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Trump rape accuser 'stunned' at DOJ no-show at court hearing

Democracy Now! Audio

01:09 min | 4 d ago

Trump rape accuser 'stunned' at DOJ no-show at court hearing

"And here in New York federal judge just announced till. Decide without hearing oral arguments whether president trump can be privately sued for defamation for comments. He made has president against e Jean Carroll who accused trump of raping her in the one thousand nine, hundred, Ninety s the Justice Department wants to crush the case by switching the defendant from trump to the united. States government arguing trump's denial of a rape accusation was done in his official capacity as president or arguments were scheduled for. Wednesday. But the Justice Department's lawyer who traveled from Virginia was denied entry to the new. York courtroom due to the states quarantine rules. The Justice Department then opted not to do oral arguments by phone Jean Carole criticized the government's handling the case. It was a stunning and shocking day. A woman. Who makes a complaint against a powerful man? Women in this country must be assured. That her case will not be tossed off to the DOJ. Again. That's Jean Carol who's accused Donald Trump of

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"jean carole" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:44 min | Last month

"jean carole" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Clothing that she had been wearing that night which had DNA on it and he fought trump's fought mightily to keep from having to turn over his day which something that someone who couldn't possibly have committed rape would not do. and so he had lost everything in State Court. So Bill Barr sought to remove this case from the State Court to the Federal Court under under ostensibly under this rule that if. A The best example that I've heard so far as you know, a federal employee is working in a state and gets it in the course of their say it's an FBI agent in the course of their. going to the scene of an incident or in their investigation, get into a car accident and kill someone as a federal employees that case removed to federal court to assert the defense that the person was acting in the scope of their employment that requires a determination usually by the US attorney in that particular jurisdiction that the employee was acting in the scope of their employment and then a decision to remove it to stay court. in this case. It appears that bar intervened personally, which is should surprise no one. to remove this case claiming that Trump's alleged defamation. Was Him acting within the scope of his office as President of the United States, and so he removed the case to federal court. It's up to a federal judge now to decide whether or not. that the cases properly before the federal court and I don't think that by expects a federal judge to rule in his favor. What I think he wants to do is to keep trump from having to turn over DNA before the election where the results of that DNA test would come forward and be exposed before the election and people would know. So, but he had rape teaching Carol I agree with your analysis completely but but just to, let's assume you're wrong and a federal court says, yeah, this is totally appropriate place. The natural extension of this I think incorrectly from wrong is if donald trump were to lose if Jean Carole were to win you margin I and the taxpayers of America would pay. Whatever. Liability. Donald trump was found to have that. Is that correct? Right. That's exactly right. I mean there's The assertion would be that there was something qualified immunity would protect the president from being sued in any event, but there is certainly You know law with the from Clinton v Jones, the Paula Jones case the Clinton. When all up to the Supreme Court of the United States, it said, no, a sitting president can be sued civilly and in fact. You Recall Clinton had to. Sit for a deposition in that case. and he you know that case, the civil case was not with Paula..

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"jean carole" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:40 min | Last month

"jean carole" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Yeah I mean when you told me, you lay that out I mean what I find fascinating here is it seems to me actually a category of two and it's interesting that cone brings up the Saudis and NBS because it really does seem that there's there's two leaders and two countries about which there can be no criticism whatsoever I mean they hacked to death a news, an American newspaper columnist Miss. Saudi national but American newspaper columnist. And Mike Pompeo went to go grip and Grin and bear and trump's even on the record saying the Saudis by lots of toys from trump I like the Saudis like the outcomes razor here is Donald. Trump likes money the Saudis and the Russians have lots of money. ARRIGO DONALD, trump WILMA, criticize the Saudis, and Russia's no matter what they do because he wants some of that sweet sweet cash on the other end of this Gig. It. Certainly appears that way Chris I'd also add as Michael counted though we all acknowledge my on is a felon who has served time in jail but nonetheless, this desire for power were self aggrandizement or everything be about oneself. We see that in what my content, what we've all seen in Donald Trump's adoration of Kim Jong on North Korea. I mean really honestly what is there to have a door adoration about exactly Yeah that's a good point because I think obviously, there's a corruption angle here right there's a sort of looking for the financial incentives and I think with the Saudis and brush. That's clear. But I guess you could say that it Donald Trump doesn't have a lot of beliefs but one of them is like dictatorship is good or like power is good and he genuinely likes that the and that's what cone appears to be saying they're right. Let the Kim Jong makes no sense in these sort of. Transactional sense is it just seems like he genuinely likes the way the guys running the country. And think he likes leaders. Who It appears are in total control. And that is what he has attempted to do as president. You saw in the story that you just ran about Jean Carole having the Justice Department take over a personal attack that Donald trump ostensibly made allegedly made against Jean Carole using the US government for his own purposes. So I think he sees that in Putin ABC's that in MB S. Mohammad bin Salman, and he sees that in Kim Jong UN and any other leader that appears to have control over their country. That's not the US democracy. That's not what we want I. Don't think that's what the American people want, but it appears it that's what Donald Trump wants. Yeah majority of them don't seem to want it at the moment but these things are are their delicate as we have learned. As, many generations of. American. Politicians and theorists have warned Ambassador Wendy Sherman. Thank. You so much for making time with US tonight. Enki Chris that does it for all in. You can catch us every weeknight at eight o'clock on. MSNBC. Don't forget to like us on facebook that's facebook dot com slash all in with Chris. I'm tr-. Mainly host of into America, a podcast from MSNBC join me as we go into the roots of inequality and economic injustice and racial injustice, and then when you add health is a health injustice into what's at stake people are going to be voting not for a person but for stability and into what comes next into America, a podcast about who we are as Americans and who we want to become new episodes, every Monday Wednesday and Thursday subscribe now..

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"jean carole" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on KTOK

"Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one ally. Stank corrected, ladies and gentlemen. We heard. I just can't remember her name e gene, Caroline. Thank her name. Is he Jean Carole, with allegations that some people fantasize about rape sexy? Now that's pretty sick. To be honest with you. But she certainly right about one person. The Bernie Sanders rape fantasy essay explained may twenty nine twenty fifteen NPR, national pubic radio Danielle kurzweil Kirkman. Congratulations. mother jones dug up a nineteen seventy seventy-two essay that bernie sanders wrote for the vermont freeman and i'm sure this will be all over the debate stage and alternative newspaper the article called man and woman is a commentary on gender roles it's also caused a stir as as bound to happen anytime candidate mentions rape if you haven't been following the hubbub read on friday rundown of what the controversy is all about so what did bernie sanders right and what did he say about rape the sl by the vermont vermont senator who officially kicked off his presidential campaign this week kind of always running for president isn't long only a page warning the bit about rape comes at the very beginning as does some not totally safe for work language Quote, this is your man Bernie what he wrote a man goes home and blanks. His typical fantasy. Mangoes home in blanks. His typical fantasy begins with an them, and I'm not going to get into it. A woman on her knees. A woman tied up a woman abused. The centers a woman enjoys blank with their man as she fantasized being blanked raped by three men simultaneously. the man and woman get dressed up on sunday and go to church or maybe to the revolutionary political meeting have you ever looked at the stag man hero tough magazines on the shelf of your local bookstore do you know why the newspaper with the articles like Girl, twelve raped by fourteen men, sow so well to what in us are they appealing now, this is what Sanders wrote? Sanders. Think goes onto explain his ideas about gender roles and eventually gets at a sharper point that traditional gender roles help create troubling dynamics in the men's and women's sex lives. Many women seem to be walking a tightrope be as their qualities of love openness, and gentleness were too deeply enmeshed with qualities it dependencies subservience, and macho wisdom. Pat's at men. Likewise, confused, what is it? They want from a woman are they at fault? Are they perpetrating this man woman situation? Are they oppressors? this is six stuff really i don't even know one way to read the essays that sanders was doing in a supremely ham handed way what journalists do everyday draw the reader in with an attention getting lead then get to the meat of the article in the middle throwing only sticks to his larger point for three paragraphs before getting back to his fictional couple and in the essay with an imagine conversation is what he wrote and i and she said you wanted me not as a woman or as a lover as a friend but as a submissive woman or submissive friendly submissive lover and he said you're fulla blank they never again made love together which they add liked to do more than anything or never saw each other one more time Now. That's kind of sick isn't it? What are your this is fiction, very deep? Very freudian. He's he so far and above everybody else free college. Cantillon alone. Always nice sense, like a thug. He sounds like a, a communist mobster. Hey, get the rich. Man for is workers to is I'm no. I represent the workers. Now, yet, don't you crepe represent anybody? He writes a fantasy about rate. That's what he did. Anderson cooper. I'm sure that's high on your list. All right, let's get off this makes me sick. Just thinking about it. Let's go to Iran, while there's another one. Iran is in a full propaganda mode against the president of the United States. But they're also full propaganda mode against John Bolton. And there's an awful lot of relatively intelligent people who are unfortunately. Regurgitating that propaganda, Iran. does not want john bolton anywhere near the president of the united states just like the left and just like the code pink republicans And so they trash Bolton. See, he's the power behind the throne. That's what Iran wants you to believe. That's what the fools in Washington wants you to believe. There's no power behind the throne. The president's the president. He's his own man. Haven't we learned that by now? So now, the, the misfit Islam Nazi president of Iran. They do not call the president retarded today. Mr producer. We can't really play the audio because we don't know Farsi. Close the president retarded today. First of all, you can't even use that word doesn't. He know that you can't use that word. But apparently, among the slum Nazi mullah's, who enriching themselves off the backs of the people there in the name of religion, it's perfectly fine. I mean, after all they slaughtered gays they slaughter, anybody who challenges them, they slaughter, anybody who believes differently than them. No big deal. No big deal. And you know what in doing that they made their biggest mistake yet. Jenner stand. What I mean rich. They just pissed off. Donald trump. they just pissed him off i use that word i think i will bernie sanders can use other words i can use network They personally attacked the president of the United States. That is a big mistake. I'm being quite serious about this. He gave them a pass. The code pink Republicans. The hate America leftists. The hate America media. They gave the Islamic Nazi regime in Iran, a pass, they keep blooding are knows. They keep and have been killing our soldiers killing our marines. Blowing up stuff the strong countries. They want ICBM's. They want nuclear warheads on the ICBM's. But now I think they made a big mistake. Now, you keep hearing, ladies and gentlemen, about the great Iran deal. now here he is basically telling you about the great iran deal of course the rand paul types chip off the old block Ron paul. Who, of course, we all look to when it comes to national security, America. All right. Sit down settled down. but the iran deal ladies and gentlemen remember the iran deal how magnificent was and you know it had run in a box that's what they tell us iran was adhering to it wasn't a problem i read this at the american conservative Weird named for that for that magazine that website. no no no no the foreign minister in iran promised us that they're following the rules ladies and gentlemen it's the the war hawks in washington led by john bolton there the problem not the slama nazi mullah's no it's john bolton he's the problem and if the president strikes back in iran and some You know tactical way then it's on him. And then it's Bolton and Trump. Yeah, all of a sudden, the Trump supporters at your hearing. They're gonna dump on. They were ready to dump on. They were all poised. They were they were getting ready. There were warning him. You. You strike Iran. Boy, we're, we're gonna. We're gonna come after you. Well, this Iran deal was phony from day one. it protected nobody gave enormous sums of money to the enemy which he enemy is used to advance its nuclear technological activity and to fund its conventional terrorist activity This Iran deal was a fraud from day one, but you wouldn't have known it reading a newspaper more on this. When I return. I'll be right back. Lovin. The peacemaker now an ad from bundle home and auto with progressive, and save on your car insurance. Excuse me..

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"jean carole" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on WJR 760

"Avoid that area the detroit windsor tunnel closed both directions or overnight construction through five a._m. tomorrow i'm peggy hodge w._j._r. traffic and weather first kevin you're starting to sizzle as we close out the last week in june tonight will drop down to the upper sixties with overnight lows and there will be thunderstorms moving around the midnight hour but they will be weakening as they advance from western michigan temperatures on wednesday mid to upper eighties and that's where we will stay through the start of the weekend humidity comes back tomorrow and also sticks with us through saturday and sunday thunderstorm chances will arrive thursday friday saturday and just a slight shot on sunday i'm local four meteorologist ben bailey now broadcasting underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building we've once again made contact with our leader hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one ally stank corrected ladies and gentlemen We heard. I just can't remember her name e gene, Caroline. Thank her name is he Jean Carole, whether allegations that some people fantasize about rape sexy? Now that's pretty sick. To be honest with you. But she certainly right about one person. The Bernie Sanders rape fantasy essay explained may twenty nine twenty fifteen NPR National Public Radio. Danielle Curto Ben, congratulations. mother jones dug up a nineteen seventy-two essay that bernie sanders wrote for the vermont freeman and i'm sure.

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"jean carole" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To talks with his country doesn't begin with more sanctions asandra hani calls new sanctions imposed by president trump yesterday outrageous idiot eric he says the white house is afflicted by mental retardation in a tweet this morning the president called iran statement ignorant and insulting and shows they are they do not understand reality a number of administration officials are in the middle east this week secretary of state palm pao's in the united arab emirates for discussions about iran senior adviser jared kushner is in bahrain to discuss an investment plan for palestinians and national security adviser john bolton is in jerusalem for talks with his isreaeli and russian counterparts about regional security more on that from correspondent giordano miller this start of trilateral regional security meeting here in jerusalem john bolton urged iran to reopen talks to the u._s. a day after president trump announced new economic sanctions on the regime the national security advisers had trump is holding the door open for real negotiations on iran's nuclear program tehran he said just needs to quote walk through that open door his remarks come as ronnie and leaders say the doors of diplomacy have shut following sanctions that now target the supreme leader i told ali khamenei wins news times while those seven president trump is facing and others sexual assault allegation this one comes from writer jean carole in her new book what do we need men for she says trump attacked her and addressing room at bergdorfs the president dismisses her claim telling the hill she's not my type carol firing back on c._n._n. i love that glad i'm not his type in her new book the longtime advice columnists described the alleged she says happened around twenty three years ago instead of addressing room at bergdorf goodman writing trump was forcing himself on her adding it turns into a colossal struggle i try to stop his foot i try to push them off alleging it didn't stop until she says i turn open the door and run out the dressing room correspondent tom yarmuth says mr trump has face more than twenty sexual assault allegations over the years and has denied all of them carol also accuses former c._b._s. c._e._o. les moonves of assaulting her in an elevator scientists say a good thing can lead to a bad thing the good thing certain prescription drugs including antidepressants antipsychotic and anti-epileptic a._b._c. medical reporter dr jennifer ashton says people taking these drugs for at least three years are nearly fifty percent more likely to develop dementia large study done in england with people fifty five years of age or older followed them over time to see who developed to mention and looked at a very specific class of medication called anti colin urge and yet another study that showed an increased associated risk of developing dementia with this class don't claim a cause and.

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"jean carole" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To talks with his country does not begin with more sanctions how hani calls new sanctions imposed by president trump yesterday outrageous and idiotic he says the white house's afflicted by mental retardation latest sanctions or aimed at iran's supreme leader and other high ranking officials a number of administration officials are in the middle east this week secretary of state palm pao's in the united arab emirates for discussions about iran senior adviser jared kushner is in bahrain to discuss an investment plan for palestinians and national security adviser john bolton is in jerusalem for talks with as rayleigh and russian counterparts about regional security matters more on that from correspondent jordan miller start of trilateral regional security meeting here in jerusalem john bolton urged iran to reopen talks to the u._s. a day after president trump announced new economic sanctions on the regime the national security advisers had trump is holding the door open for real negotiations on iran's nuclear program tehran he said just needs to quote walk through that open door his remarks come as ronnie and leaders say the doors of diplomacy have shut following sanctions that now target the supreme leader i told ali khomeini wins news time teno seven president trump is face again others sexual assault salt allegation this one comes from writer jean carole in her new book what do we need men for she says trump attacked her and addressing room at bergdorfs my president dismisses her claim telling the hill she's not my type kiro firing back on c._n._n. i love that glad i'm not his type in her new book the longtime advice columnists described the alleged she says happened around twenty three years ago inside of a dressing room at bergdorf goodman writing trump was forcing himself on her adding it turns into a colossal struggle i try to stop his foot i try to push them off alleging it didn't stop until she says i turn open the door and run out the dressing room correspondent tom yama says mr trump is face more than twenty sexual assault allegations over the years and has denied all of them carol also accused his former c._b._s. c._e._o. less mon vaz's of salting her in an elevator scientists say a good thing can lead to a bad thing the good thing certain prescription drugs including antidepressants antipsychotic anti-epileptic a._b._c. medical reporter dr jennifer ashton says people taking these drugs for at least three years or nearly fifty percent more likely to develop dementia a large study done in england with people fifty five years of age or older followed them over time to see who developed a mention and looked at a very specific class of medication called anti colin urge and yet another study that showed an increased associated risk of developing dementia with this class i don't claim a cause and.

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"jean carole" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Children we are saying dirty children we are seeing hungry children were saying children who've been separated from their parents and other family members texas state lawmaker says only thirty of those children remain at the facility in clint president trump is dismissing claims by magazine writer jean carole he sexually assaulted her and addressing room at new york city's bergdorf goodman department store in the nineteen ninety s mr trump says carol isn't his type she tells c._n._n. i love that i was so glad i'm not his type carol claim she pushed mr trump away and he ran off police in chicago have released never before seen video of jussie smollet talking to them at his home in january right after he reported being the victim of a hate crime w._b._z. 'em radio steve miller's mola's wearing the white wrote that looks like a clothesline tied like a noose draped around his neck Take it. moola tells the officers he does want to take it off he just wanted them to see a special prosecutor is investigating the cook county prosecutor's decision to dismiss all charges few hours ago at kennedy space center too a successful liftoff for the world's most powerful rocket in operation spacex falcon heavy is carrying twenty four research satellites a deep space atomic clock of solar sail clean and green rocket fuel and the ashes of astronaut bill pogue and fourteen other people as in p futures.

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"jean carole" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Children we are seeing dirty children we are seeing hungry children were sinks children who've been separated from their parents and other family members xs state lawmaker says only thirty of those children remain at the facility in clint president trump is dismissing claims by magazine writer jean carole he sexually assaulted her and addressing room at new york city's bergdorf goodman department store in the nineteen ninety s mr trump says carol isn't his type she tells c._n._n. love that i was so glad i'm not his type carol claim she pushed mr trump away and he ran off police in chicago have released never before seen video of jussie smollet talking to them at his home in january right after he reported being the victim of a hate crime w._b._z. f._m. radio steve miller's mullah's wearing the white wrote that looks like a clothesline tied like a noose draped around his neck Take it off. moola tells the officers he does want to take it off he just wanted them to see a special prosecutor is investigating the cook county prosecutor's decision to dismiss all charges few hours ago at kennedy space center too a successful liftoff for the world's most powerful rocket in operation spacex falcon heavy is carrying twenty four research satellites a deep space atomic clock a solar sail lean and green rocket fuel and the ashes of astronaut bill pogue and fourteen other people as in futures are down three this is c._b._s. news c._b._s. news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust.

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"jean carole" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"This to this day vote Latino in half a dozen organizations what and Marshon tourney of Texas, and we help shut that facility down. We can't stop because the children. Are the ones that at the end of the day are the ones that actually gives us hope they give slight and we're not doing Justice by them a bird Jonathan Ryan. Thank you, both for journalists. Not really appreciate it. Thank you, Lawrence acute, and where we come back joy Reed will join us on her show, Saturday morning, she interviewed journalist and author Jean Carole, about her accusation of rape against Donald Trump after aging Carol, told her story on this program Friday night, tonight, the president has offered a new defense to this new rape charge, and his defense has an element of confession in it, which I'm sure he didn't realize, during read, we'll consider the president's new defense, and we'll discuss Joyce, new book, the man who sold America. On Sunday, actually released a trove of leaked vetting documents from the Trump 2016 transition team identifying what they called red flags for potential Trump nominees. Those red flags range from allegations that people like former EPA administrator, Scott Pruitt and agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue had numerous conflicts of interest, and we're too close to the industries, they were regulating when assessing former Kansas secretary of state, Chris Kobuk, who was in the running for homeland security secretary vendors listed, white supremacy as a vulnerability and cited accusations that he had ties to white supremacist groups tonight. The hill has released an interview with President Trump in which he denies the rape accusation against him that you heard on this program Friday night from the journalist and author e Jean Carroll and on Sunday morning, gene, Carol also told her story. To joy Reid on joy show here on MSNBC in his interview with the hill tonight, the president said it never happened. The president actually began his response to the rape accusation, his response to the hill in that interview with a lie. The lie was his first words. I'll say it with great respect. The president has never said anything with great respect and what he said about gene, Carol's accusation was not said, with great respect. And so after that, I lie here are the presidents exact words, I'll say it with great respect number one..

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"jean carole" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"And then his hand went I was wearing. Just a black, Donna Karen coatdress and tights. And it was a work of a second to reach in under my Donna care through my opened in the front through the Donna Karen dress, and pulled out my tight. That's what I. That's when my brain went on. That's when the adrenaline started and became. Became a fight, and it was it hurt. And it was against my will and it. I don't know where I got the strength 'cause he was big. But I think I was stomping my foot. I have my handbag and this, I never put it down. I'm holy I have. No. The only reason I know I'm holding is because when I got out in the street, I still had my hand. So somehow I got my knee up and pushed him back and the minute, he backed up. I was out the door. Join our discussion now Joyce pants. Former US attorney for the northern district, Alabama, she's also an MSNBC legal analyst Joyce. Thank you for joining us tonight. And I know you've also read the. Second-by-second detail that Egion Carol provides in her New York magazine article description about this as well as what we heard tonight the, the elements that you heard her describing tonight. And what you read her describe in the article. What are you what is it that you're hearing, is, is this, what is the crime, you're hearing here? We're hearing a description under New York state law of a crime of first degree rape. And this is something that aging Carol since she's not going to pursue. And we heard we heard her say, some things about why she didn't pursue it then and we're and blaming herself actually blaming to this day saying she can't quite release the idea of blaming herself for allowing herself to get in that position. This is such a classic sort of refrain that you hear from women who've been the victims of sexual assault in my mind, it makes her very credible that she spent all of these years torturing herself knowing that something happened that was against her will, but still believing that in some part, she's responsible, and that's the societal pressure that led so many people over the years not to report these kind of crimes, and she did talk to close friends of hers, New York magazine has spoken to both of them and confirm that those conversations occurred at the time. What does that? What does that say to you, in terms of corroboration? That the K piece of evidence for prosecutors when you're looking at prosecuting crawl. I'm that occurred, some sometime back, even if it's just a few months, but here many years, and, of course, we're not talking about a prosecution because of statute of limitations, but in assessing her credibility knowing that, there are two individuals who she had conversations with who recall those conversations those strongly support, her recollection of events and those can be key pieces of evidence with a jury, and then Joyce in two thousand sixteen. We get the other person who was in the room, Donald Trump saying on audiotape video recordings saying that this is what he likes to do. Exactly how he I is described attacking e Jean Carroll exactly the way he describes how he likes to grab women on that access. Hollywood video he himself is part of the public corroboration of this now. He really tells the story, the best himself, we have it in his own words. It sounds remarkably familiar. Look in a court of law. Prosecutors can't use evidence to prove that someone has bad character, but you can use something like this to show motive or the wave it someone operates an here. This is classic Trump. This is not the only time where we hear he, he shoves he grabs he forces himself, and we hear it in his own language, on the access Hollywood tape, which makes it very believable. When we then hear the story from MS Carol Joyce, let me just give you a wide open field here because I know you read this material today, I know you've listened to this, and I don't claim to be in a position where I should be guiding this discussion in any particular way, just any reaction that you've had in your reading of this today. And what you heard Jean Carole, say tonight. It's, it's really difficult Lawrence..

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"jean carole" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Assault against Donald Trump dating back to the mid nineties, the New York Times printed, an excerpt from an upcoming book, by the advice, columnist e Jean Carroll. She says that Trump forced himself on her in a department store, dressing room CBS news. Correspondent Ben Tracy has more. Jean Carroll has been an advice columnist for Elle magazine for decades in the mid nineteen ninety she also hosted a TV advice show on a short lived cable network, but it was long enough that she says Donald Trump recognized her at New York's Bergdorf Goodman, department store in the excerpt from her new book care. Will say she ran into Trump in the fall of nineteen ninety five or nineteen Ninety-six? She claims he said, come advise me. I gotta buy a present for a girl, Carol says, they eventually ended up in the lingerie department where Mr. Trump coerced her into the dressing room, Carol claims the moment the dressing room door is closed. He lunges at me. Pushes me against the wall. She then goes on to describe in apparent rape. Carol says she was able to push Mr. Trump off of her and run away and at the entire episode lasted no more than three minutes. In a statement, President Trump said I've never met this person in my life. She is trying to sell a new book that should indicate her motivation. It should be sold in the fiction section. Shame on those who make up false stories of salt to try to get publicity for themselves. At least fourteen women have now accused President Trump of sexual misconduct ranging from allegations of groping to sexual assault. Jean Carole, never reported.

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"jean carole" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Raids in major cities, tomorrow to catch and deport thousands of immigrants here illegally and under deportation. Order with more correspondent Steve Futterman. There are apparently around ten major cities where these expected rates will take place including cities with large undocumented populations. Like Los Angeles, Miami and Houston. We are being led to believe that around two thousand people are being targeted. These are people who have been given their final deportation. Orders, local officials in some of those affected cities, say they and their police will not cooperate in these raids. Meantime, Mexico now, says it has completed its deployment of some six thousand national guard agents to help control the flow of migrants from Central America headed toward the US, President Trump denies a new sexual assault claim from some twenty-five years ago magazine advice columnist each. Jean Carole, describes that incident as an assault in a famous store near Trump Tower in New York City. She says that in a book and a magazine excerpt, the president says he never met her magazine, excerpt includes a photo showing the two of them together in a small group some years before that alleged incident. Mr. Trump plans to go to camp. David later, this morning on clear how long he plans to stay this as tensions remain high with Iran following the shootdown of an unmanned US drone plane, and Mr. Trump's first order to retaliate, and then cancelling that Iran's foreign ministry is saying, you're on will respond firmly to any US threat against it news. Correspondent Charlie dagga is nearby in the United Arab Emirates in Tehran, Iran's revolutionary guard.

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"jean carole" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tom Foty, federal immigration officers plan nationwide. Raids in major cities, tomorrow to catch and deport thousands of immigrants here illegally and under deportation. Order with more correspondent Steve Futterman. There are apparently around ten major cities where these expected rates will take place including cities with large undocumented populations. Like Los Angeles, Miami and Houston. We are being led to believe that around two thousand people are being targeted. These are people who have been given their final deportation. Orders, local officials in some of those affected cities, say they and their police will not cooperate in these raids. Meantime, Mexico now, says it has completed its deployment of some six thousand national guard agents to help control the flow of migrants from Central America headed toward the US, President Trump denies a new sexual assault claim from some twenty five years ago magazine advice columnist each. Jean Carole, describes that incident as an assault in a famous store near Trump Tower in New York City. She says not in a book and magazine, excerpt, the president says he never met her magazine, excerpt includes a photo showing the two of them together in a small group some years before that alleged incident. Mr. Trump plans to go to camp. David later, this morning on clear how long he plans to stay this as tensions remain high with Iran following the shoot down of an unmanned US drone plane, and Mr. Trump's first order to retaliate, and then cancelling that Iran's foreign ministry saying, you're on will respond firmly to any US threat against it. CBS news, correspondent Charlie dagger is nearby in the United Arab Emirates in Tehran, Iran's revolutionary.

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"jean carole" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Raids in major cities, tomorrow to catch and deport thousands of immigrants here illegally and under deportation. Order with more correspondent Steve Futterman. There are apparently around ten major cities where these expected rates will take place including cities with large undocumented populations. Like Los Angeles, Miami and Houston. We are being led to believe that around two thousand people are being targeted. These are people who have been given their final deportation. Orders, local officials in some of those affected cities, say they and their police will not cooperate in these raids. Meantime, Mexico now, says it has completed its deployment of some six thousand national guard agents to help control the flow of migrants from Central America headed toward the US, President Trump denies a new sexual assault claim from some twenty-five years ago magazine advice columnist each. Jean Carole, describes that incident as an assault in a famous store near Trump Tower in New York City. She says that in a book and magazine, excerpt, the president says he never met her magazine, excerpt includes a photo showing the two of them together in a small group some years before that alleged incident. Mr. Trump plans to go to Camp, David later this morning on clear, how long he plans to stay this tensions remain high with Iran following the shootdown of an unmanned US drone plane, and Mr. Trump's first order to retaliate, and then cancelling that Iran's foreign ministry is saying, you're on will respond firmly to any US threat against it. CBS news, correspondent Charlie dagger is nearby in the United Arab Emirates in Tehran, Iran's revolutionary guard displayed.

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"jean carole" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"jean carole" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Up to the president, man. Speaking of the Pentagon, the president says he will formally nominate current army secretary Mark esperer to be the new top official there. He would actually replace ex Defense Secretary Jim Madison has been long gone with the acting secretary sense. Now out of the picture expert will become acting secretary on Sunday. CBS news military analyst retired. Army major Jeff McCall's? In the air policy is nor. Civilian face for national security policy around the world, on sure our allies have been an easy about the fact that there's not been necessarily a steady hand if the hill at the same time, here's the voice in cabinet, along with the chairman of joint staff on defense policy issues. It'll be interesting to see how much influence he actually has on the president of policy political news Friday night was house majority whip Jim Clyburn, world-famous, fish fry. Lots of democratic presidential hopefuls on hand including ex vice president Joe Biden with the current president on his mind. We make up the four years of damage. He's done. But eight years of damage will be almost impossible to get back. There's a new accusation of sexual misconduct against the president that comes in a book and magazine excerpt by longtime magazine advice, columnist one time cable TV host, Jean Carole. The president denies it. This is CBS news. Crime punishment redemption. Even the most demented, Hollywood writers, are not have dreamed up ending this forty eight hours Saturdays on CBS. There's nothing like meeting face to face, and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen. Zoom connected.

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"jean carole" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"jean carole" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Slash w. s. one. US steel producers have been more successful than other industries and getting rid of tariffs. They don't want the industry had lobbied for tariffs on steel and aluminum earlier this year. But since then has successfully campaigned for the removal of many of the tariff lines from the final list joining us now in our studio with more details is Wall Street Journal, reporter, indie, Pacheco. So into this isn't exactly an about face for the steel industry. But can you explain the nuances here for an industry that did lobby for these tariffs? But later sought to remove dozens of tariff lines. What changed. So what happens is that before they actually love it for the tariffs to be imposed on steel itself, but now they were looking and I mean they successfully did it. They ask for tariffs on raw materials and other chemicals that are needed for the steelmaking process. And what they did is that they argued that does materials are not avail. Lable anywhere else than China in this amounts that they need, which is basically the same argument that every single other industry group made. And at the same time, you found that the steel industry has been more successful than other major industry groups in petitioning for exemptions. How much more successful? How does the steel industry compared to other major industry groups? I mean, if you look at us success rate of what they requested and what actually was removed from the final list of tariffs the steel industry was had a success rate of fifty percent. Exactly. So they requested one hundred and thirty two tired of lines to be removed from the list and sixty six of those were actually removed. When you compare it to other like big industry groups like the consumer Technology Association or the national retail federation, the percentage is not even close. And as you found other groups have said that the steel industry is getting preferen-. Treatment, especially when you consider ties between the industry and some officials working for the Trump administration, like commerce, secretary, Wilbur Ross and US Trade Representative, Robert lighthizer, right. I mean, those two names that you just mentioned have always been involved with the steel industry rubber lighthizer actually lobbied for the steel industry for almost two decades. And then specifically in this group that we were looking at a woman named Jean Carole Kemp just started working for the steel Manufacturers Association. And before that she used to work in the US trade representative's office. I have to say though that their claim is that they're not the only industry group that has someone that worked for the government at some point under staff. And how is the steel industry responding to those accusations of getting preferential treatment from the Trump administration? So they said that there's no preferential treatment. They said that it's all due to their heart were. Work. I talked to the director of the steel Manufacturers Association and he was really proud of their work. I, he just kept saying that it was very nice of me to point out their success. Is this a case where an industry lobbied for tariffs and then found them to be more harmful to business later on? I'm not one hundred percent sure that the case had just it's just like they had very specific lines in the tariffs that actually did hurt them. And like they say, it's some like a list of products that they're not going to be able to get anywhere else other than China. But if you look at the entire thing again, they're six thousand tired of lines and they were only requesting for one hundred and thirty two to get removed. Again, I think like the main point here is, yeah, before they were all for tariffs and now they're like, no, no, this is not going to be great for us. We need you to remove. Of this, and that's a case that everyone else made, but all the letters that we reviewed, the steel Manufacturers Association was always the most successful that's Wall Street Journal, reporter, NT Pacheco, joining us in our studio. Thank you so much, indie. Thank you. And that's what's news. I'm Anne Marie for totally in New York for the Wall Street Journal. Enjoy the what's news podcast. Then try the what's news newsletter. Sign up at w. s. j. dot com slash newsletters. That's w s j dot com. Slash newsletters..

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Steel Industry Gets Rid of Unwanted Tariffs

WSJ What's News

04:09 min | 2 years ago

Steel Industry Gets Rid of Unwanted Tariffs

"US steel producers have been more successful than other industries and getting rid of tariffs. They don't want the industry had lobbied for tariffs on steel and aluminum earlier this year. But since then has successfully campaigned for the removal of many of the tariff lines from the final list joining us now in our studio with more details is Wall Street Journal, reporter, indie, Pacheco. So into this isn't exactly an about face for the steel industry. But can you explain the nuances here for an industry that did lobby for these tariffs? But later sought to remove dozens of tariff lines. What changed. So what happens is that before they actually love it for the tariffs to be imposed on steel itself, but now they were looking and I mean they successfully did it. They ask for tariffs on raw materials and other chemicals that are needed for the steelmaking process. And what they did is that they argued that does materials are not avail. Lable anywhere else than China in this amounts that they need, which is basically the same argument that every single other industry group made. And at the same time, you found that the steel industry has been more successful than other major industry groups in petitioning for exemptions. How much more successful? How does the steel industry compared to other major industry groups? I mean, if you look at us success rate of what they requested and what actually was removed from the final list of tariffs the steel industry was had a success rate of fifty percent. Exactly. So they requested one hundred and thirty two tired of lines to be removed from the list and sixty six of those were actually removed. When you compare it to other like big industry groups like the consumer Technology Association or the national retail federation, the percentage is not even close. And as you found other groups have said that the steel industry is getting preferen-. Treatment, especially when you consider ties between the industry and some officials working for the Trump administration, like commerce, secretary, Wilbur Ross and US Trade Representative, Robert lighthizer, right. I mean, those two names that you just mentioned have always been involved with the steel industry rubber lighthizer actually lobbied for the steel industry for almost two decades. And then specifically in this group that we were looking at a woman named Jean Carole Kemp just started working for the steel Manufacturers Association. And before that she used to work in the US trade representative's office. I have to say though that their claim is that they're not the only industry group that has someone that worked for the government at some point under staff. And how is the steel industry responding to those accusations of getting preferential treatment from the Trump administration? So they said that there's no preferential treatment. They said that it's all due to their heart were. Work. I talked to the director of the steel Manufacturers Association and he was really proud of their work. I, he just kept saying that it was very nice of me to point out their success. Is this a case where an industry lobbied for tariffs and then found them to be more harmful to business later on? I'm not one hundred percent sure that the case had just it's just like they had very specific lines in the tariffs that actually did hurt them. And like they say, it's some like a list of products that they're not going to be able to get anywhere else other than China. But if you look at the entire thing again, they're six thousand tired of lines and they were only requesting for one hundred and thirty two to get removed. Again, I think like the main point here is, yeah, before they were all for tariffs and now they're like, no, no, this is not going to be great for us. We need you to remove. Of this, and that's a case that everyone else made, but all the letters that we reviewed, the steel Manufacturers Association was

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"jean carole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"jean carole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's the sound of transit workers during a two day strike in two thousand five breaking the law because in New York public, employees aren't, allowed to, go on strike now gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon wants to overturn the law a proposal. That would be one. Of the biggest expansions. Of union rights in, recent decades joining us now to explore what that might. Mean for hundreds of thousands of teachers police officers hospital workers and the rest? Of us is Jean Carole from the worker institute at Cornell gene. Thanks for being here thank you very much, over the past year we've been hearing about teachers striking all around. The country can you give us a little background on why that's illegal in New York the Taylor law in, New York passed in nineteen sixty seven. Succeeded the Khandan Wadden act passed in. Nineteen forty. Seven Outlawing public sector workers right to strike and the Taylor law provides very strong rights of public sector workers to organize, form unions engage in collective bargaining and to engage in arbitration. To settle disputes the law was basically, passed under. The recommendations of the Rockefeller commission and felt that the workers in the public sector should not have the right to strike because they are according to them workers, in service, to the, public so when those transit workers went on strike back in two thousand five what. Were the consequences for. Them breaking the law. They lost two days, pay for every day they're on strike there was about. Thirty three thousand workers did go on strike the judge fined the union two? And a half million dollars it removes the provision for dues collection for seventeen months the union leader at the time I'm Roger Tucson spent I, think about eight or nine or ten days in jail how unusual, is this law, the Taylor law do other states have similar laws on the books most states don't allow, public sector workers to strike about nine eight or nine states do. Pennsylvania for example Illinois there's carve outs of course for police and fire and other workers who are essential for public safety they do not have those rights but most states do not allow workers to strike who are in. The public sector so I if public sector unions had the right to, strike in New York does that? Mean they would. Strike more often no one wants to really. Go on strike. Right number one number. Two what it does do though is that in this era the context nationally is that workers power. In the workplace whether it's public or private is in. Severe decline rates of inequality are Increasing there's a connection between that very direct. And if you have a? Janice decision which? We just had that reduce worker power in the. Workplace worker leverage the possibility that workers could go on strike adds something to the. Arsenal of, a union, in. Its contract negotiations but going, on strike is a complicated and messy affair but if it if it. Does happen I think it would, be very infrequent and the conditions would have to be you know really compelling for. That to happen we'll governor Cuomo has come out against giving workers the right, to strike here is a quick excerpt a? Little bit of what he has to say you would have chaos if. Certain services were not provided, he went on to talk, about emergency responders police officers prison guards is he right, to what happens in states, without a tailor law I'm sure if we We enacted a law in New York that provided public, sector workers the right to strike there would be a. Carve out for workers like firemen and, fire women and police officers EMT's and and so forth well gene let's talk, a little, bit about the politics here the. Unions are pretty powerful in New York do you. Think a repeal of the law the Taylor law could pass the state legislature right now it might. Get a strong support in the assembly but I I, think it would be an uphill climb for, some time, in the, state Senate Jean Carole with the worker institute at Cornell thanks for? Joining us thank you Two years ago seven hundred police officers and federal agents descended on the Bronx to arrest one hundred and. Twenty members of two. Rival gangs Looks out dirty cops is Homeland security It was the largest gang takedown in. City history in our series take down in the Bronx reexamining gangs violence and..

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