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Trump's intelligence chief reverses decision to halt in-person election briefings for congressional committees

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Trump's intelligence chief reverses decision to halt in-person election briefings for congressional committees

"Administration has agreed to provide in person briefings on threats to the November election. Two key members of Congress. Backing down from a a decision decision last last month month to to provide provide that that information information only only in in writing. writing. Director Director of of National National Intelligence Intelligence John John Radcliffe Radcliffe has has agreed agreed to to provide provide briefings briefings to to the the Senate Senate and and House House intelligence intelligence committees. committees. The move comes after significant pushback from Democrats and some Republicans who say the briefings are more important than ever is the 2020 presidential election approaches.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fox News Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy on Fox's Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo. I wanted him to see it firsthand. What we're up against. This is going to be a multi year recovery. And will recover that people Louisiana or Ah, we're toughest boot, but I don't want anybody to think. Well, this is just a wreck A few few leaves and we're back to normal. This is don't take a hurricane Laure is blamed for 14 deaths in Louisiana and Texas groups of pro and anti Trump protesters square off in Portland with a deadly outcome. Fox's Christina Coleman Caravan of Trump supporters with about 600 vehicles, was making its way through downtown Portland when protesters attempted to stop them by standing In the street. Trump supporters fire paintball pellets and bear spray at counter protesters as they threw things at the trump supporting caravan. The shooting happened after most of the caravan has left the downtown area around 8 30 last night. Police haven't released details on the victim or said if the gunfire was directly related to the protest, But an Associated Press freelance photographer says the victim appeared to be a white man wearing a hat bearing the insignia, a Patriot prayer, a right wing group that is frequently demonstrated. In Portland and his drawn counter protests. The president criticizing the mayor for not accepting federal law enforcement assistance. No more in person briefings with Congress on security issues. National Intelligence director John Radcliffe on Fox's Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo. I'm going to continue to keep the promises that I made. I'm going to continue to follow along, going to continue to keep Congress informed, but we've had a pandemic of Of information being leaked out of the intelligence community, and I'm going to take the measures to make sure that that stops House Democrats say the move undermines the public's right to know about national security threats..

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I mank Eric Fox News. Black lives matter, Protesters and supporters of President Trump argue in the streets of Portland supporters of the president, driving as many as six 100 vehicles through the city. China may be the greatest threat to U. S. National security and influence in the elections. National Intelligence Director John Radcliffe on Fox's Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo, China, Russia, Iran, Other actors are all Trying to interfere or influence our elections for their own for their own game, So I don't want to say this is on ly about China, but China again, someone that sees more intelligence than anyone is the greatest threat to American superiority economically militarily technologically. Radcliffe, noting China's transparency on preferring Joe Biden over President Trump in the upcoming election, citing the president's toughness on their nation. Movement in the investigation of a black woman shot and killed during a raid at her home last March. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says they now have a critical piece that could wrap up the probe into Briana Taylor's death in Louisville. We do have that ballistics report. We will be meeting with the FBI. The beginning of this upcoming week, three Louisville officers acting on a no knock warrant fired into Taylor's apartment, killing her. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who represents Taylor's family, says misinformation given to the family early on has fueled skepticism. So you have to forgive them for not trust in any law enforcement officials right now. Both appeared on CBS Face the Nation on Lee, one of the officers involved has been fired..

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Were there for you uncovering the stories that shape the race tracking the candidates on the moments that matter most, because this election will decide the fate of our nation and the future of the world. Democracy 2020. It's in your hands. Fox News America is watching. Director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe is scaling back in person election security briefings. On Friday, the director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe, sent a letter saying that election interference briefings would primarily come in writing rather than in person, He says it's because of leaks to the press. And he wants to make sure the information is not misunderstood nor politicized Quote. It will also better protect our sources and methods and most sensitive intelligence from additional unauthorized disclosures or me. Issues. It's a decision. President Trump agrees with the Republican terror of the Senate Intel committee urged director Radcliffe to continue to fulfill his obligations to Congress, but also said in a statement. This situation we now face is due in no small part to the willingness of some to commit federal crimes for the purpose of advancing their electoral aims boxes. Lauren Blanchard No progress on another Corona virus Relief bill, the White House and congressional Democrats about a trillion dollars apart on a deal. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on NBC's Meet the Press talking about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Here's The problem is, she puts forth a number suggests that she came down and yet she's willing to turn down $1.3 trillion Of help that goes to the American people because she would rather them have nothing then to give way. The virus is blamed for more than 180 deaths in the United States. Remote learning not an option for many worldwide, the UN's Children's agency saying at least one third of students impacted by Corona virus. School closures have bean unable to access remote learning UNICEF saying nearly 1.5 billion Children around the world have been affected by shutdowns on the hundreds of millions of missed out on classes, whether online or on radio or TV. Children in Africa were hardest hit. UNICEF warning The repercussions may be felt for.

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Schiff: House could subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election interference

Texas Financial Advisory Show

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Schiff: House could subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election interference

"U. S intelligence officials could be subpoenaed. I'm Ham Crusoe. Fox News. That's according the House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff, who is furious that the director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe, has decided to no longer provide in person briefings on election security. With the presidential contest a couple of months away. Radcliffe tails Fox's Sunday Morning futures. I'm going to continue to keep the promises that I made. I'm going to continue to follow the law. I'm going to continue to keep Congress informed. But we've had a pandemic of of information being leaked out of the intelligence community, and I'm going to take the measures to make sure that that stops instead of in person briefings. Written UPDATES will be provided to Congress Earlier this month. Top Intel officials said. China, Russia and Iran are trying to interfere in this year's election.

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Office of National Intelligence to stop in-person election security briefings to Congress

WBZ Morning News

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Office of National Intelligence to stop in-person election security briefings to Congress

"Director, John Racked, Let's decision to no longer give in person election security briefings on Capitol Hill. And the president firing right back ABC Rachel Scott in Washington, the nation's top intelligence officials telling Congress, the policy change will help ensure intelligence is not misunderstood or politicized. President Trump backing the move coming to the defense of his new national intelligence director, John Radcliffe, and accusing Democrats of sharing classified information tweeting. He's deranged, low lives like the Russia Russia Russia narrative. Plays better for them. It appears some lawmakers will still be briefed. Others won't and it split right down party lines. Here's ABC struck Sivertsen, the new head of National intelligence, John Radcliffe writes that stopping in person briefings and switching to written reports will make sure the info isn't misunderstood nor politicized. Then Senator Marco Rubio, in a statement accuse Democrats of leaking briefing details for political advantage. Rubio, a Florida Republican, added that the intelligence director tells him he'll continue in person briefing of the Republican leads. Senate Intelligence Committee, but presumably not the Democratic led House. Intel panel President Trump said his administration got tired of the sensitive election security information leaking on Capitol Hill. Positive numbers remaining low in

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Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

WBZ Morning News

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

"In person intelligence briefings on election security for members of Congress. Discontinued the reason previous leaks to the news media. Here's NBC's Chuck Secrets written reports, not in person briefings will make sure info isn't misunderstood nor politicized, says head of National intelligence John Radcliffe. After accusing Democrats of leaks to score political points, Republican Senator Marco Rubio announced the intelligence director tells him he'll continue in person briefing of the Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee Joe Biden and a statement calling the decision's a shameless partisan manipulation. To protect the personal interests of President Trump's Senate intelligence vice chairman, Democrat Mark Warner, calling the decision to stop in person briefings and unprecedented attempt to politicize an issue protecting our democracy from foreign intervention that should be nonpartisan.

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Democrats Decry Intel Chief's Move to End Election Briefings

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Decry Intel Chief's Move to End Election Briefings

"Election. Leading Democrats have reacted angrily to a decision by the nation's top intelligence office to stop face to face briefings on security and foreign interference in the vote. Chels. Havilland reports. The National Intelligence Chief, John Radcliffe has announced that his office will now supply written reports on election security and foreign interference, not face to face briefings. He said this would prevent the subject matter being politicized. The House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and the Democratic head of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, have both reacted furiously. They accused the intelligence Office of betraying the public's right to know how foreign powers were, as they put it, trying to subvert our democracy. Three weeks ago, Mr Radcliffe's office itself, said Russia, China and Iran We're all trying to influence the outcome of the November vote. Opposition groups in

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Pelosi: Cancellation of Election Security Briefings a 'Shocking Abdication' of 'Responsibility'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pelosi: Cancellation of Election Security Briefings a 'Shocking Abdication' of 'Responsibility'

"The Trump Administration intelligence chief plans to stop in person briefings for key members of Congress about possible foreign election interference threats. In a letter to lawmakers director John Radcliffe wrote. I believe this approach helps ensure to the maximum extent possible that the information odni provides. The Congress is not misunderstood nor politicized. House Democrats called it a shocking abdication of its lawful responsibility with intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff tweeting. The administration clearly does not One Congress or the country. Informed of what Russia is dealing correspondent Nicole Killian. This is CBS News.

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Adam Schiff Slams Director of National Intelligence for Canceling Election Security Briefings

NPR News Now

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Adam Schiff Slams Director of National Intelligence for Canceling Election Security Briefings

"Democratic leaders in Congress are criticizing the trump administration's decision to suspend in-person intelligence briefings on election security national intelligence director, John Radcliffe says, he will continue to provide written reports to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi and intelligence committee. Chairman Adam Schiff issued a statement that the American. People have built the right and the need to know that another nation Russia is trying to help decide who their president should be.

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Intelligence office says it will cease in-person briefings on election security to Congress

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Intelligence office says it will cease in-person briefings on election security to Congress

"The national security director has announced a big change in election security briefings. With 66 days to go until Election Day, CBS News has learned. The office of the director of national intelligence will no longer breathe members of Congress in person about election security. And will instead do it in writing. In a letter to lawmakers director John Radcliffe wrote. I believe this approach helps ensure to the maximum extent possible that the information OD and I provides, the Congress is not misunderstood nor politicized. House Democrats called it a shocking abdication of its lawful responsibility with intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff tweeting. The administration clearly does not want Congress or the country informed of what Russia is doing.

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US intelligence to stop in-person election briefings to Congress

All Things Considered

00:21 sec | 3 weeks ago

US intelligence to stop in-person election briefings to Congress

"All in person. Election security briefings to Congress have been canceled by the Trump Administration. National Intelligence Director John Radcliffe sent letters to Congress today, telling lawmakers that they will now on ly get written updates to ensure the information is quote not misunderstood nor politicized. Independent Senator Angus King called the change and

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Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

"Word that they will no longer be briefed in person about election security. CBS News Intelligence reporter Olivia Gaza's has Morano deny official told CBS News. The change was being made out of concern over leaks that resulted from prior congressional briefings. And in an effort to protect sensitive intelligence officials said. The director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe, ordered the change.

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Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther announces run for Texas Senate seat

This Week In Texas

00:26 sec | Last month

Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther announces run for Texas Senate seat

"News reports. Dallas Salon owner Shelly Luther, You may remember that she served jail time for defying pandemic closure orders. Well, now he's running for the Texas State Senate. Luther defied governor have its orders made headlines nationwide by opening during the pandemic eventually Do a little jail time for her actions. We'll now she's running for the Texas Senate district 30 seat. That seat is being vacated by Pat Fallon, who has been picked to replace John Radcliffe in Texas is fourth congressional district.

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Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther announces run for Texas Senate

Clark Howard

00:29 sec | Last month

Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther announces run for Texas Senate

"Dallas Morning News is reporting that Dallas Salon owner Shelly Luther, who served a week in jail for defying closure orders, is running for the Texas State Senate. Luther defied Governor Abbot's orders and made headlines nationwide by opening her salon during the pandemic. She eventually served a week in jail for her actions. Luther's running for the Texas Senate district, 30 seat, the seat being vacated Vopat Fallon, who has been picked to replace John Radcliffe. In Texas is fourth congressional district.

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Trump, top officials defend response to Russia bounty threat

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Trump, top officials defend response to Russia bounty threat

"Congressional leaders from both parties are expected to be briefed today on the Russian military bounty reports intelligence officials including C. H. chief Gina Haspel and the director of national intelligence John Radcliffe will hold a classified meeting on Capitol Hill lawmakers are pressing the White House for more answers about assessments Russia offered a bounty for the deaths of US troops in Afghanistan president trump on fox business network's the claimant count down called it a hoax this didn't rise to the occasion and said the intelligence community didn't appear to believe the reports secretary of state Mike Pompeii said we took this seriously we handle it appropriately the White House says the assessments were unverified so the president wasn't told but intelligence officials have told the Associated Press president trump was briefed on the matter Jackie Quinn Washington

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Trump denies knowing about allegations of Russian bounties

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Trump denies knowing about allegations of Russian bounties

"Madeleine brand. It is the age old Washington question. What did the president know? And when did he know it? Theus Associated Press reports The White House knew more than a year ago that Russia offered bounties to Taliban link forces to kill coalition troops in Afghanistan. And The New York Times first reported yesterday that President Trump received a written briefing in late February on the matter, say Director Gina Hospital and director of National Intelligence. John Radcliffe criticized leaks to the media. But they didn't address the facts in the stories. President Trump says he never heard about it and claims it could be a hoax. Republican lawmakers went to the White House for a briefing yesterday. And today, Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney did not mince words. I want to be absolutely clear that America's adversaries should know and they should have no doubt. That any targeting of U. S forces by Russians by anyone else will face a very swift and deadly response. Democrats received their own briefing today. Adam Schiff, Burbank congressmen and chair of the House Intelligence Committee says he doesn't know why the president hasn't said he will get to the bottom of this. I do not understand for a moment why the president isn't saying this to the American people right now and is relying on? I don't know. I haven't heard. I haven't been briefed. That's just

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President, New York Times And Trump discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

President, New York Times And Trump discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"A New York Times report that he's known about Russia putting a bounty on U. S troops in Afghanistan since March, NPR's Mara Liasson reports the president tweeted that he was never briefed about the bounty. His new director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe, also denied that the president or vice president had been briefed. But neither Trump nor Radcliffe is denying that the bounty exists. In his tweet. The president called the story another New York Times hit job and said quote there have not been many attacks on us in Afghanistan. Trump hasn't said whether or how he plans to respond to the Russian action Now that he does know about it. Mara

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Senate speeds up confirmation vote for intelligence director

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Senate speeds up confirmation vote for intelligence director

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Senate is set to vote on the nomination of John Radcliffe to head the U. S. intelligence community a confirmation vote on the nomination of representative John Ratcliffe to be director of national intelligence has been fast tracked in the Senate the voters coming Thursday Radcliffe who sits on the house intelligence judiciary and ethics committees was a member of president Donald trump's impeachment advisory team last fall while Senate Democrats are expected to vote against Radcliffe however with members of both parties wanting a Senate confirmed nominee on the job Democrats are not objecting to a quick vote before senators leave town the Senate will not be in session next week Mike Rossio Washington

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"There also John Radcliffe is going through his nomination process is D. N. I. he should be getting a vote next week in committee and then out to the general population of the Senate and the letter states get angry the president is not only you know just giving states a blank check meanwhile one of the big stories we had previous there was this hair cutter in Dallas who refused to stay close opened up they told her he has a restraining order clothes she said now the bird accord she said the judge said I'll find you keep out of jail just apologize to yourself as you said now a lot of people weighing in on that first of body writes music just search this on the internet not one mainstream media outlet CNN MSNBC ABC and NBC have even covered it it's outrageous others have written me and talked about different tours and things like that but Cathy writes in the hair cuttery issue she says this pencil there's a Pennsylvania center getting a hair cut well the Pennsylvania barbers and hair salons are not allowed to open we see this over and over again what about Illinois what about all these other people to get their hair cut ten are going to be each in the case of this London expert having a affair in the side will testing positive the corona virus going to a now deleted Instagram posting a picture from press secretary of penciling center J. Coster Britney Quincy and the center received a hair cut from her she could be seen on the internet if you do a search on her name so that's part of the double standard tries people crazy another hair salon because email John writes me and says you're on the spot this ridiculous putting her in jail what is Texas the new China good I'm in Missouri just keep in mind Texas is pushing to open their it there's somewhat of a risk there in rural areas especially salons.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WTOP

"Of national intelligence John Radcliffe testified before the Senate intelligence committee today our capitol hill correspondent Michelle Miller reports a number of concerns about Radcliffe's background have been addressed all rack claims nomination as you'll recall was originally pulled after it was announced last year by president trump and today the vice chair of the Senate intelligence committee Virginia senator mark Warner told Radcliffe he still has lots of questions about his qualifications Warner says he remains concerned about what he says is reckless and experience partisanship and suggestions he may have embellished his resume Radcliffe under some tough questioning pledge to tell truth to power to the president not to alter intelligence to please him Democrats remain skeptical but Republicans including the panel's chairman Richard Burr indicated support for Radcliffe who has served on the house intelligence committee reckless was also asked whether he believed a lab in Wuhan China may have led to the outbreak of covert nineteen he said he had not noting he'll be still laser focused on trying to find out exactly what happened Mitchell Miller there on Capitol Hill legislators were wearing masks and distancing during today's hearings absentee voters in Virginia will not need a witness signature for the ballot in the June twenty third primary a federal judge in Lynchburg Lynchburg I should say approved a settlement today to a suit brought by the league of women voters social distancing concerns due to the pandemic prompted that suit Virginians voting absentee normally most open market refilled their ballot in front of a witness and then have that witness sign the ballot envelope but now you may return your absentee ballot without a witness signature if you believe you cannot safely have a witness present some Virginia towns are rescheduling their municipal elections because of the pandemic state Supreme Court is allowing love it's Phil Middleburg and Purcellville to move their election to June fourth it's allowing Hamilton round hill to move dares to may nineteenth election bosses in Loudon county encourage voters to cast absentee ballots anyone may choose the reason there is a choice to weigh my disability or illness for absentee voting due to the covered nineteen pandemic a well known maker of vaping products is reportedly moving to the DC area a district official apparently not happy about having Juul labs as a neighbor in a joint statement today many were decidedly not excited about its planned move from San Francisco DC council member Charles Allen says the jewelers big tobacco and is moving to the area to head off legislation designed to stop its products another councilmember Mary Cheh pointed out the DC is suing jewel for creating a public health crisis Jewell is accused of marketing it's nicotine vaping products to kids eight forty three we are in the final hours of single.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hotel John Radcliffe nominated by president trump to be the next director of national intelligence the Texas Republican withdrew his name from being chosen for that position back in August after facing intense media scrutiny house speaker Nancy Pelosi meanwhile in a statement saying we call upon the Senate to remember that they take an oath to protect America not the president and vote against his nomination what a week on Wall Street the Dow Jones and the S. and P. five hundred each falling more than ten percent the World Wide corona virus outbreak behind a massive selloff mark Zandi is the chief economist with moody's analytics he says investors are right to be concerned and fearful but sandy also says that history shows the American economy will bounce back about the situation overseas in Europe is in much worse shape so didn't take very long in a you know to come to some pretty dark scenarios and me and maybe it's an overreaction but there is a probability that things go off the rails here I think that's what people are saying when they're selling the stocks so it's fundamentally what's going on here is rational the Dow ended the week down fourteen percent overall from a record high sh with the potential impact of the corona virus on everyone's mind these days the archdiocese of Boston is now taking preventive steps this weekend during religious activities here's WBZ's dot help archdiocese officials say they are reassured by public health officials who say the U. S. is at low risk but they are taking preventative steps just in case holy water fonts will be drained and cleaned on a regular basis the sign of peace will be exchanged during mass but instead of a handshake there will be no physical contact perhaps a bow to the person next to you distribution of the precious blood to wine is suspended for now the archdiocese says they are continuing to monitor all available information and guidance about the cove it nineteen virus don't cope WBZ Boston news radio thank you to horses are being treated at the MSPCA Nevins farm after the animals were rescued from terrible conditions in Ludlow more details from WBZ's Karen regal it's astonishing to hear a man with forty years experience a rescuing two wars since in Ludlow is the worst case of animal neglect he's ever seen but that's what Roger let's say the manager equine rescue and training at Nevins farm told me about two wars is secure and tia rescued that.

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Judiciary panel takes first steps toward impeachment vote

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Judiciary panel takes first steps toward impeachment vote

"House Judiciary Committee chairman Gerald Nadler says the charges reflect what he says is president trump's placement of his private political interests above our national security above our free and fair elections and above our ability to hold public officials accountable trump is accused of trying to get you crane to announce investigations that could politically damage former vice president Joe Biden Texas Republican John Radcliffe says the charges are confusing we are marking up articles of impeachment for offenses that aren't crimes that some members of Congress have never heard of before much less know what it means the committee is expected to vote on the articles Thursday to McGuire Washington

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Karlan: "Only kings say 'us' when they mean 'me'"

KYW 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Karlan: "Only kings say 'us' when they mean 'me'"

"Stanford's Pamela Carlin said no one is above the law when the president said do us a favor he was using the royal we there it wasn't a favor for the United States he should have said do me a favor because only king say office when they mean me Harvard's Noah Feldman I believe the framers what identify president trump's conduct as exactly the kind of abuse of office high crime and misdemeanor that they were worried about and they would want the house of representatives to take appropriate action Texas Republican John Radcliffe question G. W. law school professor and CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley who insisted Democrats have not proven their case our summarize your your testimony no bribery no extortion no obstruction of justice no abuse of power is that fair not on this record CBS news special report on Pam

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Me congressman John Radcliffe he has the money question take a listen to this so in this impeachment hearing today where we impeach presidents for treason or bribery or other high crimes where is the impeachable offense in that call are either of you here today to assert there was an impeachable offense in that call she shouted out anyone no one said anything that they even Adam Schiff would say or something like that nothing now that I know that they were angry at trump's policy that's what it was was a policy difference they will left out of the loop they went trump used your regular channels to use their words and not the regular channels meeting them and that's why they they just felt he Hey what about me they were met and that that's why we're having this a little here the sham hearing farce this lynching that's going on in Washington we will delve more into this with the great bill O. Reilly coming up in about fifteen minutes twenty minutes everybody loves bill or while he's the best part of the week that's coming up also take up the ground congradulations New York Mets daughter does it again big night put Garth Brooks at the country music awards last night and a big night for me I think one way we've got the audio from channel five this morning on a great night from a monitise Medical Center all that and more coming right up on Bernie and said American original radio seventy seven WABC dot com for we get to the line as well as Alice audio from channel five this morning current up Mike woods well he was an amazing night last night pick one way the second time I've attended the on a last night of hosting the event doctor punctured Borgen made me cry he's depressed and colleges in the country bottom line folks the best in the country called me up and thank me which is ridiculous and actually take me cry he was great has she organ bound to rific Michael bring **** was great the DJ the the DMC ever got its name Steven and he was terrific and then the only celebrity friends that really made a special night tells of a bold trust me one of the mail S. cancer survivors suddenly the of the lovely ladies from the real housewives of New Jersey Delores contain your Margaret Joseph's it even video from.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"John Radcliffe destroyed this witness there's no quid pro quo in addition it continues to be alarming to me the lack of the understanding of the state department by the bureaucracy there about how much do you cranium is were involved opposing Donald Trump as a candidate okay so you know that we're not going to know any of this until the actual testimony is released we had this before where Democrats would go behind closed doors or another hearing and then they would say all my god can you believe what this person said it was cool rainy using we certainly have company behind this time and the Republicans are content on that big a deal and then the Miller park comes out turns out more in whenever Kratzer doing the same routine here publicans for their part they're angry about this they're saying well why can't we just release all these depositions publicly is there a reason why we have to do all this behind closed doors are Republicans showed up to protest outside of the clothes that deposition yesterday according to The New York Times about two dozen house Republicans chanting let us and let us in storm the secure room where a defense department official arrived Wednesday morning to testify in the impeachment inquiry refusing to leave delaying her testimony for hours the lawmakers according to The New York Times said they were protesting the closed doors natures of the proceedings which have been open to members of both parties on the committees I love having your times throws that in there that's not the complaint the complaint is not that there are Republicans in there the complaint is the entire house is not privy to any of the documents that the entire house not privy to any of this information the public is not privy to this information and the secretive nature of what's being pursued accompanied by the widespread selective leaks by Adam chefs are deeply disquieting if you want to trust the process don't get to the Republican objections in just one second they're very heated about all this plus you can see why president trump is so ticked about so much of this New York.

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"John Radcliffe is staying on Capitol Hill Radcliffe took his name out of the running to replace Dan coats is director of national intelligence Democrats Allred because potential nomination as purely political and even some Senate Republicans were unto the act on into the Aztec about him to this news has learned that as of last night the president had no indication there was any problem with this nomination until Rachael called him this morning saying he wanted to withdraw that he wasn't expecting a confirmation fight especially among Republicans how we've also learned that represented will herds decision not to seek reelection creating another Republican house vacancy also played into this decision that's correspondent Paula read or heard the sole black Republican lawmakers in the house and also from Texas lay Radcliffe announced yesterday that he will not seek reelection next year the president says he's considering three other people for his now open Dee and I post CBS news update on math paper WB will news time six forty one as of today a landmark arms control treaty that president Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev signed three decades ago is officially dead the United States and Russia have both walked away from the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty Washington blames Moscow saying it's been violating the treaty for years to L. thing and fielding weapons that threaten the US and its allies particularly in Europe Russia blames the trump administration saying it's destroying all international agreements that do not suit them if the two sides choose not to extend the replaced a larger new start treaty when it expires in a year and a half there will be no legally binding limits on the world's two largest nuclear arsenals for the first time in nearly half a century Ben Thomas Washington the July jobs report is our government says employers added one hundred sixty four thousand jobs last month business analyst Jill Schlesinger says the trade war and fed action could affect things in the months ahead if a business feels on certain and feels that there could be additional terrorist down the line or that rates could increase they may put their plans of hiring on hold they just want there to be a pathway forward to make their plans the unemployment rate held steady in July at three point seven percent Steve K. fence CBS news the nation's doctors say the overdose death rate in big cities and now surpass the rate in ruling the drug abuse epidemic plays out differently in various parts of the country shifting from rural areas to cities now a CDC report finds the trend reversal is largely because opioid pain pill abuse drove it for years but more users moved on to heroin and Sentinel it may have meant that certain city for doing the most that they could to address this crisis but Dr Sheila the carrier of the drug policy alliance does note that D. deaths nationwide did fall about five percent in twenty eighteen going on CBS.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The tweet from the president about John Radcliffe just coming across this is from the president's certified Twitter account it says our great Republican congressman John Radcliffe from heath Texas former mayor is being treated very unfairly by the lame stream media the end result is John Radcliffe has decided to stay in Congress and not take a nomination to become the director of national intelligence the president's tweet ended by saying that if he would be name mean that are coming up with a nomination soon for the job of the I'd but again John Radcliffe whose name had been brought up by the president in a tweet about becoming the man to replace Dan coats is director of national intelligence is not going to accept the nomination of third Texas Republican has decided against running for reelection next year of and this time it's in will heard from San Antonio major Garrett with CBS news joins us for every member of Congress who I've ever met and I've been covering Congress off and on since nineteen ninety this is always a deeply personal decision sometimes it's reflective of a general mood in the country are the prospects of a party I want to ask will hurt is is just about you or do you think they're a trend lines either things about the trump era in Republican politics that leave you so uncomfortable was it the president's decision to elevate one of his colleagues John Radcliffe to the head of director of national intelligence estimate some Republicans and many Democrats are wondering if what his qualifications will hurt I hope we'll have a very informed point of view on that having served as a field operative for the CIA for many many years maybe doesn't think John rack of is the best choice and that his advocacy for the presidency and Donald Trump in particular was his only qualification maybes ups about that who knows but it's a bad sign for house Republicans that they're only African American one who had won and won repeatedly in swing districts meaning he showed not only a political tenacity but a political ability to talk across party lines and hold seats that are difficult for the party to hold is gone that means when you look at all the totality of house Republicans retiring not seeking reelection very very hard for the Republicans to regain control of the house and will heard maybe a signal that not only is that not going to happen but things may get worse before they get better you know will hurt and better will Rourke made headlines nationally by doing a road trip if you yeah so and face timing it and putting it on social media is that right describing how you can have these conversations in a place where there is a good deal of partisan rivalry Texas is and yet we constituents learn about each other learn about the process and to work through it together both a benefit I think would be better probably got at least within that text and raise a little bit more positive play out of that and the president at the Cincinnati rally going after for the Democrats but also noting that the Democrats were going after brown former president Obama not him sure and that's to be expected and the the president looks at and the river reelection campaign looks at the democratic debate stages and sees three things I economic on awareness meeting you just simply can't understand how the economy is approved under the president's leadership and there is a very strong statistical case the Republicans can make the things are on a trend line better than they were then during the Obama administration yes they got better during the Obama administration but wages and business investment and unemployment all better that's one thing the president sees plus he sees what he considers to be open borders just nothing serious about controlling the border and what he would argue is a complete government takeover of private insurance all health care in America I would say if the top reelection campaign pinpoints three things it hears repeatedly on the democratic debate stage it's those three and feels pretty good about taking those differences to the country major Garrett will be hosting face the nation this Sunday still to come on KRLD the firefighter study and the risk of cancer that story's next.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Going to get to the bottom of how nerve. Are you about the? I'm always about the I guess, but I mean, they're coming in after the fact to look at what we did when we were trying to do it in real time. And having the having the pressure to try to deal with these threats as they were coming. I look I've had a great relationship with the office of the inspector general the department of Justice for literally decades now I've been investigated in matters that I've worked on have been investigated many times by the inspector general. It's not a pleasant process. It is not all right. Twenty five now til the top of the hour that was Lindsey Graham, and I want to give me all the documents related meeting with Christopher Steele. And now, the John Solomon story that we have been breaking now for the last week that in fact, this woman that worked at the State Department Kathleen cavalier had met with Christopher Steele on a couple of occasions, and she wrote down the specifics of that meeting, and this was all sent to the FBI all sent to the department of Justice all about Christopher Steele was. That he had a political agenda and a deadline, and it was still the bulk of information that was used from the Hillary Russian dossier that even the New York Times now believes could have been this information Russian disinformation from the beginning. They did it. Anyway, now that's on top of the closed door testimony of NAT we now know, Bruce or who warned everybody also in August of twenty sixteen Hillary paper, it still hated Trump is not verified and Lindsey then talking about trying to declassify document that shows the Steele dossier verification what we know it's unverified document because still doesn't stand behind the his own document that of course, that was the general counsel the last cut of James Baker and testimony. He gave you I'm always nervous about the I g report. Well, I think he should be. Now, the department of Justice inspector general is apparently homing in on the FBI use of this unverified Steele dossier as the Volk of information to us to get. The FIS awards. Remember McCain said, no Fiso, though, dossier, no application and with us. Now somebody who knows awful lot about this box. News contributor, former congressman congressman from Utah Jason shape. It's with us. He's the author of the book, the deep state now, I know, you know, Horowitz, I know you've dealt with our wits I'm not trying to be insulting in any way. But he does take an awful lot of time considering six hundred people working for him to get the information out. I give them credit. He's the one that found the page and struck a text messages. No help from Robert Muller, by the way, who could have had it all then clean their phones. But, you know, the inspector general, well, where do you think we are with as it relates to this investigation into abuse? Well, thanks, you know, one of the reasons it takes a long as they don't get the internal cooperation from the Federal Bureau of investigation. Remember Horwood had actually go to the Pentagon to write code to actually go decipher the text messages, which now revealed lit. Literally thousands of text messages between straw, contagion others. So that those types of gyrations in writing code with the Pentagon to get into the system itself is what he's up against the other thing. I would note that people forget about the already published. I g report documents and details how F B I personnel were accepting gifts tickets meal from the media in order to get these stories out there implanted net seems to be to street, and I think we'll be a big part of this five abuse in that story of how these F B I personnel were inappropriately interacted with the media and accepting gifts. How is it? If it's an unverified document as I suggested is because Christopher Steele. When under oath in an interrogatory, Great Britain under the threat of perjury when he was pushed on the dossier set. I don't have any idea of any of it's true. It's it's raw intelligence. I don't know. Maybe fifty fifty. But then if you go to the newness memo the Grassley grand memo they. Say the bulk of the applications where the dossier now, we know two separate instances this State Department employee by the name of Catholic had warned everybody after meeting which the oh that he was on a political witch hunt against Donald Trump pretty much, and then the or closed door testimony, but they use it anyway. So wouldn't that be a conspiracy to commit fraud on a court, and you add on top of that, Sean John Radcliffe, the congressman from Texas who is on until he is on the House Judiciary committee. He's one of two people that I know of that his fully read the unredacted five applications and one of the things he said publicly is at the very top. It says verified all capital verified application that is just a flat out lie from everything that we know all the documents that are starting to flow out now. And and you're right. You highlighted the fact that if there was no doctor there was no five application, and so I the other name that I think we should throw out there sky Marc Elias, Mark Elias in the middle of he worked for Hillary Clinton. He worked for the. DNC fixer their attorney and the guy sits in the middle of all this. And I think at the name we're gonna hear more of in the future. Okay. What about other people? But you know, this is really important because a year ago may one year ago this month rod Rosenstein was on a panel. And this is what he said about a affidavit in a Fiso application and a warrant listen offering the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have missile evidence credible. Witnesses repair to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. There's a lot of talk about FIFA applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what that application actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to search warrant you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears that the information. The David is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. If it's wrong. Sometimes it is if you find out anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences that person is going to face consequences. Now, we know Komi signed one of the FIS applications the first one is that correct? And we know that Sally Yates and Boyne signed FIS. Warren's is that correct? I'm not sure of all the signatures on there. But these are some really high ranking people the last application the third renewal. The fourth warrant was signed by rod Rosenstein himself. Was it not? Well, that's why I think Rosenstein. Yeah. I on the one hand I wanna Pat him on the back for service, but on the other hand, the guy had conflict, and how did he signed the document any cursory look at this? And they know that the steel dock day deal with somebody dip the already put on a list and somebody they wouldn't do business with and yet they use this dossier. Well to me, congressman what would happen. If I committed a fraud on the court what if anybody in the audience knowingly presented information it wasn't verified. And I didn't know that until you had told me last week that the word verify. Fide is at the very top of this whole thing. Well, we would make arrangements. Fear wife to visit you on some Saturdays in the penitentiary, Sean, and maybe send you some letters. But you'd be locked away in jail, and you should be if you had done that. Okay. So we expect the Cording to the attorney general. This is what we have going on the attorney general made it clear to Lindsey Graham that he's looking into the investigation into Hillary, which even struck him page, you're saying was rigged, and they will part of the rigging themselves, but they're actually putting the blame right in the office of the attorney general under Obama, which would be Loretta Lynch. Then of course, we've got these files award applications than we've got other spying going on vis-a-vis, Stefan helper going after page and popadopoulos and Sam Clovis and bringing in blonde. Flirtatious bombshell spies with him is that legal to allow that to happen. And do you believe there's a possibility that our intelligence community, not the rank and file ninety nine percent? That are good. But maybe the Clapper's and the Brennan's of this world may be outsourced. Some. Mhm work to our allies because it's illegal for them to do it themselves to spy on Americans. I'm glad you brought that up because I really do think this story will go to Clapper and Brennan themselves. They have been so Taneja and try to fight this back. I think they're playing defense. I think they're projecting. The fact that they potentially could have been heavily involved in. Why did a lot of this happened overseas? They didn't think Hillary Clinton was gonna win and be they thought they could hide it better over there. The inspector general report can only focus on department of Justice assets. But they've got to be working with the inspector general within the ICS called the intelligence community to also cover this. And that's why you'll also get the cooperation of the State Department. I've met with people say every time he may with them. They take notes. So I do believe that John story to be very true. I agree. We'll take a break. More with the former congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah. Now, a Fox News contributor and Hannity Fillon, which by the way, I am I hear you're doing so good. I might be out of a job by Tuesday. But. Whatever they still have to pay. I I think you're pretty you're pretty safe. All right. Stay right there. Hey, according to a recent study global mail wear volume has risen for the third straight year. Get this it now is reach two hundred and six point four million tax in twenty eighteen alone. That is an eleven percent increase year over year and the levels of ransomware hitting the US specifically increased significantly as well hackers and now shifting their approach swift switching the scripts and those things that hide ransomware in attach PDF documents..

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Show and more calls for our guest. George popadopoulos deep state target. I from the book may twenty sixteen. Kensington wine rooms in London, you meet with Australian diplomat Andrew down or did you tell him that the Russians had damaging the KIRO related to Hillary Clinton? I'm so happy that you brought up Alexander Downer. Because that's this. This is a very interesting guide. Alexander Downer for everybody listening was a was the basically the secretary of state of Australia for fifteen years, and he ran the equivalent of the CIA of Australia for ten years. He also just happens to be the top Clinton ally in Australia, and he while he was in government there donated twenty five million dollars of Australia's money to the Clinton foundation. So just kind of understands who this person is the old story in the fake story was that Alexander Downer. And I randomly met in a bar, and I was discussing hack emails or something along those lines with this person. And then he notified the FBI that never happened. And here's an here's the proof a couple months ago. I testified in front of the house oversight committee in front of congressman, Mark meadows, and John Radcliffe. And my testimony has actually just been released a couple of days ago. So everybody can go through it if they want and during this testimony named Alexander Downer was brought up and he wasn't brought up in the sense that he was a friendly diplomats passing along concerning information that I possibly present to him. But that he was actually spying on me. And this is actually one of the key scandals of this entire investigation that I discuss in my book, and and that's part of the information that the president is now wanting to declassify that foreign governments, including the Australian and the British were working in tandem with corrupt FBI officials under the Obama administration to do two things to spy on the Trump campaign and then to sabotage the Trump campaign, and that's exactly what this individual dead. He lied about our meeting, and apparently this was some sort of cover story. The FBI under Tim Komi us to continue their investigation after the dossier went nowhere. Here's a call from Michael in Virginia Beach Virginia for George popadopoulos. Good evening, Michael good evening. Jim you're right on it. Again. I'm billion press with Mr. popadopoulos every time I've seen in over the past year, or so he's impressed me as a man who is very forthcoming and am very sincere. So I would like to ask him about how we ensure in the future that we are not fun duly influence by foreign governments in political campaigns. I'll just doing example of what is certainly about the campaign as soon as he became the presumptive nominee. He ran down to Mexico had a secret meeting with the. Head of Mexico. No American translators were there he has had many meetings since then that follow that pattern where the no American says ladies there. Why can't we with three months absolutely election tonight to transition? Why can't we hold off on a running down trying to make deals with a foreign governments? When only candidates running for office. All right. Any thoughts that you have for Michael? Well, I don't think candidate Trump was doing any deals when he was going to Mexico. In fact, what the candidate was doing was something that basically every candidate for president of the United States does. And that's go around the world and attend meetings with foreign heads of states in order to basically build relationships with them. Should they end up? Becoming the president of the United States that they would already, you know, have a working relationship that would continue into the new administration. So that's what I would say about that. And in fact, one of the meetings have candidate Trump did have with a foreign head of state. I was responsible for arranging and that was what the president of Egypt. So the logic behind him sitting down with the president of Egypt joined the UN wants them to do any deals or or what for his own private business? But it was really for him to have a private meeting with a nother very important US ally or country like Mexico or Egypt and basically showcase to the American public that should he be elected president. He will be able to coordinate and collaborate and have a productive relationship with these countries, and I will make one last point on this every four years. The most highly watched event in the world is not the world. Copper the Olympics. It's the presidential campaign season. There were always be friends and foes of America trying to gain an advantage and try to interfere in this particular process. And unfortunately, what we saw in twenty sixteen was that likely the Russians interfered to some extent, but also allied governments of America interfered, and those countries I detail in my book, and they're actually a big part of a lot of the information that the president will likely be declared declassifying soon more to come back in a moment as.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And i'm gary mcnamara thanks so much for being here this morning you know in the eric in the peter struck a hearing yesterday i thought one of the good moments was when you had representative john radcliffe in his line of questioning because it it it sort of mirrors what we had said earlier on the show of which goes to the point of in any investigation and when you get to the actual trial you know what does the public believe what does the jury believe do you come across as somebody who is telling us the truth are you being are you being a vase of is your story believable and this is part of the back and forth that went on between them i heard you say similar things last week i heard you say similar things today you said it very clearly said it very unequivocally in your opening remarks that she never crossed that inviolable line in twenty six years earlier today in response to a question you said i took my personal belief out of every official action so you're asking us to believe that when you say things like f trump and stop trump and impeach trump that those are just personal beliefs and when you say those things you never cross that line that bright inviolable line at allowed to impact your official conduct that's really what this comes down to that you're asking us to believe isn't it sir i'm asking you to believe that i'm offering you evidence yeah jerry interesting million found that there's been no yeah anywhere you have under oath been as clear as a bell on that you've said it over and over again and and because of that i'm almost embarrassed to ask you this question of the approximately fifty thousand text messages that i've seen with your personal beliefs like trump stop trump impeach trump go ahead and confirm on the record that none of that occurred on an official fbi device or unofficial fbi time go and do that sir no they did many of them did they do so so so so what you really meant to say was that when you said you never crossed that bright inviolable line what you meant to say was except for fifty thousand times except for hundreds of times of day where i went back and forth expressing my personal opinions about effing trump and stopping trump and.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In the peter struck a hearing yesterday i thought one of the good moments was when you had representative john radcliffe in his line of questioning all right because it it it sort of mirrors what we had said earlier on the show which goes to the point of in any investigation and when you get to the actual trial what does the public believe what does the jury believe do you come across as somebody who is telling us the truth are you being are you being a vase of is your story believable and this is part of the back and forth that went on between them and i heard you say similar things last week i heard you say similar things today you said it very clearly said it very unequivocally in your opening remarks that she never crossed that inviolable line in twenty six years earlier today in response to a question you said i took my personal belief out of every official action so you're asking us to believe that when you say things like f trump and stop trump and impeach trump that those are just personal beliefs and when you say those things you never cross that line that bright inviolable line and allow allowed to impact your official conduct that's really what this comes down to that you're asking us to believe isn't it sir i'm asking you to believe that i'm offering you evidence yeah interestingly and found that there's been no yeah anywhere you have under oath been as clear as a bell on that you said it over and over again and and because of that i'm almost embarrassed to ask you this question of the approximately fifty thousand text messages that i've seen with your personal beliefs like f trump stop trump impeach trump go ahead and confirm on the record that none of that occurred on an official fbi device or unofficial fbi time go and do that sir no they did many of them did they sir so what you really meant to say was that when you said you never crossed that bright inviolable line what you meant to say was except for fifty thousand times except for hundreds of times of day where i went back and forth expressing my personal opinions about effing trump and stopping trump and impeaching trump.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dot com will shadow with you in a little bit his thoughts on the legality of that there is now talk of a secret society full disclosure no idea what israel hear what isn't real here of the the the madness in in involved a secret society of officials with in the fbi according to the story there from pj media that come that met the day after the election of donald trump to plot against the president's elect according to representative john radcliffe the texts that he intrigue audi reviewed reveal the bias among top fbi officials against real donald trump and quote the text between struck in page referenced a secret society i can't tell you what that secret society is and i'm sure the players within the secret society can't tell you what the secret society is three jump history what can we tell you what do we know what went where where am i on this every single thing every single time the deep state was discussed every single time he was discussed that the obama administration worked overtime over time in those three months of the transition to gather as much dirt on president trump as they possibly could to use it against them to try and discredit him and put an end to this presidency before it started i believe every single part of that is fact the evidence has put me in that place i always had the inkling i always had the believe i have said so many times what else do you need which brings us of course to the memo which we still don't have the memo that the house intelligence committee had that representative peter king republican from new york demanded be made available to the members of the united states house of representatives the house intelligence committee which is chaired by devin nunes says the ranking member of the democrat is adam schiff the same adam schiff who has said that he has seen proof of collusion of of uh president trump you don't trust me how about the words of of trade goudy himself some of my democrat colleagues namely adam schiff said he had evidence more than circumstantial evidence of collusion before the investigation even began so they keep that in line the ranking member of the ranking democrat on the house intel committee had evidence of collusion before we.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"News is martha mccallum who talked to trade gouty and john radcliffe on this and they actually got some of the it'll played back some of the audio of the the testimony of the former fbi chief testifying before congress and so this is really interesting here we go bears an exchange with james call me and congressman ratcleff let's watched us director did you make the decision not to recommend criminal charges relating classified information before or after hillary clinton was interviewed by the fbi on july the second after all i can do is tell you again the decision was made after that because i didn't know what was going to happen in that interview potential ratcliffe what's your thought on that exchange now that you've seen these text messages while i don't think that former director colmey could have been more clear that the decision wasn't made until after that july second interview and that's the way that it that it should have been budd as you just said those text messages that we saw earlier today indicate that lisa page peter struck in loretta lynch all apparently new on the first of july that hillary clinton wasn't going to be charged that's inconsistent with what the director said so he needs to be given the opportunity to come back and clarify his testimony under oath yet says he will he be given the opportunity to do that especially given the piece that ed henry also just included on july 5th where he said no one knows the conclusion that i came to until now you have to talk to john where you if you're looking at two decisions volley department of justice and the fbi in 2016 he's frankly shown no reluctance to calmer testify before congress of primarily if it's at a public session at some point we're going to have to talk to.

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"john radcliffe" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"john radcliffe" Discussed on KELO

"That i can do about people who speak ignorant lay and you just set the caller for what it is number one number two the bottom line is both when steve king and tim scatter arrived in this country we were actually creating diversity because the native americans were already here so that is this ridiculous statement roy moore's listen i was this avoiding roared and more before the allegations the allegations reinforced waya was there the good news is thank god for leaders like john radcliffe trade goudy meal love a diverse group of young thinkers who will take our country and our party in a better direction i wanna ask you about what happened in the united states senate this week when he your colleagues announced his resignation on let me play a little clip of what senator franken said during that speech irony in the fact that i am leaving while a man who has bragged on tape about his history of sexual assault sits in the oval office in a man who has repeatedly preyed on young girls campaigns for the senate with the full support of his party for saudi think it was appropriate for senator franken to resign ivic senator franken bought it was important and impose very important for him to resign number one number two i will tell you that there's no question that his statement was inconsistent with reality the truth is that there are a number of people within the party who are not supporting rory more which you though talk about what he said about the president at some point given this moment moran should the president's accusers deserve time to sort of uh in a formal setting have have lay out their accusations and have them sort of an and let people judge for themselves i think people have had the opportunity during the two thousand sixteen election to come to a decision the truth is as you and i both know shocked that the allegations are the accusations against the president worry part of the campaign so most americans if not all americans who voted had the information before the election so for us to try to relitigate the election is impossible should people who have been victimize have an opportunity to have their day in court or their day presenting their information i have no problem with that issue and yet f more gets elected.

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