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"khamis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"To Towers Foundation and my pillow. Welcome back to the Clay Travis in Buck Sexton show. I'm book. He's clay, and we want to talk to you about the situation unfolding this week in Cuba. The repression. The machinery of authoritarianism is fully underway. Now people being beaten in the streets being taken in one case, even I believe live off the air. A YouTube journalist was arrested. People are being seized. They have opened fire. It is A very tense situation, and that's an understatement. Senator Marco Rubio wants everyone to be very clear about how we should describe this regime and what's going on because there's certainly some hesitation. From Democrats to speak about this in clear and straightforward terms. We should be clear in our language. We don't just condemn this tyranny. We condemn this communist this Marxist. This socialist tyranny call it for what it is. If an open up all you want, we can pass a bill here, it says. Open to Cuba 100% open. You can do whatever you want for free trade. You can do whatever you want. At the end of the day, the Cuban regime will control that opening. It's not just what we want to do. It's what they want to do You want to do tourism? Guess what. All the tourist sites are owned by a holding company named Gaza controlled by the Cuban military. You want to send them food? That's great. Guess who gets it, Alimport? Which is a government military owned agriculture company. You want to send money? They take it. You know why? Because socialism is about control. They will use any opening as a tool as a weapon against their people. Because that's what socialism does, Clay. This is what we need. And it's a shame we don't have it from the White House from the Democrat leadership, not milk toast. Oh oh, we stand with the right of protesters to have their voices heard. You know, this isn't about whether they're going to build a highway that will endanger the spotted owl somewhere. This is about oppression and authoritarianism with actual boot heels on people's necks and faces as we're speaking. But the Democrats, it's just reality man. They've got an ideological sympathy, a soft spot for these Khamis in Cuba. That's true, and I also think this is the impact of saying American legitimacy. And moral authority doesn't exist. Partly that's because they have a soft spot. I think you're right. Bernie Sanders has said great things about Fidel Castro. The guy went on his honeymoon to Moscow, for God's sakes, but you have all of this squad members. I mean, I talked about Colin Kaepernick and some of the social justice warriors in sports. Remember Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem, and in the press conference immediately thereafter he wore of Fidel Castro T shirt. And so you have this lionization. In some ways, it's not only that, however, it's that while you were also why an izing these socialist communist dictators You are also simultaneously undercutting the moral authority of American. That's why Buck I'm so fired up. When I see in Hong Kong. Everyone who was protesting had the American flag. In Cuba. People who were protesting were waving the American flag around the world, maybe even more so than with the Democrats here in America. People understand what the American flag represents. It's not as BLM, Utah said, a symbol of hate and oppression. It's a symbol of freedom for all right, thinking people who are also in favour of freedom around the world. Look, Cuba has also been a symbol and even a true safe haven. Some of the worst people in the Western Hemisphere in the western world for a long time. If you hate America, you have had solidarity with Castro. And if you have solidarity with Castro, you also then are there with all of his political bedfellows. The Soviet Union, of course, which was propping up the communist Cuba Cuban regime until the fall of the wall, but also Iran and Venezuela and and and the worst rogue state actors in the world. Our bodies with the Cubans and the Cubans have been exporting revolution and misery and have had a very aggressive intelligence service, very aggressive military apparatus stretching back for decades while their people live in this misery. There's also problems that Cuba poses domestically on the political front, which we've talked about. What do you mean? You have a Latin X, which I always think it's funny, every Latino or Latina. I know. Like they just throw their hands up in the air in like a combination of Bemusement and despair at this notion that Latin next is what we're all anyway. Everyone from the Latin American background. We're supposed to believe that they're Democrats, right? That's what's supposed to happen. But Cubans in Florida in particular Are capitalists, entrepreneurs, people who believe in freedom. And that's a problem for the Democrat narrative, which is, let's just bring in as many Latin American folks as possible because they're going to want what The left wants in this country and that then factors into the actual decision making right now about what's going on with our borders here. You have a situation, clay. Where this would be true asylum seeking in the most pure sense, people fleeing political repression, torture and murder coming to U. S shores, and the Cubans have been doing this for now. Decades as we know, but right now it's an imminent issue. If you believe in asylum, you must believe in getting the Cuban people who can make it here, giving them asylum, at least give them their hearing on U. S soil. But here's what the Oh, we're a nation of immigrants Democrat Party under DHS May orcas has to say Allow me to be clear. If you take to the sea..
Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales Warns Communists Ruined Platform
"Founder or co founder of Wikipedia. As a warning for all of you. The Daily Mail has reporting. This rest of the media could give a damn Nobody should trust Wikipedia, he says. It's co founder warns Larry Sanger says The site has been taken over by left wing volunteers, quote unquote who write off sources that don't fit their agendas. Fake news They have utterly Destroyed the truth about me on Wikipedia. By their lies by either cherry picking and all the rest. My Children wouldn't recognize me on Wikipedia. It is a pig slop over there. And these volunteers are a bunch of, uh Boot kickers. With their brownshirts. Did he say brown insurance? Should I say pink shirts, either one that's fine by me. Wikipedia can no longer be trusted as a source unbiased information. Since the online encyclopedias left leaning volunteers. They're not left leaning there. Khamis can't on any news that doesn't fit their agenda, according to the sites co founder Larry Sanger 53 co founded Wikipedia in 2001, along with Jimmy Wales. Said the crowd sourcing project has betrayed its original mission. Reflecting the views of the establishment.
By the numbers: Trump reads economic boom into jobs data
"President trump says an economic recovery is coming a little sooner than he thought speaking at a medical products company in Maine this afternoon the president says the stock market jobs are booming amazing so we absolutely shattered expectations and this is the largest monthly jobs increase in American history Americans think of that that's a long time right please report today show two and a half million jobs added in may in the unemployment rate dropped to thirteen point three percent down from fourteen point seven percent in April Khamis thought that it would go up to near twenty percent economy's been hard hit by the deadly corona virus outbreak the president is continuing to push governors to expedite re
Watchdog: Comey violated FBI policies in handling of memos
"The justice department's watchdog says former f._b._i. Director james comey violated department policies over his handling of official memo's off correspondent. Linda kenyon has the latest in his report. The inspector general rights we conclude that khamis retention handling and dissemination of certain memos violated department the f._b._i. Policies and his f. b. i. employment agreement at the same time the i g said commes conduct did not merit prosecution and no information shared shared by him or his attorneys was classified at issue was a series of memos. Komi wrote about conversations with president trump that he said unnerved him. One memo detailed how all the president had asked komi to let go of the investigation into michael flynn trump's one time national security advisor the president's later decision to fire comey in may of of two thousand seventeen as the f._b._i. Was investigating russian election interference sugar questions about whether the president was trying to obstruct justice and so i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter didn't do it myself for a variety of reasons by asked him to because i thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel commies hope was is realized weeks later when the justice department did appoint special counsel robert muller in an interview in april of last year republican senator tom cotton said would call me did did was wrong. I think that's unfortunate. Behavior on director comey is part and republican senator. Mike lee agreed leaking. The memo's was bad form. That doesn't seem to me to be the kind of the thing. We want out of an f._b._i. Director and f._b._i. Director whose example will affect everyone else in a department in a bureau where leaking seems to be a problem this week's release the inspector general's report prompted president trump did tweet perhaps never in the history of our country. Has someone been more thoroughly disgraced an excoriated than james komi in the just released inspector general's report. He should be ashamed of himself. Call me fired back noting that the investigation found no evidence that he or his attorney shared classified what information with the news media and accusing his critics of defaming him he tweeted. I don't need a public apology from those who defamed me but a quick message with a sorry we lied about how you would be nice and to all those who spent two years talking about me going to jail or being a liar and a leaker. Ask yourselves why you still trust people who gave you bad info for so long including the president
"khamis" Discussed on WLOB
"Culture appropriation and how far do we go with this well the canadians what their basketball back yes right basketball was invented by a white man a canadian who was actually living in kansas but i think he was still a canadian citizen nays myth you remember him his white guy so that mean the black folks can't play basketball or is that cultural appropriation that's the dumbest thing i've ever heard what we do is we incorporated all sorts of things in our in our own culture you know like our big thing in our houses we as a family we love to order pizza my kids love pizza was at culture appropriation from the italian every time we order pizza and by the way is a culture appropriation for the italians these spaghetti since they stole that from the chinese will wilner let spaghetti originally originated in china that's right before they were cummings by the way khamis when the come up with something was wonderful to spaghetti how far it go i mean we chinese food we go you know we we go get take out it pay way is pay way culture appropriation causes that run by a bunch of chinese folks i mean it's ridiculous these pete lizanne tifa people are just absolutely nuts by the way my wife texted me by the socks she will give me and it was all up besides she said it was very finds they will be one thing if these were like a novelty sox but they were very nice sucks but up the sides stent spencer or stitched on the side was natural born a hole and she was going to she was that's what she thinks that was you'll get those from me for christmas and then she thought better of it and then she decided she was going to get them and she went back and they were all sold out so there are a lot of natural born eight holes that are warming their legs in their feet today around christmas of or whoever came up with a brilliant idea because there are a lot of of ladies who would love to get their husbands those sucks i'm sure you can probably get them online but uh there you.
"khamis" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"We incorporated all sorts of things in our in our own culture you know like our big thing at our houses we as a family we love to order pizza my kids love pizza was that culture appropriation from the italian every time we order pizza and by the way is a culture appropriation for the italians the spaghetti since they stole that from the chinese lobby wellknown that spaghetti originally originated in china answering before they were khamis by the way khamis when the come up with something was wonderful to spaghetti how varna's it go i mean we chinese food we go you know we we go get take out at pay way is pay way culture appropriation causes that run by bunch chinese folks i mean it's ridiculous these pete lizanne tifa people are just absolutely nuts by the way my wife texted me by the socks she will give me and it was all up beside she said there was revered finds i will be one thing if these were like a novelty sox but they were very nice sucks up the sides stint sense order or stitched on the side was natural born a hole and she was going to she was that's what she thinks that was you you'll get those from me for christmas and then she thought better of it and then she decided she was going to get them in she went back and they were all sold out so there are a lot of natural born eight holes that are warming their legs in their feet today around christmas of or whoever came up with a brilliant idea because there are a lot of a lot of ladies who would love to get their husbands though sucks i'm sure you can probably get them online but uh there you have it now onto the other stories out there and they are plentiful folks we got the bannon trump thing going back and forth we've also got uh more bone chilling cold coming and the power grid is now showing signs of strain by the way did everybody's heating and air conditioning keep up with all this stuff presses uh stop stop i hate those pop up videos i hate him metric whoever came up with their probably should be in jail was your heat keeping up with all this cold of when it was.
"khamis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Other peace to that is that now trump is saying call me lied about that exchange trump says he never ask only to let the flynn thing go so we may have trump's word against khamis word and khamis written notes that he made at the time about their conversation would be part of that so who are grand jury believes might determine whether there's an obstruction of justice charge i think so insofar as there may not be a paper trail that leads back to the president's out you have colmey is no it sets the closest that we seem to have in this moment of course there's a lot we don't know as we've seen with this special counsel in korea led by robert muller but aiding the time lighting tour is important just to reiterate it was on january twenty six that acting general sally yates had warned the white house about that she was concerned that flynn was lying to them and that federal officials had evidence of that uh end despite knowing about flynn's lies at trump continued to defend him um he met as you said william henry ford team fired sally eight s instead of firing mike flynn he fired sally aids and said it was because you fuse to defend the travel ban uh but he only fired up mike flynn as we said as is news became public of of yates is warning end so clearly uh they were we're willing to wait a long time it'll relieve will to surface but as you know i think is co mees word against the rest but there is one person who has uh history of uh not telling the truth or distorting the truth or outright lying and you have one person who does not they don't think it's a it's a anyone needs to guests that its colmey who has not been found to have credibility problems and it's the president who has throughout this investigation um not only had problems with his own credibility but actively sought to dismiss the entire investigation as fake news is a hoax and as a witchhunt repeatedly at least tried to intervene um if not potentially obstruct justice let's go on to the kashmir will and if you're just joining us my gushed is guardian washington correspondent sabrina should deke it passed the senate friday after passing the house should a different form what would you say or the trickiest parche of try to reconcile.
"khamis" Discussed on WJR 760
"A copy of the column he wrote in posted at national review and i just want to regional last paragraph dozen his headline he said that this whole thing this indictment of manafort is a boon for trump it is a it's a helpful thing and here's with anti wrote from president trump's perspective the indictment is a boon from which she can claim that the special council has no actionable collusion case it appears to reaffirm former fbi director khamis multiple assurances that trump is not a suspect and to the extent it looks like an attempt to play prosecutorial hard more with manafort the president can continue to portray himself as a victim of a witchhunt now i want you to contrast that with tuban legal analyst of cnn but oh his mother's marlene sanders the old nbc she was a reporter when i was a kid he was one of nbc's meet the reporters you know he made his next baldry oj trial and became cnn's legal analyst rows of books but he just sad that all of this that we've won them by we call bernstein over the weekend was all yeah we look at it forty fifty year jail terms he doesn't know what he's talking about manafort s bail was set at ten million by the way relatively cheap given manafort status but anyway here's tuban we got emails gonna puppet up of we got more evidence right out there today people trump campaign colluding with people make contact russia's andy mccarthy from president trump's perspective the indictments a boon from which he can claim the special council has no actionable collusion case and this appears to reaffirm khamis multiple assurances that trump's not a suspect remember that comey had told everybody but us that trump was never a suspected any of this and so here comes the first indictment and has nothing to do with the trump campaign at all in these idiots on cnn running around saying it proves collusion.
"khamis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"A copy of the column he wrote in posted at national review and i just want to regional last paragraph cousin in headline he said that this whole thing this indictment of manafort is a boon for trump it is a it's a helpful thing and here's with anti rook from president trump's perspective the indictment is a boon from which he can claim that the special council has no actionable collusion case it appears to reaffirm former fbi director khamis multiple assurances that trump is not a suspect and to the extent it looks like an attempt to play prosecutorial hard with manafort the president can continue to portray himself as a victim of a witchhunt now i want you to contrast that with tuban legal analyst of cnn but his mother's marlene sanders the old nbc she was a reporter when i was a kid she was one of nbc's leader reporters you know he made his maize ball during the oj trial and became cnn's legal amos wrote some box but he just sad that all of this that we've you know then why we called bernstein over the weekend was all yeah we look at it forty fifty year jail terms he doesn't know what he's talking about manafort s bail was set at ten million by the way relatively cheap given manafort status but anyway here's tobin we gotta emails we're gonna powered up we got more evidence right out there today the people trump campaign kohl looting with people in contact with russia's gandhi mccarthy from president trump's perspective the indictments a boon from which he can claim the special council has no actionable collusion case in this appears to re firm khamis multiple assurances that trump's not a suspect remember that comey had told everybody but us that trump was never a suspected any of this and so here comes the first indictment energy has nothing to do with the trump campaign at all in these idiots on cnn a running around saying it proved collusion.
"khamis" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"A copy the of the column he wrote in posted at national review and i just want to regional last paragraph does in his headline he said that this whole thing this indictment of manafort is a boon for trump it is a it's a helpful thing and here's with anti wrote from president trump's perspective the indictment is a boon from which he can claim that the special council has no actionable collusion case it appears to reaffirm former fbi director khamis multiple assurances that trump is not a suspect and to the extent it looks like an attempt to play prosecutorial hardball with manafort the president can't continue to portray himself as a victim of a witchhunt now i want you to contrast that with tuban the legal analyst of cnn but his mother's marlene sanders the old the nbc she was a reporter when i was a kid she was one of the embassies leading reporters you know he made his ball during the oj trial and became cnn's legal analyst rows of books but he just sad that all of this that we've what you know then why don't we called bernstein over the weekend was all yeah we'll look at it forty fifty year jail terms he doesn't know what he's talking about manafort affords bail was set at ten million by the way relatively cheap given manafort status but anyway here's tuban we got emails we've got a puppet up we got more evidence right out there today the people trump campaign kohl looting with people in contact with russia's and he mccarthy from president trump's perspective the indictments a boon from which he can claim the special council has no actionable collusion case in this appears to re we firm khamis multiple assurances that trump's not a suspect remember that comey had told everybody but us that trump was never a suspected any of this and so here comes the first indictment it has nothing to do with the trump campaign at all and these idiots on cnn running around saying it proves collusion.
"khamis" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That statement about he said under oath what he testified earlier in the year i had to go out i had to make these statements because it did was put the bureau wanted no one would believe what happened here we did make this affirmative statement yet the fbi the doj are spinning which lee then director of the fbi was james comey are determining how to spend this for the office of the attorney general i mean is all you have all of this going back and forth and they're acting as if so that when james comey comes on a place choir boy oh i was so outraged by the so concerned it i said what do you say good golly or good gosh whatever the term was that he had i had to do something what this is going in under him this is taking place under james khamis watch that his fbi and the department of justice were in cohoots here too with the media i mean these courtroom the media i hope i can put arrested us i hate to ask this question but i mean pressed into service i also talked with abc producer noted that they aren't interested even if bosh runs with it so that's what the doj press officials are stating as the stories breaking so what you have here is a media spin control because what loretta lynch did was unprecedented unprecedented and in fact i take it a step further completely unethical violating the law in my view and i think if you just and by the way we're not have been discussing year j the oh it's not an investigation it's a matter and call me listening and going along politically were right clinton talking points he said if i were stronger had more of a spy maybe i could have stood up to this was this is pathetic and by the way james comey with what he did i managed i was disappointed with the with the attorney general's press conference today in a not in a terrific it was just we're going to go after leakers where they should have been doing that for six months now understand he's not going to talk about active investigation but i think there was this going to build up to this was gonna be some big announcement on something ended up not being anything so be it but he is warning leakers.
"khamis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Statements because it was put the bureau wanted no one would believe what happened here we did make this affirmative statement yet the fbi the doj are spin it which the then director of the fbi chief james comey are determining how to spend this forty office of the attorney general i mean you have all of this going back and forth and they're acting as if so that when james comey comes on a place choirboy you know our so outraged by the soaking cernan i said what he say good golly are good gosh whatever the term was that he had uh i had to do something well this is going in under him this is taking place under james khamis watch that his fbi and the department of justice were in cohoots here too with the media i mean these quotes from the media i hope i can put arrested us i hate to ask this question but i mean pressed into service i also talked with abc producer no that they aren't interested even at fox runs with it so that's what the doj press officials are stating as the stories breaking so what you have here is a media spin control because what loretta lynch did was unprecedented unprecedented and in fact take it a step further completely unethical violating the law in my view and i think if you prefer chuck and violent we're not even discussing year j the oh it's not an investigation it's a matter and call me listening and going along politically with clinton talking points he said if i was stronger had more of a spy maybe i could have stood up to this was this is pathetic and by the way james comey with what he did i mean i was disappointed with the with the attorney general's press conference today in a not in a it was just we're going to go after leakers when they should have been doing that for six months now understand he's not going to talk about active investigation for i think there was this going to build up to this was gonna be some big announcement on something ended up nominating so be it but he is warning leakers i will say that don't do it but i think he got a prosecutor more than warning you got to actually take action but john with this.
"khamis" Discussed on WTMA
"Hi this is chris plante join me for the chris plante show weekday mornings at ten right after charlie james here on twelve fifty wtma while there's little ticked urban of illinois who's is bankrupt as a state that he jumps all over this with the help of cnn the constipation news no work and alice cammarata cut one go i think the president is still viewing this is just a little family problem a p or a problem it's not it's serious it involves a foreign power trying to invade our election process a farm power trying to invade our election process on whose watched but then occurred again barack now house benito obama oh yeah khamis watch brennan's watch susan rice has watch on the democrats watch and it so serious ladies and gentlemen they covered it up from the american people while was going on and they did nothing effective the stoppage so what does that have to do with donald trump nothing what does that have to do with his family nothing oh he thinks it's a little family problem now i think it's big democrat problem firepower trying to invade our election process and i'm sure the next time little dick durban on cnn alice cammarata will ask them about fusion gps and the democrat party's connection to won't you alice tell us isn't an allison sorry certainly wouldn't want to offend.
"khamis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In may just days after he fire our colmey then the head of an investigation into trump's associates ties to russian officials trump a disputed khamis version of the january dinner during which the director said the president had asked for a pledge of loyalty trump responded at the time via twitter that comey better hope that there no tapes quote of our conversation before he starts leaking to the press that apparently angry missive triggered a series of consequences each weightier in the last comey had suggested that the tweet prompted him to ask an associate to leak damaging information to the media the resulting news reports bill pressure on a top justice department official to appoint an independent prosecutor to oversee the russian investigation that special council is now reportedly investigating trump's own actions in a probe that could dug his presidency for the foreseeable future trump's declaration now that there are no recordings appear to settle a key dynamic in that investigation if now the president's word against khamis notes without recordings khamis version of his conversations with trump put he documented at the time shared with close associates and testified about to congress will likely play a key role as prosecutors consider whether trump inappropriately pressured the law men to drop the investigation into former national security advisor michael flynn investigators will also weigh the credibility of comey against a president who has shown a wildly commitment accuracy the revelation came one day ahead of a deadline to turn over any tapes to the house intelligence committee the timing drew attention away from the release of the senate's healthcare bill which the white house hopes can provide trump a much needed legislative victory to boost his sagging paul numbers the recordbreaking heat roasting the west has killed at least two people as seventy two year old man an an eighty seven year old woman died monday in san jose california their deaths were attributed to the heat santa clara county officials said large swath of california nevada and arizona are under excess.
"khamis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"About the performance of then director khamis ability to lead the fbi that you agreed with them deputy attorney general rosenstein memo fact that you'd work with director comey for some time did you ever have a conversation as a superior director comey with his failure to perform on some of these aki accusations and he wasn't running the fbi in a good way of that somehow the fbi was is is in turmoil did you had any conversations with rector comey me about the subject i did not so you're his his superior and there were some fairly harsh things said about director comey you never thought it was appropriate to raise those concerns before he was actually terminate by the president i did not do so on a on memoranda was prepared by the deputy attorney general are who evaluated his poor performance noted syria he has problems with it one of in you agreed with those are grade with those in fact our center moral we at talked about even before i was confirmed in before he was confirmed it's something that we both agreed to that a fresh start at the fbi was probably the best they just again seems a little i could understand if you talked about that before you came on you had a chance for fresh start there was no no fresh start suddenly were in the midst of the investigation and with timing that seems a little peculiar the what kind of the least may was out of the blue the president fires the fbi director and if there are all these problems of disarray and a lack of of the sweeter court the fbi all things if the acting director of the fbi denied is the case i would have thought that somebody would have had that kind of conversation with director comey was leased than that let's go to them may early april twenty seven to me has been brought up i think chairman product by the time april twenty seven came around you'd already been named as the chair of the of then candidate trump's national security advisor some showing up that meeting would be appropriate not ours the mayor lower hotel yes yes sir and you mentioned any was at the present soninlaw jared.
"khamis" Discussed on WJR 760
"White house of smearing his name the administration venture who's to defame me and more importantly the fbi by saying that the organization was in disarray that it was poorly lead that the workforce had lost confidence in its leader those were law is cleaning of named colmey described his what shall we say growing unease with the president starting with their very first meeting one on one in the trump tower what was about that meeting the lead you to determine that you need to start putting down a written record a combination of things i think the circumstances the subject matter and the person i was interacting with amazon assi concern that he might lie about the nature of our meeting and so i thought really important to document map and as soon as it was over call me started the in as fbi vehicle i'm taking those notes and from khamis perspective his oneonone interactions with president trump the only new drew more troublesome from him pulling the is the you know more famous than me you've seen the picture me walking across the blue room and what the president whispered in my ear was i really look forward to working with you and one week after the inauguration a private dinner at the white house and in an interview with nbc's lester holt the president as says the he calmly wanted that get together at dinner was arranged i think he has for the dinner do ju in any way initiate that dinner now equal he called me at my desk at lunchtime and asked me of was our free for dinner that night he said the have a six thirty and i i said whatever works few sir and then i hung up an added call my wife and breaking date with are supposed to take her out to dinner that night uh and that's one of the alltime great excuses for breaking in retrospect i would have alot springtime my wife i russia.
"khamis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"President trump says he never ask james call me for a pledge of loyalty and he denied ever asking the former fbi director to go easy on michael flynn trump's first national security adviser president trump says he is willing to testify to that under oath he spoke to reporters today for the first time since khamis dramatic testimony before the senate intelligence committee and furious scott horsely joins us now from the white house and god with the president says about the flynn matter of course directly contradicts what calmly told the senate committee how do we sort that one out robert one of these men line up colmey says the president told him he hoped he could left the flynn investigation go and that he took that as a direction from the president trump insist he didn't say that he also disputes conway's account of the private dinner the two men had where colmey said the president asked for that pledge of loyalty now calmly was testifying under oath abc's john caro oh asked the president would he be willing to do the same one hundred percent editor say under oath i hardly know the man i'm not going to say i want you to pledge allegiance who would do that who would ask a man to pledge allegiance under oath me think of it i hardly know the man remember ever not long after he fired colmey trump tweeted that the former fbi director better hope there are note heaps of those of their conversations call me didn't seem worried by that he said yesterday lordy i hope there are tapes trump was asked about that today he didn't really answer he teased reporter saying i'll tell you over a very short period of time that trump is contesting the much of what colmey said to the senate intelligence committee.
"khamis" Discussed on So That Happened
"Picked up out of the ether it did not a lot of it has not been confirmed but they there wasn't implication today with during coast testimony that it's still a matter that needs to be discussed in closed session which leads me to believe that there still something about a people are taken really deadly seriously pta passat but who do you think that this is ultimately like exculpatory now it's such a non sequitur trump's lawyer came out after khamis testimony and sad commie confirmed that my client is not a under direct investigation for colluding with russia not is was right which is because is now that that verb tents means a lot now because he did say during two during the during the hearing delayed he's shore quote sure that robert muller who the special who's been appointed special council is investigating the trump administration for obstruction right and it's just the non sequitur that's what we're looking at now whether trump's firing of james comey itself was corrupt whether that itself was obstruction of justice at least ugandan your for you see them did us a lot right like they always come out and say look trump won the election nobody is saying that russia you know hacked the election so that trump didn't win and it's like yeah that's that's true you know everybody who says the russia mess at the election also says that correct trump is president so they kind of try to divert people with stuff like this but yeah i mean absolutely at this point the story i think.
"khamis" Discussed on WTVN
"Mr ko army also testified that immediately after he was terminated he authorized his friends to leaked the contents of those memos to the press in order to in mr khamis words quote prompt the appointment of a special council close quote all although mr colmey testified that he only leak the memos in response to a tweet the public record reveals that the new york times was quoting from those memos the day before the referenced tweet which belies mr combes excuse for this unauthorized disclosure of privileged information and appears to be entirely retaliatory we will leave it to the appropriate authorities to determine whether these leaks should be investigated along with all the others that are being investigated in some it is now establish i that the president was not being investigated for colluding with or attempting to obstruct any investigation as the committee pointed out today these important facts for the country to know are virtually the only facts that have not been leaked during the course of these events it's as he said yesterday the president feels completely vindicated and is eager to continue moving forward with his agenda with the business of this country and with this public cloud removed thank you president trump's personal attorney reacting from testimony today performer fbi director james comey saying the testimony makes clear the president didn't try to interfere in the investigation into russian interference in the 2016 presidential election the council also saying colmey admitted to leaking privileged information to the press updates on this story in minutes and right now one 610 wtvn dot com making sheets when they found out what they caused they wanted to find a way to make them much more affordable to many more people so they investigated it and found out how to do it and they've done it it these sheets boll branch if you bought them under any of a brand at a department store i guarantee your you would pay a thousand dollars for what you wouldn't pay that but that's what they would cost they don't cost anywhere near than at boll branch because there is no retail operations have there's no middleman sunday distribution austin marketing costs they have a direct relationship with every customer because they sell only on the internet and people.
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"This colmey stuff at least want to get started this is very weird the senate committee has released khamis prepared statement in advance of tomorrow a why would they do this what if you look at it you might find some answers because there aren't any blockbusters here at least as i have had time to investigate there's nothing here that hasn't been reported there is and in fact there are some things here than i would consider to be exculpatory of trump if i wore one of these democrats desperate to find something damaging one thing live colmey says in his testimony to senate released this is testimony he will give tomorrow jio he says that he did a sure trump that trump was not the target of an investigation now that alone trump's been out there saying that's it colmey told him that three times and the media and the democrats when bonkers i thought trump was lying of trump was making it up they thought trump was trying to box colmey into what corner enforced trump the komi to say this because they didn't want to believe it they want to believe trump is the target because he's their target trump is the only target for the media and the democrats in the committee and colmey plainly says yet i ashore trump that he was not the target of an investigation that has got to be tremendously deflating for these people the new on a roundtable on cnn right now and they're orgasmic over just the fact that they've got the testimony and they're going through it live here they're discovering what's in it as they go along and so as they make their discoveries are you can see him he's a blank live on faces there also are things here that might have some of them revved up but but the brief summary here leases i have it comey says he did a short trump he wasn't the target he does a lot of build up to that he does just flat out say he does flat out say it but with a huge amount of build up but it's what he says he also said he felt the need to document that exchange with trump in a memo in fact this is quite telling about james colmey me read you this excerpt from the testimony i felt compelled to document.