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"latimer putin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:03 min | 7 months ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"The election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.

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Protesters For Navalny In Russia Arrested

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters For Navalny In Russia Arrested

"Alexei. Navalny was immediately jailed by vladimir putin when he returned to russia on january seventeenth after five months of recovery in germany from a deadly poisoning. That he says was five latimer. Putin protests erupted in russia last weekend in support of me it was one of the largest anti putin protests in his twenty one years in power. Navales brother oleg was arrested and detained for forty eight hours. Russian police raided the homes of several of mr navalny's allies anastazia. Vasilyeva did not stop playing the piano when the police raided her home

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"latimer putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Expressed concern over Russian election meddling I'm not gonna try to get in the Latimer Putin's had what I know is that this kind of interference is incredibly dangerous for our democracy and we need a president who takes it seriously and is going to act to make sure that any power whether it is Russia or anybody else who even gets the idea of interfering in our elections gets the message through our deterrence that it is not worth the attempt at a Las Vegas rally president trump minimize new warnings from U. S. intelligence experts said Russia is interfering in this year's election campaign in an effort to help them win reelection sure that's the only thing that could have been a good anything else to get nothing done do nothing Democrats it does just that I want to make sure I get should a prison following his sentence commutation by president trump's former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is in the hunt for a post prison career look what he says he learned a valuable lesson in prison about the system that's not in there when you've been put where I was and you have all the time that I was given to us thank and look back on some of the things you might have done different that's certainly an area that you talked about that I certainly wish I would have done more on there's no question about that I didn't know how corrupt the criminal justice system was intimidated to meet and that was a wake up call Wells Fargo admitted to pressuring employees in a fake accounts scandal and has agreed to pay three billion dollars to resolve criminal and civil investigations into its fraudulent sales practices it's been a six fold jump in viral infections in South Korea and four days to three hundred forty six initial infections in South Korea linked to China's corona virus outbreak but the new cases do not show a clear connection to travel and barbecues that was W. E. mail news at ten oh two I'm trying here the second time in two weeks a Naval Academy midshipmen has.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on KGO 810

"Russian election meddling post prison career through sept the day before the Nevada caucuses presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said he was briefed about a month ago by US officials that Russia has been trying to help his campaign fellow democratic presidential candidate P. booted judge expressed concern over Russian election meddling I'm not gonna try to get in the Latimer Putin said what I know is that this kind of interference is incredibly dangerous for our democracy and we need a president who takes it seriously and is going to act to make sure that any power whether it's Russia or anybody else who even gets the idea of interfering in our elections gets the message through our deterrence that it is not worth the attempt at a Las Vegas rally president trump minimize new warnings from U. S. intelligence experts said Russia is interfering in this year's election campaign in an effort to help them win reelection it's just information that's the only thing that could have been a good anything else to get nothing done do nothing Democrats did just that I want to make sure I get fresh out of prison following his sentence commutation by president trump's former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is in the hunt for a post prison career look way which says he learned a valuable lesson in prison about the system that sent him there when you've been put where I was and you have all the time that I was given to think and look back on some of the things you might have done different that's certainly an area that you talked about that I certainly wish I would have done more on there's no question about that I didn't know how corrupt the criminal justice system was until they did it to me and that was a wake up call Wells Fargo admitted to pressuring employees in a fake accounts scandal and has agreed to pay three billion dollars to resolve criminal and civil investigations into its fraudulent sales practices it's been a six fold jump in viral infections in South Korea and four days to three hundred forty six initial infections in South Korea linked to China's corona virus outbreak but the new cases do not show a clear connection to travel and barbecue sept interesting creature inhabits the flat plains of many important mobile dashboard the most agreeable and whatnot along twenty six despite having no brain function.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"We're listening to someone special report troll impeachment trial trial manager internship says the memo from the July phone call between president trump and the president of Ukraine deals that trump was pushing the crowd strike conspiracy theory that his own administration and publicly debunked you can imagine Putin in the Kremlin with his aides when one of his aides comes into the office and says well Adam you're never going to believe this the president of the United States is pushing our crowd strike theory I mean you can imagine the incredulity of Latimer Putin you're kidding right you mean he really believes this trial manager Sylvia Garcia says the evidence reveals the president acted corruptly with Ukraine in order to try to win prove his chances of reelection Democrats are in day two of their three days allocated to make their case the defense will also get three days to present its side hi Mike moss the trump administration is preparing to launch its most significant environmental rollbacks correspondent Scott Carr reports new rules will allow land owners and developers to dump pesticides and fertilizers directly into many American water ways president trump laws the efforts soon after taking office to repeal or weaken nearly one hundred environmental rules and laws designed to protect more than half the nation's wetlands and hundreds of thousands of small water ways the rule sharply scaled back the government's interpretation of which of the waterways qualify for protection it has a victory to the producers of natural gas and oil as well as real estate developers and some rural landowners environmental attorney say the move puts drinking water for millions of Americans at risk the World Health Organization says the viral illness in China that is sickened hundreds of people is not yet a global health emergency eighteen people have died worldwide the WHO's says the problem may.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Moscow with the Kremlin Latimer Putin has coordinated murders election hacking propaganda the entrapment of willing fools and greedy underlings to put their own selfish interests over liberty Putin sixty so disarray and destabilize democracies and the NATO alliance at Putin's direction rush illegally invaded Ukraine in twenty fourteen and as you crane defends Europe's eastern flank fourteen thousand people have been killed and put his hand with over two million displaced rather than stand up to Putin president trump and as many as eight a first in hastening Russian interference in our twenty sixteen elections and then more recently withholding vital military aid from Ukraine to corsets interference in our twenty twenty elections for Mr trump's personal gain channel ladies times expire might I and by staying on word liberty vote for the articles of impeachment gentleman from Georgia thank you let us figure this time I yield a minute and a half the general for North Carolina not Murphy madam speaker I rise in opposition to these baseless articles of impeachment and the unprecedented process that's been used in this effort to impeach the duly elected president of the United States it is a mockery of American justice in seventeen eighty eight one of our founding fathers Alexander Hamilton wrote in the federalist papers in many cases impeachment we'll connect itself with the pre existing factions any such cases there will always be the greatest danger that the decision will be regulated more that a comparable straight the party's majority and minority them by real demonstrations of innocence or guilt what does this mean it means that the majority can exert its influence regardless of justice in this statement Hamilton warned us about the danger of mob rule Democrats have a criminal and have been searching for a crime for three years but this president has not committed a crime as a leader of American foreign policy the president has a constitutional obligation to root out corruption in countries to which we provide aid this is not an abuse of power it is his job one of the articles is obstruction of Congress the only thing that's been instructed is this president's right to due process I don't blame the president for refusing to fully participate in this guilty until proven innocent circus this is not how our founding fathers framed American justice this is a tragic day in our nation's history we have individuals that hate this president more than I love this country our country needs prayer and not this destructive partisanship thank you are you are back from New York man is bigger the president's obstruction is unprecedented in categorical president trump claims that the house cannot investigators misconduct outside of impeachment wiry he defies local congressional subpoenas then and then he sues to block third parties from complying with such subpoenas even as he pursues his own interest in court his administration simultaneously argues that Congress is barred from obtaining judicial enforcement when executive branch officials disregarded subpoenas so when can the president be held accountable for his for his wrongdoing in his mind never because the constitution however disagrees congressman Jerrold Nadler one minute to the gentlelady from the district of Columbia miss Holmes Norton generally these house floor live on C-SPAN radio one minute.

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Source to Fox: Whistleblower did not have 'firsthand knowledge' of Trump-Ukraine phone call

Ask the Experts

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Source to Fox: Whistleblower did not have 'firsthand knowledge' of Trump-Ukraine phone call

"House so we have Nancy Pelosi in the last twenty four hours calling William Barr saying he's gone rogue we have Donald Trump talking about spies possible spies in the White House we have tried calling for Adam Schiff resignation. we now know that this whistle blower is a C. I. A. officer how did bar handle the complaint apparently pop but let me just give you step by step process here the administration initially blocked Congress from viewing the complaint citing presidential privilege and only released a redacted version of the report to lawmakers this week after the impeachment inquiry had begun the complaint also alleges that the White House sought to lock down details of the call by moving it onto a secure classified computer system that we spoke about briefly yesterday the complaint also details extensive interactions between Rudy guiliani the drunk trump's personal attorney and Ukrainian officials and I as I mentioned the whistle blower was a C. I. A. officer. I mean this is just in the last few hours actually all this information coming out this morning and now this morning and I told you this is going to happen Vladimir Putin has to be shaking in his boots the Kremlin is now saying that it is hoping dearly that the U. S. won't release details of the put the trump calls one. why what would be in those calls that would be so damaging I'm sure they were just talking about you know grab a beer right Latimer Putin. and Donald Trump so what is all this stuff meet. what does this mean as we take it out step by step and dissected today as we will. again what is it me. what better person to have on the air with us right now to kind of sort everything out boy there is a lot to sort out an attorney Michael Avenida Michael thank you so much for coming on our you. I'm great good morning good morning well I want to start off by saying this because you you put out a tweet this morning that I thought was fantastic because as you know a lot of people on the right are going after this whistleblower including Donald Trump saying well wasn't first hand knowledge what the hell does he know I want to read one your tweets and I want you to talk about because I think it's very powerful you said hypothetically a guy is sitting in a bar he overhears two other men describing the brutal rape murder they carried out two nights ago he has no first hand knowledge but he gets their license plate number and reports them to police doesn't mean he's not credible or the police don't investigate and you're and you're so right on that I want you elaborate on that for us. we are what we refer people understand is that this is the investigatory process right that's the stage of which were at we're not in the trial we're not in a formal impeachment Erin so the rules of evidence do not apply now the rules of evidence relating to here say or the rule of evidence related to here say it's a very complicated process and rule in fact a lot of judges don't even understand that related to the exceptions and when statements can be used and when they cannot be used but what's important is is worn out after that stage in this process people rely on hearsay police officers the FBI and others rely on hearsay all the time when they're investigating investigating crimes you know someone will will port today over heard somebody in a bar say something or in a restaurant or someone will have a friend who said that they overheard something that doesn't mean the police don't investigate that they don't look into it right so the fact that this witness this whistle blower supposedly had no first hand knowledge means absolutely nothing so what we now have a transcript of the call our actually not a transcript as I pointed out in the past now senator Feinstein is demanded the actual transcript because what was released was a summary we're now going to have other officials and witnesses first hand witnesses from the White House presumably they're going to be called to testify and there's going to be an investigation as to what really happened here whole idea that we're going to discount everything that that is that is in this whistleblower complaint because somehow it's hearsay is is ludicrous Sean Hannity last night on fox I saw that snippet we did this whole mock you know objection your honor hearsay sustained you know game over won't cuss words Sean we're not in a trial this is in a trial where in the beginning stages of an investigation. to determine whether the president of the United States abused his power and misuse the office and Michael let's not let's not even forget about this possible cover up I'm sure you've heard the administration initially blocked Congress from doing this complaint it is not out of the realm of possibility based on some of the evidence that's coming forward that William Barr might have sat on this for several weeks and done nothing other than try to figure out how to push this underneath the rug and Nancy Pelosi now saying he went rogue I mean what do you think about this. well very often the cover up is worse than the crime and I actually think that that's going to be the undoing of Donald Trump in this particular situation and in particular what I'm talking about is the moving of this transcript or summary from the one server to another server which appears to have been done to obstruct access to it to prevent access to it and to make sure that it never saw the

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"latimer putin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"W.. Thursday Joe you got to help us out here because you're Mister newsletter I heard your lead story five o'clock you see I I only watch fox news so they don't have the story so. western so trump supposedly makes a promise to a foreign leader right and a whistle blower files a complaint you could you could have a whistle blower complaint against the president is I need to present to me I said can't make a promise to a foreign leader you can a conversation well formally it did apparently alarms somebody and they want to report it or they actually have what exactly did he promised to eat well we don't know that and we don't know who made the who's making light pages Strock at the FBI is that it I don't know the lovers I mean I remember when Obama was caught without open Mike any has Latimer Putin look let me get past the election yeah I mean the thought world leaders talk to each other I was the big deal here well trouble's all know how. good morning Michael what he left to go yeah I'm ready for it. the central just correct me if I'm wrong Joe and I'm sure the two we are going to jump on it before I finish the sentence doesn't trump have a history wasn't in the oval office giving away some kind of intelligent secret to Russians and and did he also tweeted out a a top secret picture of a rant on his Twitter feed and doesn't have a little history here of have having a loose lips no no he now has the ability to declassify anything to do whatever is the present yeah it's fine. all right morning everyone he classifies by tweet yeah the new it's a modern era lan welcome to the twenty first that supports boy are right I thought I did very well yesterday you do any like you did banning you did you know it was Peyton manning that's why can't this older brother. it won a couple super bowls matter here in Indianapolis have the roadies grown Adlai grow you know you've you've screwed up our big three stories secretary of state mock Mike Pam Peyo Mike Pompeii the man said if it's she's as everyone doing today that's a good start laying it well Pompeii calls the attacks on Saudi Arabia an act of war lessons that Joe Biden the broadcasting. I'm gonna place I'm gonna play the big three of my record player. we place new sanctions on Iran other presidents says you know there's still time for dastardly acts from I love that I asked I love that word dastardly data that we can do you know but if you ask.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"China is not an enemy heck if China's not an enemy then then then Latimer Putin is really a a woman in these present the ladies aid if yeah they don't let me teach that in the department of the the but the I'm gonna get my own department pretty soon it's going to be called the department of comic real relief and and reality department of comic relief in reality Latimer Putin is a gangster and to be contained and and Chinese an enemy and you know in that sentence in that analysis you can see what the problem is with dealing with China and president trump is that the Chinese economy is not imposing this trade worth an imposing great cost centers if you look outside the economists it was costing consumers a thousand dollars a piece in higher prices if you look at fighting inflation lately I mean it's kind of like looking for ways on you know a small lake in Nebraska the Nebraska is not a good surfing state and the trade would think that a good place to look for consumer caught but it does cost to something the long run we're better off because China appears to have a lot of staying power they're willing to put up with one of the pews from us but what it is doing is causing companies to re think their engagement with China which is a good thing you know General Motors the military man running a car company it really shouldn't be as engaged with China as it is simply because it comes up with something cool they would feel it and if it comes up with something not so cool they won't buy it but in reality it's hard to make money over there and it's we're losing our technology to them and we're losing leadership in a lot of areas and it's really not smart TV doing that would you would you with is a nother gangster state I mean you know they do a great terribly repressive things with you how much confidence would you have in the new president of France.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on WSB-AM

"New York City information, you want truth you demand. It's Brian Kilmeade. Hey hope you had a great week has been exciting week, especially seeing the president overseas. A lot of breaking years specially with catastrophe the border. We've had a great roster guest this hour is going to be no exception. Dana Preto was lining up. She's going to be coming in fifteen minutes. Then we go to the White House, Mercedes slap is going to tell you what's happening. There is a lot going on today. And this is one of these times we go to the White House. A really don't know what they're going to say about what's at stake, especially as it goes with Mexico right now the Mexican foreign the state. There's diversion of state departments been intone all week trying to avoid tariffs the president threatened before he left and we'll talk about now that he's back and captain, Leslie Smith will be here, capitalism Smith's invested at the Gary Sinise foundation. One of the finest veterans foundations in the country with following two stories with the stories of Russians are feeling the roads again, maybe because they were not invited today or maybe because they are now have a bounce in their step because. President. She says if Latimer Putin's to my best friend, and now they feel as though they can challenge your ships and planes, latest, one was in the Philippine sea. There's video out there now. Check it out. The US navy says, what are they worships was forced to maneuver to avoid a collision at sea with the Russian destroyer? They came within fifty feet of the USS chancellor's Ville, a guided missile cruiser three times we would challenge three times. We were backed off. That's gotta stop. Let's go now with the stories you need to know. Brian's big three number three. This one feel like I have so much left. Proof.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The Mona reports in you don't get the do it again. We're not going to help you out. Anyway. So here's this woman telling Biden, I think is an illegitimate president. And that's it gets a bunch. Here's here's what bite me said. Would you be my vice president? Folks. Look, I absolutely agree. You're absolutely right. And now they have an investigation of the investigators are investigating whether or not Latimer Putin and the Russians engaged in trying to can't me a break. Gosh. Oh, mighty give me a break. Gushing. You ran out of things to say there. Joe rights ran thing. So give me a break. Gush almighty. That's not what the investigation was Joe. You people were trying to make the American people believe at Trump was a traitor. You were trying to make people leave at Trump was an agent of Putin. And that's what this woman means. That's what you've made her believe Joe you and your media have made this woman believe that Donald Trump is a Russian agent sleeper agent. And you're out there applauding her for this and telling her that you agree. Now, they have an investigation of investigators were investigating whether or not Putin and the Russian gate. No, that's not what they were investigating. There wasn't an investigation old Joe. There was an attempt to make everybody think what this woman thinks there was an attempt to lie to the American people using the media with the FBI CIA, the DOJ to convince people Trump was a traitor, and here you are agreeing with her. Asking her to be your vice president and people are out there saying rush, Biden proves a democrat party's not that far with the s they're not that far left. Democrat party is as far left as I have ever seen them. And I don't care who it is that ends up being their standard-bearer. But if it's this guy. Well, I gotta take a break. To.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Michael beg very much. Nathan the US deployed aircraft carrier strike group and land based bombers to the Middle East. The US defense official says it's in response to indications that Iran and its proxy forces were repairing to possibly attack you as forces in the region. The official says you as forces at sea and on land where thought to be the potential Iranian targets. The Israeli army says it has lifted protective restrictions on residents in southern Israel, signaling a ceasefire agreement that has been reached with Palestinian militants in Gaza to end the bloodiest fighting between the sides since the two thousand fourteen wore special counsel, Robert Muller's testimony before congress has been tentatively scheduled. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. It is set for may fifteenth before the House Judiciary committee. But now President Donald Trump has changed his mind on whether it should. Should happen at all. Now, you said in the past he'd have no objections and even on Friday that's up to our attorney general who I think is done a fantastic job. But then yesterday tweet u-turn no reduce for dams. Are they looking for a redo because they hated saying the strong, no collusion conclusion. So congressman Eric swallow. Well on CBS says it's kind of like dealing with a bad kid who now needs to be punished the bigger picture here if we are not able to protect our people from a foreign attack. Do we really actually have a government that can defend us in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak and arrow flawed playing under domestic Russian flight made a fiery emergency landing at an airport in Moscow killing forty one people according to Aeroflot plane had seventy eight people on board. President Trump's ex lawyer Michael Cohen is due to start a three year prison sentence today for crimes including campaign finance violations related to hush money payments made on Trump's behalf North Korea fired a new weapon during. Live fire drills this weekend. It came a little over a week after Kim Jon met with Russia secretary of state Mike Bombayo on ABC's this week is watches took place just after he met with Latimer Putin. So clearly chairman Kim has not yet been able to get precisely what he wanted ABC's this week and be heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio. New York mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to launch his presidential campaign in a few days. That's according to the new York Daily News global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan. Thank you, Michael.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They are doing to Robert Muller right now. Was that that from the old America's top model show where Tyra banks down this is what exactly like Adam Schiff is doing an error. Swale wells doing give it to me. One more time. Kyle. I was ready for you. We were rooting for you, Robert Muller. How dare you can not be any more indictments? What is this man? I gotta be honest like I thought CNN would be in just straight panic mode today because this turned out to be a nothing burger their boyfriend. Michael avenue is going up the river for a little bit. It's not been a good day at CNN. But man MSNBC on this past Friday. It was Defcon five man. I haven't seen MSNBC that upset since election night, you're awake. By the way. You're not having a terrible terrible dream. Also, you're not dead. And you haven't gone to hell, this is your life. Now, this is our election. Now, this is us this is our country that was election night. When Donald Trump had been declared the winner that was Rachel Maddow objective. Reporting going on they're not in hell, President Trump just got elected Maddow was in tears that night. She was very close to swelling. And crying again this past Friday. If you missed the show, this is all from one show, by the way, this isn't a montage of years, or you know, multiple shows this was from just this past Friday Russians Russia Russians Russian Russian Russian Russian Russia Russian Russia, Russia Russia Russia in Moscow, Russia Russia. Russia Putin Russian Russia Russia Russia Russia Russia against us. Russians. Russians rush against the US the Russians rush rush rush. Rush. Rush and the Russian government scant the Russians Latimer Putin Russia. Vladimir Putin, Putin Putin and Russia Russia Russia Russia Russia. Russia the Russians Russians Russians Russia Russia Russia, Russia, Russia, Russia, Putin Putin. Putin Putin go to Russia Russia that does it for us tonight. We will see you tomorrow. For everybody tonight. If that does make you wanna dance. I don't know who put this together nights. I think you sent this to me somebody put together the collusion. Media coverage dance mix instead of collusion..

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"latimer putin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We may look at the big bag of bad Russians and say there was some real incompetent in there as well. Indeed. You've got to ask yourself. How capable are the Russians if they're going to put a scheme like this and play, and you know, this oughta tell us a they're not ten feet tall certainly in be. They're very discoverable. If we are willing to shine a light on saying today. So don't you them being discoverable impact? You think Muller's filings had several months ago where we told the Russians in the world. Not only do we know where you have does from. We know what the building was. We know what key strokes you hit. We know what officer was sitting at the computer when you were doing that. In fact, we know so much more about you than you will ever hope to know about us. What message does that send to the Russian Intel community, and it's kind of a two edged sword. It's a feel good moment. Certainly in Mike. Have some capability in terms of deterring them a bit on the other hand, Joe? And you know, this information exactly at the end of the day. The information is valuable your sources and methods are the crown jewels of intelligence really wanna kinda hold those does it act as a deterrent. Well, and I think that is so far the answer is no because we see them continue to prop and pope for their acting with impunity. And they've gotten quite a lot of mileage if you look at Russia, not just this but Russian foreign policy over the last couple years talk about getting a lot of mileage to mix metaphors out of a pretty weekend. They cut an extraordinary return on what the on the Middle East and Ukraine with American elections would Brexit. I really I'm hard pressed on about you. I'm hard pressed to think of another country that actually had fewer resources that has as much to show for it. Please find me, and I opened this up to the table and any you were please find me. Over the last well in modern history, please find me a country a weaker country playing a stronger hand at the same time that they're global competitor, a stronger country is playing the weaker hand. Madeleine Albright talked about that yesterday. I can't think of an example. No there is not one. And here you have to give credit if you will to Latimer Putin who is a very capable tactician. He's a bad strategist in the sense that he will eventually lead Russia down a rabbit hole. Russia needs to integrate with the west that's their future. China looks at Siberia, all of its resources nobody lives there. Like my dog looks at a rib ice. Well, China over time will exert itself on Russia and Putin's strategy is going to fail the Rhodesia. It's gonna fail Russia, and will and again, I always accused Donald Trump being a day trader but the day, but what Putin is trainer. Here's a contactable desperately desperately needs to be brought in a strategy the world community, they need a strategy for integrating into the twenty first century. Instead of warning what happened on Christmas day nineteen Ninety-one. It's over the Soviet Union fell. So where does Russia go from here? There's there's there's no real economy because an introduced a dose of economic reform, and you know, what they're also going to have a succession problem one of the problems with countries like Russia is when you have no political jalousie, how do you transfer power? China's going to run into that problem potentially. Russia Shirley Turkey you. Go around the world all these top heavy systems. They are sowing the seeds for their own. And that's what worries me the most right now about Russia is yes, Vladimir Putin scares us. You know, what should scare us even more with comes after a Russia without Vladimir Putin. Because I can we can all remember the Russia before Vladimir Putin was frightening as hell because there were nuclear weapon source stockpiles of nuclear weapons there was no control over those nuclear weapons. It was it was chaos. Speaking of chaos. I can't let you go before we talk about Venezuela Scher. So let's talk about this way. Let's do it before we get there. I do want to say one thing about Russia too close which is weird of being more concerned about Russia weakness that Russian strings xactly so Venezuela, and by the way, this is I sorry, don't don't don't yell at me. Alex, Email, I wither..

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"latimer putin" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"But later you look at things like when he bought part of Eastern Airlines and rebranded it as the Trump shuttle or the plaza hotel. He was terrible at making those deals and even worse at executing them. So over time, I think he came to regard his own abilities. As maybe something like what people read in the art of the deal. Now, most took what's in the art of the deal was not from the president. It was from Tony Schwartz even the title came from Tony. So we have to wonder at every step of the way. What is Donald Trump really responsible for and how much is just hype? That's the development of is reputation. And none of which would really matter if he wasn't present the United States and meeting one on one with Latimer Putin multiple times meeting one on one with Kim Jong UN with no one else present in the room, which is highly unusual. I mean, he for whatever reason he insists on meeting with these people alone. The the plight. Explanation is that he feels so confident in his deal making that the by force of personality. He can somehow make something happen. Yes. But that wouldn't explain the fact that he doesn't want you want to know, what was said. I'm very worried about that to be honest. Yes. But going back to what Michael said he he did have a lot of skills in the beginning. And one of the things that he doesn't boast about where we think this is greatest skill. This is salesmanship he could sell ice in the winter to us, and he he built his reputation on him selling himself. And this deal thing is part of that. And he has sold themselves to people in that looking back at it. And they said, well some deals will. But why launch most of them were not so good, especially the later ones that Michael mentioned like the plaza and the shadow I mean, he just paid Eskin price and he casino stuff that didn't end and well, right? No, no. It didn't especially the Taj Mahal which was probably his downfall. He had to have it. It was the biggest casino. In Atlantic City. And that's when I say is ego took over is that Michael part of the Rodney think his ego. Oh, it definitely is. I remember when I discussed with then businessman Trump the site of negotiating so that everyone wins and. Experts on negotiation will say that the key to it is having an empathy for the other party to understand where they're when is located and then get to a place where everybody wins. And so I said to him what do you think of this concept of win win? And he said I prefer the concept of I win. So that's really where he's at when it comes to negotiation. And it's I think why he has so much trouble on the world stage. There are so many moving parts so many bilateral relationships, and he can't keep track of on Michael dantonio Barbarez. Great davick. Thank you, the pleasure on this Martin Luther King day, some lawmakers or letting loose on President Trump during sharp contrast between the president and the lead civil rights icon. It was new holding back wasn't fair ill. You'll hear it next..

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"latimer putin" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"United States constantly meeting with Putin not wanting anyone to know what he said reciting Soviet era propaganda directly the Soviet line on the propriety wisdom of the Soviet Union going to have ghanistan lots and lots of credible reasonable people in the national security community in the intelligence community. And the political community have wondered aloud is the president taking direction from Russia. And or is he more interested in serving the interests of Russia than the United States? And so in the circumstance in which a president is privately expressing an interest in withdrawing from NATO, which I don't know any reasonable national secure. Official or defense department official thinks that's a good idea. If he's doing it at the behest of his friends Latimer Putin that is one hundred percent impeachable this next week comes from clicky fingers. The XL God, that's J WD who writes at pre Perera, I feel like partisans on both sides are out in full force today. And I don't know how concerned I should be about bar getting confirmed can you cut through the rhetoric on both sides and share your thoughts, hashtag ask Prete. Okay. Cookie fingers or Mr. X L God. However, you like to be addressed look you're talking about the confirmation hearing a much of which I watched yesterday which was January fifteenth Tuesday, and it's kind of a mixed bag. I will tell you in. I I've seen a lot of commentary and seen a lot of the reaction from both people on the democratic side in on the Republican side their deep concerns that people have particularly given the track record of Jeff Sessions and the issues relating to recusals and whether or not Bob Muller contained place so on the. Side of concern. You have I think legitimate issues raised with respect to Bill bar taking a slightly different approach slightly different. But significantly different approach to the issue of coucil than his predecessors. So Jeff Sessions made very clear in the Senate questionnaire that he would seek and follow advice of ethics officials. And then he ended up doing that and withdrew from any oversight responsibility of the Muller investigation. Bob bar in very different language. The he reiterated yesterday at his hearing says he will consult with the ethics officials doesn't say he will follow the direction given or the advice provided, but that he will retain I guess he thinks he has the right to as the attorney general the decision making authority on whether or not he has to accuse which leaves a lot of leeway. Because even if it's the case ethics officials when they do their analysis, and they look at the memo that he said, which took issue with the obstruction aspect of the rush investigation and other things if they advise him. That the best thing for purposes of appearance or otherwise is to recuse. He has reserved the right? Not to do that. I think that's bad. I think people should be concerned about that. He's also seemed to prejudge a little bit as I've mentioned some of these relating to what the presence of thirty is and what Muller's authorities. That's not good either third. I think there are legitimate concerns that in some ways even though Bill bar to his credit has some institutional memory of the department of Justice, and is a professional. He served his department twenty seven years ago and his views on crime, and on incarceration, admittedly were formed at a time when there was a huge crack epidemic and crime epidemic and violence pathetic. In many major cities in the country. It is not absolutely clear to me or to other people that his sensibilities about those things have changed significantly. He did in response to questions from Senator Cory Booker. I think express some change of of opinion and some growth in that regard. But I don't know how far it's gone. So they're legitimate things for people to be concerned about in addition. All of that vanita Gupta. Who's a former guest on the show? A couple of times wrote a piece that you can check out on the cafe dot com website about how there's a deep concern that on the issue of civil rights which barely came up yesterday that Bill bar will be sessions two point..

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"latimer putin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"American Hugh Hewitt on here. Every morning six to nine in the east for all you early risers out west driving through the rains in California. Be say the roads are treacherous up and down the Golden State minute. Washington Post column has triggered a a staff writer at the Atlantic counterfeiters door. He's been a guest on the show before lefty. Who put out a one word response absurd. And I think what triggered him is. I listed all of the Obama era foreign policy fiascos in a in a string quote, and it's the kind of thing that greatly upsets team Obama when they're appeasement policies are contrasted with the success of Donald Trump abroad and the rebuild of the defense department by Donald Trump and James Mattis now James Shanahan and John Bolton and Mike Pompeo knowing what they're doing as opposed to Ben Rhodes the failed novel is to was the Metternich of MSNBC now. But when you put it all together in one place, it just it drives him bonkers key paragraph. Is that in the thirty years since the fall of the Berlin Wall? The United States has traveled the path for me through catastrophe into confusion one which ultimately led President Barack Obama into the fantastical view that he could remake the world diagnose. During its truce, the Nixon trap the attempt to turn the world upside down a deft diplomatic move in snared Obama and let him to abandon realities around the world. He gave away the store Iran's Mola's. He offered a reset button of Latimer Putin, which when push gave Moscow Crimea and legitimacy to the remnants of Castroism, well, turning cold shoulder to Israel and a blind eye to the misery in Venezuela. The chaos of Libya that followed our intervention there with swept under the rhetorical rug. The Syrian genocide was met with shrug shoulders in a race to red lines. Our troops were abruptly pulled from Iraq in twenty eleven while the president team that then pledging Islamic state a JV team North Korea's sprint to a sixty weapon. Nuclear arsenal was hidden from the public view, China was emboldened demilitarized the South China Sea, even as its belt enrolls road strategy indebted many countries to the rulers of Beijing's agendas. President Trump inherited a set of national security perils. Unlike any since Ronald Reagan walk into the Oval Office in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. And team Obama had simultaneously spent eight years clearing out the pantry of Pentagon assets. I think that triggered Connor, and it will trigger a lot of lefties who don't want to talk about the fact that we have the worst foreign policy for eight years and Trump was handed a lotta messes a lot of messes. He likes to say that a mess. A lot of messes. I was delta tough hand of cards. He was and he in Bolton or fixing it can take six more years. So meanwhile, let's check the pre-market. See what's going on over in the markets this morning brought to you by Andrew and Todd dot com. Andrew del Rey. Todd Avakian Sierra Pacific mortgage. You can call them at triple eight triple eight eleven seventy-two and given that the ten year bond is at two point seven one percent. You may want to call them today. It is a buyer's market right now because of the weather and because interest rates are so low you can lock in the thirty year rate..

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"latimer putin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"American Hugh Hewitt. I'm here every morning six to nine in the east for all you early risers out west driving through the rains in California say the roads are treacherous up and down the Golden State minute. Washington Post column has triggered a a staff writer at the Atlantic counterfeiters door. He's been a guest on the show before lefty who put out a one word response absurd. And I think what triggered him is. I listed all of the Obama era foreign policy PS goes in a in a string quote. And it's the kind of thing that greatly upsets team Obama when they're appeasement policies are contrasted with the success of Donald Trump abroad and the rebel of the defense department by Donald Trump and James Mattis now James Shanahan and John Bolton and Mike Pompeo knowing what they're doing as opposed to Ben Rhodes the failed novel is to was the Metternich of MSNBC now. But when you put it all together in one place, it just it drives him bonkers. Key paragraph is that in the thirty years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The United States has traveled the path for me through catastrophe into confusion one which ultimately led President Barack Obama into the fantastical view that he could remake the world by ignoring truce, the Nixon trap. The attempt to turn the world upside down a deft diplomatic move in snared Obama and let him to abandon realities around the world he gave away the store to Iran's mullets. He offered a reset button of Latimer Putin, which when push gave Moscow Crimea and legitimacy to the remnants of Castroism, turning a cold shoulder to Israel and a blind eye to the misery in Venezuela. The chaos of Libya that followed our intervention there was swept under the rhetorical rug. The Syrian genocide was met with shrug shoulders raced red lines our troops were abruptly pulled from Iraq in twenty eleven while the president team that then pledging a JV team North Korea sprint to a sixty weapon. Nuclear arsenal was hidden from the public view China was in Bolton demilitarize the South China Sea, even as its belt enrolls road strategy indebted many countries to the rulers of Beijing's agendas. President Trump inherited a set of national security perils. Unlike any since Ronald Reagan walk into the Oval Office in one thousand nine hundred eighty one and team Obama had simultaneously spent eight years clearing out the pantry Pentagon assets. I think that triggered Connor, and it will trigger a lot of lefties who don't want to talk about the fact that we have the worst foreign policy for eight years and Trump was handed a lot of a lot of messes. He likes to say that a lot of messes. I was delta tough toughen of cards. He was and he in Palmdale Bolton, we're fixing it can take six more years. So meanwhile, let's check the pre-market. See what's going on over in the markets this morning brought to you by Andrew and Todd dot com. Andrew del Rey. Todd Avakian Sierra Pacific mortgage. You can call them at triple eight triple eight eleven seventy-two and given that the ten year bond is at two point seven one percent. You may want to call him today. It is a buyer's market right now because of the weather and because interest rates are so..

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Trump hid details of his encounters with Putin from White House

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Trump hid details of his encounters with Putin from White House

"President Trump wanted even his own top officials kept in the dark about his meetings with the president of Russia has renewed questions like this from his critics so chummy with Latimer Putin. Why has the President Trump body second-highest Senate democrat dick Durbin on ABC's this week? Wisconsin Republican Ron Johnson. Had this take on CNN judicial president. He has an orthodox means. The United States is pretty much off to him in terms of who he wants to read into his conversations with world leaders.

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"latimer putin" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"latimer putin" Discussed on AM Joy

"I mean, you could hear a pin drop people were just in shock that the director of national intelligence was not read into this that he didn't seem to know anything about the president was talking about with our biggest foreign adversary right now. And on top of that he also was not told that the president was actually planning to invite what Putin to the White House after everything that has occurred over the last two years after mounting evidence that Russia interfered in the election, and that President Trump may have actually played a hand in that in. Terms of the White House response. It's unsurprising that they would try to distract from the main points made in the times article, which is at the FBI. Of course was extremely concerned that the president might be either compromised by or an agent of Russia. I think it's really telling that the president would not respond to that question directly. When he was asked by judge Janine last night. I'm sure that she would just expecting him to say, no, I am not an agent of Russia. But he, of course, went off on this tangent. That ultimately made him look worse than it would have just one war point on the change in the Ukraine platform during the RNC convention. I did a lot of reporting on that. And I think it's really important that people realize that this was not something that was considered lightly by the Trump campaign. You had a man named JD Gordon who was kind of the national security advisor to the campaign at that time. And when he heard that this amendment was being proposed to the platform to the Ukraine platform that would require that would commit that the president and the Republicans would support arming Ukrainians against Russia. He. Jumped out of his seat, and he rushed up there. And he said we need to table this amendment now. So that I can make a call to New York where of course, Donald Trump's campaign was headquartered and run this by them know, why was he so concerned about why about the optics of this. Why was he so concerned that Trump would be very wary of having that contained in the platform that is that is a question, and it took a lot of prying before this, man. Jay Dee Gordon was willing to admit. Yeah, I was acting at the at the direction of the campaign, and they'll forget who Paul Manafort who was the campaign chairman worked for which was the cranium leader who was in this way of Latimer. Putin Jill wine banks, you now have congress with a lot more to look into thanks to these two new reports. And the fact that there may even be an ongoing we don't know if it's an ongoing investigation into whether the president's working against national US, national interest, one of the things that apparently is gonna look into is this Trump Tower that Donald Trump wanted to build in in Moscow, and maybe. Give the penthouse to Ladimir Putin your thoughts. I think that one of the things that's most interesting something that Natasha just mentioned, which is the mounting evidence. And it's not just one piece of evidence. It's it is the Trump Tower in Moscow, it is so many things piled on top of each other. But because there are so many things instead of it being one thing on top of the other getting to be a Utah mountain. It's pushing it down so that it's all subterranean, and it's being buried the diversion that the president does that the White House does is being successful among his base. And so that they're not seeing the facts and the danger to America, the fact that we're even talking about the fact that he could have been compromised or even being an agent of a foreign enemy is something that should be shocking to all Americans, not just to Democrats, not just to independence. But to the people who voted for. This president. So I I am concerned in his trial lawyer. I wanna know how do we get these fax out? How do we communicate them? And you've raised the answer. Which is now that the Democrats have subpoena power and can have public hearings, we can educate the public, and hopefully all Americans will listen to those hearings and learn some facts that will influence how they feel about this going forward. Yeah. I think there could be a very long conversation about the grooming of the conservative base to either be sort of in favor of Russia..

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Syria: Humane evacuations

Morning Edition

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Syria: Humane evacuations

"From. NPR news in. Washington I'm Dave Mattingly President Trump says he misspoke when he questioned the conclusion of US intelligence that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election Crump's remarks in. Helsinki alongside Russian president Latimer Putin have been widely condemned by Democrats and. Republicans in Syria today state TV says thousands of people are being evacuated. From two Shiite villages the siege. For years by rebels NPR's lemon l. says it's part of a deal with the Syrian government in. Exchange for allowing evacuations the Syrian government is expected to release. Hundreds of rebel prisoners a similar deal was reached, in two thousand seventeen but the bombing of a bus during the evacuation killed about one. Hundred and twelve people former President Obama's education secretary wasn't Florida last night to talk about school shootings and how to respond as Jessica Bateman with member station w. l. RN reports he, visited a community where seventeen people were shot to death. At a high school in February. Arne Duncan is moving forward with a radical proposal he tweeted about in may after the school shooting. In Santa Fe Texas a national boycott of public schools he. Met with parents near parkland Florida on Tuesday night, to start planning it could last for a day or maybe longer and happen as soon. As September he says the goal is to create tension that will influence the midterm elections and produce stricter gun laws I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington I'm, Robin, young President Trump says he supports. One party his intelligence agencies but didn't believe claims that another party Russia. Was behind cyber attacks I will say this I don't see any reason why it. Would be, but I really do want to see the server but I have I have confidence in both. Parties next time here now Underway later, this morning at eleven on k. q. e. d..

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Trump casts doubt on US intelligence, calls Putin's meddling denial 'strong'

Live on Sunday Nights its Bill Cunningham

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Trump casts doubt on US intelligence, calls Putin's meddling denial 'strong'

"Dot com a matter of hours president trump will sit down with russian leader putin in helsinki special counsel robert muller brought election meddling related charges against twelve russian military intelligence figures and the president says he might ask putin about getting those figures extradited to the us we know that president trump was briefed on this by rod rosenstein last monday and even after that briefing even after knowing the twelve members of of latimer putin's military intelligence we're going to be indicted we saw him referred to this as a witch i'm over the course of last week and give somewhat dismissive answers about how hard he was going to press this in his meeting with vladimir putin abc's george stephanopoulos in helsinki chicago police released body camera imagery showing harith augusta's reaching for what appears to be a handgun before officers shot and killed him a gun was recovered it touched off skirmishes in which four officers were injured yesterday.

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Three Days discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:49 min | 3 years ago

Three Days discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Happening now breaking news femme shell indictment the justice department charges a dozen russian military intelligence officers accusing them of meddling in the twenty sixteen presidential election large scale interference details of the vast hacking conspiracy whose targets included democrats and a state election board or data on half a million american voters with stolen call it off democrats at a key republican say in light of the new indictments president trump should cancel is meeting with russia's ladder putin and royal royal president trump meets the british monarch after insulting or prime minister denying it gonna policies for i'm will put their urine the situation room this is cnn breaking news we're following breaking news twelve russian military intelligence officers indicted as part of special counsel robert muller's investigation into moscow's election meddling the charges come just three days before president trump sits down with the russian president latimer putin what's about that and more with senator james langford of the senate intelligence committee and our correspondents specialists and analysts they are also standing by first details of the new indictments our justice correspondent evan perez our justice reporter chievo broke up as they're working the story for us anthony for day is also joining us exclusively he served as a top cyber security official with the fbi and was in charge of cyber incident response for the national security council he's one of the first people to see the russians hacking into state election systems heavenly certainly you these hackers they hacked into the dnc the hillary clinton campaign theaters and they did a lot more that's right well this indictment lays out in great detail charges against twelve russian military officers now these are people who worked for the gru you the russian military intelligence agency and they're charged with cyber hacking identity theft money laundry now they carried out according to the government this extraordinary campaign around the world using servers in malaysia in other countries essentially using crypto currencies and other means to try to hide their tracks all along the fbi and the intelligence community here in the united states was following them they watched some of their communications as they targeted more to three hundred democrats people inside the clinton campaign the dnc d triple c monitoring specific employees even looking through the computers for specific language looking for a offish in research including benghazi on other firms wolf this is exactly the campaign that the intelligence community told us about last year said this was designed to try to help donald trump get elected to hurt hillary clinton campaign and here for the first time we're seeing a window into this operation by the russian military intelligence to sow dissent here in the united states as well one of their objectives shimon the russia tradecraft you do accept reporting on this amazing details including this this it's quite spectacular when you look at this indictment the level of detail that the government has the fbi has in terms of how this operating was conducted and you know as evan said they targeted three hundred people that were associated with the dnc de triple c n the clinton campaign in a very simple method spearfishing of claiming dude an email they would send in this case it was john podesta making making belief that they were google they used various methods like that where they would pretend to be someone who perhaps feel safe to to click on they clicked on some emails and that's how they were able to get inside some of this system they also use mal wear and they were able to use the mouse to get into the dnc and the triple c and basically they sat there for quite some time and they were able in some cases real time to watch as people would access files access emails access different information on these servers and the russians all along were able to monitor this grab some of that information and the other thing what's interesting in this indictment is that it talks about how these were planned staged releases so as they were getting some of the information it's clear that they were deciding to win a part of some of their tradecraft here part of some of their use of some of this information was to decide on when it was best to publish his to put this out what does this tell us about the these russian intelligence officers and how they operated it's pretty amazing it's quite spectacular wolf i mean you have a commander you have a major of the.

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U.S. accuses Russian spies of 2016 election hacking, summit looms

The Takeaway

03:20 min | 3 years ago

U.S. accuses Russian spies of 2016 election hacking, summit looms

"President trump launches diplomatic warfare with america's closest allies the president could have walked into brussels and had a peaceful no drama summit but trump decided to blow up the summit and threaten to leave and it ruined it putin would like to see the liberal world order fall apart spent the last couple years sucking up to latimer putin trying to understand the president's endgame in europe and on the world stage i'm amy walter and this is the takeaway also this hour a look at young voters and if they'll turn out in the midterm elections we haven't really seen this level of attention to teenagers and very young new voters in recent memories is specially during midterm we'll everyone starts off aggressive when they're young and then becomes conservative when they get older we've got lots to get to on the show the takeaways right back after these headlines mmhmm live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh twelve more russians are under indictment for allegedly attempting to disrupt this country's presidential election in two thousand sixteen just days before president trump summit with russian leader vladimir putin special counsel robert mueller's team is out with an eleven count indictment it includes charges of hacking the computer systems of the dnc and other organizations the theft of information belonging to half a million us voters and money laundering and his announcement today the justice department sepe the attorney general rod rosenstein detail the offenses i use a scheme notice spearfishing which involves sending misleading email messages and tricking the users into disclosing their passwords and security information second the defendants hacked into computer networks and installed malicious software allow them to spy on users and capture key strokes take screen shots and exfiltrated or remove data from those computers rosenstein rosenstein says the indictment does not include an allegation that russia succeeded in influencing the twenty sixteen vote he announced the charges as president trump was in the uk having tea with the queen earlier the president held a series of meetings with british prime minister theresa may he walked back his comments critical comments from an interview he gave to the british tabloid the sun in which he was critical of maize negotiations on brexit joint news conference larry miller reports president emphasize at the two countries could hardly be closer much emphasis was on the president's monday meeting in finland with russia's vladimir putin he says he'll talk to putin about ukraine syria nuclear arms reduction and ask again if russia meddled in the us election i don't think you'll have any gee i did it i did it you got me there won't be a perry mason here i don't think but you never know what happens right but i will absolutely firmly asked the question trump says that after nato countries agreed to up their military spending he goes into the meeting with putin in a position of strength that's larry miller reporting a us inspector general has concluded that former trump administration cabinet member tom price wasted hundreds of thousands of dollars on travel and other expenses during short time period he spent on the job here's npr's don gonyea tom price.

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US ambassador to Estonia resigns, criticizes Trump over European rhetoric

Frontlines of Freedom

05:49 min | 3 years ago

US ambassador to Estonia resigns, criticizes Trump over European rhetoric

"Of jt oh eight ten i'm john rothman sitting in for pat thurston right here on k gio i want you all to know that pat will be here tomorrow at four o'clock and shelby here from four to seven i want to remind you that pat will be here on july fifth which is a thursday in the morning of sitting in for ethan bearman and i will be your on july sixth sitting in freeze and barons so we'll have an opportunity to share a lot of thoughts this week four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten i was also asked if i would repeat the tuesday's week to week program at the commonwealth club the person to contact there is john zipper and he'll let you know when i'll be on the panel and by the way it's a fascinating program there in the commonwealth club is just great i'm so glad they're advertising you're on i wanna talk foreign policy in this half hour by the way somebody emailed me what are you doing the last half hour there was an article in the new york times san francisco is so expensive you can make six figures and still be low income we'll talk about that the last half hour of the program up let me talk foreign policy with you because there are a number of things that have happened and so this is a scattergun approach if you will in terms of of information the first is the president's meeting with latimer putin just two weeks away what do you think the result of that meeting will be are you worried about that meeting do you have confidence in that meeting that's number one number two the united states formerly ended seven decades of military presence in south korea on friday yesterday with a ceremony to mark the opening of a new headquarters farther from north korea's artillery range it's a big change remember the us military has been headquartered in seoul since american troops first arrived at the end of world war two and now they're being moved in a message which was read out at the ceremony by an aide south korean president announced that the us headquarters is the cornerstone of us south korea alliance and they're moving it further away from the border the relocation of course is part of a broader us plan to realign its twenty eight thousand five hundred troops and their bases in south korea into the two major hubs are we changing our approach to south korea and what about north korea by the way there's a report this week that kim jong un is continuing his nuclear development how does that correspond with what the president is hoping will happen number two number three rather iran says it has restarted production of a major uranium facility involved in its nuclear program now it's still pledging to follow the terms of the country's landmark atomic deal but they are starting the fun plant again which produces material needed to make enriched uranium and the conclusion by most analysts is that it appears aimed at pressuring europeans and others to come up with a way to circumvent the new american sanctions four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten you know the for now iran remains governed by president hassan rohani who is viewed by many as a moderate i don't feel missouri moderate by the way but he is viewed by many that way he leads a theocratic administration that is horrific but it's interesting to note that row hunting now faces increasing criticism from hardliners inside his own country and some of who have openly called for the country to be run by military officials four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten what do you think about uranium enrichment beginning again and this is the one which i hope ignites a lot of discussion the us ambassador to estonia which i would remind he was nato ally bordering russia abruptly resigned friday telling friends that he cannot abide president trump's apparent hostility toward institutions that have stabilized europe since the end of the cold war james melville junior he's resigning at a at a critical moment a crucial moment for independent countries along russia's western border lafayette estonia lithuania because the united states is rethinking its traditional support for nato so melville posted this on facebook the honorable course is to resign having served under six presidents and eleven secretaries of state i never really thought i would reach that point for me for the president to say the european union is set up to take advantage of the.

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Susan Rice slams Trump for 'disgraceful statement' about Russia at G7

The Spud Goodman Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Susan Rice slams Trump for 'disgraceful statement' about Russia at G7

"Former australian prime minister kevin rudd i think the chinese are very keen to continue to reinforce a message through the symbols to the international diplomatic community under the americans that kim jong un union is their ally and nobody else's and therefore he arrived out of the air china charter jet meanwhile the us senator lindsey graham says he's asking democrats will support us efforts to use force as a last resort against north korea what i do expect to be done in a year from now is that does dismantle their nuclear weapons programs missiles off with tony manure raynham anytime anywhere inspections and we're not going to let them run out the clock again graham on abc and back to the fallout from the g seven president trump is suggesting that g seven g eight eight being russia on cbs national security adviser in the obama administration susan rice says the pattern here is very wrong the president of the united states to walk into that session and to essentially blow it up and disrespect our allies while embracing russia and and giving benefits to china but canada's prime minister justin trudeau the new trump target says the road forward is what it's most important all of us pulling together and doing things that matter for citizens and for the world and on that this was certainly a success and one more note here of latimer putin is repeated his desire to meet with donald trump a lot of moving parts global news twenty four hours a day on aaron a tick talk on twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian ed thank you so much eight minutes now past the hour and it's a big week for central banks we certainly been squawking about that a lot here over the past couple of weeks policy decisions coming from the federal reserve european central bank and the bank of japan joining us now to talk more about it bloomberg's global economics and policy editor kathleen hayes kathleen too many of us the may be the most interesting i could lose it it why but i know you can do it better because there's this whole draw about whether or not.

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Why Democrats are worried about Tuesday's California primaries

Morning Edition

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Why Democrats are worried about Tuesday's California primaries

"Okay the reality stars meeting with the president is the culmination of months of behind the scenes lobbying to get this case before president trump she is also pushing for broader prison reform the white house is now reportedly reviewing johnson's case democrats have high hopes to take control of the house of representatives in the midterms but to do it they need almost every corner of california the parties even targeted orange county at one time republican stronghold one by hillary clinton in two thousand sixteen the big prize there would be toppling fifteen term republican incumbent dana rohrabacher but california has this unusual to tear primary system and that along with an unusually crowded field of democratic candidates could dash the party's hopes in next week's primary here's npr's jaffe dana rohrabacher tout's his proud past as a speechwriter for ronald reagan and toes the conservative line on many issues legal immigration for one here he is addressing the huntington beach city council i would suggest that those were advocating sanctuary cities or sanctuary state are betraying the american people some of rohrabacher's other positions however have made him seem vulnerable even to fellow publican's he voted against both the gop tax cut and the spending bill he recently lost some business support when he said that no one should have to sell their home to someone who's gay the most controversial is his long support for better relations with russia and meeting with close associates of latimer putin so recently democratic voters crowded into a synagogue and robotics district eager to check out the candidates vying to replace him susan becker knew she was looking for support the person who is most likely to win just a shame that there were so many democrats running because we're going to split the vote here's why bekker's worried california's primary system quits all the candidates on one ballot and sends the top two finishers onto november regardless of party but in their enthusiasm to oppose rohrabacher and donald trump eight democrats signed up making it hard for any candidate to consolidate support that's why michael kodak dropped out though his name is still on the ballot we have to be really smart about the math when candidacy that the math is getting crowded we have to make responsible decisions on behalf of the community on behalf of the party.

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Early returns show Putin re-elected in a landslide tainted by fraud

Safe Money with Marcus Bradford Bray

01:58 min | 4 years ago

Early returns show Putin re-elected in a landslide tainted by fraud

"Putin for president the russia probe i'm anne cates exit polls show vladimir putin has nabbed three quarters of the votes of the russian presidential election today correspondent frederik plotkin says there were other candidates on the ballot seven people running against ladimir putin it seems as though the closest runnerup at this point he's at around eleven percent so from what we can see so far it seems pretty much assured that latimer putin is going to spend another six years in office as the russian president the president is attacking the fbi and special counsel robert muller after his personal attorney called for an end to the probe into russian meddling in the election and any trump campaign ties to moscow senate minority whip dick durbin tells fox news sunday that president trump is straying into dangerous territory is president is engaged in desperate and reckless conduct to intimidate the law enforcement agencies in this country and to try to stop the special counsel that is unacceptable in a democracy ousted fbi deputy director andrew mccabe is mulling a new position congressman mark poke and says he's offered to hire mccabe to work on election security something the wisconsin democrat says is a legit job and seth moulton of massachusetts also a democrat tweeted saturday that he'd consider giving mccabe job saying his district would benefit from the wisdom and talent of such an experienced public servant it's not clear how long they've been affect as mccabe only needs a couple of days on a federal job to qualify for his full pension a spokeswoman for mccabe didn't immediately rule out the idea but said they're considering all options richard johnson washington after days of digging through nine hundred fifty tons of steel and concrete authorities say the remains of all six victims of the pedestrian bridge collapsed in florida have been recovered rescuers have worked day and night to extract the victims and mangled cars after the pedestrian bridge which was under construction crumbled last thursday near florida international university miami i'm ann cates.

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Chinese Premier appointed to second 5-year term after Xi Jinping reappointed president

America's Healthcare Advocate

01:03 min | 4 years ago

Chinese Premier appointed to second 5-year term after Xi Jinping reappointed president

"Oh usa radio news with john morale and our team is great things are great at the white house on cbs his face the nation the director of legislative affairs mark short telling them time in this environment there's always going to be a lot of turmoil there's something you sign up for you recognize you serve at the pleasure of the president we sign up knowing that we're trying to do the will the american people meantime there was a rather high voter turnout in russia as latimer putin gets another six years today china's done it the parliament their reelecting xi jinping to be president on saturday a week after parliament amended the constitution to remove presidential term limits meaning it can stay president indefinitely in russia gennady good call the former kgb officer now opposition member of the russian parliament says he fears ladimir putin may end up being russia's president for life some polling places offering incentives to get voters to the polls today i'm john master for usa radio news hey i'm brant maybe you've heard me talking about medishare but now i give you my friend sherry.

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