secular" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Jay seculars with us chief counsel american center for law and justice and now is working for president trump i where is this end if if all of these conflicts are ignored if all of these instances a real crimes loretta lynch hillary clinton or ignored and where does this all linda well for the good of the republic it it's gotta end up within the framework of the constitution which means you for avenue brace very significant in real issues and that means that if you've got i think the james comey matter for instance has to be looked at after i would do it through our grand jury empaneled grand jury and see what w when when on here why did he think it was okay to give this information out why do you think it was okay to leak it to the new york times why did he that were a professor who leaked it to new york times why do you think it was okay for him to do this with the attentive drawing a special council why is that okay again special council has been established but the idea that this was drawn out this way raises serious issues and then you go back to what we've been talking about for a year and a half it's it's ninety even the fair to say it's a doublestandard it's like a quadruple standard here of what's going on but sean at the end of the day we have to remember what's at stake and that is the constitutional republic was franklin at famously said when asked what the constitution meant he said it's a republic madam if you can keep it we are fighting that battle for the constitution today that's what this is all about explained of people i go through this in greater detail what is your definition of the deep state and all of these intelligence leaks and you know i'm now calling it a fourth branch of government is that offer my right now i mean it's it's the the bureaucrats or the the unelected bureaucrats are the fourth branch government there's only one problem in the constitution we three branches so this idea that you know we have this these unelected bureaucrats that are holdovers from who knows how we're seeing the previous administration sean some of these people are holdovers from forty years ago there career bureaucrats but you talked about the leaking.
"jay secular" Discussed on KELO
"Jay seculars with us cheap council american center for law and justice and now is working for president trump i it is this end if if all of these conflicts are ignored if all of these instances a real crimes loretta lynch hillary clinton or ignored and where does this all end up well for the good of the republic it it's gotta end up within the framework of the constitution which means you for avenue brace very significant and real issues and that means that if you've got i think the james comey matter for instance has to be looked at after i would do it through grand jury empaneled grand jury and see what went went on here why did he think it was okay to give this information out why do you think it was okay to leak it to the new york times why did he were a professor who leaked it to new york times why do you think it was okay for him to do this with the intent of growing special council why is that okay again special council has been established but the idea that this was drawn out this way i raises serious issues and then you go back to what we've been talking about for a year and a half it's it's not even fair to say it's a doublestandard it's like the quadruple standard here of what's going on but sean at the end of the day we have to remember what's at stake and that is the constitutional republic was franklin famously said when asked what the constitution meant he said it's a republic madam if you can keep it we are fighting that battle for the constitution today that's what this is all about explained the people i go through this ingraham detail what is your definition of the deep state and all of these intelligence leaks and you know i'm now calling it a fourth branch of government is that offer my right now i mean it's it's the the bureaucrats are the the unelected bureaucrats are the fourth branch of government there's only one problem in the constitution we three branches so this idea that you know we have this season elected bureaucrats that are holdovers from who knows how we're saying the previous administration sean some of these people are holdovers from forty years ago there career bureaucrats but you talked about the leaking.
"jay secular" Discussed on WJDX
"Jay seculars where the chief counsel american center for law and justice and now is working for president trump i where is this end if if all of these conflicts are ignored if all of these instances a real crimes loretta lynch hillary clinton or ignored then where does this all end up well for the good of the republic it it's gotta end up within the framework of the constitution which means you for avenue brace very significant and real issues and that means that if you've got i think the james comey matter for instance has to be looked at a through i would do with grand jury empaneled grand jury and see what w when when on here why did he think it was okay to give this information out why do you think was okay to leak it to the new york times why did he thought were a professor who leaked it to new york times why do you think it was okay for him to do this with the intent of growing a special council why is that okay again special council has been established but the idea that this was drawn out this way raises serious issues and then you go back to what we've been talking about for a year and a half it's it's not even to fair to say say it's a doublestandard it's like a quadruple standard here of what's going on but sean at the end of the day we have to remember what's at stake and that is the constitutional republic was franklin famously said when asked what the constitution meant he said it's a republic madam if you can keep it we are fighting that battle for the constitution today that's what this is all about expose join the people i go through this in greater detail what is your definition of the deep state in all of these intelligence leaks and you know i'm now calling it a fourth branch of government is that offer a my right now i mean it's it's the the bureaucrats are the the unelected bureaucrats of the fourth branch of government there's only one problem in the constitution we've three branches so this idea that you know we we have this these elected bureaucrats that are holdovers from who knows how we're seeing the previous administration sean some of these people are holdovers from forty years ago there career bureaucrats put you talked about the leaking.