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Graham says Barr committed to letting Mueller probe continue

All Things Considered

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Graham says Barr committed to letting Mueller probe continue

"Just as deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is preparing to exit to talk through the changes at Justice and what they mean for the Russia investigation. NPR's Terry Johnson's here in the studio with us. I carry hey are what kind of reception did. William forget from senators today, mostly a warm one Bill Barr met with Republican lawmakers, including Lindsey Graham, the incoming chairman of the judiciary committee, Lindsay Graham told reporters he asked bar a lot of questions about the Russia investigation in the man leading it special counsel, Robert Muller bar and Muller are apparently good friends. Miller attended the weddings of bars. Children and Lindsey Graham says bar told him Muller is not on a witch hunt bar said he would make sure Muller can finish the job. And according to Graham bar also said he would quote, lean on the side of transparency. In terms of releasing any public report that Muller prepares all this new information, maybe coming out now to make bars nomination more attractive to democrat. Okay. So it's clear what the central tension point in this confirmation fight will be given that the Justice department is changing leaders in the middle of this contentious investigation, while his confirmation really be that easy. You know, there are a few complicating factors here. Whether or not these guys socialize with each other bar has been critical of some parts of this Russia probe. Democrats have been asking Bill barter recuse himself from overseeing it that's because he wrote a memo last year to the Justice department arguing that obstruction of Justice should be out of bounds. When it comes to Trump's firing a former FBI director, Jim Komi in that memo. Bill Barham, essentially said the firing was within the president's power not a crime, but bar has not agreed to recuse himself. In fact, it's hard to imagine why he would do that. And take this job. Remember, President Trump had a vendetta against the guy who used to be attorney general Jeff Sessions for recusing himself and leaving the. Russia probe in the hands of the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, and there is news about rod Rosenstein future. Today, Tulsa latest there. NPR's confirmed Rosenstein plans to leave the Justice department sometime after Bill bar is confirmed by that time Rosenstein will open on the job nearly two years. That's a long tenure for a deputy AG. It's probably the hardest job in the department in normal times. These are not normal times. I'm told Rosen signs leaving on his own terms. He's not being post, even though the writing's kind of been on the wall since the New York Times reported last year at one point he had discussed wiring, President Trump Rosenstein sides he was being sarcastic. They never went ahead with that idea as long as you're in the studio, I want to ask you about a development in the case against President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, this looks like some self inflicted damage

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House Oversight chair says Comey testimony should be taped, made public

07:27 min | 2 years ago

House Oversight chair says Comey testimony should be taped, made public

"Very often. But I do think Jim Komi is right leaks. Are counterproductive weather. Jim commies doing it. Whether the FBI is doing it or whether congress is doing it. The remedy for leaks is not to have a public hearing where you are supposed to ask about seventeen months worth of work and five minutes. I think the remedy is to videotape. The deposition videotape. The transcribed interview that way the public can see whether the question was fair. They can judge the entirety of the answer. But there is no fonder on the planet that tries to discover the truth and five minute increment. And I can't think of one that DOJ it on national television. So we have to do the same way we've handled every other witness, which is transcribed interview deposition. I am sensitive to leaks. I hate leaks. I think they undercut the authenticity of the investigation. But the remedy is not to have a professional wrestling type carnival atmosphere, which. Is what congressional public hearings have the call? What how would a tape deposition change that? I mean, his concern is that he's implying. This is just gonna be political grandstanding. Well, people act differently when there are cameras in the room. Trust me, what I say that they're very constructive interviews when there is no camera what I would propose him. Bob, Goodlatte chairman. He can decide what I would propose is videotape that interview from pillar to post scrub it for classified information in case. Somebody inadvertently ask her answers and then release it to the public release the entire interview. But do not make members of congress questioned someone that Democrats think cost Hillary Clinton the election and Republicans have a lot of questions for do. Not ask us to limit seventeen months worth of decision making to five minutes of questions. No other serious fact finder tries to do it in five minutes. So I don't know why congress thinks it can is that a formal offer to Mr. Comey. If I were the chairman of judiciary, it would be a formal offer. I think Bob Goodlatte Bob Goodlatte hates leaks every bit as much as I do. Which is why he doesn't do it. But he also is not going to let Jim Komi who by the way. The FBI was never conducted an interview in public never and he wasn't interviewed by Mahler in public. So the notion the gym call me, all of a sudden loves public interviews. He hadn't done in his entire career. So Bob Goodlatte will decide and it won't be Jim combing. You've also put in a request this week to the White House. For more information about why Vonk Trump presidential adviser. Opposite presents daughter was using private Email for government government business people. Remember, you well from the probe you lead into Benghazi that helped to uncover Hillary Clinton's use of private E mail at the time, you said that there should be prosecution of her for divulging classified information or in any way mishandling. It would you similarly call for that kind of prosecution of the president's daughter. Well, I will defer to whatever tape megs ist, but I have tried to avoid ever calling for the prosecution of anyone including Hillary Clinton. And I'm pretty sure that's true. Because a lot of Republican John set with me on their two separate issues. Divulging classified information is a crime using personal Email upon which conduct public business is not a crime. You're not supposed to do. It is not best practices. It actually, violates statutes and regulations. Pub public work is is a privilege and part of that. Is you give up the right to use your private Email to conduct government work? So you should keep the record MS Clinton should do it. Eric Holder everyone throughout government who conducts official business should use official Email on if you don't then you should take other steps to safeguard it. And that's what we need to know from this Trump, but. I've never called for Hillary Clinton to be prosecuted, and I couldn't possibly have done it for using private Email because it's not a crime mishandling classified information. I think some have been terminated your past statements about that too to have called for further actions. But in this case, the president has already said for Ivanka Trump that he thinks there was nothing to see here. Are you concerned that he is saying that at this point before there is an investigation by your committee? I am concerned anytime any president prejudges the outcome of an investigation. Whether it's President Obama, whether it's President Trump. I've already talked to Mr. Trump's attorney I've already talked to mister Cummings. We've already written a letter to the White House. Congress has responsibility to make sure that the records and the presidential records act is complied with and that is true. No matter no matter who the person is whether it's secretary Clinton or whether it's Tom Perez or whether it's a vodka Trump. So we've taken steps we we've done more in the last week. And then some of my House Democrat colleagues did the entire time we were looking into Benghazi. So I'm at peace with what we've done, but we need the information, and we need it quickly. And then the public can judge whether or not those two vac patterns are similar I want to also ask you before you go. You're an attorney. You're a former federal prosecutor, do you agree with the very unusual public statement that we heard this week from chief Justice John Roberts who rebuked the president in many ways saying we do not have Obama judges or Trump judges Bush judges or Clinton. Judges. Do you can share his concern that the judiciary is being politicized? Margaret, I wish chief Justice Roberts were right. I wish there were not a political association of the judiciary. But it's not just politicians every print article that you will go five this afternoon refers to judge is based on the president to put him or her in office, and you see terms like conservative and ultra conservative and liberal the modern which are political terms, but they're used to describe judges. So I wish chief Justice Roberts were right. I wish that we did not refer to judge is based on which president put them in office as if that is somehow to inextricably lead us to the conclusion, but it's been happening since I was a kid. It's been happening for fifty years that we have used political terms to describe judges. I wish we would stop. But President Trump's not the first person to do it. I think President Obama criticizes supreme court to their face in a state of the union. So I wish everyone would stop including the media referring to judge is based on. Which president put them in office. Right. Congressman got it. Good to talk to you. Thanks for joining us today. Yes, ma'am. Thank you. We turn out to Senator Angus king. He's an independent from Maine who caucuses with the Democrats, and he's on both the intelligence and Armed Services Committee. Senators Senator thank you for joining us today pleasure in your role and armed services. New will be looking in some way, what's happening with the use of US troops at the border. We saw this week that White House chief of staff. John Kelly signed an order here that seemed to loosen the restrictions on military personnel. And what they do with the southwest border allowing to engage in some form of law enforcement or some form of lethal force. That was a phrase used by the president. What exactly are US troops being asked to do? Well, the way you ask the question, I indicated the gray area that we're in because there's an

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Forests group halts plan to endorse Indonesian paper giant

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Forests group halts plan to endorse Indonesian paper giant

"Main global group for, certifying sustainable, would, has suspended plans to give. Its, influential endorsement To Indonesian paper giant cinemas after revelations that cut down tropical forests and used an. OPEC corporate structure to hide his activities the forest stewardship council says it's halted a process that could have enabled the Asia pulp and paper arm of center must to be readmitted to the organization the group. Says, it's awaiting, information from the conglomerate related to its corporate structure and, alleged unacceptable forest management activities, by companies thought related to it the f. s., SC Mark a, stylized tree is thought pay paper producers and other would users as an endorsement. They can use in the marketplace to promote their products as green and charge a premium

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Chinese Goods May Face 25% Tariffs, Not 10%, as Trump's Anger Grows

Democracy Now

07:41 min | 2 years ago

Chinese Goods May Face 25% Tariffs, Not 10%, as Trump's Anger Grows

"Dot or the warrant piece report I'm Amy Goodman President Donald Trump. Called Wednesday for his attorney general to immediately end special counsel. Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election prompting critics to charge the president is guilty of obstructing Justice, and a Wednesday morning tweets, storm Trump, wrote this, is a terrible situation in Terni general Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged. Witch hunt right now before it continues to stay in, our country, any further. Congressman Adam Schiff the ranking. Democrat on the house intelligence committee responded this. Is an attempt to obstruct Justice hiding in plain sight America must never accept it At the White House senior administration officials. Claimed Trump was merely expressing an opinion this is White House. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Look the president is not obstructing he's fighting back the president is stating his opinion. He stating at. Clearly and he's certainly expressing the frustration that he has with the level of, corruption that we've seen from people like Jim Komi Peter Struck Andrew McCabe, President. Trump's call for an end, to the Muller, probe came on the second. Day of his former campaign manager's trial in Alexandria Virginia Paul Manafort. Faces eighteen charges including tax fraud Bank fraud and money laundering prosecutors told the jury Manafort hid much of the sixty million dollars. He earned from lobbying as an unregistered foreign agent on behalf, of pro, Russian Ukrainian, officials by stashing it in undisclosed overseas accounts witnesses, describe Manafort is spending lavishly from the accounts on cars, luxury goods home renovations even at fifteen thousand dollar ostrich skin leather jacket President Trump. Weighed in on the trial and a tweet suggesting Manafort. Is being treated worse, in jail, than the. Notorious Lobster Al Capone in south Texas the American immigration lawyers. Association says a. Migrant toddler who is separated from her family is part of the President Trump, zero tolerance border policy died shortly after being released from the Dili family, detention. Center he Houston-based lawyer Gani, tweeted the child, died following her stay at. An ice detention center as a result of possible negligent care and. A respiratory illness she contracted from one of the other children unquote last year lawyers with the ACO you and several other groups. Sued ice alleging it have been violating its own policy by, locking up, pregnant women, at Delhi and four other immigration jails the death, came as about seven hundred children forcibly separated from their, parents at the border have still not been reunited with them A federal court has declared. President Trump's executive order withholding funds from sanctuary cities in California unconstitutional however Wednesday's ruling by a three judge panel. On the ninth US circuit. Quarter of appeals will lift a nationwide injunction against Trump's crackdown on sanctuary cities a lower court is now slated to consider reimposing. That in Changcheng cities across California and then me and the other states, have passed sanctuary. City policies, barring local police from cooperating, with federal immigration agencies the New York Times reports that Trump. Administration's considering a plan to sharply. Reduce the number of refugees allowed to settle in the United States the plan which has the support of Trump's anti-immigrant senior policy. Adviser Stephen Miller would cap the number of refugees resettled next year to twenty five thousand forty percent drop. From the current cap the number of refugees allowed into the US by the Trump administration has slowed to a near trickle with The country already on pace to allow in the, fewest number of refugees since the federal refugee resettlement. Program was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty in Zimbabwe's capital Harare soldiers and police used tear gas water cannons and live ammunition Wednesday, to clear protesters who taken to the streets to allege Monday's presidential. And parliamentary vote was rigged at least three people were shot dead scores more left injured many of them film being beaten. By soldiers a spokesperson for the opposition party movement for democratic change called the violence and attack on democracy Deployment of tanks and fighting a fly munition on civilians porno apart in Greece Civilians are allowed to demand the specs of their rights, in an awful manner This order, may be dealt with by the police who are best trained for public quote Soldiers are trained to kill during war We. Are seriously to wonder what, this means are we in. War civilians the enemy of the state the deadly crackdown on protests came after election. Returns showed president Emmerson mnangagwa's ruling Zanu PF party. Is heading for a large parliamentary majority there's been no announcement, of a winner in the presidential race prompting international election observers to question the credibility of the vote in the Democratic Republic of Congo and new investigation by vice news bolsters evidence of. Ethnic cleansing of the. Haleema ethnic minority in the eastern province the violence began last December is hundreds of machete-wielding. Militiamen swept through areas west of lake Albert on Congo's border with Uganda about one hundred twenty communities were attacked with hundreds killed thousands. Of homes destroyed and. Some, three, hundred fifty thousand. People displaced investigative journalists Nick terse reports. The violence came after the US abruptly Support for peacekeeping. Efforts last year as part of President Trump's America first policies President Trump doubled down and his growing trade war with China Wednesday threatening. To increase tariffs on. A, range, of Chinese products. From ten percent to twenty five percent The tariffs would target some two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods Trump launched a tit for tat series, of, tariffs, after talks with. Beijing broke down in may prompting what Chinese officials have called the largest trade war in economic history Google is preparing to launch a service in China that allow Chinese sensors to block. Search terms, about human rights democracy religion and peaceful protests that's, according to the intercept which reports the. Project codename Dragonfly was launched in the spring of last year and. Accelerated after Google CEO met with a top Chinese government official in December. In response Patrick, Poon of, Amnesty International told the intercept quote the biggest search engine in the world obeying the censorship in China is a victory for the Chinese government it sends. A signal that nobody, will bother to challenge the censorship anymore he said Amnesty International, says, hackers recently targeted one of its staffers and a sophisticated surveillance effort by a hostile government to Spy on the group's work the staffer who was working on a campaign calling for the release of jailed women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia received an anonymous message and our Beck and. WhatsApp smartphone, application the message was found to contain a link, that would install the malware program Pegasus. Developed by an Israeli cyber intelligence firm which allows a third party. To spy extensively on an encrypted phones calls photos and messages amnesty warns. The attack was, likely part, of a much broader effort to spy on activists in several countries across Asia Africa and Europe The Trump administration's. Cleared the way for insurance companies to expand their sales.

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"jim komi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Ten thousand dollars is a serious crime from the IRS sixty million from a foreign dictator is a real, problem and this has to do. With the fact that Manafort was representing victory on Makovich. Who was the president of Ukraine who was deposed in? A, revolution he's now with. His lover of Janokovic living in Russia Where Putin who. Has always been a sponsor has granted him honorary citizenship Meanwhile is there an obstruction of Justice going on here Sarah Huckabee. Sanders was asked. About that the president is not. Obstructing he's fighting, back the president is stating his opinion he stating clearly and he certainly expressing the frustration that he has. With the level. Of corruption that we've. Seen from people like Jim Komi Peter Struck Andrew, McCabe there's a reason that the. President's angry and frankly most of America's angry as well and there's. No. Reason he shouldn't be able to voice that opinion okay the idea that the. President is fighting back, here is. One of the declarations it has been very very clear this entire thing began because President Trump wanted Jim Komi to declare publicly that Trump himself was not a target of investigation and Muller has. Declared that he, is not a target of this investigation he is now this is, not, an, investigation all about Trump and people may say well yeah but ultimately it is, because, it all turns on only if the president CHU Chooses to get involved in this personal way it is a terrible mistake for the. President to tweet. About this and argue. About it every day I do not see a, one iota one whit of potential. Gain for the conservative causes or for the president of the United. States. By obsessing on this rush investigation that's why we generally we don't talk about. It but if you, disagree on. That give me a call one eight hundred nine five.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WDRC

"Besmirching the reputation of tens of thousands of brave men and women who keep us safe prevent terrorist attacks fight crime every single day and a handful of people in the hierarchy of the organization have caused serious damage resistance and we believe that's peter struck let me play this sound bite comes from galle from jim komi and his interview here a special report i asked about these struck page tax and if he knew now what he knew then what he would do i'd have removed both of them from any contact with significant investigations so shouldn't there doing including those involving anybody connected to president trump but beyond that jay product then be questioned everybody including the candidate trump interviews hillary clinton deals with the bleach bits and the server and cheryl mills all of that interviews michael flynn and is integral in this whole case but he's one of many other people involved in all the things you just ticked off when i saw that the tax i was deeply disappointed in them but i never saw any bias any bias where he's not reading the same texoma reading the vote should be one hundred million zero he can't think of a single solitary american they should vote for donald trump to be president he said he'll stop it as a candidate he talked about impeachment once he won actually director komi unwittingly just proved the point of the question you ask him on follow what would you have kept him on the investigation had you known what you know now when he said no.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What ran counter to fbi norms and procedures and he knocks jim komi the former fbi director fairly substantially for those and goes through them in some level of detail and also you know there there were decisions that and and conduct on the clinton email investigation itself that was questionable but what he concludes is that none of this was done out of some sort of political bias or partisan animus in an effort to you know influence politics or sway the election itself and that is the major takeaway here or at least that's what the independent inspector general wanted people to take away from his report republicans will point to the details of the misconduct including some very damaging texts that were exchanged between two fbi agents who were involved in the investigation and involved romantically who have one of whom has since been kicked off of the russia investigation and say we take the inspector general at his word that these were inappropriate things that were done but we reject his conclusion that it wasn't because of politics we think it was because of politics we think that this was an instance of the fbi people in the in the fbi trying to deny donald trump the election and they were going to do what they needed to do to do that and so that's what they've taken away democrats on the other hand will say that this shows that you you had a few bad actors bad decisions but by and large this investigation.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WTMA

"If he is not supposed to recommend for prosecution that's up to the attorney general she defers to the fbi and then jim komi comes along and says he didn't think anybody would prosecute this but jim call went on to that same speech to say i've gotten emails from some employees about this who said if i did what hillary clinton did i'd be in huge trouble then he said quote my response is you bet your ass you'd be in huge trouble if you used a personal e mail g mail or if you had the capabilities to set up your own email domain if you use an unclassified personal email system to do your business in the course of doing our business even though you were communicating with people with clearances and doing work you discuss class and and doing work you discuss classified matters in that in those communications you would be in huge trouble in the fbi that is what qomi said so if you are in the fbi and you're using a private email server g mail yahu whatever it is hotmail whatever the aol you would be in big trouble with the fbi however in this inspector general report that we found out yesterday jim komi was using a personal email account to do fbi business now this is the guy that is supposed to be out there the teaching classes on effective leadership and he's the guy that's breaking the fbi rules tell me how jim komi is the upstanding guy that he pretends to be it's seven twenty five at the big talker to fifty wt tma what would it take for you to pass up an opportunity to achieve a lifelong dream well professional golfer phil mickelson had to make that very decision just weeks before the twenty seventeen us open it's the only major golf tournament that he's never won and commentators were warning him that at age forty seven his chances were closing and that's why everyone was surprised when phil withdrew just before the tournament he didn't back out because of pressure or an injury but because the.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WLOB

"Contributor he's been deeply involved in these issues from his time in congress so he'll be joining us in a few minutes as well before we get to him though we have a few other pieces to this puzzle i wanna put on the table christopher ray the current fbi director gave a press conference just about an hour ago that was i think by all accounts very measured strong he screams nonpartisan i think he's the kind of fbi director jim komi wanted to be seen and rape basically said you know we have to learn from this we're going to do better it's unacceptable and i think he going out there publicly and making these points was very important thing to do his predecessor jim komi has written a new york times op ed as a response and he makes the point that he obviously does not agree with all the inspector general's conclusions but he respects the work of the office he salutes professionalism he says reasonable people might choose to do things differently but he was glad the i g undertook this and looked at it very closely because he thinks transparency is good we're also getting responses from attorneys for all manner of people including from peter struck attorney who put out an interesting statement that that said you know highlighted the fact that the i g concluded that there is no evidence that political views impacted the handling of the investigation he also made a really interesting point which which at some point guide i should should talk about that not every fbi investigation is of equal importance to us national security because part of the i g report talks about a resource problem where there weren't enough resources to go through anthony weiner is laptop because quickly because people have been taken off and put on the russian investigation the peter struck attorney basically says yes not every investigation is of equal importance and i think that's true and i think it's interesting that they said this a lot to digest guy although the inspector general was dubious of the excuses given for that delay in pursuing the anthony weiner laptops situation and the hilary clinton email scandal involved the involved reams of classified information being compromised and then no no not not not.

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Trump fires back after New York sues president's charitable foundation

24 Hour News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Trump fires back after New York sues president's charitable foundation

"Ten ten wins news time four zero three and we began this afternoon with another zinger fired at the trump administration this time from the office of the new york attorney general a lawsuit filed today claiming that president trump basically use money from his charity as a personal atm to deal with everything from putting up business fires to you guessed it is remarkable run for the biggest job on the planet tenjin wins newsman al jones in our leadoff spot this afternoon the suit names the president and his three oldest children attorney general barbara underwood telling cnn the trump foundation was little more than a checkbook making payments for his businesses legal bills and campaign straightforward case of violation of the laws governing charitable foundations and nonprofit corporations are the president quickly responded accusing sleazy new york democrats and disciples of the former ag of being behind the suit this is not either a sleazy or political action nor was brought by mr schneiderman under what is asking the court to dissolve the trump foundation and pay two point eight million in restitution al jones ten ten wins in mid down also today president trump may or may not like this the justice department's inspector general came out with a report today about the fbi is handling of hillary clinton's emails leading up to the two thousand sixteen presidential election and four words it basically says jim komi screwed up although it doesn't appear that he was cherry picking for any particular party correspondent kenneth moten the department of justice inspector general found no evidence that dod prosecutors were driven by political bias in the hilary clinton email investigation the report also says there's no proof former fbi director james comey's actions during the two thousand sixteen campaign or the result of bias or an effort to influence the election but inspector general michael horowitz criticizes call me for nike being superior that doj properly informed president trump was looking to the report as a fresh line of attack against call me as he insists the f b i n call tried to undermine his campaign and the tweet call me says he disagrees with some of the doj's conclusions thing people have good faith can see the precedent that situation differently.

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"jim komi" Discussed on Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten

Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten

"So the way these the way they, they bent over backwards not to make the case on Hillary and the way they've scorched the earth to find anything they could find on Trump and they have violated every norm that we have about investigations, including announcing the existence of a counter intelligence investigation and look. I love Jim Komi, but I mean he gets up in congress March twentieth of twenty seventeen and announces not only. Announces the existence of a counterintelligence investigation, but floats out that. And we're also looking whether they coordinated with the Trump campaign under circumstances where he's been telling Trump for three months. And I don't think. I don't think in an particularly credible way. He's been telling Trump three months. He's not a subject of the investigation. Now to my mind that's nonsense. He was a subject investigation, but that's neither here nor there. He told the president, you're not a subject of or you're not under suspicion, or however you are elated it. But we can't say that publicly. I'd be with them on that except that you can't say publicly other things that would suggest a people that he's a either talk or you don't talk. And if you're gonna talk, you shouldn't talk. We have good rules for you don't talk, but you have to then tell the whole story. So if he had got up on on March twentieth and said, we're also looking at any coordination between Russia's interference in the election and the Trump campaign, but be mindful of the fact that President Trump is not suspected in that as I've told him a number of times, he is not a suspect in our investigation, but we're still looking at what other people in the campaign did. If he just said that, which is what you've been telling Trump then a lot of what we're dealing with, we would not be dealing with and he'd be he'd still be FBI director. Given that's the case, and you talk about sort of the viscera of norms and the scorched earth policy, and we can go through your calms you've written about the litany of issues from the fact that it was a counterintelligence investigation, not a criminal investigation that the order itself covering this was completely vague and seemingly limitless, and also subject to modification down the road with a letter from Rosenstein. And we can talk about the fact that the investigators themselves are being investigated right now in many cases and the the layers of conflict of interest and all of it given that's the case. And you see the way that people can get taken down who were on the wrong side of a particular issue. First of all, what is it that at core is animating those people that are scorching the earth. And then is there still a semblance of Justice because this feels like a Beria like kind of system where we have the man, and we just need to find the crime to stick on him. That to me is the most chilling and frightening thing about all this. Take all the particulars away from it. The fact that if you're on the wrong side, they will get you and they'll find a way even if there's nothing there that is really chilling. Yeah, yeah. I think..

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Harvey Weinstein, Harassment and Abc discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Harvey Weinstein, Harassment and Abc discussed on 24 Hour News

"Way home wins news time eight thirty four president trump is blasting the publication of questions that special counsel robert muller reportedly wants to ask him the new york times has those questions were compiled by mr trump's lawyers and provided to the times by a person outside mr trump's legal team correspondent saga megani is at the white house tonight the president says he'd so disgraceful after the new york times published nearly four dozen questions a special counsel's office gave his lawyers the president tweets there were no questions on collusion but the list does appear to indicate investigators are looking into possible collusion with questions about russian meddling and whether the trump campaign coordinated at all with moscow many of the questions focus on the obstruction of justice issue including the president's motives for firing fbi chief jim komi the president tweets it would seem very hard to obstruct justice for a crime that never happens and deputy attorney general rod rosenstein lashed out at republican allies of president trump who have drafted articles of impeachment against him saying the justice department won't be extorted or given to threats wins news time eight thirty five actress ashley judd is speaking out about the lawsuit she filed against harvey weinstein she told abc's good morning america that she wants weinstein held accountable for ruining her career i lost career opportunity i lost money i lost status and prestige and power in my career as a direct result of having been sexually harassed and rebuffing the sexual harassment weinstein's representatives says in a statement that the movie mogul championed ashley judd's worked in not defame her and plans a vigorous defense against her claims and weinstein is facing second lawsuit from a producer who says he sexually assaulted her on numerous occasions alexandra canosa is a producer of net flexes marco polo weinstein has previously denied any non consensual contact wins news time eight thirty six if you have plans to fly soon you probably have a list of things you dread on a plane a new survey concentrates on plane etiquette or lack thereof correspondent cheri preston has more power complaints in this order the kickers the stinkers the look the other way as the space hogs and the.

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"jim komi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"To evaluate potential misconduct in the fbi and doj in the investigation into hillary clinton that is how these texts came about they were ordered to produce them lisa page and stroke which they have some of them supposedly disappeared that was nonsense i told you that a long time ago they've now reappeared sorry for lengthy setup but here's the gym september twenty eighth of twenty sixteen let me just be clear why this date is important this is almost a month before matter of fact it isn't it's actually a monk before the letter jim komi sends the congress ten days before the presidential election reopening the hillary email case everybody remember that days before the presidential election the clinton trump election komi sends an email to congress saying hey we found this anthony weiner laptop new clinton emails from the dem's lost their minds yet the text i'm about to read you folks pay close attention is from september twenty eighth october twenty eighth is when the letter goes out to congress the textile re about the review is a month before here we go stroke techs page i got called up to andy's office likely talking about india mccabe the deputy director of the fbi since been fired got called up to andy's earlier hundreds of thousands of emails turned over by wieners attorney to st ny southern district of new york includes a ton of material from spouse spouse was whom abidine hillary's assistant sending team up tomorrow to review this will never end.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WGTK

"Let's keep this momentum going because this is what winning sounds like last night an incredible sit down with bret baier and jim komi and wow bret baier with a very very tough interrogation of the former fbi director who's on his book tour i swear the longer the longer this guy gives interviews the more appearances he makes the worst the worst he looks here's bret baier last night about the very obvious eight hundred pound elephant in the room the fact that the former fbi director was leaking like schiff i wanna play what the president said today about you on this channel me is a leaker and he's a liar and not only on this stuff he's been leaking for years he's probably been using his friend the socalled professor who now turns out to have fbi at clearance which he never said even lied about that because he never said that in congress he said he gave it to a friend and he gave it to a friend to leak classified information it's all classified it was totally classified so he illegally he did an illegal act and he said it himself in order to get a special counsel against me reaction to that is wrong facts really do matter which is why i'm on the show to answer your questions that memo was unclassified then it's still unclassified it's in my book the fbi cleared that book before it could be published that's a false statement now we're going to try to find the back and forth where bret baier says to him and i thought that would cut eight here here we go this is this is fascinating because bret baier pushes back is what do you mean you say it's not classified how's it not classified does you leak other things to mr smile and bread is i don't consider what i did with mr richmond a leak i told him about an unclassified conversation with the president question with anderson gave him nothing else ever.

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North Korea announces shut down of nuclear test site

TMZ

01:49 min | 2 years ago

North Korea announces shut down of nuclear test site

"Line for america buck sexton is back broccoli back monday but i'm here today mike o palca with you for one more hour on what i think is a historic night historic night is we have breaking news that north korea and we've talked about it and we will continue to talk about it north korea has announced it is shutting down its nuclear test site halls halting nuclear and missile tests ahead of the trump trump summit i'm stumbling because it's exciting yesterday buck shared with you the news that the precondition of removing american troops from the korean peninsula had been caught that that was no longer a deal breaker that north korea was okay with america keep against troops along the dmc and we i think we've got about twenty five thousand american troops there so this is big news we'll talk about that a little bit later we're also talking about the komi memo's we talked last hour with lawyer wendy patrick she's a prosecutor and i made a little fun of the memos and who who wouldn't they do read like a fifteen year old girls diary talking about the guy she likes him as he told me i had such a really good year but i'm also talking about who's going to play jim komi in the movie i initially brought up tim robbins because he's tall and he's a serious actor and i think he would be champing at the bit to do that but david in wyoming is checking in tonight he's got an idea david welcome to the buck sexton show how are you on just fine mike in your grand slam brother for taking up for but thanks for taking my call god bless you appreciate it what part of wyoming.

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James Matthew Bradley Jr., of Clearwater charged in smuggling-related deaths of 10 immigrants

Fresh Air

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

James Matthew Bradley Jr., of Clearwater charged in smuggling-related deaths of 10 immigrants

"Mccabe is forming a legal defense fund to pay attorney fees and cover a lawsuit he may file against the trump administration npr's carrie johnson reports mccabe is fighting back after tax from the white house it's been a tough week for fired fbi official andrew mccabe his one time boss jim komi says mccabe didn't tell the truth to justice department watchdog's investigating a media leak then came word the inspector general had referred me caves conduct prosecutors for possible criminal action mccabe denies wrongdoing he chucks up the problems to misunderstandings and honest failures to remember now he's moving to create a defense fund pay legal bills and for a possible defamation and wrongful termination case against president trump mccain's lawyer says the white house has been slandering mccabe and he says prosecutors are likely to close the case with no charges as long as the president doesn't interfere with the normal justice department process carrie johnson npr news washington the driver of the tractor trailer involved in the dead early case of human smuggling last summer is sentenced to life in prison sixty one year old james matthew bradley jr clearwater florida pleaded guilty to one count of transporting aliens resulting in death and one count of conspiracy to transport aliens resulting in death in july of two thousand seventeen the semi was found in a sweltering parking lot at a san antonio walmart inside were thirty nine people from mexico el salvador watermelon other countries eight were already dead two more died a short time later students across the nation or taking part in another walkout against gun violence and that includes kentucky where students observed.

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"jim komi" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on Super Station 101

"James the feeling james is that is that when jim komi in the book references something that might have called into question loretta lynch's objectivity and handling the clinton investigation he doesn't reveal what it is he doesn't reveal what it is but it to me when andrew mccabe goes to the wall street journal and says to them there is there there is an investigation of the clinton foundation board that's it but someone at the justice department don't want they do not want this to keep going or something like that what he said to the journal so they were clearly in cover up mode for hillary and everything she had done there clearly engaged in that and that to me that that is just beyond obvious at this point but nobody everybody gets immunity nobody gets in trouble there's one one i guess guy high tech guy who managed deletions it got into some trouble but none of the higher ups the investigation just was decided from the beginning it wasn't gonna go anywhere anyone thought that obama was going to allow hillary clinton to be indicted you know as you know moronic just has no idea that was never going to happen you know this whole thing was just was a you know a sad act you know of a bad play you know and it just went on and on and on and it was obvious that nothing was going to happen i mean in in this business of immunity can you imagine that my god give it give it.

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"jim komi" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on Super Station 101

"James the feeling james is that is that when jim komi in the book references something that might have called into question loretta lynch's objectivity and handling the clinton investigation he doesn't reveal what it is he doesn't reveal what it is but it to me when andrew mccabe goes to the wall street journal and see if and says to them there is there there is an investigation the clinton foundation board that's it but someone at the justice department don't they do not want this to keep going or something like that what he said to the journal so they were clearly in cover up mode for hillary and everything she had done they were clearly engaged in that and that to me that that is just beyond the obvious at this point but nobody everybody gets immunity nobody gets in trouble there's one one i guess guy high tech guy who managed the deletions got into some trouble but none of the higher ups the investigation just was decided from the beginning it wasn't gonna go anywhere oh without question i mean anyone thought that obama was going to allow hillary clinton to be indicted you know as you know moronic just has no idea that was never going to happen you know this whole thing was just was a you know a sad act you know of a bad play you know and it just went on and on and on and it was obvious that nothing was going to happen i mean in this business of immunity can you imagine my god give it give it always people of unity you know and this.

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Kaine warns U.S. mission shift in Syria, Iraq might be illegal

24 hour News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Kaine warns U.S. mission shift in Syria, Iraq might be illegal

"The words tweeted by president trump today to describe the air strikes in syria as the us uk and france responded to the chemical weapons attack by the syrian regime the question is what's next correspondent dan merica reports the president did warn syria other strikes will be launched if more chemical weapons are used the defense department yesterday could not say whether that red line that new set redline includes chorine gas the what was used during the suspected attack even as us officials say they're confident that both chlorine and sarah were used in the alleged attack that spurred the strikes me i'd states france and britain political reaction to the airstrikes democratic senator tim kaine of virginia called the military action on syria illegal i hope president trump will follow the american constitution it's very very clear congress has the power to declare war and only congress so if you're initiating war against a sovereign nation like syria that hadn't declared war on the united states it's only congress that can do it senator kaine a guest on cbs's face the nation overrun nbc's meet the press republican senator joni ernst of iowa agreed saying she thinks president trump should consult congress before any further action is taken in syria wins news time one zero three president trump's partner former vice president dick cheney's chief of staff could come as soon as friday scooter libby was convicted back in two thousand seven of perjury obstruction of justice and making false statements in connection with the leaking of cia officer valerie plame covert identity ranking member of the house intelligence this committee california democrat adam schiff telling abc's this week the president is sending a message saying if you're with me i have your back even if you've been convicted of leaking or obstruction of justice white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders responded on the same show once again adam schefter rarely rarely vases any comments in reality talk about a grandstand or he probably is hook line and sinker buddies with jim komi they both have never found a tv camera they don't love to be in front of congressman schiff came back telling george stephanopoulos i don't think she likes me very much george will you'd have to believe that.

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Sen. Tim Kaine calls action on Syria "illegal"

24 hour News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Sen. Tim Kaine calls action on Syria "illegal"

"The words tweeted by president trump today to describe the air strikes in syria as the us uk and france responded to the chemical weapons attack by the syrian regime the question is what's next correspondent dan merica reports the president did warn syria other strikes will be launched if more chemical weapons are used the defense department yesterday could not say whether that red line that new set redline includes chorine gas the what was used during the suspected attack even as us officials say they're confident that both chlorine and sarah were used in the alleged attack that spurred the strikes me i'd states france and britain political reaction to the airstrikes democratic senator tim kaine of virginia called the military action on syria illegal i hope president trump will follow the american constitution it's very very clear congress has the power to declare war and only congress so if you're initiating war against a sovereign nation like syria that hadn't declared war on the united states it's only congress that can do it senator kaine a guest on cbs's face the nation overrun nbc's meet the press republican senator joni ernst of iowa agreed saying she thinks president trump should consult congress before any further action is taken in syria wins news time one zero three president trump's partner former vice president dick cheney's chief of staff could come as soon as friday scooter libby was convicted back in two thousand seven of perjury obstruction of justice and making false statements in connection with the leaking of cia officer valerie plame covert identity ranking member of the house intelligence this committee california democrat adam schiff telling abc's this week the president is sending a message saying if you're with me i have your back even if you've been convicted of leaking or obstruction of justice white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders responded on the same show once again adam schefter rarely rarely vases any comments in reality talk about a grandstand or he probably is hook line and sinker buddies with jim komi they both have never found a tv camera they don't love to be in front of congressman schiff came back telling george stephanopoulos i don't think she likes me very much george will you'd have to believe that.

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Trump agrees with recommendation to pardon Scooter Libby

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Trump agrees with recommendation to pardon Scooter Libby

"His administration to develop some sort of plan to change the system at very well could impact amazon as a company although amazon is not singled out by name in the text of the executive order and the second piece brian is a part in the president's planning to pardon scooter libby we all remember that name from the two thousand seven trial involving the former covert cia agent valerie plame and scooter libby was convicted of obstruction of justice and of making false statements and perjury now he was he was not pardoned by president george w bush at the time although his prison sentence was commuted so he did not have to serve any time in jail but he was not ever pardoned by bush trump has decided has told people inside the white house that he will pardon libby and libya's important because he was a top aide top national security advisor to then vice president dick cheney so joyce i won't ask you to come out on amazon which is probably big enough to be able to say you know what we're good we'll form our own postal service by the trucks and the planes and hire the people but on scooter libby philip just touched on it why answer this question no one was was asking why scooter libby why now well i think that we'll have to draw the obvious conclusion libby was convicted in two thousand and seven ironically by a special counsel who was appointed by jim komi of all people and scooter libby was convicted of perjury of obstruction of justice and of lying to the fbi his sentence was commuted there's no urgency to fire him at this particular moment in time and it's really hard to miss how strongly this reeks of being a signal that trump is willing to issue a pardon for these particular types of crimes to someone who had this high level of standing inside of the white house almost as though it's a message to paul manafort or to mike flynn in in many ways feels like the circle of policy and this administration is fully completed this point with trump starting out complaining about hillary clinton and potential release of classified material and now pardon.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WLOB

"Reading mr schweitzer a pleasure to talk to you sir my question is is this you mentioned two examples obviously with biden and mitch mcconnell what i want to know is how did the richmond happens his political class other the non elected areas the example thinking specific love is andrew mccabe everybody was in an uproar who supported him when he got fired by jeff sessions and yet i've seen reports that said that this man was not going to be living off the value menu that he's already got a net worth of eleven million dollars yeah no i mean the caller brings up a great point which is this is not just about elective office it's p people that are in senior government positions in lots of respects and they're different methods certainly in the case of mccabe you have situation with james komi where you had an effect this revolving door occurring at the leadership of the fbi that the you know they work in the fbi and then go out and work either for law firms or for contractors sometimes those are contractors that do work with the fbi is jim komi did then they returned to head the fbi so the notion of sort of public service that you know it's not going to leapfrog you to something else that it's not going to create these different polls for your attention or for your loyalty because you're looking to cash in it goes far beyond elected office and the callers right it concludes elements in the senior leadership of the fbi and you know that's problem when you talk about the fbi which is supposed to be the premier law enforcement agency in the united states you don't think of it as a pathway to selfenrichment but it has become that in in in you know several instances that we know about thank you for your call tim as we go to the next call i've never fully understood this corruption understand that that people will will try to break the rules but if money is your goal going into politics is not the.

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"jim komi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Those law enforcement tools are not available to john brennan the c a cannot swear out a warrant but who can the f b at so brennan needs the fbi and jim komi brennan no to get the fbi onboard can't be seen pressuring the fbi himself joe so who does he use harry reid and the democrats in the congress he walks up there he briefs them harry reid fires off a letter the fbi now the fbi has got to get something done brandon can then claim hands off i didn't do anything i just brief them on fake information conveniently right around the same time that members of the fbi are briefing the white house and the president's chief of staff the fbi who is already by the way believe involved in this but needs needs a push gets it from harry reid yeah hate we cover this this morning on the radio show and when i heard it the first thing i thought of was that three weeks ago i we did we talked about it a while ago but sarah sources sarah's great sarah carter is terrific and resources are not mine i can just tell by the way she writes him in and yeah we it hurt a lot of this stuff and we discussed john brennan's role in doing this a while ago but now sarah's pieces really good and i'm telling you brennan needed the fbi the fbi was involved but needed a congressional push or some formal reason to get involved they needed to put a legal face in her investigation brennan's role in this and going up to the hill and talking to these people and harry reid and then harry reid writing a letter to the fbi requesting they investigated was exactly what they needed to start this whole operation and stroke who seems to know this was all in the plan from the beginning we're going to wait for harry reid to write this letter and then we're gonna.

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"jim komi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The new york times has the president was supposed to be golfing with greg norman the australian shark the great golf champion right of his era but it's raining so the president can't play golf so instead he sits in starts doing about jim komi he's doing the times reported because even won't komi wouldn't say publicly that trump himself wasn't under investigation weeks earlier komi had confirmed during testimony to congress that the fbi was investigating whether there was any coordination between the campaign and russia's efforts this is what the time says trump is thinking about on that rainy day he gets angrier in ingram he's talking to jared kushner who's there with him at the golf club he's talking to stephen miller one of his top advisors on immigration and other things and the president direct stephen miller to take notes in a letter that the president wants to send to the fbi director fire jim komi stephen miller takes these notes drafts this letter and then they all bring it back to the white house president trump is headed back to the white house later today after his weekend at the trump national golf club in bedminster new jersey discuss it with senior officials in the white house including the top lawyer in the white house don mcgann according to the new york times don mcgann is so alarmed by some of the language in this draft letter that he insists that can never be sent we need to fix this letter we don't know what's in the letter we don't have the letter right special counsel robert muller has the louder so instead they call in the justice department they call an attorney general jeff sessions who by the way is not supposed to be involved in the russia investigation anymore because he recused himself they call in deputy attorney general rod rosenstein now both sessions and rosenstein are not happy with jim komi about hillary clinton's emails and they just don't kinda like the guy so the president says why don't you guys create some correspondence and we'll get rid of komi and that's what happens.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Corrupt now mccabe says his leaks were authorized by the director of the fbi at the time the director of the fbi at the time was jim komi jim komi testified as you've seen now under oath the senate judiciary committee in response to senator grassley they never authorized leaks so mr komi should be brought in front of a federal grand jury if one had been impaneled for these purposes and question where his liberty is on the line rather than going on a book tour mr mccay should be brought before a federal grand jury and question under oath where his liberty is on the line moreover release the inspector general's report so the whole nation conc what mccabe did release the office of professional responsibility report so the whole nation can see what they recommended in the case of mccabe release the feis application that resulted that resulted in spine through the back door on the trump campaign which obviously missed it colmey signed off on this to mccabe signed off on among others the corrupt cops both of whom knew all about the dossier all about christopher steele all about the russians but conceal those material facts from a federal judge so now who's attacking the fbi who's attacking the fbi the real fbi the men and women are the fbi who chased down real criminals the.

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"jim komi" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Correct now mccabe says his leaks were authorized by the director of the fbi at the time the director of the fbi the time was jim komi jim komi testified as you've seen now under oath the senate judiciary committee in response to senator grassley that he never authorized leaks so mr colmey should be brought in front of a federal grand jury if one had been impaneled for these purposes and question where his liberty is on the line rather than going on a book tour mr mccay should be brought before a federal grand jury and question under oath where his liberty is on the line moreover release the inspector general's report so the whole nation conc what mckay did release the office of professional responsibility report so the whole nation penn see what they recommended in the case of mccabe release the feis application that resulted that resulted in spying through the back door on the trump campaign which obviously missed a komi signed off on mr mccabe signed off on among others the corrupt cops both of whom knew all about the dossier all about christopher steele all about the russians but conceal those material facts from a federal judge so now who's attacking the fbi who's attacking the fbi the real fbi the men and women are the fbi who chased down real criminals to try to protect the.

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"jim komi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Her up now mccabe says his leaks were authorized by the director of the fbi at the time the director of the fbi at the time was jim komi jim komi testified as you've seen now under oath to the senate judiciary committee in response to senator grassley that he never authorized leaks so mr colmey should be brought in front of a federal grand jury if one had been impaneled for these purposes and question where has liberty is on the line rather than going on a book tour mr mccabe should be brought before a federal grand jury and question under oath we're his liberty is on the line moreover release the inspector general's report so the whole nation conc what mccain did release the officer professional responsibility report so the whole nation can see what they recommended in the case of mccabe release the feis application that resulted that resulted in spine through the back door on the trump campaign which obviously mr komi signed off on mr mccabe signed off on among others the corrupt cops both of whom knew all about the dossier all about christopher steele all about the.

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"jim komi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim komi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Correct now mccabe says his leaks were authorized by the director of the fbi at the time the director of the fbi the time was jim komi jim komi testified as you've seen now under oath to the senate judiciary committee in response to senator grassley that he never authorized leaks so mr colmey should be brought in front of a federal grand jury if one had been impaneled for these purposes and question where his liberty is on the line rather than going on a book tour mr mccay should be brought before a federal grand jury and question under oath where his liberty is on the line moreover release the inspector general's report so the whole nation can see what mccabe did release the officer professional responsibility report so the whole nation can see what they recommended in the case of mccabe release the feis application that resulted that resulted in spine through the back door on the trump campaign which obviously missed komi signed off on mr mccabe signed off on among others the corrupt cops both of whom knew all about the dossier all about christopher steele all about the.

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