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"kushner andrew" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"kushner andrew" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Welcome back it's time for hot notes and we had two giant things dumped on our heads today. And we'RE GONNA go over those first of all Jordan you have the Muller Muller our memo dump Yes the Justice Department has released another bundle of documents to buzzfeed and CNN. As part of their foia request this includes three hundred pages. I use it a Bendel. Being you like the Hobo Bendel. ooh that you tie close to do the Bandana full of documents. Great Heard Giuliani delivery. Some calligraphy on it or something like that crypt. This dump includes three hundred pages of notes for Witness Interviews Otherwise S. Three O. Two's you've heard us say that before on a podcast. We'll keep saying it because that's most of the stuff. It seems the three of US involved Cov- a cover interviews with people like jerk. Kushner Andrew. McCabe Sean Spicer Rains priebus Rick Gates Michael Cohen. And Steve Bannon. So there's a lot of very key players players That are included in these. They're still a lot of reductions. However so and guess what all the reductions happened to be on the interviews? The people closest to trump who would have guessed notes on Kushner totaled. Five pages in the document is almost entirely redacted totally redacted and you know what freaks me out too because we've thought I thought personally maybe not. y'All thought that the Kushner interview was dumped in January and it was a thirty one page redacted interview with the name redacted into turns out Kushner's only five pages so now I'm dying in a WHO that thirty one page motherfucker Yeah With the stuff that was released just in this round. It appears to topics our talked about. We're likely Michael Flynn definitely Michael. Flynn and the campaign's efforts to reach out foreign leaders after the election and then then also Talks about the trump tower meeting in December. Two Thousand Sixteen between Kushner. Flynn Kislyak. The reason it's all redacted is because of the law that allows the government to keep secret attorney to keep secret attorney notes and executive branch deliberations from the public. That's according to CNN They're still awaiting unredacted notes on an interview with Kushner they were supposed to get in January but have still not received because the intelligence community was looking over it for what could reviewing yes exactly exactly and so they just have didn't really no one knows when that's actually gonNA come out In in contrast with the memo's of people close to trump the rest of the three O oh twos are almost entirely unredacted. So it's very hard to not look at this dump from the Justice Department. Think that this is just more of the administration protecting itself and no one else. That's gross. Yeah Gary Griss so what do you think do you think I mean I'm trying to figure out how we can get these. Yeah I mean declassified I mean I don't think that a lot of this shit is classified and I don't know I mean it is judge Reggie Walton. WHO's overseeing this case? And he has. He has said in the courtroom. I don't think I will go through individually and yeah I'll go through these line-by-line and make sure that these are redacted. Right appropriately. Well it is being reported that et none of them none of the languages redacted for issues of harm to an ongoing investigation for example like shutdown. Yeah right a seriously but I guess the point just being that. The only reasons that are left are them trying to protect themselves basically Priam. Yeah for like yeah like. They're whatever internal attorney notes and and stuff that the executive branch wants to keep secret. And that's that's that's about all. They think they need to give as reasoning so. I don't no no. I have no idea. I don't know enough about how that sort of. You know appeals process looks really I Imagine Congress is not GonNa be satisfied with that yet or not. Co- well I mean I guess Congress but CNN buzzfeed their attorneys people. That are you know. Having a huge Lee vested interest in getting his unredacted file a motion to have the court review the reductions for appropriateness. That would probably be my next up. This bullshit Totally that makes sense. Yeah Yeah I think Reggie Walton would be inclined to do it I so how much do you know. Does Congress have of the unredacted redacted materials of those three twos none their position than they were getting. What buzzfeed is getting Nadler file? July twenty seventh Coincidentally when we were in Chicago with Rinaldo Mariotti WHO's coming up later in the show Filed to get the muller underlying documents and interviews and they filed for that. And they're still still. It's still in court. That's the one that's going to be heard by. The Supreme Court argued March thirty first with decision out end of June awesome. Thank you so there are truly operating off of the the same information the public has at this point. Yeah maybe Less there's some sort of super secret skiff that somebody people went in to to read. These documents MHM and so they know what's in it but they couldn't take notes or anything but I doubt it. I don't think they would have handed that shit over. Yeah well thank you yes I want to talk about the McCabe documents. So we've got a giant dump of finally the McCabe stuff so if you remember The Department of Justice was trying to get McCabe indicted. They impaneled grand jury for lack of candor to Inspector General and FBI agents and the federal grand jury did not return indictment. They didn't indict and so far was like Kept it open and the judge in this case Said look if the feds was look. You either have to close this case because you didn't return an indictment or you have to drop all of the firing documents that we're asked for in these foia requests the like all the documents surrounding the firing of of McCabe and the DOJ. Oku will you know go do. It will release the documents. We're not gonNA close the investigation for whatever the reason no reason but You know they said that they released documents. And so they've they've that was a while ago and now they're starting to slowly release them so we got this I dump and what we got. Were the three O two's With Lisa page McCabe and Komi So first elise a page page interview. This is two hundred pages of stuff. I'm just going to give you the what I thought stood out to me. Most of this as as listeners emotional you already know you already know from the McCabe interviews Jordan from Lisa page and the Molly fast interview. You know most of what what what is in these What I didn't what I was surprised about was the ongoing ongoing like relentless questioning of all three of these folks to try to get someone to say that McCabe leaked to to the press And just over and over again all three of them saying McCabe can't leak to the press. He's the deputy director of the FBI. He's authorized to talk to depress and they would just over and over. Keep keep probing that especially one specific agent whose name is redacted in these documents. So First Lisa Page told investigators no one had any concerns about McCabe going to the press because he had soul authorization to do so like I said remember. McCabe was being investigated for his lack of candor and speaking to the press about the Clinton email case back in two thousand sixteen and he said he told the Inspector General. I didn't recall doing that. But then he amended his statement to say. Oh I did I. I did that Sorry I forgot I did that. And then trump wanted to put them in jail for that but the grand jury like I said wound indict him so this is the Citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington Foia Case. And that's where we're getting all these documents. So then Lisa Page told investigators there were no discussions in the department about any leak from McCabe to her. You're nor would there have been because Andy had total authority to talk to the press though after all this happened. She said they started changing the policy. That all information to the press had to go through public affairs but that policy hasn't been finalized yet and most certainly wasn't in effect when Andy spoke to the Wall Street Journal page also told investigators combing never it came to her upset about it and they went after her heart about that. Did Mr Komi say anything to you know. Did Mr Axelrod say anything to you. Know did anyone at the FBI express concerns to you know do you have any conversations with senior. FBI managers about the article after it was published. No did you hear any. FBI managers raised concerns about it. No did you hear any department of Justice. Senior managers complain about it no so nobody was trying to figure out who sent this to the press. No I don't think this is really a thing I don't. I'm thinking drew any particular attention by anyone for any reason she said and that goes on for pages just them. No one was concerned. She's like no. Oh no nobody fucking care what he's allowed to talk to the press. He authorized me to talk to the press. I'm allowed to talk to the press we're authorized to talk to the press Zandi fucking McCabe So that goes on for page is pretty ridiculous. Then there's commes interview and it starts with McCabe according to Comi McCabe emailing Komi saying Hey bad news Wall Street Journal's publishing an article that my wife took election money from Hillary Clinton I got an ethics. Okay on this Sorry for adding to the drama and based on that email l.. Komi took McCabe off the decision to get a warrant to look at emails into the Weiner Laptop which according to Comi upset Andy. macomia insisted Saying there could. It'd be a perception of a conflict so I don't want you to be part of this but then Komi walk that back and said actually I think it was Andy who came to me and took himself off the case And then said he'd been thinking about it and he shouldn't be involved in the decision to to to open up a reopened the Clinton investigation into the Weiner Laptop apparently ribic who was one of the original Komo. Five and Lisa page. We're trying to tell Komi not to take off the case because this Komi says by the way because the rank and file saw. Ah Andy McCabe is an elitist blue flame or climber I duNno blue flavor. Means you're part you hit the top light them and if Komi Komi took took him off the case it would undercut Andy's authority down the road to the rank and file F. B. I.. Tony said he didn't care and he didn't have time and his instincts were right. So Rebecca communicated that that to to Andy when it came in when when and then he and then apparent so I guess Komi was like I told him to get off the case. Well no I remember Rebecca and page saying. Don't take the case of me saying I don't care I'm right. And then Rebecca told Andy that he was off the case and Andy came in and said I'm taking myself off the case. It's just all weird like didn't you take any contemporaneous notes homey and so companies that over and over the and the deputy director have the authority to speak to the press. He did say that. Over and over this combined with Lisa page assertion of the same policy be very hard for the grand jury to indict McCabe for lacking candor about a leak to the press it would be nearly impossible to prove corrupt intent when he has the authority to speak to the Wall Street Journal meaning if bar wants to charge him with lying to the FBI about speed the press. Does it make sense. He would lie about speaking to the press..

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"kushner andrew" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"kushner andrew" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Do this bizarre way to grieve. It's a bizarre way to say goodbye to my dad because it's so omnipresent and politics and not in a way like we're honoring him in the way that your weaponising his legacy in the way that you want. So I just want to say that. Please have a little more compassion. This is very hard. I try and put a face every day, and I try and be delicate possible. But Greece's tricky, and I'm still sad. And I'm sorry, if nine months and it's not enough for people to move on, but Trump is doing this, it makes it much right? Honey, those comments by Meghan. Mccain on ABC's the view earlier today, not Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failing to form a governing coalition and seeing a historic second snap election in September. The newly chosen Knesset was disbanded after listened to months, the election set for September seventeen just weeks ago. This seemed to be an improbable scenario it came as the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner was in Israel to meet with the government's leaders, including the prime minister to discuss what they hope would be a broader Middle East. Peace plan, a planet now, very much on hold the two spoke to reporters into limb. It's always a great pleasure to welcome. Joe? Kushner andrews. To visual to Jerusalem to discuss common efforts for prosperity security and peace. I have to say that from play with him today about how the United States under President Trump is working to. Allies together in this region against common challenges, but also to sues common opportunities and.

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"kushner andrew" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"kushner andrew" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Kushner, Andrew what percentage of companies are planning parties? What does it look like now right now it's about sixty five percent of companies and not according to a survey of about one hundred and fifty HR reps from you know, from one hundred fifty companies. And how different is that from years past that is definitely down. It looks to be that it was about hovering around seventy five percent or seventy five percent back in two thousand sixteen. The lowest was sixty two percent. And that was in two thousand and nine, you know, right? When everyone was struggling with the great recession. So Andrew, what's the story? Why are some companies shying away from holiday parties? Not exactly one hundred percent clear, but the people doing the survey have a good guests that a lot of it has to do with the metoo movement and concerns from companies about, you know, throwing parties where there's alcohol and in in creating situations where you know workers exposing themselves to sexual misconduct. That sort of thing to alcohol certainly had spin around at these parties for quite a while says it really or are there. Some underlying other problems with alcohol, it's not clear at least from this. Because the the number of people the number of companies that say they're still they're still having parties, you know, they're not cutting back on alcohol intact did many of the companies who are still hanging onto the parties. This year are actually increasing their budget for the parties in none are reducing their budget. So it's not quite clear. We're speaking with marketwatch's Andrew Kastner Andrew there. Some other stories or other reasons cited in your story for why some companies are not having holiday parties, including the fact that a lot of work forces are spread around. How's that affecting things? It's not really fun Davos, a soiree via Skype be everyone's all, you know, telecommuting from various places, it's tough to wrangle everyone together. Into one place at one time in another reason that they that survey is thinking about is maybe parties at another time of year. And this is my speculation. Maybe they're hoping to get a better deal on a on a venue. You know, not in the holiday season who knows. And what does the economy has an effect on these parties are our companies not wanting to spend money right now. Well, you would think maybe they'd be a little bit more easier with the cash because it's, you know, by a lot of measures a really good economy right now, you know, it's been a bull market for nine years. Unemployment is low. We're about almost a year or so into the implementation of a tax cuts at the federal level. Would you would think would be reaping a lot of tax savings for companies? So you'd think they'd be willing to pony up. Andrew you've heard a lot of stories about behavior gone awry because of alcohol or other reasons or flirting or inappropriate relationships or whatever, but what are some of the benefits of having a holiday party? I guess. The benefit one of the biggest things that that that the survey definitely points to is just getting getting your workers together and team building exercise of just kind of being together and building those relationships has as a team when it goes all well, and there's no, you know, alcohol fueled shenanigans or something like that. But in the best it's meant to build that cohesion. That is market watch reporter, Andrew Kashmir with this. Weekend's Jennifer Kushinka, it is thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend. New York, Indonesia,.

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"kushner andrew" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kushner andrew" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Nine seven zero two nine nine nine is the phone number here i want to continue the conversation that we had last week when i was broadcasting live from birmingham alabama and in the wake of donald trump's jerusalem decision what do you think of donald trump's decision to move the us embassy eventually from tel aviv's word should each roussel them and of his recognition of jerusalem do you think that it's a bad thing do you think that it's a good thing up i would love somebody last week we have a phone call of out i let him a stay on for met many minutes i trying to insanely ridiculously argue that donald rump recognizing reality and saying the jewish limit israel's capital and if that's not a good things i want more of those phone calls please i if you will art so delusional that you actually believe that that is the case you'll get to the front of the line tonight eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine suna okay abbas today or i believe this was last night he no recognize he no says that were not we the yellow but uh the the palestinian authority is not only not going to meet with vice president mike pence were also not going to continue to meet with jared kushner andrew shen green bought and others because they say the united states is not an honest broker or so called in socalled peace talks now this was another in ridiculous they're abbas has literally bolted every single peace negotiation ham so have the palestinian authority leadership under other leaders lake arch terrorist yasser arafat there are no peace negotiations there never have been because the palestinian authority has bolted every single time because the palestinian authority has rejected peace every single time time and time again every state ever offered always out completely rejected by the palestinian authority so how could the media how could the lawyering media will be knowhow of course we see that they are the lying propagandist media but the fact that they could even take seriously that all of a sudden there's there's there's there's no chance for peace with the.

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