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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"It is just a mess. I'm Rebecca Missouri's our next report at six fifty one on ten ten wins wins news time, six forty two. It was dramatic and at times contentious from the Senate confirmation hearings the FBI investigation and today the Senate floor vote the Senate voted to confirm judge Brad Kavanagh to the supreme court. Correspondent Chuck Seaver. Stan final vote fifty s forty-eight no-votes one voting present Alaska Republican Murkowski. All day. These anti cavenaugh protesters outside the capitol and the supreme court may continue. Baldwin. Some of these protesters were removed from the Senate chamber during the confirmation votes. Hear them in the background Justin Walker and assistant professor at the university of Louisville clerk cabinet will Walker was asked about Kavanagh's judicial temperament that some of called into question because of his comments at the last hearing criticism of judge Kavanagh's temperament was all face. I think that he expressed outrage about an outrageous process, and I'm glad he did eventually five to four conservative majority on the supreme court. President Trump watched the vote Saturday and his private cabin aboard Air Force One as he flew to a campaign rally in Kansas. Speaking to reporters after getting off Air Force One into Pika, Kansas. President Trump said he has congratulated cabin on praise. The FBI for their work investigating the sexual misconduct allegations. I want to thank the F B. I thought the FBI was incredible. They worked hard. They worked really fast. And I hear the report was was really detailed zero professional reports. I want to thank them. I want to thank the Justice department because they also they were working along with the FBI, really hard, really fast..

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Mitch McConnell moves Senate closer to vote on Kavanaugh nomination

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Mitch McConnell moves Senate closer to vote on Kavanaugh nomination

"Majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate received the FBI report on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh, and he took a procedural steps to begin voting on the nomination. So I'm filing cloture on judge Kavanagh's nomination this evening. So the process can move forward as I indicated earlier this week. No confirmation vote could come on Saturday. Meantime, hundreds of law professors say the Senate should not confirm Cavanaugh the group of six hundred fifty law. Professors says that quote Cavanaugh displayed a lack of judicial temperament which should be disqualifying for any court, and certainly for elevated to the highest court in the land. The letter goes onto say they are United in believing that Cavanaugh did not display impartiality requisite to sit on the highest

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Now, that's triple the amount of information that they've ever gotten about any other supreme court nominee. After judge Kavanagh's confirmation hearings. He responded to nearly one thousand three hundred written questions from senators that's more questions that we've had for every other supreme court nominee in history combined. Combined. Judge Cavanaugh has served on the circuit court here in the district of Columbia the second highest court in the land for twelve years. He's written opinions in three hundred cases. If anyone wants to know how act as a judge they should look at how he's already acted as a judge for the past dozen years. These are the documents that matter these are the ones that tell you how he approaches being a judge. People can look at the thirteen cases where the supreme court adopted judge Kavanagh's reason, that's how much respect other. Judges and justices have for his careful and compelling decisions. Senator John Barrosso Washington. Democrats don't seem to care about any of this. Democrats got the documents that they ask for. So they just changed their demands. Now, you can see how transparent Democrats have been by looking at what they said last week. As late as last Friday morning. The Democrats were saying we should for a week. So Senator Schumer said Senator Feinstein other members of the judiciary committee. I said let's pause for one week. So as Republicans said that we would do that the democrat said not good enough. So it doesn't matter. What happens in that week? They're still voting though, because it was never refer them about finding the truth. For many. It was never about even the name of the nominee because they came out opposing him before his name was even placed in nomination by the president. This has always been about the far left wing of the democrat party doing as they've described it, whatever it takes to push their talking points. It's now all about the politics of personal destruction..

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Mitch McConnell Takes Key Step Toward Kavanaugh Vote

Chad Benson

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Mitch McConnell Takes Key Step Toward Kavanaugh Vote

"Law McConnell has taken a procedural step to start voting on bread. Kavanagh's supreme court nomination. Cloture on judge Kavanagh's nomination this evening. So the process can move forward. As I indicated earlier this week. The move means senators will vote Friday on whether to limit debate on Kavanagh's nomination setting up a possible. Final votes. Saturday senators are expected to have access to the F B I background investigation into sexual misconduct claims against cavenaugh starting tomorrow morning. You were given a week, and they finished ahead of time in part because their investigation was limited by the Senate Judiciary committee Republicans and the White House to the very specific quote credible unquote, allegations

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Classmate of judge Kavanagh's retracting his support. He joins me exclusively tonight reverberations as well from the New York Times tax fraud story, and we'll take a deeper look into what is now being exposed as decades of fraud and conning also lawmaker who wants to get Trump's tax returns joins me as well. But we begin with the cabinet investigation. It is getting increasingly tense on Capitol Hill. The cavenaugh probe hits the homestretch Senator Cory Senator corker I should say saying today, that Republicans are expecting the FBI to send the transcripts of these interviews that they have done. They're going to send them in today. So a lot happening right now and we'll be tracking the response. The questions about the independence of the probe though, have also been mounting one source telling NBC. There's frustration inside the FBI. That key leads are not being pursued and dozens of relevant witnesses may never way Republicans still plan the vote this week. Many want the FBI report to be publicly released. Well, some of the same protests that were so effective on Friday are continuing today, increasing tension around the Senate. You're seeing police. Police, they're escorting Senator Collins. They have now been routinely escorting many different lawmakers given the ongoing protests and the sensitivity. So that is the heat, how is everyone taking it? Well, that's really our top story and where we begin how this pressure right now appears to be unnerving, Donald Trump and potentially boosting the odds of some of the anti cabinet. Protesters Trump reverting to old form outing himself by mocking Dr Ford at his Thursday rally, and that, of course, contradicts his own claim that he respected her position from just one day earlier. You cannot say that we've done anything, but be respectful and I do, and I respect her position very much. I respect her position very much what he's going through thirty six years ago. This happened, I had one beer, right? I had one. Well, do you think it was? There was one beer. Good. How did you get home? I don't remember. How'd you get there? Remember, where is the place? I don't remember how many years ago was it? I don't know..

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A deal to close and replace line five in the straits mackinac straits of mackinac alive and local report coming up from WWE j Ron, Dewey and Senate leaders are trading barbs over the Brad Kavanagh vote. We'll have the very latest from CBS news. CBS news update, but top Republican and democrat in the Senator sounding off on the breadth Cavanaugh supreme court nomination. About getting to the truth or giving anyone a fair hearing. It's all been about one day, the far-lefts hunger to bring down judge Kavanagh's nomination by any means necessary, GOP leader, Mitch McConnell, New York. Democrat Chuck Schumer is galling. Appalling to here day after day, the majority leader get on his high horse about delay. When he almost invented the word when it came comes to judicial nominations key. Senate Republicans who are undecided on cavenaugh are critical of President Trump's mocking of the accounts by accuser, Christine, Blasi four. How'd you get there? And I remember where is the place. I don't remember Amazon's Jeff flake says it was kind of appalling CBS news update, I'm Steve Kafer, and you're listening to w w j NewsRadio nine fifty some developing news from up north. But I it's a slow drive on to seventy five this morning. Let's check in with WWE, Tracy mccaskill and we're continuing to monitor this spot. Again, southbound I seventy five from Ford road to cherry hill. You're only managing to make it by in the right lane. Traffic backups continue to joy road tried taking haircut. He rode south to Michigan avenue head east to get back onto.

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The inquiry into judge Kavanagh's background. That's being conducted by the FBI. You're hearing terms like expansive. The fact is the president actually use the phrase comprehensive. But I think it's very important. To point out what this is. And what this is not this is not a criminal investigation. So let let's go back to the basics of what we have here. This is not an ongoing criminal investigation. This is a background investigation. Not that it's not important. But it has the president wants it to be comprehensive. Any what does that mean? Comprehensive main former US attorney, it means follow all the leads to where they take you comprehensive means is someone says something you check it out. And you check it out again, follow all the leads to see where the facts, take you. But this is not an I don't think it really should be couched in terms of a criminal investigation. There has been no allegation of a crime cognizant in the federal system. The FBI is continuing really to do its background investigation of this nominee, Jordan. How do you see it? Now. We're on Tuesday. Yeah. Oh, it's supposed to we're going to go over with Dan and a little bit over the schedule. But how do you see it right now, laying timing is very important here. I think that you know, dragging this out for pass this. Week week. It is very difficult for the American people because this is the story that has big pounded every single day. I think it just gives more times to those who oppose judge have not because of these allegations, by the way, but because there was judicial philosophy th they oppose to come up with more people more information. So this FBI investigation, which I'm sure is has been thorough and comprehensive deeds to come to a closed out as Jim admitted they could easily do this seven day window that they've been given. He didn't like the seven day with nobody said, they could do it. So you've got the FBI are this, which is what the Democrats said they wanted. Now it's ever going to be enough for them. But let's get the report to the White House to the city Jewish or. Let them read it. Let them see it. And then have a vote where do you see it right now, Harry? Well, it's important to note that the supreme court commenced its term this week yesterday. And yet the nominee's confirmation remains on hold pending the FBI's background check at the same time. The attacks on the nominee are multiplying. The latest attacks suggests that he threw ice at someone in a bar. And so it's also important to take a step back and look at the primary allegations a number of them are beginning to fall apart. So the Democrats are going to continue to ask for more and more investigations. They want the FBI to interview more and more people. So he faces difficult hurdles going forward. I think there's going to be a ship. You're seeing a shift of strategy on where this is going in the next twenty four hours. I'm gonna talk about that after the break, then you just came out of a series of meetings. I'll give it what is your best assessment right now where things are. Well, Senator McConnell said there would be a vote this week, endurance. Correct. It needs to happen this week. Jay, I do believe it's going to because here, here's why the president wants all the information out, rightfully so. But ultimately once that information is out J the constitution gives the United States Senate the duty to decide they need a vote. And I think that votes gonna happen this week. We're going to talk about all of this where this is actually going what I think.

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on AP News

"Radio news. I'm Tim Maguire. The White House says the FBI agents involved in the background check of sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh can talk with anyone they want President Trump's telling reporters he has an open mind about the investigation. But he's a good man with a family. I think he's been treated horribly Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says he and other senators should hear from the FBI before the Senate votes on cabinet nomination, we hoped the FBI will be available to brief the Senate on the results of the investigation before a final floor vote. Democrats are not interested in delay for the sake of delay. This can all be completed quickly. But it must be done. Right. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the vote will be held later this week, Tom for I'm structured. I've come to a close. Judge Kavanagh's nomination committee. We're considering it here on the floor. Mr President will be voting. This way, you ask Mexico and Canada have a new trade agreement the AP saga megani has details. E most important trade deal we've ever made by far the president says NAFTA is no more. Now, it's the US Mexico Canada agreement US MCA saying at a rose garden celebration the deal covering more than a trillion dollars in trade will send money pouring into the US and healthy other two nations. It will transform North America back into a manufacturing powerhouse. But while he's going to sign it by late November. He's not at all confident. Congress will ratify it pending. What happens in the midterm elections? Saying Democrats will play politics and refused to approve whatever he likes saga megani. Washington. This is A P. Radio news. A New Jersey man has died of a rare brain infection caused by an amoeba. Mike Rossier has more personnel from the centers for disease control and prevention conducted a range of tests that the BS our cable parks surf resort in Waco, Texas in search of the presence of a rare brain eating amoeba. That's blamed for the death of a New Jersey. Tourist late last month. Twenty nine year old for visuals to Beale died on September twenty first after falling ill with Nick Larry followed by authorities. Haven't said, Gwen exactly STA BIL visited the surf resort, but the CDC says symptoms generally start about five days after infection with death occurring about five days later. People are usually infected when contaminated water enters the body through the nose I Mike Rossier. The parents of a nine year old North Texas girl who has cancer obtained a fourteen day temporary court order today to block a Fort Worth hospital from disconnecting the daughter from life support doctors at cook children's medical center had planned to remove Peyton sim summons from the life support today. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. Lounge presents an evening progressive box. Oh, what a great honor.

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The FBI has one week to investigate Brett Kavanaugh

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:12 min | 1 year ago

The FBI has one week to investigate Brett Kavanaugh

"Investigating sexual misconduct allegations against Brad Kavanagh. The agency has one week to complete the task President Trump at a rally in coal country. Wheeling West Virginia mentioning his supreme court nominee had a patriotic make America great again rally a vote to confirm judge Kavanagh's vote to confirm one of the most accomplished legal minds of our time jurist with a sterling record of public service. Then the president goes on to bash Democrats, honestly, the Democrats are disgraced they are. And he names progressive Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren who's reportedly thinking about running in twenty twenty Oklahoma's Elizabeth Warren, she's considered like a conservative person, these people they'd gone crazy. They've got local. This is

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The FBI has one week to investigate Brett Kavanaugh

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:12 min | 1 year ago

The FBI has one week to investigate Brett Kavanaugh

"Investigating sexual misconduct allegations against Brad Kavanagh. The agency has one week to complete the task President Trump at a rally in coal country. Wheeling West Virginia mentioning his supreme court nominee had a patriotic make America great again rally a vote to confirm judge Kavanagh's vote to confirm one of the most accomplished legal minds of our time jurist with a sterling record of public service. Then the president goes on to bash Democrats, honestly, the Democrats are disgraced they are. And he names progressive Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren who's reportedly thinking about running in twenty twenty Oklahoma's Elizabeth Warren, she's considered like a conservative person, these people they'd gone crazy. They've got local. This is

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

Purity Products

03:30 min | 1 year 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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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"NewsRadio. Ten thirty where the news never stops. WBZ? News time, twelve o'clock. Good afternoon. Everyone have sixty five degrees in Boston temperature going up to a high of sixty nine today. Traffic and weather together coming up, I'm Trump Sherman. WBZ news. Our top story at noon, the FBI investigation at the supreme court nominee. Brett caviar is underway. As expected there's partisan debate over accusations against him CBS news update as the FBI investigates sex assault allegations facing supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh, Democrats and Republicans hit the Sunday morning talk shows, Arkansas Republican Senator Tom cotton spoke CBS's face the nation for three months. The Democrats have turned the advise and consent process into a search and destroy. Roy mission. These allegations are completely unsupported by any evidence. What evidence there is to a thirty six year old claim all support judge Kavanagh's denial? Democrats say Friday Senate committee hearing featuring testimony from cavenaugh and one of his accusers, Dr Christine Blasi Ford was necessary. What this was about was the dignity of the court the dignity of the Senate that we get to the bottom of facts. Minnesota democratic Senator Amy klobuchar spoke on CNN about Ford's credibility. I haven't been able to interview the witnesses that are there. But what I did find was that. She seemed very compelling CBS news update. I'm Wendy Gillette. President Trump's highly anticipated meeting with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein could be delayed. Again, the two were expected to meet this week. But White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, speaking on Fox News Sunday said she could see the meeting being pushed back another week. Given the continued focus on the Brett cavenaugh supreme court nomination, Rosenstein. Job. Maybe in question following reports he discussed possibly secret recording of President Trump and invoking the constitution's twenty-fifth amendment to remove him from office, President Trump and Rosenstein spoke by phone last week when the president was in New York, the president said then that Rosenstein denied the reports and that he'd certainly prefer not to fire Rosenstein, Senator Elizabeth Warren finally admits she might run for president..

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Jeff Flake's call for FBI investigation throws wrench in Kavanaugh's plans

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Jeff Flake's call for FBI investigation throws wrench in Kavanaugh's plans

"Senate Republicans agreed to delay. Brad Kavanagh supreme court confirmation vote to allow one week f. FBI investigation into sexual assault claims against the nominee. The move followed a demand by Republican Senator Jeff flake of Arizona that Christie Blasi Ford's claim of sexual assault in high school be investigated. Cavanaugh categorically denies this. For more on how this unfolded in the Senate. We turn to Bloomberg news White House reporter, Justin sink, Justin. What happened what Sarah flake did really wraps up the hole pressure on the president? And Senator Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, it really will make it tough sledding for Republicans, and especially the swing Republicans going forward. And let's just talk about the rules of the Senate here because they're critical, and we no longer have the sixty vote requirement on nominations for the you know, the to end filibuster to end debate the nuclear option was triggered. It's now just fifty one votes. However, I believe it does take fifty one votes still in a divided Senate. And that would include a vote from the vice president. To to advance the nomination. And so if flake is a no Pence could vote. Yes. And I guess they could move. The math gets really challenging here for for Republicans. Yeah. Well, it goes back to the central question, which is that which is how many Republicans are willing to slow the strain down Jeff flake who we've kind of seen as on the fence throughout this process has raised his hand. He's not enough to do it on his own. So will all the Democrats one? He just needs one more person. Exactly, I it seems very likely the Democrats will join him. And let's just wanna read from the statement here. Just for a moment that Senator flake put out. Announcing that he would he would vote in the committee to allow judge Kavanagh's nomination to move forward. He said that it was based on the presumption of innocence in the law absence of cooperating evidence that binds us to the rule of law, and while some may argue that a different standard should apply regarding the senate's advice, advice and consent responsibilities. I believe the constitution's provisions of fairness and due process apply here as well. But he also said in the statement that he heard that the compelling from Dr the testimony from Dr Ford west compelling, and that he left the hearing with as much doubt as

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FBI to investigate Kavanaugh sexual misconduct claims

Sisters In Law with Janice and Davida Mathis

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

FBI to investigate Kavanaugh sexual misconduct claims

"The FBI will investigate sexual misconduct claims against supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh Trump ordered the probe saying will be limited in scope and completed in less than a week. The move delays a confirmation vote on Kavanagh's nomination approved Friday by the Senate Judiciary committee, Trump lodge, Dr Christine blazey Ford's testimony. I thought her testimony was very compelling. And she looks like a very fine woman to look very fine woman. Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch Friday pushed his colleagues to take action. And frankly, we've reached a point where it's time to end the circus. It's time to show some dignity around here. It's time to vote ranking member Dianne Feinstein, pans, judge Kavanagh's. Thursday testimony candidly in the twenty five years on this committee. I have never seen a nominee for any position behave in that

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One of judge Kavanagh's accuser. CBS news as more next on the embattled nominees prospects of being confirmed to the supreme court, and I'm Keith men Coney on the free flu shot fares. Coming to Santa Clara county, we want to prevent many people from getting sick as possible. Good morning. I'm Jennifer Hodges. CBS news is coming up next. KCBS news time now nine thirty one. CBS news update the FBI is investigating claims of sexual misconduct against court nominee. Brad Kavanagh a probe that has stopped his confirmation process in its tracks. The Zeke Miller says the nomination would have failed without this investigation. According to Republican leaders said they did not have the votes to they have a lot more work to do that meant that they the White House and the president is going to have to give something to that. In that case here, it is this supplemental FBI background investigation. Former FBI agent Manny Gomez says this is a limited information gathering probe they make conclusions. If it's a criminal matter. They will not on this because it is not they will simply do the the the investigation and submit their findings to the Senate and the president Senator Patty Murray had the Democrats weekly address has truly nothing to hide and he truly wants the facts come out. He should welcome this. They should hold more hearings with the women who have come forward. Cavanaugh says he will cooperate CBS news update. I'm Bill Rakoff. KCBS news time nine thirty two is our news Newswatch continues national guard troops ordered to patrol the California. Mexico. Border will remain there for another six months governor Brown extended the mission to nab gangs, human traffickers, and smugglers. The governor and President Trump initially clashed over the deployment, which Brown says involves no involvement and immigration enforcement. The California national guard says those orders will stand through the end of the deployment in may. Gun shows will continue at the cow palace at least for the time being as KCBS as Megan gold speed reports a Bill that would have banned them has been vetoed for the third time. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed one of those vetoes, and this is the second signed by governor Jerry Brown this time. It was Senator Scott wieners. Bill. Disappointing the governor Brown vetoed. The Bill I have enormous respect for the governor. I disagree on this issue. We are committed to ending the gun shows, and and we have broad support in the community. And we're not giving up India's veto note, the governor said it should be up to the cow palace board of directors who they allow to rent out the venue. That's a big stumbling block for Weiner, help palace board of directors. For decades now has lured the local community has been a bad neighbor in hosting shows when the local community. Does not want to gun shows. For one simple reason, he says they're being murdered in school. People are being murdered with guns in their churches. It's out of control. And and the only way we're ever going to reduce gun violence in this country is to reduce the number of guns making gold, speak KCBS Santa Clara valley medical center is helping the south bay to get a jump on flu season with a series of free flu vaccine fares for adults that start today. KCBS reporter Keith men Coney has more director of primary care at valley medical center. Andrea survey says that with flu season beginning in October a good time to get the flu shot would be well right about now. It takes two weeks richer, really, protect you fully. So that's mid October already. Of course, getting a shot is a hassle and a pain. So survey says sometimes people who have never had the flu need some convincing on the other hand. Usually once you've been sick. Once that's the last time. You miss your flu shot. On a positive note. It looks like more and more. People are getting the message that the flu vaccine saves lives. We do keep records of this. And we have been doing better year over year, and we've been much more aggressive about offering them in our pharmacies last year. Of course was particularly bad flu season about eighty thousand people died from the illness in the US survey says at this point, we have no idea how bad this year will be so for now she says we hope for the best and tell people to wash their hands and cover their costs. And of course, get vaccinated Keith Makoni KCBS time to get out of the house. Here's the chronicles Tom stints trial with this weekend's outdoors report on KCBS weather has been great boating on the bay delta and local has been stellar warm days. No wind and wide open. Spaces ahead school is back in session. Now's the time to go back to school yourself. 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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on WLAC

"A reversal. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News after calls for four eight from several senators on both sides of the aisle. President Trump ordering an FBI investigation into judge rent Cavanaugh. Fox's Piazza has more live, according to a tweet from White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, the president is ordering a supplemental investigation that will be quote limited in scope and lasts less than a week. The Senate Judiciary committee approved a full Senate vote on Cavanaugh. But with the condition that there was a delay four and FBI investigation into allegations of sexual assault against Kevin up Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee, like Amy klobuchar have been calling for it all week is he afraid of if we just spend one week looking at the evidence Cavanaugh says he will cooperate with any additional inquiries Christine. Blasi Ford's lawyer says she welcomes this investigation. Lisa joy earlier, the president commented on yesterday's testimony from Christine Blasi four daughter. Testimony was very compelling, and she looks like a very. Fine woman to me. Very fine. One judge Kavanagh's testimony. Likewise was. Really something that I haven't seen before. It was incredible. It was an incredible moment. Testimony lasted over eight hours yesterday. North Dakota jury acquitting a man accused of helping to kill a woman whose baby was cut from her womb? William Hain charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the August. Twenty-seven death of twenty two year old savannah, gray wind farm, Hanes ex girlfriend. Brooke crews pleaded guilty earlier in gray winds, death, and is serving life in prison Haynes admitted to helping cover up the crime but said he knew nothing of the murder plot. Wall Street at the close the Dow added eighteen points, the NASDAQ rose four the S and P little changed tesla plunged thirteen point nine percent after federal regulators soccer a movie Lon Moscow CEO accusing him of securities fraud. Fox.

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Trump takes to twitter minutes after Kavanaugh testimony

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"People have and there are people who are sympathetic to your client who are critics of judge Cavanaugh, who thinks that it would be better to have accusers come forward with lawyers who are not involved in partisan political warfare against this president. Well, I completely disagree our look. There's a reason why p people continue to reach out to me and asked me to represent them, and I'm presuming it's because I'm affected. I'm presuming it's because I have. Over a billion dollars verdicts and settlements. I'm presuming it's because we've been a very effective and I would say, incredible advocates for our client stormy Daniels, we didn't get results. We wouldn't be hired. So you know those individuals that think that our clients and hire someone else, I don't know what to tell them. I mean, we've been affected, we get resolved. It's just that simple. You mentioned your client, miss wet, Nick and the declaration which was released today, I'll read from it and try to get to the bottom of some of this. It's so important of because she says in point thirteen in this declaration and approximately nine hundred eighty two quote, I became the victim of one of these quote gang rapes where Mark judge and Brad Kavanagh were present, and she goes on to allege a serious misconduct. But even if true, is this essentially an allegation that judge Cavanaugh was a witness to something that was criminal that he was in a place he should not have been or. Or is there in here an allegation of an actual criminal conduct by judge Cavanaugh at that. Here's what I'm going to say. I'm not at liberty to get into further details relating to that paragraph. The words are on the page. I urge everybody to read the words when my clients sits down with the FBI and hopefully that'll be within the next twenty four hours. That's what we want. She's gonna provide additional details lady that paragraph, we're hopeful that judge Kavanagh's going to sit down with the FBI, but let me also say this Ari, there's twelve hundred paragraphs to that declaration. And even if you took out that paragraphs, the facts of the evidence set forth in the other paragraphs are very, very disturbing. And our ended up themselves disqualifying of this man to ever serve on the US supreme court. I think that certainly view that many legal experts and many judicial experts hold because we are talking about a promotion at two point we've made. But when you say you're going to let this sit the time for letting this sit is over, you are her lawyer. You're speaking out in public. And the question I post you before I let you go to be very clear to give you an opportunity here because other people are speaking out the judge and misfortunes are of course testifying under oath. Tomorrow is, does this in your view, is her lawyer alleged criminal conduct by Mr. Cavanaugh or not. Ari, I believe the declaration interrogation after paragraph, alleges, criminal, conduct against judge Cavanaugh. And that's one of the reasons why we are seriously considering filing criminal charges relating to judge Kavanagh's conduct as well as that of Mark. Judge, Michael naughty an attorney in the news and for the first time, as far as we know attacked by the president by name at a press conference tonight, taking time to call and taking time to deal with some of the questions. I appreciate that as always sort of..

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Brett Kavanaugh is hard to believe

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

03:19 min | 1 year ago

Brett Kavanaugh is hard to believe

"I like to say, we're at the crossroads of an all. And this is what people are wrestling with the accusations against having a and what they mean. Bottom line is listen they've got to go through this in Washington. Republicans and Democrats are definitely divided over the dispute between. Ford and cavenaugh as to when they were fifteen and seventeen Thursday Senate hearing is going to be big big across the country, and in talking to all kinds of people conservatives and others about this. What are the motives some are saying and others are saying they're willing to forgive cavenaugh or they're not willing to forgive him. Or they're angry about it. Or they're not talking about it. So it's been interesting to see a Fox News poll that was released on Sunday found that thirty eight percent of female voters believe for twenty eight percent sided with cavenaugh men were split the biggest differences, of course, by party. Fifty nine percent of Democrats believe Ford sixty percent of Republicans believe cavenaugh nothing new when it comes to the splitting of the way, we think in this country. I mean, really that's what it is. So there are people that are coming to. To the aid of both of them and criticizing the other. And here's the deal. We're going to find out what this hearing yields. And I think that's such a smart play anyway because. That's what you want. Right. So don't leave any stone unturned have the conversation. Where does it lead us? Does it lead us to the confirmation of Brett Kavanagh? Does it lead us in a different direction? Now, there's another woman that's come forward. I don't know if they're going to investigate that or not. And when I talk about investigating. I mean, really we're talking about the hearing at this point will they? Another part of this and wait a couple of days, or no is it credible or day feels credible. Or you know, the timing is what's being questioned the timing of how come a Senator fine Stein. Didn't release the letter sooner when she had the letter and there's. Of course, it's worth asking that question. Yes. It was it was I want to remain anonymous, but still mistakes are this high and Feinstein is just kind of. She's there for the taking. I think is what's happening pretty much besides cavenaugh. And this high stakes deal on what's going to happen. The accusers letter to congress Senator Graham saying I won't ruin judge Kavanagh's life. What was really really very very big news over the weekend. And the fact that this has now been nailed down on the fact that there's this New Yorker report with a woman saying that Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were freshmen at Yale University. Her name is Deborah Ramirez. Where does that go?

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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s future in question

Ethan at Night

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s future in question

"One zero two huge stories going on right now between judge Kavanagh's confirmation. Hearing all this news about deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, by the way, statement just came out minutes ago from Sarah Sanders at the White House, and I quote at the request of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, he and President Trump had an extended conversation discuss the recent news stories because the president is at the United Nations General assembly. It has a full schedule with leaders from around the world they will meet on Thursday when the president returns to Washington DC. So they are going to meet on Thursday to discuss. Deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein future, according to the White House after he. According to sources, verbally resigned. White House chief of staff John Kelly.

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Brad Kavanagh, Ronan Farrow and Senator Dianne Feinstein discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Brad Kavanagh, Ronan Farrow and Senator Dianne Feinstein discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

"A lot of new uncertainty now that the New Yorker they've published a story about a second woman accusing Kevin of misconduct. She claims it happened during an alcohol fueled party in the one thousand nine hundred three eighty four school year at Yale. She remembers vividly Brad Kavanagh laughing at her during this incident, pulling his pants up afterwards another classmate who she identified yelling down the hall. Brad Kavanagh just put his penis in Debbie Ramirez face. She remembers finding this extremely traumatic reporter Ronan Farrow now despite the new bombshell report, the president says the judge Kavanagh is an outstanding person his words Senator Dianne Feinstein calling for an FBI investigation and at the same time wants Thursday. Day's hearing canceled, a university of Connecticut. Professor speaking with Canucks who follow such matters with the supreme court says not likely Donald Trump has said were standing

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Sen. Graham says Christine Blasey Ford will be ‘respectfully treated’ at hearing

WBZ Afternoon News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Graham says Christine Blasey Ford will be ‘respectfully treated’ at hearing

"South Carolina. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says Brett Kavanagh's accuser will be treated respectfully, by the judiciary committee. But both witnesses will be challenged. Over the sexual assault allegation against the supreme court nominee talks are ongoing between the GOP run committee and lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford over the specifics of a tentative agreement for a hearing on Thursday Graham, tells Fox News Sunday that Ford's lawyers are contesting to conditions for her testimony one that four to Cavanaugh will be the only witnesses and the other that an independent counsel will ask the questions on NBC's meet the press, Georgia Republican Senator David Purdue was asked what he hopes will come out of the hearing these are serious allegations. I hope Dr Ford can be put in a comfortable situation where she can provide the information. This is a democracy. We have a judicial system, but we also have innocent until proven guilty. And so my view is that we need to hear from both parties and make sure that we do it in a timely manner. On ABC's this week, Illinois. Senator dick Durbin says it's crucial that a fair hearing beheld just remember this Senate Judiciary committee, the composition is eleven Republicans. Ten democrats. If one Republican Senator shouldn't decide the Ford's allegations assertions are true and that they're serious. It could make a big difference in the nomination of brick. Kevin Graham says he hopes she comes in that. He quote will listen if she does but the Republican Senator ads unless there's something more for its accusation. He's not in his words going to ruin judge Kavanagh's life

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Dr Christine Blasi Ford, Judge Kavanagh and Assault discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Dr Christine Blasi Ford, Judge Kavanagh and Assault discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Judge Kavanagh's accusers now expected to testify about his alleged sexual assault attempt. This coming Thursday just ahead of a Saturday afternoon deadline with some key elements. Not yet. Attorneys for Christine Blasi Ford, tentatively agreed to let her tell her story to senators who will later vote on Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court. Well, latest from correspondent ouija Jiang US marshalls escorted judge Brad Kavanagh out of his Maryland home, a rare glimpse of the supreme court nominees since Dr Christine Blasi Ford accused him of sexual assault. Both say they've recently received death threats. Dr Ford's attorney sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary committee agreeing to provide a firsthand account of her experience with Cavanaugh next week. It is unclear what form any potential testimony would take those terms are still under

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Christine Blasi Ford, Judge Kavanagh and Assault discussed on Scott Sloan

Scott Sloan

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Christine Blasi Ford, Judge Kavanagh and Assault discussed on Scott Sloan

"Let's go this nominees accuser will testify. This is the eleven o'clock or four nine Troy Adams breaking now the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh of sexual assault could testify on Thursday after a tentative deal was reached today. More from ABC news. Sources tell ABC news judge bread Kavanagh's accuser will testify before the Senate next Thursday. The Senate Judiciary committee also expected to hear judge Kavanagh's defense against claims that he tried to sexually assault. Christine Blasi Ford when they were both teenagers in high school more than three decades ago still unclear who will do the questioning or if professor Ford will be allowed to

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Senate Judiciary Committee and Kavanaugh accuser reach agreement for testimony

Scott Sloan

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Senate Judiciary Committee and Kavanaugh accuser reach agreement for testimony

"W a date set for testimony by judge Kavanagh's accuser. I Matt re seven hundred wwl w dot com Associated Press reporting tonight. A tentative agreement has been reached by the Senate Judiciary committee to hear testimony next Thursday from supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault from decades ago, Dr Christine Blasi Ford accuses supreme court nominee Cavanaugh of sexually assaulting her back in high school Trump who've been uncharacteristically subdued in response to Kavanagh's accuser. Turn critical on Friday tweeting if the attack on Dr Ford was his fantasy says charges would have been immediately filed that tweet sparking outrage on Twitter and the hashtag why I didn't report with others who. Say they survive sexual assault telling their own

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Where member banking is better. Backing on Pete in Toronto. This is reporter's roundup. Why didn't somebody call the FBI thirty six years ago to take a man like this and besmirch now with that being said, let her have her say, and let's see how it all works out. President Trump and comments to Fox News after a rally in Las Vegas CNN reports. Senate Republicans are likely to propose moving a committee hearing on sexual assault allegations against US supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh to Wednesday sources said the woman who accused Cavanaugh of an assault three decades ago, California, professor Christine, blassie Ford would testify first. And then cavenaugh Republicans were not willing to subpoena any outside witnesses at Ford as requested joining us with more White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy. Meantime, President Trump with more thoughts on all this this morning. The president has called out judge Kavanagh's accuser on Twitter saying that quote, if the attack on Dr Ford was as bad as she says, then either she at h. Fifteen or her loving. Parents would have immediately filed charges this morning here at the White House, Kellyanne Conway has reiterated at least her view, the doctor Ford should be heard the obviously the position here at the White House is that they believe judge Cavanaugh. The White House notes that both Dr Ford and judge Cavanaugh have received death threats and Kellyanne Conway said, quote, we're not attacking her a lot of people are attacking him and his family, and that's awful. She says that was before the president issued his tweet basically suggesting that if the attack alleged attack were as bad as she says, it was she would have filed a police report one point I'll make is an observation of that point and cultural history you remember the after school special that ran through the nineteen eighties. Well as late as nineteen eighty eight years after this incident networks were still running series. The after school special to instruct young women that being assaulted by a casual acquaintance is date rape. And that's wrong. And that it's worthy of being reported to police young people in.

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Kavanaugh accuser willing to testify

Orlando's Evening News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Kavanaugh accuser willing to testify

"So a lot of uncertainty on Capitol Hill is the women accusing bread cabin of sexual assault from when they were both high school is now expressing willingness to testify, but only if certain terms are agreed to regardless our Washington watchdog, Jamie Dupree, two point oh says he's seeing growing support with a Friday morning decision deadline for judge Kavanagh's accuser. We believe Dr blase Ford, fellow alums from all girls high school outside DC rally with democratic senators like Kirsten gillibrand of New York she's asking the FBI to investigate her claims. The lawyer for Ford says she is willing to testify but not Monday is scheduled. Dr Ford's lawyers say they want to make sure the hearing is fair and ensure Ford safety

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Judge Kavanagh's accuser comes forward. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox news. A woman who claimed in a confidential letter that the supreme court nominee sexually assaulted her. When the two were in highschool is speaking out Christine Ford tells the Washington Post cavenaugh pulled her into a bedroom at a house party then held her down and tried removing her clothes cavenaugh denies the allegation. The Senate Judiciary committee is expected to vote this week on advancing his nomination to the floor North Carolina bracing for more widespread flooding from Florence as rivers continues to rise. Unfortunately, we're still going to be expecting more rain. This has been such a slow mover. Even though it's breaking apart. The rain continues to fall, especially across parts of the Carolinas North Carolina that rain is going to continue to be an issue. Huge numbers stretching across portions there of North Carolina. We actually saw a record breaker as we ran up all the way to thirty inches in one location. So that's preliminary Fox News meteorologist Adam clots. Florence blamed for at least fourteen deaths in the region, we are working now. And doing everything we can to prevent more deaths. People can help us with that by using safety precautions in common sense. Governor ROY Cooper, President Trump blasting the Russia investigation again on Twitter after his former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort agreed to a plea deal. The top democrat on the house intelligence committee. Adam Schiff of California said on NBC's, meet the press that he would want to know from Manafort whether deals between Russia and the president's campaign were done through him. He's trying to get money. They're trying to get dirt. The Russians are trying to help Trump was there. A meeting of the minds in a brief statement last week. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said manafort's guilty. Plea is totally unrelated to the president there continues to be speculation on whether the president could pardon Manafort for his crime. Fox's.

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Judge Kavanagh's accuser comes forward. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox news. A woman who claimed in a confidential letter that the supreme court nominee sexually assaulted her. When the two were in highschool is speaking out Christine Ford tells the Washington Post cavenaugh pulled her into a bedroom at a house party then held her down and tried removing her clothes cavenaugh denies the allegation. The Senate Judiciary committee is expected to vote this week on advancing his nomination to the floor North Carolina bracing for more widespread flooding from Florence reverse continues to rise. Unfortunately, we're still going to be expecting more rain. This has been such a slow mover. Even though it's breaking apart. The rain continues to fall, especially across parts of the Carolinas North Carolina that rain is going to continue to be an issue. Huge number stretching across huge portions of North Carolina. We actually saw a record breaker as we ran up all the way to thirty inches in one location. So that's preliminary Fox News meteorologist Adam clots. Florence blamed for at least fourteen deaths in the region, we are working. Now in doing everything we can to prevent more deaths. People can help us with that by using safety precautions in common sense. Governor ROY Cooper, President Trump blasting the Russia investigation again on Twitter after his former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort agreed to a plea deal. The top democrat on the house intelligence committee. Adam Schiff of California said on NBC's, meet the press that he would want to know from Manafort whether deals between Russia and the president's campaign were done through him. He's trying to get money. They're trying to get dirt. The Russians are trying to help Trump was there. A meeting of the minds in a brief statement last week. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said manafort's guilty. Plea is totally unrelated to the president continues to be speculation on whether the president could pardon Manafort for his crime. Fox's grenell? Scott, Fox.

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right. Stephen here is your next quote. You also apparently like to eat pasta with ketchup. But nobody's perfect Orrin Hatch. Senator from Utah hitting somebody with the tough questions as part of his confirmation hearings who was it can ban. Ooh. I have to say it's been so ubiquitous as we both shocked and a little envious that you've been able to escape it. Wow. The job was the job cream court judge. Give me your best your best version of his name van you. That's. Brad Kavanagh's close enough. It's all right. I felt. I have trouble those ethnic names myself. As President Trump said of him. Judge Kavanagh does seem born to be on the supreme court. It's true. But I bet his black loosely fitting robe-like skin did cause him some embarrassment. Okay. I don't know if you wash there, actually, unlike most supreme court nomination hearings kind of interesting because the Democrats decided to fight with everything they had good news for the Republicans. They had very little the Democrats are not going to stop the nomination. But boy, they sure tried all the Democrats get a participation metal cavenaugh gets a supreme court seat for life. I I don't understand why they're called confirmation hearings when Cavanaugh won't confirm or deny..

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"All right, Stephen here is your next quote. You also apparently liked to eat pasta with ketchup, but nobody's perfect that was Aren hatch Senator from Utah, hitting somebody with the tough questions as part of his confirmation hearings who was it can ban who bumping. I have to say it's been so good as this week, we both shocked and a little envious that you've been able to escape it. Wow, you're close. You remember, you know the job, right? Yeah. What's the job to prem- court? Judge. Yes, that's right. And give me your best your best version of his name van you. That's. That's. Breath, Kavanagh's, man, we're close enough. It's all right. I've trouble. Trumble I have trouble those ethnic names myself. As President Trump said of him. Judge Kavanagh does seem born to be on the supreme court. It's true, but I bet his black loosely fitting robe-like skin did cause him some embarrassing kid. I don't know if you watch it, but they're actually unlike most supreme court nomination hearings kind of interesting because the Democrats decided to fight with everything. They had good news for the Republicans. They had very little. The Democrats are not going to stop the nomination, but boy, they sure tried. That's all the Democrats get participation medal and cavenaugh gets a supreme court seat for life. I, I don't understand why they're called confirmation hearings when Cavanaugh won't confirm or deny. Eight. So so it's so it's Cavanaugh. Right. Well, that would depend on the particular. Yeah. It was kind of fun. There were, there were these spirited speeches and the Democrats are outbursts from protesters, and there was so much grandstanding by Democrats. It got a little suspicious. Everytime Cory Booker finished talking. He turned to the camera and said, I'm Cory Booker, and I approved. Your last quotes. Stephen is the description of a product that earned its maker, a huge fine this week. This is a product called the Jade egg this net front. Jade stone helps connect the second Chuck raw, the heart and Yoni for optimal self flow and wellbeing prosecutors claim that was actually all nonsense. So they find a women's wellness company owned by what celebrity Kardashian. That is a very good guess that would make the word goop mean anything to, you know. I think you're better off. Just move on. Tell you win. If Powell tro would if bowel drew has created a multi million dollar business by convincing otherwise until the women to pay sixty bucks for little rock's. They put where you usually do not want rocks to go. These Jade stones for yourself. As to get one's rock. These Jade stones, supposed to quote, increase sexual energy tone, muscles, balance hormones, and increase bladder control, unquote bladder control, right? Who has the focus to pee your pants? All you can think is, oh my God. I'm about to have a rock baby. I, I love any product where the correct uses of it. Sounds like a threat. Why don't you take this and show it up. Every single woman product sends violent and aggressive lake. My hair products are all like is your hair disgusting and frizzy and on roommate. Control at the end to sheep. Get a hold of yourself. I think I think that's why she makes everything sent. So like it would be fine. Just like drink this oil and you know your reproductive tract Byron. Would you like to turn your uterus into the set of an Indiana Jones? I, you stones up their hero..

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Supreme Court nominee steers clear of Ruth Bared Ginsburg criticism

KCBS Radio Midday News

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court nominee steers clear of Ruth Bared Ginsburg criticism

"Today is the fourth and final day of the Senate Judiciary committee hearings on Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court in two days of questioning Cavanaugh refused to answer pointed questions on a host of subjects ranging from abortion to presidential powers. Always refusing to answer any questions pertaining to President Trump. Here's democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal. Asking him about Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg. This is not political. This is about Justice Ginsburg, you believe that her quote mind is shot, and quote, Sarah, respectfully, you're asking me to after having read those comments tracking me to comment on something. Another person said, and I'm not going to do that. Joining me is Greg Stohr. Bloomberg news supreme court reporter who has been watching just about every minute of these hearings. Right. Greg. As much as I could. Okay. So I have to say that that exchange with Blumenthal. Surprised me? Even though I had heard much of what judge Cavanaugh said, why wouldn't nominee refused to say that an icon on the court has not lost it. Well, judge cavenaugh clearly was trying to stay as far away as he could from political controversies, and even though that was about a future colleague that was clearly a comment had he been critical of what President Trump said that was a comment that was going to be used for political purposes. And he wanted to stay away from that he didn't need to. This was a hearing. Where really his main goal was to avoid making mistakes, and that was an area that potentially could have been a mistake for him. Now, it seemed as if he went even further than Neal Gorsuch did in his nomination hearings in an attempt not to say anything. I mean, he refused to say which Gorsuch did that it's not right to denigrate judges because of their ethnic background. He refused to say he would recuse himself from certain cases, even though other justices have agreed to that. Is there a fear that Trump could rescind the nomination if he hears something he doesn't like? That's an interesting question. There were reports that Donald Trump at least disgust rescinding Gorsuch is nomination after he made those comments about being disheartened about about. Criticism of the judiciary or suggestions that a judge might be influenced by his or her ethnic background. I can't say what was motivating Brett Kavanagh. You are right. He did. He was even more careful than than Neal Gorsuch was and in trying to stay out of those areas. Did not give the Democrats that kind of answers that they wanted but Democrats are powerless to stop them. Given the Republican control the Senate

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A ghost, banners, sponsor along with senators coons, Cornyn Dirk Urban Hirano also Now it's time for Senator Feinstein in other members to speak Sara Feinstein thanks very much Mr Chairman I listened to your words with interests because, I know we have a difference of opinion on this subject but judge Kavanagh's nomination hearing. Has been scheduled for September four and that's nineteen days away I want to say just a few words about why the documents from his time in, the White House should be publicly available in time for that hearing the longstanding practice of this committee and the Senate is to ensure as much transparency as possible and to ensure that the Senate, and the American people have. Access to a nominees. Full record, you mentioned a lenna keagan let me use hers in example ninety nine percent of her White House record was provided to the committee and to the Public prior to her hearing. Those documents were reviewed. And produced, to the committee by the national archives and followed the requirements of the presidential records act That practice appears not to be followed here instead under an agreement with Bill Burke a lawyer representing former President Bush as you pointed out the committee is received roughly one hundred seventy. Four, thousand pages from judge Kavanagh's tenure in the White House counsel as of last evening apparently at eleven twenty. Another sixty thousand pages arrived last evening now this is just a small fraction nineteen percent of the chairman's request for judge Kavanagh's White House counsel documents it's an even smaller fraction about two percent of his total White House record notably while we what. We now have is about the same number of pages for Brett Kevin Kavanagh as we had for elaina Kagan at one hundred and seventy thousand That's going to be changed as you point out but right now that number represents ninety nine percent of her record in the White House, but represents only two percent of Kavanagh's White House record, my staff has been pouring over these records nearly completed its review some of the documents are useful in assessing judge Kavanagh's fitness for a lifetime appointment to the supreme court but further confirms the. Need, to obtain the full record to adequately assess the nominee and have these documents publicly available for the hearing. I regret the decision to designate the vast majority of the relevant documents as. Committee confidential the irony is there is no Senate or committee rule that defines what this means but as of now you have said that only committee members and staff Currently have access to these documents my question for you Mr Chairman. Is can we use, these documents to question Mr. cavenaugh at the hearing To. Make a confirmation decision on a. Nominee based on secret. Documents that are, not available to the public or the full Senate is extremely troubling Senator Dianne Feinstein is ranking democrat on the judiciary committee before that you heard the chairman of the committee Republican Chuck Grassley at today's meeting Later Senate. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said that his democratic. Colleagues, have filed a freedom of information act request or foia request for all of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's documents, from his White House tenure And Senator Schumer saying that they're ready to go to..

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"judge kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"judge kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And new tariffs on building supplies could increase them even further sidelining many firsttime homebuyers from the market the north american food equipment manufacture picture is said tariffs could raise prices at chick fillet simply by increasing the cost of a pressure cooker used by the restaurant tariffs could also impact american jobs both harley davidson n b m w have said they would move some us production overseas joe slesinger reporting just some twelve hours after he was announced by the president as his newest nominee to the supreme court monday dc federal appeals court judge brett cavanaugh began meetings with senators on capitol hill here's correspondent jan crawford at the capitol with the vice president judge brad kavanagh started meeting with senators who will determine his fate the confirmation process nominated to replace the course key swing justice kevin is considered an intellectual powerhouse with a clear conservative judicial philosophy and a link the record are watching you with a cord in the balance liberal judicial activist groups were urging democrats to oppose the nomination even before the president announced his choice the best of the best on the right groups like the judicial crisis network are spending millions in advertising targeting red state democrats up for reelection in november as senior senate democrats called for battle we must defeat judge kavanagh's nomination to the bench to save women's reproductive freedom to save healthcare protections for millions to save the rights and freedoms that all americans enjoy on the flash point issue of abortion as a judge cavanaugh ruled against an immigrant teenager seeking the procedure while in federal detention but angering social conservatives he refused to go further and say she had no constitutional right to an abortion moderate republican susan collins who supports abortion rights noted his restraint fun circuit that's the case that we will discuss democrats also focused on a law review article cavanaugh wrote in two thousand nine that said a president should not face criminal investigation while in office and instead be impeached for wrongdoing he's even argued that sitting presidents shouldn't face criminal investigation but one key red state democrat west virginia's joe manchin said he had no issue with the article and was keeping an open mind i think we need to look at it and do do our job right now senators making decisions at making how they're going to be on these issues nothing's wrong now kevin is lengthy record does made his confirmation could take longer.

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