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"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on KGO 810
"Franklin will be coming up in about 15 minutes and will have a talk with him and find out what he's got going on on his show. In the meantime, couple of things one is, um I found a terrific Article at the Wall Street Journal. Now there may be a pay wall. I'm not sure if they allow you a certain number of articles before they put the Paywall into effect. But I want to tell you that the article you know, there are a lot of people who may be listening who maybe distrust papers like The New York Times and the Washington Post because they've been lied to The Wall Street Journal is known to be a conservative publication. And so the thing about the Wall Street Journal that one of the reasons I read it is that in their articles, not in their editorials, the editorial pages are extremely conservative. But in the articles that they publish, they have to tell the truth. They have to be accurate because American business relies on much of the information that comes to them through The Wall Street Journal. So it's a good place to actually read business news, not opinions, but business news. And so there's an article there. It is in the politics section of The Wall Street Journal. The headline is Election Fraud claims a state by state guide. And if you go to this if you are somebody who still questions the legitimacy of the election, If you believe that the Wall Street Journal is a conservative publication, that's more likely to tell you the truth. They have supported Donald Trump. They've criticized him sometimes, but largely, they've supported him. Again in the editorial pages. But if you go to this article, it will answer your questions about things. Like those affidavits, those affidavits that seemed to be the only Information, the only evidence they only factual information that Trump's team brought into court. They brought very few because even though they said they had a lot, they said they were signed anonymously because people didn't want their identities to be revealed so he wouldn't present those to the court, which means that their garbage But the ones that he did bring to the court. The court rejected summarily. They were ridiculous. They were so oppositional they were, They weren't any form of evidence. They didn't give anything that provided any credence to the allegations that were being made. But there's more. I mean, if you go through their talks with you about various Things that talks with you about each state it breaks down in each state with the allegations are and then what the truth is too short. I mean, it doesn't go into substantial, detailed short. Some of them have links so that you could go longer articles to read about some of the things that they say, But I wanted to share that with you, especially if you are someone who is still prone to believe. That somehow the election was invalid, Read a conservative publication that has a certain amount of credibility The Wall Street Journal and see if you don't discover the truth there. Here's another thing that we have not spoken of. But we should So in the last minutes of the program here, I want to bring this up right now. The inspector general of the Department of Justice you've heard his name before. Most likely Michael Horowitz. Michael Horowitz has opened an investigation as to whether any Justice Department officials improperly sought to help Trump overturn the election. Let me give you just a little bit of background. First of all the the FBI, you know when there were allegations that there was fraud, where there were improper things happening with the election the FBI did investigate. They did go out the check these things out there reported back and they said no. There is no widespread fraud. There's nothing that would overturn the results of this election. Bill Bar stated that publicly Donald Trump was furious. Bill Bar had a meeting with Donald Trump. Um Journal. Trump started going through his litany of how he knows it was rigged. And Bill Barr told him that it was bull poop, although he used the expletive, which I can't say. Hey, told him that three weeks later, Bill Bar was gone and acting Attorney General was put into his place when this went okay. So then the election happens, and Donald Trump loses. So Donald Trump. Is approached by Jeffrey Clarke through an intermediary. Jeffrey Clarke was the acting head of the civil Division of the Justice Department. Nothing to do with the criminal division. And he You an intermediary, said that he believed that Donald Trump was cheated. Donald Trump, then met with him and they colluded together. Um So that he would Override the acting a G, who also saw no evidence of fraud and that he would become the new acting a G and that he would publicly state That the Department of Justice was investigating fraud in the election that the Department of Justice had found evidence that they were investing. Investigating that it was illegitimate. So he colluded with Donald Trump. They had this whole thing that they were plotting this whole scheme that they were mounting and part of it had to do with getting rid of the acting attorney general. That's Jeffrey Rosen and that this guy Jeffrey Clarke would take his place. So this guy goes back to justice and tells Jeffrey Rosen that he's gonna be replaced. If he's gonna be taking his place, keep people within the Justice Department. You know, top people in the Justice Department got wind of this. They were mortified. They were mortified that the Department of Justice would be pulled into something that was so blatantly political and partisan and ridiculous, lacking any sort of fax any sort of evidence. So these individuals got together and they said, Well, what are we going to do about it? And two of them? You know, on the top said. Well, if this happens, I'm resigning. And the other people and there were many of them said If you resign, we're resigning, too. So that's what the plan wasps. So this Jeffrey Clark notified President Trump that well, you know, we're gonna have an issue because if we do go through with our.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on WTOP
"To bring healing. Is to actually have real accountability, which this trial affords. The trial will start in two weeks over the objections of some Republicans. And in another development, Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman says he will not seek reelection in 2022 Portman sites frustration with partisan gridlock on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, W. T. O P News or 33. The Justice Department's inspector general plans to look into the weekend revelation that former Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clarke and talked about a plan with then prime Trump to oust the acting attorney general. The goal was to replace him with someone willing to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential race Hygiene Michael Horowitz says he'll investigate whether any former or current DOJ officials engaged in an improper attempt to overturn the election results or which says his probe will be limited in scope and will not extend to other parts of the government. Meantime, Dominion Voting Systems is suing Rudy Giuliani. The lawsuit by the voting machine company alleges the former personal attorney for former President Trump spread numerous defamatory statements about Dominion in the days and weeks after the election. The company wants $1.3 billion in damages. It says Dominions employees have been stalked, harassed and threatened because of those lies. The 107 page lawsuit filed in D. C claims Giuliani made malicious and false accusations against Dominion while speaking in public, But when he was in a courtroom, he was unwilling to repeat those same claims because they claim he knew they were false. Up ahead on nobody. T O P Someone in Northern Virginia has the Commonwealth's first known case of the UK.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on WTOP
"Will start in two weeks over the objections of some Republicans, and in another development, Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman says he will not seek reelection in 2022. Portman sites frustration with partisan gridlock on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P knew the Justice Department's inspector general now plans to look into the weekend revelation. The former assistant attorney general Jeffrey Clarke, had talked about a plan with then President Trump to oust the acting attorney general try to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential race. IG Michael Horowitz says he'll investigate whether any former or current DOJ officials engaged in on proper improper attempt to overturn election results or what says his pro will be limited in scope. The IG office will only look into the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials and won't extend the investigation to other government officials. And the Dominion Voting Systems is suing Rudy Giuliani. The lawsuit by the voting machine company alleges the former attorney for the president spread numerous defamatory statements about Dominion in the days and weeks after the election. The company is looking for $1.3 billion in damages. It says Dominions employees have been stalked, harassed and threatens because of those lies up Next on W T O P policing through change and anti police climate has some turning to fire fighting or retiring early. A Meghan Cloherty 37. I worry about lots of things, my finances. My cran kids. If you're 65 or older, you have enough.
Inspector general probes if Justice Department officials tried to overturn election results
"Being launched by the Justice Department's inspector general to examine whether any former or current department officials engaged in an improper attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential elections. This investigation will look at allegations concerning the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials, but will not extend to other government officials. The probe coming after the New York Times reported that former Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clarke had been discussing the plan with then President Trump to house the acting attorney general and try to challenge the results of the presidential race.
Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims
"Lead story. Today comes from the new york times and they say quote. The justice department's top leaders listened in stunned silence this month. One of their peers. They were told had devised a plan. Along with trump to oust. Jeffrey rosen as acting attorney. General and we'll the department's power to force georgia state. Lawmakers to overturn the presidential election results. This unassuming lawyer. Who worked on the plans names. Jeffrey clarke had been devising ways to cast doubt on the election results to bolster trump's continuing legal battles and the pressure on georgia politicians. Because mr jeffrey rosen had refused the president's entreaties to carry out those plans mr trump was about to decide whether to fire. Mr rosen and replace him with mr kark danial remember. We were talking about like. who's this. Jeffrey rosen person. And i was like well his career official. I don't think he's going to go along with the bullshit. Turns out we were right. He did not go along with the bullshit. The department officials convened on a conference. Call then ask each other. what would you do. If mr rosen was dismissed and the answer was unanimous. they would all resign in protest They're informed packed. Ultimately persuaded trump. To keep rosen in place calculating that a furor over mass resignations at the top of the justice department would eclipse any attention on his baseless accusations. Voter fraud so he didn't he didn't do it for the right reasons. He said If you everyone resigned and mass it would take. He wouldn't say and mass if everyone was designed all at once. Take away attention from my lies. And so he didn't and trump's decision came only after rosen and clark made their competing cases to him in a bizarre white house meeting to officials compared with an episode of the apprentice albeit one that could prompt a constitutional crisis. This should be looked at and light of the impeachment article that will be sent to the senate as majority leader. Chuck schumer has agreed to delay the impeachment trial until february eighth. Some people think that this shows weakness. I do not. I think this was a calculated political shrewd. Move by chuck schumer. I think it allows more evidence to come out about the insurrection which will make it more difficult for republicans to acquit. And i wanna be clear here not because they have morals but because voters do and voters will be holding them responsible It's going to be more morally difficult for them to acquit. And a lot of people say well. We had the momentum. Right after the insurrection to get this vote to acquit and then additional vote to prevent it from running for office again. But that's not the case they wouldn't have had seventeen republicans and they still don't today but as we start to learn more we may be able to push more republicans over the edge and again not because they have morals but because the people who vote them into office do and some of that evidence came to light this weekend including the arrest of a man who had plans to assassinate alexandria. Ocasio cortez self-styled militia members from virginia ohio and states also made plans to storm the capital days in advance and then communicated in real time as they breached the building on both sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers and that's according to court documents filed tuesday while authorities have charged more than one hundred individuals in the riott details in the new allegations against three. Us military veterans offer a very disturbing look at what they allegedly said to one another before during and after the attack statements that indicate a degree of preparation determination to rush deep into the halls and tons of congress to make citizens arrests of elected officials and they even mentioned sealed sealing off the tunnels and and putting gas in them. Us authorities charged the apparent leader of the oath keepers That's an extremist group. Thomas caldwell sixty six of virginia. They're all from virginia in the attack. Alleging that the navy veteran helped organize a ring of dozens who coordinated their movements as they quote stormed the castle to disrupt the confirmation of biden's electoral college victory. Despite this current department of justice officials and federal law enforcement officials are privately debating whether they should declined to charge some of the individuals who stormed the capital so politically loaded proposition. But one alert to the practical concern that hundreds of such cases cases could swamp the local courthouse. You know tough shit. Internal discussions are in the early stages. No decisions have been reached whether to forego charging some of these folks and that's according to multiple people familiar with the discussions and we also learned that trump's campaign paid more than two point seven million dollars over two years to individuals and firms that organized the january sixth rally that led to the riot And that's according to the center for responsive politics and these payments which span trump's reelection campaign. Show an ongoing financial relationship between rally organizers and trump's political operation they were all made through november twenty third the most recent date covered by the federal election commission filings. Which is before the rally was publicly announced. I'm sure we'll see more in the next. Fcc filing so. That's where we are.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on KOMO
"Calm This is KOMO Seattle KOMO FM, Oh, Phil from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The UK variant of the Corona virus continues to be spotted around the U. S. That variance thought to be more contagious, and some British officials are warning it could be up to 30% more deadly. Scientists are stressing that more research is needed on whether this variant is actually deadlier. But doctors she's job. Brown University School of Public Health tells ABC that regardless It's all about the vaccine. Every new infection is an opportunity for the virus to mutate further and we've got to really try our best to control these things in the vaccine is our best tool. Right now. The Biden administration has set a goal of 100 million vaccine doses in the 1st 100 days of his administration. So far the U. S is administered over 20 million doses. That was the target the Trump administration set for the end of 2020. Former president facing a second impeachment trial in the Senate for incitement of insurrection over the January 6th right on Capitol Hill. One of the Democrats in the House who voted to impeach was California's Eric Swalwell, He tells ABC he had, you know, four knowledge of what they would do if summoned, and once they got there, he said. You can't show weakness. You have to fight. You're gonna lose your country and even suggested that he would go up there. With him. Yes, he knew exactly what he was doing. And now there's a new report from The New York Times, alleging then President Trump plotted what they called an elaborate scheme to overturn the president's victory in Georgia scheme involved firing the attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, and replacing him with the DOJ official, Jeffrey Clarke. According to the Times, Trump decided against firing Rosen on Lee after top Justice Department officials threatened mass resignations. Clark telling the times their report contained inaccuracies and that all of his official coming Occasions were consistent with law. Trump declined to comment. According to the report, the latest report could have an impact on the former president's upcoming impeachment trial. Both Rosen and Clark could be called as witnesses at ABC is Andrew Dember in Washington. You're listening. To ABC News. They're knocking on the door..
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"She news I'm Brian Clark. The original goal was 20 million Corona virus vaccine doses administered in the U. S. By the end of 2020. That did not happen. But that milestone has now been passed and as the vaccination process continues, ABC News contributor an infectious disease expert, Dr Todd Ellen says is a race against time. This is a marathon. There's also a sprint going on. We have to starve the virus of fuel by masking, distancing, avoiding crowds, optimizing ventilation and testing. This will also crush the virus and reduce viral variants. But vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate right now. Pandemic is one of the Major early challenges of President Biden's administration, ABC Shucks, Iverson says a new poll indicates the new president currently enjoying a political honeymoon 69% of the latest ABC News Ipsos poll, including 40% of Republicans approve of Mr Biden's handling of the coronavirus 57% have confidence in the president's ability to unify the country is executive actions on covert climate and immigration are supported by clear majorities. Republicans support plummets for his directives on immigration like ending them. Muslim travel ban. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins February 9th and a new report alleges he plotted what sources call quote an elaborate scheme to overturn his loss in Georgia. More on that for maybe sees Andrew Dember in a stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's presidential election results. The man who reportedly worked on the plan. Lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. The Times reporting Trump allegedly mold over whether to fire the acting a G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's request to carry out the alleged scheme. Secretary Defense Lloyd Austin wants reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military..
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now been passed and as the vaccination process continues, ABC News contributor and infectious disease expert Dr Todd Ellen says is a race against time. This is a marathon, but there's also a sprint going on. We have to starve the virus of fuel by masking Distancing, avoiding crowds, optimizing ventilation and testing. This will also crush the virus and reduce viral variants. But vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate right now. Pandemic is one of the major early challenges of President Biden administration, ABC Shucks Iverson says a new poll indicates the new president currently enjoying a political honeymoon 69% in the latest ABC News Ipsos poll, including 40% of Republicans approve of Mr Biden's handling of the coronavirus 57% have confidence in the president's ability to unify the country. His executive actions on covert climate and immigration are supported by clear majorities. Republicans support plummets for his Directives on immigration like ending the Muslim travel ban. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins February 9th and a new report alleges he plotted what sources call quote an elaborate scheme to overturn his loss in Georgia. More on that for maybe sees Andrew Dember in a stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's presidential election results. A man who reportedly worked on the plan lawyer Jeffrey Clarke. The Times reporting Trump allegedly mold over whether to fire the acting a G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's request to carry out the alleged scheme. Secretary Defense Lloyd Austin wants reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military. You're listening to ABC News. Hi guys. It's Andrew. If you're struggling with erectile dysfunction, there is now a breakthrough treatment that the drug companies don't want you to know about. Camelback Medical Clinic uses acoustic wave therapy clinically shown to open up and regrow blood vessels..
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis a violent confrontation in the middle of an intersection in Tacoma, Washington Saturday night. Police responding to 911 calls and finding about 100, people in the street and multiple cars blocking traffic. One police vehicle was surrounded by the crowd, and authorities say the officer inside tried to drive forward to safety and struck one person. Possibly more Witness, Korea. Lisa's, the officer drove into the crowd intentionally after being taunted. All of a sudden the cop car reverses and then, uh, drives full speed towards a crowd of people. That demonstrator was taken to a local hospital who was hit. The city's police chief is promising a full investigation. Former President Trump is accused in a new report of plotting an elaborate scheme in this final days in office to overturn President Biden's election victory in Georgia. In a stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's presidential election results. The man who reportedly worked on the plan. Lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. The Times reporting Trump allegedly mold over whether to fire the acting A G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's request to carry out the alleged scheme, maybe sees Andrew Dim Birch president Biden spoke to the U. S conference of Mayors Saturday in a virtual address. He assured the group they have support in the fight against Cove. It 19 you have a partner in the White House Vice President Harris and me. Partner You can trust Who will listen who worked to get you what you need and also stressed his view that masks are the best defense against covert 19. Pope Francis is once again canceling his public appearance is due to nerve pain. A spokesman for the Vatican says the pontiff won't participate in three events over the coming days. You two recurrence of SIA Attica You're listening to ABC news. Okay away news radio time is 202. I'm Tom must in reading, writing and recall some parents and Douglas County or mounting a recall effort against school board members. Petition organizer and parent made. Orman is putting up $100,000 of his own money.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"19 cases dropped again. On Saturday. The coveted tracking project reported nearly 174,000 new infections in the past 24 hours. The peak of new cases came on January 8th when there were 292,000 and a single day. More than 113,000. Americans are hospitalized with the virus over 408,000 Americans have died. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is calling for a probe into a former Justice Department leader that he accuses of attempted sedition Jeffrey Clarke allegedly plotted with former president Trump Oust acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. In a plot to overturn election results. Schumer tweeted that Clark's actions were quote unconscionable and called for the inspector general. To investigate. Well. The lone winning tickets for the mega millions billion dollar jackpot was sold in Michigan to second place. Tickets were also sold in New York City, David Folk, Thomas has more. Those two tickets matched every number except the mega ball, making them worth $1 million apiece. One ticket was sold that the Moonlight Deli and Grocery on 21st Street and Historia while the other was sold that the Bal, a convenience store and gas station in Sheepshead Bay. There were a total of 12th place tickets sold. Nationally with two of those tickets. One sold in Virginia and another in North Carolina were $2 million each since they were bought with the multiplier that doubled the winnings and people are remembering the late Larry King. The broadcasting legend died Saturday morning at Cedars Sinai and Medical Center in Los Angeles at the age of 87. Ryan Seacrest tweeted that he lost a dear friend and a mentor, Celine Dion said on Twitter that Larry was such a kind gentleman and he made all of us feel as though we were speaking to a lifelong friend. I'm Jim Forbes. Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick is calling for changes to the cove It vaccine rollout plan Patrick recommended creating subgroups within phase one be so all residents with chronic conditions don't rush to get their vaccine at the same time. Leslie Bowl has more. His plan would vaccinate Texas age 75 older first, followed by teachers and school staff over 65 before doing the rest of phase one b. He says the current rollout plan has Texans feeling frustrated with long lines, having to call a phone number repeatedly or spending hours online just to get an appointment, he suggests, adding the rollout plan would reduce lines, confusion and frustration. Several Senate Democrats want the ethics committee to investigate Republicans Josh Holy.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Three o'clock on Charlie O'Brien. Well, I've been the WSB 24 hour news center Top story this hour. The New York Times reports former President Trump tried to overturn George's 2020 election results. Channel two Action News. Justin Will font takes a look, unnamed sources say. Then President Trump allegedly discussed removing acting U. S. Attorney General Jeffrey Rose And because he refused to pressure Georgia election officials to overturn our election results. The Times reporting Trump consider replacing Rosen with lawyer Jeffrey Clarke, who reportedly worked on that plan for Trump. Time saying Trump decided against firing Rosen on Lee after top Justice Department officials threatened mass resignations, Lawyer Jeffrey Clarke tells the Times the allegations are not true. WSB news Time 301 channel to me the ravages bread knit, calling for a mostly sunny Sunday at levels most accurate and dependable forecast. Is just ahead. Eight people in Georgia hearing the Angels sing this morning after winning in Friday night's lottery drawing. The biggest winners will get $10,000 for matching four numbers and the Mega Bowl. But the big winner lives in Michigan for now, and bought the winning ticket for the $1.5 billion Mega millions jackpot. It's the biggest in American history. A top local news every 30 minutes. And when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on W best face. Top national story The Corona virus pandemic as its street vendors pretty hard in New York City, so City Council's looking to help them bounce back. CBS is Steve Burns has more on a bill that could be theirs. Saving grace as much as street food. Vending is an indelible part of New York's character. It's often The perilous pursuit both legally and financially. City Council member Margaret Chin is looking to fix things on both fronts her build expected to pass the City Council. This coming week would increase the number of permits for the first time since Theeighties when it was captain 4001 loud to be able to get a permanent support Their families for bill adds 400 a year over 10 years with the hopes of eliminating an underground market that saw $200 permits getting sold for 20 grand, But the bill Does not change. One controversial sticking point. It's still let's vendors sell within 20 ft of a brick and mortar store Coronavirus update. Now Georgia has confirmed over 714,000 coronavirus cases. As of 3 P.m. Saturday and over 11,798 confirmed death. There were over 6600 new cases Saturday and 128 deaths. WSB news time 302 Way guarantee it anytime there's breaking news, whether our traffic we'll interrupt programming immediately, so you don't have to wait for the important information that impacts you 95.5.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Kfbk. From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. An explosive new report from The New York Times alleges former President Trump wanted to make a change with his attorney general in his final days in office. The report says it was part of an elaborate scheme to overturn President Biden's victory in Georgia. New York Times reporting. In his final weeks in the White House, the former president discussed removing the acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen, and replacing him with Jeffrey Clarke, a now former DOJ attorney. Sympathy. Medic to Trump's cause. The Department of Justice is declining to comment on the report and Clark when reached by ABC News asserted. The Times account contains inaccuracies but did not specify NBC's Andrew Dim Bert. Monday, the Senate will formally received the article of impeachment against president former president Trump accusing him of inciting the capital insurrection. But a try a will be delayed till February 8th to give Trump and his lawyers time to prepare their defense. And for lawmakers to work on confirming Biden Cabinet nominees and his $1.9 trillion covert relief package to help Americans struggling in the pandemic plan that we have put forth to Congress. It wasn't you know, the number that we put the plate wasn't taken out of the blue sky, right? This is something that we looked at the scope of the problem and we put together a plan that addresses the moment that we're in house Deputy Press secretary Corin Jon Pierre Corona virus vaccine shortages nationwide have city And state officials sounding the alarm New York's mayor Bill de Blasio, saying they need more vaccines and they need them. Now in Florida, it's now mandatory to show proof of residency in order to get your first shot of the vaccines after people Allegedly were crossing state lines into Florida and into Georgia to try to get one BBC's Adrian Baker. There's a New York City champ fighter Dustin Poor. EA avenged his lost economy Gregor, beating him with a knockout in the second round of Saturday night's UFC, 2 57 and Abu Dhabi Your listening to ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on KOMO
"KOMO FM, Oh, Phil from ABC News. Derek Dennis. An explosive new report from The New York Times alleges former President Trump wanted to make a change with his attorney general in his final days in office. The report says it was part of an elaborate scheme. Toe overturn President by this victory in Georgia. The New York Times reporting In his final weeks in the White House, the former president discussed removing the acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen, and replacing him with Jeffrey Clarke, a now former DOJ attorney sympathetic to Trump's cause. The Department of Justice is decline. Going to comment on the report and Clark when reached by ABC News asserted. The Times account contains inaccuracies but did not specify NBC's Andrew timbered. Monday, The Senate will formally received the article of impeachment against president former president Trump accusing him of inciting the capital insurrection. But a trial will be delayed till February Eve to give Trump and his lawyers Time to prepare their defense and for lawmakers to work on confirming Biden Cabinet nominees and his $1.9 trillion covert relief package to help Americans struggling in the pandemic. The plan that we have put forth to Congress it wasn't you know, the number that we put the plant wasn't taken out of the blue sky, right? This is something that we looked at the scope of the problem and we put together Plan that addresses the moment that we're in house Deputy Press secretary Corin Jon Pierre Corona virus. Vaccine shortages nationwide have city and state officials sounding the alarm York's mayor Bill de Blasio, saying they need more vaccines and they need them. Now in Florida, it's now mandatory to show proof of residency in order to get your first shot of the vaccines after people Allegedly were crossing state lines into Florida and into Georgia to try to get one BBC's Adrian bankers. There's a New York City champ fighter Dustin for EA avenged his lost economy Gregor.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Phoenix returned President Biden's victory in Georgia during Trump's final days at office, Stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's presidential election results. The man who reportedly worked on the plan. Lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. The Times reporting Trump allegedly mold over whether to fire the acting A G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's request to carry out the alleged scheme maybe sees Andrew Jim Burt president Biden spoke to the U. S conference of Mayors Saturday. In a virtual address, He assured the group they have support in the fight is Cove in 19. Invited them to contact him or Vice president Kamila Harris for help, please. Reach out to me reach out to common reach out to the administration. Our team any time any day. I mean at any time any day. Your partner. Biden also stressed his view than mass. Not vaccinations are the best defense against Cove in 19, the top general of the National Guard's is up to 7000 troops will remain in Washington for about seven more weeks to continue securing the nation's capital General Daniel Hawkinson, telling reporters. They'll stay through mid March at least The Senate will receive the article of impeachment against former President Trump on Monday, accusing him of inciting the capital insurrection. But the trial will be delayed until February, 8th allowing time for trumped in his lawyers to repair their defense and give lawmakers time to handle White House priorities such as Cabinet confirmations and the president's covert 19 relief package. President's priority is making sure that we take care of the American people he leaves impeachment. The legislative branch. It's White House Deputy.
"jeffrey clarke" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Have dropped substantially. 166 of them in the past day. Also, below that average, as is the number of people admitted to the ICU, by the way. The governor has announced the extension of the curfew, but also announced that there's going to be budget cuts between now and the first of the next fiscal year about $400 million in budget cuts caused by the pandemic. Indiana reporting nearly 3200 new cases, 50 new deaths in the past 24 hours. Kentucky's numbers they're going to come out later today. The impeachment charge against former President Trump is going to be delivered to the U. S. Senate on Monday. This weekend. There's a New York Times report that claims Trump allegedly talked about removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen is part of a plan. Pressure and flip Georgia's presidential results the man who allegedly worked on the plan, according to the Times lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. The report claims Trump mold over whether to fire the acting a G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's requests to use the DOJ to overturn the election, According to the Times, Trump decided against firing Rosen on Lee after top justice officials threatened mass resignations. In the report, Clark says this account is inaccurate. Trump declined to comment. That's a B C's Alex per shade. Legendary TV radio talk host Larry King is dead. He was 87 Sir Paul McCartney. Next.
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"Los Angeles. Weeks after it was revealed he was battling covert 19 King was 87. His career spanned six decades in television, radio and digital media. Most notably, he hosted Larry King Live on CNN from 1985 through 2010. Astronauts aboard the international space station or preparing for two upcoming spacewalks. NASA astronauts Mike Hopkins and Victor Glover Jr will conduct spacewalks this Wednesday and Monday, February 1st to perform maintenance and upgrades on the ISS. Both spacewalks will be broadcast live on the NASA website. A Republican political action committees co founder is looking to the future and hopes of healing country. The Lincoln projects. Mike Madrid believes the Republican Party must now develop a vision. For a dramatically different way forward doesn't mean it has to abandon its conservative principles. In fact, it neither is gonna have to return to being a conservative party and away from the white Nationalists. Magic believe there's also a need to re instill trust and confidence in America's government institutions. The Lincoln Project was formed by Republicans to prevent the re election of former President Donald Trump is Championship Sunday in the NFL this weekend. Seth Everett with more Josh Alan and the Buffalo Bills, travel to Kansas City to take on Patrick, my homes and the Chiefs, Mahone. Was expected to be under center for the chief's head coach Andy Reid says Mahomes took all of the snaps this week. In practice, the reigning Super Bowl M V P was knocked out of last week's game against the Browns and did not return. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will travel the Green Bay to take on the Packers at Lambeau Field. Winners of the two games will meet in Super Bowl 55 February 7th that sport some stuff ever. And if you bought a mega million's ticket in Michigan, it could be you who just won $1 billion in the mega ball jackpot last night. Single ticket matched all the correct number sold in Michigan. Several states had million dollar winners. I'm Lisa Taylor. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate will take up Janet Yellen's Treasury secretary nomination Monday. This comes after the Senate Finance Committee gave its blessing. On Friday. Yellow would be the first female Treasury secretary of confirmed She's a former Federal Reserve chair. It appears former President Trump was ready to make an administration change. In an effort to reverse the 2020 election tally. Jim Forbes says more The New York Times reports. Trump Plan Toe House then acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen to overturn the results in Georgia. Justice Department lawyer Jeffrey Clarke would have taken his place, although he told the newspaper The account is not true. Rosen was not on board with Trump's claims over voter fraud, playing a role in his defeat students in the New Jersey township of Montclair Are seeing their scheduled return to the classroom delayed a show Bala reports. Parents looking for some sort of return to normalcy or not pleased. There's cat was district's that have opens for.
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"He was a bridge between politics and government show business and so much else. Who else do you know? Talked to Mohammed Gadhafi Be a strongman dictator of Libya and Lady Gaga. This was a man bridge. So many worlds. He loved show business as ABC entertainment reporter Sandy Kenyon, who's a friend of King, who is best known for his 25 year run on CNN. No cause of death was announced. But earlier this month, King had been hospitalized with Cove in 19. States across the country are scrambling to find more vaccines with the new administration in the White House, Colorado governor Jared Polish told ABC is good Morning America. What he thinks needs to happen. The most important thing right now, actually everybody pandemic is to accelerate the delivery of the vaccine that means leaning on visor and then turn it to get more out quicker and hopefully moving soon to approve additional Weapons in our arsenal at the Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines. President Biden also calling for Congress to act on economic relief, the Senate will begin the impeachment trial of President Trump February 9th. ABC is Alex for, Shay says there's a New York Times report alleges the president discussed removing the acting attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, as part of a plan to pressure officials in Georgia to flip the state's results. The man who allegedly worked on the plan, according to the Times lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. Report claims Trump mold over whether to fire the acting a G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's requests to use the DOJ to overturn the election. According to the Times, Trump decided against firing Rosen on Lee after top justice officials threatened mass resignations. In the report, Clark says this account is inaccurate. Trump declined to comment. You're listening to ABC News, Ohio seen new coronavirus cases dipped.
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"People Start watching today use coming up here in the bottom of the hour, right after the news, Mike from O'Hara's and Gerald Celente from the Trends Journal. He'll tell us what's coming down the pike. But first our news 31 degrees and 6 30. Good morning. I'm Politi Castro, a heads up from a disease expert about vaccinating and getting Coben 19 under control faster. So far, experts say, the current U. K variant of covert 19 seems preventable by current vaccines, but telling why more vaccinations are important as well as mask wearing hand washing and distancing Dr Ashish Jha, dean of Brown University School of Public Health, If we continue to have very, very large outbreaks, we will see more variants and One of them could end up becoming resistant to our vaccines, So it's really important that we get the outbreak's under control to John's Alarmed by the virus surges, they're jamming hospitals. Chuck's Iverson. ABC News A new report says former President Trump was ready to make an administration changed an effort to reverse the 2020 election. New York Times reports. Trump planned to oust then acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen to overturn the results in Georgia. Justice Department lawyer Jeffrey Clarke would have taken his place, although he told the newspaper the account is not true. Rosen was not on board with Trump's claims of voter fraud, playing a role in his defeat, and the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump will begin in about two weeks. Once the briefs they're drafted. Presentation by the parties will commence the week of February. The eighth Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, said Friday that House impeachment managers will read the article in the Senate this coming Monday. Impeachment managers and Trump's defense team will have time to prepare briefs before the trial and by pushing the trial into February. It gives Democrats an opportunity to approve the nominations of newly minted President Joe Biden, the Staten Island bar owner who repeatedly violated cover. One of Iris restrictions and called his business and autonomous zone is being charged with only minor alcohol offenses. It was back in December last year when Daniel Presti of Mac's public House created a stir by keeping his business open despite it being an orange zone. Then the controversy went even deeper as he allegedly struck a sheriff's deputy while trying to drive away from the scene, breaking both the man's legs. Arrestees attorneys later arguing the plainclothes cops failed to identify themselves as law enforcement that night, a grand jury has opted to on Lee Charge Presti with the unlicensed sale of alcohol and operating an unlicensed bottle club. James Hope in W. O R news. At least 23,000 coronavirus. Vaccination appointments have been canceled across New York City because there has been a delay in deliveries of the modern a vaccine. Mayor Bill de Blasio. You says those appointments are being rescheduled. We had toe tell 23,000 New Yorkers who had appointed this week that they will not be able to get that appointment. For lack of supply. De Blasio is calling on ST and feds to use second doses and reserve to prevent more appointments from being postponed. Sports and weather Next WR News time 6 34 The next best.
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"Now, a global news update. Number of people across the country in the hospital with Corona virus is falling the Kobe tracking projects. His current hospitalizations dropped by nearly 3700 Friday. The number has declined by more than 10% from a week ago in two dozen states that includes Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Oklahoma. The project also noted the seven day average of new cases has declined by more than 10% since last week in 44 states. Second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump will begin next month that Madison with more once the briefs or drafted presentation by the parties will commence the week of February, the eighth the New York Democrats had the start of the trial will come after the House impeachment managers read the article in the Senate this coming Monday. Senators will then be sworn in on Tuesday. Impeachment managers and the president's defense team will have time to prepare briefs before the trial. Schumer says. While that's happening, the Senate will consider Cabinet nominations and the coronavirus relief bill at Republican Political Action Committees co founder is looking to the future and hopes of healing the country. The Lincoln projects might Magic believes the Republican Party must now develop a vision for a dramatically different way forward doesn't mean it has to abandon its conservative principles. In fact, that means it's gonna have to return to being a conservative party and away from the white nationalist organization that has unfortunately devolved into Madrid believes It's also a need to re instill trust and confidence in America's government institutions. The Lincoln Project was formed by Republicans to prevent the re election of former President Donald Trump. And achieve that goal. A single ticket purchased in Michigan matched all the correct numbers in last night's mega millions drawing, winning the billion dollar jackpot, the second largest mega million's history and third largest in U. S history. 10 other people match five of the six winning numbers. When at least a million dollars. The winning numbers are 4 26 40 to 50 and 60 with the mega ball 24. I'm Lisa Taylor. A new defense secretary Lloyd Austin is on the job at the Pentagon after confirmation by the Senate. The Senate vote was 93 to 2. Austin was formally sworn in at the Pentagon and will take part in ceremonial swearing in ceremony with Vice President Harris next week. Austin is a retired Army general and is the nation's first African American defense secretary. It appears former President Trump was ready to make an administration change in an effort to reverse the 2020 election tally. Jim Forbes has more. The New York Times reports Trump planned House, then acting Attorney General, Jeffrey Rosen to overturn the results in Georgia. Justice Department lawyer Jeffrey Clarke would have taken his place, although he told the newspaper The account is not true Authorities they're investigating a deadly tour bus crash in northwestern Arizona. Hobby County Sheriff's Office says the bus carrying 48 people rolled and landed on its side near Dolan Springs Friday afternoon. One person was killed and dozens more were injured, including two critically. The Illinois teenager charged with killing two people during a Wisconsin protest last summer is being ordered to stay out of bars. The Kenosha County district attorney's office has made adjustments to the bond terms of Kyle written house. It changes stipulate Rittenhouse cannot possess weapons consume alcohol. Or gather with those known to make threats against others on the basis of religion, Race and other discriminatory areas is jury trial in the deaths of two protesters in Kenosha after the Jacob Lake Police shooting starts on March 29th and flags and Georgia are flying at half staff in honor of all time home run champ Hank Aaron, who died yesterday. Known at various times is hammering Hank or just the hammer. Longtime Atlanta Braves outfielder Shattered Babe Ruth Long time career home run record of 714 in 1973 before ending his baseball career with a record 755 home runs three.