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Paul Manafort hit with 7.5 years total prison time and new charges

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Paul Manafort hit with 7.5 years total prison time and new charges

"Defense attorney Kevin downing discussed the three and a half year sentence handed out to former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort at federal court palace sentence that is totally unnecessary combined. With Clinton in Virginia Manafort received a total of seven and a half years and the Manhattan District Attorney announced a

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"kevin downing" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Kevin downing discussed a three and a half year sentence handed out to former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, a DC federal court palace sentence that is totally unnecessary much. Like this combined with his sentence in Virginia Manafort received a total of seven and a half years and the Manhattan District Attorney announced a new sixteen count fraud indictment against Manafort, their conflicting accounts of former acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker's appearance before the leaders of the House Judiciary committee Whitaker who refused to answer. Many questions in open session last month spoke today to chairman, Jerry, Nadler of New York and ranking Republican. Doug Collins of Georgia. Adler says one of his big takeaways in the hearing room, Mr. good did not deny the president called into the us. Michael Cohen, the Michael Cohen case Representative Collins calls that an inaccurate interpretation it Mr. Nadler chooses decided by you know, absence of what he didn't say. That's why he's interpreting that then I'll have to. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington, many flyers or happy about the FAA's decision to ground Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes in the wake of two crashes that killed more than three hundred people at the Detroit airport. Jeff rude expressed relief talking about this issue. And we're glad to. One of those points today. Those aircraft were used for about three hundred American southwestern United flights a day. California. Governor Gavin Newsom is frozen executions in the state and said he wants to go even further out a four nations in the world. No better and are doing better they've abolished the death penalty. It's time California. Join those rights the Dow was up one.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Download now. Probably the best way to get the truth would be to put the president under oath after all he has said it's not like I'm talking before a magistrate. Well, maybe he should talk before magistrate. That's a reckoning for progressives. And Democrats who hope that Muller would essentially raise the two thousand sixteen election. It's a reckoning for the media. It's a reckoning around the country. If in fact after all this time, there was no collusion. Revolution. Sean Hannity show. Information on news and more bold inspired solutions for America. There was absolutely no evidence that any Russian collusion in this case. So that makes. No evidence. Collusion russian. Very. That is totally unnecessary. Wow. That was out of the courthouse. Protesters screaming at Paul manafort's attorney Kevin downing say, yeah. To judges conceited no evidence of Trump Russia collusion, and now Paul Manafort sentences in a second case in unless this guy dies in jail. It's going to be so dissatisfying people on the left before that Richard Blumenthal pardoning Paul Manafort would be obstruction of Justice. No that is a power of the presidency. A constitutional power of the u s president to be used that his or her discretion is not a power that is even question. Anyway, joining us to talk about the very latest on this. We have John Solomon of the hill. And we're going to talk about the release yesterday of Lisa page is testimony is now this poll two years. There's a culmination of unpeeled onion is is now reaping some benefit and we see that the end of the tunnel year. There are going to be indictments and all names, you're going to be familiar with her in deep trouble. Greg Jarrett author of the number one bestseller the Russian hoax. Let me ask from a legal standpoint. Greg you I let's talk about the sentencing. But more importantly, I want to talk about what happened immediately thereafter with the Manhattan District Attorney because Bernie Kerik had a great tweet about this. This is the greatest demonstration yet of a politically motivated corrupt at Manhattan DA who pre announced his intention coordinated with Muller's team to ensure that Manafort dies in prison. Immediately after this was charged with sixteen new charges not federal in Manhattan, can you? I'll let you explain it from the legal perspective. This is this is redundant. It's overkill. It should be double jeopardy, but the law doesn't favor that unfortunately. So yeah, I mean, they're still going after Paul Manafort with a vengeance. Even though to judges have now said in their respective cases involving him that there is no evidence of collusion that on top of the house that on top of the Senate, and I suspect that if Robert Mueller the special counsel had evidence of collusion. Somebody would have been charged by now. But so far it hasn't happened. Do you? Seems like it was all planned now why the second after he's sentenced. Oh, of course, it was seven years. How many years would he have to spend in prison? Well, he'll probably get a fifteen percent reduction for good behaviour. So that's the knock off on not like state courts where you get a lot more for good behavior. So he's he's probably gonna have to do, you know, at least six and a half years. Yeah. I mean at seven and a half years total. So I guess some of this must have been concurrent, correct? Yeah. I think thirty seven months is concurrent or somewhere around there. So, but you know, he's he's going to have to do some years behind bars in dick Blumenthal is wrong. It's not obstruction of Justice to exercise. Your constitutional duty is president pardon somebody. But you know, every time Blumenthal opens your smell the demonstrates his ignorance of the law. He was also leading the I believe I believe haven't heard him say, I believe about the democratic Lieutenant. Governor in Virginia the Commonwealth there. Let me get your reaction John Solomon to today's, you know, sentencing hearing, the reaction you hear outside of the courtroom is just you know, it's sort of like the leftist triggered. One of the things now that we have to judges conceding. There was no evidence of Trump Russia collusion, in these cases. We're expecting any day. Now, the Muller reports gotta to be at least handed over to the AGA. I don't think we'll know for some time whether whether part of that or any of that is going to be released, but you have. Pretty good authority. Your sources are telling you pretty confidently that there is no Trump Russia collusion that was found by Muller. Certainly. That's what people are telling me. And no one will know for sure until the moment. The only guy that matters hits the send button, and that's about Muller right him. And he hit that send button he transmits that reports of the Justice department will finally know the answer, but I think in every public setting we have seen in the last couple of years from the chairman of the house intelligence committee, Devon Nunez. The chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, Richard berm to judges in the Manafort case to every other sentencing involving defendant in the mother in prosecutions and in mother's own statements and indictments there has not been a single allegation of collusion between the presidential campaign in Russia. And I think that what we know from the body of evidence is that it didn't exist in another big important piece of that evidence came out yesterday. As you know earlier on your show. We broke the story stories about love is in Lisa pages testimony, but the official transcript came out yesterday. What did Lisa page fellas after nine months of using the most awesome powers of the FBI had ffices surveillance interrogation monitoring in may of two thousand seventeen they still had no evidence to prove anything of collusion as Christopher Steele had alleged in his dossier. If all of that investigation, couldn't turn it up and all two years of turning in indicting defendants hasn't turned anything up. I think it's highly unlikely, and I think today when you watch what happens today the protesters outside the immediate reindicted in New York by Sivan's, very political prosecutor in Manhattan. You see a lot more politics in the court of law them, I think most of us would like to see these legal cases should stand on their own merit. And yet you see in the form of protests in the form of a sudden reindicted timed to the end of the sentencing a lot of political shenanigans going on in the legal system. You know, it ju I agree with that completely. I mean, you just sit down with they're just waiting. Oh, just in case, you think Donald Trump's gonna pardon you. We're gonna make sure you die in prison. And that's how I took it with this today. And yeah, there is overkill at some particular point with all of this. When you go though, we look back at the narrow had two weeks of release. Let's just assume for a moment John sources or right? I've been hearing the same thing Democrats seem to be telegraphing that they know that there's not going to be what they want and the Muller report in terms of a pathway to impeaching the president over collusion because there wasn't any I expect it'll be sternly written and they'll be innuendo in there. Because I guess they they'll feel compelled to do so to justify their existence, Greg. But beyond that, it's a law that matters. But what is now beginning to build or the things that we want him for a long time yesterday. We got Lisa pages. Testimony Lisa page, basically, affirming, everything we believe that the department of Justice that would be Obama's Justice department that would be attorney general Lynch we're up to their eyeballs. In helping to protect and prevent Hillary Clinton from being charged as any other American would have been charged. And and even Lisa page acknowledged all protocols were put aside, we also know Komi in stroke wrote. The exoneration purposely withdrew those magical words that met the legal standard gross negligence. They added a new standard called intent that is not part of the law. I'm so the the the fix was in Hillary was never going to get indicted, even though even James Baker the chief counsel under Komi at the FBI thought, she should be indited. Absolutely. The couple of things jump out with her testimony of the first one is she said, quote, every person on the Team New no charges would be brought fast forward about seventy pages. And she admits the department of Justice actually, ordered that Clinton not be charged for gross negligence. She was pressed about that. What was the rationale? She said. Well, there was some discussion that she didn't have the intent as you just pointed out intense not required under the gross negligence provision, but she could have been charged under the intent provisions because page fast forward, another fifty pages admits that intent is not intend to break the law. The legal standard is intent to commit an act that has the effect of breaking the law and it's abundantly clear by Clinton's own admission. She intended to set up a private server intended, use it exclusively for all of her emails, including classified documents, that's an intent crime. She should have been charged under both intent and gross negligence. But the fix was in. Wow. I wanna get your take on it. Now, John there's a Utah to explain the five buckets because the testimony that we're getting. Thanks to Doug Collins, a Republican from Georgia. Congressman right. He gave us last week or testimony. Now, he gave us Lisa pages. Testimony. We and he says he's going to give us all of it. And and but we have the the information you want and I want three oh twos. The FIS application. We we want the gang of eight information, and you can explain what all this will will bring to light. Greg get such a great job as he always does. And analyzing all the legally significant things that that Lisa page about the Clinton case. There's one thing that jumped out at me on the Russia case. And that is the question has always lingered over this. How much did politics play in a role in making the decisions the FBI did. And by her own admission Lisa page testifies that they were weighing the fact that they didn't think Donald Trump would win the presidency as one of the ways in how much they should investigate the Russia allegations. And I think that that is such. An extraordinary admission I have never in all my life covering thirty two years of the FBI ever heard an employee of the FBI claim that the winning or losing of election was going to affect the tactics or the intent of an investigation. And it explains something that happens a day after something you, and I I reported on your show a long time ago the day after Donald Trump wins they escalate their efforts by a major proportion which shows that politics was involved. If this was any other case, he would investigate it because the allegation is serious and the security is at risk here. It's not serious if he's going to win. But if he is going to win it's going to be serious. It shows the raw political nature and that politics did infect decisions certainly in the Russia investigation. Now, how much do they affect it?.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Jimbohannonshow dot com. You can follow me on Twitter at jimbotalks. President Trump's one time campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to just under four years in prison for his conviction on eight counts of Bank and tax fraud in Virginia he faces the other sentencing in Washington DC next week at here's Bob Costantini, wearing a green jumpsuit from the nearby Alexandria prison. Manafort, her judge T S Ellis reminds prosecutors Manafort was never charged with anything related to Russian election interference in that. He has quote lived in otherwise blameless life with that Ellis declared the government sentencing guidelines, excessive using his discretion to give Manafort forty seven months in prison. I have had much time to repent I ask for your compassion. That was how Manafort address. The judge when he had a chance to speak. The one time campaign chair for president. Trump was convicted last August on eight counts of Bank and tax fraud that led him to cut a plea deal with the special counsel for similar charges in Washington DC, but the judge in the Virginia case Ellis theorized at the start of the trial Manafort was only being prosecuted as a way to get the President Trump. The judges empathy seemed to play a factor in the sentence. However when sentenced next week on a couple of counts by a federal judge, Amy Berman Jackson Manafort, maybe looking at longer jail time Jackson has been tough on informal Trump campaign adviser, Roger stone, one of the persons who recommended Manafort campaign, chairman his attorney, Kevin downing made clearly accepts.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for fraud and other crimes in a case. Brought by special counsel, Robert Muller. The sentence is much lighter than federal sentencing guidelines suggest of between nineteen and twenty four years. Metaphors attorney Kevin downing says the case had nothing to do with Russian interference in US elections as you heard in court today, Mr. Manafort, finally got to speak for himself made clear accepts responsibility for his conduct. And I think most importantly what you saw today is the same thing that we had said from day one. There is absolutely no evidence that Paul Manafort was involved with any collusion with any government official from Russia. However, the judge pointed out that Manafort did not give an explicit apology for his behavior telling the judge he. I felt humiliated and ashamed Manafort still isn't finished. He'll be sentenced next week in federal court in Washington DC in a separate case brought by the special council, President Trump is going to visit Alabama today to view tornado damage that left twenty three people dead. Tori. Public radio's Kyle Gasset reports earlier in the week Trump signed a declaration which freed up federal funds for disaster recovery in Lee county, Susan Nichols lives in Beauregard, one of the hardest hit areas and her grandson is recovering from being thrown one hundred yards by the tornado Nichols is ready for Trump to come to Alabama the devastation. He needs to see absolutely their families that are really hurting from the storm emotionally and funny joy funerals have already been held for some of the victims, including six year old AJ Hernandez, the youngest of the twenty three killed when the tornado struck from pair news..

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Manafort gets just under 4 years, far less than prosecutors sought

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Manafort gets just under 4 years, far less than prosecutors sought

"It's not over yet for former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, who's been sentenced to almost four years in prison wall. Manafort was convicted on eight counts of tax and Bank fraud by northern Virginia jury last year after prosecutors say he had hidden from the IRS millions of dollars that he earned from work advising Ukrainian politicians Manafort was indicted as part of the Russell special counsel investigation. But the judge the White House and his attorney Kevin downing

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"kevin downing" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"After the hour. President Trump's one time campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to slightly less than four years in prison for his convictions on Bank and tax fraud. He faces another sentencing next week. Bob Costantini tells us the judge's ruling on Manafort, displayed considerable leniency. He told us fifty hours of things we already know one prosecutor working alongside the special counsel's investigation told the judge Paul Manafort kind of plea deal in September. But Robert Muller's team accused Manafort of not being truthful or forthcoming even when he was required to be wearing a green jumpsuit from the nearby Alexandria prison Manafort, her judge Ellis reminds prosecutors Manafort was never charged with anything related to Russian election interference. And that he has quote lived in otherwise blameless life with that cleared the government sentencing guidelines, excessive using his discretion to give Manafort forty seven months in prison. I have had much time to repent. I ask. For your compassion. That was how Manafort addressed the judge when he had a chance to speak. The one time campaign chair for president. Trump was convicted last August on eight counts of Bank and tax fraud that led him to cut a plea deal with the special counsel for similar charges in Washington DC, but the judge in the Virginia case Ellis theorized at the start of the trial Manafort was only being prosecuted as a way to get the President Trump. The judges empathy seemed to play a factor in the sentence. However when sentenced next week on a couple of counts by a federal judge Berman Jackson Manafort, maybe looking at longer jail time Jackson has been tough on informal Trump campaign adviser, Roger stone, one of the persons who recommended Manafort campaign, chairman his attorney, Kevin downing. Accepts.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"After the hour. President Trump's one time campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to slightly less than four years in prison for his convictions on Bank and tax fraud. He faces another sentencing next week. Bob Costantini tells us the judge's ruling on Manafort, displayed considerable leniency. He told us fifty hours of things we already know one prosecutor working alongside the special counsel's investigation told the judge Paul Manafort kind of plea deal in September. But Robert Muller's team accused Manafort of not being truthful or forthcoming even when he was required to be wearing a green jumpsuit from the nearby Alexandria prison. Manafort, her judge T S Ellis reminds prosecutors Manafort was never charged with anything related to Russian election interference in that. He has lived in otherwise blameless life with that Ellis declared the government sentencing guidelines, excessive using his discretion to give Manafort forty seven months in prison. I have had much time to repent. I ask. For your compassion. That was how Manafort addressed the judge when he had a chance to speak. The one time campaign chair for president. Trump was convicted last August on eight counts of Bank and tax fraud that led him to cut a plea deal with the special counsel for similar charges in Washington DC, but the judge in the Virginia case Ellis theorized at the start of the trial Manafort was only being prosecuted as a way to get the President Trump. The judges empathy seem to play a factor in the sentence. However when sentenced next week on a couple of counts by a federal judge, Amy Berman Jackson Manafort, maybe looking at longer jail time Jackson has been tough on informal Trump campaign adviser, Roger stone, one of the persons who recommended Manafort campaign, chairman his attorney, Kevin downing clear accepts.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on Born to Impact

"Months straight. I walked in with a smile on my face with the armor, mentally taken off. Literally, my kids were hey, dad. What's going on? They gave me a hug. My wife approaches me instead of waiting to see what my mood is. And I realized again, I was setting the pace for everything not only in business, but in my personal life. So I'm talking to everyone listening to this that if you think that the problem is someone else odds are you're walking into the scene with armor on you have filters on from the abuse, and the and the trauma that you've experienced. And if no one helps you take those filters off you're seeing the world in very twisted twisted perspective, and your family's taken the brunt of they sure have man. Yeah. I can relate to that. I going to take that. I love that. That's awesome. Kevin Kevin's, a great therapist. He's Dr Kevin downing men of that man love. That's awesome. And you know, another vulnerable share their that. Hey, here's a successful entrepreneur. But you took some times as you need to sort things out and you need some help. So you went and saw I think that there are. Possessed coaches, just another another type of coach. They're not coaching you on business and how to build your empire. But they're they're coaching you on how to not let it all fall. Yeah. Well, they're helping you really important coach tasks that is and they're helping you build the most important pillar in your empire. The pillar of not killing yourself and not divorcing your wife, and, you know, being a strange from your family, and that's a pretty important pillar to build. I love what you said too about. You know, if you think the problem somebody else it just take a look in the mirror. I and do an honest assessment because the truth is that yet maybe that person is reacting in a way that you're responsible or what how they're acting out as a result of your own behavior. So if you want to fix her behavior is still comes back and starts with you. Let me change how I'm walking into the situation. And then instead of them being on edge and us having this confrontation that I don't like how did I change? I didn't tell them don't act this way towards me. I changed the way I portrayed myself towards them. Right. That's it. Let's transition to another topic self confidence. And this is something that so many people struggle with. But you have some unique strategies on how simple ways actionable ways that people can get more confident about whatever it is. They're doing whether it's going after a particular goal and fitness whether it's a goal that's within their career. Whether it's starting something new how do you approach that? And how do you coach people? That's a really good question man in, you know, over the years is coaching consult now over eighteen hundred entrepreneurs, and it's never about their business. It's always starts at their personal life self-discipline the foundation, and then we go into their business about marketing, selling, etc. Everyone who comes to me as a business coach consultant, he helped me fix my business. I start with the other areas of matter. Most the family the self-disciplined the morning routines, and you can very quickly see lack of confidence because when you tell someone we'll I want you to spend X amount of dollars on YouTube or Facebook or Google to buy traffic, and they don't have the confidence to it's not because of any other reason other than they've broken promises to themselves..

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Paul Manafort, Special Counsel and Trump discussed on  Killer Innovations

Killer Innovations

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Paul Manafort, Special Counsel and Trump discussed on Killer Innovations

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"kevin downing" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"We never had any of the inside people like that cooperating to the extent that both of them have to cooperate. So we really do have an insider's view of what Trump was doing and what was happening during that campaign. There was something the metaphor it's attorney said today, Kevin downing. I wanted to play Natasha and get your feedback, and it just struck my ear sort of. Oddly tickle them. Mr. Manafort, but he's accept the responsibility and he wanted to make sure that his family was able to remain safe and live a life wanted to make sure his family was able to remain safe. Yeah. So as soon as I heard this, I asked lawyers about and whether or not once he strikes this kind of deal and whether and when he chooses to cooperate, that means the government would then be required to afford him and his family, some kind of protection, and the unanimous answer got was yes. There would be another layer of protection that he would get now that he's actively coordinating with the government. I think that Manafort is less worried about the Russians coming after him and is just arrogant. I think that he was sitting in a jail cell and he knew that the walls were closing in on him, and he chose to trust Muller more than he trusts Donald Trump. And that's really significant. Because of course, Donald Trump is a very fickle person choose to give them a part in or. Could not. And one of the things that I'll be looking for is what Manafort actually says about whether or not he was dangled pardon by the president because they did have this joint defense agreement. And if Trump said, I will give you pardon, for example, in exchange for your silence, then that would not be obese subjected subject to the crime fraud exception that would be a crime, and he would be able to tell me about that. Nick Ackerman, tasha, Bertrand and Ben witness. Thanks for being on here. This big night for more manafort's cooperation means and we're the molar pro goes next joined by democratic congressman, Eric, swallow number. Both the house intelligence and judiciary committee's your reaction to the president's campaign chairman pleading guilty and agreeing to cooperate. Good evening. Chris, the jig is up this nonsense that there's nothing to see here. This witch-hunt will now the Trump team is over Muller and is Muller continues to zero in on the president's family businesses campaign. I think the best thing. President can do. Chris is to just be straight with the American people and certainly be straight with the investigation because he now has a bankrupt credibility and so that credibility affects not just the Russian investigation, but his ability to lead in storm ability to address healthcare issues in America is ability to address the economy. And so the more he refuses to sit down with the molar team, they obtain more guilty pleas and send more people to jail. I think that affects Donald Trump's ability to lead our country. Did this development as someone who is has been on the committee investigating this this development today? Surprise, you know, no, but what I hope we can obtain from this as well. And I hope the molar team is able to learn not just Paul manafort's relationship Donald Trump and what he knows of Donald Trump's knowledge at the time is to what the Russian intentions were and what Donald Trump gave as far as orders, but also how the Russian television network works because it's clear that Paul Manafort was close to rush. Shen intelligence officers based on other people who have been indicted and other press reporting. So we could really color in, I think, some gaps and understanding of how the Russians work. If Paul Manafort is able to cooperate. You know, it was striking to me that the Constan Kalinic who is the Manafort sort of deputy and associate new crane. The one who famously emailed and said, has all der pasta seen this, how do we use to make coal? He's suspected of being a Russian television said he reportedly fled to.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on KGO 810

"Think it's all a good sign yes that's manafort's lead. Defense attorney Kevin downing asking about reasonable doubt could relate to any of the charges however the other questions deal, with the. First prong of the prosecution's case the accusations Manafort made and hid millions of dollars in overseas Bank, accounts for work done consulting pro, Russian Ukrainian leaders the other prong, by the way is Bank fraud. Where Manafort is accused of. Lying to lenders to maintain a Julius lifestyle after the cranium money dried up Bob Costantini Alexandria Virginia the husband and father of. A Colorado family missing since Monday has been arrested on suspicion that. He murdered them the heart, wrenching sadness was heard in. The voice and seat on the face of Colorado bureau of investigation director John camper this. Is absolutely the worst possible outcome that could imagine on Monday. In the town of Frederick Colorado about. Thirty miles north of Denver thirty four year old Shannon watts fifteen weeks pregnant and Her two daughters three year, old Bella and four year Celeste reported missing when Shannon did not. Show to a meeting and Thirty-three-year-old husband Chris watts didn't. Find them at home. He spoke to several Denver TV stations. Like, I have no inclination of where they're. At right now like I'm not sure if they're safe somewhere. Just, huddle up somewhere or if they're in trouble Thursday Frederick police sergeant. Ian Albert says after two days of intense investigation husband Chris. Watts was taken into custody, and was, transported to walk. Into jail body, was found on the property of Anadarko petroleum where Chris watch us to work that's all the spokesperson for the oil company would confirm the, bodies of, the, two. Little girls were also reported to have been found on the Darko property prosecutors believe however that Shannon and the. Two girls were killed at their home then moved which explains not just the three counts of first degree murder, but the. Three counts of tampering with a dead body suggesting the bodies were taken to Anadarko and dumped their, Albert says this case has shaken, his small twenty member, police force, it's been her shattering Kabir says s tough and as horrible as this case is their role. Now is, to, determine exactly what happened a man who identifies himself and ends, brother posted, on social media the law enforcement told him that Chris watts, had confessed to the murders but that nor a motive, nor how the victims were killed have been disclosed or confirmed but. Camper says it's all part of the investigation anything that. You hear like that Certainly things that we check into. But then we also try to Talked to others and really complete that timing. Timeline, as best we can watts. Will formally be charged on Monday meanwhile he's being held without bail I'm Jim Roope Eli's mom.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Day. One of deliberations is history and the Manafort trial after going at it for about seven hours today, the jury will be back at it at nine thirty AM. They have spoken. The jurors have laid today in the form of notes to the judge very common and deliberations. The six men. Six women asked targeted questions on Bank fraud charges and for clarification about the evidence list and perhaps most notably there's this. They asked, can you redefine reasonable doubt while the judge responded to the jury and get this quote, the government is not required to prove the defendant's guilt with respect to each element of the offense. Beyond all possible doubt, the test is one of reasonable doubt. What is a reasonable doubt? It is a doubt based on reason, helpful exiting court today. Manafort's lawyer, Kevin downing was all smiles. But we just got some good news juries been deliberating. They had some questions which the judge addressed, and they've asked to come back tomorrow, continue deliberations. So overall, very good day for Mr. Manafort. I think it's all one caveat. Most days he declares very good days for Mr.. Manafort with us tonight is Darren Samuelson senior reporter for politico who's been at the courthouse every day of the trial. Darren, thanks after a long day for joining us. I really do appreciate it. You don't have to be Felix Frankfurter to know that a question from the jury about reasonable doubt is not great for the prosecution, because if they're asking about it at all, they're asking about it period. Talk to us about that and what other tea leaf reading is going on? Well, it is very dangerous to read the tea leaves. I know we love Noonan shirt thing. Indeed, there are going to probably be more questions that they will bring forward as well in the coming days. So we're going to dive in and look at these four questions here now, but know full well that there's going to be more questions to come. There's a lot of testimony that they have to digest. They've sat through to mind numbing weeks of hearing evidence hearing from accounts. Hearing from tax preparers hearing from Rick gates, hearing from a lot of people who Paul Manafort was purchasing very expensive things from now. They're in a room and they don't have access to the twenty five hundred pages of transcripts that are basically available for you and I, they don't have access to Google. They can't look anything up. They basically have to rely on what they remember today that came forward in these four questions and the reasonable doubt. One is interesting that is something that Paul manafort's lawyers in their closing arguments hit on really hard. They tried to show a, they showed a graphic that it was sort of a thermometer taking you all the way up to where reasonable doubt is on the spectrum and making it clear that this is something that they really need to be. Absolutely sure. At least that's the position at the Paul Manafort team presented to them. But as the judge pointed out, it isn't quite that high of a threshold, but he didn't really give them that much more guidance than that. So maybe that argument got to at least one person and I know you've been going through the questions and if you match them up against the trial as argued youth. Think there's there's a tax fraud section. There's a banking you think they may be through with the tax fraud section. Again, tea leaf, warnings apply, tea leaf. Warnings definitely apply. But by asking the question about the foreign Bank accounts, that sort of the second subset of charges we're talking, there are eighteen charges and all eighteen counts. The first four. I believe our tax return charges that Paul Manafort filed false tax returns if they're going in order. And that is a big if it would seem like they've moved beyond that and they're now dealing with the foreign Bank account questions as well. They saw a lot of evidence. They had someone from the treasury department who testified and said, I looked up whether Paul Manafort filed foreign Bank account reports with the US government and didn't find them. That's a pretty clear and concise explanation that the prosecutors put before them. But at the very end of the arguments, the Paul Manafort defense in the cross examination and in their closing arguments made a point that Paul Manafort wasn't the sole owner of those foreign Bank accounts..

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"kevin downing" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Rhonda roster after seven hours of deliberation today, the jury in the fraud trial of Paul Manafort ended its first day of deliberations with a series of questions to the judge, including a request to redefine reasonable doubt outside of court. Manafort's attorney. Kevin downing says he thinks things are going well for his client deliberating. They have. Some questions. Which the judge address live asked back tomorrow to continue deliberations a world The jury reconvenes, in the morning in Alexandria Virginia Republican chairman of the Senate intelligence committee challenging former CIA director John Brennan's claim the President Trump's campaign colluded, with Russia after Mr., Trump yanked Brennan security clearance. Brennan said in the president's claims of quote no collusion are hogwash but Senator Richard Burr disagrees The Senate is turning its. Attention to a major funding measure correspondent Linda Kenyon has our, story it's an appropriations Bill that combines funding for the department of defense and the department of labor health and. Human services and, education Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell offers some highlights walkabout subjects that are vital to the American people at stake if. Two point six percent, pay raise for US service, members it comes to funding. Other government agencies at stake are billions of dollars to fight back against the opioid crisis Senator McConnell ads the, process will go forward only if both sides resist the temptation to attach so-called poison pill amendments on controversial issues Linda Kenyon Washington officials say a firefighter who died helping people evacuated northern California blaze was killed by a fire tornado that at one, point, reached, the temperature of twenty seven hundred, degrees Fahrenheit California Department, of forestry and fire protection says in a report that the firemen was invalid in seconds by a fire tornado with a base the size, of three football fields, and winds.

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Senate adopts resolution declaring "the press is not the enemy of the people"

Chris Krok

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Senate adopts resolution declaring "the press is not the enemy of the people"

"Mr. Manafort I think it's all a good. Sign yes that's manafort's lead defense attorney Kevin downing Bob Costantini Alexandria Virginia the murder trial for a. Former bulk springs. Police officer is underway in Dallas county ROY Oliver is charged in the shooting death of fifteen year old Jordan Edwards who is allegedly shot when the. Car he was riding in was leaving a party today Edwards. Stepbrother vital Alan took the stand Emma's. Asked by the defense why the core didn't stop, when approached by police who it was Of course don't, talk like this

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Roe Conn

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago, Paul Manafort and WGN discussed on Roe Conn

"But The nature Johansen identified one of the, suspects in a police lineup it said she couldn't be. Sure he was. The gunman there's no verdict yet, in the Paul Manafort trial the. Jury will resume deliberations tomorrow, but before they broke today they did send. A note to the judge jury sent a note to the judge late, Wednesday afternoon with four questions

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"kevin downing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Manafort just rested his case and. He did so because he and his legal team that the government has not met its burden of. Proof, thanks everyone The words, of Kevin downing. Their lawyer for Paul Manafort outside the federal courthouse in Alexandria Virginia today after day eleven Paul. Manafort's, defense rested without calling any witnesses including. Metaphor himself and that's, a decision that now puts this tax and Bank fraud trial toured its, final stages, Hello and welcome to Washington today for Tuesday, the fourteenth of August this is Paul war gal more about the, Manafort story in a moment but first some of, the other headlines from the day this one out, of Nebraska where prison officials have used. Fenton hill the powerful opioid at the center of the nations overdose epidemic to help execute a convicted murderer today. The lethal injection at the Nebraska state penitentiary was the first time Fenton hill had been used to carry out the death penalty in the United States British counter-terror police. Are carrying out research is now in central London is part of an investigation after. That car slammed into barriers. Outside the houses of parliament in London police say the driver a twenty nine year old UK national was arrested. On. Suspicion Of preparing. A terrorist act and today's primary day in several states including Wisconsin Minnesota Vermont and Connecticut the reports that Democrats. Appear particularly motivated in Wisconsin where eight candidates are vying for the chance to take on Republican governor Scott Walker by the way today the former New Mexico governor and. Libertarian, presidential candidate Gary Johnson announced that he's launching a Senate campaign in New Mexico Tom Jackman is one of those covering the, trial for the Washington Post Mr. Jackman the jurors we. Understand where sent home at about one thirty pm today what had happened in court before that point well there's about two hours there. We have no idea, what happened to this to court with called at nine thirty and the courtroom doors were closed? Something was, going on in there that has not yet been revealed and then the courtroom was not opened until eleven thirty Manafort came in at eleven forty and. The two sides argued the standard motion, to dismiss, filed, at, the end. Of the prosecution's case in any criminal case the judge rejected it and then turn to the defense instead what kind of case you. Got he said we're, not going to put on any evidence and we're. Not gonna put on Mr. Manafort we rushed and that was it That was the the, sum total of today in court so very was later. Brought in to to hear that again because that part was done without the jury present and then the day was over for them. Was going to ask, you that that became a question why no witnesses or evidence, from the defense they must think, and I, was just plotting this out of a moment ago with someone else that Dave raised doubt about the documents that were filed You know with the government in terms of not That filing his income statements properly and also with the banks that he got these loans from where he claimed, to have massive income that he didn't, actually have and they're the defense posited that well Rick gates might fill, these forms out Mr. Manafort associated their consulting firm or he really did. Have more collateral and it's just not, accurately reflected and so their defense is somewhat technical but whatever, works for them and they must feel like they they made. Some inroads into the prosecution's case and closing arguments. We understand, start at nine thirty eastern time tomorrow Mr. Jack what are you looking for? In, terms of length and substance in those arguments. Well the judge originally gave them two hours aside and then this morning he asked both sides if they could, cut it. Down to an, hour and, a half they resisted they took a Break, around one, thirty in there In the, courtroom now talking about jury instruction so we'll find out if they get. Less or more than two hours but roughly that and the government is is supposed to keep their focus narrowly on the crimes and alleged here which are tax evasion failing report his income properly and Bank for lying to the banks about what kind of money and assets. He had and. Kind of dry in that respect it doesn't talk. About Russia doesn't talk about Ukraine, it doesn't talk about President Trump. But those were the charges here so I think that the government is required to to limit their scope just. To those sort of, paperwork charges and then of course things would go to the, jury, just in terms of timing Tom what do you anticipate in terms of when the the full, trial be, over with. Could be let's see tomorrow's Wednesday we have four hours of closing Arguments. That would take us, probably into early afternoon the jury gets the case then let's, say, let's look for a verdict on Thursday morning what else would you be looking for as things, begin to, wind down. The metaphor trial I guess we Well obviously. The verdict here now that we know, that Manafort is not going to testify and then whether or not this has. Any impact on he still has charges pending against him in Washington DC for failing to register as. A foreign agent for Ukraine and a lot of. Times a verdict in one. Case causes an, effect in the second such as a guilty. Plea and then there's always the possibility of being pardoned by the president and that could? Come as well Tom Jackman of the Washington Post thanks for your time and you're very welcome Meantime over at the White House today Sarah, Sanders the press secretary took some questions from reporters on a variety of issues. Including the latest on the x. Trump aide who was named maroshek manigault Newman she is alleged, that she heard the president on tape at some point using the n. word this particular exchange with Jonathan Karl of ABC talks about the. President's response to the ongoing controversy in which he called the. Maroshek a dog here's, how it played out From the president via Twitter on describing her as crazed, crying lowlights dog is this any way for a president any American let alone. Somebody hired as the highest ranking African American woman serving his White House I think the president, is certainly voicing his frustration with the fact that this person has shown a complete lack of integrity particularly by the actions following her time. Here at the White House Hire something's describing as a dog I wanted to give her a chance and he made clear when general Kelly came on and he voiced concerns that this individual what didn't have the best interests of the White House and the president. And the country at heart The president said do what you can to get along and if you can't I gave him full authority to carry out the decision to let her go safe strategy and continuing to respond to the charges Why does. He, just ignored look I think he's made again the frustrations I think all. Not only those of us here in the White House but, frankly, I think most of America would be happy to ignore it unfortunately the individuals. In this room continue to create a large platform for somebody they know not to have a lot of credibility for someone frankly refused to give a platform to when they worked here at the. White House it wasn't until this individual started to negatively attack this president and this administration and try to tear this entire Fleiss down that she received, the type of platform and roll out that she's getting I think it would be great if every single person in this room, and every single person in the, administration never had to talk. About this again and we actually got to focus on the. Real policies and the, real things that not matter just two. People in this building, but certainly all Americans African Americans Hispanics and everybody in between I think that would be the best thing that we could certainly Divert country President Trump, in a tweet today denied ever using the n. word that is something that Omarosa says the president did do before he moved, into the White House while he, was host of the show. Apprentice the apprentice on television here's more from the White House briefing President if he's ever used the unmarked the president address that question directly via Twitter Ag refer you back to him I can certainly say I've never heard him use. That term or anything similar you ask The president I didn't have to because he addressed it to the American people. All at one time, last again the president answered that question directly on Twitter. Earlier today.

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Paul Manafort trial Day 11: Defense rests, Manafort will not take the stand

Dave Ramsey

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Paul Manafort trial Day 11: Defense rests, Manafort will not take the stand

"News the final phase of the corruption trial. Against President Trump's former campaign manager gets underway. Tomorrow after his defense called no witnesses Manafort, chose not to testify his lead attorney Kevin, downing made a brief statement, to reporters we. Live, in. The United States of America Presumed innocent until proven. Guilty we believe the government cannot be deferred In the ninth floor courtroom judge T S Ellis reminded the jury that Manafort who faces Bank and tax fraud charges with a maximum sentence. Of three. Hundred and five years is under no obligation to mount a defense closing arguments will begin Wednesday morning with the judge directing. The prosecution and defense to take no more than two. Hours each the judges allotted ninety minutes for, his, separate jury

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Defense rests its case in Manafort trial

All Things Considered

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Defense rests its case in Manafort trial

"Closing arguments are expected to. Begin tomorrow in the financial fraud trial of former Trump, campaign chairman Paul Manafort that's after the defense rested its case. Without presenting evidence or calling any witnesses Manafort himself did not take the stand the defense opted arrest after more than. Two hour hearing that was closed to the. Public Kevin downing is one of manafort's lawyers and speaking to reporters explained, the defense decision matter for. It just rested his case and he did so because he and his. Legal team we've that the government has, not met its burden of proof prosecutors have spent more than two weeks presenting evidence showing Manafort. Hid millions, of dollars the IRS and overseas Bank accounts he faces charges of Bank and tax

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Howie Carr

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Sanders Defends Trump Calling Omarosa 'A Dog'

"SMS Dondo ups From ABC news Michelle. Franson press, secretary Sarah Sanders defending President Trump's tweet in which he called former staffer Omarosa manigault, Newman. A quote Dr Sanders said the president's feelings were justified giving Newman's new book which contains allegations about Trump's fitness for office. And racist remarks I think the president is certainly voicing his frustration with the fact that this person has shown a complete, lack of integrity particularly by the

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Defense rests in Manafort case, ex-Trump campaign chairman won't testify

Sean Hannity

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Defense rests in Manafort case, ex-Trump campaign chairman won't testify

"Tonight while the low of sixty eight degrees certainly watch for some. Flooding downpours. Out there especially this evening tomorrow partly sunny warmer certainly humid as, well with a high of eighty six degrees seventy one tomorrow night than. Another. Warm day Thursday high temperature get eighty six degrees with your AccuWeather forecast I'm Dave Samuel on NewsRadio eight ten in one or three one WG y Albany temperatures. Still eighty six degrees temperatures and several other capital region communities though lowers thunderstorms roll through in the past half hour and the severe thunderstorm warning. For Schenectady county southwestern Saratoga county and

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"kevin downing" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sixty tomorrow, another other storm possible with a high of eighty seven Five fifty two on Colorado's, morning, news sixty four degrees Paul manafort's legal. Team called, yesterday a good day in his trial that is former business partner Rick, gates took the witness stand again ABC's Trish Turner is at the courthouse again in? Alexandria Virginia and joins us ahead of today's action good morning good morning guys. Should seem, like a lot more damaging testimony from gates but were there aspects of it. That Manafort could call a win. For his case they certainly seemed when. They left, like they had a win in their pocket. I mean we defense counsel Kevin downing for Paul manafort's that we. Had a great day. I think they were all smiles they were just a number of times I mean. There's always a, risk gray when you're introducing the government is a witness who has committed a lot of, crime he's admitted to crime he admitted to even more crimes that we knew. About embezzling money from his boss so that's a I think it's fair to say that the flawed Character. The government's trying to present and Kevin downing and just an extraordinary moment as if we didn't need any. More in this is that we need it more in this trial I'm even elicited from Rick. Gates that you know he had a, whole, secret life he was living with a mistress and, London, that while the and he was a. Dazzling some, of the money for that life and you know I mean Ricky get, the chance to stay I truly regret everything I did I'm trying to take responsibility. But you know if you're a attorney you're sitting there obviously it's a lot. A lot, of material away for no doubt it's interesting though I wonder Tricia if this. May be if this could possibly. Backfires well because the joke is they're. Supposed to, be honor among thieves well there's no honor. In this so the more you sully gates his character I I. Don't know if that. Necessarily reflects bad necessarily engage reflects on Manafort that I'm bad I'm just trying to. Show your worse, and so we're having degrees of worst Nissen this That, is probably the best way I've heard of that yeah I. Mean, you have to imagine if. Richer this is extraordinarily difficult because, you are. You're, you're weighing alleged criminal what's that Paul Manafort and you're weighing one who's admitted to a. Lot of crime that that's the lesser. Of two people maybe you know I don't know Yeah I have to think I'm glad I'm not a juror alliterate it, that way, because it, seems like, a, sort of you know how do you balance that I don't know got. Any idea what happens today what what more they, want to, hear from gates it'll be day three of him on the. On the stand so I think. It's more of we have about an hour left with defense questioning gates you know cross-examining gates I'm they're kicking. Through a litany, of crime how he committed all of this, it criminal activity who knows if we get additional you know criminal activity or. More secret lives out in, the next, hour that's something that, will be interesting I think then the government. Gets another go at him called redirect that could last. A. Good amount, of time I don't know maybe an hour if I had to guess and, then the defense gets. The last? Words they get to re examine gates so I think that takes you know maybe half a day but no. Clear, path forward, from the government It just yet we don't. Do they go to next we. Just know that they're not finished with their witnesses I'm so no doubt they want to wrap around unimpeachable witnesses. With 'em you, know solid stories to tell around gapes you, know so he's kind of bookended by you know by solid witnesses unimpeachable character. ABC's Chris Turner she's at, the courthouse, in Alexandria Virginia thank, you Trish Rabin our eyes and ears we My, pleasure 556 on.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"NewsRadio. Nine twenty four seven FM still going to be sticky today it's downright oppressive the past what. Forty eight hours or so maybe even longer than that, but a little bit of a break but not much still muggy. So it's going to be uncomfortable partly, sunny scattered showers thunderstorms storm team ten meteorologists Zac green says carbon copy tomorrow with a sticky high of eighty eight degrees right now it's already seventy six degrees under cross examination. Rick gates is admitting, that he stole dose stole money from Paul Manafort in, part to funding. Extramarital affair, aside order gates said, that he, used the money to pay for an apartment in London any flew. First class and he stated, luxury hotels during the relationship defense attorney for President Trump's former campaign chair asked, if gates spent as much. As three million dollars on the affair gates said that he didn't think it was that much but he did, admit that he. Took money from Manafort. Without permission and while manafort's recollections were a bit, if Ian Places under cross examination he did. Maintain that he was trying to be honest attorney Kevin downing. Pressed gates repeatedly taking, advantage of Manafort when it came to money. And the lies. That he, told about it quote an essence I was living beyond my, means it was a difficult time gates, set went on to say. I regret it clearly and taking, responsibility for, it I made a mistake, one of the, more amusing exchanges of the day came when downing asked gates whether he remembered being told by prosecutors that he could be sentenced. To two hundred and nine months in prison in connection with the Virginia tax and Bank fraud case downing. Then corrected, himself noting that the potential sentence was actually up to two hundred ninety years. Gates said that he wasn't sure but equipped unlike you I answered better now about those. Mistakes that he said gates still have to work on his memory a little bit more apparently when he returns to the stand today the defense says, that they have at least another hour of questions coming so more. Fireworks for Rick gates says he takes, serious shots During cross examination western states are seeing a pretty strong boost and tax revenue after green lighting recreational. Marijuana use here's FOX's Andrew craft, one year after legalization Nevada has already surpassed year. End projections by twenty-five. Percent while Alaska raked in eleven million dollars of revenue trouncing initial estimates by, nearly two million dollars Madonna count on a strong tax revenue stream to be the final solution to the decades-old. Issue of making cannabis legal says Mason divert he's the spokesperson, for the marijuana, policy project tax revenue is not the reason to bake marijuana legal and. Regulated it's about public safety and public health dispensary owners. Don't want the plant taxed too much Nevada already levies a thirty percent rate on it in Nevada there are still restrictions. Public consumption is not allowed and medical marijuana, patients fear that popular recreational use will overshadow their needs in Las Vegas. Andrew craft Fox News didn't have too much of an app Tight, in the last general assembly session to take up. The topic of legalizing recreational marijuana here in the ocean state maybe those, numbers will change some people's minds at least table at retiring. Speaker Paul Ryan says he has no regrets as he prepares to exit as, she, prepares to. Hit the bricks in an interview with the, New York Times New York Times magazine Ryan said that. He's very comfortable with the decisions that he's made and he would not do anything differently the. Wisconsin Republican was asked about criticism that he has not been tough enough on President Trump he said hey look I think, some people. Would like me to start a civil war in our party and achieved nothing Ryan noted that, he counsels Trump. Privately and said that he has a. Verdict certain tragedies while advancing numerous goals he was pressed about his use of the word tragedy but he wouldn't. Elaborate on that Paul. Ryan says he's a okay with walking away. From, Washington DC Elon Musk announced in a tweet yesterday that he actually, might take. Tesla private stunning investors and sending the automaker's stock Doc price soaring the move would ease some pressure on the tesla. Which has been losing money musk said in an E mail to employees the recent for doing this is all about creating the environment for tesla. To operate best calling wild swings in the stock price a major distraction and. Saying that being, public quote puts enormous pressure on tesla to make decisions that may not be right for a given quarter but not necessarily right for, the long term however, the proposal raises a lot of questions about how mosque who owns, nearly twenty percent of the company by. The way would be able to get that sixty six billion to take it private twenty minutes. After six, NewsRadio, nine, twenty one zero four seven two families hit the highways for traffic and weather on the tens now. From the courtesy Hyundai drive courtesy dot com traffic center it's John hamlet brought, to us by rocket mortgage by. Quicken Loans we've got some fog in spots this morning, and accidents to watch for one. And Attleboro five, northbound at one twenty three and a couple of. Route twenty.

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Trump proposal would make it harder for legal immigrants to gain citizenship

All Things Considered

05:05 min | 2 years ago

Trump proposal would make it harder for legal immigrants to gain citizenship

"Doc judge on one day it may seem as though he's attacking the prosecution in on the next day, as we entered the defense's case, he will be attacking them as well. We'll hear about the biggest wildfire and modern California history, whether cutting down trees makes wildfires less intense and tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia over human rights. It's trying to tell the international community that if you're companies want a piece of the pie in Saudi Arabia, they'd better not criticize us. First, these headlines. Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Jack Speer Paul manafort's former business partner Rick gates took the. Stand today for a second straight day as NPR's miles parks explains he was the only witness to testify in the endured a tough. Cross examination manafort's defense team is intent on string Rick gates, credibility, as a witness, there was, clear again when defense attorney Kevin downing probe gates on Tuesday, gates is he helped metaphor commit financial fraud by hiding money from the IRS and. Accounts overseas and lying banks to get loans but downing ask gates how he could possibly be trusted by the, jury the defense attorney asked about an. Extramarital affair gates had decade ago about the hundreds of, thousands of dollars Gates's admitted embezzling for Manafort gates is expected to take the stand again when court. Resumes Wednesday morning miles parks NPR news nearly fourteen thousand firefighters are battling seventeen major wildfires in California a pair, of fires in northern California. Have, combined become The largest fire in the state's history scorching more than two hundred. Ninety thousand acres. Kqed.org Tiffany Cam high reports. Mendicino complex is to fires burning about one hundred and twenty. Miles north of San Francisco. Persistent hot and dry weather have helped it grow too. It's unprecedented size here's. Cal fire spokeswoman Heather Williams it remains to be, very active it has. Limited access for our crews and it's, burning it, heavy fuel allows so it continues to pose challenges, to fire crews meanwhile triple digit weather extremely low humidity and gusty winds continue to complicate the fight. Further north near the city of reading where the car fire has been. Burning for more than two weeks for NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high relatives with a man shot to death by police officers in. Saint Paul Minnesota have joined in calls for the immediate release, a, police body Cam, footage and, the nine one one call it preceded his death bureau of, criminal apprehension in a statement today saying Forty-three-year-old William James Hughes. Died of multiple. Gunshot wounds early Sunday morning when. Officers responded to a call of shots fired and apartment building Melvin Carter's the city's mayor I am reiterating. My call, for a transparent. Thorough in timely investigation including release of body Cam footage as soon as possible so far, there's, been no details about what happened at the scene. Police say Hughes. Was armed use relatives, and their. Supporters held a vigil last night. At the Minneapolis American Indian center US employers were posting more. Help wanted ads. In June than they were the previous month the. Labor, Department reporting job, openings rose, by three thousand to just over six point six million that number is actually higher than the number of people searching for work and close to APRIL's figure of six point. Eight million a record high stocks powered higher today with the broader market up after some strong. Second quarter earnings numbers for major corporations Dow gained, a hundred and twenty six points the s. and p. five hundred closed up eight points today the NASDAQ rose twenty three points, you're listening to NPR From news I'm Tara Siler south bay congresswoman Zoe Lofgren is bashing and. Expected proposal from the Trump administration that would make it tougher for legal. Immigrants to get green cards and citizenship if they have used public programs like ObamaCare according to an NBC news report the proposal could impact imigrants even if it was their American family members who used. A Bama care children's health insurance, or food stamps Lofgren says immigrants on welfare are, already in. Eligible to become citizens or residents is to try and get Trump's core voters to double down on the idea that, immigrants are cheaters and, welfare recipients really that's completely false Lofgren expects the proposal to be tied up in litigation if introduced at least, four Lake County unified school districts had delayed their start date due to the Mendocino complex. Fires lake port. Upper lake Lucerne and can ACTA. Unified school districts anticipate Starting the new school year in mid to late August depending on how the fire is controlled by those dates the delay will affect at least fifty one hundred students in the area, lake. Port district superintendent. April April Lieberman says the classrooms are currently filled with ash so we have to have all of that cleaned up before we can have students come back so you have the cleaning, of the buildings. Including the outside because there's ash everywhere And then you also have the air quality you, have multiple things happening at the same time Kelsey Ville and Middletown unified. School district's we'll have a normal start date and do not intimate any changes as of now I'm.

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Paul Manafort Trial: Gates Admits Having Affair as Defense Attacks Him

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Paul Manafort Trial: Gates Admits Having Affair as Defense Attacks Him

"Artesia democrat Tony Mendoza, resigned amid sexual harassment allegations the winner will only serve out, the remainder of Mendoza's term which expires at, the end. Of the year the defense Came out swinging when it began questioning the prosecution's star witness. And Paul manafort's financial fraud trial defense lawyer Kevin downing immediately sought to undercut gates his credibility. As the prosecution's star witness he got gates to acknowledge that he lied to the office of special counsel before. He reached a plea agreement downing also asked if there was a secret Richard gates gates, had previously acknowledged embezzling hundreds of thousands of, dollars the defense contends it was millions and under questioning, gates, admitted it. Helped him pay for, an extra marital affair in London where he kept a separate, apartment Jerry bowed lender at the federal courthouse, Alexandria.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on KOIL

"The crime the left views the world that way what's going to number four teen kevin downing is the attorney for paul manafort and he came out of the courthouse yesterday made a couple of declarations and then moved on but i thought he was very forceful very powerful i i kinda got a kick out of the way he did it kevin downing yesterday outside of the e berit freddie men courthouse in washington where we put on trial all of our favorite government officials i think you all saw it today the president donald trump was correct there is no evidence four of the trump campaign colluded with the russian government this carrefour represented pro european here for the ukraine and that he was seeking to further democracy pray for the united states and he here those activities in two thousand fourteen over two years before his four served in the tough half hey you know that manafort was ripped the campaign for about three months under four months and that he was fired by president trump over a couple of things kevin downing the attorney today you stated in frostbite office of health very waddell theory to prosecute mr manafort regarding a thera file the united states government has is that if this six times since 1966 it only resulted in one conviction that is a very important statistic that he put out there this was a new law 1966 these filings dubbed of foreign the representing foreign interests uh it's been trotted out six times since 1966 what is that fifty years ago and uh there and it's been used successfully once kevin downing the attorney for manafort the second thing about this and i myself this is a claim that vein hating offshore the great wall your funds hit to the united states as a case to conceal the united states government is ridiculous thank you honey just turned and walked away in the press chased him all the way to his car they just walked ignoring them streaming adam camera people circling strum people falling down it was you know the usual it's the circus the circuses in town on the left loves it they love a circus as long as it's not a real circus because they hit a real circus they just killed ringling brothers barnum and bailey as i care very deeply about baby root of eggers or whatever it is they care about people.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"News channel she was being asked to sum up the charges against paul manafort and his business associates and we're i know i have is an inner so i keep going to call him the wrong name rick i'll just call rick here's a sydney powell talking about the charges that were announced yesterday against paul manafort and his business associates i thought they earn written nick it sound like even the most innocent act is the krahn when it's not i think they can be picked apart and when threaten asked many of them will fail i think a lot of the conduct that doesn't is described in it is actually innocent other than that maybe got a really good case here andrew mccarthy national review online also picking apart the the legal case and there are a lot of people don't believe that it's very strong case sitting paul continued there is not a tax offence alleged they talk about him having failed to report certain income on his taxes but there's no tax accountant nothing diamond it's basically two very wide reaching conspiracy charges which enables them to prove their case by using only hearsay evidence they wouldn't even have to have an actual witness to whatever conversation they deem criminal took for st with the conspiracy charges they can use what somebody told somebody else that may not even have been right yeah well let's service look if your government wants to put you in jail your government can put you in jail there's a stalin's righthandman uh beria famously said show me the man and i'll show you the crime the left views the world that way let's go to number four teen kevin downing is the attorney for paul manafort and he came out of the courthouse yesterday made a couple of declarations and then moved on but i thought he was very forceful very powerful i i kinda got a kick out of the way he did it kevin downing yesterday outside of the e berit freddie men courthouse in washington where we put on trial all of our favorite government officials i think you're also it today the president donald trump was there is no evidence is a horrible the trump campaign with the russian government this fair four represented pearl your hair for the ukraine.

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"kevin downing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"kevin downing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The foreign agents registration act manafort lawyer kevin downing says it's a novel theory the united states government has only used that offence six tie since 19th six it only resulted in one conviction but wayne state law professor peter heading says money laundering alone carries a maximum twenty year prison sentence he says special counsel robert muller may be trying to get manafort squat peration in a broader investigation in washington i'm nathan hager bloomberg radio meanwhile the white house won't merson sarah sanders says hillary clinton and the dnc should be the ones investigated there's clear evidence of the clinton campaign colluding with russian intelligence to spread this information in smeared the president to influence the election a democratic mega lobbyist stepped down from his 30yearold firm after indictments rounded out against brazil trump swimmer campaign german lobbyist told me dust as dubbed down after the indictments against men aford drew attention to the company's foreign advocacy republican senator susan collins of maine tells bloomberg she does not expect the russian investigation to distract from efforts to reform the tax code where perfectly capable of continuing to work come both the russian investigation and on tax reform as so i think we can continue to do our job send that's what we should do south korea and china have agreed to normalize relations as soon as possible after seoul said it would not deploy rudy more of a fat missile defense system bloomberg's peter perry has more from seoul try that said it stood us like the system being so near its order to restore bilateral relations for free at war chinese tourists to korea try to bed group tours last year leading to a clinton visitors after the missile defense system was to south korea said it is necessary to counter north korea's threats in seoul later pay gloom bird daybreak global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thank you very much and that brings us to 509 on wall street time for your bloomberg nbc sports update brought to you by investors bank good morning to john stashower morning by.

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