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"lindsay graham" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"And welcome back. So we were just going to dive into what on Earth does I- HDD s working with airship kind of look like more sound like I supposedly the littoral way to put that there are a number of things that we should probably lay out there for for you the listeners first of all this, this enables us to keep going. You Know Josh the sweat equity that you put into every single episode Without. Without much financial. You know. Labor love Sir Labor over love the which which is podcasting in in many ways. This is by no means a complaint I sometimes get emails from on rare occasion from listen clearly is under the illusion that this is my day job that that we pay our bills with history that doesn't Suck I. AM immensely complimented anything of the production value would lead to conclude such thing. That is in fact, not the case and different podcast by different expense levels shows like this where there is whether there's heavy research scripting and vans sound design though the production costs are actually quite high. So you've shouldered this just as I have Without recompense, shall we say or at least not much and? You leaving we would need someone who can who can shoulder much of this without without asking. Market value. That's that's fair to say So teaming up with you'll kind of coming a little bit into the airship family is is crucial for us to keep going I guess maybe I don't want to backtrack a little bit. I should probably say why I'm leaving. Nathan. Get well, Hey, I'm used a personal life. You Know Josh I didn't want. To dive in obviously too much. But I, just didn't want to be the one to prompted. I. Am happy to discuss your private life has publicly as you'd like. Well. I just didn't want to leave our community to kind of like. So Josh decided to leave out of nowhere especially after I made the joke about going to get cigarettes maybe maybe like maybe that's for real. You know get a drink one day just never showed up again. So about. GS eight nine months ago maybe a little longer than that. I started a company with my best friend and that has turned.
Lindsay Graham: 'We Ought To Sanction The Hell Out Of China'
"Meanwhile I senator Lindsey Graham says Alaskan lawmakers to sanctions China the South Carolina Republican says that country must cooperate in any parole by looking into its role in handling of the corona virus outbreak Graham says he'll call on Democrats to join him in his bill the Democrats have said that China does need to be investigated but they have warned that now is not the time work with me to compel China to do three things that need to be done number one fully cooperate with any investigation regarding how the virus originated U. S. and international community number two close all the wet markets that serve exotic wildlife white bass in monkeys were a lot of this comes from and three release all the Hong Kong democracy advocates that have been jailed since the fire started we're going to put sanctions on China after they do those three things and I need Democrats Democrats have been very solid when it comes to China please do not give China a pass all right so I mean we've heard a number of proposals coming out of Congress to crack down on China you know are are their teeth in this to tell me about the stations so if they don't do those three things in one of those three things what's going to happen to them that's a great question what we're going to seize assets Chinese officials that are responsible for not reporting the pandemic we're gonna cut China off from US financial institutions what kind of shut down visa travel into the United States for Chinese students were gonna close all from America to China the Chinese economy and we're gonna make it hard for them to do business in the United States until they fully cooperate close the wet markets and release the Hong Kong democracy advocates there's real teeth in this bill Graham making the comments to fox news China warned that the U. S. and Australia against any probe saying it could result in rich
Senate acquits Trump on both impeachment articles
"On both articles of impeachment the vote tallies were no where near the constitution's mandate of two thirds senators needed to convict he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles Chief Justice John Roberts closing the trial and ending an extraordinary five months that saw the Democrat led house impeach the president before the Senate's GOP majority cleared him some Republicans like Lindsay Graham say it should have gotten this far this is an injustice to president trump is a person for number two Senate Democrat Dick Durbin needs more GOP cover for a president who seems to enjoy a blind loyalty there is nothing nothing this president can do or say that rises to the level of blush worthy let alone impeachable Mitt Romney was the only Republican voting for either of the articles saga remained on the at the White House
"lindsay graham" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I've listened to these house Democrats last few days is just health claims the the evidence is to support their case based primarily on here say it again eating themselves over and over again because they don't have the evidence that would just speak for itself this is that I'm getting is a lot of Republicans are surprised again and health plans the the case says how little there is to support the house Democrats claims other than here say you know they keep saying they have an overwhelming case that an overwhelming case that they wouldn't be demanding that the Senate do the work of the house wasn't willing to do what I find under of a mind boggling is they have two articles of impeachment but they bring up more transgressions in their testimony which I think is who is it should be they should be reprimanded on that what is justice Roberts talking about his day talked about quid pro quo and conspiracy he was in charge of the the one of those things don't don't charge on the Senate floor and say that's part of your case that's not part of your case if you could approved in past you would have done it you should also go out of your way would something the I'm sure every network who be doing if the roles reversed with parties and parties in power the reporting out this is a pure democratic poop your partisanship in fact they had one congressman switch parties rather than vote for impeachment and two others just not go for it all here's Lindsay Graham on the case before the Senate and of course the older majority of the American people and we're gonna get their verdict in November cut fourteen I have said consistently I'm.
House Democrats start opening arguments in impeachment trial
"House Democrats have started making their case against president trump to the Senate they'll have twenty four hours of opening arguments spread over three days the house believes that an impartial juror upon hearing the evidence that the managers will lay out in the coming days will find that the constitution demands the removal of Donald J. trump had impeachment manager Adam Schiff says the facts are indisputable that the president abused his power to seek foreign election help and then tried to cover it up Republicans like Lindsay Graham are not sold you got an up hill battle with me the partisan lines are drawn in the Senate and across the nation in a P. M. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll finds while the public ease slightly more likely to say the Senate should remove the president Americans on both sides are set in their stances and dealt the trial will do anything to change that Sager may Ghani Washington
Iranian backlash feared after killing of top general
"President trump says the Iranian military commander killed by a U. S. airstrike in Iraq on Thursday was plotting to kill many Americans it was in a tweet marking his first comments on the targeted killing of general Qassem Soleimani the head of Iran's elite Quds force selling mainly made the deaths of innocent people is sick passion contributing to terrorist plots as far away as New Delhi in London today we remember and honor the victims of solemn manias many atrocities and we take comfort in knowing that his reign of terror is over solid Mady has been perpetrating acts of terror to destabilize the Middle East for the last twenty years what the United States did yesterday should have been done long ago you would be hard pressed to find any disagreement in this country that sold the money had the blood of Americans on his hands but there is plenty of discussion over whether the death is worth the escalation of tensions between the US and Iran we are in depth on the story and we start with CBS news intelligence contributor the former acting head of the CI a Michael morale at stark words on CBS this morning Qassem Soleimani was an evil genius he had a lot of American blood on his hands he was the mastermind behind a Ronnie and malign behaviour in the region the world is a better place without him the problem is that comes at a very high cost number one there will be dead Americans dead civilian Americans as a result of this possibly over the next few days in any place where a Ron has its proxies a rock is the most likely place but also Lebanon Bahrain other places in the Middle East number two this sets a precedent that that senior officials are fair game in this hybrid not yet at war kind of scenario that were in with Iran and that's a dangerous precedent to set number three this is like actually going to enable the hardliners strengthen the hardliners in Iran as we heard earlier Qassem Soleimani extremely popular in Iran and that is going to actually strengthen those people who follow him yes it's good that he's gone but it comes in an extraordinarily high price and that's why the bush administration and the Obama administration chose not to do something like this joining us now is CBS news face the nation moderator and our senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan Iran is outraged they're showing some rare unity and some other circles in terms of wanting you know Americans out of the region and that sort of thing and I heard you use the word seismic this morning it absolutely does for president trump who has said he does not want wars in the Middle East assassinating we're targeting one of the top leaders of Iran's military one of the most influential people in Iran who is also considered by the U. S. to be a terrorist blood all over his hands of but taking Qassem Soleimani off the battlefield while he was in neighboring Iraq creates so many different domino's geo politically strategically and questions about okay what's next because this is arguably an act of war this is a really significant decision and we don't know yet no for the trump administration why they acted when they did their been believed in kind of mysterious references to threats and it imminent attacks but no details of what that was Qassem Soleimani he's been planning attacks for two and a half years pretty rapidly a decade before that but pretty pretty steady pace of attacks against US interests in the Middle East since he was pulled out of that nuclear deal so what happens next is such an open question it's got allies it's got adversaries verbas Russia calling it reckless there was some thought that I had to pass through my brain this morning you know in terms of ran threatening to strike back in and seeking revenge and we know they have operational capability not just in that region but they have assets around the world they can rely on they could strike just about anywhere there are powerful organization and and almost brought me back to the days of post nine eleven when your wondering what shoes were gonna drop next well there is this sense of how does this and does David Petraeus a former commander of US troops the Middle East raise then and with Sir only raise now Qassem Soleimani was an enemy of the United States he killed at least six hundred US service people from two thousand three on where he has thousands of dead up to his name across Syria Iraq Lebanon the entire Middle East he has been at odds with the United States no U. S. president has chosen to assassinate him or to execute him were to target him however you want to deny us because it is an act of war arguably this is different than taking out the leader of a terrorist group that isn't directly linked to a nation state Iran is a state whose nuclear program has been stalled because of this diplomatic deal that is in tatters but the rest of the world is still here too the question now is how does Iran respond to this do they restart that nuclear program are they cyber attacks are they retaliation in some way Iran is not a super power the way the United States is they are financially on the ropes the regime is certainly dealt a big blow by this but their desperation has not led to greater stability and that is the challenge with the trump administration's policy does decapitating the I. R. G. C. their revolutionary guard corps mean that they stop all this bad acting around the world or does it just mean somebody steps up to Sony's place we've seen reaction from Republicans like Lindsay Graham who say this guy was a bad actor we've been at war with Iran for years technically a you got Democrats are saying that no making your point that this is different this is like almost taking out a head of state if you will well look we knew that the U. S. was careening toward to national security crises at the same time one with Iran which has a a nascent nuclear program but that the remnants they can quickly start up if they want and then with North Korea which has nuclear weapons now and is quickly developing them this right this diplomatic effort so present from going into an election year has these two national security crises only increasing every candidate running to be the next commander in chief needs to be asked so what do you do the answer cannot just be let's go back to where we were because this has changed completely the atmosphere and the arguably the battleground in the in the
"lindsay graham" Discussed on Words Matter
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"lindsay graham" Discussed on Words Matter
"Welcome to words matter with Katie. Barlow and Joe Lockhart. This is the words matter. Library welcomed awards manner. Well thank you you describe. Have yourself as a history buff before we talk about American history tellers and your latest podcast. I wanted to just get a little bit from you of your background. How you got into this and why history? Sure how I got into this and my background have largely nothing to do with podcasts or history. I became a podcast or by accident. I've always been interested in audio mostly in the music space so you pick up guitar in high school and you get enamored with fit but quickly. I realized that I wasn't the greatest musician or fantastically suited to the stage. But I was in love with recording and so even from a very early age in college I was recording other bands and that passion continued still continues and so I had about me a bunch of recording equipment and prowess and experienced twiddling knobs that also led to composing and editing and then soon doing sound design enforce small projects here locally in Dallas and then that ultimately led to an attempted career attempted small business that focused on audio books but also so that we wanted to produce a podcast in our first podcast was called terms a Political Thriller Audio Drama. That caught the attention of wondering was written in two thousand fifteen about a popular businessman outsider ideologue who captures the White House and So like I said two thousand fifteen we wrote it. We had no idea the circus that we're about to embark on but it was top impression and wondering lighted and they picked it up and one of the best accidental decisions. I've ever made was deciding that me as as the creator of the show should do the ads right. It didn't didn't make any sense for the hero or villain to sell socks on a podcast run character so I wrote and read. The ads My background by Education Shen is marketing. So it Kinda fit. That decision was great because Hernan Lopez at wondering really liked my adds enough enough so that a year later he called me up and asked A. Hey we have this new podcast called dirty John. But it's hosted by journalist whose obligated not to do endorsements so would you write and read the ads and of course I said yes Very quickly thereafter. He asked me another question. Hey we we had this idea for a history podcast cast would you be the host and do the sound design and again I said yes and that was the trip into podcasting that I took all of a sudden American history tellers was born now. He knew that I was interested in history because terms was very political but mostly a study of government and in its own way a history lesson particularly of the twenty Fifth Amendment and so it was a natural fit. I was before business major a history major for a little awhile college and I've always been interested in government and history and politics and the philosophy surrounding them so I left enthusiastically into the space. Well it's interesting. You say that about getting into the ads because in addition to being a huge fan of history tellers American history tellers and it really leaving the first podcast I listen to faithfully and religiously I noticed your ad reading style and even things like when you had an ad for Ziprecruiter you talk about how hard it is to say ziprecruiter which I thought was just a really interesting about it but it's incredibly hard. I admonished them. For naming it that that we had ziprecruiter as well as a as a sponsor and I took that to heart and and wrote that in for our hosts as well Taking a page from yearbook so American history tellers. Let's talk about that. You launched in January of two thousand eighteen and you launched at number one which we we were fortunate we will launch. We made it all the way up to number three but oprah was still ahead of us you are you guys launched it number one. How surprised were you when you saw all that when you realized that this was something that people wanted to listen to? I was flabbergasted. I had no expectations. That would be a number one in the country podcast on cast. You know there's so many obstacles to it you would think one I was a nobody to one re was still very young three. It's about American history. History which seems academic and not a popular culture phenomenon. Not History tellers is a popular culture phenomenon but yet the surprise was I was real but so is the gratification of course of hitting number one but realizing that that there is a thirst for understanding more about about our country and you know from the very beginning that was the mission we wanted history tellers to be a story of the common man in in America throughout history to gain understanding and empathy for what it meant to be American van and hopefully what it means to be American now. This country is his in a tumultuous period. And I think history tellers in particular wanted to look back and feel more about being American is and it seemed resonated. Well I think that you very much succeeded in telling those stories through the eyes of every day Americans and it was one of the things that surprised rised delighted me when I first tuned into your first episode about the Cold War because as somebody who went through undergraduate as a history major we went through graduate school my master's degree and I took some time off to work in a political office thinking I'm going to do that between my master's my PhD. And I got sucked into politics and and never left but even somebody who has studied these subjects in the cold. War was one of the things that I had studied fairly extensively written papers on it and at a minor focus on it I learned things listening to you and your podcast and listening to it through the eyes as you say of everyday Americans Americans talk about how you guys decided as a team. That was the way you were going to tell the story and just a little bit about those stories because you put a lot of detail in them at the very beginning. Yeah certainly so. Like I mentioned her non Lopez the head of one very approach me with this concept. It was a bit nascent when he did but he had the title. The idea and the direction in very much wanted it to be in the style of a few other podcasts on his network wondering a one was Mark Ramsey's inside series which looks at Hollywood movies like inside Psycho Geico inside jaws or Star Wars and tells these kind of production line stories and then also historian Patrick winans show tides of history history which also brings the sweep of the fall of the Roman Empire and the The rise of modern civilisation in Europe down to an individual level of the soldier soldier the peasants the clergyman these are all very evocative and effective and was the impetus for history tellers in the Cold War in particular. That was our debut series because was an interesting period for me. I lived through the tail end of it and I had studied it and it felt in that moment of two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen that we were hearing very loud reverberations of it at the moment right yes Putin had just finished annexing. The Ukraine was horrible rumblings in bad relations with that country meanwhile North Korea. We've got nuclear tensions it. It just seemed very cold war to me so if we were to try and remind Americans that we've been here before it seemed like the Cold War was the first place to go back and look to but you're right. I learned so much more about it in a fantastic way. I mean I'm still haunted by the baby tooth survey right and I learned about about wild doing this series and I'm the father of a five year old in it's shocking to me to imagine myself saving my my daughter's first tooth and then sending it away to some lab to be ground down and analyzed a mass spectrometer to see how much radio-activity my daughter has absorbed and that was the real thing and it proved that these kids of the fifties were absorbing a lot of radioactivity. It's it's shocking. It's frightening and it inside very very personal personal and understandable you start off that particular series on the Cold War with the neighbor getting visit from the FBI. Let's take a listen and Magin that it's nineteen fifty one. You live in Rosebank a leafy section of North Baltimore About Three Miles North Johns Hopkins University one Friday morning. You're at home having your Second Cup of coffee when there's a knock at the door open it and a man in a black suit flashes a badge. Hello Sir I'm from the FBI. Mind if I come in and ask you a couple of questions about your neighbor the biologist. Oh just the university. Of course the two of you sit down you know your neighbor occasionally worked for the government so this all feels routine. How long have you known him? The agent starts off with softballs a couple of years. What's his family lying? We're not particularly close. But he's respectable quiet. Keeps himself teaches Sunday school at Baptist church around the corner in fact His his parents were missionaries. He was born in China. Oh China does he speak Chinese. You don't know but Cincinnati and opening agent gets a little more aggressive the FBI has reason to believe that your neighbor has had contact with communist organizations six years ago. It seems he was the faculty sponsor for a student dance organized by American Youth for Democracy which is a well no communist front. Can you think of any other times. Your neighbor has associated with communists. This is ridiculous ridiculous. He's a staunch and loyal American citizen. He has no use whatsoever for communism or any other form ideology. Are you sure how do you know how can you know the interview ends. And you show the agent out and sit back down for a few minutes to collect your thoughts truth be told you don't really know your neighbor all that. Well I mean you like him but he does sometimes expresses views slightly left of center. You remember during the war. He wants ask you to sign a petition protesting segregation in the military and in the newspapers. You've read that. The civil rights movement is riddled with Communists. You Finish your coffee and think about your cousin's son who's fighting the communist somewhere in the mountains of Korea. Your mind wanders a bit back to when you took your daughter to the movies last week. newsreel before the matinee should streams of eastern European Refugees Fujii's fleeing to the West abandoning everything for a chance at freedom. You think about mushroom clouds and the treasonous scientists who stole atomic secrets. Pass the mall to Stalin. You resolve to watch your neighbor more carefully. Raw.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Lindsay Graham. We did a hell of a good job today. He is scheduled to be on the program at the bottom of this hour. So I hope you'll join us. Join him. I want to go onto a few other things before he does the peer Nick, salmon. Remember, Nick, salmon, Covington Catholic teenager. Remember, how he was defamed by various media outlets. And they sued the Washington compost. They've soon the constipated news network now they're suing NBC. Attorneys for nNcholas salmon rights, the Washington Times filed a two hundred seventy five million dollar lawsuit against NBC universal over its coverage of the Kentucky teen accusing the network at creating a false narrative driven by its anti Trump agenda, the lawsuit that third filed by the salmon attorneys against major media outlets allege that NBC targeted the Covington Catholic high school student. It's reporting on his January eighteen counter with native American activists, Nathan Phillips at the Lincoln Memorial. Here's more example of unfreedom of the press. And by the way, this is an example, it's in the book to NBC universal created a false narrative by portraying the confrontation as a hate crime kit minute by nNcholas said the complaint district court for the eastern district of Kentucky. The lawsuit alleged. The teen was an easy target for NBC universal to advance its anti Trump agenda because he was a sixteen year old white Catholic student who had attended the right to life March that day, I was wearing a maga- cap at the time of the incident, which he had purchased earlier in the day as a souvenir. Salmon attorney l Lin Wood of Atlanta and Todd V mcmurtry of fort Mitchell Kentucky have also sued the Washington Post for two hundred fifty million CNN for two hundred seventy five million over their coverage of the episode. I noticed that the White House correspondents dinner. None of this came up. None of this came up. Because the new side of cable and the new side of our newspapers, you can't really tell the difference in many of these news outlets. While they're out to get people. The post filed last month the motion to dismiss the lawsuit. Argon the newspaper's coverage at nNcholas was not only accurate. It was ultimately favorable to him. Wow. What a bunch of fen galleys. Liars that is. And you remember the history what took place there how they were treated. Pretty outrageous. There was a great piece in the American spectator by our buddy. Professor, Paul Ken gore. About Kate Smith and about.
Attorney General William Barr testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee
"Attorney general William bar has taken his seat before the Senate Judiciary committee where he will testify about the Muller report. And how he responded to it are Juliet Papa has more now in this live report from the ten ten wins newsroom. And Larry Republican Senate judiciary, chairman Lindsay. Graham, making opening statements before the attorney general testifies he admits he did not read the whole Mullah report he held it up some four hundred plus pages says it was very clear as to what it did did not happen. There was no collusion. No evidence suggests President Trump had any intent to obstruct investigations after all this time and all this money, Mr. Muller and his team concluded there was no collusion. I didn't know like many of you here on the Republican side. We all agreed that Mr. Muller should be allowed to do his job. Without interference Graham says we've got a lot of work to do to protect the country against bad actors. He says he'll introduce legislation to protect the country in the elective process since Russian actively, hacked and interfere with that process. William bar took is seat at the table photographers gathered round as he sipped water prior to the hearing congressman Adam Schiff suggested that bar mischaracterized. The Muller reports. And what we were seeing. I think is that anyone that gets close to Donald Trump becomes tainted by that experience, and the the fundamental conundrum is how ethically serve a deeply unethical president, and as we are seeing with Bill bar, and I think as we saw with rod Rosenstein, you can't the Senate committee will ask attorney general bar about the actions. He took to summarize the Muller report. And why he took them Muller wrote a letter Tim bar just days ago, saying he misconstrued the report on the issue of whether the president obstructed investigations into Russian
Graham says Barr committed to letting Mueller probe continue
"Just as deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is preparing to exit to talk through the changes at Justice and what they mean for the Russia investigation. NPR's Terry Johnson's here in the studio with us. I carry hey are what kind of reception did. William forget from senators today, mostly a warm one Bill Barr met with Republican lawmakers, including Lindsey Graham, the incoming chairman of the judiciary committee, Lindsay Graham told reporters he asked bar a lot of questions about the Russia investigation in the man leading it special counsel, Robert Muller bar and Muller are apparently good friends. Miller attended the weddings of bars. Children and Lindsey Graham says bar told him Muller is not on a witch hunt bar said he would make sure Muller can finish the job. And according to Graham bar also said he would quote, lean on the side of transparency. In terms of releasing any public report that Muller prepares all this new information, maybe coming out now to make bars nomination more attractive to democrat. Okay. So it's clear what the central tension point in this confirmation fight will be given that the Justice department is changing leaders in the middle of this contentious investigation, while his confirmation really be that easy. You know, there are a few complicating factors here. Whether or not these guys socialize with each other bar has been critical of some parts of this Russia probe. Democrats have been asking Bill barter recuse himself from overseeing it that's because he wrote a memo last year to the Justice department arguing that obstruction of Justice should be out of bounds. When it comes to Trump's firing a former FBI director, Jim Komi in that memo. Bill Barham, essentially said the firing was within the president's power not a crime, but bar has not agreed to recuse himself. In fact, it's hard to imagine why he would do that. And take this job. Remember, President Trump had a vendetta against the guy who used to be attorney general Jeff Sessions for recusing himself and leaving the. Russia probe in the hands of the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, and there is news about rod Rosenstein future. Today, Tulsa latest there. NPR's confirmed Rosenstein plans to leave the Justice department sometime after Bill bar is confirmed by that time Rosenstein will open on the job nearly two years. That's a long tenure for a deputy AG. It's probably the hardest job in the department in normal times. These are not normal times. I'm told Rosen signs leaving on his own terms. He's not being post, even though the writing's kind of been on the wall since the New York Times reported last year at one point he had discussed wiring, President Trump Rosenstein sides he was being sarcastic. They never went ahead with that idea as long as you're in the studio, I want to ask you about a development in the case against President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, this looks like some self inflicted damage
Pennsylvania Attorney General urges Lindsay Graham to investigate reports of abuse by Catholic priests
"New chairman of the US Senate Judiciary committee is being urged to investigate sex abuse by Catholic priests nationwide. Hansel Vania attorney general Josh Shapiro is lobbying Senator Lindsey Graham to investigate abuse. By members of the Catholic church in a tweet. Shapiro writes, the clergy sex abuse is a national issue deserves attention. He adds I'll assist in any way, the chairman deems appropriate. Shapiro has spearheaded an investigation who to abuse a Catholic diocese in Pennsylvania? A grand jury report released in August found more than one thousand instances of sexual abuse allegedly committed by hundreds of Catholic priests in the state. Linda Kenyon,
"lindsay graham" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"No based on anything that comes out of it. What are you saying? He speaks for the entirety of the democrat party as well as anyone else. Is that they've already declared the FBI investigation to be inadequate. They are going to want to extend it until next year sometime special counsel two and a half years later. It's not about getting to the truth. It's just not about getting to the truth. And all they haven't interviewed Kevin on Ford. They're pretending it's over and they haven't done the news media's insisting that the FBI do with the news media wants them to do. Otherwise, the news media won't tell them that they've done an adequate job. Now, it's a Lynch mob, and unfortunately, Lindsey Graham has Atticus Finch really Geest this whole week long. Pause was supposed to give some clarity to it. Framed by leaving out the two key witnesses, although they did testify under oath before the Senate only clouds it further and makes it more controversial. When the vote finally comes up later this week. Now, they're talking about jumping the gun and a little learning is a dangerous thing. They've declared. I guess the FBI investigation to be over because they read something that said that it might have ended as soon as Tuesday afternoon or Tuesday evening. The FBI has not indicated that it's over. And and they're just saying what they're they're sullying their muddying the FBI investigation ahead of time. And that's what they're doing Lindsey Graham. Let's go to Lindsay Graham, they're they are they are laying down the predicate here to oppose whatever the FBI comes up with an to dismiss it and say, well that doesn't change your we need more investigation and more investigation. And it is at that point that you'll know that they are lying. I'm interview haven't wised up yet, you're probably hopeless. But at that point, you should know that you're just being hoodwinked your they're fraudsters number seven. Lindsey Graham Lindsey Graham yesterday, he might be the Atticus Finch of this Lynch mob story people can look at it. Then we're going to vote. I keep telling my colleagues that this is the new normal. God help us all. Want to be a judge in this environment? And we've got to turn this around force too late. Taking cavenaugh down. Unleashed forces from the darkest side of American politics in perpetuity. And if you think one side is capable of doing. Mistake. He's.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Talked about the day the night that you've described in the summer of nineteen eighty-two. Thank you for being willing to do that. I know it's difficult. I'd like to shift gears and discuss the last several background Lindsey Graham is trying to get Grassley lease attention. I think he's saying I'm gonna do this. Yeah. Well, you know, he tried to pipe up there. He he got on Mike for a little bit than somebody turned the Mike soft because the ideas that you can't let everybody talk when you're right Lindsay Graham is trying to assert himself. He knows I'm better at this than everybody here, including her let me talk, which I don't know if he's going to be able to or not. In your statement. You said that on July sixth you had a quote sense of urgency to relate the information to the Senate and the president did you contact either the Senate or the president honorable before July sixth? No, I did not live coverage Cavanaugh Ford testimony here on the Armstrong and Getty show. Six had you spoken to any member of congress. And when I say congress, I mean, the Senate or the house of representatives or any congressional staff members about your alligators. No. Why did you contact the Washington Post that on July sixth? So I was panicking because I knew the time line was sort for the decision. And people were giving me advice on the beach people who don't know about. The processes that. They were giving me a base and many people told me he need to hire a lawyer. And I didn't do that. I didn't understand why would need a lawyer. Somebody said call the New York Times, call the Washington Post put an anonymous tip go to your congress person. And when I weighed those options I felt like the best option was to try to do the civic route, which is to go shit. My congress person who happens to be an issue. So I called her office. I also put in the anonymous tip to the Washington Post and neither unfortunately, neither got back to me. I'm getting a better sense of who she is. And what she's like in that that makes sense to me the kind of person she is the sort of person that needs to put another front door in her house because her claustrophobia variety of other things. She's not a calculating to me. She is not a calculating political actor, no right now, she's got a number of issues, which doesn't mean she wasn't sexually assaulted all those years ago. In fact, I think she probably was just don't know if it was Mike Cavanaugh back to the prosecutor selection of the nominee. You testified that congresswoman issues office contacted you on July ninth is that right? They contacted me the date that the nominee was announced. So that seems like likely how'd you talk to about your allegations? With anyone in her office before the date of July nine. I told the receptionist on the phone. On July ten to you texted the Washington Post again, which was really the third time. Is that right? Second date. Third time. Let's.
Lindsay Graham Green Lights Trump’s Appointment Of John Bolton
"Deal to help dreamer emigrants avoid being deported and threatens to pull out a free trade agreement with mexico unless it does more to stop border crossings into the us trump claims that people are coming to take advantage of protections granted certain immigrants for employees in the trump administration march was a tumultuous month we get details now from correspondent greg clugston president trump made several high profile personnel changes in march as he reshuffles his cabinet and team of white house aides economic advisor gary cohn secretary of state rex tillerson national security advisor hr mcmaster and veterans affairs secretary david schulkin were among those who were ousted during the month the president also lost one of his most trusted advisers communications director hope hicks who left this past week greg clugston the white house saying he's glad that john bolton will serve as president trump's national security advisor going into talks with north korea republican senator lindsey graham of south carolina says it's because of his very healthy skepticism i'd be very cautious about the terms and conditions of this meeting and this is why i like john bolton is national security adviser he's a very healthy skepticism north korea but i do hope president trump will meet with north korea senator graham says he he explains what he thinks the goal the us should be when it comes to north korea to make sure that north korea gives up their nuclear program japan and south korea they don't have nukes there's no reason for north korea to have a nuclear program they will sell anything that bill that's their history and maybe get a peace treaty with north korea south korea the united states in china but not let this drag on very long time lindsey graham was a guest earlier today on fox news sunday more on these stories at townhall dot com this subject from banyan he'll you like freedom i do you like money i do too if you like freedom and money then you're gonna love freedom checks you see over the next few months an estimated thirty four point six billion is up grabs.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Who saw it as lindsay graham on the question i find myself asking a fair amount who whoo lindsay what would you say you do here and who would just say you work for a clear to me a sweet spot what's the sweet spot exactly amnesty that's what that's what lindsey graham s constituents won't that's the folks who voted for lindsey graham are open for i highly doubt it i find that very unlikely okay will then what you're talking about where this whole if we allow people who were covered her dhaka to be deported the party's gonna fall apart no says oh how are the way take a very long time even if the present decided tomorrow everyone was legal gotta go take a very long time does logistical to deport everybody not everybody would be deported and then the country would be in a particularly combustible political state but we do have so so i don't know what lindsey graham really thinks the answer is your i just know lindsey graham is wrong uh also we have an update on daca courtesy of another federal court in california this is now the game folks this is what they do uh we are seeing now that everything about daca will just be challenged in the courts which easy exactly what i told you would happen if there were an amnesty let me work through this year because this is this is important so there was just a ruling that the federal government uh and by the way cnn writes about dreamers now and then uncle quote young emigrants brought illegally to the united states as children.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on WCTC
"Who call laura now one eight five five four zero laura and and and that the ideal who why don't you asked me is the a racist that was my next question took it all transferred do you think that he is arrested absolutely not when tell you what you could be dark is charcoal and really like it doesn't matter as long as your nice to it he could be the pope and criticize them it doesn't matter he'll go after the pope you could be putin and say nice things in you'll like you here's what i found he's a streetfighter is not the colour of your skin matters is not the content of your character this whether or not you show him respect in camp amazing lindsey graham i i'd like to condemn i'd like to do an interview like that where i can lead my my interviewer and civil why don't you ask me how talented i wanted to aspirin and they said will how talented are unto glad you asked you it's ridiculous so ridiculous dana bash with lindsay graham taking the bait and claims he'll attacked the will there's a there's an interesting tie in here i'll do it very quickly the pope is being criticised because a papal honor the commander in the pen typical quest rian order of saint gregory the great a very high honored given by the pope to lay people was bestowed in october or december rather december 22nd to a woman named liliane plowman if that name is not familiar to you she is the minister of foreign trade and development in the netherlands were was and the biggest problem with liliane plowman is plowman is an aggressive international supporter of abortion on demand she told the financial times last year america's regressive policies on abortion are calamity for girls and women's rights that the rest of the world must counter she set up a campaign of fund to make up the difference of the federal funds that we were denying for international abortions she was picking up through her slush fund while the pope gave her this honour.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coming up at this hour a look into what investors are focused on in the debt limit kim plus the latest on the muller investigation but first diane feinstein is under fire from members of her own party after the senate judiciary committee's top democrat released the testimony of the man is firm produce the infamous trump russia dossier during the a dental campaign now speaking to reporters feinstein is defending that move republicans continue to maintain the dossier is quote fake news to my knowledge there has not been a single fact in that report that has been proven to be incorrect bloomberg days deputy managing editor kevin whitelaw with me now in our bloomberg 991 studio here in washington to set this all force now first of all why would the senator be under fire from members of our own party as well we'll there aren't too many that are all that worked up about it um i think you know there's been a an increasing level of partisanship sort of on both sides of of this and i think a growing sense that what the senate judiciary was committed one point been trying to do in a bipartisan way was falling apart last week we saw the chairman republican chairman chuck grassley along with lindsay graham issue a criminal referral to the justice department asked them to investigate christopher still the british spy former british spy who compiled the dossier in the first place so the know the i think of the feinstein i would argue that the the republicans had already started politicizing this and putting some information out there and some spin so this was necessary to take him out there and everyone else had been sort of describing this transcript over they wanted to for their own purposes so at the same time i do think there are sub democrats who've been trying to keep the heroin nada all of this and trying.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coming up at this hour a look into what investors are focused on the debt limit countdown plus the latest on the muller investigation but first diane feinstein is under fire from members of her own party after the senate judiciary committee's top democrat released the testimony of the man is firm produce the infamous trump russia dossier during the a dental campaign now speaking to reporters feinstein is defending that move republicans continue to maintain the dossier is quote fake news to my knowledge there has not been a single fact in that report that has been proven to be incorrect bloomberg days deputy managing editor kevin whitelaw with me now in our bloomberg 991 studio here in washington to set this all straight now first of all why would the senator be under fire from members of our own party as well we'll there aren't too many that are all that worked up about it um i think you know there's been a an increasing level of partisanship sort of on both sides of of this and i think a growing sense that what the senate judiciary was committed one point been trying to do in a bipartisan way was falling apart last week we saw the chairman republican chairman chuck grassley along with lindsay graham issue a criminal referral to the justice department asked them to investigate christopher still the british by former british spy who compiled the dossier in the first place so the dog you know the i think of uh the finds i would argue that the the republicans had already started politicizing this and putting some information out there in some spin said this was necessary to take him out there in everyone else had been sort of describing this transcript over they wanted to for their own purposes so the same time i do think there are sub democrats who've been trying to keep bayreuth nado all of this and trying.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coming up at this hour a look into what investors are focused on the debt limit campaign plus the latest on the muller investigation but first diane feinstein is under fire from members of her own party after the senate judiciary committee's top democrat released the testimony of the man is firm produced the infamous trump russia dossier during the press a dental campaign now speaking to reporters feinstein is defending that move republicans continue to maintain the dossier is quote fake news to my knowledge there has not been a single fact in that report that has been proven to be incorrect bloomberg days deputy managing editor kevin whitelaw with me now in our bloomberg 991 studio here in washington to set this all straight forest now first of all why would the senator be under fire from members of her own party as well while there aren't too many that are all that worked up about it um i think come you know there's been a an increasing level of partisanship sort of on both sides of of this and they are growing sense that what the senate judiciary was committed one point been trying to do in a bipartisan way was falling apart last week we saw the chairman republican chairman chuck grassley along with lindsay graham uh issue a criminal referral to the justice department asked them to investigate christopher steal the british spy former british spy who compiled the dossier in the first place so the dot you know the i think the finds i would argue that the the republicans had already started politicizing this and putting some information out there and some spin so this was necessary to take him out there and everyone else had been to defer describing this transcript over they wanted to for their own purposes so the same time i do think there are some democrats who've been trying to keep the road not all of this and trying.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Your friend lindsay graham should not be rushed through monday evening he was still wishing for a bipartisan solution to what ails obamacare or a bipartisan replacement legislation hearings when witnesses votes to the floor president trump is onagain offagain criticize the arizona republican for his decision claiming mccain ran for reelection last time pledging to repeal and replace the affordable care act bob costantini washington senators susan collins of rand paul also wants support the healthcare legislation north korea has hurled another round of accusations at the trump administration correspondent brian todd pyongyang's foreign minister said outside the un his country butte recent threats by president trump as acts of aggression owing unball the whole world should remember and it was the united states who first declared war on our country north korea's wrapped up rhetoric comes after american b1 b lancer bombers and fighter jets flew right off north korea's east coast in international waters on saturday designed as a show goals and seen by kim jong wounds regime as a provocation the dallas cowboys made a show of unity tonight before their game against the arizona cardinals but at wasn't during the national anthem the dallas players all kneeled with owner jerry jones and his family before a giant american flag was unfurled drawing some boos from cardinals fans they rose arminarm just before the singing of the anthem and protest to president trump's comments criticising athletes on wall street the dow jones industrial average fell 53 points the nasdaq closed down fiftysix i'm anne cates hey america we need to have little we've got more.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are you ready to play ready ready ready your first quote his from an anonymous republican lobbyist apparently no one cares what the bill actually does yet here we are the republican senators don't care what the bill they're rushing to pass actually does except and as long as it does what repeal obamacare exactly right yeah now you will remember the last attempt to end of the affordable care act the back in the spring ended when john mccain at the last minute voted against it so this time the republicans had mccain's best friend lindsay graham sponsored the bill because show john mccain resisted five years of torture but he is helpless in the face of lindsey graham baby blue instead of establishing a new kind of healthcare system forest this newest billed as gives all the federal money for healthcare and just hans it to the states it's called the no you take care of it act the 2017 that it gives it to the red thing is that this is actually i mean it's amazing because part of what the the bill does is it takes money from states with democratic governments blue states in it gives it to read states which is so craven you kind of have to admire it the original name of the bill was the yawning bill i like i like graham cassidy as the name for the grand cassidy zanik an awesome 1970s hooper group i love them when there is still graham cassidy stills nash and young it seems like the the whole thing is that the folks supporting this new idea they just want to be able to tell their constituents that they voted down obamacare you have any democrats thought about quickly writing a really crummy bill that's also called obamacare and the luxembourg judges had to do heart king tickets i didn't change obamacare to bald eagles are beautiful and proud care everybody wins with at work well you're next quote is a textbook example of how one delicately handles international diplomacy leisure portions of the world are in conflict and some in fact dog going to els that was some were thinking in the.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on KGO 810
"The bill that looks like it may actually passed this time that takes away a at the end of the day it's going to end it it's going to end with a low of millions of people who are currently insured no longer being it's short and what kimmel had had senator cassidy on senator cassidy said that he would not support any coverage that did not cover most people or all people and he would not support any coverage that any kind of a of a bill that allowed insurance companies to either charge more for or to reject people who have preexisting conditions and in fact cassidy named it the jimmy kimmel test another todd shows he was saying that the it had to pass the jimmy kimmel test in order for him the support well the bill that he is cosponsoring with lindsay graham does do any of those things so two nights ago a jimmy kimmel said that this is part of what kendall said listen this the few months ago after my son had openheart surgery which was something i spoke about an air of politician a center named bill cassidy from louisiana was on my show and he wasn't very honest it seemed like he was being honest he got a lot of credit and attention for coming off like the rare reasonable voice in the republican party when it came out there for coming up with something he called i didn't aim at this he named that this eat the jimmy kimmel task which was in a nutshell no family should be denied medical care emergency or otherwise because they can't afford it he agreed to that he said he would only support a health care bill that made sure of childlike mind would get the health coverage he needs no matter how much money his parents make and that did not have any will or lifetime caps said all is on television many times i asked those of pass the jimmy kimmel test with a child born with congenital heart disease be able to get everything she or he would need in that.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is what that means and so far rand paul has been a solid no susan collins of maine is leaning no and that means you look at it john mccain of arizona lease mcaliskey from from alaska and mccain was no last time but he is best friends with lindsay graham who's the principal author of this bill and that could be a card up more caskey herself you know if alaska's funded mouse then maybe her vote could be in play but it's not clear at this point if they will wind up having enough votes so why the getting it passed but there could be some momentum for it and you know honestly it's kind of slid under the radar this time the idea of i mean a lot of other news out there i'm the you sit funded enough so this this is a place where senators could say if you bump up the funding for my state or something may be i would i be able to get on board with it is right lindsey graham basically said healthcare now is choosing between socialism and federalism and federalism being that the states can you don't decide how they want to run their healthcare systems and you know this rolls back a lot of the medicaid expansion of obama care but if those seats are funded and not with that ne if money than those states could potentially a continue to do similar programs to what they had before but that's a very open question and if the federal government's not get a mandate how that's done then i if there is no guarantee that that they would be able to or that they would have the political will to go through with with continuing something like the marketplaces and the medical there's been is unfamiliar word that has crept it's way back into washington bipartisanship all this talk of president trump and chuck schumer a nancy pelosi of is there a different climate now i mean might democrats be willing to work somehow in healthcare with republicans in this climate no way and chuck schumer said yes basically there were sprouts of bipartisanship and that if the republicans go through with this bill that those sprouts of bipartisanship with the dead which would make for a.
"lindsay graham" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"The the deciding vote you could say in the in the proposal to debate and vote on these bills in the first place it's you can't say that mccain didn't want to find a solution guy went against his doctor's orders with brain cancer to get back to washington a time to vote to debate hey and then he gave an impassioned speech about how we have to work with both sides he didn't feel like that was going to happen with the skinny bill replacement and republicans who are pissed it john i can tell you i think there's i think you should i think sit tight here because he may have done your favor because if this skinny bill a gone through and let's say that the house did duped the senate and didn't go to conference and they didn't vote on anything else except the skinny bill it would have been as lindsay graham pointed out it would have been the republicans to own and it would not only ban as bad as obamacare it would have accelerated the demise of obama care and it would have been the republicans problem he may have done you will favour this is bob here's a disaster in i don't think only anybody on the right is denying early anybody in the middle is denying its unsustainable there's no question but this bill would have taken everything and that that even gives the obamacare a little life and it woulda just throwing it out the window so in their desperation to pass something which is what mccain talked about and that is this idea of winning over leading uh he talked about that as four speech he may have done the republicans a favor by dealing them that that blow but here the audio of voted with just a kind of a thumbs down and i watched the video from one twenty nine eastern time when this happen cspan very exciting enough you get a chance to sit there and watch cspan for awhile but uh i would highly recommend dropping acid first year sitting there mccain walks in and they had already passed him on the rollcall which means he can kind of walking just tell uh whomever that what is voters he walks in any holds his handouts trying to get attention and.