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"Video threw it pledging to become a member of the Proud Boys in November 2020, went viral. Pruitt says prosecutors are asking him to help make the case against other Proud Boys facing conspiracy charges, but he claims he no longer associates with the extremist group. I don't have anybody to throw under the bus, nor would I anyway. And I just, what I'm saying does it fit their narrative? Because they would like me to come forward and say that it was planned. And I'm like, no, it wasn't. Everybody thinks that people have all these plans and going in the building. And that's my knowledge. I was in touch with some pretty right wing people. And we never heard anything about that. While Pruitt waits out his next court date, he spends most of his days inside his Nashville apartment, wearing an ankle bracelet, and abiding by a 9 p.m. curfew, except when he's working as a bartender, something that is approved by the court. Pruitt expects his case to go to trial and says he still stands by the big lie. For sure. And do you still believe that? I still believe. Jessica Schneider, CNN, Washington. It's got some perspective now from Barbara Walter, a Professor of political science at the University of California in San Diego. She's also author of the forthcoming book, how Civil War how civil wars start and how to stop them. I appreciate you joining us. I want to jump right to the title of your book because it's a fascinating subject. How do in the civil wars you looked at? How do civil wars get started? And how close do you think is the United States? Yeah. Anderson, I've been studying civil wars for the last 30 years in places like Syria, rock, Mozambique, Northern Ireland. And one of the things that we've learned is that certain factors tend to emerge across cases, no matter where these civil wars break out. Over the last 5 years, I've been watching what's happening here in my own country. And one of the things that I have seen is that these same factors are emerging here in the United States, and they're emerging at a surprisingly fast rate. That's the reason why I wrote this book. So what factors are you talking about? What specifically do you do you look at? I mean, Mozambique, you had renamo, which was very violent. I mean, the Mozambique Civil War was incredibly violent. What are the parallels? Yeah, so we don't look at individual cases for four years since 2017. I was on a task force run by the U.S. government called the political instability task force. And one of our jobs was to come up with a predictive model of where around the world, not here in the United States, where across the globe, political instability and political violence was likely to break out. And we put in 56 different factors from poverty to income inequality, all the things we could possibly think of that might lead a country down the path towards war. And to our surprise, two factors were by far the most important. The first was what we called anocracy. That's a fancy term for partial democracy. It's governments that are neither fully democratic, nor fully autocratic. There's something in between. And the second important factor was whether citizens, the population of these countries broke down along racial ethnic and political and racial ethnic and religious lines formed political parties along those lines and then tried to capture power to exclude everyone else. So it was this mix of enoc and racial politics that were the two best predictors of Civil War. And of course, when you hear that and you think about our country, our democracy has been declining over the last 5 years. In fact, right after January 6th of last year, our country was classified for the first time as an anocracy since 1800. The United States is no longer the world's longest lasting democracy. That honor goes to Switzerland. And of course, our politics have become increasingly defined, not by political ideology, but by race. So how does one step back, how does a place step back from the brink of this? So we do also understand this. And I guess there's three things that I'd want to tell the American public. The most important thing is simply for citizens to be aware of the dangers of democratic decline. Don't be complacent about this. I talked to a lot of people and many of them don't feel particularly worried about what's happening with their democracy because they're thinking about authoritarian regimes. And they know that it's a very, very long road before we become like an Iran. So they're not threatened by it. What they don't know is that there's this in between stage that can be quite unstable and quite violent. And that's the direction the United States is heading. So we know the warning signs of Civil War. And if we know them, we can do something to prevent wars before they happen. The second thing I would say is to take a partisan politics out of our elections. It's becoming increasingly easy for parties to meddle in the elections. And that's deeply undemocratic. And of course, the last thing is to strengthen our democracy. Our executive has our executive branch has become increasingly more powerful than every other branch. So we need to reinstate checks and balances on the executive and we know, of course, that there's been voter suppression. And then there are real

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"Jessica Schneider begins our coverage tonight out front live in Washington. So, you know, Jessica Garland has been, you know, mostly silent, not talking at all about this. And yet on the eve of the one year anniversary of the insurrection, he spoke out, defended his investigation detailed it. How different is this from what we've heard from him before? Well, you sort of alluded to it, Erin. You know, this was really a much more forceful attorney general than we've heard in previous public remarks. And it's really the first time that Merrick Garland is revealing that the Justice Department could in fact go after the former president or his allies who spread those false election fraud claims and stoke those flames that led to the insurrection. Now to be sure, the attorney general did speak very carefully. He didn't reveal any details about possible ongoing investigations or who investigators might be looking at, but his comments basically amounted to, look, be patient, our investigators are looking at this and there could be more to come here. You know, this was essentially Garland pushing back on all of his critics who have said maybe the DoJ isn't moving fast enough or maybe the DoJ isn't targeting the right people. The attorney general pushed back on that and he touted a lot of the statistics here, Aaron from the investigation. He talked about the fact that 700 more than 700 people have been arrested so far. A number of them have been prosecuted saying they've had 145 defendants plead guilty, and he said that those people who pleaded guilty so far mostly to misdemeanors saying that that's the prosecutorial resources could be conserved so they could eventually focus on more serious perpetrators here. Aaron, at the end here, Garland said the actions we have taken thus far will not be our last. And that was really the final words from this attorney general saying that more will come, but they're going to do it in their own way a way that he always says they'll do it adhering to the facts and the law here, Aaron, but there will be more to come. That's for sure. Yeah, and interesting, of course, as he said, for people who were there or not there that day. I mean, you know, obviously I'm not saying he's saying anything specific there, but as you point out, there isn't a single word that was said that wasn't said without purpose today. And so those stand out as well. All right, thank you so much. Jessica covering this. I want to go to Donald a are now former Deputy Attorney General under president George H. W. Bush and Ellie honey, the former assistant U.S. attorney for the southern district of New York. So Don, let me start with you. Because you have raised the alarm about the Justice Department with concern that they don't appear to be investigating Trump or other high level officials for their roles in the insurrection. So today, you hear the attorney general say that he quote remains committed to holding all January 6th perpetrators at any level, accountable under law, whether they were present that day or were otherwise criminally responsible. In the context of every word in that prepared statement being chosen with such care and specificity, did Garland reassure you today or not. He did. He did. I thought it was a very strong statement. And I thought he was really clear and you played back the key parts of it. They're basically looking hard and going to put all the resources necessary and to investigating at every level up to the top and ultimately the judgment that's got to be made is going to have to be as he said, a judgment based on the facts that they are able to develop. I think there's an important background to this that is, I think, one has to grasp to answer the question, why are we only hearing this now? And I think a part of the answer is that when he came into office, attorney general Garland faced the experience of the Trump administration, particularly under attorney general Barr, where he had abused the processes of the department very greatly by misusing the department for political reasons. His job won coming in was to restore trust by restoring the practices of the department, which include generally speaking, not commenting at all on investigations. So we really haven't heard very much from him about this investigation up until now. And it's not surprising in general that we wouldn't. I think a lot of us were of the view 6 or 7 months ago that it was really a tough call whether it would be wise in terms of the national harmony and everything else to consider a prosecution of the former president. And I think where all of us are now is that there's a great sense of urgency. And I think he captured it today. There's a great sense of urgency and achieving accountability and an accountability that possible all the way to the top or at least as far as you can get. So obviously it's an optimistic view and a positive view of what you heard. Ellie, I feel like you heard something a little bit different. Yeah, and if I would have heard this speech today, when Merrick Garland took office in March of 2021, ten months ago, I would have said, great. He said all the right things. He gave some important aggressive signals that you pointed out earlier in the show. However, the problem is, we're now a year out from January 6th, where ten months out from Merrick Garland taking office and the actions have not matched that rhetoric. And I want to be specific here. Two things. First of all, all of those 700 cases that DoJ has prosecuted, they have come in light. And don't take it from me three different federal judges. Obama appointees and a Trump appointee in D.C. have criticized the OJ for being, quote, schizophrenic for taking a quote bafflingly lenient approach to these cases. That's number one. Number two is I've seen no indicators that Merrick Garland is meaningfully going after the real power sources here. No subpoenas aimed at those people, no grand jury impaneled to go after those people. Certainly no charges aimed at those people. And nobody in position really to flip at that level of power. So words are great. Words matter, but action matters more to me and I'm not seeing that. So Don, let me ask you about that because the pace of the investigation has been slow, right? We talk about 350 people who are on camera committing violent offenses against the government that they still haven't found. That's just one example. But they have, they've gotten a lot of stuff, right? And they've gotten, let me go through it here what I have 5000 subpoenas in search warrants. 2000 devices have been seized. 20,000 hours of video footage have been gone through. And yet, no subpoenas, or any witnesses that we've heard about against Trump or anyone high up in that inner circle. Does that worry you, Donald? Well, I think it, I think it's probably the case because we probably would have heard, had there been such subpoenas that they had, in fact, been issued. We don't know that for sure. But there's been an enormous amount of work in the cases that they've had now. I think I agree with Ellie that it would in hindsight now have been better if they had gotten started sooner on focusing on the people at the top. And again, I say that not really knowing because we have no right to know in no way to know just what's been going on. But I think we wrote that in The New York Times column that we did that it didn't seem that that was happening. What I take heart in now is that this attorney general, who I know a little bit myself personally. And I know it could be a person of great integrity. And he is now told us in no uncertain terms what his commitment is. And I take him at his word, and I think we're going to be seeing things. I think we're right. I think Ellie, we have to look and see what does happen now, but I'm optimistic that things are going to be happening now because he's told us in no uncertain terms. And he's not a man who would lie. No, I mean, Ellie, I guess what I'm saying is how much do you read into holding anyone accountable? Whether they were there or not, you know, whether they were violent or not, right? I mean, it almost sounds like, you know, you read between the lines, he's saying, don't worry. I am going to be holding people accountable who weren't actually smashing windows.

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"I'm David cobra and Shanghai, China. New Delhi. Beirut. In Kinshasa. Somaliland. Moscow and Downing Street. But now it's revealed that The White House and this is CNN. Across Africa, businesses are working together like never before. All new on CNN connecting Africa. Join me and Lenny Jocko as we Chris cross the continent to show you how new connections between people places and projects are revolutionizing commas in Africa. All new connecting Africa Saturday on CNN in association with a fraction bank. On the next eco solutions, go inside expo 20 20 Dubai to see how the elements are being harnessed for good. From the sun and essential resource. All throughout the day, our energy trees rotate just like sunflowers to face the sun. To the earth and the sky, we were inspired by kite borders, how they can convert the wind energy into mechanical energy. Eco solutions Sunday on CNN. I'm Nick Robertson in Moscow and this is CNN. Good evening, we start with breaking news. Two days before the one year anniversary of the attack on Capitol Hill to overturn an election, the House select committee charged with investigating that attack has issued a letter tonight asking Sean Hannity to cooperate. Authored by the top Democrat and Republican on the committee, the letter includes newly released texts by Hannity that were written before and after the riot. They indicate the Fox News host may have relevant information for the committee's investigation about what the former president and his allies were doing as he sought to retain power. A joint now by congressional correspondent Ryan nobles. So what exactly is the committee seeking from Hannity? Well, Anderson, they think he's a material witness to what happened on January 6th. And they want to know about the conversations that he had not only with officials that had a very close relationship with the former president Donald Trump, but Trump himself. And in this letter that they sent to Hannity, they outlined several text messages that he sent to Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan and others were he expresses real concern about the way the former president was conducting himself leading up to January 6th. And seriously questions the motivation that they had to try and convince the former vice president Mike Pence to stand in the way of the certification of the election results. So they want to know about those conversations. They want to know how Trump responded to these pleas by Sean Hannity. It is, of course, interesting Anderson because the posture that we're seeing in these private text messages very different from the public posture Sean Hannity had, at that time, and then of course in the days and weeks after. Has there been a response from mister Han's attorneys? So Jay sekulow, who is representing Sean Hannity at this point, said that he and his client are reviewing the letter and they're trying to decide how to respond to it, but earlier before he had actually seen the letter itself, Sekou had said that he is very concerned that there are some First Amendment issues with this request, but the committee makes it very clear that they're not interested in Hannity's television program or his work as a television commentator, they're much more interested in his role as a political adviser to the former president and they want to know what role he played in the decisions that were made around that time. And if he can offer any insight into how the president and those connected to him conducted themselves during that period of time. Yeah, because I mean, if you read the text message it is that were released, it seems like he may have spoken to The White House counsel, it seems like he was certainly having communications with other people, certainly a lot in The White House and on Capitol Hill. I understand you're learning about the committee wanting to speak directly with the former vice president. Yeah, that's right. Anderson, I spoke earlier today, exclusively with the chairman of the committee Benny Thompson. And I asked him how interested they are in learning more from Mike Pence and specifically if they'd be interested in talking to them to him, I should say, and Thompson said yes, that in his mind he would love it if Pence came forward on his own accord voluntarily and sat with the committee and told them what he knows about the events leading up to January 6th. At this point, the committee has not even made that formal request for him to come forward voluntarily or issued a subpoena, but they are very interested in talking to Pence and what's interesting about this Anderson is that we already know that there are a number of close Pence aides, Mark short, his former chief of staff, Keith Kellogg, who served as his national security adviser, who have already come in and spoke with the committee about what they know about those events. So the role that Pence played in all of this is very central to the investigation, Thompson told me he's interested in learning about the pressure campaign that was put on pence's shoulders at that time and also the security situation that he was under. The situation that forced him to be let out of the Senate chamber and he wants to know how his security detail handled that situation. Anderson. All right, Ryan nobles appreciate it. Thank you, hundreds of people charged after the riots, of course, and is there Jessica Schneider's discovered almost one year later, and many are not at all ashamed of what they did. No matter what it's cost them. If I give you ask me if I do it again, I want to say yes, but then I question it back my head. Former proud boy Josh Pruitt describes his past year as an emotional train wreck. I don't feel like I did anything wrong, but knowing the consequences that came out of it would be the part that would make me question it. Prosecutors have laid out an array of video as evidence against him. Our crew can be seen confronting capitol police officers after walking in through the shattered front doors, and inside the capitol crypt Pruitt is caught smashing a sign. All of it leading to 8 federal charges against him, including counts for destruction of government property and acts of physical violence, but Pruitt defends his actions that day, clinging to the big lie that former president Donald Trump continues to spread and saying he has no plans to plead guilty. I was just a patriot out there, you know, protesting against what I think is a stone election. Trying to send him to prison for a few years over this. I think it's a complete joke. Are you concerned that you could be, in fact, sent to prison? I concerned. Pruitt is among the more than 700 people now charged in connection with the capital attack. 70 plus defendants have been sentenced so far about 30 getting jail time. The first week in January, I have to report to prison, Jenna Ryan flew a private jet to Washington and notably boasted that storming the capitol was one of the best days of her life. Her lack of remorse in part prompted a judge to impose a 60 day sentence after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor. The judge saying he wanted to make an example of her after she shamelessly tweeted that she wouldn't get jail time since she has blond hair, white skin, and did nothing wrong. All those 600 people that have been arrested are now wondering what's going to happen to them and prison is can happen. Several of those sentenced are expressing remorse, Eric Rao got 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to just one count of disorderly conduct. Federal judge James bosberg admonished Rao for trying to undermine the peaceful transfer of presidential power what he called one of the country's bedrock acts. Rauch struggled to speak at sentencing, telling the judge, there is no excuse for my actions on January 6th, I can't tell you how much this is just twisted my stomach every day since it happened. Another rioter Robert reader got three months in jail. During his sentencing, he pleaded with a judge, saying he lost his family, his job, and his place within his church community after January 6th. I am embarrassed. I am in shame reader said, the hurt that I have caused to other people, not just to myself, has left a permanent stain on me, society, the country, and I don't want to be ever remembered for being part of that crowd. Josh Pruitt, though, still isn't willing to admit guilt or cooperate with prosecutors.

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"I'm Delia Gallagher in Rome, and this is CNN. Almost a year after the violent assault on the U.S. capitol in America remains deeply divided. I mean, it might even be more divided, I think, than a year ago. Supporters of former president Trump led the January 6th attack on the seat of government Congress. And as hundreds of them are charged convicted and sentenced, some accused rioters still show no remorse while others do. They show that they are regretful of that day. CNN's Jessica Schneider has this story. It's like if you ask me if I do it again, I want to say yes, but then I question it back my head. Former proud boy Josh Pruitt describes his past year as an emotional train wreck. I don't feel like I did anything wrong, but knowing the consequences that came out of it would be the part that would make me question it. Prosecutors have laid out an array of video as evidence against him. Can be seen confronting capitol police officers after walking in through the shattered front doors, and inside the capitol crypt, Pruitt is caught smashing a sign. All of it leading to 8 federal charges against him, including counts for destruction of government property and acts of physical violence, but Pruitt defends his actions that day, clinging to the big lie that former president Donald Trump continues to spread and saying he has no plans to plead guilty. I was just a patriot out there, you know, protesting against what I think is a stone election. Trying to send me the prison for a few years over this. I think it's a complete joke. Are you concerned that you could be in fact sent to prison? I concerned. Pruitt is among the more than 700 people now charged in connection with the capital attack. 70 plus defendants have been sentenced so far about 30 getting jail time. The first week in January, I have to report to prison, Jenna Ryan flew a private jet to Washington and notably boasted that storming the capitol was one of the best days of her life. Her lack of remorse in part prompted a judge to impose a 60 day sentence after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor. The judge saying he wanted to make an example of her after she shamelessly tweeted that she wouldn't get jail time since she has blond hair, white skin, and did nothing wrong. All those 600 people that have been arrested are now wondering what's going to happen to them and prison can happen. Several of those sentenced are expressing remorse. Eric rau got 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to just one count of disorderly conduct. Federal judge James bosberg admonished Rao for trying to undermine the peaceful transfer of presidential power, what he called one of the country's bedrock acts. Rauch struggled to speak at sentencing, telling the judge, there is no excuse for my actions on January 6th, I can't tell you how much this is just twisted my stomach every day since it happened. Another rioter Robert reader got three months in jail. During his sentencing, he pleaded with the judge, saying he lost his family, his job, and his place within his church community after January 6th. I am embarrassed. I am in shame reader said, the hurt that I have caused to other people, not just to myself, has left a permanent stain on me, society, the country, and I don't want to be ever remembered for being part of that crowd. Josh Pruitt, though, still isn't willing to admit guilt or cooperate with prosecutors. Video of Pruitt pledging to become a member of the Proud Boys in November 2020 went viral. Pruitt says prosecutors are asking him to help make the case against other Proud Boys facing conspiracy charges, but he claims he no longer associates with the extremist group. I don't have anybody to throw under the bus, nor would I anyway. And I just, what I'm saying does it fit their narrative? Because they would like me to come forward and say that it was planned. And I'm like, no, it wasn't. Everybody thinks that people had all these plans and going in the building. And that's my dog. I was in touch with some pretty right wing people. And we never heard anything about that. While Pruitt waits out his next court date, he spends most of his days inside his Nashville apartment, wearing an ankle bracelet, and abiding by a 9 p.m. curfew, except when he's working as a bartender, something that is approved by the court. Pruitt expects his case to go to trial and says he still stands by the big lie. For sure. And do you still believe that? I still believe. And Pruitt isn't the only one. I actually spoke with several accused rioters on the phone, all of them declined to talk on camera. They cited their ongoing cases or their desire to step back from the public glare, but the handful that I spoke with told me they still believe the election was stolen. Some even dispute that it was just pro Trump supporters who stormed the capitol building on January 6th. They falsely told me that members of antifa were also involved. Now, meanwhile, the FBI is still trying to identify more than 350 people who committed violent acts on the capitol grounds, so still a lot of the investigation still left. Brianna and John, really fascinating report. Thank you so much for that. To say lies upon lies, all this time. All the sine waves and they're being fertilized, right? That lie about the false flag operation. We've been talking a lot about Sean Hannity today. He fertilized that. He was one of many people who did. All right, pardon my French, but French president Emmanuel Macron has a new COVID strategy for the unvaccinated piss them off. How do you say that in French? 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"Welcome back to CNN news from everyone. I'm as far as if you just joining us. Let me bring you up to date with our top stories this hour. The committee investigating the attack on the U.S. capitol on January 6th wants to hear from Fox News host Sean Hannity. Newly released text messages sent by Hannity to form a president Donald Trump and his advisers before and after the insurrection revealed just how much he knew about the attack as well as Trump's state of mind. Lawmakers are also looking to speak to former vice president Mike Pence, the committee's chairman told CNN he'd like to know the details about his evacuation from the U.S. capitol, a formal request of Pence hasn't been made but the panels hoping they will come forward voluntarily. Well, meanwhile, former U.S. president Donald Trump is now facing two new lawsuits filed by police officers who work the U.S. capitol on January the 6th. They alleged Trump direct the assault that left them injured, CNN spoke wood one man charged in the capital riot, who says he doesn't believe he did anything wrong, Jesse and Schneider has a story for you. So if you ask me if I do it again, I want to say yes, but then I question it back my head. Former proud boy Josh Pruitt describes his past year as an emotional train wreck. I don't feel like I did anything wrong, but knowing the consequences that came out of it would be the part that would make me question it. Prosecutors have laid out an array of video as evidence against him. No crew can be seen confronting capitol police officers after walking in through the shattered front doors. And inside the capitol crypt, Pruitt is caught smashing a sign. All of it leading to 8 federal charges against him, including counts for destruction of government property and acts of physical violence, but Pruitt defends his actions that day, clinging to the big lie that former president Donald Trump continues to spread and saying he has no plans to plead guilty. I was just a patriot out there, you know, protesting against what I think is a stone election. Trying to send him to prison for a few years over this. I think is a complete joke. Are you concerned that you could be, in fact, sent to prison? I considered. Pruitt is among the more than 700 people now charged in connection with the capital attack. 70 plus defendants have been sentenced so far about 30 getting jail time. The first week in January, I have to report to prison, Jenna Ryan flew a private jet to Washington and notably boasted that storming the capitol was one of the best days of her life. Her lack of remorse in part prompted a judge to impose a 60 day sentence after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor. The judge saying he wanted to make an example of her after she shamelessly tweeted that she wouldn't get jail time since she has blond hair, white skin, and did nothing wrong. All those 600 people that have been arrested are now wondering what's going to happen to them and prison is can happen. Several of those sentenced are expressing remorse. Eric rau got 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to just one count of disorderly conduct. Federal judge James bosberg admonished Rao for trying to undermine the peaceful transfer of presidential power what he called one of the country's bedrock acts. Rausch struggled to speak at sentencing, telling the judge, there is no excuse for my actions on January 6th, I can't tell you how much this is just twisted my stomach every day since it happened. Another rioter Robert reader got three months in jail. During his sentencing, he pleaded with the judge, saying he lost his family, his job, and his place within his church community after January 6th. I am embarrassed. I am in shame reader said, the hurt that I have caused to other people, not just to myself, has left a permanent stain on me, society, the country, and I don't want to be ever remembered for being part of that crowd. Josh Pruitt, though, still isn't willing to admit guilt or cooperate with prosecutors. Video of Pruitt pledging to become a member of the Proud Boys in November 2020 went viral. Pruitt says prosecutors are asking him to help make the case against other Proud Boys facing conspiracy charges, but he claims he no longer associates with the extremist group. I don't have anybody to throw under the bus, nor would I anyway. And I just, what I'm saying doesn't fit their narrative. Because they would like me to come forward and say that it was planned. And I'm like, no, it wasn't. Everybody thinks that people had all these plans are going in the building. And that's my knowledge. I was in touch with some pretty right wing people. And we never heard anything about that. While Pruitt waits out his next court date, he spends most of his days inside his Nashville apartment, wearing an ankle bracelet, and abiding by a 9 p.m. curfew, except when he's working as a bartender, something that is approved by the court. Pruitt expects his case to go to trial and says he still stands by the big lie. I didn't believe he was told for sure. And do you still believe that? I still believe. And Pruitt isn't the only one. I spoke with several accused rioters on the phone, all of whom declined to talk on camera. They cited their ongoing cases or their desire to step back from the public glare. But the handful I spoke with told me they still believe the election was stolen. Some are even disputing that it was just pro Trump supporters who stormed the capitol building on January 6th, falsely telling me members of antifa were also involved. Meanwhile, the FBI is still trying to identify more than 350 people who they say committed violent acts on capitol grounds, so still a lot more of this investigation still to come. Jessica Schneider, CNN, Washington. And of course, on the anniversary of the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. capitol CNN has a look at the heroes who protected U.S. democracy join Jake tapper and Anderson Cooper for a two hour special event live from the capital January 6th, one year later begins Thursday at 8 p.m. if you're washing in Washington D.C. and that is Friday if you're watching in Hong Kong only here on CNN. Now, a federal judge in New York says he'll soon decide whether a civil sexual assault case against Prince Andrew will move forward or be dismissed. Virginia dufresne, excuse me, is suing the prince claiming he's sexually assaulted her when she was underage the Duke of York denies the allegations and his lawyers argue 2008 9 agreement between dufresne and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein shields the prince from giuffre's lawsuit. CNN's max foster's life for us outside Windsor Castle this morning. Good morning to you, max. Of course, the prince's lawyer is looking to get the case dismissed on the grounds of this 2009 agreement, but the U.S. judge didn't seem very convinced yesterday by those arguments. Well, the judge was listening to all sorts of different arguments. They were getting really into the weeds of whether or not this 2009 agreement is even relevant to this case. But whether judge seemed to veer towards the du phrase side of the argument when he pointed out that this was a secret agreement until Monday this week. It was only meant to be seen by du Frey and by Epstein and therefore, as a result of that context, only due fray or Epstein can enforce it. Epstein's dead, G fray certainly isn't enforcing it and Prince Andrew arguably isn't able to enforce it, because he wasn't party to that secret agreement. So that seemed to be something that the judge was acknowledging in the hearing yesterday. He's going to go away, consider his ruling and come back. He says very soon, but this is in legal terms, so that could be a month. We don't really know what very soon means. He wasn't being very specific. But it's interesting speaking to U.S. legal experts last night because that's actually quite an unusual view of these types of agreements, which are very common. I'm told in U.S. courts. And if he does fall on G fray side, saying this is a secret agreement, only she can enforce it Andrew Kant, that that actually would set a president precedent in U.S. legal agreements. So it's interesting either way, but Andrew very much focusing all of his efforts right now on trying to get this case dismissed all together and avoiding going to trial, which could be in September if the case

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

08:11 min | Last month

"jessica schneider" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"The Thursday will mark a year since the January 6th insurrection in the United States. And that means security is ramping up in Washington. Although Homeland Security says it isn't aware of any specific or credible threats at this time, clearly they are taking precautions. Meanwhile, former U.S. president Donald Trump is now facing two new lawsuits filed by police officers who were at the U.S. capitol on January the 6th, 2021. The alleged Trump directed the assault that left them injured. Seeley and spoke with one man charged in the capital who says he doesn't believe he did anything wrong. Cinnamon's Jessica Schneider brings us his story. If you ask me if I do it again, I want to say yes, but then I questioned back my head. Former proud boy Josh Pruitt describes his past year as an emotional train wreck. I don't feel like I did anything wrong, but knowing the consequences that came out of it would be the part that would make me question it. Prosecutors have laid out an array of video as evidence against him. Crew can be seen confronting capitol police officers after walking in through the shattered front doors, and inside the capitol crypt Pruitt is caught smashing a sign. All of it leading to 8 federal charges against him, including counts for destruction of government property and acts of physical violence, but Pruitt defends his actions that day, clinging to the big lie that former president Donald Trump continues to spread and saying he has no plans to plead guilty. I was just a patriot out there, you know, protesting against what I think is a stone election. Trying to send the prison for a few years over this. I think as a complete joke. Are you concerned that you could be, in fact, sent to prison? I concerned. Pruitt is among the more than 700 people now charged in connection with the capital attack. 70 plus defendants have been sentenced so far about 30 getting jail time. The first week in January, I have to report to prison, Jenna Ryan flew a private jet to Washington and notably boasted that storming the capitol was one of the best days of her life. Her lack of remorse in part prompted a judge to impose a 60 day sentence after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor. The judge saying he wanted to make an example of her after she shamelessly tweeted that she wouldn't get jail time since she has blond hair, white skin, and did nothing wrong. All those 6 hundred people that have been arrested are now wondering what's going to happen to them and prison is can happen. Several of those sentenced are expressing remorse. Eric rau got 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to just one count of disorderly conduct. Federal judge James bosberg admonished Rao for trying to undermine the peaceful transfer of presidential power what he called one of the country's bedrock acts. Rausch struggled to speak at sentencing, telling the judge, there is no excuse for my actions on January 6th, I can't tell you how much this is just twisted my stomach every day since it happened. Another rioter Robert reader got three months in jail. During his sentencing, he pleaded with the judge, saying he lost his family, his job, and his place within his church community after January 6th. I am embarrassed. I am in shame reader said, the hurt that I have caused to other people, not just to myself, has left a permanent stain on me, society, the country, and I don't want to be ever remembered for being part of that crowd. Josh Pruitt, though, still isn't willing to admit guilt or cooperate with prosecutors. Video of Pruitt pledging to become a member of the Proud Boys in November 2020 went viral. Pruitt says prosecutors are asking him to help make the case against other Proud Boys facing conspiracy charges, but he claims he no longer associates with the extremist group. I don't have anybody to throw under the bus, nor would I anyway. And I just, what I'm saying does it fit their narrative because they would like me to come forward and say that it was planned. And I'm like, no, it wasn't. Everybody thinks that people have all these plans and going in this building. And that's my knowledge. I was in touch with some pretty right wing people. And we never heard anything about that. While Pruitt waits out his next court date, he spends most of his days inside his Nashville apartment, wearing an ankle bracelet, and abiding by a 9 p.m. curfew, except when he's working as a bartender, something that is approved by the court. Pruitt expects his case to go to trial and says he still stands by the big lie. For sure. And do you still believe that? I still believe. And Pruitt isn't the only one. I spoke with several accused rioters on the phone, all of whom declined to talk on camera. They cited their ongoing cases or their desire to step back from the public glare, but the handful I spoke with told me they still believe the election was stolen. Some are even disputing that it was just pro Trump supporters who stormed the capitol building on January 6th, falsely telling me members of antifa were also involved. Meanwhile, the FBI is still trying to identify more than 350 people who they say committed violent acts on capitol grounds, so still a lot more of this investigation still to come. Jessica Schneider, CNN, Washington. Well, in the anniversary of the journey of the 6th insurrection at the U.S. capitol, CNN, I will have a look at the heroes who protected U.S. democracy, join Jake tapper and Anderson Cooper for two hour special event live from the capital January the 6th, one year later, begins Thursday, 8 p.m. in Washington, D.C., if you're watching here in Abu Dhabi, that is early Friday morning. It's a waiting game now as a U.S. judge says he'll soon decide whether or not to drop a civil claim of sexual assault against Prince Andrew. Virginia dufresne is suing the prince, claiming the sexually assaulted it when she was underaged and the Duke of York denies his allegations on Tuesdays, lawyers argued that a settlement agreement between dufresne and 6 offender Jeffrey Epstein shields Prince Andrew from dufresne's lawsuit. Well, the judge pushed back on that argument. He hasn't made his decision as of yet, though, CNN's royal crosswell and max foster. Joining us from London. How is this case being perceived or being perhaps received in the UK? What's interesting isn't it? We talked yesterday Becky about the ins and outs of the case. Very top lawyers in this hearing really going into battle and Prince Andrew's team strategy is to try to get the whole case dismissed from court, very clever, legal work being done here, but as you say, there's a PR battle as well. And I have to say, if you look at the British newspapers, at least Prince Andrew is very much losing there. And I think this probably encapsulates it from the spectator a column by Sam leith. Prince Andrew is fighting a PR battle and losing his strategy may be legally brilliant, but stinks as public relations. I think a lot of the issue here, and it goes back to the 2019 interview he did with the BBC, doesn't it? Where he seems very defensive all the time, but he isn't expressing any sympathy for any of the victims that might be associated with Jeffrey Epstein. I think that's one of the things that constantly comes up on social media, at least. Another column here from Alison Pearson and the telegraph, the court of public opinion, has already found Prince Andrew guilty. There's no going back for him, which is a huge thing to say. He hasn't been found guilty of anything in court, but it does feel as if, according to the papers that he's losing the PR battle and they feel Alison pierce feels at least that he has to relinquish all his remaining public roles. Max boss is in London a few folks, max. Thank you. We're in Kazakhstan. Protesters have stormed

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

08:02 min | Last month

"jessica schneider" Discussed on TuneInPOC

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It does clean out what's going on inside here. It's nice to breathe. Now it's time for you to breathe better too with Nevada. Clean nose, healthy life. Hi. I'm Shannon storms fedor. When we started selling my health products online, our shipping process was painfully slow. Then we found ship station. Now we're shipping out orders 5 times faster, and thanks to ship stations discounted rates, we're saving a ton. Honestly, we couldn't do it without ship station. Join over 100,000 online sellers who get shipped done, with ship station, go to ship station dot com slash TV and get two months free. Breaking news, former president Trump hit with two new lawsuits from police officers who responded to the January 6th attack, alleging Trump directed the assault that left them injured and traumatized. It comes as some of the people who ride at that day remain defiant, saying that they didn't do anything wrong, and they have no regrets. Jessica Schneider is out front. If I do it again, I want to say yes, but then I question the back of my head. Former proud boy Josh Pruitt describes his past year as an emotional train wreck. I don't feel like I did anything wrong, but knowing the consequences that came out of it would be the part that would make me question it. Prosecutors have laid out an array of video as evidence against him. No crew can be seen confronting capitol police officers after walking in through the shattered front doors, and inside the capitol crypt, Pruitt is caught smashing a sign. All of it leading to 8 federal charges against him, including counts for destruction of government property and acts of physical violence, but Pruitt defends his actions that day, clinging to the big lie that former president Donald Trump continues to spread and saying he has no plans to plead guilty. I was just a patriot out there, you know, protesting against what I think is a stone election. Trying to send me to prison for a few years over this. I think it's a complete joke. Are you concerned that you could be, in fact, sent to prison? I concerned. Pruitt is among the more than 700 people now charged in connection with the capital attack. 70 plus defendants have been sentenced so far about 30 getting jail time. The first weekend January, I have to report to prison, Jenna Ryan flew a private jet to Washington and notably boasted that storming the capitol was one of the best days of her life. Her lack of remorse in part prompted a judge to impose a 60 day sentence after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor. The judge saying he wanted to make an example of her after she shamelessly tweeted that she wouldn't get jail time since she has blond hair, white skin, and did nothing wrong. All those 600 people that have been arrested are now wondering what's going to happen to them and prison can happen. Several of those sentenced are expressing remorse, Eric Rao got 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to just one count of disorderly conduct. Federal judge James bosberg admonished Rao for trying to undermine the peaceful transfer of presidential power what he called one of the country's bedrock acts. Rausch struggled to speak at sentencing, telling the judge, there is no excuse for my actions on January 6th, I can't tell you how much this is just twisted my stomach every day since it happened. Another writer Robert reader got three months in jail. During his sentencing, he pleaded with a judge, saying he lost his family, his job, and his place within his church community after January 6th. I am embarrassed. I am in shame reader said, the hurt that I have caused to other people, not just to myself, has left a permanent stain on me, society, the country, and I don't want to be ever remembered for being part of that crowd. Josh Pruitt, though, still isn't willing to admit guilt or cooperate with prosecutors. Videos through it pledging to become a member of the Proud Boys in November 2020 went viral. Pruitt says prosecutors are asking him to help make the case against other Proud Boys facing conspiracy charges, but he claims he no longer associates with the extremist group. I don't have anybody to throw under the bus, nor would I anyway. And I just, what I'm saying does it fit their narrative? Because they would like me to come forward and say that it was planned. And I'm like, no, it wasn't. Everybody thinks that people have all these plans and going in the building. And that's my knowledge. I was in touch with some pretty right wing people. And we never heard anything about that. While Pruitt waits out his next court date, he spends most of his days inside his Nashville apartment, wearing an ankle bracelet, and abiding by a 9 p.m. curfew, except when he's working as a bartender, something that is approved by the court. Pruitt expects his case to go to trial and says he still stands by the big lie. For sure. And do you still believe that? I

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Let's start with this. Let's go to breaking news. This is from the Supreme Court CNN's Jessica Schneider. What do we know? Yeah, Victor and Allison, the Supreme Court has issued two decisions related to the Biden administration's vaccine mandates. Remember, there were challenges that were heard just about a week ago in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers who I told you, I told you they were going to block it. So with 100 people or more. This was a vaccine mandate that effectively went into effect on Monday, just the masking portion of it. And effectively went into effect. Vaccine portion of that man that you effectively go into effect, I just. It was supposed to go into effect February 9th. Now that she did say that effectively goes into effect, and she say that, I think she said that effectively goes into effect. Go in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers with 100 people or more. This was a vaccine mandate that effectively went into effect on effectively went into effect. Monday, just the masking portion of it, and the vaccine portion of that mandate was supposed to go into effect February 9th. Now that mandate is completely blocked. This is a mandate that would have affected about 80 million workers across the United States at large employers. Businesses had said to the Supreme Court, you need to block this, the agency does not have the power, that's osha. They do not have the power to put this mandate into it. Now, unless you think elections don't matter, this was a 6 three vote. And Sonia Sotomayor, Ellen and Kagan. Justice breyer, Clinton nominee, they all dissented. Can you imagine had Hillary won the election? In fact, the Supreme Court agreeing with them. So that mandate is blocked. On the other hand, there was also another mandate that the Supreme Court was looking at. This Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett, all Trump nominees. Had Hillary won we would have had three more Sonia Sotomayor's, who falsely claimed over a 100,000 children were hospitalized with COVID many of whom were on ventilator, she said, and Elena Kagan. Was for healthcare workers, affecting about 10 million people, it was put into effect by Health and Human Services. The justices during arguments indicated that that might be okay and turns out the justices saying that mandate is okay. So we have a bit of a mix here for the Biden administration. They wanted this mandate that arguably affected a lot more people about 70 million more people to be allowed to go into effect, but it will not. This is CNN. You can see how pressure sounds. Large employers now no longer have to enforce this mandate that their employees had to wear masks for the time being and beginning in February had to be vaccinated. That mandate has been blocked by the Supreme Court. Donald Trump's biggest achievement is he prevented Hillary from becoming president of the United States. Had she become president there have been three more of people just like this. Council, those numbers show that all Macron is as deadly and causes as much serious disease in the unvaccinated as Delta did. The numbers look at the hospitalization rates that are going on. We have more affected people in the country today than we had a year ago in January. We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people is severely ill on ventilators. We have over a 100,000 children, which we've never had before in serious condition and many on ventilators. And even Jake tapper of CNN said, but that's not true. We come back. Joe Biden poll numbers continue to fall and their speculation that Hillary will be the nominee in 2024..

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Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 11 months ago

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

"But first, let's start with this. Let's go to breaking news. This is from the Supreme Court CNN's Jessica Schneider. What do we know? Yeah, Victor and Allison, the Supreme Court has issued two decisions related to the Biden administration's vaccine mandates. Remember, there were challenges that were heard just about a week ago in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers who I told you, I told you they were going to block it. So with 100 people or more. This was a vaccine mandate that effectively went into effect on Monday, just the masking portion of it. And effectively went into effect. Vaccine portion of that man that you effectively go into effect, I just. It was supposed to go into effect February 9th. Now that she did say that effectively goes into effect, and she say that, I think she said that effectively goes into effect. Go in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers with 100 people or

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"They're not embarrassed. They don't kit. There's no fact check. You can expose them to they simply. Don't care nicole. Everything you said about the rush oaks was fake. I don't care we're gonna do fake again because fake is good. They don't care so she lies about the rudy. Giuliani briefing or or repeats ally. She's got a protective. And she does it by going back to the russia hoax. Cnn had a chip into the effort to dare really really terrified about berea vodka. Vich and what. She was doing in ukraine being exposed. Why if she was doing nothing wrong and she's paid by. Us tax payer dollars. What's the problem. Here's jake tapper at cnn again cnn. Chipping in gotta cover for your out of its check. This out in our politics lead today. New details about what feds are actually investigating after they raided rudy. Giuliani's home and office on the upper east side of manhattan. This week the times now reports that that raid was connected to former ambassador marie ivanovich. You might remember then. President trump removed her as the us ambassador to ukraine in two thousand and nineteen and as she testified in the impeachment inquiry from was on twitter attacking her at that very moment of territory cording to the new york times in the midst of giuliani. A bunch of shady characters trying to dig up dirt on. The biden's giuliani wanted her fired but at whose direction former president trump ukrainian officials with giuliani trying to play both sides. The feds are going to great lengths to answer. That question as cnn's jessica schneider now reports this bizarre these are media media people who have seemingly no interest whatsoever in what you're was up to. Why president trump and the administration felt the need to let her go and they refer to the biden information as dirt. Despite the fact that the information about one hundred biden employment in ukraine under shady circumstances israel have no interest in that none they just have to frame it as giuliani was going after you've wanted it was a russian thing and therefore it's bad nobody asks any questions. Well we're going to ask questions. Even though i'm on their watchlist just look it up yourself. You making this up some conspiracy theory. I don't care. I mean if you really were under the illusion that you were going to somehow intimidate me into not talking about this you are insane. I was going to say something. I can't say on. Fcc hers you are crazy. I'm now going to talk about it more so we discussed in the beginning and massari. I don't want to repeat myself. I know sometimes. I that complaint. But it's for a reason. Tell people what you're gonna tell them. Tell them and then tell them what you told them. It's the only way to tattoo it on. Everyone's brain sats. How important this story is. I set up the show saying what are they hiding. And how the media the swamp and outside groups working together at the high diss by getting rid of giuliani. They're trying to hide what was going on in ukraine where maria von was the ambassador. I now set up for you. The media portion washington post new york times. Cnn baghdad nicole. They've all set up. The narrative rudy was working for the russians targeting. This loyal patriot. Marie ivanovich now. Let's talk about how this swamp worked with the media to immediately rushed to the defense of uganda edge. And what she was up to nbc. News darren gregorian. This is from february of two thousand twenty. Maria vich key figure. Trump's impeachment makes a book. You wow deal. Great is that when the she's going to describe it a book deal. She was doing in ukraine. Nice how they get to write these books rehab their reputations after they get pushed out or whatever you wanna call it so marie ivanovich was involved in the impeachment of donald trump to his dad. In that strange. Marie ivanovich such an interest than getting trump out of office. Trump knows something about marie ivanovich. What was going on in ukraine. Why was marie ivanovich. A quote key impeachment witness and she gets a book deal afterward about. Isn't that fascinating. So we know marie of autumn which was involved in the impeachment of donald trump donald trump. We saw her up there as a witness seem very interested in getting him out. What exactly was going on in ukraine when she was the ambassador there. Here's where the show notes come in handy today or the newsletter. I use the terms. Interchangeably again bongino dot com slash newsletter. Re this. jim. From john solomon back in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and know. The article hasn't been discredited. That's just the media desperate to cover the tracks of marie ivanovich and others. This is a a key piece for you to read to understand the entire operation to take out giuliani and trump. They hill us embassy. He pressed ukraine to drop the probe of george soros group during the two thousand sixteen election. What the hell is the. Us embassy under barack obama being run by maria von of during the two thousand sixteen presidential election which donald trump is we all know one over hillary clinton what in haiti's was our embassy doing in ukraine pressing a foreign government to drop it investigation. That's almost unprecedented. Why were we doing that. What were they investigating in ukraine. When von was in charge why was a us embassy obama so eager to make it go away may say how does this title rudy. Giuliani.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on WSB-AM

"CBS News Political surprise late Today, Rudy Giuliani is no longer representing Donald Trump Giuliani Till now the public face of the former president's various a legal challenges to the election results. CNN's Jessica Schneider reports. This comes after another legal shock today. However, it's unclear at this point if the announcement is at all connected to the lawsuit that was filed by Democratic Congressman Bennie Thompson today, But in this complaint Thompson is laying out this alleged conspiracy against Trump and Giuliani in the lawsuit. It traces Trump's words and actions in the months leading up to the insurrection. And it details how Trump and Giuliani really in the terms of this lawsuit spouted misinformation, angry rhetoric for weeks before the election, as well as after and then lead linking all of that rhetoric. The attacks from the hundreds of people that included members of the proud boys an oath keepers. So analysts already say this lawsuit is a long shot. But should it move forward. It could be real legal trouble for Trump and Giuliani could be called to testify, which may at least partially explain the parting of the ways. Today, the Fulton County Elections Board has voted to fire its director of the vote 3 to 2 during an often heated videoconference. Rick Bear and terminated because of myriad problems last year, most notably those long, long lines in the Georgia June primary governor camp is calling for an overhaul of the Georgia Citizen's arrest law. About a year now, after Amon Armory was killed while out for a jog, governor says Our Bree was a victim of vigilante style violence that has no place in Georgia. He's asking the Legislature to repeal the Civil War era citizen's arrest law that was cited as a reason to not hold the killers accountable. WSB news time is 6 33 now live team coverage of traffic.

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Supreme Court says states can punish Electoral College voters

The Vegas Take

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court says states can punish Electoral College voters

"In the unanimous decision, the Supreme Court has ruled electoral college electors must vote in a matter consistent with their state laws. Correspondent Jessica Schneider has details of this important election year decision on the Electoral College is the key to determining who becomes president. 270 electoral votes needed to win in this morning Supreme Court, issuing an unanimous 9 to 0 decision Saying that each of the states throughout this country they may in fact, bind those so called electors in each state, meaning that each state can mandate that each of the electors must vote for the state's popular

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White House's Mulvaney to sue over House impeachment subpoenas

Sean Hannity

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

White House's Mulvaney to sue over House impeachment subpoenas

"I think what has to does that make Mulvaney is facing opposition in his bid to join a lawsuit over the house impeachment inquiry correspondent Jessica Schneider reports former trump administration adviser Charles government doesn't want Mulvaney to be part of his effort to ask the court to determine compliance with subpoenas is attorneys now say hastens Kupperman himself has never publicly disclosed any information relating to his official duties of the White House he should not be lumped into the same suit as Mick

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William Barr sees a legal way to ask about citizenship on census

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

William Barr sees a legal way to ask about citizenship on census

"He was Attorney General William Barr said Monday he sees a way to legally required the citizenship question on the twenty twenty census here's correspondent Jessica Schneider doesn't factor in the reality that the census has already gone to print without the question and the legal fights are still going strong Mars is the trump administration will take action in the kind of coming days here stay

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Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

Markley and Van Camp

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

"The supreme court has toss to murder conviction and death sentence of a black man in Mississippi. Corespondent, Jessica Schneider at the supreme court supreme court in a seven to two decision overturning the conviction of Curtis flowers in Mississippi saying that the district attorney in that case improperly and unconstitutionally engaged in racial discrimination when throwing African American jurors out of the

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U.S judge strikes down rule allowing ‘skimpy’ health insurance plans

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

U.S judge strikes down rule allowing ‘skimpy’ health insurance plans

"A federal judge is blocked another effort by the Trump administration. Do undermined the Affordable Care Act. Corespondent, Jessica Schneider reports. The judge struck down a rule that emerged from a presidential executive order. This rule actually expanded these so-called association health plans for small businesses now on its face. This rule actually made it easier for these small businesses, and these people who are self employed to band together to buy health insurance. But in all practicality, this judge ruled that it was really a way for these businesses to really do the run around of the ObamaCare

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Roger Stone leaves door open to cooperation with special counsel

Ben Maller

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Roger Stone leaves door open to cooperation with special counsel

"Would tell the truth about his communications with Donald Trump, which he says never involved Russia. Now, of course, Roger stone was indicted on Thursday and arrested in that early morning. FBI rate Friday at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida any now face. Seven counts, including obstruction witness tampering and false statements to congress corespondent, Jessica Schneider. The death toll from a pipeline explosion last week in central Mexico has risen to one hundred fourteen. Mexico's health minister said forty six of those injured in the blast have died in the hospital. He said thirty three

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Trump ally Roger Stone charged with lying in Russia investigation

The Savage Nation

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Trump ally Roger Stone charged with lying in Russia investigation

"Former adviser Roger stone will be arraigned in Washington DC next week as part of the investigation into Russian interference in the election, and any Trump campaign connections to the Kremlin corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Roger stone is still facing. Some serious charges of witness, tampering, false statements and obstruction and this seven count indictment and importantly, there is a lot in this. Underlying the underlying details of the statement that is really damaging and raising those continued questions about what could be yet to come in the smaller probe, and whether perhaps there was some larger conspiracy with the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks

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White House Must Reinstate Jim Acosta’s Credentials, Judge Rules

Chris Plante

01:03 min | 4 years ago

White House Must Reinstate Jim Acosta’s Credentials, Judge Rules

"Way. He said, this is an highly unusual set of facts, and then he laid out the fact that Jim Acosta showed up at the White House gate on that night the day after the midterm elections. And that he was actually notified by tweet. He said that just did not satisfy due process. He also pointed to the fact that the government when they made their arguments on Wednesday. They couldn't point to who the alternate decision maker. Was to revoke the hard pass here. They couldn't say whether it was Sarah Sanders, the press secretary, or whether it was the president himself corespondent, Jessica Schneider. There's been a lot of buzz in the media and in Washington since the election about a possible staff shake up in the administration. Senior adviser Kellyanne Conway's downplaying the notion the president's frustrated about anything inside

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Mitch McConnell: No more delays

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

Mitch McConnell: No more delays

"Mitch McConnell says he won't stand for any more delays in the Senate will vote this week on Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court. But as corespondent Jessica Schneider reports the FBI is investigating allegations of sexual assault. And that investigation is underway. With more interviews, including one with accuser, Deborah Ramirez. Already conducted other people the FBI has spoken with Leland Kaiser and PJ Smith both were identified by Christine Blasi Ford as being at the party where her assault allegedly occurred. They told the Senate Judiciary committee. They don't recall the party or the incident, but are willing to cooperate with the FBI.

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Democrats could win the house but lose the senate in the midterm elections

Chip Franklin

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Democrats could win the house but lose the senate in the midterm elections

"While Democrats have a good chance, according to polls and pundits of taking control of the US house. The Senate could go to the Dem's or is he a couple more Republicans added to their majority. Pollsters majority leader Mitch McConnell list. Ten states where seats could switch all of them too close to call and every one of them like a knife. Fight alley. I mean, just overall Tennessee is a prime example with Senator. Bob corker retiring it would have been inconceivable for a democrat to win in November. But former governor Phil Bredesen still popular may do just that still the cards would have to go very much and Democrats favor for them to win

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Tesla customers may face longer response time as deliveries rise

Chip Franklin

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

Tesla customers may face longer response time as deliveries rise

"Tesla is apparently having trouble informing customers about deliveries of the model. Three mass market electric car in a Twitter response to a customer today. CEO Elon Musk wrote some may experience a longer response times because of a large increase in vehicle deliveries in North America. He wrote that resolving the issue is Tesla's top

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Judge delays opening statements in Paul Manafort's next trial

Dave Ramsey

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

Judge delays opening statements in Paul Manafort's next trial

"Statements for the, second trial, of former Trump. Campaign chairman Paul Manafort will be delayed by a week to give his attorneys more time to prepare corespondent Jessica Schneider reports the judge will likely limit certain kinds of questions during jury selection he said that, more people, in DC, probably woke up surprised or, maybe even disappointed the day after the two thousand sixteen election but she did tell both sides she likely won't allow any juror questions about whether or not, they voted in the election she will ask jurors. If they haven't Ukrainian ties or if they posted about Paul Manafort on social media.

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Paul Manafort, President and Michael Golan discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

Paul Manafort, President and Michael Golan discussed on 24 Hour News

"The president's former. Lawyer has, struck a, plea deal today US attorney Robert Khuzami Michael Golan pled guilty to felony charges five of those, don't with tax evasion for the years two thousand twelve through two thousand sixteen which. He failed to report approximately

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Paul Manafort, President Trump and Trump discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Paul Manafort, President Trump and Trump discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Has found, former Trump. Campaign official Paul Manafort guilty of eight financial fraud charges. Corespondent Jessica Schneider the judge informed Paul Manafort of this. Guilty verdict, in part Paul Manafort stared straight ahead as he. Stood before the judge he did not smile and he, showed no emotion now Paul Manafort the former campaign chairman President Trump he is now. Facing up to eighty years in prison the. President's former lawyer, has struck a plea deal today US attorney Robert Khuzami Golan

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Google, Muriel Bowser and US discussed on Chris Plante

Chris Plante

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Google, Muriel Bowser and US discussed on Chris Plante

"Many Google workers. Are protesting a controversial Chinese search engine product. More than thousand employees at Google. Signed a petition opposing the company secretive. Plan to build. A search engine that would comply with Chinese censorship the. Letter complains that most employs only found out about the project nicknamed Dragonfly through media. Reports most Google services have been blocked in China since March of twenty ten when the company stopped self censoring its. Content the protests similar to one where thousands of employees had signed in resistance of project may. Than a US military contract that Google decided in June not. To

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Ex-Roger Stone aide refuses to testify before grand jury in Mueller probe

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Ex-Roger Stone aide refuses to testify before grand jury in Mueller probe

"Special counsel Robert Muller has turned his attention to President Trump's longtime associate. Roger stone as part of his Russian investigation Muller's investigators. Are questioning one friend of. Stone this morning it started this morning anyway but another friend of stone. Refused to appear before a grand jury today corespondent Jessica Schneider report looks like Roger. Stone is a big part of this investigation Roger stone himself has not, been in, contact with a special counsel's office we know but all of these people in his orbit. Are, now part of this special counsel probe again the. Manhattan Madam is before the grand jury today we know that Andrew. Miller who is also. A confidante Roger stone. He was also subpoenaed he has not appeared he will be held in

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Trump says Saudis agreed to up oil output

Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

01:38 min | 4 years ago

Trump says Saudis agreed to up oil output

"The trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy say they expect hundreds of thousands of people will show up the aclu predicts three hundred thousand people will gather in washington dc corespondent jessica schneider is there expecting what could be thousands of people out here who will look to send their message directly to the president to the trump administration hot and humid weekend is a head for much of the northeast today meteorologist allison chinchar has the numbers geographically you're covering over a dozen states population wise this is over a third of the population of the us more than two thousand people walk through the capital of maryland last night to honor five people murdered this week of the capital gazette newspaper office the charges against the thirty eight year old suspect carry a maximum penalty of life without parole maryland has no death penalty in thailand people are coming together to keep alive hope that twelve boys in their soccer coach who disappeared in a mountain cave will be rescued christopher fruit i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump wants more oil from saudi arabia to help lower prices and he says the saudis have agreed in a tweet this morning trump said he persuaded king salman of saudi arabia to consider steps that would boost oil production move such as that would jostle the truce oh pack agreed to last weekend with regard to production cuts general motors is warning that it may have to reduce its operations in the us and cut jobs depending on the breadth of tariffs applied to imported vehicles and auto parts gm's announcement shows how high many industrial leaders believed the stakes are as trade tensions mount gm's announcement follows similar moves.

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