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New York reports its first case of the troubling variant that is dominant in Brazil

Ric Edelman

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

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.

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Johnson & Johnson pauses Covid-19 vaccine trial developed with Boston hospital after 'unexplained illness'

WBZ Midday News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"john dean" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"john dean" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is John dean of Watergate fame via brought in as a big witness but Nadler is zero specific knowledge is a convicted felon these a disbarred attorney his claim to fame now is that he supposedly flipped on former president Richard Nixon but he didn't serve prison time for obstruction of justice and he's posted I what speak about the abuse of executive power because he did it is no legal expertise is a disbarred lawyer what what wisdom does he have that he can impose on Nadler's committee the special counsel at the time found nineteen material discrepancies between John dean sworn testimony and White House recordings so we live at least nineteen dollars from coast to coast from sea to shining sea is a Sean Hannity show Sean Hannity weekdays noon to three PM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM Katie W. N. but talk of Las Vegas Jim H. over there welcome to victims Raj podcast it's got four wheels will talk about it light engine Mustang with their friends had Ryan because story for for for this particular we believe this which was a major renovation to them onto the main one is sixty six sixty seven and the second in nineteen seventy make sure you check out all the episodes begins Roger because studios or wherever you listen to podcasts suicide love silence break the silence don't be afraid to ask the question talking about thoughts of suicide may be a source of relief to the person at risk listen to them let them talk and let them know you care our concern suicide is preventable learn how to discuss your concerns recognize it talk about it learn more at recognize talk act got to work a message from the Virginia department of health if.

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Iowa city has clever solution for flooding problem

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

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

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George Conway denies that he and Kellyanne are 'Anonymous' author

Michael Berry

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

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

Erin Burnett OutFront

06:05 min | 2 years ago

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

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How Watergate Set the Stage for the Trump Impeachment Inquiry

AM Joy

10:42 min | 2 years ago

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.

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"john dean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:49 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Bo. One eight six six ninety redeye. Buckton Gary McNamara and Carly. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye. Welcome, and good morning. Thanks so much for being here this morning, by the way. Of judge is I said this earlier that the media was all over him saying what he's the thoughtful intelligent one yesterday yesterday saying that under a Trump America's now. Very much like Russia, right? Which is just a complete at you. You jump to just bizarre political rhetoric. Instead of saying, look, I disagree with him on this issue in that issue in that issue in that issue in that issue in that issue, that'd be fine. But again, when you have to go as all the Democrats have to go to and again, we, you know, it's we see where the Democrats are going in order to compete against. Trump Biden has to promote the fact that he's going to cure cancer. That this is this is this is where we're at. It's going to be an interesting year and a half. All right. Let's get to some substance here. Okay. All right. I want to play this audio cut. On Fox News last night, so wisenberg, former deputy a special council, and Alan Dershowitz, as we all know Alan Dershowitz, the. Law. Professor constitutional law. Professor, a liberal, not a Trump supporter. Who wrote the book the Muller report? And John dean, as we all know, and when this first happened, you know, I don't I, I know what my reaction was, which was when I first saw the John dean was going to testify, I didn't know it was at John dean, I saw the headline. And when I saw the headline and went John dean. Former special counsel, John dean. I'm thinking, because the president is tweeting about it this past weekend that has to be somebody who worked for him a wait a minute. He's gotta do is claiming executive privilege who's John dean guide, remember John dean guide being the president's special counsel, every the first pergram John dean from Watergate fame. You're kidding me. They, they, they bring in Michael Cohen and. Okay. We brought in one felon. Let's bring in another felony and parade of felons. And so I just said, look, they're going to be hashed, the same thing about obstruction of Justice, and they did. And, and this is where Dershowitz and also so wisenberg tear it to shreds, because they're still unthinking that. Well, it's obstruction of Justice for firing Komi. And let's you're part of the interview this was on Laura Ingraham last night on, on Fox News. Allen Democrats are really pushing for Muller's testimony. But it isn't it possible that the GOP's case could actually be strengthened by his appearance. It's possible, but there's no legal right to Muller's testimony. There's no legal right to any of the Muller report. Indeed, even though I wrote the introduction to the report their Muller reported never should have been written this, no room under. Our constitution for special counsel special. Prosecutors reports prosecutors have the right to say. Only one thing we have concluded that there is no evidence sufficient to charge the president with Russian collusion or obstruction of Justice, period. I'm taking no questions. I'm making no public report. I'm giving my findings to the attorney general. No prosecutor should ever go beyond that we all agreed with that when Komi went beyond that with Hillary Clinton. I don't understand the difference between the criticism of Komi for saying that Hillary Clinton engaged in extreme carelessness everybody criticized that and then we want to know why Muller didn't charge the president. It's the same thing, the whole enterprise special counsel special. Prosecutors is inconsistent with the constitution. I hope we've seen the last of it now Saul you were watching John dean's show yesterday where he was testifying on the hill and purporting to. To draw connection between the Watergate roadmap to impeachment, and what mothers report represents your thoughts. First of all, they're completely different those two roadmaps to war. Ski in the grand jury were very careful not to make any arguments whatsoever, not to draw any conclusions. They just said, here is on, on March seventeenth nineteen seventy three president Nixon, had a conversation with these people. Then they listed the tape recordings in the grand jury testimony that the house could go look at totally different than the mullahs report, which which made a number of legal and factual conclusions. That's number one, but number two, more importantly, for the people who still believe that firing James combing could ever be criminal obstruction of Justice, the, the Watergate, roadmap which was all about obstruction of Justice. Right. That's what the grand jury indicted, people for never in any way mentions the firing of Archie. Direction of Justice, and I've looked at just about every book on Watergate, I don't believe to worst people ever even thought about indicting anyone under it struck in theory for firing Cox. There is a precedent that's much closer. And of course, nobody talked about it yesterday. And that's George Hw Bush, pardoning cashable, Weinberger, pardoning, the five people on the eve of their trial, the special prosecutor in that case large wolf said that was designed to stop the investigation, and it did stop the investigation. Nobody suggests that obstruction of Justice skins President Bush. All right. There you go. Yeah. I mean, they as I've said, they're arguing the same thing over and over again. And think that if they argue it more that somehow you come to a different conclusion, and you don't you're is, this is a whole thing about the whole judiciary committee. They're not. They're all they're doing is bringing people that still agree with their side, that we can stretch out, and we can make law that isn't law that we can make obstruction of Justice. What is not obstruction of Justice, if we get enough, people on our side to say it's obstruction of Justice? Well, it's not. Yeah, I mean you know this is, and it is that really is. The has been the practice right after the mall report came out. You had Nadler and Schiff and others that that kept saying, well, you know, we wanna look more into the collusion that happened and the obstruction that happened. This is after the report came out. Not after the summary came out after the report came out, and they kept saying, those words, they kept using the words. Well, we wanna look more into the obstruction and the as if it were fact, just say it as if it's fact because the real game here is and Kimberly straw. So wrote the show, of course, for Napa beyond the show, it is the hanging of the big doubt, cloud over the president politically and hope that, that doesn't damage and say things out loud. As if they're fats liberal media is not going to call you on it. They're going to go along with the narrative, they helped write the narrative, they're still writing the false narrative, so you get a full reign you get full reign. You can pretty much say whatever you want. And you can change the, the attack or the direction of the attack the focus of the attack in certain areas, and they've done that obstruction was, of course firing Komi then obstruction became Mcgann, not showing up and, and after a subpoena was issued by congress and bar, not showing up after a subpoena was issued by congress. So they changed the definition of words. They change the the I guess the cause behind it the basis of it, but it's been the same game all along. They have nothing. The only thing you can do is state something as fact and keep stating it that way. And the facts on the ground, heaven changed. We've been talking about the facts on the ground even before the Muller report came out and the mullahs report didn't change the facts on the ground, they still haven't changed. And it's just if we see. And this is the this is the point, you know, that the facts have been changed, because all they're doing is calling people in now who don't want President Trump to be president who are agreeing with them that you can change the special that you can change obstruction of Justice to something that is not and never has been in this country. Obstruction of Justice. And it's like if we get more people in to keep saying the same thing, maybe we can move the bar. Now William bar, but maybe we can move. There's this delusional thought that maybe we can make obstruction of Justice out of something that is not obstruction of Justice. And they bring the point of both George. Herbert Walker Bush in Iran contra. And what happened there where he pardoned all of them as, as the special prosecutor said at that point, will that this stops investigation completely? Nobody said that was obstructed Justice back then and the same with Nixon, and Archibald Cox, when he far that wasn't obstruction of Justice. And nobody said that, that was obstruction of Justice. At that particular time now the other things that were done. Pain people to shut up. Missing missing evidence destruction of evidence things like that. The only thing I want to talk about with, you know, when when Dershowitz keeps going back to James Komi. The, the difference between James Komi. And I mean did a bunch of stuff wrong. He's not a prosecutor. He shouldn't have been helping only in that press conference to begin with. But it's important to understand that Komi knew that he had to explain further. What happened with Hillary Clinton? Because he was making it clear and it was clear to anybody who's not a political hack because we knew what Hillary Clinton did. Nobody was debating the behavior. Nobody right. Know what nobody was debating the part of the espionage act and the part of the freedom of information law that she was violating. So we actually knew what the we knew what she did. And we knew what specific law, and what sections of the law, and for some reason, I'm using my hands to explain this to you. We. It's radio care because when you didn't sections you kind of, like did an outline with hotline like a paper. Well, we, we knew the exact section of the espionage law and went down to the sentences as to why what she did was against the law Komi did that. And Qomi said she was irresponsible, because he knew he had to explain why the F B I would not prosecute her for clearly violating the law. Right. And his his point was yes, she did do this in her behavior was a legal. But no reasonable prosecutor prosecuted. And yes, she was extremely careless, which goes from the whole point of it was gross negligence to extremely careless because they had to take that out because the gross negligence would have been the actual term used in the actual law for breaking the law, which is why that, that got changed in it. So that's the difference and it's important to note the difference and the motivation. Because the motivation of Komi was he knew what law she broke. And he knew he was going to have to explain it, somehow why she wasn't going to be charged. That was the difference.

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"john dean" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Do with anything happening today, except attempting to stay relevant by sucking up to the media every day in any which way he knows how that is what saved. John dean, John dean, former. And in fact, you know what I think a lot of people make the mistake will. No, actually, I don't make this mistake. I the fact that many in this audience may not have been alive. Back during the Watergate, if it's nineteen seventy-two, and even if you were alive, you may have not been paying that much attention. Although in Watergate, a lot of people were, but how much do you really remember? How many really remember who John dean is how many really remember what John dean was little pop quiz. Here there's no wrong answer in there. So I'm not trying to humiliate the already overworked and overpaid staff. In one sentence, if you can and again, no wrong answer here. I'm running a little test in one sentence. Tell me who t you John dean is, what, what is your memory of John, dean and Watergate? Former Nixon loyalists turned rat is, is, is Mr. Snerdley, impression of John dean, I have found that most people have a variation that although they don't use the word rat. They think John dean is a hero because he finally came out and that's why he's there yesterday because they think John dean is seen as a hero. We've finally had got somebody in that Nixon ministry, hit guts to stand up and finally tell the truth. That's not at all. John dean was. And so a little history lesson coming up in just a second for the purposes of making sure people in this audience are fully informed about who this guy is. We've got some great audio soundbites from the hearing yesterday. In fact, I, maybe maybe the maybe the Democrats are thank understand, but they may not be regretting that the helicopter story yesterday took their hearings made them start them late. As a result, not as many might have seen. We don't know how many people actually saw the hearing, but it was not good. And I think evidence of it not being good as Pelosi today. I mean disappointed CNN the long faces after this and Pelosi Pelosi was snarky this guy on this little guy was trying to grovel and suck up and and. Treat her like like she was a goddess almost a raid to be in her presence almost afraid to even ask her any question at all. And whatever question he asked her she acted. Who are you what? Right. Do you have to be here in my presence? She snark, every answer. She accused him why we weren't gonna discuss. I'm not gonna who said this was nothing about policy today. And I'm sorry. Sorry, I did. Just a mazing to watch. Then they cut back to the CNN crew in the studio, and they just long faces and sad disappointment realization that Pelosi's, not going to pull the trigger on this. They're still telling lies in the drive-by media, about the Mexico tariff deal. They're telling me lies about everything they cannot get current. They're trying to acquaint everything happening today or correlating happening today. Something happened in the past that they think was a great victory for them. Ridiculous. Is it the Muller report is finished? It's over. There's nothing in it. There's nothing in it for the Democrats to us to gain any kind of victory. And they can't let it go. And it's I mean, the pickings are, so slim they've got to go back and get a guy. That's eighty one years old from the nineteen seventies to try to make a case. And he wasn't even part of this. He claimed he didn't know how much CNN's paying commentator. I guess it's dean make so much money that the incremental pennies, he gets from CNN are so insignificant that he does seem bothered, attenuate them. I really don't know what, what CNN is, is paying me. So let me tell you a little bit about John day. We'll get into plugs block Biden, and his his eviscerating speech. The drive bys breathlessly await. As I say the helicopter story yesterday in Manhattan distracted. The drive bys from covering Jerry Nadler's opening of the mock impeachment trial, the dry, run the rehearsal. Starring John John dean of all the what John dean was the star witness. Somebody wasn't even a part of this. Because it backfired folks, not only John dean, not ask the EMI credibility to Nadler's investigation, because the Republicans viscera by the way, if you saw any of it yesterday, you now know why Muller does not wanna testify Muller's, not afraid of the Democrats, but he doesn't want any part of Jim Jordan. He doesn't want any way, will you hear Jordan, eviscerate, John? It's coming up. He doesn't want any part of Doug Collins, he doesn't want any part of any of the Republicans would start asking him questions. He doesn't want any questions about the dossier about how they ignored the Hillary involvement with the Russian. That's why modern what John dean. Illustrated. Why Muller wants no part of congressional testimony? Not only John dean, not add any credibility, but the Republicans on the committee were able to remind everybody just what a partisan hack. John dean has been for more than forty years. And the reason John dean has become a partisan hack, is because he learned very early on in the Watergate scandal, that his true avenue of escape was to suck up to the Washington media, that hated Richard Nixon, if he could in their eyes become an ally in the in the war against Nixon, he would forever be embraced. And give a new life and credibility. And that's been the case ever since John deemed was perceived to have turn rat on Nixon, the drive by media in Washington, and New York has loved him as has the Washington establishment. And yesterday's hearing exposed this. And it also illustrated what a partisan witch hunt. Nadler's mock impeachment rehearsal is now as a public service, I want to add to what the Republicans said about in which we have coming up in the audio soundbites. For starters. John dean was not the hero of Watergate, but many people think that he was because he was supposedly Nixon loyalist who then saw what his boss was really doing and saw what his boss was capable of. And. Immediately abandoned, his boss. And that's why John dean's a hero. Now. I, I'm going to assume that most of you in this audience are fully aware of the abject hatred. The media had for Richard Nixon. Abject hatred the democrat party and for Nixon. So it didn't take long to figure out which side of the Brad, he wanted buttered. And he artfully separated himself from Nixon as a great American patriot. Who was at one time Nixon loyalists. But then saw all the dirt saw all of the scum all of the outrage in John dean, American patriot couldn't take it anymore. Any finally handle let the truth fly, he had to unload on the Watergate hearings. That's how he's seen great patriot. Putting the country before his job putting the country before his relationship with the president putting his job before his loyalty, the executive branch and he's parlayed that into a career. That includes bashing Republicans on Twitter, and on CNN and as often as he is asked to do, so he was not. However, the hero of Watergate. John dean, if you wanna the truth more accurately described as one of the two people behind the Watergate break in. He worked with our old, buddy, G Gordon Liddy. Dean was not one of these Nixon, lawyers White House counselors that were shocked. What he'd seen? He was one of the architects of it. There's a theory that John dean was trying to protect his girlfriend who was an alleged. Member of DNC, call girl ring. And that's one of the reasons it was speculated theory that dean was so interested to get in there and get dirt from the DNC, because they had information that is, girlfriend was alleged to be part of a DNC Cobra ring, which was one of the objectives of the Watergate burglars. They were doing anything. They could discredited her flying around. In any case, the FBI call John dean the master manipulator of the Watergate cover up. He wasn't some innocent bystanders sitting there doing his counselor job. And all of a sudden becomes aware what the burglars were doing in the plumbers and lydian his crowd was outraged and shocked. He was the master manipulator, according to the FBI back. Then. And in the end John dean was accused of lying to authorities nineteen times. He also obstructed Justice. Keep that in mind. John dean obstructed Justice was sent to a he was sentenced to prison didn't wanna go. They sent served a four month prison term and a halfway house. He says I didn't go to prison. Well, I don't know, halfway house. Maybe it's not prison. But he was he was he had to spend time away from home and control facility. He made a big deal yesterday about not going to prison, but it's a it's a fine point. It's semantics. So here's a guy who. Obstructed justice. And the Democrats bring him in. As an expert in obstruction of Justice, and they think bring him in as a hero, not as somebody who has committed the crime, but as a hero, who discovered it and was outraged by it. But because of John dean's lifelong service, John dean better than most conspire obstruction of Justice before you and I have even gotten up in the morning John Dino's obstruction of Justice. And therefore he's credible witness to describe how Trump has done it. But wishing an investigation would end is not obstruction of Justice. Is it you're the president of the United States? You know that what's going on as the witch hunt, because, you know that you didn't do it. You know you didn't collude with Russia. And you know that you have an obstructed Justice because your president and you have constitutional powers that you've exercise like firing Komi. And you want this thing to end it's a distraction. It's paralyzing your administration. It's a witch hunt. You know, there's no good that can come this. Because there's no they're, they're being investigated. So you want it to end. As professor Dershowitz pointed out wanting an investigation of yourself to end is not obstructing Justice and it's not unnatural. It's perfectly normal when you are falsely accused wanted to go away. Democrats are trying to say Trump obstructed Justice by thinking about finding ways to end this investigation, which really wasn't even an investigation. It was a coup. John dean got away with. Pleading to a single felony count of obstruction in exchange for becoming a key witness for the prosecution. Which ultimately resulted in dean, getting a reduced prison sentence of just about four months. Demons also later disbarred as was Bill Clinton, but all in all he got off the slap on the wrist. Especially given how he is calling for Trump to be drawn and quartered. When Trump hasn't committed any crimes, and John dean did. In John dean, pleaded guilty to them for a reduced sentence..

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"john dean" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Here's John dean comes have Nixon administration. He's caught up in it. He realizes how much Nixon's. Hey, that he makes a quick calculation. He's got to get out of that is, is so he, he called it becoming a rat, whatever he decides to throw in with Nixon's enemies. Which is the entirety of the media, and they willingly rapidly accept his entry application into the Washington establishment because he becomes a useful player. They can use done. John davis. Supposed- credibility to destroy Nixon even further. John dean. Nevertheless. Seems to have been left a bitter man in the forty years since John dean made a living by claiming it every alleged Republican scandal's been worse than Watergate that's that's been his job. His job with the drive by media has been to say that every Republican president and scandal, Varian is at least the equal the Watergate, if not worse, and he's doing here with Donald Trump. He said, Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal was worse than Watergate, even wrote a book that claimed the Iraq war was far worse than Watergate that Bush Cheney were far worse. The Nixon ever was this has been his job. Trump has been as off in office. John Dan has. Posted nine hundred seventy tweets. Nine hundred seventy tweets attacking Donald Trump. In addition to all of his attacks on Trump, as a CNN commentator, and yet, he's bitter. Why isn't he happy? The drive bys have accepted him. They made him a hero. They've reversed his loser image. They've turned him into one of the great American patriots. And he's bitter. Got everything he wanted supposedly. Why.

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"john dean" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KTRH

"Today. That's eastern stock com. President Trump calls Biden sleepy Joe. That's where we bottom of the hour on KTAR h. Gandhi, interesting figure in the sense that you've heard the old saying, glad the grass is always greener. Here's John dean comes Nixon administration. He's caught up in it. He realizes how much Nixon's, he makes a quick calculation, he's got to get out of that is, so he, he call it becoming a rat, whatever he decides to throw in with Nixon's enemies. Which is the entirety of the media, and they willingly rapidly accept his entry application into the Washington establishment because he becomes a useful player. They can use done John. Dana supposed credibility to destroy Nixon. Even further. John dean. Nevertheless. Seems to have been left a bitter man in the forty years since John Dan, made a living by claiming it every alleged Republican scandal's been worse than Watergate. That's that's been his job. His job with the drive by media has been to say that every Republican president and scandal, Varian is at least the equal to Watergate, if not worse, and his doing it here with Donald Trump. He said Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal was worse than Watergate, he even wrote a book that claim their rock war was far worse than Watergate that motion caney were far worse. The Nixon ever was this has been his job. Sinn Trump has been off in office. John Dan has. Posted nine hundred seventy tweets. Nine hundred seventy tweets attacking Donald Trump. In addition to all of his attacks on Trump, as a CNN commentator, and yet, he's bitter. Why isn't he happy? The drive bys of accepted him and made him a hero. They've reversed his loser image. They've turned him into one of the great American patriots. He's bitter why? Got everything he wanted supposedly. Why.

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"john dean" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"John dean's. Interesting figure in the sense that you've heard the old saying the gland, the grass is always greener. Here's John dean comes out Nixon administration. He's caught up in it. He realizes how much Nixon's, hey, he makes a quick calculation. He's got to get out of that is, is so he, he called it becoming a rat, whatever he decides to throw in with Nixon's enemies. Which is the entirety of the media, and they willingly rapidly accept his entry application into the Washington establishment because he becomes a useful player. They can use done John. Dana supposed credibility to destroy Nixon. Even further. John dean. Nevertheless. Seems to have been left a bitter man in the forty years since John Dan, made a living by claiming it every alleged Republican scandal's been worse than Watergate. That's that's been his job. His job with the drive by media has been to say that every Republican president and scandal, Varian is at least the equal the Watergate, if not worse, and he's doing it here with Donald Trump. He said, Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal was worse than Watergate, even wrote a book that claimed the Iraq war was far worse than Watergate that Bush Cheney refer worse. The Nixon ever was this has been his job. Sinn Trump has been off in office. John Dan has. Posted nine hundred seventy tweets. Nine hundred seventy tweets attacking Donald Trump. In addition to all of his attacks on Trump, as a CNN commentator, and yet his bitter. Why isn't he happy? The drive bys of accepted him. They made him a hero. They've reversed his loser image. They've turned him into one of the great American patriots. And he's bitter why. Got he.

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"john dean" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Give us a call today. We all three good. The president joins Democrats on the campaign trail in Iowa full story at ten thirty on KOA NewsRadio. John dean's. Interesting figure in the sense that you've heard the old saying the Glenn, the grass is always greener. Here's John dean comes out the Nixon administration, he's caught up in it. He realizes how much Nixon's hated. He makes a quick calculation. He's got to get out of that is, is so he, he called it becoming a rat, whatever he decides to throw in with Nixon's enemies. Which is the entirety of the media, and they willingly rapidly accept his entry application into the Washington establishment because he becomes a useful player. They can use done John Damon is supposed credibility to destroy Nixon even further. John dean. Nevertheless. Seems to have been left a bitter man in the forty years since John dean made a living by claiming it every alleged Republican scandal's been worse than Watergate. That's that's been his job. His job with the drive by media has been to say that every Republican president and scandal, Varian is at least the equal to Watergate, if not worse. And he's doing it here with Donald Trump. He said Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal was worse than Watergate, he even wrote a book that claimed the Iraq war was far worse than Watergate that Bush Cheney were far worse than Nixon ever was this has been his job. Trump has been as off in office. John Dan has. Posted nine hundred seventy tweets. Nine hundred seventy tweets attacking Donald Trump. In addition to all of his attacks on Trump, as a CNN commentator, and yet, he's bitter. Why isn't he happy? The drive bys have accepted him. They made him a hero. They've reversed his loser image. They've turned him into one of the great American patriots. And he's bitter why. Got everything he wanted supposedly why.

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"john dean" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on 710 WOR

"John dean's. Interesting figure in the sense that old saying the Glenn. The grass is always greener. Here's John dean comes out Nixon administration. He's caught up in it. He realizes how much Nixon is. Hey did he makes a quick calculation? He's got to get out of that is, is so he, he called it becoming a rat, whatever he decides to throw in with Nixon's enemies. Which is the entirety of the media, and they willingly rapidly accept his entry application into the Washington establishment because he becomes a useful player. They can use done John Dana supposed- credibility to destroy Nixon even further. John dean. Nevertheless. Seems to have been left a bitter man in the forty years since John Dan, made a living by claiming it every alleged Republican scandal's been worse than Watergate. That's that's been his job. His job with the drive by media has been to say that every Republican president and scandal, Varian is at least the equal the Watergate, if not worse and his doing here with Donald Trump. He said, Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal was worse than Watergate, even wrote a book that claim the Iraq war was far worse than Watergate that Bush Cheney were far worse than Nixon ever was. This has been his job. Trump has been as off in office. John Dan has. Posted nine hundred seventy tweets. Nine hundred seventy tweets attacking Donald Trump. In addition to all of his attacks on Trump, as a CNN commentator, and yet, he's bitter. Why isn't he happy? The drive bys have accepted him. They made him a hero. They've reversed his loser image. They've turned him into one of the great American patriots. And he's bitter why. Got everything he wanted supposedly. Why is he bitter as a life lesson here, and we will be back. The voice of New York, seven ten W, O R. We got seventy degrees at four thirty. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. Prosecutors now say DNA samples from the estranged husband of the missing Connecticut, mom have been found mixed with blood and her home NTSB now. Well into its investigation of yesterday's fail. Helicopter crash into a midtown building and Cuba. Gooding junior is accused of groping a woman in a west side bar..

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"john dean" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KTOK

"When severe weather threatens tuned. I your severe weather thirty one thousand KT. Okay. John dean's. Interesting figure in the sense that you've heard the old saying gland, the grass is always greener. Here's John dean comes out Nixon administration. He's caught up in it. He realizes how much Nixon's hated. He makes a quick calculation. He's got to get out of that is, is so he, he called it becoming a rat, whatever he decides to throw in with Nixon's enemies. Which is the entirety of the media, and they willingly rapidly accept his entry application into the Washington establishment because he becomes a useful player. They can use done John Davis. Supposed credibility to destroy Nixon even further. John dean. Nevertheless. Seems to have been left a bitter man in the forty years since John Dan made a living by claiming it every alleged Republican scandals been worse than Watergate that's that's been his job. His job with the drive by media has been to say that every Republican president and scandal, Varian is at least the equal to Watergate, if not worse, and his doing it here with Donald Trump. He said Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal was worse than Watergate, he even wrote a book that claimed the Iraq war was far worse than Watergate that Bush Cheney were far worse than Nixon ever was this has been his job. Trump has been off in office. John Dan has. Posted nine hundred seventy tweets. Nine hundred seventy tweets attacking Donald Trump. In addition to all of his attacks on Trump, as a CNN commentator, and yet, he's bitter. Why isn't he happy? The drive bys of accepted him. They made him a hero. They've reversed his loser image. They've turned him into one of the great American patriots. And he's bitter why..

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"john dean" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Radio five sixty s. Gandhi is an interesting figure in the sense that you've heard the old saying the grass is not always greener. Here's John dean comes the Nixon administration, he's caught up in it. He realizes how much Nixon's hated. He makes a quick calculation. He's got to get out of that is, is so he, he called it becoming a rat, whatever he decides to throw in with Nixon's enemies. Which is the entirety of the media, and they willingly rapidly accept his entry application into the Washington establishment because he becomes a useful player. They can use done. John davis. Supposed- credibility to destroy Nixon even further. John dean. Nevertheless. Seems to have been left. A bitter man in the forty years since John dean made a living by claiming it, every alleged Republicans scandal's been worse than Watergate. That's that's been his job. His job with the drive by media has been to say that every Republican president and scandal in is at least the equal to Watergate, if not worse, and he's doing it here with Donald Trump. He said Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal was worse than Watergate, he even wrote a book that claimed the Iraq war was far worse than Watergate that Bush Cheney were far worse than Nixon. Never was this has been his job. Sinn Trump has been as often in office. John Dan has. Posted nine hundred seventy tweets. Nine hundred seventy tweets attacking Donald Trump. In addition to all of his attacks on Trump, as a CNN commentator, and yet, he's bitter. Why isn't he happy? The drive bys of accepted him. They made him a hero. They've reversed his loser image. They've turned him into one of the great American patriots. And he's bitter why..

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"john dean" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on WTVN

"But wishing an investigation would end is not obstruction of Justice. Is it you're the president of the United States? You know that what's going on as a witch hunt, because, you know that you didn't do it. You know you didn't collude with Russia. And you know that you haven't obstructed Justice because your president and you have constitutional powers that you've exercise like firing me. And you want this thing to end it's a distraction. It's paralyzing your administration. It's a witch hunt. You know, there's no good that can come to this. Because there's no they're, they're being investigated. So you want it to end. As professor Dershowitz has pointed out wanting an investigation of yourself to end is not obstructing Justice and it's not unnatural. It's perfectly normal when you are falsely accused wanted to go away. Democrats are trying to say Trump obstructed Justice by thinking about finding ways to end this investigation, which really wasn't even an investigation. It was a coup. John dean got away with. Pleading to a single felony count of obstruction in exchange for becoming a key witness for the prosecution. Which ultimately resulted in dean, getting a reduced prison sentence of just about four months. Dean was also later. Disbarred as was Bill Clinton, but all in all he got off the slap on the wrist, especially given how he is calling for Trump to be drawn and quartered. When Trump hasn't committed any crimes, and John dean dead in John dean pleaded guilty to them for a reduced sentence. This whole experience is left, John dean, contrary. And this is a great study, human nature. John dean is a bitter man, why John dean ought to have been revitalized and happy and sitting on top of the world. He's been embraced by the Washington power structure. He's been embraced by the cool kids. He's been embraced by a big click and the guy. Is bitter more on this in just a moment? Moved to the audio soundbites, hang tough. You're listening.

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"john dean" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The president of the United States? You know what's going on as the witch hunt, because, you know that you didn't do it. You know you didn't collude with Russia. And you know that you haven't obstructed Justice because your president and you have constitutional powers that you've exercise like firing Comey. And you want this thing to end it's a distraction. It's paralyzing your administration. It's a witch hunt. You know, there's no good that can come of this. Because there's no they're, they're being investigated. So you want it to end. As professor Dershowitz pointed out wanting an investigation of yourself to end is not obstructing Justice and it's not unnatural. It's perfectly normal when you are falsely accused wanted to go away. Democrats are trying to say that Trump obstructed Justice by thinking about finding ways to end this investigation, which really wasn't even an investigation. It was a coup. John dean got away with. Pleading to a single felony count of obstruction in exchange for becoming a key witness for the prosecution. Which ultimately resulted in dean, getting a reduced prison sentence of just about four months. Deem was also later disbarred, as was Bill Clinton, but all in all he got off with a slap on the wrist, especially given how he is calling for Trump to be drawn and quartered. When Trump hasn't committed any crimes, and John dean dead in John dean pleaded guilty to them for a reduced sentence. This whole experiences left. John dean, contrary, and this is a great study, human nature. John dean is a bitter man, why John dean ought to have been revitalized and happy, sitting on top of the world. He's been embraced by the Washington power structure. He's been embraced by the cool kids. He's been embraced by a big click and the guy. Is bitter, more on this in just a moment and moved to the audio soundbites, hang up. You're.

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"john dean" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For starters. John dean was not the hero of Watergate, but many people think that he was because he was supposedly Nixon loyalist who then saw what his boss was really doing and saw what his boss was capable of and media. Immediately abandoned, his boss. And that's why John dean's a hero. Now. I, I'm going to assume that most of you in this audience are fully aware of the abject hatred. The media had for Richard Nixon. Abject hatred. The democrat party had for Nixon, so it didn't take long for dean to figure out which side of the Brad, he wanted buttered. And he artfully separated himself from Nixon as a great American patriot. Who was at one time Nixon loyalists. But then saw all the dirt saw all of the scum all of the outrage in John dean, American patriot. Couldn't take it anymore. And he finally handle let the truth fly he had to unload on the Watergate hearings. That's how he's seen great patriot. Putting the country before his job. What in the country before his relationship with the president putting his job before his loyalty to the executive branch and he's parlayed that into a career?.

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John Dean Cites Parallels Between Watergate and Mueller Probe

Business Beware

01:05 min | 2 years ago

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

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"john dean" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on WTVN

"The was the clays like the master manipulator, the cover up, which is how the FBI at the time referred to John dean the master manipulator of the cover up in the Watergate scandal. Former attorney general said that dean, quote, quote was at the center of the criminality of Watergate especial council of the time. This is this is Nablus big witness found that nineteen material discrepancies between dean, sworn testimony and the White House, recordings member the tapes. Yeah. Those recording. So think of it, he lied, which was provable because there were actual recordings that contradicted. John dean statements nineteen times. So is it any wonder he got hired by fake news? CNN and it seems like someone. The Democrats can rely on. So that's what they want him there for dean turn states evidence received a reduced plea deal and only one count of obstruction of Justice was sentenced between one and four years in prison. In reality. Dean didn't do time the sentencing, judge gave dean time served for the months. Dean had been spending in the special federal witness facility and while in the facility deem was typically driven daily to an office to work on his book is rich themselves with book sales, and speaking tours and dean spent the years since his conviction and does barmen trying to rehabilitate himself, and he's the quintessential boy cried wolf because every single Republican presidents since Watergate Cording to dean has committed acts that will worse than Watergate, presumably dean's home part in the cover-up. President Trump is just the latest because he said the exact same thing about then President George. So this this, this is now the talk about a clown show, a circus. This is it John dean the big witness of the week for the Democratic Party with credentials like that. I mean I it is bizarre. Convicted felon. Disbarred lawyer, who has said the exact same thing about Trump, that he said about Bush that he says it's about every Republican president. So he's this huge debt fanatic is going to testify and say the exact same thing, and yet, we're gonna take his word on any of this ad, it's fake news. CNN even bother hiring.

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"john dean" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Dean was the clay like the master manipulator, the cover up, which is how the FBI at the time referred to John. Dean the master manipulator of the cover up the Watergate scandal, former attorney general said that dean, quote was at the center of the criminality of Watergate especial council of time. This is this is Adams big witness. Found that nineteen material discrepancies between dean, sworn testimony and the White House, recordings member the tapes. Yeah. Those recording. So think of it, he lied, which was provable because there were actual recordings that contradicted. John dean statements nineteen times. So is it any wonder he got hired by fake news? CNN and it seems like someone the Democrats can rely on. So that's what they want him, therefore, dean turned state's evidence received a reduced plea deal. And only one count of obstruction of Justice was sentenced between one and four years in prison. In reality. Dean didn't do time the sentencing, judge gave dean time served for the months. Dean had been spending in the special federal witness facility and while in the facility deem was typically driven daily to an office to work on his book is rich themselves with book sales, and speaking tours. And dean spent the years since his conviction, and as barmen trying to rehabilitate himself, and he's the quintessential boy cried wolf because every single Republican presidents since Watergate pointing to dean has committed acts that will worse than Watergate and presumably deans part in the cover-up. President Trump is just the latest because he said the exact same thing about then President George W Bush. So this this, this is now talk about a clown show on a circus. This is it John dean the big witness of the week for the Democratic Party with credentials like that. I mean I it is bizarre. Convicted felon. Disbarred lawyer, who has said the exact same thing about Trump, that he said about Bush that he says about every Republican president. So he's this huge debt fanatic. This is going to testify and say the exact same thing, and yet we're going to take his word on any of this ad, it's fake news. CNN even bother hiring.

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"john dean" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KGO 810

"John dean is the general manager today, the, the Watergate figure the president's council president Nixon's council who was in on all the crimes. But as soon as they eat got turned up. He, he went weasel, and turned informer and read it out all of his friends and send them to jail. He's being dragged onto Capitol Hill this morning to testify before congress for no reason anybody can explain. He will be comparing the president, the current president's activities with those of Richard Nixon. So it is what offering is perspective. So it's what it looks like because when I saw the headline, I thought, are they bringing John Dina to make it look like impeachment from the seventies Jess and the no newspaper article I read about it explained why he was going to be there. No, it strikes me as purely stay stunt witness. It's just to get publicity. And Kaz Nixon was impeached, or, you know, was interview OJ. A feel for how bad things, are you obstructed Justice? How does Trump's ins compared to your own? Where? Yeah. That could be next. It is just it's, it's, it's Jahic. It's just a stunt booking. They got those all week long. I guess more on that later. What are other headlines Marshall, the tariffs are on hold tied to Mexico for now all tied up to the migrant stream will get into the migrant stream going back and forth California about to establish another dubious, I in our nation in the latest impactful democratic polling out of Iowa. It's who's in the middle of the pack. That's getting interesting. I like the people that got no votes, zero. There are a couple that got zero, including Blasios, the New York, mayor. We're not gonna be discouraged by that zero one person thinks you should be your first second or third choice. You're nobody's third choice, one person, not one of so much worse. When you say that I know. Right. Our house mailbag. Oh, it's fun. Danny. We have some weekly shower thoughts to start the weekend contemplative note that all on the way on the Armstrong and Getty show..

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Nixon Aide And Watergate Accuser to Testify About Mueller Report

America Trends

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

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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"john dean" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"john dean" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A mission that I needed to. Phil. And I needed to get the truth out in. Very hard. You spent ten years take care of somebody dining family in. I york. He was he was but it didn't really matter because it's. Microcosm of New York real estate. If very different start looking seeing what's happening now in the country Bri. So here's Colin portraying himself as a martyr exposing the real Trump to the country. I guess he was hoping to be John dean, but he the poor guy poor guys pathological. So now they've dumped they've dumped Colin Cohen's, no longer have any value. Cohen is no longer than a us. And as I mentioned earlier in the program. The Democrats have now thrown their subpoena eggs in one basket. And that's the former White House counsel. Don, mcgann. Don Mcgann in the mullahs report, supposedly said, remember, he testified for thirty hours with Muller. Don, Mcgann, the president didn't deny anybody. Their chance to talk with investigators. The president turned over documents millions of pages I'm told her million pages and whoever they wanted to talk to on a staff. Trump said, no go ahead. No problem. I don't know how they arrive at this obstruction business, but. They're saying that Mcgann. The Trump told him to fire Muller, but that Mcgann refused to fire Mueller, and that mcgann's refusal to fire Muller is what save Trump. But that Trump ordering Mcgann to fire Mueller as obstruction of Justice. And they're trying to come along. Now at make Mcgann John dean. The former White House counsel for Nixon who who turn tail and spill the beans on the Nixon White House, and enable Nixon to be forced out of office of the Democrats who cannot look forward and can't innovate. They looked at the past. They looked at her playbook in the past. They tried to bring back to life everything. That's happened. The fast Mcgann has got to become John dean. So on CNN this afternoon, they went and got Richard Benveniste who was Watergate special prosecutor, it's actually Benveniste. Now, this guy Richard Benveniste when you think of deep state when you think of administrative state when you think of the cabal of people who define the Washington establishment. This guy would be on the board of directors. This guy would be in the upper echelon of the elite of the elite in the Washington establishment. And not least because he was the Watergate special prosecutor who is credited with getting rid of Nixon. But he's also a great democrat. He's a great liberal and believe me, he is a quintessential example of the kind of people we're talking about what we describe these nameless faceless elites who run that town. So they went out and got him on unsee. Brought him in there to ask him about. Don, Mcgann, and John dean and all that ESI who star Briana Keeler is the is the CNN host. And she got the question and the ball rolling with this. Do you think that is akin to John dean testifying in nineteen Seventy-three over Watergate or having had this report come out all of these details come out for so long? Do you think that there's really not much Mcgann is going to add that will surprise us? Well, I don't know what he can add. But what he said was extraordinarily surprising and disturbing. He said that the president had told him to lie had told him that he ought to. I help get Mr. Muller fired. And then he told him to lie about that order. Right. So been Venetian not altogether. Certain because look this guy smart enough to know, he's not sitting in a media chair. He knows they can't. Relive Watergate here, they can try to make the result happen force a president out of office. But they can't relive the steps. They don't mcgann's not John dean. But the fact that Nadler and the rest of these Democrats want to turn him into John dean is what's is. What's telling but you hear the way Benveniste speaks? Well, I don't know what he can add. But what he said was extraordinarily surprising and disturbing see oil, very disturbing. It's disturbing to us who are refined and civilized and sophisticated and only drink the finest Bordeaux and only at the times of day with a certain on trae, we wouldn't be caught dead. For example, drinking burgundy as we consume are Chilean Sieben at seven thirty pm at the club as these people are and so then doing their best here to suggest that McGee. Dan holds the key to getting rid of Trump. But Muller knew this. They had a chance to say that this was instruction of Justice. And nobody did. So. That's that quick time out. We we have more. We always do and your phone calls are part of the mix coming. Rush is always at work and the never closes fifteen hours a week here..

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Michael Cohen testifies before Congress

Know Your Risk Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Ex-Congresswoman who voted to impeach Nixon: Trump firing Sessions brings back troubling memories

Democracy Now

11:56 min | 3 years ago

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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Judge Cavanaugh, Fox News and Brad Kavanagh discussed on You Auto Know

You Auto Know

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Judge Cavanaugh, Fox News and Brad Kavanagh discussed on You Auto Know

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Bob Woodward, Twitter and Mike Moss discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Bob Woodward, Twitter and Mike Moss discussed on Sean Hannity

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Analysis of Reuters interview with Trump

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:12 min | 3 years ago

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

Armstrong and Getty

07:39 min | 3 years ago

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

America's Morning News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

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

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President Trump, Don Mcgann and John Brennan discussed on Says You!

Says You!

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

President Trump, Don Mcgann and John Brennan discussed on Says You!

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Trump insists he has "nothing to hide" in Russia probe

KDWN Programming

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Trump insists he has "nothing to hide" in Russia probe

"The Trump administration is reacting to. A top White. House aides cooperation with the Russia pro there's. No reason to believe he provided anything harmful President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy, Giuliani reacts to, news White House counsel Don Mcgann was interviewed. For, as, much as thirty hours by special counsel Robert Muller's, team the New, York Times first reported on them again cooperation the president confirms it though with a tweet quote. Fake piece today implying that because White, House counsel Don Mcgann was giving hours of testimony to the, special counsel he must be John dean type rat but I allowed him in all, others to testify in quote if, anything Mcgann might have provided, insight into the firing of. James Comey, FBI, director one action where it's known Muller's looking at obstruction of Justice accusations against. The president

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Report: Don McGahn has been cooperating "extensively" in special counsel probe

Red Eye Radio

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Report: Don McGahn has been cooperating "extensively" in special counsel probe

"That the White House is Turney as cooperated extensively. With special, counsel Robert, Muller's probe ABC's Meredith McGraw is traveling with the president in New Jersey hasn't. Trump tweeted quote I allowed White House counsel Don Mcgann and all other requested members of the White House staff to fully cooperate. With special counsel the New York Times first reported that again is talking to Muller's team in an effort to avoid the same fate is. President Nixon's, attorney John dean who flipped on Nixon during Watergate was charged with obstruction of Justice and spend four. Months in prison dean responded to the news by tweeting Mcgann, is doing,

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