35 Burst results for "John Dean"
The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"john dean" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"New roll up solution. Let's use a produce roll ups by retreating. Wow, this can make Bitcoin transactions go faster. That's what they're basically talking about here. We've always heard about this. We've always heard that like eventually DeFi and, you know, all of the perks of altcoin chains are going to come over to Bitcoin and we're seeing that kind of story. My argument was always, yeah, but we've already got so many burgeoning options out there to do the things you're trying to do now on Bitcoin. You know, Ethereum is good. It's not great. I mean, the tokenomics are great. But the congestion is still not so great. At high moments. But we have the burned offset it. You look at cardano, cardano, I was working for really well as a chain. So they're live chains are working really well. I just think it's going to be harder now to get people that are in altcoins to come back to Bitcoin. You know what I mean? Well, Gary is helping that process out by going after all the altcoins. So they might have incentive to go to government commodity. Gary, Gary, he's not doing anything. I don't understand why people, it's so insane. Secondary market is not securities. It's not. The SEC lawyer, we cover a story yesterday. I think it was one of the SEC lawyers was like, yeah, we're going to go after that coin a camera. We're going to go after that coin, but yeah, we're going to go after their token sale. It may have been a security. Okay, they're already waving the white flag. Yeah. So, okay, real quick. Let's rip through this. Coinbase CEO, hints at new layer two network could include AML Ethereum layer two reaches 1.8 billion. Ripple versus SEC regular goes after John dean to revoke his amicus status. Here's why XRP army throw the X up. We're about to have a new sponsor potentially for the XRP segment every day. So I know a lot of you guys come just for this segment. And maybe that will make it where I don't have to rush to it so much. The ongoing between the SEC and payments from ripple labs, reaching a whole new level, going after strong supporters like John deaton in a recent update appears the SEC through its lawyers has tried to get judge tourists to ban deaton for participate. Oh, you know, the SEC, this is like white and case on steroids, you know? Ban that guy from the building. Ban that guy from being able to that legal expert from being able to make legal expert opinions. Let's see. Because he disclosed the name of their expert witness. You guys the same expert witness in every crypto case. Right. It's not like this is a secret. Okay. And who, what was that guy's name?
The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"john dean" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Because they're already pretty much saying secondary sales, man. I mean, that's what they're saying. Wow. Uh, U.S. Department of Justice restricts Sam's ability to use a smartphone as a battle for Robinhood shares intensive. Big and bushy and not trim it. So all right, we're running out of time, so I'm going to click through these real quick. Crypto community criticize you collapse auction model for its first Bitcoin NFT. Cardano founder says NFTs are the most vibrant part of the Ada ecosystem. I would agree with that as well. Cardano's governance gets questioned, Charles hoskinson responds with saying it's kind of gorgeously false. I had already read that. XRP army where you throw the X up over the X sub in the chat. We're going to be talking about cardano is our tribal Solana here in a few minutes. A little bit. XRPL community remains divided on the proposal to raise transaction fees. The ripple community on Twitter has been engaged in a heated debate over proposal to raise transaction fees on the XRP ledger in order to boost the price of the token. Due to its low transaction costs and speed, XRPL is popular in payments, average network transaction costs, less than .1% and takes three to 5 seconds to complete. In conclusion, the XRPL community remains divided on the proposal to raise transaction fees in order to boost the price of XRP. So there you go. We got two more ripple stories. Ripple judge, ripple case judge, accused of being a deep state operative. Did you see this? No. Where they were saying that anneliese Torres dismissed the Jeffrey Epstein guards from negligence basically. I did see that. What's that? I did see that. I just didn't realize it was the same judge. Anneliese a Torres. Now she is the main judge, the magistrate judge is judge netburn. John dean voices support for the judge overseeing the SEC virtual capes. Despite accusations, she's a deep state operative. Now, funny enough, some actually tweeted about me in this, actually. Let's see, tweets are, did you see this? Well, guys, it's time to announce I'm making a career change. I'm now going by magic Internet money Mike and I will be stripping it this Bitcoin strip club in Miami.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"john dean" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"It's vanilla. It doesn't say anything other than, hey, we got Trump's documents. There were some classified unclassified. And he kind of kept him not in a detailed way. He had classifieds next on class switch. Well, that's not a crime. But what they did, though, by opening a criminal proceeding, any lie, anything that obstructs the production of evidence can be considered obstruction. So like Nixon and Watergate, Nixon did not know what had happened in Watergate and he was puzzling about it forever. John dean did know, but so Nixon did a couple things that were technically obstruction, one in particular, one act, and they're going to try to do the same thing to Trump. I don't doubt, but that they're going to have some evidence that Trump said, no, don't give them that document. For instance, he thought the letter from Kim Jong-un was personal, all right? So he thought he had an objection to delivering that. Well, if he told somebody, don't give him the letter, I'm just making this up. Don't give him the letter from Kim Jong-un. Technically, they can charge him with obstruction of justice. Theoretically, he had to give it to give it over when there's a search warrant, a criminal proceeding. And then after that, the proceeding continues. So that's what they're doing. This is all technical. Remember, the Democrats, the left is big on, they're big on process crimes. You start something and that's what Comey was doing in Russia gate. He was trying to rattle Trump so much that he would make a bad move and they would get him for obstruction. And they almost did it. And you can just feel the frustration in the Mueller report of all the times that Trump almost obstructed justice. Well, anybody who practices law knows that your client almost obstructs just to solve the time. You don't do it. You think, well gee, mister lawyer, do I have to give them this document? No, you got to give them the document. Is that obstruction? No. But that's the best they could get on Trump, but they wanted process crimes, and they're going after him now, and I fear from just some of the links I've seen. They may, they may get it. So I just have to be, I mean, I'm cynical about the intentions of the investigation here. And I think with good reason. I mean, it seems like talk about what it is about, it seems like the Nixon and Trump situations are somewhat anomalous. And by that, I mean, they didn't seem to. They tried to go after Reagan on Iran contra. I'm sure they weren't happily happy with either HW or Joe or W, but it seems that there's a particular venom that I see with Nixon and now resurrected with Trump. What is the reason for that? It's all visceral. When the recent Watergate shows were on, like one produced by John dean on CNN. Every now and then, they just gratuitously throw in Trump. Oh, yes, Trump and Nixon. They're both can be cartoonish figures to the left. And Nixon was never a Hollywood guy. He was never a great glad hander, like Bill Clinton was always charming. John Kennedy starring Barack Obama's charming. Trump, to a lot of people, rushed people the wrong way. He's a bull in the China shop, and that's why he got elected, frankly, because people were disgusted with the China shop. So they're very much similar in that sense, what I would say about Nixon is he
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Reason for the Nixon/Trump Venom With John O'Connor
"It seems like the Nixon and Trump situations are somewhat anomalous. And by that, I mean, they didn't seem to. They tried to go after Reagan on Iran contra. I'm sure they weren't happily happy with either HW or Joe or W, but it seems that there's a particular venom that I see with Nixon and now resurrected with Trump. What is the reason for that? It's all visceral. When the recent Watergate shows were on, like one produced by John dean on CNN. Every now and then, they just gratuitously throw in Trump. Oh, yes, Trump and Nixon. They're both can be cartoonish figures to the left. And Nixon was never a Hollywood guy. He was never a great glad hander, like Bill Clinton was always charming. John Kennedy starring Barack Obama's charming. Trump, to a lot of people, rushed people the wrong way. He's a bull in the China shop, and that's why he got elected, frankly, because people were disgusted with the China shop. So they're very much similar in that sense, what I would say about Nixon is he both of them have sort of a certain contentious personality and so when met with issues, Nixon becomes cheerless Trump becomes combative and it's easy to say, oh, look at this guy. He's a terrible guy. That's all it is. It's visceral. Nothing, not a lot of substance to it.
Thinking Crypto News & Interviews
"john dean" Discussed on Thinking Crypto News & Interviews
"Yeah, I mean, obviously, everything that's going on with this ripple case, everything that XRP does on this chart, I made it as closely tied to that, right? And there's so much speculation. I had this article pulled up just because this is John dean, the blockchain lawyer, but he said, some people are confused about my prediction that the ripple case doesn't settle until after judge tourists a decision, a settlement could occur after which would eliminate any potential jury trial and also eliminate any potential appeal. The reason I'm bringing that up isn't to harp on the ripple case or anything, but it's just to say, this type of speculation and this is like a professional, very smart blockchain lawyer. He doesn't even really know what's going to happen. He's guessing. But all these guesses, the speculation, the headlines, he anticipation, the unknown of it all, it truly is playing into this chart. And this is the weekly on XRP. And so it's like a pressure cooker. That's all I see right here when I look at XRP right now. And I mean, it's pretty much obviously had this pump back here in September, but it's really been sideways since kind of May, June time. Sure. And it's just a pressure pressure cooker. I think a lot of people are anticipating a decision, maybe by the end of Q two, maybe sooner. And so what is that decision? And I just, I have no idea. I'm hoping it's a very good outcome, not just for XRP, but for the crypto space and crypto holders, but it's this pressure crooker, depending on the decision, the headline when it drops. It could be a 3 a.m. in the morning when I'm sleeping or something is going to explode to the upside or I think just explode to the downside. And it's incredible to watch this story play out, especially because it does have an impact on non XRP holders. Right. So I just, I don't know, man. I don't even, I do some TA on XRP sometimes, but I'm just I don't even think it's worth it as much because there is this underlining thing. The one thing, the one thing I would want to say is the fact that it's down with everything going on only around 80% right now. That's impressive. You know, there's a bunch of altcoins that are down way more than that and ripples in the middle of this big case that's playing into these charts. So yeah, to your point, being elicited from every major U.S. exchange and you're still in the top ten on the market capitalist is really impressive. Yeah.
The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"john dean" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Okay, so it's 2400. Now click that used to scroll back up. You see where it says simulate proof of work? Yeah. Guys, look at this. This is insane. I knew 2400 was like nothing. There was millions created every year. So this is a three months, right? September, October, November, December, about two and a half months. 82 days. 82 days, okay? 82 days, we brought in 2400 Ethereum. It would have been almost a million under proof of work. Tell me this is not working. Guys, this was never going to make Ethereum overall deflationary. There will be times when it will be deflationary, but it's less inflationary period right now. That's what's so big. So, man, that's super encouraging. Yeah. Ethereum's going to pass Bitcoin. I mean, are there any doubt about it? I know it doesn't feel like that right now, but it will. When you look at those numbers, man. Well, I mean, it's still outperforms, even since the drop Ethereum's outperformed Bitcoin since the merch. It hasn't dropped as much. This is the biggest danger for ripple and its legal battle against the SEC attorney says. In a series of tweets, John dean warned that the decision of the district court will have a huge impact in practical and political terms. Because what the judge has to say about it is really not going to be that important. There are two more layers of appeals. When appellate court says about this and eventually the Supreme Court, that's what will matter. This is what Nick Murphy was told by sewer outer eye himself at ripple swell. At the moment, there are no official statements on whether reported SEC will go to a hard court if it loses. Okay, so basically what they're saying is we don't have to watch this boy. They're saying is they're concerned they might move it to a higher court. What I'm telling
The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"john dean" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Our ledger wallet saved at FTX acquired them. Ledger walk was not acquired by FTX that was ledger X, it's a totally different its derivatives platform. Nothing to do with the wallets. We'll be releasing more details on the meetups in the next two weeks. Hopefully we'll have all the dates nailed down. I think DJ we're going to change what we're doing with that. I think we're going to do a two week straight. Oh, wow. One trip per day. I think that's the move because it's going to be better for my family. Just do it and get it done rather than be gone every week for two months. So it will probably be in February. So you guys can be ready for that. We might do the beginning of March also because we do at the beginning of the march, make sure the books are in people's hands by then. But yeah, so we'll give you details on that. Rumors about SPF and what we can't see. Let's do it. I was going to basically we're going to be putting a website or a page on the website that explains the cities and the dates we're still locking down the dates, but we will put the cities that we're coming to Q one of next year. Yeah. Well, I gave all the cities away on a video this week. Okay, perfect. Well, I just mean like for people in the future if you want to have a reference point. We'll be doing that. I don't know anything about safe moon and FTX. Did everyone go to John dean crypto law and email the reference? If you guys make sure to do that, we'll do that on the channel one day this week. We'll do that on the live stream one day. Okay, so guys, we're filming a ledger video today. Show you guys how to self custody. So you guys get ready for that coming out. Let's move real quick to the crypto markets. I got about ten minutes to spend through about a zillion things here. Bitcoin at 16.4 84, 834 million in market cap, 63 billion in volume. See that volume continued to tick down on an average. It was, I think, 80 billion yesterday. Dominance, 38.3%, Ethan is dropping at 17.9%. Bitcoin up a little bit. Let's see, Ethereum coming in at 1205, biggest gainers of the day. We got chili stacks. Are we tera classic ton coin? Biggest losers of the day. Trust. Trust wallet just bouncing back to the downside a little bit. It was 81%. Now you can see it's down 13%. It's still a great project. I reached out to trust wallet on Twitter today. You guys know we are, we are looking for strategic partners and sponsors at this point. Nothing to do with tokens, but to us wallet is a platform, not as a token. Itself. Interested in doing some stuff with trust wallet. Because I really like it.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"john dean" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's a happy, happy, happy hour week. Why? Oh, yeah. Really bad fucking week for Donald Trump. And a really good week for us. Right? Oh my God. And when you say really good week, think about the guests we've had this week. I imported a guest from nearly three houses away. You did. Yes. Famous Time Magazine writer Joel Stein, hilarious Joel Stein. Has a new podcast. No one hardly anyone has a podcast. So this is exciting. He's like the 20th one just on my street. Yes, okay. And he's on our podcast, happy hour to talk about his new podcast. Right. It's like a Russian nesting dolls of podcasts. It's very incestuous. A lot of body fluids. But he's hilarious, and I'm not saying that just because he's my neighbor. I mean, it does cause some dissension with Paul poundstone who asked if you have to live on my street to get your podcast mentioned. So listen to her fucking podcast too. It's called nobody listens to Paula. Yeah, nobody listens to Paul pounce stone. That's the name of it. All right, but listen, Joel Stein is hilarious, as is his new podcast. And speaking of what we call him our potty mouth John dean, Michael Cohen, joined us again. So sue. Me. And he dropped the S bomb. So you get to hear from this version? Yeah, and right after we talked to him, he said, can I swear on this show and what did we say? No. No. No, you can not. And what did he do? He dropped a fucking S bomb. Right on this show. Why did I say espa and fuck? You could say he said shit. Did he say, was it shit? Bullshit shit, bullshit. Oh, yeah. Well, that's because Donald Trump is a lot of bullshit. It was in a very aggressive bullshit too. Yeah, he swore the first time he was on the show as well. John dean. And Travis, you're cursing as much as you did on bob ses podcast. Someone asked after the show, they're like, is Michael Cohen from New York, I couldn't tell. Fucking bullshit Donald Trump. Yeah. Get in the way with. Okay, I bet he talks about his new book revenge. Yeah. It's fantastic, as is this happy hour. Why am I still talking when you can listen to this happy hour? Ladies and gentlemen, from three or four houses down, famous journalists, Time Magazine, et cetera,
"john dean" Discussed on WCPT 820
"By mailing cash. Criminals use these forms of payment because they are hard to trace. Don't fall for it. Hang up, ignore them. Report this criminal activity to OIG SSA dot gov. Did you say U.S. taxpayer expense? 8 20, where facts matter? And I hope he's not coming from the same place you showed in the clip back in October of 2019 when he, I think was not representing the office of the president, but rather representing the president. And I think if he goes in front of the committee and tells what he knows, he can be a very important business. John dean, hoping pat says baloney is the John dean. Yes. Of John dean. Yes. Pat saponi day and happy golden kirschner live in studio day to talk about it. And what we think is going to happen. I think Jody, we're going to see this video testimony on Tuesday, don't you? Hope so. From did they schedule another prime time? I think so. One day, I think it was next Thursday. Yes. I don't know if the confirmed that yet, but I think I saw that. Yesterday. By the way, Michael tweets sure is weird how Biden really unilaterally did something in regards to the baby formula issue and despite having solved that is receiving basically no positive coverage. Also, as we said, congratulations to Joe Biden, who I've learned was the universe really responsible for gas prices if the rise in gas prices and weeks of declining. I'm sure we'll see that all over the medial. In Midas touch says huge news, the June jobs report crushed expectations with the U.S. economy adding 372,000 jobs 268,000 were expected. The unemployment rate remains at a near historic low of 3.6%. Okay
"john dean" Discussed on WCPT 820
"PT. You're listening to WWC PTA 20 because facts matter. Patrick is coming from a very different place. And I hope he's not coming from the same place you showed in the clip back in October of 2019 when he, I think was not representing the office of the president, but rather representing the president. And I think if he goes in front of the committee and tells what he knows, he can be a very important business. John dean, hoping pat's Bologna is the John dean. Yes. Of John dean. Yes. Cuts of Bologna day and happy going kirschner live in studio day to talk about it. And what we think is going to happen. I think Jody, we're going to see this video testimony on Tuesday, don't you? From, well, did they schedule another prime time? I think so. One day, I think it was next Thursday, yes. I don't know if the confirmed that yet, but I think I saw that. Yesterday. By the way, Michael tweets sure is weird how Biden really unilaterally did something in regards to the baby formula issuing despite having solved that is receiving basically no positive coverage. Also, as we said, congratulations to Joe Biden, who I've learned was the universe really responsible for gas prices if the rise in gas prices on weeks of declining. Fast prices. I'm sure we'll see that all over the media. Oh, and Midas touch says huge news. The June jobs report crushed expectations with the U.S. economy adding 372,000 jobs 268,000 were expected. The unemployment rate remains at a near historic low of 3.6%
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
What to Expect from Jan 6 Hearings
"NBC and I parted ways after four years in December. And if I ever go back on, it will be to say, I told you so I told you so I told you so because yamiche saying it's a blockbuster set of hearings. Honest to goodness Jake, I was a junior in high school between junior and senior now between sophomore and junior year. I had to take American government in the summer of 1973 and I watched the Watergate hearing. You had no idea what was going to happen. I mean, you were edge of your seat. We watched that four hours a day for summer school, and it was the best summer school class I ever had. Because, you know, yeah, it really no idea what anyone's got Alexander Butterfield comes up and says, oh, there's a tape machine in The White House. You know, nobody, John dean got up there and lied. It just was wild, it was great. I don't think what do you think the rating? Do you think they'll get a one share for this thing? I have no idea what the ratings will be. I can just tell you from my reporting you my reporting is that they have a lot of stuff that we've never seen heard or knew before.
"john dean" Discussed on American Scandal
"That afternoon, president Richard Nixon climbed the gray steps of the executive office building across from The White House. It's one of the oldest buildings in Washington with large columns and an imposing granite facade. Nixon has always thought it was a beautiful structure. But what Nixon especially likes about the building is that it houses his private office, a place where he can host secret meetings with his associates, meetings that have grown more regular and more intense in recent days. With the cover up unraveling, Nixon's top aides have begun to panic. It's clear they see Watergate as a full blown crisis. But the president isn't panicking. He still thinks he can get control of the situation. And that's why he's meeting with Richard Clinton's, a current U.S. attorney general, and a helpful ally. Klein deans called Nixon and sounded upset, but Nixon knows whatever the issue it's not insurmountable. He just needs to calm his attorney general and make sure the FBI is Watergate investigation is under control. Nixon climbs a flight of stairs, and as he approaches his private office, he sees a man whose middle aged and a bit stocky. Mister president, I'm so glad we can meet. Now, I need to start to tell you hang on, Richard. Don't say a word until we have a little privacy. Attorney general nods, as Nixon unlocks the door, and the two enter the office. All right, now we can talk. What's going on? Well, mister president, I have some bad news. Your counsel John dean has been meeting with the Watergate prosecutors. I heard the prosecution wanted to meet with him, but dean knows what to do. He'll steer them away. Watergate went no higher than Jed magruder. Well, sir, that would be all well and good, but dean has been talking about what happened after the break in. He's implicating your men in a cover up. Nixon stares. No, no, no, dean wouldn't do that to me. Sir, I'm under the impression that he feels he has to. He's trying to gain immunity. And what the hell does that mean? Immunity, what's he telling them? Well, if my sources are correct, he's pointing the finger at some of your closest associates. Ehrlichman haldeman, he's saying that they help facilitate the cover up. And that puts you in a tough position. Oh, God. He's turned on him. He's trying to destroy my administration. You can see why I wanted to meet with you. So what comes next? It's time for me to have a talk with dean. I'm mister president. Why don't you planning to do? I'll tell you one thing. We're going to have to take care of business. Nixon dismisses the attorney general. Sitting alone once again in his private office, the president begins to bristle with anger. His ally, his confidant John dean just committed an act of betrayal. That kind of backstabbing is unthinkable and unforgivable. For a moment, Nixon feels the impulse to go after dean to crush him with a full weight of his executive power. But the more he thinks about it, the more Nixon realizes he can't strike back. Dean is linked too closely with the presidency. If dean goes down, he could take Nixon down with him. Revenge is not the best option, at least for now. Nixon realizes he'll have to temper his anger. He has to remain focused on the most effective strategy, and when he does speak with dean, he'll have to strongly persuade his counsel not to make any rash decisions. Later that evening, John dean takes a seat across from the president of the United States. It's 9 20 at night and the two men are meeting in the president's private suite and the executive office building. As dean gazes at the president a tremor of fear shoots up the spine. Nixon is sitting in the shadows with only a pale lamp casting a dim glow on one side of his face. There's something alarming, dangerous, volatile rage that the president is barely concealing. Nixon begins by saying, he knows the truth. He knows that dean, his own counsel, has implicated his chief of staff, bob haldeman, as top domestic policy adviser John ehrlichman, and Nixon knows that dean committed this betrayal, while lying to the administration, making everyone think he was trustworthy. Nixon leans forward with a scowl. He wants to know what dean has to say for himself. Taking a deep breath, dean tries to compose his thoughts. He can imagine that the president is furious and feels hurt, and his first impulse is to try to make things right to appease the president and make him happy. But dean knows he has to be honest. He reminds the president that nothing has changed since they spoke a few weeks ago. Dean still believes that the Watergate conspiracy has to be brought to an end. It still has the potential to destroy Nixon. But he was clear that Nixon wasn't ready to put an end to the cover up. So dean decided to do it for him. He began naming the officials involved in the conspiracy, and he even admitted to his own crimes. Dean is willing to make a personal sacrifice if it saves the presidency. But he wants to be clear, dean refuses to be made the scapegoat for the entire scandal. Nixon narrows his eyes for a moment sits just staring at dean, and then the president asks, the question dean knows has been hovering in the background this entire time. Nixon wants to know if dean implicated him, the president, for any crimes. Dean tells the truth, he has not told the prosecutors about Nixon's own involvement. He has no plans to do so. He is still loyal to the president. Hearing this, Nixon exhales and relief. And he speaks quietly as he admits, he knows he could have done a better job handling the Watergate problem. He's gotten too involved, and he exposed himself to legal risks. But Nixon appreciates dean's honesty and loyalty. That's what a White House counsel is for. And so when Les dean has anything else to say, he can leave. Dean Paul says, there's a lot he could tell the president. And a lot his conscience is begging him to admit, but that's a conversation for another time. Right now, all that matters is that president Nixon seems to have forgiven him. It does not appear that he's about to face any kind of retribution. So dean rises and shakes the president's hand and together, the two make a vow. They're going to get through this. And even if things get ugly, Watergate is not going to sink this presidency. Since you're listening to this show, I think it's safe to say you love listening to podcasts, right? Well, you'll find a ton of binge worthy podcasts on Amazon music. Amazon music has millions of free podcast episodes to listen to plus music stations and playlists. 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AP News Radio
US death toll from COVID-19 hits 900,000, sped by omicron
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"john dean" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Sorrow is divided of growth and strength It has often occurred to me that many of the people I've known in the healing professions are themselves deeply wounded particularly in the areas that they particularly work And I have always thought that Joe Biden was quite literally the wounded healer Yes I agree with that completely So back to our conversation we were having a moment ago about right wing opposition to education Robert Altman wrote a book called the authoritarians about a decade and a half ago John dean in fact wrote a book called conservatives with our conscience based on all Myers book and then he more recently wrote a book with all my hair about this topic And all Myers proposal or proposition is that about 20% of us in any human population are authoritarian leaning kinds of folks Just do it my way damn it And that those kind of folks and then John dean takes that and says those kind of folks are the ones we show up in the Republican Party generally and only rarely in the Democratic Party Does that tell us if that's true Does that tell us that this education issue we want our kids to grow up to be a nice little robot who respect our values and nobody else's is something that would really resonate well for Republicans but for Democrats would be a relatively meaningless argument Well that's a very it's a.
"john dean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Got to have them sealed in 2018 It had been secret for 45 years and that's what the book is about The book says look look at what they did Look at what they said in secret They couldn't prove it Mark they made up facts All right let me break off Let me break off a piece And I'd like to carry over the break to if I might just sure And it's this Did Nixon lead a cover up that he encouraged them to raise hush money What was that all about No He wasn't directly involved in any of that Hush money was paid but what's intriguing about it is that it was paid for legal fees and for humanitarian aid and it was stipulated at the prosecution for the cover up that every dime was paid against an invoice for legal fees or humanitarian aid but the prosecutor said if one time was also paid to buy silence from the Watergate burglars then there's a cover up in John dean by this time the president's lawyer had switched sides And he said yes that was the reason that we were paying the money But Nixon wasn't involved in raising the money or in pain the money That was that was done at a much much lower level And the most intriguing thing one of the other documents I uncovered from the prosecutors on files they say for the first month that John dean came in looking for immunity looking to switch sides He never he never called it hush money He said yes there was money being paid but he didn't say it was buying silence And.
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"john dean" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich: After Words
"Are you by the listener afterwards. Podcasts imitate something going on with my wedding anniversary. Some behind the scenes stuff. This is afterwards. John dean rich this show after the show about the show john gene rich presents afterwards. Okay so what he saw as my anniversary. Happy anniversary thank you. Pay was asking how how long twenty five years today. Wow that's like Half a century. I know half a century. I was really bad at math accord. So i wanna tell you where my brain's going. What's what's happening behind the scenes. Because i'm irritated. Something and i'm also not irritated. So kyle knows may be now. But i've been working on the same where i i got our our wedding video and we haven't seen it. My wife has seen it since we got married. So i got it and it's really long. It's like two and a half hours long. And i remember when we got married to kim after the honeymoon and then i went and the wedding was pretty ridiculous right. I mean it's really ridiculous and we had cameraman everywhere. So i went. We came a honeymoon. And i sat in editing bay with some people and and it's vhs. And i sat through an edit. The whole thing and and i made it fresh. After the honeymoon i ended down to two hours forty five minutes however on so now when i and i did it with like music beds and stuff like that each your presentation exactly how he did it and now i. I rented a movie theater. It was a surprise my wife and get her the move here tonight and play the movie for her and have her whole family. Come in my family come in so when she walks in and play the moving. You've been working so hard on us. I've been so impressed. So but i did not have every sit through two and a half hour. Movie is long and it's boring as a catholic wedding and it's paying us so i went and got all the movies transferred over and then brought it over to i. Movie and edit it down to about eighty minutes you kind of think. That's that's doable. Right now the problem was on the app that i edit down something happened..
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"john dean" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"Okay okay. This may not mean that you get it does to me. I was in sweden with our producers. Had just come out to visit us. John dean for the first time we had yet they just want to see what kind of and like i said. Six thousand people place of packed. They had sutures. I mean all burning eyeballs. I mean i could see a thing so and this is when it was cool to have nothing on stage all the apps and everything were underneath the stage and all you had was set of drums and guitar. Your instruments In your hands. I was used to sidelines. All right this before. Ear inn ears. I was used to side blowing my head off from the sites well for some reason. They didn't have those ahead floor monitors. Okay i run all over the place. Because i'm the lead singer was my job to make sure that there was never a quiet time on. Stay some running around. And i stand up there. The premise stage. And i'm pointing and i served a backup and yes you know what was behind me. I fall flat on librarian. And i'm totally cool but it's not cool to fall flat a new area six thousand people while you're singing so i get up trying to figure out how to recover and normally a singer will go back. Stand back behind the equipment and sort of get real estate. Okay get back. There was there was nothing there was so i go back to drums and louis german and he says it away from me away from me. You're the one that fell. Walk going. And i'm going you please send christian all right but i'm not a perfect kristen and i go back there and.
New York reports its first case of the troubling variant that is dominant in Brazil
"Concern about new variants of the coronavirus that one first spotted in the UK is in all 50 states. New York City is now reported its first case of another variant, first seen in Brazil. Doctor She's John dean of Brown University School of Public Health says vaccinated Americans Should have protection. The vaccines. We have particularly the J and J, which was tested against the Brazilian Berry. But I think also modern advisor are going to hold up quite well against Brazilian variant. So I'm not super worried about that 31% of US adults have got at least one dose of the vaccine.
"john dean" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"He's a disbarred attorney is claim to fame now is that he supposedly flipped on former President Richard Nixon. But he did serve prison time for obstruction of justice. And he's supposed to know what speak about the abuse of executive power because he did. It has no legal expertise. He's a disbarred lawyer. What wisdom does he have? That he could impose on Adler's committee. The special counsel at the time found 19 material discrepancies between John Dean sworn testimony and White House recordings. So he lied at least $19 from coast to coast from sea to Shining Sea. It's the Sean Hannity show. Sean Hannity weekdays noon to three PM on while 1.5 FM 7:20 A.m. k d w N, But talk of Las Vegas mpg parental guidance needed podcast. We're talking with Betty Darling, she's in law enforcement. She's a spiritual visor, and she is an ambassador of peace. And as a mom, she offers me some great advice. My kids at this point in life don't see color. They don't see skin color. They don't judge people by it. How do we keep it that way? Keeping them around individuals that don't look like them. And letting them know that we're all the same. It's like the rainbow. What makes the rainbow beautiful that many different colors mean together, coming together to make beauty. And so that's when you can say Look at the color of your skin is so beautiful, Aren't we? All just a rainbow of colors that make the crayon box so beautiful. You know, those are the things that we need to pull out. If your child is coloring, and they'll say I don't like the color, why don't you like that color and then say Well, that color makes the box even more beautiful. Check out the PG parental guidance needed podcast on B pod studios dot com. Apple podcast Google podcast and Spotify and wherever you find podcasts. Welcome to virtual meditation with.
"john dean" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"He's a disbarred attorney is claim to fame now is that he supposedly flipped on former President Richard Nixon. But he did serve prison time for obstruction of justice. And he's supposed to know what speak about the abuse of executive power because he did. It has no legal expertise. He's a disbarred lawyer. What wisdom does he have? That he could impose on Adler's committee. The special counsel at the time found 19 material discrepancies between John Dean sworn testimony and White House recordings. So he lied at least $19 from coast to coast from sea to Shining Sea. It's the Sean Hannity show. Sean Hannity weekdays noon to three PM on while 1.5 FM 7:20 A.m. k d w N, But talk of Las Vegas the Th You're listening to an encore presentation of Sports X radio. The opinions of the hosts on Katie tell you when are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station. It's management or be easily. Media group 1015 FM 7 28 K Don the talk of Las Vegas. It's just after eight o'clock in Las Vegas where we don't take kindly to shark make you goose bottom. God you make the rocket won't go around, you know? Oh, yeah, This is Sports X radio with Can Thompson. He can play splint and he can play flanker. He complained the slot. He can return punts and sell popcorn a halftime..
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Johnson & Johnson pauses Covid-19 vaccine trial developed with Boston hospital after 'unexplained illness'
"And Johnson temporarily pausing clinical trials for a Corona virus vaccine. This After a participant got sick, Dr. Asheesh John, dean of the School of Public Health at Brown University, tells Good Morning America. This is not unusual for large studies, and he is optimistic that there will be a vaccine relatively soon. I'm still kind of believing that we're on track to have widespread Availability of vaccines for the American people, probably in March, April or may be made at the latest. This pauses at least the second hold among several vaccine trials that have reached the final testing stages in the U. S. Johnson and Johnson developed its vaccine with Boston's Beth Israel Medical Center. The tourist hot
Iowa city has clever solution for flooding problem
"Dubuque is the oldest city in Iowa but when John Dean took the city council on a trolley ride ten years ago it was not to admire historic sites. They looked at Ollie's. Deans does a civil engineer for Dubuque. He wanted to show the city council how to repay the alleys in a way that could help. Prevent flooding in nearby homes and businesses says the city faces increasingly heavy downpours midspan wreaking havoc in areas of downtown so the city council decided to start repaving. It's old alleys with interlocking concrete pavers. They look historic but have a modern twist tiny holes that allow water to seep through into a layer of crushed stone. And that's what holds and stores that water and then slowly releases it. Dean says that after the first six or seven allies were completed. City residents began calling and they said. Can you fix our alley and you make it like once. You guys are doing downtown. And so we some momentum and we started getting interest. Dubuque is now reconstructed about eighty alleys and plans to finish more than two hundred within the next twenty years. That's expected to reduce stormwater runoff from the alleys by eighty percent helping prepare the city for the future while maintaining its historic
George Conway denies that he and Kellyanne are 'Anonymous' author
"White House adviser kellyanne Conway and her husband George Conway are denying their the authors behind an anonymous book chronicling the trump administration the book titled a warning was published under the pen name anonymous George Conway an outspoken critic of president trump responded to the speculation on Twitter today he responded to a tweet by former Nixon administration adviser John dean who said the writing style in the anonymous book was similar to George Conways and he believed it was a collaboration between he and kellyanne George says he wishes he could take the credit but it's not his work Jim Forbes NBC
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Testimony released from Trump's former Russia adviser
"News just released transcripts from the house impeachment inquiry revealing even more officials testifying under oath that they had a great great concerns about president. Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani's work in Ukraine Fiona Hell of former Russia advisor to president trump. Testifying quote I was extremely family concerned. That whatever was that Mr Giuliani was doing might not be legal. Especially after you know people had raised with me these two gentlemen Parnis and and Fruman Ella E. Fruman of course to Giuliani associates. Who are arrested recently while trying to flee the United States and Lieutenant Colonel Alexander van the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council saying this about the July phone call or president? Trump urged Ukraine's president to help Giuliani. Dig Up dirt on the bites. Let's frankly up until that call you know. In certain regards. He was acting as a private citizen advancing his own interest to a certain extent. It wasn't until that call all that it became that that it became that he was pulled into kind of an official role all right. Let's discuss all of this out front. Now Greg Brower who was an assistant the FBI director Kerry Cordeiro who was the council to the US Assistant Attorney General for national security also with US tonight former Nixon White House counsel John Dean and former Republican congressman. Charlie Dent it has been a very busy news day going through these transcripts from two top White House officials. Carry to start with you witnessed ernest after witnesses testify and they had these concerns about. Giuliani what do you make of this of all. These officials testified that they knew what Giuliani was up to. They had these concerns. They did because we had there was an individual Rudy Giuliani who was not in government. who was doing things that from their perspective? At the as as far as State Department officials are White House officials working on national security related to Ukraine that he was stepping into interfering with what they were trying to carry out as legitimate foreign policy so on one hand you have a person not in government at all who is interfering in national security interests but then the second thing that but it also tells me is that there were a lot of people in the White House who knew what was going on. And it took the whistle blower to actually report it through an official channel Hannele and start that we part of this. I mean you have about it. He'll testifying a lot of people. Knew about what was going on. But you're right. It was the whistle blower who went through those channels. But what's interesting too is just the view of these officials Juliani. You know they're trying to do their official Government Work Greg. Then you have someone going rogue Outsides doing their own thing. I mean it kind of painted this picture of pure chaos when it came to Ukraine Policy Fiona Hill testified that John Bolton Liken Giuliani to a hand grenade alive handgrenade Do you think that's proven to be true. In all of this as you learn more and more Giuliani's role becomes more apparent and and not surprisingly so and and there was also the description of John Bolton oath you know Rudy's drug deal as if to dismiss this. Yeah exactly we have more understand the context around Right that's right and it would be hard enough frankly to have the national security and diplomatic Bureaucracy dealing with some kind of rogue operation if that rogue operation was parallel but legal. But in this case it appears that perhaps it wasn't even a legal rogue operation that not only complicates it's things for the govern- officials who are supposed to be pursuing national security and diplomatic relations but it it creates a whole Potentially impeachable the situation. And that's how it's playing out. It is how it's playing out John because this is all part of this. The Democrats impeachment inquiry. I WANNA bring up. What lieutenant colonel them and testified to who about acting chief of staff and they won't be head Mick? Mulvaney Vin was asked. Do you understand how he saw. Inland came to believe that this deliverable was necessary. This area and then men responded so I heard him say that this had been coordinated with White House Chief of Staff Mr Mick Mulvaney question. What did he say about that answer? He just Said said that he had had a conversation with Mr Mulvaney. And this is what was required in order to get a meeting. How significant is it to you that he testified that the president's acting chief of staff directed this quid pro quo essentially certainly gets closer to the president and and You know whether whether they'll claim that the president had no lodge we don't know yet Feel a hill gave the same testimony. Which cooperates spend Edmund? So it's a pretty strong charge and it certainly puts Mulvaney in the loop No question about that and Pamela. I'd I would just point out at this whole thing is just one giant conspiracy to extort a bribe. And it's very conspicuous. It's just no question and now how deep the president is. That's what the House is going to establish and so do you think this is an impeachable offense then because as we know bribery. According to the constitution is impeachable impeachable. Act John They have managed in this in this instance to come right within the definition of impeachable offenses. Because you the high crimes but how. But if if no one has made that directly to the president then then how do you make that case that he should be impeached impeached. Well you know it's interesting with Nixon When he was impeached they stayed away from conspiracy? Charges There is a reference in in in the minority report of all places that he conspired but the majority the Democrats with Nixon did not charge him with a conspiracy. All of that was very conspicuous. Louis in the in the evidence I so I don't think by precedent. They'll try to draw trump in through conspiratorial actions. They'll look for him being directly involved or enough. They'll look for testimony and we're they're gonNA find that is in the Document the the readout on
How Watergate Set the Stage for the Trump Impeachment Inquiry
"The conversation you just heard between Richard Nixon and his former Attorney General John Mitchell in one thousand nine hundred ninety three was later used news to convict Mitchell on charges related to the Watergate cover up and to send him to prison Mitchell was one of several officials who wound up in prison after after Watergate less than there is that while trump may consider himself to be invincible thanks to that can't indict memo at the DOJ history suggests the people surrounding the president are not always safe. It was the release of these secret tapes that ultimately brought Nixon down but like trump Nixon fought to keep keep those tapes secret he did not admit to his crimes out in the open trump. Meanwhile not only admits to his crime because sometimes commits them on the White House lawn likewise China should start an investigation into the by because what happened in China is just about as bad as what it happened with with Ukraine so I would say that presidents Alinsky if it were me I would recommend that they start it into devices because nobody has any doubt that they weren't crooked. This really should come as no surprise because Donald Trump has repeatedly welcomed and even solicited foreign Kim's Hain help and he has a history of admitting his misdeeds on camera Russia if you listening I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded. Mightily by our press regardless of recommendation I was going to fire. Call me knowing there was no good time to and in fact when I decided to you just do it. I said to myself. I said you know this rusher. Thing with trump and Russia is a made up story. You Might WanNA listen. I don't there's nothing wrong was listening. If somebody called from a country Norway we have information on your Oh. I think I'd want to hear you're like Nixon. Trump has managed to induce lots and lots of government officials from his vice president to the secretary of state diverse White House officials and diplomats to his is George Mitchell Attorney General William Bar to join in trump has already landed people in prison those who committed crimes to please or to help trump along with many others who were indicted and Robert Muller's Russia probe so the question for trump's people the people ladies corrupted as part of his own immensely corrupt government. Is that a dirty they willing going to get an are they risking sharing the fate of people like Mitchell in Flint and Michael Cohen Paul Manafort join now's Elizabeth Holtzman author of the case for impeaching in trump former assistant watergate special prosecutor Jill wine banks. MSNBC legal analyst my widely MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR BARBARA mcquade and Korean jean-pierre appear chief public affairs officer at move on Dot Org. Thank you all for being here. I'M GONNA go right down the middle of my interesting here and go right to Joe Wide Banks because let let me play you. This is congressman. This is actually a Republican congressman back in nineteen seventy three actually calling Nixon's impeachment take a listen to this after having read and reread and sifted and tested this massive information which came before us. I've come to the conclusion that Richard M Nixon Nixon has beyond a reasonable doubt committed impeachable offenses which in my judgment are of such sufficient magnitude egg the Tude that he should be removed from office. That's his name is representative Lawrence Hogan and I believe he is the father of the current governor of Maryland Larry Hogan. If I'm not wrong long so it is possible when people see the evidence they come to the conclusion that the president is committed high crimes and misdemeanors. That's high crimes and misdemeanors but what I want to ask you about jail is the people around Richard Nixon because not not a few of them went to prison. Can you just remind folks who around Nixon wound up not impeachment truck but on the going to jail truck well it was a big group of people who went to jail. It was his White House counsel John Dean who also cooperated with US and was I'm waiting for the John Dean of this scandal to come forward and it may already be the whistle blower it could be Mister Taylor from the State Department in addition his Attorney General John Mitchell went to jail his chief of staff went to jail Mr Haldeman even his chief domestic adviser. Mr Ehrlichman went to jail. There were a big cast of characters that went to jail because they committed crimes James and they did it because he set a tone that it was all okay I m above the law and whatever I do cannot be criminal. We have clear evidence that Donald Trump abetted by William bar is in exactly the same position of I'm invincible. I can do anything he has publicly stated dated that I have total authority to do whatever I want and that was the auditioned memo that attorney general by wrote to get the job so we're in really a the big fix here because the government has become completely lawless and they must be held accountable that is essential and I believe like Acre Representative Hogan that facts matter and I believe that even the most loyal Republicans who are now standing silent they may not be coming out for impeachment different but they aren't defending this terrible threat to national security in fact to world security because by not giving the equipment that was necessary to protect checked Ukraine. They are leaving Ukraine vulnerable to Russian further incursions and that's a terrible thing I mean even Mitt Romney Mitt Romney who who Korean I will remind folks. He did that humiliating auditions where he sat for dinner with Donald Trump to try to become secretary state the irony being had had he actually gotten the job. The likelihood is that Mitt Romney wouldn't have done what might pump pay does it wouldn't have been willing to go around selling these crazy conspiracy theories to prove approve Russia innocent and wouldn't have been willing to ignore subpoenas e but he'd be much more likely to do the right thing. This is what he wrote on twitter. He said when the only American citizen trump single singles out for China's investigations political opponent in the midst of the Democratic nomination process it's strains credulity to suggest it is anything politically motivated so at least there is the chance that there are awesome other Lawrence Hogan's. Maybe yeah I think that's right. I think Republicans a Senate Republicans in particular because we know that lawns who the Republicans who support Donald Trump up in the house. They're all like diehards. They're the ones who out out there. It's the Senate Republicans that we really kind of have to key in on and they've been pretty quiet right. They've been hiding except for four Ben Sasse and as you mentioned Mitt Romney and I think that's probably why Mitt Romney didn't become secretary of state. Donald Trump knew that because what does Donald Trump want right. He wants loyalty which is why he's getting from Pompeo you know where he's getting from pants and it's a one way street with Donald Trump. He will throw all them under the bus as he tried to pence for doing that. Press press press reading where he was just kind of like you should go look at pences phone Oh yeah and threw him under the bus so this is where we are and we're pumpkins have to really think about this. They have to think. Are they really going to really grab onto this wagon this unstable wagon that trump has having now who is a one you know kind of doing this this this this kind of war room on his his own hell bent on doing it and it's a twitter deck and it's really that's it and watching Cable News TV and this is where we are right now. Republicans really have to step up here and the other thing too is. We don't know how this is going to end up. We've never been in this place before impeachment on national security so we we just this is unchartered territory. Yeah absolutely and Barbara WanNA come back because you're so between what green is it which wine banks has said there are a number of people who are allowing themselves to be corrupted along with Donald Trump and the Nixon example is that Nixon didn't go to prison but a whole lot of people around him who you just heard Jill wine banks mentioned went to prison because people willing to commit the crime for him. There are willing to help him to do what he wanted done and once you've done it he may not have liability under that. Doj Memo but you might and I wonder if when you look at the fact that the Attorney General of the United States is flying around the world attempting to prove this conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine Russia that it attack our election when you have the State Department the head of the state our Secretary of State participating on the call lying to the American people about being on the call in which Donald Trump is pressuring a foreign government to help him with an election in which he's committing a crime for which apparently he can't be prosecuted right now where you have senior White House officials hiding hiding the evidence of transcript of Donald Trump's calls in a place that they're not supposed to be in a high security server when you have foreign diplomats pressuring Ukraine essentially trying to strong arm them to help Donald Trump with this conspiracy theory investigations in exchange for aid by could go on and on and on the number of people who are participating participating do any of those people Barbara face potential legal liability. Can any of these people pretend as the vice president and the secretary of state are pretending they don't have to listen to subpoenas but they like trump are above the law no joy any one of these people could be charged with a crime as we saw as Jill explained in the Watergate scandal. You know whenever you've got a public corruption investigation even at the just the garden variety the kind of cases that I was involved evolved with when you approach people you often tell them look you can be a witness or you're going to be a defendant in this case. The choice is yours and already I think we're seeing people people making that. Calculus Kurt Volker resigning abruptly last Friday and agreeing to come testify in bring those text messages which are incredibly Lee Damning. I have seen cases charged on far less where they are talking about the scheme and the scandal. I think Gordon Sunlen has extreme exposure exposure based on what is said in those I think Bill Taylor is someone at the State Department who looks like somebody who wanted to do the right thing.
John Dean Cites Parallels Between Watergate and Mueller Probe
"To Washington DC. Now we're a key figure from the Watergate era back in the nineteen. Seventies John dean takes center stage at a hearing on Capitol Hill regarding Bob mothers Russia investigation. And it's finding of no collusion USA radio's Timberg with the story. The House Judiciary committee begins more hearings down special counsel, Robert Muller's probe of Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election. The guest on Monday was former White House counsel, John dean, who worked during the Nixon administration and Watergate scandal in the White House committee. Ranking member congressman Doug Collins Republican from Georgia says we've seen this old song and dance before is very difficult for one of the witnesses here tonight for many of us who can actually trace the distrust in government back to the witness here, today, the seventy star of a function if I'm I'll take it a little bit further for those of us who've been looking into this for a while. And wondering how we got started here and for those. Who discuss the fact that many on our committee on our side, discuss the fight of the corrupt Gamal will we see strong page McCabe? Call me and others. How we actually got started here? I believe that they have the godfather here today for USA radio news. I'm Timberg
Nixon Aide And Watergate Accuser to Testify About Mueller Report
"The House Judiciary committee, starting a series of hearings considering the Muller report today, the main witness at today's hearing. We'll be the former White House counsel John dean, who was a key figure in the Watergate scandal that prompted the resignation of president, Richard Nixon. Meanwhile, this is just the start of these hearings as we hear from USA radio's Wendy king. A public hearing is set by the house intelligence committee on the couch. Counter intelligence implications of special counsel, Robert Mueller's report, the hearing will be held next Wednesday, and we'll feature testimony from former FBI officials who worked in the bureau's national security branch. This will be the first in a series of hearings the committee plans to hold on Muller's investigation.
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Michael Cohen testifies before Congress
"We got the testimony of Michael Cohen less than two years ago. Michael Cohen said that he would take a bullet for the president will today. Michael Cohen will deliver a bullet right to the heart of the investigation into the president. And what a dramatic day. This will be the last time congress her. Testimony like this more than four decades ago when president Nixon's. Learn John dean, implicated Nixon and the crimes of Watergate significant number of Democrats who want this president out not through the election, but sooner through impeachment. The problem is if you're going to aim at the king the old saying hasn't you better aim straight and score a direct hit my gosh. I couldn't get through that whole montage. So they they're going to go impeachment. One
Ex-Congresswoman who voted to impeach Nixon: Trump firing Sessions brings back troubling memories
"That gives Democrats subpoena power for the first time since President Donald Trump was elected two years ago a day after the election, Trump fired attorney general Jeff Sessions Trump's firing of sessions has led to many comparisons between Trump and former president Richard Nixon on Wednesday CNN's Jake tapper cold sessions ouster another chapter in quote, a slow motion multi-month Saturday night massacre. He was referencing the infamous Saturday night massacre in nineteen Seventy-three when then attorney general Elliot Richardson, and his deputy resigned after president Richard Nixon ordered Richardson to fire the special prosecutor investigating the Watergate scandal for more. We continue our conversation with Elizabeth thoughts. C'mon. Former US congresswoman from New York, she served on the House Judiciary committee that voted to impeach Richard Nixon for over forty years. She had the record of being the young woman ever elected to congress. Her new book the case for impeaching Trump is out Monday still with us. David Cole national legal director for the American Civil Liberties union, so the Saturday night massacre. I mean as you were watching this unfold yet yesterday, Liz, you must have. It must be you must have been flooded with memories. Oh, yeah. And it's not just happy memories is very troubling memories. In fact, you can say that you get you know, tangling up and down your spine from the repetition here. What what triggered Richard Nixon's impeachment was his view that he was above the law, and particularly that he could not be held accountable. He and his staff and his colleagues accountable under the criminal law. So when the special prosecutor. Asked for his tapes, Nixon had White House tapes and the tapes could prove whether or not he had ordered a cover up. Nixon said, no, you're not getting the tapes, and you're going to be fired and the American and he ordered the special prosecutor fired the America, and to the attorney general resigned deputy attorney general resigned, and then Robert Bork's number three fired at the American people. Understood what was going on. They knew that the tapes could prove whether the whether the president of the United States had engaged in a cover up or whether John dean who led she'd been involved in the cover-up was lying who was telling the truth. They understood this, and they said congress you have to do something about it. And these were tapes that Richard Nixon had secretly ordered himself the thing of the White House. Correct. And so at that point the impeachment Corey started, we didn't know exactly where it was going to go. But that's when it started. And right now you have. The president of the United States who had weighed deliberately till after the midterm election. So it would have no adverse political impact on him to fire the turn general the United States. Why did he fire him? There's nothing that as Mr. call set has nothing that sessions did that was contrary to his political view. I mean, political agenda the president's political views or political agenda, except then he wouldn't take control and he wouldn't oversee and he wouldn't supervise and he wouldn't interfere with Muller's investigation. And that was a NASA to this president because this president just like Nixon wants to control the criminal process that's gonna take place against him and his friends, and that is if we go down that road, we're becoming a banana Republic that's not the United States of America where a country that's committed to the rule of law and the president cannot put his finger on the thumb on the scale his thumb on the scale of Justice. That's. Not going to happen. And if it does happen, then God helped merica, well, independent Senator Bernie Sanders has warned that any attempt at obstruction on Trump's part of -struction of the Russia probe would be an impeachable offense. He tweeted Wednesday, quote, any attempt by the president or the Justice department to interfere with Muller's probe would be an obstruction of Justice and an impeachable offense goes no question about that. That was the firing of by Richard Nixon. Of Archibald Cox special prosecutor to stop and squelch that investigation was one of the grants, but the impeachment vote against Richard Nixon. So it may not you don't even need to go much farther. I think than even the appointment of Mr. Whittaker because it seems a parent that Mr. Whitaker is there for one purpose, which is to control an interfere with this investigation. And that turns out to be an congress can investigate that. And if it turns out that the purpose was to interfere with this investigation that in and of itself becomes not only basis for becomes the basis for the removal and impeachment of Donald Trump. So Liz Holzman last week the national archives released documents from the Watergate scandal, including new information relating to the indictment against president Richard Nixon the draft documents known as the Watergate roadmap show plans to charge Nixon with bribery conspiracy. Obstruction of Justice and obstruction of a cr-. Criminal investigation. Nixon was never charged with crimes though, a number of his aides were and someone to jail the documents were released after a lawsuit requested they'd be made public citing their relevance for special counsel Robert Muller, if he decides to issue a report to congress as part of the ongoing probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with alleged Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election. So talk about you know, well, what this indictment was of Richard Nixon. Well, let's just make one point Richard Nixon was named by the grand jury as an unindicted co-conspirator. That is the only time that's ever happened in the history of the United States. So the grand jury wanted to indict Richard Nixon this wasn't a hypothetical draft indictment. The grand jury said we want to indict Richard Nixon. They were told by the special prosecutor, you can indicted sitting president I don't necessarily agree with that. And so as an alternative they issued this they charged him as being an unindicted co-conspirator. But yes, the the roadmap pointed to these were criminal charges that we're going to be made against the president of the United States. And the supporting evidence impeachment is not a criminal proceeding impeachment is a civil proceeding by congress to preserve and restore our democracy doesn't require criminal standard of proof. It doesn't require any of the trappings of a criminal proceeding. What its purposes is to take a president who is a threat to democracy. And remove that president from office. That's what the framers put impeachment into the constitution for. And that's why the House Judiciary committee voted to impeach Richard Nixon in part because he obstructed the investigation into the break into the Watergate hotel complex, the Democratic National Committee headquarters and Donald Trump has done has tried to interfere with this investigation. He hasn't succeeded in in derailing, it he hasn't succeeded in stopping it. But he's put Whitaker. They're clearly the appearances to shut it down. And what does that mean? What if Whitaker shut it down or starved at a funds? What does Muller need to have in place now, and what would happen if he were fired could the indictments be made public? If there are some already sealed. Well, it's a very interesting question as to what would happen. I think we would have a national crisis. First of all if the American people. At that point don't rise up to protect our democracy. Then maybe nothing can preserve it. Because that's what happened in Watergate. The American people force congress Democrats who are in control Republican president. But the Democrats didn't wanna bring impeachment proceedings, Eric and people force them to do that. That's the critical point. Why didn't they because they were in a way? I mean, this is a very critical issue. I mean, Nancy Pelosi who said she's gonna write for house speaker Guinness famously said impeachment is off the table because it's an unknown process because the first time the congress ever did an impeachment of the president was against Andrew Johnson. And that was done in a partisan way. And it left a historical taint. We did the Nixon impeachment process. We did it in a bipartisan way, we did it in a fair way that should have given the American people a sense at this process works to preserve democracy. But then we had the Clinton impeachment which was again abusive power as as Andrew Johnson impeachment was, but the issue is the I I don't really I wasn't privy to why the speaker of the house and the majority leader Dempo Democrats did not want to proceed with impeachment proceedings until. The Saturday night massacre. I think it's because they just didn't know what was going to happen. The preceding itself was you know, had bad taint, historically, and they didn't have the public was gonna react. No, really take down president, Richard Nixon. Unlike Trump who squeaked through as in his election. Richard Nixon was elected with one of the biggest landslides in American history one thousand nine hundred ninety two nine hundred seventy two so for an impeachment to take place you'd have to change the minds of a majority of American voters, Democrats were sure that could ever happen. So they were worried about the political consequences for themselves instead of thinking about the country. But the American people demanded they said, congress you've got to protect our democracy, and congress did we didn't take knows camp before we started. We didn't even know what when I I remember we started the impeachment proceedings. Nobody even knew at a high crime and misdemeanor as what's the standard for impeachment. None of us had studied this. What happened in the end, why Nixon left Richard Nixon left because the House Judiciary committee proceeding in a nickel? Fair transparent open and bipartisan fashion voted that. He engaged in impeachable offenses, and ultimately every single Republican on the committee, initially when we voted there about eleven twelve Republicans who'd enjoin we had seven or eight who did. They when when there was a tape recording that was released that showed Nixon himself orchestrating the cover up from the very beginning. All the Republicans joined with all the Democrats and saying Richard Nixon should be impeached, including the most conservative at that point the handwriting was on the wall. It was cleared every single member of the House Judiciary committee, including conservative Republicans and conservative southern Democrats supported impeachment. The house is going to support impeachment overwhelmingly, and he would be removed vote convicted in the Senate and removed and he saw the handwriting on the wall. He didn't want that humiliation. It was bad enough that he had to resign became the first American president to resign. But it was because the process was fair open and won the respect of the American people many of home. Most of whom it's supported Richard Nixon in the election just a year and a half before. So it can be done. So Richard Nixon resigned and didn't get impeached. No. There was a vote to impeach in the House Judiciary committee. That was enough for Richard Nixon to get the message. He had to get out because otherwise he'd be forcibly removed by the house full house and the Senate. Well, let's go back to two sessions replacement. Matthew, Whitaker
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Analysis of Reuters interview with Trump
"Tonight, President Trump tells Reuters. He is totally allowed to be involved in the Muller investigation and quote, I could run it if I want. Meanwhile, what does White House counsel Don Mcgann? No. And more importantly, what did he tell the special counsel during a reported thirty hours of questioning after some blockbuster reporting in the New York Times Trump allies, realized they were in the dark. Can Rudolph Giuliani's fantasy weekend declaring truth is in truth and going completely and boldly against the facts regarding a key part of Trump's path to the White House. All of it as the eleventh hour gets underway for a new week on Monday night. Good evening once again from our NBC news headquarters here in New York day, five seventy eight of the Trump administration. And tonight the president of the United States is coming off a vicious string of personal attacks, comparing people to dogs and rats and calling Robert Muller discredited and disgraced. He is neither. And now tonight, the president is talking about what's at the heart of all of it. The rush investigation now that he knows his White House lawyer has testified fully before the Muller team. This afternoon, Reuters interviewed President Trump. They report. He is quote, worried that any statements under oath he provides a special counsel. Robert Muller could be used to bring perjury charges against him. Quote, Trump echoed the concerns of his top lawyer in the program Guiliani who has warned that any sit down with Muller could be perjury trap Reuters quotes the president as saying. So if I say something and he meeting Komi. Says something and it's my word against his and he's best friends with Muller. So Muller might say, well, I believe Komi and even if I'm telling the truth that makes me a liar. That's no good. The report goes on despite his concerns Trump did not comment on whether he would alternately agree to an interview with Muller. Also Trump asserted that he retained the power to intervene in the probe, but that he had chosen not to do so for the moment quoting the president here I can go in and I could do whatever I could run it if I want, but I decided to stay out. He said, I'm totally allowed to be involved. If I wanted to be so far, I haven't chosen to be involved. I'll stay out not long after that interviewed. The president's lawyer said this about the Muller investigation. They're trying to run it right into the election, and if that's their strategy, the American people really have to learn that. I mean, they're trying to do the same thing Komen. They're trying to become judge jury of the twenty eighteen elections. That is a tragedy with a phony investigation like this. They simply don't have any evidence of collusion, and they have no evidence of -struction other than their version of the truth. Over the past two days, the president and his legal team have learned the extent to which White House counsel Don Mcgann has been talking to the Muller team. This was first reported with a bang over the weekend by the New York Times which cited a dozen sources and reported Mcgann had quoted, least three voluntary interviews with investigators that total thirty hours over the past nine months times also reported Mcgann, discuss Trump's comments and actions during the firing of the FBI director. James Comey and Mr. Trump's obsession with putting a loyalist in charge of the inquiry, including his repeated urging of attorney general Jeff. Obsessions to claim oversight of it. The times followed up with a second report that Trump and his legal team didn't appear to know exactly how much the White House counsel told Muller's investigators these stories as you might imagine set off the president to wit quote, the failing New York Times wrote a fake piece today, implying that because White House counsel misspell Don Mcgann was giving hours of testimony to the special counsel misspelled. He must be a John dean type rat, but I allowed him and all others to testify didn't have to. I have nothing to hide and disgraced and discredited Bob Muller and his whole group of angry democrat thugs spent over thirty hours with the White House counsel misspelled only with my approval for purposes of transparency tonight..
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California is banning kids from drinking soda at restaurants
"New. York California could become the first state in the nation to dictate what drink options are presented to kids in. Restaurants as we hear from Jim Roope Senate Bill eleven. Ninety two seeks to mandate that the drink options for the meals on Kidman us in, restaurants fast food or fancy be milk or. Water California's currently facing an obesity and diabetes. Crisis democratic state Senator Bill money is the author of the. Bill he, says obesity related medical, costs The state exceed, nine billion dollars a year with type two diabetes adding an additional one point six billion dollars a year to. The states hospitalization costs overwhelming scientific evidence has shown that sugar sweetened beverages or one of. The leading causes of the increase in these chronic health conditions I don't want disputes that claim says Republican assembly. Member Melissa Melinda don't think it's appropriate for the government to be stepping in and sort of taking the. Parent's role says restaurants don't only offer. Soda or sugar sweetened drinks they offer choices of milk water other drinks. Without added sugar and it should be up to the parent. To help, guide the. Choices of their kids really if there is an abundance of sugar in a child's diet likely that's coming from. Home so it's not as though this having a soda. Is being forced upon children when they're out to eat with their parents the Bill doesn't, prohibit the sale of sugary drinks to kids. It just requires that the options that come. With the meal the milk or water with the option to. Change that, to another type of Drink at no extra. Charge but allowing for the, sale of soda to kids in the Bill, does it. Make the government mandate right says Republican assembly member Matthew Harper this is yet another nanny state built I mean how many decisions. That should be made by individuals consumers businesses on their. Own are instead be being made this body by the state of California but supporters of the Bill say the cost, of, the healthcare system and the health of the. Kids are too high and, the decisions should be easier for, kids and parents to bake by making milk or water the default drink in kids meals as democratic assembly member Kevin McCarthy says kids meals shouldn't come with a side order of diabetes. Obesity cardiovascular disease if signed
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admits 'left-leaning' bias, but says ideology doesn't influence policy
"Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says while. As companies left leaning the social. Media platform doesn't discriminate against. Differing political viewpoints he told CNN Twitter doesn't shadow banned users like President Trump has accused the social media platform of doing. So I think a lot of the statements behind the statement, of the question behind the question is looks. Outta banning is a very widely defined. Term there's not one signal definition so the mission that we found that seems to resonate with the most people is Not amplifying particular messages or if someone puts out a tweet hiding that tweet from everyone without that person who tweeted it knowing about it so but the real question behind the question is are we doing something according to political ideology your points and we are not period we do not look, at. Content with regards, to political viewpoint or ideology, we look at behavior and we use that behavior as. A signal to, to add to relevant we need to constantly show that we are not adding our own. Bias. Which I fully admit is is is is more left leaning and I think it's important to, articulate our bias into and to share with with. People's that people understand us. But we need to remove all bias from how we act and our policies and Our enforcement people have these assumptions that. That, you're out to, get them or something which is why transparency matter so, much which is why. Being open about our own personal. Views and and what we think about what's happening, is is important and I'll fully met that I haven't done enough of that I haven't I haven't done enough of. Lake, articulating my own personal objectives with a service, and and my own personal objectives in the, world and and I think people see. A faceless corporation has they don't assume that humans are in it you. Know or that they're genuine authentic just assume based on what the output is and that's that's. On us since on me companies like Facebook and Twitter say they understand, the perception but denied that their, algorithms and employees discriminate against any particular political point of view