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Chicago 7-year-old raises money for hospital's pandemic gear
"Has spent most of the Corona virus pandemic making bracelets from colorful rubber bands in order to raise money to buy P p e for a Children's hospital. So far, Hayley or Lynskey has raised nearly $20,000. She says she wants to keep doing it until the pandemic is over, because she feels like she's helping. Ah, lot of people. This is ABC News.
"lynskey" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lynskey, the financial quarterback. And we have a special Theme of musical selections. What do we have, buddy? Radio songs. So give us a call, folks. 888988 Josh Waited 8988567 for radio songs. Well, whose radio songs were They when you were discharged Key? Barbara, you have frustrated dis jockey. Bob G does a fantastic job. Every week, laying down the tracks of your youth. And if it wasn't for Bob, we wouldn't have these great songs every week. So thank you, Bob. Bob, did you want to say something? Gordon's on the line. Okay, Bob, thank you so much. An IRA IRA is now trapped in a room. And he has had little contact. Two humans. I hope he's doing all right. I'm beginning to worry about IRA. IRA is quite all right, according to Bob. I used to have IRA in my ear every week and they got it like I want is a fantastic job screening the calls. He's been my call screener for I don't know how many years And if wasn't for IRA And You know, you know the doctrine of predestination, I think I think IRA was predestined. To be a producer on my show, because Kyra. Get it, Ira. OK, so now we have Bob and IRA. And Gordon. Who's been with us since the beginning, Gordon You know, I've never met Gordon. People say it was Gordon. Your father? No. My father is with the Lord. But Gordon's a great man. Go ahead, Gordon. Well, actually, just some old.
Indiana mother and daughter charged with COVID-19 wire fraud
"Thursday. Money Mules in Indiana, Chris Davis reports on the mom and daughter Duo arrested for check fraud. Washington State has lost millions of dollars in unemployment benefits that people didn't deserve. And some of that money has gone to a Hoosier mom and daughter from Fort Branch Rose Ann as a really low is the mom and Andrea Rene Pit. Lynskey is the daughter. They were getting checks from Washington state that they didn't deserve in their bank accounts, cashing them and then giving part of the money to the person who orchestrated this scheme. And he has not been arrested yet, says U S Attorney
Prosecutor who quit Stone case to tell Congress of DOJ pressure
"Can I wear hearing an extraordinary allegation from a federal prosecutor who helped convict the president's friend Roger stone that prosecutor plans to tell congressional committee tomorrow that he faced pressure from the highest levels of the justice department to go easy on stone here CBS's Nancy quarters assistant U. S. attorney Aaron Zelinsky says the political influence he experienced in the Roger stone case was deeply unsettling and virtually unprecedented in a detailed thirteen page statement the Lynskey says the team that prosecuted the president's longtime friend was pressured to water down and in some cases outright distorts the events that transpired in his trial in order to secure a lighter sentence what I heard repeatedly he wrote was that Roger stone was being treated differently from any other defendant because of his relationship to the president stone was convicted on seven counts including witness tampering and lying to investigators but when it came time for sentencing the Lansky says higher ups suddenly overrode his team's recommendations in court we were not informed about the content or substance of the proposed filing or even who was writing it that leads a landscape to resign from
Prosecutor to testify Roger Stone sentencing was politicized
"A justice department prosecutors preparing to tell Congress that Donald trump's longtime political adviser Roger stone got special treatment because of politics NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the prosecutor says supervisors at the justice department wanted to change your sentencing recommendation because they were afraid of president trump prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky says he and others were pressured to cut presidential adviser Roger stone a break instead the Lynskey withdrew from the case this year because he worried about favoritism the Lynskey will testify Wednesday at a house Judiciary Committee hearing about alleged political interference in the justice
Bolton says he hopes book is not 'suppressed' by White House
"Former national security adviser John Bolton says he hopes his memoir on working under president trump will not be suppressed W. NC's J. price reports on Bolton's commented Duke University and its first public remarks since trump's impeachment trial the book is undergoing a government pre publication review that Bolton called censorship according to The New York Times Bolton claims in this manuscript he heard from say he wanted to link Ukrainian military assistance to an investigation of Joe Biden and his son Bolton was Cory about what the book contains he said the bits dealing with Ukraine were like a quote sprinkles on the ice cream sundae responding to a question about whether he agreed with president trump that his call with Ukrainian president Vladimir is the Lynskey was perfect Bolton simply replied you'll love chapter fourteen for NPR news I'm Jay
Ukrainian President Zelensky shuts down Trump claim that Ukraine is corrupt
"Ukraine's president one here's a Lynskey is at an international conference on security this weekend in Munich where he sat down with CNN's Christiane Amanpour for an interview his first since the impeachment trial of president Donald Trump he said he rejects president trump's claim of widespread corruption in his country he said that the previous years it also corrupt it's contrary Ukraine I I told him where it honestly and I was very open with him I I had told him that we fight for this car option with fide with this fight each day but please please stop to see that's you grand is corrupted contra Bob because from now it's it's not true Mr trump recently called Ukraine the third most corrupt country in the world in an interview with fox news so once he says his country in the U. S. have a very good relationship and that he's ready for his White House
All 4 federal prosecutors quit Stone case after DOJ overrules prosecutors on sentencing request
"You know the Roger stone the that the prosecutors quit you know crab is the the Lynskey will continue serving this federal prosecutors is that the two federal prosecutors in the criminal case against Republican operative Roger stone dramatically quit the case to the shore that the department of justice that it will force prosecutors to cut their recommendations are Bob Barr is a worse hitch mond I mean he he don't care nothing about the protocol he don't get another by the morale of the office he is simply there to do trumps dirty work he's making no apologies about it and what he's doing he said I'm going to push as hard in this office until somebody stops me either of the Congress lawsuit cream court but until somehow I find a role block I'm going to push hard for everything this president will I don't care what is legally illegal now any body that's on the investigation by any agent of the department of justice where it is a candidate for an issue of election integrity that has a come through bar himself you know you know usually the Attorney General manages remember that all fifty states have a US attorney office or division it right and so you know it is it will be interesting to see now you know how all of this plays out but the you know because they made a recommendation seven and nine years trop start tweeting that seven to nine years is too much time and other prosecutor judge Amy Berman Jackson Berman Jackson in the fall of filing that stone should get a prison term of seven to nine years when he is sentenced on February twenty for crimes related to lying to Congress about his contact with wikileaks down to two thousand thing presidential election in his effort to get an associate comedia Randy critical to cover him with his lies the US justice department official Ripoll report the objected to the staff recommendation sentence for the sixty seven year old stone immediately at the became public the justice department now plans to recommend a lower sentence was down later Tuesday in a new court filing trump early Tuesday morning blasted the original recommendation I recommend this sentence for stone trump called the proposed prison term disgraceful and also tweeted that it was horrible in very unfair situation yeah when you know the president get involved with low level now these a federal crime so the for the read the president has at its disposal stroke of a P. and he can pardon him with no
"lynskey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Care medication treatment after overdose Lynskey points to a need for greater awareness you there about one tenth is likely to receive treatment for opiate use disorder and when it comes to overdose specifically I think there's probably a lack of pediatric familiarity with how do we recognize and treat opiate use disorder it's not typically thought of as a pediatric disease although here were saying that it clearly does affect the pediatric population at Johns Hopkins I'm Elizabeth Tracy real quick update we just told you the story about the power outage in Novi just like that it has been corrected the lights are back on in Nova how to show up with coca Cola energy you're tired and you're thinking of cancelling on your friends don't do it every time you canceling a friend a unicorn loses its point it becomes a regular force do you really want that on your conscience instead grab an ice cold can of coca Cola energy with delicious coke tastes and reinvigorating energy keep the unicorns a live show up every day with coca Cola energy energy one taste you love hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates up to change and to present beauty this is critical for confirmation conditions equal housing lender lessons office eights analysts over thirty thirty watch never stops Detroit's number one news on the job and on the road with the radio dot com and powered by Fontaine automotive group get it for free from your apps store now fifteen minutes away until officially our winter weather advisory starts up bad two o'clock one to three inches likely will tell you more details let you know what's happening on the roads traffic and weather together coming up W. W. J. news time at one forty five sports time and Chris will are your favorite red wing has for the wings on top how bout braided per Leni lighting the lamp at the beginning of the second period it is one to nothing in favor of the wings over the best team in hockey the Boston Bruins so we'll see if they can keep that up as Jonathan Bernier has had a heck of a game stopping all twenty shot so far by the Bruins and the wings take a one nothing lead into the final nine minutes of the second period of play at little Caesar's arena should be an interesting final day out in California for the pebble beach pro am Phil Mickelson coming into today just one shot back of Canadian Nick Taylor for the lead there at seventeen and sixteen under par and Jason day is right behind them as well lefty on using experience to try to take home has six the win on the golf course so all know a lot of pin placements lot of the I'll have the experience of knowing you know what the ball it does but now I sought to execute a self that the shots and and play the course smart and efficiently but it comes down to one rounds I just gotta go she to get around in the inaugural weekend of the new XFL continues in about fifteen minutes with two more games first at two o'clock The New York guardians led by quarterback Matt McGloin will host the Tampa Bay vipers and their head coach Marc Trestman at MetLife stadium then later this afternoon at five PM Bob stoops will lead the Dallas renegades at home against the St Louis battle hawks featuring former Seahawks running back Kristen Michael with sports fifteen and forty five past each hour Chris Falard W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty the updates sponsored by minors den jewelers room to let you know about the snow coming your way with traffic and weather together next it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jeannie me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey hearing from bone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just.
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"lynskey" Discussed on WJR 760
"W. J. R. presidents Lynskey and other Ukrainian officials repeatedly said there was no quid pro quo and no pressure on them to review anything Jay Sekulow and the president's defense team doing a good job staying to script in spite of this bomb shell over the weekend if you want to call it that that to John Bolton yeah and in an excerpt from his book says that as a first person witness yes there was a connection there was a quid pro quo between investigations into the bidens end to the influence of Ukrainians in support of Hillary Clinton that there was this deal before that aid would be restored and and I I didn't expect him to change but it just change the calculus of what happens Thursday when they hold a vote to consider new witnesses Linda canyon has been following all the ups and downs this Linda good afternoon and thanks for hanging around for us no no problem happy to be here so if he if he is we was in the room where it happened as he says in his book but as we looked at these lead to many manuscripts over the weekend how much does it change his suitability as a witness and how much does it change the narrative well a lot of the Senate Republicans are still pretty much said that they don't need witnesses and documents but we do see a little bit of a break in the wall against witnesses and documents senator Susan Collins released a tweet shortly after the news broke saying that she has said all along is she felt it was necessary to have a witness testimony she would support it and she said that the reports about John Bolton spoke of strength in the case she also said she's having a number of conversations among your colleagues we know that Mitt Romney another Republican has said that he will probably vote for witnesses and documents and there's only two more that are needed in order with the calculus I want to avoid you were in a bike from Lindsey Graham that I thought was curious I want to our listeners to here and I want you to comment on it this is what he said about that forthcoming vote on Thursday the Senate needs to.
"lynskey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Not only on surprising it's also irrelevant the question is whether president trump use the power of the presidency the course president's Lynskey into helping him win a political campaign what we know the president's Leschi was pressure he kept delaying and delaying because they did not want to be a pawn in US domestic politics in fact president delaski remains under present a pressure to this day as homes testified there are still things the Ukrainians want and need from the United States including a meeting with the president in the oval office which is still not been scheduled and yes Ukraine remains a war in needs US military eight including a that is still delayed from last year for these reasons Mister Holmes explained quote hi fi I think your cranium they're being very careful they still need us now going forward in fact right now president of whiskey is trying to arrange a summit meeting with president Putin in the coming weeks his first face to face meeting with him to try to advance the peace process he needs our support he needs president Putin to understand that America supports the Lynskey at the highest levels so this doesn't end with the lifting of the security assistance whole Ukraine still needs us and as I said still fighting this war this very day when president trump for his own personal political gain ask for a favor from presidents Lynskey he did exactly what the framers feared most he invited the influence of a foreign power into our elections he used the power of his office to secure that advantage and jeopardized our national security yet president trump maintains that he was always in the right and that is July twenty fifth call with president Clinton's Lynskey was perfect president trump has made it clear that he believes he is free to use his powers the same way to the same men's whenever and wherever he pleases and even more troubling he's even doubling down on his view abuse inviting other countries to interfere in our elections what does all of this tell you it tells you that ambassador Simon was correct when he told the homes after hanging up with president trump on July twenty six that the president doesn't care about Ukraine he only cares about the quote big stuff meaning stuff that helps him personally the bottom line is that the president use the powers of his office for personal political gain he did so knowingly deliberately and repeatedly and his misconduct continues to this day that was congressman chasing crow Democrat from Colorado one of the house impeachment managers we're now going to hear what we think may be a rapper from house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff the lead house impeachment manager senators are just for your orientation of this will be the last presentation on article one and Mr leader I think at the conclusions presentational be a logical point to take a break this is the last section on article one deals with the injury to our national interest in our national security the president trump used Ukraine's leader for political favor and with held critical military aid to an ally in exchange for that favor he did exactly what our framers feared most he invited foreign interference in our elections and sold out our country security for his personal benefit and betrayed the nation's trusts to a foreign power the presence game to pressure Ukraine to do is political dirty work harmed or national security undermined are free and fair elections and even today even today threatens the very foundation of our democracy when the president argues that his call was perfect that he did nothing wrong what he's really saying is that there's nothing wrong with the president asking a foreign government to do a personal favor that there's nothing wrong with the president pressuring that foreign country to interfere in our elections for his personal benefit that there's nothing wrong with withholding congressionally appropriated taxpayer funded military assistance to that foreign country to extort that country to help the president cheat to win an election but there are a great many things wrong with that most significant for the purposes that bring us here today the constitution does not permit it and the constitution does not permit it is that conduct is the quintessential abuse of power the use of official power for personal gain putting personal interest over the national interest and placing personal benefits over our nation's security the president's conduct that we outlined yesterday harm to our national security that is without a doubt it endangered our elections and it sent our country on a dangerous path that if left unchecked we'll call is irrevocable damage to the balance of power contemplated in our constitution if someone sacrifices the national interest in favor of his own and is not removed from office our democracy is in jeopardy it's just that simple the grave consequences of president trump's misconduct demand our attention let me take these issues in turn beginning with this harm to national security first the president's abuse of power had immediate consequences to our security Ukraine is a burgeoning democracy and tangled in a hot war with Russia by withholding military aid president trump not only denied Ukraine much needed military equipment but also we can Ukraine's position in negotiations over the end of the war with Russia because a presence from president trump's corrupt actions Vladimir Putin was in Bolton at a pivotal moment ahead of those sensitive negotiations to attempt to end the war and emboldened Russia is a threat to the United States and global security around the world the president's willingness to put himself over country under cut our European allies confidence in America's commitment to deterring Russian aggression and its signal to adversaries and friends alike that the president of the United States the most powerful man in the world our commander in chief could be influenced by manipulating his perception of what was best for his personal interests no I have no doubt that the Russians in probably every other nation that has the capacity does a psychological profile of the president of the United States as we profile other leaders if a president can be so easily manipulated to disbelieve his own intelligence agencies to accept the propaganda of the Kremlin that is a threat to our national security and that is just what is happened here but that's not all president trump's willingness to untangle our foreign allies in a crop political errand also undermined the credibility of Americans to promote the rule of law and fight corruption abroad this is trump first not American first non American ideals first and the result has and will continue to be great harm to our nation if this chamber does not stand up and say it is wrong if you do not stand up and say this is not only wrong not only unacceptable but conduct incompatible with the office of the presidency and if it really is incompatible with the office of the presidency if you cannot faithfully execute that responsibility if you cannot bring yourself to put your nation's interests ahead of your own it must be impeachable or the nation remains at risk let's consider the big picture here and probably a question many people around the country arrest white is Ukraine matter to the United States what is your cream out of the United States because we're talking about small country many people know very little about well this small country this ally of ours is a country hungry for reform and eager for a stronger relation with its most in powerful important ally the United States and we're talking about ourselves and what it means the strength of our own democracy and democracies around the world within countries like Ukraine are fighting our fight against the for Terry innocent at least that used to be our fight and god help us if it's not our fight still Russian president Putin declared the collapse of the Soviet Union to be the greatest geo political catastrophe of the twentieth century Ukraine's vote for independence in December nineteen ninety one was the final nail in the Soviet union's coffin that made you cranes greatest moment Putin's greatest tragedy when it declared independence from Soviet domination Ukraine inherited roughly nineteen hundred Soviet nuclear warheads enough fire power to level every major American city several times over nineteen hundred Soviet nuclear warheads in exchange for Ukraine surrendering this arsenal the United States Russia and the United Kingdom reached an understanding called the Budapest memorandum memorandum of nineteen ninety four they continued they committed in this memorandum to respecting the borders of an independent Ukraine and also to refrain from using the threat or use of force against Ukraine this was an early success of the post Cold War period despite its commitment to respect Ukraine's independence of course Russia continue to meddle in Ukraine's affairs ambassador Taylor recounted how events took it even more sinister turn in twenty thirteen the west but in twenty thirteen Vladimir Putin was so threatened by the prospect of Ukraine joining the European Union they tried to bribe the Ukrainian president this triggered mass protests in the winter of twenty thirteen that drove the Pratt that president to flee to Russia in twenty fourteen February twenty fourteen but not before his forces killed a hundred Ukrainian protesters in central give angered by the fall of the Kremlin backed leader in Kiev president Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine specifically a region known as Crimea Russia's aggression was met with global condemnation you're listening to special coverage from NPR news of the Senate impeachment trial right now speaking on the floor is house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff Democrat from California he is showing evidence actually a small video clip to the Senate jurors so to speak as they discuss the two articles of impeachment that they are bringing over from the house we liked the sound there but you can see the images of that conflict on the screens before you Deputy Assistant secretary of defense lore Cooper testified as to the stakes for U. S. national security Russia violated the sovereignty of Ukraine's territory Russia illegally annexed territory that belong to Ukraine they also denied Ukraine access to its naval fleet at the time and to this day Russia is building capability on Crimea designs to expand Russian military power projection far beyond the immediate region in twenty fourteen were their concerns in Washington here in Washington and European capitals that Russia might not stop in Ukraine I was not in my current position in twenty fourteen but it is my understanding that there was significant fear about where Russian aggression would stop one American a war hero and statesman who is no stranger to this body recognize the threat posed by Russia's invasion of Crimea senator John McCain in an interview he declared quote we are all Ukrainians senator McCain advised that this is a chess match reminiscent of the Cold War and we need to realize that and act accordingly he was of course absolutely right consistent with the commitments made to Ukraine in nineteen ninety four the United States and Europe responded to Russia's invasion by imposing significant sanctions on Russia we join Europe in providing a crane billions of dollars in economic support to help it resist Russian influence and the.
"lynskey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Would love to see the humiliation of presence of Lynskey at the hands of the Americans an oval office meeting would have sent a strong signal of support that president trump had you cranes back the absence of such a meeting could be devastating indeed Ukraine made very clear to the United States just how important a White House meeting between the two heads of state was for its fragile democracy at the deposition as the one on the screen reveals of lieutenant colonel Alexander been meant the director for Ukraine on the National Security Council he recalled that following presidents Lansky's inauguration at every single meeting would you craning officials they ask their American counterparts about the status of an oval office meeting between the two presidents but it's really the Ukrainians had reason to be optimistic that a White House meeting would be probably schedule on April twenty first during president Valenti's first call with president trump the new Ukrainian leader asked about a White House visit three times as part of that brief congratulatory call president trump himself did extend an invitation Ukraine's dependence on the United States and is desperate need for a White House meeting created an unequal power dynamic between the two presidents as lieutenant colonel van man testified it is that unequal power dynamic that turn any subsequent request for a favor from the president into a demand colonel you you've described this as a demand this favor the present past what is it about the relationship between the president I'd states and the president of Ukraine that lead you to conclude that when the president I'd states asked a favor like this it's really a demand chairman guy the culture I come from those in the military culture when a senior asked you to do something even if it's polite and pleasant it's it's not it's not to be taken as a request it's B. regards to be taken as an order in this case and the power disparity between the two leaders are my impression is that in order to get the White House meeting are the president's Lynskey would have to deliver these investigations bass that are going silent trouble pointy also acknowledge the importance of this power disparity and how it made presidents a Lenski eager to satisfy president trump's wishes Holmes then said that he heard president trump ask quote is he meetings alliance you gonna do the investigation to which he replied he's gonna do it and then you added the president's a Lansky will do anything that you many president trump asked him to do you recall that I probably said something to that effect because I remember the meeting the president our presidents Lansky was very solicitous is not a good word he was just very willing to work with the United States and was being very amicable and so putting it in trump speak by saying he loves your **** do whatever you want Matt that he would really work with us on a whole host of issues he was not only willing he was very eager right that's fair because Ukraine depends on the United States as its most significant allied is not correct one of its most absolutely in other words any request president from may to Ukraine would be difficult to refuse someone president trump S. U. crane to investigate Joe Biden as well as the wild conspiracy theory about the twenty sixteen election those were absolutely interpreted by president Zelinsky and his staff as a the man and that is where the White House meeting enters into the equation when Ukraine did not immediately cave to Rudy Giuliani in the spring and announced the phony investigations president trump ratcheted up the pressure as leverage he chose the White House meeting he dangled during his April twenty first call precisely because president trump knew how important the meeting was to Ukraine following their visit the key for the new Ukrainian leaders inauguration ambassador someone ambassador Volker and secretary Perry met with president trump and each of them encourage the president to schedule the meeting here is what ambassador silent had to say we advise the president of the strategic importance of Ukraine and.
US senators clash over witnesses at Trump impeachment trial
"For just the third time in American history a US president is on trial in the Senate with president trump impeachment trial officially under way Linda Kenyon reports there's a lot at stake for the president's legacy and the twenty twenty election it began in the Senate chamber with the official presentation of the articles of impeachment with one of the chief house impeachment managers outlining the charges against president trump president trump solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty United States presidential election then representative Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee described the second article of impeachment obstruction of Congress no president has ever ordered the complete defiance of an impeachment and Cory or sought to obstruct and impede so comprehensively the ability of the house of representatives to investigate high crimes and misdemeanors on the other side of the capitol building house speaker Nancy Pelosi was addressing the issue of whether the Republican controlled Senate must take into account recent new evidence and allow witness testimony in the trial they don't see documents they don't hear from my witnesses are they don't want they want a can or anything new that comes up what's come up includes a statement from the government accountability office that says the trump administration broke the law when it withheld US security aid to Ukraine last year that had been appropriated by Congress house minority leader Kevin McCarthy dismissed this new revelation saying the house had its chance they made their case for impeachment the Senate role now is the judge in the afternoon a harsh envelop the Senate chamber as Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts entered senators I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice for the purpose of joining with you for the trial of the president of the United States justice Roberts who will preside over the president's impeachment trial was administered the oath by the president pro tem of the Senate Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley Roberts interns Warren the members of the U. S. Senate they will act as the jury in the trial do you saw only swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god the trial will begin with opening statements next Tuesday but there's still a lot of questions to be answered like the issue of whether there will be witness testimony Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he really doesn't know we expect that we will have votes on these witnesses on Tuesday be can't be sure to we see the resolution that McConnell has put together he refers to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would first said he did not want any witness testimony in the trial but later said the issue would be put to a vote during the trial as Senate Republicans took the lead on impeachment house Democrats were pushing them to hear new evidence particularly from somebody associated with president trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani Alex Marquardt reports the indicted associate Abadi Giuliani turning on his old boss and the man they were working train president trump idolize them I mean I thought he was the savior left harness says everyone knew what was going on in Ukraine including trump during a media blitz that helps show prosecutors you're willing to cooperate harness for how significant the pressure was in the quid pro quo with Ukraine investigate the bidens or else if they didn't make the announcement basically there would be no relationship the Ukrainian born partner says he told officials in Kiev there would be no military aid or a White House meeting for the new president and less they announced the Biden investigation the only thing will we cared about and then we were poor we were the team was to get the Lynskey or a Porsche and go for somebody to make on the press release of announcement into the by investigation also in the balance partner said with the attendance of vice president Mike pence a Dylan skis on Aug aeration announcement no pets burns with me at the number rations there would be no visit to the White House there would be basically they would have no communication pence's office responded that part S. will say anything to stay out of prison trump has denied knowing part S. despite numerous photos showing the two together every time he says us from another after his line is lying the administration is also
House managers deliver articles of impeachment to Senate - key takeaways
"We're going to begin today's program with breaking news on president trump's impeachment trial house Democrats and the White House have laid out their arguments prior to the Senate trial that begins Tuesday White House lawyers unveiled their response to the summons sent Thursday by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and earlier today house managers filed their brief writing quote president trump's conduct is the framers worst nightmare and quote joining us now to explain what's happening is NPR White House correspondent Frank or doing us Franco thanks so much for joining us thanks for having me so let's start with the White House team what are they saying well president trump's legal team says it's ready for the Senate trial may have delivered a very forceful response to the house find they're calling the two articles of impeachment passed by the house a dangerous attack on the right of the American people to freely choose their president sources close to the president's legal team said White House counsel paths of Bologna and trump's private attorney Jay Jay Sekulow plan to challenge the impeachment on both procedural and substantive rounds of a kind of keys that fire its rhetoric that we expect they argue this is a brazen attempt to overturn the two thousand sixteen election as well as interfere with the twenty twenty election that's coming up what about the quid pro quo allocation that was the thing that started this whole process right that is going to be a part of this they plan to address both the April and July calls with the Ukraine president on that as you note started this they will go over those discussions between the president trump and president so Lynskey of Ukraine they will argue that the house record from the house hearings did not establish a quid pro quo and they will argue that the house abused the power of the word quid pro quo and in noting that it never showed up in the articles of impeachment they say they plan to raise it because they want to rip to remind the American people and exactly how this all started you know figure this week the government accountability office found that the White House violated federal law by withholding that congressionally approved security aid to Ukraine does that finding play into this and if so how it could I mean certainly the White House is disputing that but they argue they disagree with the clues conclusions again the sources close to the legal team that say it should not be part of this and that those that those findings are not part of the Senate trial they are specifically looking arguing about that two articles of impeachment and very bluntly they say they're not they're not referring to or they're not going to be litigating think reports and findings that came out after that okay let's go to the other side of the equation the house right earlier today the house of representatives filed their brief in the impeachment trial what are the big takeaways from that yeah I should note that in there that brief is in verse is not in response to the White House button a legal requirement established by the Senate process in their brief though they make the argument that the president's actions were an abuse of power and that the evidence overwhelmingly establishes that he is guilty of both articles of impeachment there now urging the Senate to carry out its responsibility you know that was placed on them by the framers of the constitution and to uphold their constitutional of okay so we have about thirty seconds left left what happens next how is this going to begin next week well they gave us a little bit at least of the opening we know that Alan Dershowitz will be helping with the opening statements it he will also part of that will be paths of Bologna at the White House counsel as well as Jay Sekulow who will follow Patsy baloney who will kind of give an overview of the case but there gonna argue very vigorously that is NPR White House correspondent Franco ordinance Franco thank you thank
GAO says Trump administration broke law by holding up Ukraine aid
"You have there's still a lot of people don't understand what's happening believe it or not there are still a ton of people out there who believe that trump is this is a process that removes trump from office not that I mean obviously I can but they believe that this is that trump will be resigning soon are removed from office of Mike pence is gonna be stored and there are still people out there who believe that it's baffling to me that people don't understand what's happening all that has happened so far is that a trial has been authorized if it it would be the same it's basically if we have to liken it to a train actual criminal trial the grand jury has met and decided that the chart that the charges are going to go forward that does not mean that he has been found guilty it would be the same as if the police said Hey some people some people heard from some other people that you killed somebody so we're going to you know file charges against you prosecutor would say you were going to file charges against you and then we'll go to court that's pretty much how likely it al what's going on here when that doesn't mean that he's done anything wrong he hasn't that doesn't mean that he's going to be convicted of a crime he won't it doesn't mean he's going to do any jail time made he's not it certainly doesn't mean he's going to be removed from office of impeachment is always always always a political exercise because it takes place in the political arena all lyrics hi it is not a criminal trial there no one's gonna do jail time for this the only thing that can happen he could get censured I guess but I don't even think that's gonna happen the only thing that could happen punishment wise he could be removed from office not be allowed to hold office again but may he's not going to doing a crime is I'm gonna be convicted now the only other new information came out today the general accountability office has issued a legal opinion now when you say that you know that this has no wait this has no bearing on anything this is an opinion nothing more the general accountability off it give and I only say that by the way because this is being reported to some incredible bomb shell that proves that trump did everything wrong and that trump should be impeached and removed well that's how it's being for reported it's not it's opinion it's an opinion that has no weight to it it's an opinion that has no legal foundation it's our opinion that has no what teeth behind it is simply an opinion and nothing more I am the a government accountability office has issued a legal opinion today saying that the president trump administration broke the law by withholding defense aid to Ukraine which eventually did get released the issue at the heart of the president's impeachment trial that money two hundred and forty million dollars which have been allocated to the department of defense or security assistance which they eventually got was appropriated by Congress and therefore the administration was required to release it which they did they just didn't do it in a timely manner they didn't do it quick enough for them but again were we're dealing with a country that is rampant with corruption and they were trying to figure out whether or not the money was going to go for the reasons that it was going to go for and whether or not it was going to be used for the reason it was going to be used apparently the the president doesn't have the power to do that if Congress allocates money you just have to give it to them regardless of what they're going to do with that which seems a little fishy in and of itself by the way it seems as though the president should be allowed to make sure that the money is going to be used in the eight is going to be used in such a way that it will be used for the reasons it's supposed to be used for and again Ukraine a out wash in corruption before the Lynskey got got elected and still lives by the way but you know those those old ways of doing things need to be put over with so there's really I don't really see a problem with them holding back and making sure that the money's going to be used for what was supposed to use FOR faithful execution of the law does not permit the president they say to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law the opinion said OMB the office of management budget withheld the withheld funds for a policy reason not a program programmatic a delay I see therefore we conclude that the OMB violated the I. C. A. impoundment control act which means nothing no part crime no punishment no harm no foul blah blah blah blah blah blah and that's all there is to it basically that's what it comes down to they did that they they didn't have the money out in a timely manner and they've decided that they broken the law there's no punishment for it there's no nobody's gonna go to jail nobody's going to do anything again this is simply an opinion and doesn't mean anything and that's very important this is not a conviction this is an opinion nothing more the trump administration with held a total of about four hundred million dollars of security assistance from Ukraine last summer the two hundred forty million dollars the G. A. O. will says was illegally withheld was allocated to the department of defense while the rest was allocated to the state department the legal opinion says the GAO also had questions about the money from state and it was looking into whether that with withholding was proper the constitution the opinion says grants the president no unilateral authority to withhold funds from obligation instead Congress has vested the president was strictly circumscribed thorny to impound or withhold budget authority only in limited circumstances as expressly provided by the I. C. a trump was investigating corruption there we saw that on the phone call he was correct he was does to getting corruption or attempting to investigate corruption which apparently the president is no longer allowed to do especially if you're a Democrat running for president they say today they did the GAO general counsel Thomas H. Armstrong said in the statement today GAO issued a legal decision without teeth concluding that the office of management and budget violated the law when it withheld approximately two hundred forty million dollars appropriated to the department of defense for security entrant into it assistance to Ukraine which they eventually got again more so this keeps coming out far more than they ever got under Barack Obama the president has narrow limits already with whole operation appropriations under the impoundment control act of nineteen seventy four and that's what he was doing the White House rebutted the charge criticizing the agency's decision as an over reach and an attempt to insert itself into the media's coverage the of the day they issued a statement from the OMB office of my management budget spokeswoman Rachel some also we disagree with the geo's opinion OMB uses it's appropriate probe apportionment authority to ensure taxpayer dollars are properly spent consistent with the president press the president's priorities and with the loss so what they're saying is that what what they're saying is they did the right thing what the GA I was saying that the the president has to give the money out regardless of whether or not there's rampant corruption and regardless of of whether or not this aid could be used for anything other than what it's supposed to be used for that's basically what they're saying so again just another political bogus the little thing and it's being a big deal the whole call legal the president violated the law blah blah blah it's an opinion all this it's just an opinion it's an opinion on a governmental agency and it appears that the money was what was withheld for legitimate reasons because again we were investigating or attempting to investigate corruption in Ukraine which if it involves a Democrat running for president is an all out we've we've come to
Trump administration to defend Soleimani killing in congressional briefing
"Meanwhile Congress will get a briefing on the deadly U. S. air strike the so called gang of eight will be brought up to speed today top congressional leaders will be briefed on arrival ask a lot of questions about that intelligence the ministrations assertion that this was an imminent threat while the house and the Senate we'll get there own briefings tomorrow from top trump administration officials Democrats are angry that congressional leaders were not briefed before the air strike house speaker Nancy Pelosi is demanding the Senate call witnesses to testify and president trump's impeachment trial hello he tweeted that president trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell I've run out of excuses she also insisted that documents trump is blocked must be subpoenaed for the Senate trial and you got former national security adviser John Bolton is now saying is prepared to testify in the impeachment trial if he is subpoena in a statement Bolden said he made the decision with careful consideration Bolton previously said he would not testify before the house intelligence committee during its impeachment investigation unless he was subpoenaed and a judge ordered him to defy the White House Bolton was on the July twenty fifth phone call president trump had with the Ukrainian president which house Democrats have based two articles of impeachment on in the cultural best presidents the Lynskey to investigate his political rival Joe Biden and his son
"lynskey" Discussed on KCRW
"Was diagnosed with cancer in in the hospital the capital Kiev you notice something there was no call button for nurse you just have to scream hope someone heard you you just understand that it has to be it's it's very simple but they're not Grinstead a career in advertising and he's a practical guide from his hospital bed he picked up the phone I managed to find maker of call buttons to get after the whole hospital for five hundred dollars the fund raised on Facebook and people gave me like twelve thousands and that kind of solution minded approach to problems it was about to get him noticed our song only should hold the skin that is full of yeah no while all this was going on the televisions in the hospital were showing bill demersal and ski campaigning for president they were also showing episodes of the Lynskey sit com where he played a fictional Ukrainian president and there's one well known scene from the trailer of season two of the sit com so it's his character as an anxiety dream becomes the parliament with the big plan for reform yeah but you must only by yes a degree form cutting in parliament laughs in his face just three people Ukraine have nothing to eat he says they're afraid to walk in the street he's not going abroad that this isn't ha ha comedy this is comedies fury it's bottled rage against the political elites insulin ski and everyone is age grown up with the scene ends with Zelinsky pointing machine guns of parliament.
Rudy Giuliani admits he 'needed Yovanovitch out of the way'
"Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani has been making the rounds again in Ukraine and Bob Constantini reports the president seems to still view guiliani as his personal lawyer president trump would only say Rudy Giuliani didn't tell me much about the personal attorneys recent trip to Ukraine Giuliani is a firm believer in the theory that you queen actually hacks democratic campaigns in twenty sixteen in order to help Hillary Clinton and he's been lobbying Ukrainian officials to launch investigations into hunter Biden it's a soon to the former New York City mayor met with the president on Friday at the White House so proceeds would not confirm it he's a great person who loves our country and he does this and a lot of the way he does it out of love he sees what goes on he sees what's happening he sees all of the hopes that happens when they talk about impeachment all this work the Russian collusion delusion even some Republicans on Capitol Hill question why Giuliani would go to Ukraine in the middle of the impeachment controversy centered on what the president meant when asking Ukraine's leader for a favor in the phone call Mr trump told voters a Lynskey Rudy very much knows what's happening and he would have Giuliani phone him that was in July after Julie on his first visit to associates who were helping the lawyer gain entree to Ukrainian officials have been indicted for campaign finance fraud he was quoted in The New Yorker magazine article as saying former US ambassador to Ukraine Maria von of which needed to be pushed quote out of the way because she was an impediment to the investigations Giuliani was trying to get started regarding
"lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"He and doctor Lynsey Lynskey our expert robotics surgeons Dr Paul Lynskey is also a thoracic surgeon at MC W. having recent joined having recently joined us from the university of Alabama he received his undergraduate and medical education at the university of Alabama completed his surgical residency at the university of Louisville and return to Alabama for fellowship training and cardio thoracic surgery up Mario maybe I can start with you and talk about how robotic technology made it to the chest I a doctor Jacobson mentioned that urology especially the prostate and the deep pelvis was an early adopter how did robotic technology make its way into the chest and and what what operations are most commonly incorporated into into the robot you know it's interesting from robotic actually started looking for application cardiac surgery as was alluded to earlier the the visualization of magnification which is twelve times what we see was really supposed to be a cardiac surgery much easier never really took off so it started branching off to some of his other specialties boat we quickly realized that on there still a lot of benefits in the chest mostly from a patient's standpoint one of the biggest problems after chest surgery is is pain whether we use traditional approaches such a split splitting the breast bone for heart surgery or having to spread the ribs to get to the longer suffix or other brands in the chest that because a lot of pain and people have a lot of recovery time before they can get back to their normal activities the application of of of the robot and using very small incisions allows to very detailed work in the chest and avoid using these big incisions and spreading ribs and and splitting the sternum so really almost every operation currently being done in the chest can be done robotically I certainly remember that during my training and and predominately an abdominal and next surgeon but they'll the operations on the long and the esophagus when I was in training it was an incision that was went around the bottom of the scapular but it was a long probably foot long incision or close to that correct that would then then you'd put in our US device that would spread the ribs and exactly as you say I mean those those were probably some of the most painful incisions that could be made anywhere in the human body no you're absolutely correct in of the traditional what we call for caught of your opening the chest from the side went from basically from spina sternum and spread very large and and I think a lot of operations were probably avoided because the cure started becoming worse than the disease so I think the robot the robotic platform has allowed us to provide therapeutic operations without harming patients so to speak absolutely Paul your you are a little bit younger than doctor conspiring and you probably a lot younger than me and so you he you certainly look a lot younger than doctor despite but it in any event I I wanted to you know you have you have gone through your training in the era of of robotic surgery and it would be great for you to explain to our listeners when during your training you've you first began began using robotic technology and and similar tomorrow's opinion you now do virtually virtually everything with respect to long a sob the guess in other areas with the robot correct yes Sir I mean I think it really in my general surgery residency was obviously the first time we were exposed to it just like we said before is actually really more in the field of colorectal surgery but I was very fortunate to be able to do my fellowship in cardiothoracic at one of the higher volume robotic drastic programs in the country and so really I kind of was brought into it with like a baptism by fire in a way and so we were basically doing the robot for my very first day there until my last case before I left to come up here it's been interesting to see because being trained seeing the you know the Razzie surges as Laurie alluded to that there's been this transition from open to to the rack us Copic which is what doctor Pearson describe just in the chest using the stray instruments at book best being the best sites now the robotics I think that you know as a trainee to have all those to be trained in all forms is nice to have but obviously I feel like the robot has a more advantageous effect for both I would say not just the patient also the surgeon and I think it was it was neat that Kelly major brought up brought up everything when she was describing what is in the operating room she she mentioned the teaching consul in other words there are there are two consoles are two areas with controls analogous to an airplane so both the pilot and the copilot have access and you can decide who was flying the plane at any one time so from the standpoint of teaching the tech teaching the techniques of surgery to someone else in the there probably is not a better platform in in all of surgery right it's exactly the platform you have in in airplanes I me having the experience to take junior residents of physicians the procedures in my training there's always that time as you're doing if you just wish that you could be their hands but the robot you can be their hands because you're basically sharing the same set of hands and so you can sit there and watch them point out things are are you know and then if it any moment that you can either see that something's going the wrong direction are just a little subtlety that you've just would know will make the procedure be better and safer you can take it over with no harm no extra time and just just yeah I think I I think is the probably the best learning platform that I've ever use for anything in my life yeah absolutely Loretta can you can you hear us Loretta is is joining us from her from her home here in Milwaukee and I thank you so much for for spending a little time with us on the on the radio show today can you hear me OK yes I can't maybe you can just describe for us what are your situation what what happened to you and how you ended up meeting Dr Gaspari well I was referred to him by my primary doctor doctor Joanne nor inner and when I went and made an appointment to see doctor Chris Barrie I was just I mean it seems like I just knew him at that feel really comfortable about all and all the questions I was asking him about my situation I had on a mass in my chest they call it the time mom at the time and they were not they were not sure and he assured me that it didn't make sense to do a biopsy because it was going to have to be removed anyway so he tell me I ask them what would you do if it was him or a family member he said is going to have to be removed because they didn't want it to grow to my lan on my heart so I feel comfortable we pick the date and he did it I felt really comfortable with him and everything I asked him he answered as honestly as he could and I and I accepted it was it was a good fit to me well that's nice that's nice of you to say and that's so important right in in five and finding a as a doctor especially a surgeon that that is going to take care of you when when you obviously when you're sleeping under anesthesia Mario what's what's the thigh moma and and why why does that need to be removed where where where is the thigh moma located so the thymus gland lives between your between your heart and your breastbone and it typically is involved in your immune function when you're in utero when you're still yours and then once you're born in as you grow other parts of the body take over that functions of finest gland usually goes away so you don't even see it in some people for whatever reason the thymus gland can stay and then grow into things we call fly moments which are technically along the specter of cancers or they can become find excess or a variety of other problems but they all look the same cat scans MRI eyes they just look like a mass between your breastbone your heart and in general they need to be removed to really make a clear diagnosis especially if they're truth I'm almost because first staging and not to get too technical but the stage you have to look at the entire mass and and whether to caps leader not a capsule so forth so they have to be removed to accurately diagnose and stage them and if if certainly if a if a malignant find mama would be left in place it would not be a good thing that is correct yeah so Loretta what was it like to have robotic surgery I've had several surges in my day but down seventy one but I felt I didn't feel any excessive pain I feel comfortable in the hospital is good I just feel good about it I mean intervention the knowing that my recovery time was going to be quicker than it would have been if they had to go to the chest I feel good I'm I'm moving around good I feel good I listen to my doctors when they tell me what I should and shouldn't do in I think that's important so what what we always we're at the scars on your chest and how do you have just a handful of little puncture site so what what is weird yeah yeah with a doctor conspiring make the incisions on my left side they weigh on my left side and then he explained to me that it would be several small stitches there we're going to be there and that's what they did I have one drain to deal with a bunch of my breasts that they be removed and then I have my stitches removed about a week and a half after my surgery well what we just sell was so happy for you that everything went well and what did the what did the final pathology show I know that whenever something is removed from the human body we usually send it to the pathology department did everything turned out okay on the pathology everything is fine everything is greater than it being a benign time excess of blind benign that's that's wonderful you know Loretta mentioned the Laura thank you so much for for sharing your story with us and and I was intrigued that you mentioned that you had a a drain there and and I think as many of our listeners know the chest cavity has negative pressure right so that we can expand our lungs Paul maybe you can comment on when you operate on the chest did you always have to leave a two been there to get the error out how what what can people expect when if they were to have a robotic procedure on their chest I think and the first thing obviously is what organ are we going to be operating on I think you know we actually you know doctors far and I discussed this about you know what is the limits of what we should do all the time with the surgeries and I think for the standard leave you're gonna come in to have any type of long surgery which is probably the most common thing you do it right surgery on the long correct I think you should expect to at least have some drain coming out your chest at least overnight you know the long is a very soft and very delicate organ and sometimes it takes a little longer for it to heal up and you know to really we use it more to protect you from having little league so where the air comes out of your long but you know in cases like you know Loretta as I mean you we we can leave it in some people leave in for few hours over not but typically no more that overnight you know and obviously depending on the extent of your disease or a for doing a simple you know pull it out you know you know a lymph node or ectopic parathyroid eve and sometimes you don't even need to leave a drain.
"lynskey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"My colleague from Georgia the talks about how Democrats trying to make residents the Lynskey look weak well I tell you that brings to mind the picture of president trump and president so Lynskey meeting in New York in September at the you in and it president trump little chair for the president's Lynskey six foot four president trump five foot eleven trump is too tall you see another reason to impeach him strong his salt shaker of the table this week at the White House was bigger than the people around him is pepper shakers well did you see that the media she reported on that he gets two scoops of ice cream whatever else gets one in each you can you really can be too silly with this stuff because it's silly beyond words there's just no sense behind any of this anymore everything about trump triggers lips everything about everything about him the way he talks the way he looks the way he sounds the way he treats it's all just one big trigger situation he's just driving them into these fits of rage all the time with even the slightest even the slightest gesture most off handed comment his chill Greta chill yesterday got soul many lives upset all my gosh that is actually giving and Greta good advice just relax was the movie it's all gonna be okay Lee is the way we should start talking to climate change alarms by the way because telling them to just relax and enjoy their lives will drive them insane they want they want to hear that let's all go conservatives on the Cole brothers fossil fuels like told.
"lynskey" Discussed on KTOK
"With presents Lynskey third investor Bolton that was present let's go on August twenty ninth floor as vice president pens met with presents let's go on September second and fifth on September fifth we have a bipartisan center senator Johnson senator Murphy's our center Murphy meeting with presents a Lynskey and none of those five meetings none did linking dollars security systems dollars to an investigation come up never came up and you would think in the last two you would think in those last two after they knew on August twenty ninth the the political article that they knew the aid was held you would think it would come up in those last two meetings but it didn't come up for fax five meetings have never changed article one in this resolution ignores the truth and ignores the facts and ignored it ignores what happened and what has been laid out for the American people over the last three weeks so I hope this committee will come to its senses but dot the amendment strike article one from the resolution many won't come to its senses doesn't have any sense is to come to it's on a mission once the purge the presidency of a duly elected president that's their mission but it's good that the Republicans keep fighting it's crucial John Radcliffe cut for please I want to run to my good friend congressman Sicilians comments when he said that the president trump's demand can't be explained by corruption because the word corruption is never uttered anywhere in the transcript the problem with is that the Democrats have built this entire fake impeachment scheme around an alleged demands guess what word is not anywhere in the transcript demand no where in that transcript as the president make a demand you know or the word demand came from it came from the whistle blower that's the first time we heard the word the man when he notified the inspector general for the intelligence community he said president trump made a demand he thought he could do that because he thought no one would ever be able to prove because what president would take the unprecedented step of releasing a transcript with a foreign leader this president did something that the whistle blower never expected Mar Radcliffe had five go president trump we keep hearing got caught president trump we keep hearing is obstructing justice the president the took the unprecedented step.
"lynskey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The trip the president trump and presents Lynskey both deny conditionality the transcript shows no quid pro quo Ukraine was not aware of any delay in military aid at the time of the call and the aid was ultimately delivered in the absence of the investigations the Democrats are talking about nothing is changed those four fax but I do wonder if we had had the opportunity to hear witnesses what more what we have learned beyond that if we have been able to call chairmanship as a witness like we had asked maybe we would've learned about his offices contact with the whistle blower maybe we could have asked chairmanship why he felt it appropriate to go engage in some weird theatrical re performance of a transcript that never existed it was just a fake thing that he did in the intelligence committee maybe we could have asked him why he wasn't fully forthcoming about his offices contact with the whistle blower when he was asked about it on national television we could ask chairman shift his reasons for omitting exculpatory evidence in the majority's report and most certainly we would have wanted to ask chairman shift whether it was his decision or someone else's decision to publish correspondence and communications between the president's personal lawyer and others journalists and even a member of Congress we can also learn a lot probably from a whistle blower we could have learned about who the multiple sources were that they spoke to and whether or not the information was accurate whether or not it was reliable and verifiable we could have asked the whistle blower wine the out reach to chairmanships staff in this particular way whether or not it was truly a sincere concern or the result of some political bias we could ask the whistle blower about potential contacts with presidential campaigns we could have asked now your a lot of questions to she was on our witness list we probably would want to know from now your how is it that one of the top people at the department of justice can have a spouse the goes in moon lights for people trying to dig up dirt on a presidential campaign and then see that very dirt shuttled into the department of justice injected into the bloodstream of our intelligence community and then used as an illegitimate basis to go and spy on American citizens we probably would have asked no your which Ukrainian legislators she was talking to to dig up dirt on the president what was on the thumb drive that she gave to her husband we what we would have had a lot of questions for Alexandra chalupa Alexander chalupa was the intermediary between the DNC and elements of of the Ukrainian government there were working against president trump we could have asked Alexander Chiluba whose idea at the DNC was it to have a specific operative assigned to the Ukraine to impair our elections whose idea was that who funded it was at some specific donor was it some elected official there was out there trying to bring Ukraine into our elections we could have asked Alexander Chiluba who after you craning embassy were you talking to what elements of the Ukrainian government were engaged in trying to see president trump to feed it I mean we already saw Ukraine engaging in our elections in plain view when you have the ambassador from from Ukraine writing off that's criticizing the president animating the president's legitimate concern that Hey maybe we ought to ask a few questions of these folks maybe we ought to verify that so Lynskey is the real deal that he in fact turned out to be I don't know that we learned a great deal of these hearings on the fact that the Democrats have been hell bent on impeachment since they first took the majority that they've been unfair in their process they've been unable to evidence accusations against the president with anything other than hearsay and conjecture but I would have liked to have known a lot more and that's why the rules of the house allow it that's why no matter who's in charge the minority gets to call witnesses and bring forth evidence because you know what it's clear to the American people watching that the president did not do something to justify this impeachment but I think we could have done a lot more to fill the president's promise to drain the swamp if we were to actually follow the rules in two years back and for what purposes Mister Richmond seek recognition I move to strike the last word it was a German I start by yielding time too much from carriage men's Democrat of Louisiana doctrine work you don't if you can argue the facts you can't argue the law argue a lot you know in the constitution it has the very language that's in the article and I'd just like to read this where for the zone Lofgren California Democrat warrants impeachment trial and removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor trust or profit under the United States the exact same language that is being complained about this evening with Mr trump was poured into the articles by the Republicans relative to Mister Clinton and I reeled back with thanks thank you to my colleague from California I would just remind because it was brought up by my colleague from Louisiana that this was some extraordinary language designed to go after Donald Trump this committee the Judiciary Committee in the house when an impeached judge Thomas Porteous from Louisiana which my colleague is very aware of and it went over to the Senate and was you voted on unanimously ninety six to zero had the same exact language in it there is nothing extra ordinary about the language in this what is extraordinary is the gymnastics in hurdles that my colleagues on the other side of going through to make sure that they just a whole bunch of stuff at the wall hope that they confuse the American people hope that something sticks my friend on the other side just mention that this president wanted to make sure that this new Ukrainian administration was not corrupt like the last one well he gave the last corrupt administration five hundred and fifty million dollars again what a judge will tell you when you're on a jury is you get to apply common sense and if it doesn't make sense you don't have to believe it so if you get a five hundred and fifty million to an administration you know that what was corrupt what happens between twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen besides you being scared to death of your next political opponents well what the judge will also tell you is that you do not have to take everything that everybody says as fact but in this case let's look at the three witnesses that testified under oath Veneman lieutenant colonel Purple Heart he said it was a meeting next in exchange for an S. investigation into the bonds Simon trump supporter said that it was a quid pro quo bill Taylor west point say that it was crazy to withhold military aid for an investigation all under oath all with the penalty of perjury who do they offer on the other side president trump fourteen thousand four hundred and thirty five lies to date since he's been president not under oath but we should take his word for it then it is so absurd because in a call we know the president's vocabulary we know what he does and what it does not say he may say basically he might say great he might say women a lot but in his ordinary conversation he does not use the words quid pro quo so when he has the conversation after the whistle blower is known to everybody he gets a call first thing out of his mouth I don't want to quit pro quo we come from it came from the fact that you are guilty of the crime that is charged just like a kid who just got caught going into the cookie jar with crimes on his mouth when his mother says what are you doing I don't eat that cookie that's what we call out of the blue the first thing he says is I don't want to quit pro quo I want them to do the right thing no you would not have held up their vital military aid you have to understand that this is a country that is being occupied by his friend Putin and he is holding up the vital aid for them to protect their country because he says it's about corruption but we know from the facts in this case from the three people who testified under oath that all this was about was making sure that he gets an investigation into Joe by why was that important because when you panic you go back to what worked the first time and an investigation where he got to run around the country saying lock her up he figured if he can get another investigation he can run around the country saying lock him up in it might work again with that Mister chairman I yield back German yields back well seeks recognition chairman Mister Mister **** for purposes Mister Chavis agreeing with strict class where Mr lose recognized thank you Mister chairman we had a few can give us a lot of leaves Shabazz Republican behind of fact witnesses but we did get one professor professor Turley who early on in his talk mentioned he didn't vote for the president and none of the other witnesses that either one thing he did say the evidence that you have against him that you're bringing these impeachment charges on is wafer thin wafer thin evidence what's not wafer thin is the partisan resolved by the Democrats at least on this committee to get rid of this president and they've been looking for an excuse to impeach this president for a long time and now they think they've got one but we obviously know he's not going to be removed from office but it's embarrassing and it's a mark and it's really unfortunate because the country really shouldn't be a put through this but I I think one of the things that we ought to do is look at the things that this president has is actually accomplish that they're talking about getting rid of this is a president that successfully grown this economy if you look at the savings accounts and four oh one one K. accounts of so many Americans and so many retirees their office a stock market is no that's not going to go on forever but it's certainly something positive that most Americans can be pleased about there are more Americans now employed than ever before in our nation's history manufacturing jobs which we really used to be hurting in this country work and have been in decline for a long time are now coming back manufacturing jobs are including by hundreds of thousands unemployment as I mentioned fifty year low four million Americans no longer need to rely upon food stamps that's a positive thing retail sales are up we're finally becoming energy independence in fact in the US is now a net natural gas exporter for the first time in sixty.
Putin, Zelenskiy meet for Paris summit on Ukraine conflict
"The leaders of Russia Ukraine France and Germany are reporting some progress in their discussions on the war in eastern Ukraine and peers Eleanor Beardsley reports the leaders talks in Paris broke up late in the night president Vladimir Putin envelope to me is the Lynskey with the leaders of France and Germany mediating agreed to a ceasefire and prisoner exchange before the end of the year plus a withdrawal of forces from three conflict zones and another meeting of the crisis group in four months a clearly nervous the Lynskey speaking through a French interpreter call the meeting long but concrete and a positive first step it was his first meeting with Putin minimums industry some of these social monies from the review as he spoke of the Lynskey exchange several looks with president Emmanuel mackerel seem to encourage him it's the first time the crisis group over Ukraine has met in four years more than thirteen thousand people have died in the conflict between Ukrainian forces and Russian backed
Putin meets with Ukraine leader Zelensky for the first time
"The leaders of Russia and Ukraine meet face to face for the first time during a summit in Paris to de escalate the conflict between the two countries CBS news correspondent Elaine Cobb is in Paris with the latest Russia and Ukraine have agreed to implement a full and comprehensive ceasefire before the end of this year the two sides also agreed to an exchange of prisoners taken during the five years of conflict in eastern Ukraine the disc is shown French president Emmanuel Michael said getting Ukraine's president the other me as a Lynskey and Russian leader Vladimir Putin to sit down together for the first time was a success in itself Alain called CBS news Paris
Putin meets with Ukraine leader Zelensky for the first time
"From NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro the leaders of Russia and Ukraine have just wrapped up talks in Paris it's an attempt to end the war in eastern Ukraine where thirteen thousand people have already died this is the first time you cranes new president Philo demerits Lynskey has met with Vladimir Putin the two leaders talked about the outcome of the meeting in a joint press conference and we're joined now by NPR's leucine Kim who's been watching from Moscow hi Lucy in a R. E. this was supposed to be peace summit in hopes of resolving a five year long conflict between the two countries that were there any breakthroughs no this was largely a confirmation of the status quo of the peace process called the Minsk agreement that started in twenty fourteen this process has been completely frozen for the past three years so in some sense it could be considered progress that the lens can Putin even met the less he said going into this meeting he was looking for a lasting ceasefire along the whole front line and an exchange of all prisoners
Putin sits down for talks with Ukraine leader for first time
"A historic summit takes place today in Paris as the leaders of Russia and Ukraine meet for the first time after five years of war and fourteen thousand lives lost for the first time today Ukrainian president called ms Lynskey will meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to talk peace it's another first to a former KGB agent with decades in power and a former TV comedian turned political novice together negotiating a wars and fourth
Zelenskiy: Allies ‘can’t go blocking’ aid at time of war
"Ukraine's leader is speaking out about the summer phone call that sported impeachment inquiry of president trump asked if there was a connection between the president's decision to block a military aid to Ukraine and the two investigations he asked for a lot of years a Lynskey said he did not speak with the president from a position of quid pro quo he tells time magazine I don't want us to look like a bakers the president later mis characterized that when president came out and said very strongly the president drop that absolutely nothing wrong that should be case over in the interviews Lynskey said it's not about a quid pro quo telling time we are at war if you were our strategic partner then you can't go blocking anything for us soccer mad Donnie Washington
President Trump Says He Did Not Know What Rudy Giuliani Discussed With Ukraine Leader
"Well in a new interview the president is suggesting that he didn't know that Rudy Giuliani was apparently working on his behalf in Ukraine despite evidence that proves otherwise the Giuliani said last Saturday he did not think president trump would throw him under the bus in the Ukraine matter in an interview with conservative commentator bill Reilly here's what the president basically said to repeated questions what was for you Giuliani doing in Ukraine on your behalf when you have to use that to Rudy but Rudy I don't I don't even know where he I know he was going to go to Ukraine and I think you cancel the trip but you're ready as other clients other than me but in the July twenty fifth transcript of Mr trump's cold with Ukraine's will America Lynskey the president repeatedly urges him to talk to Giuliani related to investigations of the bidens and Democrats want Costantini
"lynskey" Discussed on KOMO
"Lynskey must go to a microphone and announce these investigations and that he should want to similarly you told the master tailor that well the president said no quid pro quo unless the Lynskey announce these investigations they would be at a stalemate presumably a stalemate over the military assistance during a reason to question those conversations that Mister Morrison and master tailor took notes about well I think it's tied to my text Mister chairman because in my text I think I said something to the effect that he wants the Lenski to do what he ran on I believe this transparency etcetera etcetera which was my clumsy way of saying he wanted he wanted these announcements to be made I got a master not ask about your text message I'm asking about you relate to a master tailor and Mister Morrison about your conversation with the president the only reason to question their recollection of what you told them all I can say is that I expressed what I told her what the president told me in that text and if I would relate anything other than that was the what was in that tax I don't recall you don't recall I don't recall you have no reason to question a master tailor or Mister Morrison of what they wrote in their notes about your conversation with them could you kindly repeat what they wrote I'll have Mister Goldman go for that with that be great let me get to the very the top line here master silent okay you've testified that the White House meeting the president's Lynskey desperately wanted and that was very important to presence Lansky was it not absolutely you testified that that meeting was condition was a quid pro quo for what.
"lynskey" Discussed on KGO 810
"That means Americans can read for themselves an unremarkable conversation with presidents Lynskey who repeatedly expressed satisfaction with the call after work the Democrats however claim presidents Lynskey was being bribed and therefore he must be lying when he says the call was friendly and pose no problems there's some irony here for weeks we've heard the Democrats bemoaned the damage president trump supposedly costs to the U. S. Ukrainian relations but when the Ukrainian president contradicts their accusations they publicly dismissed him as a live I may be wrong but I'm fairly sure colony friendly foreign president newly elected a liar violates their so called inter agency consensus so overall the Democrats would have you believe president so once he was being blackmailed with a pause on lethal military aid that he didn't even know about the president trump did not mention to him and the diplomats have testified they always assumed would be lifted which it was without the Ukrainians undertaking any of the actions they were supposedly being coerced into doing this process is not serious it's not sober and it is certainly not perform it's an ambitious attack to deprive the American people of the right to elect a president the Democrats don't lie as I mentioned chairman of this committee claims that democracy is under threat if that's true it's not the president who poses a danger are you back I thank the gentleman we're joined this afternoon by a master Kurt Volker and Mister Timothy Morrison **** focus served in the U. S. for service for nearly thirty years working on European and Eurasian political and security issues under five different presidential ministrations during the George W. bush administration he served as the acting director for European and Eurasian affairs and the National Security Council and later as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs the two thousand eight President Bush.
"lynskey" Discussed on KCRW
"Presents Lynskey but yet for other face to face meetings with presents a Lynskey had with senior US officials you had U. S. senators you had a master bold you had vice president pence and in none of those interactions none was there any linkage to security assistance dollars an investigation of charisma or the bidens but what did happen in those fifty five days is people like vice president pence ambassador Bolton's senator Johnson and others in our government all became convinced you know what this new guys Lynskey this former media star this this young guy who just got elected to to as president his party just won a majority in the parliament this guy is the real deal he's worth the risk he's worth the investment let's release the money and they they all advice president trump to do that and guess what on September eleventh that's exactly what the president did so why will you die Leonte or other people why did the president invite guiliani or other people to speak with the Lynskey why did the president demand that the Lynskey go to the microphones so to speak to announce the price a little early damaging investigation into one of his rivals if the president was seeking a bonafide investigation in exchange for the release of aid to Ukraine why did he require that the the once you go to the cameras to do it the the president was not the what the president wanted was he he wanted to know what happened in twenty sixteen and then he said that was not a my guy Rudy why we've got to go through regular it diplomatic channels to do that asking for a formal investigation presents a lot I have who he wants and and and involved in diplomatic concerns are you thinking we've got and as a president to basically get one of his his personal attorney to encourage the investigation of a U. S. at all from all of the man out of a four and all I'm saying is presidents of had mono do diplomatic missions Dave had all kinds of the wind instigated a political rival of a president that I don't know about this seems like a stretch no that that that that's not what happened here but the present was rightly concerned about what happened in twenty sixteen you got you got you got and about the got the investor Vester Charlie the investor from Ukraine to the United States to write an op ed critical of the president on August fourth twenty sixteen right the heart of the campaign you got minister of off of the minister of the interior who is in charge of the police unit that they were not about Ukraine all right said well the third most on trump's fitness for office there's no evidence discuss and went beyond conversations between those industry goes politician has said specifically use that US intelligence community has specifically said that Russia was behind interference of the twenty sixteen election to help us understand why all this thing is presidential palace show with a migraine serving up you always say is present from had a just by concerned that there were you get the Ukrainians were supportive of his opponent not supportive of him as evidenced by the op ed written by the Ukrainian best the United States as evidenced by that the statements made by Mister parties and as an added by the hormone interest is the national interest about Russia and Ukraine being aboard to Russia or is the national interest president trump's personal concerns about the twenty sixteen election which he had already won the national interest is this president who has a not a big it was not a big fan of foreign aid who understands that Ukraine is one the most corrupt countries on the planet in fact the the witness we're going to have tomorrow former vestry bonneted said in Ukraine corruption is not just prevalent it's the system and yet president helped and I let me let me so why not support someone if he agrees with that stance this president who's reluctant whose not a big fan of foreign aid to understand how corrupt Ukraine is in what you're paying countries to do more this president actually released the eight oh by the way this president actually gave you crane something that previous administration did it this is a non javelin see today are busting missile George can testify to yesterday here he was talking to Democrat Jim Hines in your opinion was this a comprehensive in whole of government effort to end corruption in Ukraine referring to the requests in July actually I would not say so no Sir no is the answer there these two officials testified to the idea that they believe that this was about the president's personal interest not about overall corruption in Ukraine there's only one problem ADI didn't happen meaning did it happen do you what when did when did presents Leschi pledge promise or start an investigation into bridge more the bidens tell me when that happened well probably not after the whistle blower revealed what was happening no no I tell me when it happened he said probably not I don't know when what do you tell me what would happen when did that date what when did that occur it sounds like you're saying because the president wasn't so I'm asking you allegedly getting this answer that somehow he didn't do something improper and isn't that the question that Democrats are trying to figure out right now no it didn't happen that's the whole point eight was released in spite of the justified concern about what happened in twenty sixteen when so many high government officials in Ukraine were against the president for Hillary Clinton I want to buy back the president doesn't like foreign aid in spite of the fact that you he wants European countries to do more in spite of the fact that you cringe when those corrupt countries on the planet in spite of all that this present given javelins which present above the didn't do and this present released eight after vice president pence net was Liz he said you know what he's the real deal yeah but we all want to president and that was that's what happened Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan thank you so much for speaking with us we we much appreciated thank you you that thank you you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news the American leather business is having a tough time consumers are increasingly switching to synthetic alternatives and the trade war with China is hitting the industry hard and as dairy is Raphael and Cardiff Garcia of NPR's daily economics podcast the indicator report the sun been weathered may also have a lot to do with America's love of hamburgers weather's been a major industry in the United States since before there even was a thing called the United States the first Tanner set up shop in Jamestown in sixteen sixteen in the nineteen fifties the leather industry employed more than three hundred thousand people today that 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"lynskey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And Ukrainian president's Lynskey allegedly seeking an investigation into vice president sons hunter when he was a board member of the Ukrainian energy firm the nation facing an oncoming cold front same time you get there this warm funding in air a little bit cooler on the backside of the that is a cold front and we see a cold front likely we're going to see at least a little bit of storm activity fox's Adam plots America is listening to fox news Jay is a friend of this radio program as a copy writer production of west are multi media entertainment and protected by the copyright laws in the rebroadcaster used in this program for commercial business economic or financial purposes without the written permission of west are multi media entertainment is strictly prohibited two things first of which they have this big old contest about who can who can type on a touch screen the fast I mean think about yourself when you're sitting there how fast how many words per minute you think you can do well but is there a computer keyboard professionals are seventy five words per minute not from there where there's new research where are thirty seven thousand volunteers more than a hundred fifty countries tested on their phone typing skills those who use one figure type average around twenty nine words per minute on the other hand people use both suited up to thirty eight words per minute not bad now one of those volunteers had eighty five words per minute on their smartphone could you imagine eighty five words per minute group just imagine the.
"lynskey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Lot of mayors Lynskey got a visit in person from Tom Cruise thank you. thank you pays the rent. according to the lan skis office cruises in Ukraine scouting locations for an upcoming film before he was president the Lynskey was a TV and film comedian he told crews how exhausting it is to be president the chairman of the three house committees who have subpoenaed as secretary of state Mike Pompeii say they expect full compliance from the nation's chief diplomat in connection with the impeachment inquiry Pompeii I'll has pushed back on state department employees who have been asked to give depositions on Capitol Hill three house panels that schedule depositions with five correct and former state officials they include Masha Yuvan of it's the former ambassador to Ukraine and Kurt Volker who quit last week as envoy to Ukraine Pompeii says the depositions as scheduled or not feasible tweeting they can only be understood as an attempt to improperly tree distinguish diplomats he is also facing a deadline this week for producing documents related to the committee's investigations of president trump's interactions with Ukraine Sager mag Donnie Washington when he's done for forty nine New Jersey health officials are reporting the first vaping related death in the state the department of health says an adult woman from northern New Jersey died in August they did not release any other details the department says the total number of confirmed and probable cases of lung disease linked to vaping has risen to fourteen in New Jersey with too probable cases one of the probable cases is the death being reported today Wednesday's time for fifty police are investigating after a woman says she was attacked in upper Manhattan's for tryin party joggers on the main road tourists visiting the cloisters then there's a pathway through the woods this is sort of a a less traveled part of the park even though the cloisters is right there that's Mike walk. king is dog jacks on that path not far from where a woman was attacked from behind yesterday and stabbed twice in the neck police say this was a routine she left her office she's an eye doctor and walked up the hill on this way to her car Robert says..
"lynskey" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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