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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On WABC dot com or tweet that again, let's let's let's put that out there. Again, you could use this tonight. I mean, some of the most of these words that are on this bingo card guaranteed. Trump says every one of these words that are on bingo coyotes coyotes tonight. Addis is mentioned judge Cavanaugh Chuck Schumer mentioned by name Trump gives the double thumbs up. Oh, yeah. That's all happening. We've got we've got rally Trump tonight. This isn't calm cool. Measured a serious teleprompter. Trump. No, this nickname given. Donald Trump tonight. So that's nine o'clock and El Paso. Yes. Matt o'clock indie time seven o'clock in. Yes. Nine o'clock here. I don't think we're carrying it live beginning networks are about Fox News. Does I bet you could also stream it's pretty much anywhere. I'm getting ready to read tweet are bingo card. So if you want to get it play along tonight be our guest the old man went on a heater on Twitter over the weekend. I mean, Trump just was playing the hits on Twitter, and if you were a trim fan or just think he's kind of funny on Twitter, you're gonna love this. We'll bring in Alvin from Alvin and the chipmunks friend of the show the show longtime friend of the show. We'll we'll often oftentimes have celebrity readers come in and read Trump tweets like we had Morgan Freeman last week. We had Snow White. From family guy. Christopher walken. We've had Jon Gruden. It's been who's who? Do we have? Rodney dangerfield. Rodney was. So so we'll bring back our our a fan favourite Alvin from Allen, and the Chalvin Alvin is going to be reading this Trump tweet about Amy klobuchar. The Senator from Minnesota who announced she was running for president. It happened again. Announced that she is running for president talking proudly a fighting global warming veggies. Veggies freezing temperatures. This speech..

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Justice Kavanaugh Takes the Bench on the Supreme Court

Investor's Edge

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Justice Kavanaugh Takes the Bench on the Supreme Court

"Court welcomed its newest Justice Tuesday as Brett Cavanaugh took to the bench to hear arguments for the first time since the Senate confirmed him on Saturday, Ken Starr is a former United States solicitor general he talks about how cavenaugh will serve on the supreme court. He's got to be a great Justice. I know Brad he brings brilliants and yet humility to bear his record as a circuit court judge for twelve years was just outstanding one of the most. Respected judges in the country. So let's put this horror behind us. What he called a national disgrace? I call it a national tragedy. And now it's up to the court. And I think the court can shield itself from all the noise all the rancor outside the nine justices all know, one another, and I mean Justice capital is one of the nine they know they know judge Cavanaugh, they now know Justice Cavanaugh Reid

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KOMO

"Believes judge Cavanaugh will be fair and balanced three thinking just another win for making America. Great again. Which is what we all want. Many demonstrators believed the confirmation will have political influence implications. In November Washington Senator Patty Murray was on MSNBC talking about the similarities today compared to nineteen Ninety-one during the Clarence Thomas Anita hill hearings when she first decided to run for the US Senate. So the deja-vu and me is saying more people are listening to you. We respect you. There are women on the court on the democratic side. This time listening to. But I think the result will be the same that women will listen to this as I did back in hundred ninety one and realized that elections matter who is in charge matters Murray says nineteen Ninety-two has been called the year of the woman because so many women were elected to higher office. And she believes the same will happen. This November what will be the lasting effects of the bitter partisan fight to put Cavanaugh on the supreme court, will it motivate more Democrats to vote this November. What about women lis- wisher the Yale classmate of Brett Kavanagh's who lives in Seattle talk with CNN's, Don lemon about the reality of what happened over the last couple of weeks. I think politics the truth and Justice. So that's what I find so depressing because if we can sacrifice cream court just to political beliefs and not believe that we need somebody in the court. Who is honorable tells the truth, and it's non-partisan, then we have no check and balance in our in our system of government. Swisher came out during the cavenaugh discussion claiming she witnessed cavenaugh very drunk at college on many occasions. Refuting what he said happening tomorrow Senator Maria Cantwell. Enter challenger. Susan Hutchison will go head to head at a debate at Tacoma's Pacific Lutheran university..

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Melania Trump calls Kavanaugh "highly qualified"

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00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Melania Trump calls Kavanaugh "highly qualified"

"A trip to Africa and had this to say an Egypt about the confirmation process. I think he's highly qualified for discipline court. I'm glad that Dr Ford plus from glad that judge Cavanaugh. Heard the news was done. He's completed.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WJR 760

"Now, Richard just an aside. But the job these kids are doing with their robots. And helping to become the future leaders of the the assembly world, and the electronic world of vehicles is a lot more interesting than what they're doing in the US Senate right now, I've got to tell you that this. This cloture vote all of the speeches. I by Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell Schumer predictably opposed to judge cavenaugh and McConnell predictably. I would say if favor of judge cavenaugh, but not one person has come up. This is the interesting thing, and you've been covering the news now, so you know, this better than I and correct me if I'm wrong, but I have not heard one Senator say that there was an ounce of new evidence in the FBI investigation. The most recent investigation judge Cavanaugh that would that would sort of dispel anything. He said in his own defense. That's accurate to Frank in listening. To the comments and all the news stories, and then the about the the FBI report, and what we officially know is just a summary of what was released now, we've been able to hear speeches by Schumer and Feinstein, and you're right. They offered no new information of any kind on any of these allegations and predictably when there was no evidence of any kind that judge Cavanaugh might have committed the horrific offense is described by Christine Blasi Ford at the hearing last week Democrats than decried the investigation is not being complete and they seem disappointed that there was not some serve corroborating evidence. And so that's that's led to a further divide on this the vote today once again, so everybody knows dick is not an official vote on his confirmation that come. Tomorrow. Today's vote is just to take a vote tomorrow. Correct. Yes. That's right. And while it's unlikely that any of the senators in this initial vote would flip their votes for the second one that's not out of the realm of possibility one. There was the fight over health care and the famous vote by John McCain that we've many of us have seen the replay of this time and time again where McCain was on the floor and said, no he was he was voting. No when they were trying to up and and get rid of ObamaCare. He actually flipped his vote. He said he voted yes. For a four getting rid of ObamaCare in the initial vote because that was a closer vote to and then when it came to the confirmation of of that vote he voted no not to dump ObamaCare. So it has been done before. Yes. And and I think that's perhaps most significant would say a Susan. In Collins today who indicated she would vote. Yes for this. Cloture vote which simply means that. Yes. It will move forward, but she withheld her she kinda hit her car what she's gonna do tomorrow when the actual confirmation. Right. She says that she will does tell the world how she's going to vote later this afternoon already, Richard. Thank you. So very much more to come from the Senate chambers in Washington dick Hafner is on top of that. He'll keep tabs on the news. We'll take a break in the movie back at the orient assembly plant with more of manufacturing day on the Frank.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sounded protesters in DC big drama unfolding at this moment. And with that backdrop, the Senate ready to take an important vote on whether or not to move forward with the confirmation of Brett Cabot off to the supreme court. It is our top story. And here's Jamie, west KTAR. The Senate vote to measure support for the supreme court nominee is just about to get underway. KTAR Jim cross begins. Our live team coverage. James Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley on the floor of this morning in the Senate saying it would be a travesty of the Senate didn't confirm what Grassley calls the most qualified nominee in American history. And then Grassley blam Democrats who staked out opposition to judge Cavanaugh before he was even nominee. There is simply no reason then to the judge Cavanaugh a seat on the supreme court and Republicans have a slim fifty one forty nine hold on the Senate still no word on how Amazon a Republican Senator Jeff flake will vote today live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. I'm KTAR Jeremy foster with reaction from the top democrat on the judiciary committee, Senator Dianne Feinstein. Just a few minutes ago made her case against cavenaugh. President Trump promised to only nominate. Individuals to the supreme court who would be pro-life and pro gun nominees who would automatically overturn Roe v. Wade in my judgment. Judge Cavanaugh clearly meets the test nine says Kavanagh's extreme views on guns, quote, unquote, concerned her as well live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news. Our team coverage of the cata vote is continuing here on Arizona's morning news. But next they story out of Mesa that is going to really take you off. If you're a dog lover, we've got detour.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WRVA

"What have you learned? I learned that my my estimation of twenty four hours after the release it, maybe maybe endanger at this point. Because so far that I have seen would indicate a full release of it whatsoever. In fact, it does seem like it's been kept under pretty heavy wraps into that give kudos to Washington DC for being able to protect something for any length of time here. It is very shocking. The release of that FBI report, though, kind of kicked up the drama if you not just here in DC where you starting to get things to almost who shot JR Ewing kind of drama level from a Lineas. If I may when Courtney Kardashian refused to be in Kim's video game. What we're looking at here is judge Cavanaugh having choosing to write a column for the Wall Street Journal yesterday called I am an independent and impartial. Judge was sort of an apology from Brett cavenaugh saying that he felt his tone was sharp in the Senate Judiciary hearings that he said a few things he shouldn't have said going onto for any American who may be worrying or possibly any Republican Senator who's not sure about their support of his confirmation. He wanted everybody to know that whatever you saw that hearing when I'm on the bench. I will be an impartial judge with blinders to partisanship. And it could have been any number of reasons why he wrote that including yesterday hearing word that former supreme court Justice John Paul Stevens, who it said wonderful things about judge Kavanagh's legal work even included him in a couple of his books said that judge Cavanaugh was not qualified to sit on the court yesterday. Yeah. That was a stunning statement coming from a former Justice, I don't know how much credence Republicans would give to it. But yet it had some had some authority some moral authority that hadn't been juiced up previously. Let's talk about the specifics of the report because while there haven't been a lot of details that have been leaked the number that we were quoting yesterday of individuals who've been interviewed that was wrong, right? It wasn't six people. It was nine people. Does that anybody in their estimation of how thorough the investigation was we we saw a couple of different individuals. Susan Collins, Jeff flake as far as the swing votes are concerned very vocal about the fact that the both of them felt like they actually were looking at it had looked at it. And we're going to continue to look at this very thorough investigation. So there was no question in their mind. While even though you had Senator Dianne Feinstein say the most notable part of the report, what was not in the report. That's what she said. The most notable part with you, Susan Collins and Jeff flake both. Nope. They kind of felt like this is such a thorough investigation that they felt very satisfied with that element of it again. Jeff Blake highlighting. There was no corroborative information coming out of it. But that he felt it was one hundred percent accurate. So at least at this point now, both those people so they're going to go back, and they're going to read some more. They're going to come up with any kind of concerns or questions that they have as they go through that. But right now, they seem very comfortable with the way the FBI handled this so no new information that comes out that's damning. And if we talk about this morning, there's a boat scheduled for ten thirty. Yeah, they're going to reconvene at nine thirty. And then at ten thirty. They're supposed to have the procedural vote to to limit the debate on Kavanagh's nomination. If the procedural vote receives a majority in the Senate will move forward on Kavanagh's nomination. And and we'll move forward from there there there could be some kick ups here, and there there could be a case where you've got Jeff flake or in the case of of Susan Collins, or any of these kinds of swing with like we've already seen for instance, one of the the red state Democrats that was expected to be a swing vote here. Heidi Heitkamp has given an official. No, she is not going to support judge cavenaugh. She's also down by believe somewhere in the range of twelve thirteen points in her state, but she's saying that this had more to do with her looking at herself in the mirror every morning, and where she was going to vote. So she's already said, no. But could there be today? This morning will be very interesting to watch to see if there's any indication if any of these senators are concerned about whether or not they're going to support judge cavenaugh. Michael Bauer are w RV. Reporter live from DC this morning. Really? Appreciate the update. We'll keep monitoring it. Thank you. You to have a great weekend..

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Trump blasts Democrats for "rage-fueled resistance" to Kavanaugh nomination

WBZ Morning News

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Trump blasts Democrats for "rage-fueled resistance" to Kavanaugh nomination

"Fuel. Resistance in the battle over cabinet as he stumped for Republicans last night in Minnesota, judge Cavin will protect uphold and defend the constitution of the United States. As cavenaugh has new op-ed out in the Wall Street Journal, entitled I am an independent impartial judge and in this he promises if he's confirmed it'll be the same judge. He's been his entire career more on that from CBS's Bill Rakoff Carbonell all in the op-ed that he was very emotional last Thursday more. So he writes than he has ever been. He said, quote, I might have been too emotional at times. I know my tone was sharp, and I said a few things I should not have said, I hope everyone can understand that. I was there as a son husband and dad, I testified with five people foremost in my mind by mom, my dad, my wife, and most of all my daughter's retired supreme court Justice, John Paul Stevens says judge Cavanaugh is not qualified to sit on the court has demonstrated.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"What he said is. Why don't we dunk him in water and see if he floats a good old medieval trial by ordeal? But do you think? Straight out of Monty python and the holy grail. And I do. I do I think that this process has been really unfair to judge Cavanaugh and also the doctor I think that they have been used by Democrats on the Senate committee for political purposes, their strategy all along has not been to try to find the truth, which is a slap in the face to Dr Ford, their their strategy all along has been to do whatever they have to do by any means necessary to delay for the sake of delay. And I think the strategy has been transparent. It goes back to one thousand years ago, we were talking about whether or not a million documents was enough or whether it needed to be two million documents. It was delay for the sake of the way that explains why her letter was not investigated in July when it was received. And it was only leaked to the press against her will on the eve of judge Kavanagh's confirmation Sopra. These Democrats talk about temperament talking about credibility. You know, it's it takes takes a lot of gumption when it comes to credibility jet Kavanagh's way out. If you were speaking to judge Cavanaugh, I do believe he will be confirmed on Saturday, probably with fifty one votes at maybe with fifty votes who knows it could be fifty two, but it'll be confirmed, and what would you advise him in order to to rise above and prevail and become the great associate Justice of the supreme court that we both know he will be. Well, I I'm not gonna be presumptuous enough to think that he needs my advice. But I'll I'll say this. We saw his judicial temperament, and has impacted of a pack of all legal mind for twelve years the DC circuit when he was indicated supreme court unparallel thirteen times. And we also saw last confirmation hearing that he was outraged about an outrageous process as well. He should be an eye confidence that once he's on the bench at the supreme court. Hopefully, he will be that. We will see that you digital temperament that we saw for the past twelve years. We don't have to guess about what kind of judge Cavanaugh will be. It'd be the same kind of judge. He's been for the past twelve years. So I'm looking forward to that. I share your cautious optimism I understand. You know, it's it's the the processes so farcical at times, they it leads it. So it lends itself to jokes. But but I do wanna really serious. This people have been hurt cavenaugh has been hurt family, doctor Ford they've all received death threats. This process stinks. And how do we fix it? And that's the last question that we'll have time for Justin Walker professor of law. How do we fix the process? Oh my goodness. You know? I'm just a a what we former as we were talking earlier went to Harvard, but you have to Yale degree I'm to trust you Michael to to have the answers to the big picture questions more harbor, we just learned civil procedure. But I've heard that they they really learn how to solve the world's problems. Well, again, this is a gigantic problem. And I want to get to that and get that with listeners because clearly this process is broken. I mean, everybody hates it. This is not been a good moment for America. Let me tell you one thing..

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WTVN

"After judge Cavanaugh was announced by the democratic leader made the announcement that has now become famous. I'll oppose everything I've got is that not long after that another democrat on the judiciary committee proclaimed that anyone supporting judge Kavanagh's confirmation was quote, listen to this complicit in the evil complicit and. Much are the contracts for every action. The Democrats have taken during this entire process. Remind us Democrats may be trying to move the goalposts every five minutes. But their goal has not moved. They will not be satisfied unless they have brought down. Judge Kavanagh's nomination. Cut six go next. Democrats have the process should be delayed. Because too few documents were available from judge Kavanagh's past public service. Well, then they received the votes pages of documents ever produced for supreme court. So guess what came next? Goalpost moved down the field and the Democrats call for delayed because there were too many documents. For them to read. I wish this could have remained in the realm of normalcy. But we're none of these tactics work when judge Cavanaugh demonstrated his widely acknowledged, brilliant, open-mindedness and collegiality is confirmation hearings Shaam shows a darker road. The politics of personal destruction were willfully unleashed..

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Trump mocks 'Da Nang Blumenthal,' top Dems in fiery Tennessee rally

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Trump mocks 'Da Nang Blumenthal,' top Dems in fiery Tennessee rally

"I watch those senators on the democrat side, and I thought it was disgraced and partially because I know them, I know them too. Well, and you know, what they are not angel. President Trump goes after Senate Democrats who he believes are hypocrites. The president's comments as he takes questions from reporters in Washington DC about the status of the Brett Cavanaugh investigation. I wanted to become prehensile. I actually think it's a good thing for judge Cavanaugh now with that being said I'd like to go quickly. Trump also mentioned in Connecticut, Senator Democrat, Richard Blumenthal, who lied about serving in Vietnam. He lied about Vietnam. He didn't just say, hey, I want to know for fifteen years. He said he was a war hero. He fought in Danang province. We call them darning. Richard Danang victim. He never went to Vietnam.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All right. We got it. You drink beer. The FBI is investigating judge Cavanaugh. The Senate Judiciary committee gave them seven days and ends on Friday. What's been happening? Can they get it done in seven days? I saw our next guest on good Morning America Sunday morning. I found him on social media. And now he joins us. Please welcome. He's a former FBI agent. It is Steve Gomez. Steve. Thank you so much for coming on the show. How are you? Good. Thank you for having me. So Steve this started early Saturday morning where does the FBI star? Do they gather the people that were at that party thirty six years ago? Absolutely. When it comes to the doctor, four delegation identified certain people that were allegedly at that gathering. And so that's the first thing that they're going to do. I mean, they've heard from Dr Ford from the hearings. I anticipate they will still interview, but they're definitely going to go to all those people that she identified the rat gathering, and then figure out what they have to say what their story is identify some other people may identify people that know, Dr Ford that also judge Cavanaugh, and then hope, you know, they're probably going to try to figure out if any of them were at that gathering or a similar gathering where was that gathering, and they're they're going to try to piece together their stories in conjunction with Dr Ford stories. And maybe even with what judge cavenaugh tells the investigators as well, so Andrea you just said that they talked to Mark judge today, and they're gonna continue talking to him tomorrow. Right. They didn't wrap up his interview. I'm just curious Steve when when they are questioning these people. Because yes, it was thirty six years ago. This didn't directly affect certain people who they might be talking to as it affected. Dr Ford is that a problem if they can't remember things will that impede the investigation or do investigators kind of take into account. All right. This is a long time ago. And we're asking people to join their memories. Exactly now, it's not going to impede the investigation. I mean, I it's very possible. I mean really gonna look forward to begin with do do any of them. No, doctor for do they know judge capital. And and if they do know them, how do they know them do they know mutual friends they're going to try to figure out the the wiring diagram, so to speak who's in who's network and try to figure out who those people are. So even if they don't know Dr footage Cavanaugh directly, they're gonna look for those mutual friendships. And then they may interview those people as well. And then, of course, the location the the relationships and the connect those relationships and the locations of gatherings or parties were they? Would congregate is going to be very important in order to jog memories as they move along with the investigation, but it's a short period of time. So all this is moving at lightning speed. Well, can they get it done by Friday? Oh, I believe so. Many resources that are needed to conduct this investigation. And when I say that you know, you you've got thirteen thousand FBI agents, you got thirty plus thousand FBI employees everybody in this case is the highest priority. They're all available to work at any moment. Twenty four seven that's what they're doing right now. I mean, people are being spoken to you know, all over the country right now, I would expect. And so they'll do what they have to do to get it done. Background investigations come with very short deadlines, especially for high level. Government officials something that's unusual. We're talking to Steve Gomez, former FBI agent. Now you worked in the FBI. I'm assuming you saw the hearings last week is that right? Yes. I I know if you're in the FBI, you've studied body language tone of voice the eye movement. What did you see from those hearings? Well, let's start with Dr Ford TC's sounded very credible. She appeared to have had something happen to her. I mean, she's she's alleging that involved judge Cavanaugh, and Mark judging and and that there were other people there, but she definitely sounded credible. She she appeared to have something that has occurred to her thirty five thirty six years ago. It's unfortunate that she can't remember, you know, a whole lot of details. I mean, those details are very important when you're conducting an investigation, especially something like this, which I look at it as a cold case investigation. I've done many of those before where it's very difficult to John people's memories and piece together the details, but but I thought that she she, you know, she she appeared credible. You know, whether she's relaying the the specifics of an incident that involved judge Cavanaugh. Or not that's the difficult part to be able to establish that now all switch to judge Cavanaugh. He he sounded like somebody who's been accused of something that that he didn't do that kind of anger. I've seen in a lot of people who have been accused of something falsely. And and you know, I've been seeing on the news and social media, you know, people say while he went too far. And so on. You know what I mean? I don't think anybody can predict how they would react when their wife and their daughters are being targeted threatened, and and and you know, in his view, his reputation has been stained, so it's very difficult going to have to get other witnesses or other information that could cooperate one way or the other. And that's what I would expect is happening in the investigation. Steve can you reiterate for those listening, and I'm sure we all know this, but the FBI is not partisan. They don't have a horse in this race or not gonna lean one way or the other. They're just it's a factual. You know what I mean? Because I know no matter what this decision is going to be. Yes, I'm gonna say all that. Whoever's whatever side, they were favoring. Okay. So I'm glad you asked that question or made that statement, I guaranteed. That the that the leadership that we have at the FBI right now. I don't know. I just I've seen him speak at some of the the retired agent luncheons that we've had here in LA. I know personally Dave outage who's the deputy director and the associate deputy director Paul abate Paul worked for me here in LA when I was a special agent in charge. But it counters division of posed a sack Dave took over as the special agent in charge. When I was once I left, and I can tell you that these those Paul Dave outage or some of the finest leadership that the FBI has ever had, and they will not allow this investigation to be conducted with any kind of bias is going to be independent object. It's going to be thorough. And unlike what we've experienced with some of the drama that's team to the FBI over the last couple of years where you know, you could you could. Are you the kind of bias that occurred? That's not happening with his leadership team here. I guarantee you the day are down, and they are telling everybody that's involved in this investigation. You're gonna go out together gather. The fact you bring it back. We're going to evaluate it task leads to go out and do either more interviews gathered documents and so on and that's going to go up and down the organization for this one week period. I guarantee that that's how this is going to go 'cause a lot on the line for the FBI. Right. There's been a lot of turbulence. Yes, they knew that. That's not gonna happen in this case, Steve the FBI is under a microscope because we are all waiting to find out. What happens this Friday? So they're going to do their best. They're not gonna screw this up. Absolutely. And the difference as I mentioned, the the background investigations or something that had been going on in the FBI for forever and short deadlines happens. All the time. We do what we gotta do. But in this case much different because this is very high profile. You've had the subject of the background investigation and an accuser provide powerful testimony in front of the whole world. And everybody was watching. Everybody's talking about it. So everybody wants to know what really happened. So I I'm I'm glad that that we are seeing this one week period where they're conducting this kind of investigation because I think the country really needed it because it was really being torn apart was judge Cavanaugh at that party thirty six years ago, or at that gathering because he brought up the calendars, and he never really said. Well, he said he couldn't remember rights or he said he doesn't recall being there. Well, eat blow it the calendars, which I gotta tell you. I when I saw the calendars, and and how he described to calendars. We've heard about contemporary music notes, especially the FBI agents. Take contemporaneous notes is to take contemporary news notes. I mean, religiously I mean that was something that we always did in our interviews. Right. And when I when I saw those calendars, and when he testified at the hearing and described why kept the calendars and his father, his father had kept calendars. And he was marrying what his father did. And you know, and we talk about it. I was blown away because I I don't know anybody in my life that as ever done something like that going back to the ninth grade. So when I was listening to him speak about the calendars, and they were going through the entries in the calendars. And he was describing what they, you know, interpreting what was on there. It was fascinating to me. Because in a way, I mean, those were contemporaneous notes to some degree. Right. It didn't it didn't sound like he was describing what was in the entry. And it did not sound like those entries matched up with what Dr Ford was alleging with regards to the type of party, and the people that were there now does that mean that it it's still that that it didn't happen? Dr Ford's memory is clearly not not fully complete. She dented a number of people there. It sounds like there may be others. And so then it's a question of does that still match up with those with those calendars? Here's another thing about calendars. I'm sure that the FBI is asking for all of his calendar because you're gonna wanna make sure that when he said that he started taking doing those calendars back in the ninth grade about nineteen eighty but don't want to ensure that that that is the case they're going. Wanna see have you taken produce those calendars from eighty all the way up until the present? And the. The the writing style does it match, and and they may even ask the father, his father to to show them his calendars just to just to be able to establish that, you know, the story that judge Cavanaugh said in the hearing is true because that goes to his credibility with regards to the calendars, and ultimately if they can show that the calendars are somewhat contemporaneous notes. I do not have a problem with the calendar is learned behavior from his father. That's what his father. Did. He started doing it when he was in high school. I know people that started doing journals in high school, I don't know if they still have them, but who knows? Right. Right. And and a lot of what we are seeing with regards to this investigation. It's going to be all about credibility. Yes. Dr Ford not just about judge Cavanaugh not just about any other accusers that that they decide to interview it's going to be about the witnesses to those four or five people that Dr four identified they're going to be talking to those people, and they're going to be judging their credibility. They're also looking at everybody's motivation. This is something that we would do in the FBI when we're conducting investigations and doing interviews. You're always evaluating what their motivation is when we would get a tip or a threat first half of my career. I worked gangs drugs and violent crime second half after nine eleven I work counterterrorism and in both programs and in public rupture. I manage a puddle corruption squad here in LA always evaluating an accuser, and what their motivation was because I've worked a number of hoax threats where people were writing letters or providing information about somebody or something. And and and you know, there was enough credibility to it on the space. You would have to investigate it. But you were also always evaluating the credibility and the motivation of chooser, right? And and yeah. Because you have to you can't just take what somebody's saying blindly. Especially if as you are investigating that accusation from the accuser, and you can't corroborate it cooperate yet to start asking yourself. Why can't I cooperated right? Sometimes it's because it's not credible. And there may be a hidden motive there. Okay. Can we go through some what ifs right now? I just want one more things to you. If the FBI fines, whatever they find they'll release it if hypothetically they say, yes, we will. They say, yes, we think this happened and pursue criminal charges. Or when they when they when they reach their decision if there's more steps to be taken who will take those steps. The FBI is not going to give a like like an opinion. Like a suitability recommendation. What they're gonna do is..

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 Trump says he supports 'comprehensive' FBI Kavanaugh probe

SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Trump says he supports 'comprehensive' FBI Kavanaugh probe

"Wanted to become prehensile. I actually think it's a good thing for judge Cavanaugh now with that being said I'd like to go quickly, President Trump speaking with reporters at the White House about the FBI investigation into his prime court nominees background. Let the Senate decide whatever they wanna do is. Okay. With me. And also the FBI. This is the seventh investigation into Brad Kavanagh, who's a federal judge and has gone through this process. Six times before this is our seventh investigation of a man who has really, you know, you look at his life until this happened. What a what a change he's gone through the president also expressing his concern for Brett Kavanagh's family. What his wife is going through what his beautiful children are going through is not describable. It's not describable. It's not

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Jake Tapper, Cavanaugh and Jeff Flake discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Jake Tapper, Cavanaugh and Jeff Flake discussed on 24 Hour News

"White House, counselor Kellyanne Conway says something unexpected Sunday on CNN, she revealed to Jake tapper host of the program state of the union that she too is the victim of sexual assault. And you could hear her voice choking up as she spoke. And she said, I don't expect judge Cavanaugh for Jake tapper or Jeff flake or anybody to be held responsible for that you have to be responsible for your own conduct. And she gave no other

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Christine Blasey Ford hasn't heard from FBI, lawyer says

Purity Products

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Christine Blasey Ford hasn't heard from FBI, lawyer says

"This newly ordered FBI investigation of supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh. Remember, this is the probe in which according to President Trump. The F B I has free rein. Well, now, we're learning about the list of witnesses suggested by Senate Republicans, and apparently neither judge Cavin. I nor Christine Blasi Ford are on that list. Excuse me. They are not expected to be interviewed despite Dr Ford's attorneys telling reporters that they have reached out several times, and that they want Dr four to talk to the FBI, however, just a short time ago confirmation that investigators did speak today with this woman. Deborah Ramirez, another woman who accuses judge Kavanagh's sexual misconduct, but who did not give testimony on Capitol Hill. A source close to the FBI investigation says Ramirez today gave agents the names of other witnesses right cavenaugh strongly denies the accusations from both Ramirez and four now as for whether the FBI will have quote free rein at least two sources close to the investigation are doubting. That CNN was told today that the White House is working closely with Senate Republicans to steer the FBI investigation and keep its scope as narrow as possible White House. Correspondent for Sanchez is with us now Boris one makes those sources believe. So strongly that the FBI is actually working under some restriction. We'll those sources are indicating of the way that this process is playing out the White House, which was essentially compelled to launch this investigation by Zona Senator Jeff flake is sort of guiding the process, according to these sources of the White House with input from some Senate Republicans is maintaining that the focus should exclude certain subjects that judge break. Cavanaugh was grilled on during his Thursday testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee. Those sources are indicating that only a handful of interviews are going to take place of that questions about a brick Kevin was drinking habits in high school will be avoided something that Democrats again pressed him on during his testimony. Once the FBI concludes their investigation their interviews with the subjects they will end pass along the information to the White House. They don't come up with any conclusions themselves. Ultimately, what we're hearing from sources is that typically, that's the way this. Procedure is carried out, but some Democrats are raising red flags notably Senator Amy klobuchar of who definitely pressed judge Cavanaugh during the confirmation process. She's concerned that the White House may be having too much input. And exactly what the FBI is going to be asking. Now press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked about this on one of the Sunday morning talk shows, she says that the White House doesn't want to micromanage the FBI, but she didn't answer. Whether she knew if White House counsel, Don Mcgann, had specifically indicated to the FBI that they should interview certain people or not or if he could ask certain questions or not she said, she didn't know, and what does the word from President Trump about these developments is he saying anything about this investigation now in its third day. President Trump went in on Twitter yet again today already launching attacks at Democrats suggesting that they won't be happy, regardless of what the results of this investigation shows. Does he wrote quote? Wow. Just starting to hear the Democrats were only thinking of struck and delay are starting to put

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Conway: 'I feel very empathetic' toward sexual assault victims ... 'I'm a victim'

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00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Conway: 'I feel very empathetic' toward sexual assault victims ... 'I'm a victim'

"The FBI continues its investigation at the sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee Brett cabin up. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on CNN state of the union feel very empathetic frankly for victims of sexual assault sexual harassment and rape. That. The victim of sexual assault. I don't expect judge Cavanaugh or Jake tapper or Jeff flake, or or anybody to be held responsible for that you have to be responsible for your own

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Said vote for judge Cavanaugh is a vote to reject the ruthless and outrageous tactics of the Democratic Party said cavenaugh suffered demeanor anger of Democrats us Mark demo remarked, President Trump telling reporters at the FBI investigation into his supreme court nominee could be a blessing in disguise. It'll be a good thing. The president says the investigation could reveal a lot of different things. I'd like to find out who leaked the papers wasted Senator Feinstein because certainly her body language was not exactly very good for they answer that question Senator Feinstein said during this week's hearings that she was not the one who leaked Christine Blasi Ford's allegation and the FBI begun its seventh investigation of cavenaugh. The first person the talking to is Debra Ramirez. Says Brett cavenaugh exposed himself to her at a party when they were both students at Yale University in the nineteen. Eighties and allegation cavenaugh has denied labeled a smear now. Her lawyer says the FBI has contacted Ramirez is part of its renewed background investigation of the supreme court nominee, and she has agreed to cooperate Senate leaders agreed to delay final vote on Kavanagh's nomination to allow for a one week FBI probe of the accusations. The Senate Judiciary committee says the investigation should be limited to current credible allegations against Kevin and be finished by next Friday. President tweeted yesterday, the NBC news incorrectly reported in parentheses as usual, but I was limiting the FBI investigation of judge Cavanaugh and witnesses only to certain people actually want them to interview, whoever they dream deem appropriate at their discretion. Wins. News time four oh, three Republican Senator Jeff flake of Arizona. The one who pushed the president to seek another investigation of Brett cavenaugh flakes, and he wouldn't vote for him unless there was a week delay for new FBI pro and he did that after two women can cornered flaking in an elevator broadcast on TV Saturday. You made reference to that in central park and democratic Senator Chris coons of Delaware took the stage at the annual global citizens festival on the great law keep.

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FBI, Senator Jeff Flake and Senator Patty Murray discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

FBI, Senator Jeff Flake and Senator Patty Murray discussed on 24 Hour News

"Piper. It was quite a one eighty Friday in Washington as President Trump ordered a week long FBI probe of the allegations against his supreme court pick. Judge Brad Kavanagh at the request of the Senate Judiciary committee Abed threats by Republican Senator Jeff flake and growing uncertainty that cavenaugh would have enough. Yes votes. The Senate stalled the process to allow a probe Senator Patty Murray with this week's democrat address only reason to rush would be to protect judge Cavanaugh and prevent the truth from coming out. No matter what he has done that would be absolutely wrong, and it would be unacceptable Nancy Cortez with more on the FBI probe provides this one week framework. So we're not talking about an endless FBI investigation. And yet it ensures that a credible unbiased investigators talked to all the. Players involved in at least establish some knowable facts

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Pompeo cites 'increasing and specific threats' for closing US consulate in Iraq

Midday on WNYC

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Pompeo cites 'increasing and specific threats' for closing US consulate in Iraq

"Is the BBC news funeral McDonald. Hello fool Senate vote on President Trump's nominee to the supreme court. Brad Kavanagh has been delayed by a week. So that the FBI can investigate sexual misconduct allegations against him. Mr. Cavanaugh denies the claims. Chris Butler explains up until the very last moments. Republicans thought they had the votes to push ahead with Brett Kavanagh's nomination. But in the corridors outside the committee room, one of the party senators Jeff flake was confronted by victims campaigners and it caused him to think again, he said he would still support judge Cavanaugh. But only if there was a brief delay till the FBI to conduct a further investigation. The other Republican senators had no choice, but to agree. The White House has told the FBI it can only look at what

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Letter from Dr blazing Ford we have been calling for hearings and additional witnesses from day one. There's nothing novel, and there's no need to coordinate because this point is absolutely obvious to everyone. And it's obviously the American people. That the Senate is ramming through this nomination. The Republican leadership is jamming judge Cavanaugh through this process without knowing the facts, but eventually the facts will come out, and there will be additional investigation and the the truth will out, and you have to be clear also that there the smokescreens that were saying so they put a prosecutor in right that this the the person was from the prosecutor's office in Maricopa County to give the suggestion that again Kamala Harris there, the Senator from California one of the two Dianne Feinstein stayed behind. She's the ranking member on the committee giving her comments about the testimony that she heard from judge Cavanaugh yesterday being very critical of some of the things that he had to say suggesting that he really politicized. What was going on in his own comments? And wondering how someone who was politicizing in his own words could be a Justice on the United States. Supreme court. You've got what's going on inside right now with the hearing proceeding? You've got a lot of the Democrats outside talking to reporters you've got loud loud protests in the hallways. The police were called taking people away. So that's what's going on. Right now ahead of this vote. That is set for ten thirty this morning. We have in depth team coverage here on Canucks. You will not miss a thing. And when the vote comes up at ten thirty you will hear that live. And by the way, Chuck Grassley who is the chair of the committee. He is in charge. He has made it very clear he is in charge. This vote will go ahead and undoubtedly it will come down eleven ten in favor of moving the nomination of judge Cavanaugh to the full Senate. And as Dianne Feinstein said earlier this morning the world is watching and indeed that is the case this morning. Your traffic on the fives coming up diamond bar to Anaheim. We're checking on the Fifty-seven at seven fifteen it's seven thirteen or the newer. Shady spent cars are not on a great looking on the outside. They have everything you need for convenience and the good job. Of driving on the inside highest Helton. And you let really does describe the e four hundred that I'm driving right now. It's a great car. It's perfectly responsive. It's incredibly comfortable. The sound system is amazing. And of course, that is extremely important to me. This is a car that is a pleasure to drive in for me. There's only one place to buy early in the four hundred or any of the other Mercedes models on that is downtown LA Motors. University spends dealer right here in Los Angeles. As I always tell you, Mike good frontier. I'm the general manager Eddie of his team can put together the deal that is right for you on the Mercedes you want. Now, they're really easy to get to their right there at Washington and Figueroa just via block south of staple center. Just off the tender with one why don't you stop by sometime this week take a look around the showroom. You might see the Mercedes that you want right there cars attempt. You just like they tempt me there overdue nine eight on Sunday on the web at NBC LA dot com. It's downtown LA Motors for your next or very first Mercedes Benz. This.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Cherokee forest voices, protecting beauty and the wild distant friends and ran into each other periodically at Columbia country club. But I didn't see him often. Could I saw his brother and him? Several times was this person the only common link between you and Mr. judge Cavanaugh. He's the only one that I would be able to name right now that I would like to not name. But you know, who I mean, and, but there are certainly other members of Columbia country club that were common friends or they were more acquaintances of mine and friends of Mr. Cavanaugh. Okay. Can you describe all of the other social interactions that you had with Mr. cavenaugh? Briefly. Yes, I can there were during freshman and sophomore year, particularly sought my sophomore year, which would have been his junior year of high school four to five parties that my friends, and I attended that were attended also by him. Did anything happen at these events. Like we're talking about. Besides the time. We're talking about going to answer that question. Then I'll go to Senator Harris go ahead and answer that question there is no sexual assault any of those events. Is that what you're asking? Yes. Yes. Those were just Hardee's or anything inappropriate. Maybe we can go into more detail. When there's more time. I feel time pressure on that question. Happy to answer in further detail. If you want me to. I'm sorry. Go ahead and finish answering your question. Okay. Did you want me to describe those parties or this to the next round? Mr chairman. Answer the question. I'm just happy to describe them. If you wanted me to and I'm happy to not just whatever you want. Maybe this is your preference cut to the chase. My question is was there anything else that was sexually inappropriate any inappropriate sexual behavior on the part of Mr. Cavanaugh toward you at any of these other functions. No, okay. Your hairs, Dr Ford, first of all just so we can level set. You know, you are not on trial. You are not on trial. You are sitting here before members of the United States Senate judiciary committee because you had the courage. To come forward. Because as you have said, you believe it was your civic duty. I was struck in your testimony by what you indicated as your intention when you first let anyone associated with these hearings know about it, and what it is. It is. You reached out to your Representative in the United States Congress hoping that person would inform the White House before judge Cavanaugh had been named. That's extremely persuasive about your motivation for coming forward. And so I wanna thank you. I want to thank you for your courage, and I wanna tell you. I believe you. I believe you. And I believe many Americans across this country. Believe you. And what I find striking about your testimony is you remember key searing details of what happened to you. You told your husband and therapist two of the most intimate of your confidence, and you told them years ago about this assault. You have shared your experience with multiple friends years after that, and before these hearings ever started, I know having personally, prosecuted sexual assault cases and child sexual assault. Cases that study after study shows trauma. Shame and the fear of consequences almost always 'cause survivors to at the very least delay reporting. If they ever report at all. Police recognize that prosecutors recognize that medical and mental health professionals recognize that. The notes from your therapy. Sessions were created long before this nomination and corroborate. What you have said today you have passed polygraph polygraph and submitted the results to this committee. Judge Cavanaugh has not you have called for outside witnesses to testify and for expert witnesses to testify judge Cavanaugh has not. But most importantly, you have called for an independent FBI investigation into the facts. Judge Cavanaugh has not. And we all you that we owe the American people that and let's talk about why this is so important contrary to what has been said today the FBI does not reach conclusions. The FBI investigates. It interviews witnesses gathers facts, and then presents that information to the United States Senate for our consideration and judgment. This committee knows that in spite of what you've been told in one thousand nine hundred ninety one during a similar hearing one of my Republican colleagues in this committee stated these claims were taken seriously by having the Federal Bureau of investigations launch an inquiry to determine their validity the FBI fulfilled its duty and issued a confidential report well that could have and should have been done here. This morning. It was said that this could have been investigated confidentially back in July. But this also could have been investigated in the last eleven days since you came forward yet that has not happened. The FBI could have interviewed Mark judge Patrick's. This is the Thom Hartmann program. Camera Harris is speaking right now, she's.

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Senate Judiciary Committee plans to vote on Kavanaugh's nomination on Friday

Gary Jeff Walker

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Senate Judiciary Committee plans to vote on Kavanaugh's nomination on Friday

"And the Senate Judiciary committee plans to move forward. With tomorrow morning's hearing on the nomination of judge Cavanaugh says ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill committee right now is still slated to hold that vote. Tomorrow morning now Senate Republicans are huddling right now to discuss next steps, and we know that leader McConnell insists he still wants a full Senate vote on Kavanagh's nomination. Very soon chairman Grassley held a meeting with fellow Republicans on the judiciary panel Republican lawmakers say majority leader McConnell plans to hold the first Senate floor vote on cavenaugh on the motion to proceed on Saturday at noon, according to Senator Bill Cassidy Louisiana Republican that time lied when sit up a Monday

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Trump takes to twitter minutes after Kavanaugh testimony

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Trump takes to twitter minutes after Kavanaugh testimony

"Just minutes after the testimony ended President Trump was on Twitter. With these words backing judge Cavanaugh calling his testimony, powerful, honest and riveting and then saying the Senate must vote some key senators met tonight immediately following the hearing, including some conservative members who were riding the fence on judge Kavanagh's nomination. And the word tonight is that the judiciary committee plans to vote Friday morning on judge Kavanagh's nomination to the

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Kavanaugh, Ford set to testify in Senate Judiciary Committee

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh, Ford set to testify in Senate Judiciary Committee

"The Senate Judiciary committee, here's today from supreme court nominee Brett cabin and a woman who accuses him of trying to rape her when they were teens Christine Blasi, Florida, California psychology, professor is one of three accusers at the same. Time cabinet is denying to new allegations. With more on that. Here's CBS's Bill Rakoff one of the incidents allegedly occurred in nineteen ninety eight or woman claims that cavenaugh shoved another woman violently against a wall while drunk in another claim that dates back to one thousand nine hundred five Rhode Island man says one of his friends was sexually assaulted on a boat in Newport harbor by two men named Marc. And Brent the man says he realized that one of the men was cavenaugh after seeing his yearbook picture on the news over the week. Weekend cavenaugh has forcefully denied both accusations. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. Also, a former girlfriend of Mark judge Kavanagh's high school friend is willing to speak to the FBI. Andy Senate Judiciary committee, Elizabeth resource says the judge told her he and other teens took turns having sex with drunken woman when they were in high school. Judging Cavanaugh have also denied any misconduct in relation to that. Who

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A rundown of the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

A rundown of the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh

"With the latest bombshell accusations against judge Cavanaugh the lead brought to you by Berge Ford off the US sixty and Mesa drive bombshell. Indeed, the most graphic of allegations yet coming up against judge Calvin on a third woman except for about an hour ago through her attorney to lodge allegations against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh accusing

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

15:44 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on WTVN

"Written by judge Cavanaugh to the Senate Judiciary committee, particularly the honorable Charles Grassley, the committee, chairman the honorable Dianne Feinstein, the ranking member, and what it indicates is that we have in Cavanaugh a fighter just light Trump. Oh, by the way. Apparently, I heard, ladies and gentlemen, I I assume that Amy Cavanaugh was Kavanagh's wife, the recipient of those despicable disgusting. Insulting emails actually, Amy cabinet must be one of his daughters, which makes it actually even worse. Wife's name is. Ashley. When I make a mistake. So infrequent that when I make a mistake. People just jump all over it a jump in there. They start pointing fingers a tell everybody. Most people are allowed to learn from their mistakes. Not I don't know. But I make them it's a serious serious breach. And I wouldn't even call that a mistake. I mean that was just. An incorrect assumption. The substance. However was not changed by whoever was sent those emails. I in this letter that Cavanaugh has written in the White House released this. So this is not cavenaugh into the White House. Standing by Cavanaugh Trump is standing by cabin in. This letter to Grassley and Feinstein Cavanaugh says I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process the coordinated effort to destroy my good name will not drive me out. The vile threats of violence against my family will not drive me out the last minute character. Assassinations will not drive me out deer chairman Grassley and ranking member finds nine when I testified in front of the Senate three weeks ago. I explained my belief that fair process is foundational to Justice and to our democracy. At that time. I sat before the committee for more than thirty one hours and answered questions under oath. I then answered more questions at a confidential session the following week. I responded to more than twelve hundred written questions more than have been submitted to all previous supreme court nominees combined. Twelve hundred one thousand two hundred letters questions that's more questions submitted in writing than all previous nominees have received combined. Only after that exhaustive process was complete denied learn through the news media. About a thirty six year old allegation from high school that had been asserted months earlier and withheld from me throughout the hearing process. I it was an anonymous allegation categorically and unequivocally denied soon after the accuser was identified. I repeated my denial on the record it made clear that I wished to appear before your committee. I then repeated my denial to committee investigators under criminal penalties for false statements. All of the witnesses identified by Dr Ford as being present at the party. She describes are on the record to the committee saying they have no recollection of any such party happening, by the way, that's true. The committee as investigators have been talking to these people while all this has been going on and all four of the people that Dr Ford names have denied being there. I asked to testify before the committee again under oath as soon as possible. So that both Dr Ford, and I could both be heard. I thank chairman Grassley for sheds ruling that hearing for Thursday. Last night another false and uncorroborated accusation from thirty five years ago was published once again those alleged to have been witnesses to the event deny it ever happened. There is now a frenzy to come up with something anything that will block this process and block a vote on my confirmation from occurring. These are smears, pure and simple. They debase our public discourse. But they are also a threat to any man or woman who wishes to serve our country. Such grotesque and obvious character assassination of allowed to succeed will dissuade competent and good people of all political persuasion from service. That's right. And that's exactly what the left wants. Make no mistake. The left would be happy. If all decent people punted. And said I want nothing to do with government. Nothing would make them happier. Judge Cavanaugh is exactly right about that. He continues as I told the committee during my hearing. A federal judge must be independent not swayed by public or political pressure. That's the kind of judge. I will always be I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process. They coordinated effort to destroy my good name will not drive me out. The vile threats of violence against my family will not drive me out the last minute character. Assassinations will not succeed I have devoted my career. Just serving the public and the cause of Justice and particularly to promoting the equality and dignity of women women from every phase of my life come forward to attest to my character. And I'm grateful to them. I owe it to them and my family to defend my integrity and my name. I look forward to answering questions from the Senate on Thursday. Sincerely, Brett Cavanaugh. Well, he may be there, but he'll be the only witness. Meaning I don't think Dr Ford will show up and particularly now, she's she got more reason not show up Cavanaugh simply refuses to go away. Cavenaugh simply will not admit it. Therefore, I can't I can't I can't I don't feel safe with him in. No, I can't I won't. Especially in the cabin August last. How about her stipulate conditions not under oath? Cavenaugh goes first cavenaugh can't be in the room. When I am. Yeah. It was a demand. If they agreed to that. Well, they didn't. They haven't. They didn't. But that's what I meant the first hour. They are standing. I don't know any America. The United States of America is a an exceptional different and unique country for a host of reasons. And at the top of the list of those reasons is our system of Justice the rule of law. The rule of law is what equalizers everybody in the eyes of Justice, which are blind by definition. And it is fundamental in our system that anybody accused is presumed innocent and the people doing the accusing half to prove it. Inten horn dictatorships in communist countries into -tarian regimes. It is true. That the accused is automatically guilty. This is what the left seeks. Particularly in politicized events, and since they've politicized everything. This is what they seek once accused a conservative is guilty, and we'll be denied. If they can do it a chance to prove innocence. But regardless the accused. Is guilty. The accuser need not provide evidence the accuser need, not provide corroboration the word of the accuser is all that is needed particularly in politicized events involving men and women that stands America on its head. If that ever became our rule of law that would be the end of the rule of law be the end of America as you, and I know that a criminal Justice system. It would be the end of any effort to exonerate oneself against any charge false legitimate. What have you the burden has always been on the accuser the prosecutor to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt? What the left is angling for is outside of court. The establishment that in politicized events. The accuser is always right because they are always going to be the accusers. It is part of their politics to accuse their opponents of crimes. Including. Thinking differently. Is a crime being conservative has become a crime on the left a prosecutable punishable offense. Witness a for this is Brett Cavanaugh prior to him. It was judge Bork. Ben came Clarence Thomas. So the American Justice system. Is in the process of being stood upside down, and it's been taking place in our educational system. I don't know how many generations at least one little generation is twenty to twenty five years. So maybe maybe as many as two generations of young people have been taught today. That the American system of Justice is destroying conservatives. Conservatives equal old white men who just need to shut up finally and go away and let everybody clean up the mess that they have made of the world. So the American system of Justice as taught to young skulls full of mush is destroying conservatives. However, and whenever that is what young people have been taught Justice is. And that's why such treatment of Cavanaugh is applauded. It's considered to be Justice because is guilty. He's a conservative. And that means he did whatever the left thinks of all concerned. He did it because he's concerned conservatives abuse women conservatives oppose women and minorities. Conservatives want you to suffer concert this. And that this is what people have been taught. I want to ask some of you question. I know you'll never be able to answer it. But I just want you to see the answer for yourselves in your lives. I got a note recently from a new grandmother. A woman's daughter has just given birth to a well twins. And the woman's daughter has several friends in the woman told me that her daughter in friends, not her daughter, daughters twins were for girls. She told me that young millennial new mothers. Feel very bad that their children are boys. In the age of Weinstein. And all of these sexual abusers. Stop and think about that. I they are. Are disappointed. That their child is a boy. Now, these are women who had the baby. So I know what you're thinking. Well, maybe they might start aborting. Yeah. Nothing would surprise me on that side of the score. But just the fact that because of media coverage of Weinstein, representing all men. See this is what the left does winds. The even though he's a liberal Democrat. Even though he's a clintonistas Weinstein has come to represent all men did a Leslie Moonves at CBS. They're all Liberal Democrats. Bill Clinton liberal Democrat. These are all guys who did it Bill. Cosby liberal Democrat. They're all Liberal Democrats. The guys who did it Clarence Thomas? Didn't do it. Cavenaugh? Didn't do it. But because of the coverage of this by the drive bys are no doubt. What these women were taught it women's studies classes. They now feel remorseful that their child is a little boy. Never heard to say that they're going to have to work really hard to raise a good young, man. This is how subtle it is. So young mothers think that they are raising young predators in waiting and they're frightened by it. Now who could make that happen who could cause that kind of an attitude. Among young mothers. Yep. That's right. The American left and the drive by media anyway as to Brett Cavanaugh thank God for his spine. Thank God for his backbone and his stick to witness and his. Well, he likes himself. He's not ashamed. He's not embarrassed. He does nothing to apologize for. And he is a perfect nominee from Donald Trump in. This regard. It will have no effect on the left, by the way. They will twist and turn his letter into confirmation. The allegations are true. Why else would he be so panicked? They will say why else would he go to such great lengths to defend himself weren't true? They will say I've been there. I've seen it. This is how they react. Look, we got cavenaugh. He wrote a letter. He's now denying it. That means we got him, and they'll start on this new thing that Cavanaugh has now admitted his culpability with this flat out denial must be worried that people are believing it. They will say. That's how it all works. I understand. Also that Senator Orrin Hatch is really really angry at all this last minute charade behavior going on by the accusers and their sponsors. I hope he's not the only one let's take another brief break. We'll be back..

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Kavanaugh tells senators he will not withdraw nomination

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

03:14 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh tells senators he will not withdraw nomination

"Whatever she has to say, let him say what he has to say. And at the end, the the senators will make a choice, President Trump laying out the basics for Thursday. Senate Judiciary committee hearing judge Brad Kavanagh on his accuser, Christine, Blasi Ford will testify senators. Let's get the latest now from ABC's. Karen Travers from the White House. Good morning. Karen, good morning. So. This all got pretty much finalized yesterday. Didn't it with her attorneys weighing in? Yeah. You know, the details are that'll be ten AM eastern time on Thursday, she'll testify first Cavanaugh would go after that. She is requested in her lawyers have requested that the committee. Call other witnesses, including Mark judge the man who she says was present for this who he has no recollection of it. It doesn't look like that's going to happen. The Republican committee members have certainly made clear the moving forward with these two witnesses the other issue that is unresolved from the Christine Blasi Ford end of things is whether or not it will be the Republican senators asking the questions of her all of them are male. Her lawyers have said that they believed that the senators have been dismissive of her story, and they want them to ask the questions, but there certainly been rumblings of outside counsel coming in to do it instead of them. Yeah. That's interesting chess match because I would have thought she would have wanted. Maybe what they offered a female attorney on the Senate side to question. But she says, no, she wants those senators to ask Kansas more complicated. Now in light of this. Accusation from Denver Ramirez who has Colorado ties. Yeah, it is in some ways because you have Diane Feinstein the ranking democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee calling for an immediate postponement of any further proceedings as she puts it related to the nomination of Brett Cavanaugh that could of course, include Thursdays, very intimidated testimony from Christine Blasi Ford and Cavanaugh himself. She is asking that this new allegation. Brought by Deborah Ramirez. Published yesterday in the New Yorker be referred to the FBI for investigation. They also the Democrats have been pushing for that for Christine Blasi Ford's allegation and the Republicans. I have not made those same calls. We know. Of course, the president has said he's not asking the FBI to do that. He thinks that it's just not what they're going to be moving forward on. Do you get a sense of if this accuser, the first accuser testified today, which way this the Senate panel would go I can't say at this point? I think a lot of very key votes are holding things close to the vest till they see exactly what she said. Says even the president last week was saying, you know, if she makes a credible case he would have to make a decision that was certainly caught a lot of people's years here in Washington. But right now, there's no rumblings that he's considering moving down his list that he had when he first was considering judge Cavanaugh earlier this summer this confirmation went from using the sports parlance to a slam dunk to a layup. Maybe a free throw. Now, it's getting like to the realm of a three point line. And I understand there's kind of seven senators that are somewhat hedging their bets at this point. Yeah. And you know, they're the senators that everybody has been focusing on even before all of this came out. What is Susan Collins going to do what is Lisa Murkowski going to do what are those senators the Democrats who are from red states who are up for reelection? Joe Manchin, Joe Donnelly, Heidi Heitkamp, those are the ones everybody's been keeping an eye on. And you know, I think everybody's just waiting to see how this plays out over the next three days. It's going to be very busy in Washington. This sure is thanks for laying. It all out for us. We

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Testimony by Kavanaugh accuser set; new allegation surfaces

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Testimony by Kavanaugh accuser set; new allegation surfaces

"As Dr Christine Blasi Ford prepares to tell the Senate of avenue alleged sexual assault by supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. There may be other accusers about to come forward. Attorney Michael avenue ATI tweeted tonight that he represents a woman with credible information regarding judge Cavanaugh and Mark judge and the New Yorkers reporting on a Yale classmate who claims capital exposed himself when they were freshmen he denies the allegations CBS's Eto O'Keefe while it appears there is an agreement for hearing on Thursday. That's a that's a long time from right now, a lot of things could change what's to say that Dr four doesn't make other requests that infuriate Republicans to the point where they decided to call a hearing what's to say that Republicans and the White House determine that the stakes are just too high in the perhaps cavenaugh should be withdrawn. In a statement Cavanaugh said the alleged event from thirty five years ago did not happen. This is a smear plain and

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High-stakes standoff between GOP and Kavanaugh accuser stretches into weekend

The Designer Yard Show with Bret Achtenhagen

01:05 min | 2 years ago

High-stakes standoff between GOP and Kavanaugh accuser stretches into weekend

"Today at two thirty eastern time. That's the new and latest deadline. The high stakes confrontation over whether Brett Kavanagh's accuser will testify before the Senate Judiciary committee, Christine Blasi, Ford's accusations and the standoff over the terms of her appearance have left Kavanagh's confirmation in limbo. The committee chairman Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa shrugging off responsibility for the extension onto the Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, if the hearing does take place as scheduled it'll be somewhat uncharted territory for a perspective supreme court Justice. The hearings for judge cavenaugh. Follow a new documentary about Ruth Bader Ginsburg string in a new era of unprecedented. Access into the life of someone on the nation's highest court university of Chicago supreme court scholar. David Strauss, culture celebrities kind of taken over everything. So it's in a way, not surprising. Take over. The supreme court to and they would get bids for their attention and be tempted by them and be tempted to be celebrities in a way is kind of inevitable. Strauss says the confirmation process for judge Cavanaugh is one of the most politically divided he's ever

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GOP thought it was winning Kavanaugh argument until Trump tweeted

Richard Eeds

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

GOP thought it was winning Kavanaugh argument until Trump tweeted

"President Trump's tweet contending if the sexual assault claimed against supreme court nominee. Brent Cavanaugh was that bad Christine Blasi Ford would have reported it thirty six years ago has caused a viral response Twitter is being flooded with angry responses to the hashtag why I didn't report and prompting this response from key Senate vote, Susan Collins rollers. Meanwhile, talks continue to have the accuser appear before the Senate Judiciary committee negotiation that continues to unfold the Senate Judiciary committee is now proposing a Wednesday hearing instead of Monday here, Dr Christine Blasi Ford's allegation that Brett Kavanagh sexually assaulted her decades ago. Cavanaugh denies that allegation. Ford had said she would appear on Thursday. She also wanna judge Cavanaugh to testify I and that they not be in the same room together. Santa Republicans want Ford to testify I there they're also proposing an outside counsel conduct. The questioning some Democrats are pushing back on that saying Senator should conduct their own

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KOMO

"News one thousand FM ninety seven seven President Trump is offering his thoughts to the people of the Carolinas Virginia and everyone else affected by hurricane Florence. He says his administration will not rest until the job is done in the aftermath of the killer. Storm nearly twenty thousand federal and military personnel are deployed to support response. Efforts along the southeast. Coast are incredible people that are going through a lot right now. After allegations that supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh sexually assaulted a woman while in high school many asked whether or not he should still be confirmed. ABC's George Stephanopoulos and political analyst Chris Christie talk about what the Republicans do. Now what Dr blassie's asking for a fair and thorough investigation. Is that a fair request? Well, yeah, except you you try to ask her how you define that. And she really wouldn't define it, man. I think that's part of the problem. When information comes out this late in the process now, I think the key George is going to be what do the Republican members of that committee? The Senate wants to have happened. That's what's going to define what's fair and thorough here. Democrats have politicized. This tremendously already. They announced they were against judge Cavanaugh before he even got on there to testify so par for the course on both sides. Absolutely true Sopo by point is that at this point. Now, they can't be seen as credible, especially, you know, Senator Feinstein's conduct in this is also. Questionable in terms of the way, it was handled. So I think it's gonna come up to the folks that you saw in the preview there folks, like Senator flake Senator corker Senator Murkowski Senator Collins, what do they consider to be a fair and thorough review? She certainly going to have to be interviewed whether that's just by staff or maybe some select members, and or the FBI that's probably going to be half to happen at a minimum because hear your former prosecutor this clearly couldn't be a criminal case right now the statute of limitations is long past. But the FBI is equipped to do a background investigation. Sure. And they have done a background investigation you presume that in the background investigation. This did not come up. And so that also tells you something maybe about the thoroughness of the FBI investigation or maybe about the credibility of these allegations. We don't know. But I think the other thing that we talk about an obviously the professor here needs to be heard needs to have her allegations looked at. But also, this is extraordinarily unfair jets Cavanaugh. This is an allegation that's thirty five plus years old. And now you're going to attempt to try to deal with that in a very truncated period of time. This is why people are reluctant to get in front of those committees, George and sit for Senate confirmation because this kind of bloodletting MS cats talked about bloodletting, the bloodletting is on both sides. Unfortunately in situations like this there's a newspaper with a controversial name in a small town in Missouri. The name includes the one planet in our solar system that probably still makes you laugh when you say, it ABC's, Scott Goldberg reports merriam Webster says you can pronounce the name of the seventh planet from the sun like this urinals, or like this Uranus and come on. Nobody says Uranus, including the people who run a side of the road tourist attraction town by the same name in the middle of Missouri, where they're calling a new newspaper be hearing this examiner says its publisher we had thought about constitution, but they went with examined are still working out the kinks. She said without irony. Now, the mayor of nearby waynesville says she's.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:22 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Us in their home for dinner during the holiday season tradition that continued for many years judge Kavanagh's devotion to training and mentoring female, and male leaders in the legal profession does not conclude at the end of a clerkship in his chambers. He's remained a close mentor to me providing advice at every major point in my career since the end of my clerkship more than eleven years ago and judge Cavanaugh also branches out to assist young lawyers far beyond the four corners of his clerk community. He presides over student moot. Court proceedings speaks the student associations and regularly teaches courses to students in law school campuses. Judge Kavanagh's record of mentoring young lawyers and his practice of hiring law. Clerks with diverse life experiences demonstrate his commitment to giving back to the legal profession and show that he has an open mind judge Cavanaugh knows the impact that members of the judiciary can have on the. Legal profession, the state of the law and individuals in the real world. Judges take an oath to decide cases, according to the law and the constitution the care for people and the legal system in its entirety can make a jurist and more careful modest in thoughtful judge judge Kavanagh's determination to consider all relevant issues and hear discussions from all sides. Also shows his humility and his commitment to equal Justice under the law during my clerkship. He approached each case with the same level of care, regardless of the identity of the litigants or the legal issues, presented he considered all relevant statutes precedent in history. And he was conscientious when writing his opinions he'd worked through scores of drafts. Wanting his opinions to be precise clearly written an excessive lit against in the public in the years since clerking for the judge I become a professor who teaches and writes in the areas of administrative law and the constitutional separation of powers and serving as a clerk for judge Cavanaugh prepared me to analyze issues rigorously. Right carefully. Consider all sides of an issue. Judge Kavanagh's fair application of the law his mentor ship of young lawyers and his commitment to constitutional principles and an independent judiciary demonstrate I believe that he'd be an excellent supreme court Justice, I strongly support his confirmation. Thank you. Professor shane. Thank you. Professor mascot. Thank you chairman Grassley, Senator Whitehouse in distinguished committee members. Thank you for the opportunity to address you today. This committee's consideration of any potential supreme court Justice inevitably immerses you in profound constitutional issues. No issue before you now is more important than judge Brett Kavanagh's approach to questions of presidential power and accountability. One straightforward constitutional principle frames any sound analysis of these questions that principle is that no one including the president is above the law. My concern is the judge cabinet both on and off the bench history. Stated for an extreme interpretation of the president's constitutional powers that could effectively undermine a president's accountability to law into this congress is by no means the view historically associated with conservative constitutionalism. In the coming years. The supreme court they face a hosted issues testing the justices commitment to a presidency subject to affective checks and balances some issues may arise because our president. And some of his closest associates stand at the center of an ongoing investigation of an election campaign tainted by covert foreign involvement in multiple potential crimes. Some issues have already emerged. Emerged because this president has refused to distance the performance of his public duties from those commercial activities that enrich his private fortunes. Let me lift some of these questions for you one is whether a president is potentially liable for obstruction of Justice. If he and according to the statute corruptly endeavors to influence obstruct or impede the due and proper administration of the law unquote to an official act. The president's lawyers say no is almost certainly both wrong and dangerous. Another is whether a president me relief himself of criminal liability through self pardon power. The President Trump has said he absolutely has a third is whether an incumbent president may be indicted while in office. A fourth issues with our congress or a court subpoena presidential records and even presidential testimony in connection with investigations into the two thousand sixteen campaign, a fifth is whether a president is constitutionally entitled to personally direct the activities of all federal criminal prosecutors, including special counsel, Robert Muller with regard to the president's business dealings. A case is already underway concerning the president's attempt to exempt himself from the reach of the constitutions emoluments clauses. The president takes the position that unless a payment is made to him personally for services rendered the prophets. He pockets from foreign and state governments patronizing his properties are not the business of this congress. I'm fearful of judge cavenaugh refereeing. These questions for three reasons first he explicitly adheres to the tenets of the theory of the constitution called unitary executive theory. This extreme theory could give the president total control over the actions and decisions. Any executive branch official if it became law. Congress would be unable for example to enact statutory limits on the scope of presidential supervisory power or an independent prosecutor is a theory subversive of effective checks and balances which misreads our constitutional history in which the supreme court has so far wisely rejected. Second judge Kavanagh's service in the George W Bush White House coincided with that administration's advocacy of a host of dangerous and unprecedented claims for the reach of presidential power during his first six years in office. President Bush raised nearly fourteen hundred constitutional reservations regarding roughly a thousand provisions of over one hundred statutes more objections more than three times the total number of objections raised by his forty two predecessors combined after judge Cavanaugh left his role as secretary the piece of Bush, signing statements slacked off this fact, raises the question to what degree judge Cavanaugh was responsible for urging unfounded claims of presidential power Are-are. She's been radio programming from Friday finally while on the bench. Judge cavenaugh has approach issues of executive power with an advocates agenda is most important opinions on the DC circuit rooted in unitary executive theory appeared in cases, where the court had no. Need to reach constitutional issues at all he has shown himself willing to craft constitutional doctrine from whole cloth in order to advance his pre commitment to extreme presidentialism. Our current president daily expresses his contempt for democratic institutions and the rule of law. He believes that all three branches of government, not to mention the press in the private sector Shaquille to his personal command. He chased at the constitution's constraints on his power. Now is a dangerous moment to elevate. The supreme court Justice who would weaken the president's accountability to law have elaborated on these points in my written testimony and be happy to discuss them further in response to your questions. Thank you so much before state university law. Professor Peter, Shane five minutes. I'd like to since this is I'm going to turn this over to Senator Kennedy to finish the meeting he'll moderate. But I thought I want to first of all thank the whole panel for participating. And then I want to thank all my colleagues on the committee both Republican democrat for their cooperation throughout these four days of hearings and except for the first Howard fifteen minutes on Tuesday. They all went very well. So. Lieven that went well in the end. He's looking at us Senator y. So anyway, I do appreciate the cooperation that we've had the last the last thirty one and a half hours. Yes. My first question is to professor how you doing and professor chain chain. And this isn't a question that I had my staff prepare, but both of us spoke, very highly of the fear of presidential power. And what he thinks about that. So I'm asking him more of a process question than substance question is it is it because you fear having a voice like that on the supreme court under any conditions, or is it because you think that his being on the supreme court may make a majority. Understanding the present eight members of the committee that that would make a majority and make it more dangerous and just having one voice. Microphone. I've been worried about presidential power for decades and across administrations. And so it isn't just the present moment. Although the present moment does make me more fearful of presidential power. It is striking. I will say even having said that I will say that there will be a clear five Justice majority for what I consider to be quite extreme views about presidential power. Lisa. Hi, Andrew Jackson university. Have anything to add professor Jean to what she said, very microphone, my views would be very similar, and I would echo what Mr. dean said that I worry about having the most executive power indulgent supreme court since the end of World War Two. Professor white. I think you've heard a question I asked the last panel we've had people express their constitutional rights in demonstrating at this hearing you've had my colleagues ASCA views about whether or not. Judge Cavanaugh has any concern about people in less means and you heard it specifically from people on the previous panel. So how do you feel his experience shows or doesn't show that he has those would take those concerns into mind? Well, the challenge for any judge is to see the case at hand through the eyes of all parties to the case and those who are affected by the case administrative law real challenge, I teach it. And before that, I practiced it at a real challenge is to see administrative law through the eyes of those who are regulated as much as through the eyes of the regulator. It's easy to be a professor, right? It'd be a high powered lawyer and see yourself as someday wielding the power of an agency. And of course, you want to be independent. Of course, you want the courts to defer to you. But knowing that regulatory power has significant impacts on not just big corporations, but on landowners, homeowners farmers. Right. That's important as well. And so when the supreme court in recent cases, became more critical of the impositions on land owners claiming authority to regulate wetlands when judge Cavanaugh took pause at the impacts that the unprecedented program for greenhouse gas regulations could have on small businesses churches, the fell within the regulatory am. But the was claiming those two I think deserve to be part of this conversation about the impact of government power on people without the means to fight back against it. Adam white Hoover Institution. Thank you. And Mr. Clement. Since you appear so much before courts. And I guess I said ninety cases you've argued before the supreme court. Tell me what type of a judge. You see judge are being during his time during the times of oral arguments. The chairman Grassley, I think he's been an exemplary judge on the bench. I think I would describe him as an active judge, but he actively questions both sides. I think it's an active questioner he is going to fit right in where he confirmed to the supreme court. I think the supreme court right now is about the hottest bench that the supreme court has ever been. I think each of the last justices that have been confirmed by this committee have tended to ask more questions than the Justice they replaced. So I think he will he will fit right into what he referred to as the team of nine. And I think from an advocates perspective, that's what you want. You want somebody who's going to push you. But it's gonna push your adversary in the argument and ask the hard questions of both sides. And I think that's what you would get with. That's what you're already getting with judge Cavanaugh on the DC circuit. And I think that's what you would see on supreme court of the United States, Senator Whitehouse. Thank you chairman. Mr dean. I don't know if you've been watching the hearings, but my..

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Two Milwaukee an iheartradio Unity in the administration. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. President Trump again slamming the anonymous person who wrote a scathing op Ed about him in the New York Times, call me at lies, and that it's not a senior member of his cabinet role saying, you know, it's got to be at a fairly low level because so many people today I was just coming out. And I see all the people that are saying such great things we have a lotta love the administration, president speaking to FOX and friends ahead of a rally in Montana wants to rally kicked off he talked about the confirmation hearings for his supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh country is now seen his amazing intellect at is brilliant legal minds. Judge Cavanaugh deserves overwhelming bipartisan support, and I think he's going to be one of our truly great supreme court justices. President in Montana and supportive Senate candidate Matt Rosen DAL judge Kavanagh's hearing is still going on democrat Kamala Harris told judge Brad Kavanagh. She had reliable information. He had a conversation about the Muller investigation with somewhat at Marc Kasowitz his law firm. She pressed a supreme court nominee. If that's true. Are you referring to a specific person? I'm referring to a specific subject and the specific person I'm referring to as you Cavanaugh replied, the answer is no the question came after other Democrats raised concerns about Kavanagh's independence, and how he'd handle potential legal challenge involving President Trump reaching the supreme court. Fox's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill Forty-five miles of I five in Shasta County, California. It will remain closed until at least tomorrow morning due to a growing wildfire in the Sierra Nevada's the California Highway Patrol warns drivers and truckers to avoid the area. If possible Fox News fair. And balanced..

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"News i'm alex bregman illinois governor bruce rounder says he supports president trump's nomination of brett cavanaugh to the us supreme court i believe he is highly experienced well qualified for the position and i hope that his nomination is voted on approved expeditiously rhonda rabin's those worried about a roe v wade showdown that last year he signed a bill protecting abortion rights in illinois regardless of what happens at the federal level missouri governor mike parson also applauds the choice saying in a statement quote the senate should move swiftly to confirm judge kavanagh who's eminently qualified and a proven conservative and quote meantime alison executive director for nero prochoice missouri was among several protesting the pick downtown tuesday that the nomination of judge cavanaugh is deeply concerned concerning not only to gut roe v wade but also the affordable care act she's calling on us senators roy blunt and claire mccaskill to oppose kavanagh's nomination after four years at forest park fair saint louis return to the arch grounds was apparently a success based on sales and revenues it's now estimated more than three hundred thousand people attended the fair that's about fifty thousand more than attended last year at forest park fair general chairman james bolt says he and fair goers liked the move back down to the gateway arch there was a little bit of a learning curve both for us and for the national park service but we had a pretty good plan in place that we disagree tweaking after the fourth of july and readjusted just a few little things but i think the arch grounds and the surrounding city areas worked out really really well we'll says according to feedback including on social media fair goers enjoyed what was offered at the fair including the musical acts at the old courthouse brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty k a malek's mostly sunny and hot our forecast for wednesday but it'll be a little less humid with a high around ninety four back down to seventy two overnight wednesday thursday mostly sunny with a high ninety four i'm alex kmox news.

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"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"judge cavanaugh" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"More qualified for this position and no one more deserving president trump announcing he'll nominate federal appeals court judge breath kavanagh to fill the supreme court vacancy created by the retirement of justice anthony kennedy he was judge kavanagh's boss once while the judge worked as a supreme court law clerk on his judicial philosophy judge cavanaugh says judges should interpret the law not right must interpret statute says written and a judge must interpret the constitution as written informed by history and tradition and precedent within moments of the announcement the vocal opposition began from outside trump tower in new york to outside the supreme court in dc those who stand against judge kavanagh's nomination made their voices heard among them in washington vermont independent senator bernie sanders says a tough fight fight that we can't new jersey democratic senator cory booker says he will urge votes against judge cavanaugh to this justice to say piloting a supreme court judge cavanaugh begins his meetings with senators on capitol hill today grenell scott federal judge in los angeles says no the administration cannot detain children with their parents caught crossing the border illegally the administration is mulling an appeal later today fifty four immigrant children under the age of five who were separated from their parents will be reunited under a san diego federal judges order the kids and their parents will then be released into the us but the government admits they will not meet today's deadline for reuniting dozens of other kids because many of their parents have either been deported or released their whereabouts are uncertain fox news fair and balanced.

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