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"jeffrey rubin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here on Monday night and right along with Rob Brooks and Rob, we're going to Deal this hour into all of you. We're going to deal with this hour with the questions and the issues dealing with Um The impeachment, the second impeachment of Donald Trump. And as I think all of you know, tonight the article of Impeachment was hand carried very dramatically very dramatically right at the end of the 7 P.m. news perfectly timed by the House managers. They were not going to interrupt. The network nightly news broadcasts from 6 30 to 7 East Coast time. On and it was treated. By least CBS that I watched as Just a monumental experience. Thea article of impeachment. Uh it is the under the US Constitution. The trial. Of a president. As it was presided over a year ago by Chief Justice John Roberts will not be Presided over by Chief Justice John Roberts and the At least I watched it on CBS. There was Remarkable, um Lack of interest as to why John Roberts should not be there. Article two section forces the president, the vice president and all civil officers of the United States shall be removed from office on impeachment, foreign conviction of treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors. Killed will keep their shall be removed from office. First question is. How do you remove someone office? Someone from office was already left office. That's middle. That's that's gonna be a a question. The question of the constitutionality of what the What Nancy Pelosi at all are doing so the article of impeachment Some article there's just one article. Um, uh, incitement of insurrection. Um, And the thing was Congressman Raskin. Also, by the way, you're good. You're good to know Constant Rask and I believe is the Democrat from Virginia. Eric Swalwell, the Democrat from China. He's the Democratic member of Congress, who was apparently Uh, Today. Special relationship. Let's put it like that with with a known Chinese spy. But again, he's only on the intelligence committee. He thought it was his. I guess this is where I could good looks on his charm. But whatever. Maybe maybe it was. Maybe it was his rugged good looks and his charm on his If you believe that, anyway, um The trial will not be presided over by the Supreme by the chief justice of the U. S. Supreme Court Gonna be presided over by Senator Patrick Leahy. He's the senior Senator from Vermont. I guess he's technically titled The President Pro TEM, and I believe I could be wrong here. I believe that Patrick Leahy is three longest serving At this time at this moment in time, the longest serving United States, Senator, um As you know, there are two senators from whom from Vermont. Patrick Leahy, who's a Democrat. And Bernie Sanders, who is a socialist, um, but plays the role of the Democrat Um in the United States Senate now, Pat Leahy. Eyes, eh? Let me illegal back here and get that for us who, you know he's been in the Senate for a long time. He was first elected to the Senate. Um 1975 and he did serve as the President Pro TEM from 2012 to 2015. He is 80. He's one of the younger members of the Uh, Theo U S senate, he's eighties. Anyway, he will be presiding now kind of in a tough spot because the center They're the jurors in the case. So he will be judge and jury he will not serve the role of judge, jury and prosecutor just merely judge and jury. To make it fear and the argument is the art. The incitement of of insurrection basically accuses Donald Trump of inciting violence against the government of the United States. Pursuant to article 12 of the Constitution, Um That he read. It reiterated false claims encouraged people if you know they quoted him, You know if you don't fight like hell, and on Ben, it was his direction. They believe that the The the, uh who's the hooligans who went and went into the into the into the capital. Um, and by the way, many of them are saying he was the president. I mean, if I was Representing one of them. I'd be saying the exact same thing that the devil made me do it. If you can't say the devil made me do it. Then the president made me do it. But anyway, um so The whole question that we're dealing with here is Um, what's the purpose? Uh And I frankly don't know. Um One of the CBS News experts tonight. Professor Jeffrey Rubin was asked if this is a constitutional proceeding. And he answered very honestly and CBS news, he said. Doesn't know if it's constitutional. You need two thirds vote in the U. S. Senate. And the numbers of such that the Republicans have 50. The Democrats have 50. So you need 17 Republicans. 16. If you know a county Mitt Romney on then the second vote would be to disqualify Donald Trump from ever holding office again. I think he's disqualified himself, but, you know You can disagree with me on that. So the question is real simple. Why we doing this? Is it just The visceral dislike, which is perfectly understandable that the Democrats have to Donald Trump. I mean, You know, they had to put up with him for four years. But now does that justify this procedure? Which, arguably I think you could make the argument is moot. OK, because the purpose of the Article two section for the U. S Constitution of a president, vice president of civil officer being removed from office on impeachment for in conviction off treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors. You're trying somebody For a sentence that cannot be imposed. Now, there might be some Republicans who don't want Donald Trump to run in 2024. I mean, I would assume maybe people like Ted Cruz I don't know. Um, and then there would be some Democrats. Maybe you don't want to run because they think I think that his political viability is way overrated at this point. But it's more important than of question of political liability. The question in my opinion is fairness, fairness and I do not believe in my opinion. Um, that it is fair. To attempt to convict someone and and to remove him from office when they've left office. It's a simple is that there is a case which I'm very familiar with that dates back to 18 77, and we can talk about that if you like. That seems to me what they're they're doing this on. What? They're hanging this on Actually, this is the case if it goes back to 18 76, former Secretary of War William Belt nap, Theo. Only other official who upon Having left office. He was tried and he was acquitted. By the way on down. His case is a little different from Trump's and that he resigned from office. Similar to what Richard Nixon did in 1974. So we're going to just open up the phone lines and I'd love to hear from Democrats. Why is this being done? Is it necessary? Or is it simply revenge? Which it which it You might think it is, Or is it revenge of justice? I guess we'll phrase the question that way. Is it political revenge? Or is it justice? Let's keep it at that level today. By the way, the U. S. Supreme Court apparently decided that many of the cases that have been brought to Brought against President President Trump for the so called emoluments clause to remember all of the academics who we're talking about the emoluments clause and that he had a hotel in Washington, and he was benefiting from his position and therefore he was In violation of the emoluments clause. Well, today, the court through all of those cases out, said those cases of mood guess why? Because he's no longer president. So they can potentially Try to convict him trying in the Senate. Um While he's left office. The cases against him for the Emolument clause removed, But this isn't mood. I don't know. I don't get it, Um, feel free. Let's let's have at it. 617254 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930 Political revenge or justice. I'm going to impanel a jury here tonight on Nightside you be the judge is on this one. Coming back tonight Side 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30 The ladies line 617931 10 30. During the first two hours of the program tonight, I will tell you we had, uh many, many, many more female callers that male callers which I happen to like, because I want all points of view. Welcome her ladies. Don't shy away from this topic either. Trust me on that one. Just jump on board coming back on night side. It's night side with.
"jeffrey rubin" Discussed on WTOP
"It's 1 50 to breaking news on w T o P CBS News Special Report A grand jury has indicted former police officer following the fatal shooting of 26 year old black woman, Briana Taylor in Louisville. Judge any O'Connor reading the grand jury's report when under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life he wanted Lee shot a gun. The jury says fired Officer Brett Hack Kison blindly opened fire into adjoining apartments. When police burst into the home of Taylor during a narcotics investigation in March. No drugs were found in her home. Taylor was shot multiple times during the No knock warrant search of her home connected to a suspect who did not live there. No other charges were announced, even amid new investigations, reports CBS's Jurika Duncan this week, the Louisville Metro Police Department announced that they're investigating three additional officers and Taylor's case, saying they may have potentially broken Department policies. Taylor's death has sparked months of protests. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey being time closer to home who gets to decide how police officers or disciplined Montgomery County is considering a bill to give its police chief more authority to do so. Supporters and opponents spoke out on a Montgomery County bill on police discipline. Torrey Cook with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 35. Represents 1100 County officers. If the way we address police discipline in Montgomery County is a real problem, the police chief and the counties I could have a legal that tool is collective bargaining, said Cook. He opposes the bill that would allow police chief Marcus Jones to take disciplinary action without being subject to union negotiation. In some cases, Jeffrey Rubin, with Jews United for Justice also opposed the bill, but for a very different reason that enables the police to investigate themselves. Reuben mentioned the law enforcement The officer's bill of rights, which in his view should be abolished. Kate Ryan. W T O P News coming up next Marcus. They're heading lower today a hint about when it will be Prime day. I'm Jeff Global 1 54 sometimes.
"jeffrey rubin" Discussed on WTOP
"Later today on W T O V. It's 11 51 new information coming into the W T o P newsroom at this hour, a grand jury in Kentucky Is now expected to present its findings to a judge in the deadly police shooting of Briana Taylor. This afternoon. Taylor was shot and killed by Louisville police officers who burst into her home back in March 1 evening as they served a no knock warrant. Kentucky's attorney general expected to announce whether charges will be filed against the officers involved in that shooting. President Trump has signed an executive order that expands his ban on the use of federal money for some types of diversity training. The order creates something called the 17 76 Commission, which will promote what the president calls patriotic education. The executive order follows the president's ban on federal agencies paying for critical race theory diversity training earlier this month. One definition of the theory the law and legal institutions are inherently racist. Who gets to decide how police officers should be disciplined? Montgomery County is considering a bill to give its police chief more authority to do so. Supporters and opponents spoke out on a Montgomery County bill on police discipline. Torrey Cook with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. 35 represents 1100 County officers. If the way we address police discipline in Montgomery County is a real problem. The police chief and the county executive have a legal tool. That tool is collective bargaining, said Cook. He opposes the bill that would allow police chief Marcus Jones to take disciplinary action without being subject. Union negotiation. In some cases. Jeffrey Rubin, with Jews United for Justice also opposed the bill, but for a very different reason that enables the police to investigate themselves. Reuben mentioned the law enforcement officers Bill of Rights, which in his view should.
"jeffrey rubin" Discussed on WTOP
"The widow of the late Senator John McCain, is endorsing Democrat Joe Biden for President. President. Trump has had a fraught relationship with members of the McCain family since he disparaged the Republican Arizona senator during his 2016 campaign. Till now, the McCains have stopped short of endorsing trumps rivals McCain's back and could give the former vice president of boost in Arizona, which is a crucial swing state. President Trump is expanding a ban on funding for certain diversity training. Earlier this month, the president told his administration to stop paying for race theory, diversity, training and federal agencies. That order is now expanding to cover the military and government contractors. The president tweeted that the training was an effort to indoctrinate government workers. Last week, President Trump announced plans to establish a commission to promote what he called patriotic education. Who gets to decide how police should be disciplined. Montgomery County is considering a bill to give the police chief more authority supporters and opponents spoke out on a Montgomery County bill on police discipline. Torrey Cook with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. 35 represents 1100 County officers. If the way we address police discipline in Montgomery County is a real problem, the police chief And the counties. I could have a legal tool. That tool is collective bargaining, said Cook. He opposes the bill that would allow police chief Marcus Jones to take disciplinary action without being subject. Union negotiation in some cases, Jeffrey Rubin, with Jews United for Justice also opposed the bill, but for a very different reason that enables the police to investigate themselves. Reuben mentioned the law enforcement officers Bill of Rights, which in his view should be abolished. Kate Ryan w T o p News Maryland State send panel has started three days of hearings on police reforms. Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee is discussing 15 reform measures that they plan to take up in the legislative session in January. Democrats say it's important to act in a historic time. But Republicans say all 15 measures are sponsored by Democrats and they weren't even asked to submit legislation. Virginia lawmakers have killed legislation calling for eliminating mandatory jail time for assaulting a police officer. The Billa drawn heated opposition from Republicans who said it would send the wrong message at a time when law enforcement has come under attack during nationwide protests over police brutality and racial injustice. Tropical depression. Beta has been parked over the Houston area, dumping enough rain to cause flash flooding in several spots, and the flood threat continues through midday. Today, many were caught off guard. This man ditched his car just in time. Others ignoring the warnings. Where's he think he's going? More than 100 High water rescues in Houston as tropical depression barely budgets? That's hope this system will We'll start moving at a quicker pace. Five. Other storms have already hit the golf this year. Some homes are still without power. Almost a month later, there is more rain in the forecast. No relief for a storm weary region. Janet Shamlian, CBS NEWS, Houston. A national book festival usually sets up the Walter E Washington Convention Center. But this year the Library of Congress presents it virtually Friday through Sunday. We have more than 55 live author Engagement's over the 120 videos on demand, Festival director Jared MacNeil says This year's themes include Fearless women. Chelsea Clinton, Angela Dominguez and Pam Manu. Does Ryan hearing black voices We have Veronica Chambers, Jerry Craft, Nik Stone and demonic Chrissy in the 21st century..
"jeffrey rubin" Discussed on KGO 810
"It's that time. It's that time of the show. Well, it's that time of the show. Where we wish. A very happy birthday to our beloved clients. So to Sandra John, Eric, Richard, Aaron Camberley, Stacy, Mark Glenn, Kurt Godel, Linda Michael, Claressa Wilhelm Tim Carroll, Elgin Bryan. Karen David. Jeffrey Rubin. Gene Jack Allene, Betty Gretchen. A Very Happy birthday. She all of you indeed, this amazing I bet you're all wondering. I think that many people having a birthday at that birthday was my day. But if you didn't know, on average, 16,438,356 Birthdays her day. So to all of you a very, very, very happy birthday. And I guess I would be remiss if not reminding you to check out or encouraging you to read my birthday White paper on the website. I really have two of them. What is called Why, 59 a half is so important and the other is important birthdays over.
"jeffrey rubin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It's that time of the show. Well, it's that time of the show where we wish a very happy birthday to our beloved clients. So to Sandra John, Eric Richard Aaron Kimberley, Stacy, Mark Glenn, Kurt Godel, Linda Michael Tourism. Wilhelm Tim Carroll. Elgin Bryan. Karen David. Jeffrey Rubin. Gene Jack Allene. Betty Gretchen. A Very Happy birthday tea All of you indeed, this amazing I bet you're all wondering, did Victor that many people having a birthday at my birthday was my day. But If you didn't know they were on average, 16,438,356 birthdays. Her day. So to all of you a very, very, very happy birthday. And I guess I would be remiss if not reminding you to check out or encouraging you to read my birthday White paper on the website. I really have two of them. One is called Why, 59 a half is so important and the other is important birthdays over.