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"mahler" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show
"Let me tell you there is nothing new on the planet. Many of these skills wow distort. Ancient cultures certainly by the ancient bronze certainly in medieval times and many of the skills have only been over the last say fifty six since the Second World War these are lost areas of knowledge and windy. People have them re tweaked when they could they have actual patents to New People Go. Oh I feel released I get this I understand it. I can feel seed the difference and and they love much. It's very rewarding. Welcome to the talent grow. Show where you can get actionable results oriented insight and advice on how to take your leadership communication and people skills to the next level and become the kind of leader people want to follow and now your host and Leadership Development Strategist Elali Sally Growers. This is a treat today. I have a very unusual guests. I think that you're GonNa love her and I think that she's going to show you some things that you might have never thought about. We Talk About Leadership and her coaching of leaders and her unique perspective coming from the world of opera singing and what she understands about nonverbal communication and most specifically vocal communication the way that we use our voice in our breath and how that has a tremendous effect on our ability to be influential into be good leaders. She gives lots of specific examples including that very specific actional tip at the end. So I can't wait for you to listen to my USTRALIAN friend. Dr Louise Mahler and this episode of talent grow show. I'm who Elliot's Lie Your Leadership Development Strategist here at talent grow. So let's dive.
Judge criticizes Barr for "lack of candor" in summaries of Mueller report
"A federal judge's questioning Attorney General Barr's handling of the Mahler reporting court filings Thursday the judge wrote the bar had a lack of candor and claimed bars public comments about the mother report were misleading compared to the findings of the redacted version of the report due to those discrepancies judge Walton said he would be reviewing the unredacted Muller reports to determine if the department of justice's redactions were appropriate a spokesman for bars not spoken publicly about the matter Walton previously lambasted justice department attorneys in a separate lawsuit for what he called disturbing handling of the investigation of former FBI deputy director Andrew
Trump defends lawsuit over NYT op-ed, calling it 'beyond an opinion'
"President trump's reelection campaign is suing The New York Times they accused the newspaper of intentionally publishing a false article related to Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election a lawsuit relates to a March twenty seventh opinion piece that was headlined what the real trump Russia quid pro quo it contended that the trump campaign and Kremlin had an over arching deal to help beat Hillary Clinton for a new pro Russian foreign policy no comment yet from the times in his report former special counsel Robert Muller documented Moscow's campaign of hacking and social media propaganda to boost Mr trump's twenty sixteen candidacy in harm Hillary Clinton's candidacy Mahler found insufficient evidence to show criminal conspiracy between the trump team and Russia but he did not exonerates Mr trump of obstruction of
White House pulls nomination of ex-U.S. attorney to Treasury post
"We've learned the president trump is withdrawing his nomination for former U. S. attorney for DC Jesse Lou to server the treasury department it comes a report tonight from Axios Lou step down from the US attorney's office after the president announced his intention to nominate her as treasury undersecretary for terrorism and financial crimes that was in December lose the district's top prosecutor for more than two years she oversaw highly publicized prosecutions including the cases against Roger stone Michael Flynn Paul man a fort and all other spin offs from the Mahler investigation of former administration official familiar with the situation says this was the president's call tonight Lou found out that the president would be pulling her nomination this
Trump did want to withhold Ukraine aid, John Bolton says, prompting calls for him to testify in impeachment trial
"Former national security adviser John Bolton is neither confirming nor denying a report in this morning's New York times that his new books as president trump did in fact time military aid to Ukraine to that country investigating the bidens is Linda Kenyon Michael sharpening the case for witnesses and documents the call for witnesses has sharpened after New York times report that cited sources familiar with former national security adviser John Bolton's yet to be released book according to the report Bolton who said he would testify if subpoenaed writes that the president sought to tie up three hundred ninety one million dollars in aid to Ukraine to his request for the country's leaders to help with investigations into the Democrats including former vice president Joe Biden and a son hunter Republican senator James Langford appearing on ABC's this week says Democrats shouldn't call witnesses including Bolton they want to move as fast as possible and now they want to slow down the trial as much as possible in the Senate this is a very odd political strategy for them more than a fact finding strategy that prompted democratic senator Doug Jones to tweet the Senate needs to hear from Bolton the American people deserve to hear from Bolton if we can't get bolder let's get a subpoena for the book the defense is picking apart the prosecution's case saying it failed to meet the burden of proof Republican senator Lindsey Graham tells fox news Sunday morning futures he agrees in two hours the Senate the president's defense team destroyed the narrative created in twenty one hours regarding the process and substance house impeachment manager Val Deming's on ABC's this week obviously disagrees they ever that's against the president is overwhelming senator Graham on fox says it wasn't that overwhelming effect he predicts the impeachment trial will backfire on the Democrats he's gonna get acquitted because this is been a railroad job by the house he's going to be stronger after impeachment then he was after Mahler regardless of the outcome Democrats say the American people need to know this was a fair trial and they said the only way to do that is to allow witness testimony and documents is it an uphill fight yes what I say it's likely to happen know what I say there's no chance it will happen now Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer the only thing we're seeking is the truth and the truth means witnesses and documents chief house impeachment manager Adam Schiff on NBC's meet the press says president trump and his team are doing everything possible to prevent that the president's team is pushing out the argument we don't have time to call witnesses we'd really love to have these people test why we just don't have time to do it it would be too inconvenient that's a
Climate Change Threatens the Future of Sports
"Week one of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne is almost in the books. There have already been surprises like cocoa goth knocking out defending champ. Naomi Asaka in the third round and there have been climate challenges to bad air quality because of the wildfires burning across southeastern Australia intense rainstorms. Even a blanket of red dust just from a sandstorm so what is an increasingly warm planet and the unpredictable weather that comes with it mean for tennis and other outdoor Sports Dave Ziren of the nation wrote wrote recently about how climate change is affecting sports. And he's with us now now studios in Washington. DC to talk more about it Davis Iron. Welcome back thanks for joining us. A great to be here so in your piece you describe the extreme dream weather conditions that we've seen at the open as the tip of an iceberg of a melting iceberg. In fact what did you mean by that. Well I meant that. This is an issue that sports needs to reckon with and so far it is not reckoned with it whatsoever. This is a very evocative example. Because it's a grand slam event and people are talking about it but this has been happening for years in sports on a host of smaller Mahler and other fronts like less days to play hockey in Canada. Because they're the rinks aren't solid ice. I mean they're melting rinks. In Canada other instances elect cardiovascular sports intense cardiovascular sports like cycling and like marathoning have been cut short because of heat outdoor skiing Is something that has has had to deal with the idea of having to store snow on heavy snow days because they can't be guaranteed snow throughout the year and that in and of itself leaves a tremendous carbon footprint so on a host host of different fronts. We're in a situation where climate change in sports are colliding you know. Sometimes the international sports entities have dealt with health challenges. It's like this echo virus in during the during the summer Olympics in Brazil. I mean there was open discussion about that. But you you've said that the sports world has really avoided having a conversation about climate climate change. Why do you think that is will because it puts the question of whether or not we should even be playing these sports right now under the microscope like in the context of a warming planet? Are there some sports that we should probably do away with when we're in a situation where it's possible that as many as half of all golf courses could be threatened by rising waters by the the end of this century it raises the question of should we be building more golf courses. Doing is asked to golf. Digest reported on this that of two thousand ninety out of one thousand. Roughly you want out of one thousand. Two hundred Outdoor courses that they looked at half of them are going to be affected by rising waters are sports organizations like Fida in soccer or the. NFL fell the National Football League or the International Olympic Committee. Are they built for talking about big issues like this. That's a great question. There definitely built for starting conversations nations which is what we need to do. I mean these aren't environmental emergency organizations. That can step up and do the kind of work that we need to help a warming planet but they are organizations that can start discussions in these discussions are certainly desperately needed at this point. You're going to see this summer in Tokyo. At the two thousand twenty Olympics they're expecting a rising heat and at the next world a cop which is going to be held in Qatar where it's going to be extremely hot And that's why they moved it to the fall instead of doing it. Over the summers traditionally do precisely because of the rising heat and so in these contacts can be discussions that can be had about how sports should operate. How can sports be more green? How can a sports not leave such an intense carbon footprint imprint think the Australian Open? And what's been happening. There opens the way up for all these discussions before you go. Who Do you think should take the lead here? I mean. Should it be these organizations that are supposed to look out for the interests of the players as well as the integrity of the sport. Do you think it's like the celebrity athletes. This is one of the subjects of your career as Islamic activism. And how how that affects. The athletes lives and careers. I mean this is something you've written about extensively for for many years. Now I mean what do you I think I think we're going to need The top athletes in their sports speaking out and speaking out on behalf of all players in treating it like a workplace safety issue. I think if they're able to do that. It provides an opening for speaking about the environmental impact and talking about the impact on the athletes themselves. I do not think we can trust the league's the higher ups in the leagues which are basically profit machines from actually actually trying to say well. Maybe we can't make as much money but also leave less of a global footprint. It's GonNa take the athletes to step up and make this thing happen. That's Davis Iron. Hey sports writer for worth a nation. That's the Progressive Magazine. He recently wrote about climate change and its impact on sports. Teams aren't thank you so much for talking to
Comparing the impeachment trials of President Clinton and President Trump
"Right now on Capitol Hill ahead of the one PM eastern resumption of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump some Senate Republicans are holding a news conference led by Lindsey Graham South Carolina chair of the Judiciary Committee thank you all very much observations about yesterday it was a long day but that's okay a lot of Americans have long days a couple things I've been involved into impeachment trials this is the second one I just want to make an observation here what the house managers were proposing yesterday is basically destroy the institution of the presidency as we know it make it make it when it comes to the partisan impeachment not have a venue to go to court and litigate privileges at the end of an exercise our prior presence when it comes to Donald Trump willing to destroy the institution of the office in the name of getting him so bottom line the Clinton impeachment was conducted by outside counsel there's not here Ken Starr spent five years investigating the president before we took up the matter in the house the president was allowed to cross examining Ken Starr at the house Judiciary Committee he recommended eleven grounds for impeachment and president Clinton utilize the court's extensively on his behalf Robert Mull was an outside counsel appointed to investigate this press I want the public to note that this president cooperated with Mister Miller he turned over million documents his lawyer testified for thirty hours and after two years of investigation with nineteen lawyers forty F. B. I. agents two thousand subpoenas and five hundred search warrants they decided to take no action they said there was no collusion between the trump campaign and the Russian government when it came to obstruction of justice they did not recommend any action I thought that would be the end of actually introduce legislation to say that Robert Muller cannot be removed accept the call because the president felt like the motor investigation was of which I did not the present was frustrated because he said he did nothing wrong I can understand that but it was important for me to make sure that the country would have somebody to look at these allegations Ross are very serious and I supported Mahler's ability to look any work for a long time and I thought it would be over Mr Shipp said yesterday what they did in the house was just like what we did with Clint that is absolutely untrue from the time they authorized impeachment it took forty eight days not two years with Mahler not five years like Clint the forty eight days the fact finding process was done in the Intel committee now the Judiciary Committee the present was denied the right to cancel the Intel committee and could not request with they spent one day in the Judiciary Committee go back and look at the tapes of how long can start testified before the Senate excuse me the house Judiciary Committee of which I was a far what we've done for the first time in American history isn't Peter president without outside counsel and all in a forty eight day period well here's what struck me the most where the house manager said reason we didn't go to court we don't want to go through the courts is that we can engage in before the election they withdrew from the Cumberland cover of the dead the national security adviser case where the dead the national security adviser what course to tell me what to do judge the house actually withdrew the subpoena because they didn't want the court process to stop the impeachment trial they would have the United States Senate create an impeachment process where the president would not be allowed to go to article three court to argue privileges that have been argued in every other impeachment trial and have been argued by president since George Washington that would destroy the institution of the presidency as we know it what would it do it would allow a handful any three hundred plus million country people all along partisan lines ten PH a president without independent judiciary the before I came here I used to try cases we have a lot of good lawyers in this body all I can say is that when the court date was set and if I showed up and asked for a bunch of subpoenas and documents to be produced on the day of trial that I had not pursued before the trial in any serious way how to get tossed out what do we do yesterday exactly what happened in the Clinton impeachment trial we're going to hear the house's gate the president's response we're going to ask questions then we'll decide among ourselves do we want to know anything yesterday was about eleven hours of them telling us how bad their case was in my view they did not pursue these witnesses because they knew the president what's the judiciary very us and it literally would stop them impeaching him before the election so the only thing I can tell the American people when it comes to replacing those present nine months plus from the election you got an up hill battle with me because I really do believe that the best person group of people to pick a president are the voters not a bunch of partisan politicians senator Lindsey Graham every day we're here doing this is a day were taken away from doing things that really matter so when they say it was like Clinton no when they say the court's really have no place in impeachment that's all going to be done by the house and the Senate without any independent judicial review god help us all center Steve Daines of Montana we had a lot of time last night thank some twelve hours on the floor of the US Senate is the first impeachment trial I've been through senator Graham is the experience that is his prior political life it reminded me of when I went to high school in Bozeman Montana if I turned in a term paper he was half complete my teacher toss it back to me they didn't get it done is incomplete probably give it up and say it's a complete try yeah that's why I felt like we saw last night was an incomplete case I have not done a complete homework you're my enemy what Nancy posted back in two thousand ten on the Obama care is that first we got a pass to find out was it it feels like what happened last night they had a rush this through the house just get over to the Senate we'll find out what's really in try to fix a fair let me remind you remind all of us in two hundred forty four years of history of this great country United States Senate has never remove a president from office never you look at the two trials for presence but we have had in the Senate over the course of our history President Johnson eighteen sixty of course president Clinton nineteen ninety nine what's unique about this impeachment trial versus the other two the other two both had crimes alleged in the impeachment articles president trump does not the other two impeachment trials had bipartisan support coming out of the house president trump impeachment coming out of the house did not first time I've ever seen there were many things that I agreed with with with a German never said last night but he did say some and I hope everybody hurts actually back to the Clinton days was it and I will paraphrase it and god help us if we ever purely partisan basis numbers work back then were wives and I hope you would see them today this is the most hardest impeachment process ever seen a history of this great country no crimes alleged in the trunk articles not bipartisan in a very important final point is if you look for the Democrats are asking United States Senate to do is to remove president trump from office and to bar him from ever holding office again was also unique about this trial versus president when this is done in an election it's really big the fundamental question as well is to the United States Senate the side the two thousand twenty election and overturn a two thousand sixteen election by removing this president from office I put the trust in the voters of this country they should have that say not the nicest
Musical Sleigh Rides
"Hello I'm Naomi. Lewin welcomed the classics for kids. Kids before there were cars. The best way to get around in the winter was by horse drawn sleigh today. We'll take a ride in a sleigh with this month's composer Sergei Prokofiev her copy of copy didn't write the only musical sleigh ride English composer Frederick. Delia is used real. sleigh bells in the orchestra for his sleigh ride a century earlier both comedies. Mozart did the same thing in one of his German dances In the opening of Gustav Mahler's Sports Symphony also features sleigh and. There's a sleigh ride by American composer. Leroy Anderson Composers didn't always use real bells in a musical sleigh ride. Jackie bear. Let the piano do all the work imitating bells and horses in the sleigh ride from his little sweet Sergei PROKOFIEV put a sleigh ride into his lieutenant. TJ sweet it's the section called Troika troika in Russian means three of something and troika also came to mean the team of three horses pulling a sleigh before prokofiev's Troikas sleigh ride gets underway. There's an introduction This gives you time to think of everything you need before you start out. How do you have your scarf? Your mittens a blanket. Have you been to the bathroom and here come the horses. You hear the sleigh bells screen look at various places along the way different instruments chime in imagine them signaling that we're passing something interesting. A fancy house for another sleigh or maybe. We're just talking to fellow travelers. I you hear the French horns talk soon and saxophone together together. Plus some brass. And we're off again lieutenant. Kisha who took this sleigh ride was a fictional Russian soldier from the eighteen hundreds. Can you think of the difference between what he might have seen. And what you would see on a sleigh ride I could you even take a sleigh ride where you live without bumping into a bus or truck. Yikes we just missed them. Yeah One more instrument joins us now along the way. And that's the Piccolo here. It way up high I maybe someone slipped on the ice time to pull the reins and say Whoa to the horses because the ride is almost
"mahler" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Offensive Mahler JJ wanted tore a pectoral muscle in late October but will return I'm really excited about it I mean I'm really really excited you know anytime you away from the game and you get a chance to go back into are you you have so much appreciation so much excitement for and that this is no different I'm so excited to get back out there with my guys to get back out there and try to help the team win what had four sacks and six plus games before going down but receiver will fuller a game time decision at best for Houston with the growing injury and the Texans offense struggled when he's missed time this season after buffalo Houston Tennessee meets New England in Foxboro the winning its playoff quarterback of all time goes for yet another a lot of teams are playing this week so I think you look at this like a great up to do some you love to do which is go play football and you know if you're not looking at like that then you're in the wrong place doesn't matter which we get it is the first week of plastic weekend third weekend fourth weekend the team that wins gonna move on and the team that plays the best of the team that's gonna win Tom Brady's forty two never know this could be his last home playoff game the NFC playoffs are tomorrow the NFL network reports Mike McCarthy interview with the cowboys McCarthy of course the X. Packers coach the bears signed safety Eddie Jackson to a four year extension worth thirty three million dollars guaranteed much more than that if he hits the incentives will be the highest paid safety in the NFL college football there's a bowl game today it's in just a few minutes the armed forces bowl between southern miss and two lane college hoops to Paul hosting Providence Chicago St welcoming Seattle northern visiting buffalo all today and oil welcomes Missouri state tonight bulls hosting Boston this evening the Celtics overcame an early eighteen point deficit to be lonely Atlanta one online one of six last night Blackhawks on the practice ice they get to try it tomorrow the wolves host Iowa this evening with sports at sixteen forty six past each hour on the home of the bears Rick Greg's ready or seven eighty and one five point of M. W. B. M. news time ten eighteen traffic and weather together on the gate sponsored by brand new homes and here's Julie krone starting off with the Edens and if you're coming in bound at U. R. delay free outbound is also delay free candy and bound looking good in twenty minutes so her into downtown up on your heavy Nagel to Harlem there's an accident blocking the two left lanes downtown to Montrose turn up to the airport twenty five Eisenhower inbound slight delay before racing into the burner change thirty two three ninety to downtown and nineteen for men I'm about as clear Stevenson no problems either direction Dan Ryan fifty minutes ninety fifth street to downtown outbound is still a free I fifty seven and the bishop for moving along well no delays on lake shore drive as for the area tollways tristate Jane Addams Ronald Reagan veterans memorial they're all looking good and if you're traveling on I. eighty eastbound you're slow approaching Briggs with debris in the left lane westbound is.
"mahler" Discussed on KNSS
"The same Democrats I'd like to talk about impeachment views of power had no interest in pursuing it whatsoever none the Mahler investigation pursued none of it now we have this FISA report where he can only pursue so much as the inspector general confidential informants was even worse than I multiple FISA applications and extensions for warrants this is essentially what I said based on the articles was a Mister produce and yet they go on and on right wing right wing I don't even know right wing means if you support the constitution you're right winger no I don't think so now by the way according to a new survey on twenty twenty you know twenty twenty new year's resolutions the two top resolutions are reducing that followed by spending less now there are a lot of small steps that can get you there if you're a homeowner who's interested in saving hundreds to even a thousand dollars a month you need to call my friends at American finance their salary based mortgage consultants will discuss mortgage refinance options that can get you out of high interest debt faster and add more money to your budget I like them because they really are in it for you no pressure no obligation no up front fees just custom home loans that meet your goals and your needs including free pre qualification they've currently saving customers up to a thousand dollars a month sometimes more why not.
Feds: Mueller witness conspired to conceal donations
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a witness in the Muller investigation is facing charges of conspiring to conceal campaign donations of fifty three count indictment unsealed in federal court in Washington Tuesday charges eight people with conspiring to conceal the source of more than three point five million dollars in donations to the Hillary Clinton campaign in twenty sixteen Clinton is not identified by name in the court documents but there are repeated references identifying the candidate as a woman among those charged are Ahmad Andy Cole watcher who was a witness and Robert Mahler's investigation and George Nader who's in federal custody on unrelated charges prosecutors allege the contributions were made to gain influence with high level political figures including Clinton
Former FBI lawyer and frequent Trump target Lisa Page speaks out
"Lisa page does the name sounds familiar to you Lisa page Donald Trump brings up her name a lot and that is the reason that she is now speaking out she did an interview for the daily beast recently is the first time she has gone public actually spoken publicly about herself the way the president is treating her and what what happened between those text messages between Lisa page and Peter Strock Lisa pager Peter struck were having an affair Peter straw was an FBI agent he was somebody who was working and she was too she was an FBI it lawyer they were both working on two important investigations will miss the investigations and Hillary Clinton's emails the other was the investigation into Russian meddling in the election and specifically into the potential that members of Donald trump's campaign had been meeting with had been somehow unwillingly or willingly cooperating with Russia in Russian interference into the elections so they were the two two of the people who were involved in this Peter struck ended up on Bob Muller steam later and when Bob Muller got wind of these text messages between these two people he's all right away that this it would raise suspicions of potential bias in the investigation he didn't want that to happen he immediately pushed us struck off of the team so struck was no longer a part of Mahler's
Judge temporarily halts order for ex-White House official to testify
"The legal fight over trump administration claims of immunity for one former official will slow down temporarily as a judge taps the break some against subpoena to appear before impeachment investigators is on hold after DC federal judge issued a temporary stay the pas comes after judge Jackson issued a one hundred twenty page ruling compelling him to testify writing that presents or not kings and the other top administration officials past and present are not immune from cooperating in issuing this day judge Jackson said she needs more time to consider legal issues raised them press one began the former White House counsel days are questions related to obstruction of justice accusations stemming from the Mahler
House lawyer says committee investigating whether Trump lied
"The top lawyer for the house of representatives was in a federal appeals court seeking the release of still secret material from Robert molars Russia investigation host general counsel Douglas letter told the judges lawmakers are investigating whether president trump lied in his written answers to Mahler's questions last month a judge ordered the justice department to turn over the redacted material but the trump administration's appeal this case could wind up before the US Supreme Court Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump's Impeachment Inquiry: How did we get here?
"It started with one whistle blower now less than two months later a full blown impeachment inquiry set to reach a critical phase the first public testimony that will likely shape public perceptions of the investigation and the future of the trump presidency the central questions wasn't an abuse of power for the president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival here at home was he acting to further his own personal and political interests by withholding military aid from a key US ally with all of the rhetoric flying from both sides of the aisle and president trump's own free wheeling defense we wanted to hit the pause button and ask how did we get here the actions taken to date by the president has seriously violated the constitution September twenty fourth house speaker Nancy Pelosi formally opens an impeachment inquiry after a bomb shell whistle blower complaint raised concerns over trump still only phone call with the Ukrainian president for autumn years Lewinski conversation was was perfect my phone call was perfect according to a White House memo detailing that call trump tells the Ukrainian president we do a lot for Ukraine so let's get laid a response we are ready to continue to cooperate for the next steps specifically buying American anti tank missiles trump's response I would like you to do is a favor though he goes on to ask for Lenski to investigate a deep funk theory about the twenty sixteen election and then a second request an investigation into his democratic rival it goes to the core of whether the president views his office to seek political help in his reelection campaign and did so to the detriment of our nation's security house Democrats said they should at least twenty six subpoenas and at least fifteen individuals have appeared before Congress according to witness testimony trumps the man was forced to fight his top advisors including his acting chief of staff and his personal attorney in phone calls and meetings for months among the key testimony so far bill Taylor the top US diplomat in Ukraine who told Congress he was told everything including military aid in a White House meeting was contingent on Ukraine's willingness to launch the investigation trump requested Gordon son one the US ambassador to the U. who in a stunning about face room bar I used his testimony Sonya now saying he told a top Ukranian official Ukraine would likely not receive military aid unless you crane publicly agreed to investigate trumps targets and lieutenant colonel Alexander vin meant a White House national security official who was on that July phone call then men recalled one meeting in particular were senior Ukrainian officials were told they had to investigate the bidens could've been men also testified he was told to hold on military aid came from the White House chief of staff's office in the face of mounting evidence the president has been unrelenting in his defense which is all a hoax Republicans largely closing ranks around the president as Democrats move for work those open hearings will be an opportunity for the American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves to make their own determinations about the credibility of the witnesses but also to learn first hand about the facts of the president's misconduct and joining me now to break this down further is ABC news senior national correspondent Terry Moran and Terry I want to start with these public hearings and who the public will see testify to big witnesses to lead off William Taylor was the acting ambassador in Ukraine and George can a state department official with responsibility over to you gonna get a picture from Kiev from Ukraine and from Washington from two men who were very alarmed about what was going on and that is the end of the at the end of the week Marie on your vitamins who was the ambassador who was pushed out by Rudy Giuliani and others in the administration and Terry really at the heart of this is a federal law that says it would be illegal to accept receive or solicit anything of value from a foreign national in connection with the US election there are those who say the phone transcript itself showed that but now we have this long line of witnesses we do a lot of election lawyers will tell you that the phone transcript does demonstrate that the president violated election law some election lawyers will tell you know because it doesn't have a determinate monetary value and that's a debate in the election law but really this isn't about election what about the constitution and the question does the evidence show that the president abused his power by trying to get a forgot to go after his political rival is that an impeachable offense at the constitution really that I think the Congress and the country's gonna focus in the whistle blower a lot of attention obviously on the whistle blower doesn't sound like that whistle blower will be appearing to think it's important well not from an evidentiary standpoint Adam Schiff the the German intelligence committee said other witnesses in sworn testimony have borne out what the whistle blower complaint says so he's not or she is not necessary in test was probably true from evidence and federal law protects this whistleblower from any kind of retaliation and there is a concern that the inflammatory language might endanger the whistle blower but I cover jury trials for a long time juries like the eyeball witnesses and were talking about overturning a presidential and there will be Americans for whom the impeachment evidence is less persuasive is diminished because we can't see and know the person who started that their motivations and intent and enter and no you covered the click the Clinton impeachment you obviously followed the Nixon impeachment as a little kid but what are the possible outcomes here well the president could be removed from office I think there's some confusion about the word impeachment impeachment is the indictment it is going to go to the floor of the house of representatives almost certainly and it looks as if the present will be pleased to be a trial in the Senate and of sixty seven senators are two thirds of the senators present vote the press will be removed from office but I think ultimately what we're looking at is the final verdict will come from the American people on election day about this conduct about whether or not we want a presidency that goes to other governments for assistance in going after political rivals and that the election day now less than a year away will be the ultimate verdict on all of this thanks as always Terry thanks much so let's bring in democratic representative Jackie spear a member of the intelligence committee which will conduct those public hearings this week thanks so much for joining us let me ask you Robert Mahler's public testimony earlier this year did not galvanize public opinion on the findings of his investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election and while this is obviously a different allegation how do you make a stronger public case this time I think for a number of reasons first of all I'm Bob Miller's report was four hundred pages long I had a lot of legalese this is a very simple straightforward act the president broke the law he went on a telephone call with the president of Ukraine and said I have a favor though and then proceeded to ask for and investigation of his rival and this is a very strong case of bribery because you have an elected official the president are demanding action of a foreign country in this case of and providing something of value which is the investigation and he is withholding aid which is that official act and the constitution is very clear treason bribery or acts of mission and in this case it is is clearly one of those obviously Republicans would disagree with you on a lot of that Republicans sent their list of witnesses they want to call as part of the intelligence committees public impeachment hearings yesterday it included the whistle blower and hunter Biden this is what intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said in a statement last night this inquiry is not and will not serve however as a vehicle to undertake the same sham investigation into the bidens or twenty sixteen and in a letter to Republican shift calling the whistle blowers testimony redundant and unnecessary and would only place their personal safety at grave risk it doesn't sound like the chairman will allow Biden or the whistle blower to testify as the Republicans have requested if you're able to guarantee his or her safety why shouldn't the whistle blower testify well the whistleblower actually provided a document he was third hand we have colonel then men who was actually on the call who will be in a position I think to testify and so you have a much more direct person to speak to about the events and if you have the actual transcript of that the president himself provided it is corroboration so you you have up what we have to prove though is corrupt intent and we prove corrupt intent by showing first of all the money was withheld secondly there was concealment there's concealment by virtue of having that transcript Ford into a special server you have concealment because you have persons within the administration who are prevented from testifying you then go further and you have this diversion by the president by trying to focus on the whistle blower who legally has a right not to be this woman even though even though their battle government even though there may be a legal right are are Terry Moran was just saying it's someone the people might want to hear from for for political benefit is that something you should consider having a whistle blower come forward because Republicans have made such an issue of this I think the Republicans are making an issue of anything that they think will give them some gravitas the only thing that the whistle blower can say is that he was told by other people's about the phone call we have the other people coming forward to actually testify so you have direct evidence not indirect evidence and the whistle blower has great risk associated with his life right now and he also has the right under the law under the whistleblower statute to have his whistle blower complaint filed and for him to be anonymous strongly about whistleblower protection and and and you said the rules driving the impeachment process are very equal and yet chairmanship hand turn down those G. O. P. witnesses and the White House lawyers are not allowed to participate in public hearings before the house intelligence committee how's that very equal well there are other witnesses the Republicans have requested that I would think that the press the chairman is going to make available to testify to Morrison is one Kurt Volker is another we want to stay focused on the crane the call and having hunter Biden come in is unrelated to the Ukraine call and so that becomes irrelevant the whistleblower again has protection as it relates to having the witnesses being questioned by someone within the White House that can in fact happen the president can have a conclusion that he can reach at the end of the actual Judiciary Committee hearing and all we're asking for is that we receive what we are rightly deserving which is the documentation from state department all of which is with been withheld and the primary people like Mulvaney who is the chief of staff who took direct orders from the president of course is using this phony argument of absolute immunity which doesn't exist
Jeff Sessions announces run for Alabama Senate seat
"Former Attorney General Jeff sessions as he is running for his old Senate seat from Alabama and there is Debbie Elliot reports he joins a crowded field vying for the Republican nomination to run against democratic incumbent Doug Jones next year Jeff sessions stepped down as Attorney General last year after falling out of favor with president trump because he recused himself from special counsel Robert Mahler's Russia investigation in a videotaped campaign announcement he addresses had on his rocky relationship with the president
What's next in the impeachment inquiry?
"The inquiry centers on the administration's efforts to pressure Ukraine into investigating twenty twenty political rival Joe Biden and his son hunter in exchange for foreign military aid approved earlier by Congress critics have said the president abuse the power of his office by making the demand but Mr trump and his allies say he was right to demand that an ally address corruption as a condition of receiving the four hundred million dollars in military aid ledge king Washington correspondent at USA today has a look at some key lawmakers to watch as this further on folds ledge first set this up broadly this was a a vote on how to lay out the process going forward all right so I guess part of the credit depending on how you look at it right belongs to the New York congressman who came Jeffries yes he does it is true so he's the caucus chair and one reason we focused on him is because Wall Nancy Pelosi is you know the face of the party in the house and she is the one that essentially launched the inquiry Japanese is the one responsible for sort of hurting the cats and making sure that the party that his caucus is on board there are going to bring about like this down to the floor unless they know it's going to pass so it's Jeffries job to make sure that Democrats stay in line they have the votes we can go forward what's interesting about him is that he's also been mentioned as as close to their parents when she does step down obviously it'll be a lot of jockeying when that happens every year the rising star in the party and and and his job is to make sure that both like this one go the right way for the Democrats very much on the other side of the political spectrum is Ohio Republican Jim Jordan what role as he played in this here you know if you were to watch cable television in the last year or two he is omnipresent pretty much everywhere he's he's a staunch defender of the president very conservative co founder of the house freedom caucus or the ultraconservative group that has just given a lot of the sort of anti spending movement and Congress and very tenacious very Doggett and he is not afraid to take on the other side and and so he is somebody that throughout this whatever happens with impeachment you're gonna hear a lot from Jim Jordan missing with ledge king Washington correspondent at USA today Sir to peace and that'll five key lawmakers to watch as Congress set the ground rules for the trump impeachment inquiry well what do you call Florida congressman Francis Rooney the troubled Republican well Rudy has he's from Naples he's from southwest Florida very Republican area you know he's a former businessman's for businessmen he was a **** at the Vatican under George W. bush he has very much establishment Republican credentials but he's also the parted ways with the Republicans on things like climate change oil drilling and he has said that he is troubled by what he heard about the president in terms of this phone call to Ukraine in terms of other pressure that was exerted he's on foreign relations so he's he's one of the he he's hit someone the committee that is in the closed door hearings happening now that are deposing witnesses so he has first hand knowledge of what these witnesses are saying what he what they have told him about the chi the efforts by the administration the president to pressure Ukraine to dig up dirt on the bidens he said is is not good how does the kind of the loan independent in the house that Justin Ammash from Michigan yeah he's an independent but on this issue he's been very outspoken he thinks that this isn't that what the president did was an impeachable offense actually the mall report is what he points to why you left the party he he raises concerns about Mahler he was essentially ostracized by the party didn't release it didn't feel like the party belong to him or even longer the party anymore so he left I Roddick Lee on July fourth before even the Ukraine issue bottled up he was in the impeachment Cappy is definitely not a Democrat I mean he's a libertarian leaning Michigan congressman but he is somebody that's from on impeachment but at the Democrats should count him to be voting on with them on a lot of other issues thanks let's let's king Washington correspondent at USA
Chilean Startup Algramo Makes Refillable Stuff Affordable
"Business Wars daily is sponsored by SALESFORCE salesforce customer relationship management solution is committed to helping you deliver the personalized experiences that could customers want so they'll keep coming back again and again salesforce bringing companies and customers together visit salesforce DOT COM restored by New Jersey recycling company Tara cycle the idea you can order more than one hundred different products from Haagen Dazs ice cream to Green Valley ranch salad dressing has dropped the empty cartons on your porch and loop will pick it up and sanitize it then it'll refill it with more chocolate salted fudge truffle frozen dessert detergent in bulk they're distributed in vending machines in two thousand Bodega in Chile as the name suggests shoppers purchase by the Graham refilling out and you've got one big problem so muller decided to do something about it six years ago he founded elbow company offers products like rice beans laundry acution according to many observers has a ways to go its biggest obstacle high prices in part due expensive refundable deposits on the Containers Work New Jersey Maryland and Pennsylvania it's also launching in Paris and parts of Canada and plans to expand into Japan great idea but the to be delivered to your door your food and homegoods show up in sleek refillable containers some metal some yes a hearty plastic eat the Haagen Dazs grandma's reusable containers they can purchase a little or a lot the price per weight doesn't change as Fast Company reports and Rfid Code I use packages he was distressed for how expensive these tiny containers work compared to the larger quantities his mother typically bought so he studied the problem the tipping point that is the beginning of big move away from throwaway plastic and toward refillable containers instead in February reported on loop a refillable sir caller dreamed up the idea as scrappy. NBA Student on a tight budget he only had the money to purchase small quantities of assesses like laundry soap that meant buying he was outraged when he learned that small containers seller premiums of thirty to fifty percent over larger packages to Mahler that translated into what he called a poverty exer use them for long periods of time ultimately in a theoretical world zero waste economy loop debuted its new service in May and mid Atlantic states including New York on this Wednesday October twenty third by now we all know that single use plastic is a Gargantuan problem right we do don't we well this may be the year container offers a discount on the next purchase an incentive to keep refilling that bottler jar recently Alabama were attracted the attention of packaged goods wolf products but the company designed it service for an entirely different demographic low income shoppers San diego-based founder and CEO Jose Manuel and a whopping twenty dollars shipping fee this in the age of free shipping well loop can't keep this new milkman like market to itself for much for the next person for you now I'm just kidding what loop is doing is participating in the so-called circular economy in other words the concept that we can return and renew profit ax paid by Chile's poor add to the cost the environmental burden posed by all those little containers which are even more likely to wind up in oceans than bigger ones Unilever which is making ambitious pledges to cut down on its plastic waste with Unilever's help out Graham developed a way to bring the refillable products longer a company called Al Graham oh Spanish four by the grand plans to expand into the US from its home country of Chile like loop at Graham Oh offers refills from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily right into neighborhoods in vending machines mounted on electric tricycles closed-loop ventures a group that funds circular economy initiatives recently invest from Nestle pet foods in a Latin American retail chain the magazine reports the overwhelming problem of plastic waste won't be solved by a single startup of course but when there's rivalry in an entirely new category well that's good news for growth and in this case good news that entrepreneurs are turning their energy toward reuse these two. Innovators has certainly won't be the last should subscribe thanks a bunch I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow
Public opinion shifting in support of impeachment inquiry
"Steve the impeachment bandwagon seems to be a bandwagon seems to be rolling along it do you think the house will impeach this president. probably yes but I'm not sure that because let's be very clear what they've done they started an impeachment inquiry the the the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi is very aware. of the political risks here and very leery of the political risks which are considerable in my view there's a new CBS poll out this morning it's a fifty five percent of Americans favor starting an inquiry but only forty two percent at this point favor impeaching the president that tells me it would be extremely divisive. impeachment at its core as a concept is very radical you have to overturn the results of the previous election abscess why it's never happened in our entire history Richard Nixon probably would have been impeached if he stayed in office but apart from that one example yeah and and and it's much more legitimate much more plausible much more frequent to deny a president the second term at the ballot box you happen to George Bush happen to Jimmy Carter happened Gerald Ford so. I think the democratic leadership is very aware are they going to move slowly here and but one of the reasons why they started the impeachment inquiry yes the the the Ukrainian example seems to be easier to understand easier to explain to the public but I think the real reason as defense of extremely frustrated with good reason by the stonewalling tactics at that by this White House they won't produce documents they won't testify they won't answer questions Democrats strategy is if you put impeachment in front of this inquiry it strengthens your hand to give you a lot more of a serious purpose including with federal judges who in the end they're gonna make a lot of the decisions about whether the produce these documents and I think that's at least they're short to mid term strategy is to use the impeachment inquiry to a nurse evidence that they can then use politically against the president in the campaign next year but Steve if she brings us to the brink of impeachment and then pulls back I mean the the hardcore left in the party is going to be furious with her will they not. yeah I mean that's a real risk and let's remember that the one of the reason one of the many many races Hillary Clinton lost in two thousand and sixteen was the disillusionment of the of the Sanders wing of the party right twenty percent to Bernie Sanders voters did not vote for Hillary Clinton according to a very good academic study they voted for trump they didn't they voted for third parties like the Green Party why they didn't vote at all and if you follow that pattern and dissolution the hardcore left it's gonna make it a lot harder to be Donald Trump the ballot box so she has a lot of choices most of which are. filled with a lot of risk. Steve the democratic talking points here on this impeachment process is trump asks the head of Ukraine do me a favor investigate by that's the simple approach to they want to take how do you see the trump White House countering that I got a hint of it this morning I saw Bernie Kerik on fox he is now calling the whistle blower of Colbert operator who is trying to state part of a coup attempt on this presents a how do you see the trunk White House fighting back here. well I think that that's definitely part of the argument you know trump himself is said I need to confront my will the whistle blower he's he's raised that that that whistle blowers a spy yes said that with the you know he keeps throwing the word treason around so I think they're going to try as they did with Robert Muller to totally discredit the investigation to you know to try to discredit Mahler it's a closet Democrat and and and and a partisan and they're gonna try to do exactly the same thing this is a this is a very clear pattern of trumped trying to discredit of anybody who is an independent fact finder he's done that with the media he's done it with federal judges he's done it with weather forecasters he's right I mean this is a very very clear pattern of anybody who is an independent fact finder trying to deny their legitimacy plus I think by using words like cool and deep state and conspiracy this is all designed to stir up his base his strategy is very clear he's not reaching beyond space if you look at the at the CBS poll thirty six percent of Americans say under no circumstances should trump be impeached that is almost precisely what his bases I've studied it very carefully his face is about thirty seven percent. it doesn't take a mathematical genius to figure out the it's hard to win an election with thirty seven percent of the vote so he's got to get every single one of those votes he's got to maximize the intensity of the turn out that all this talk about conspiracies and deep stated it is so much I at the heart of trump's appeal which is see I told you they're all out to get me they're all out to get you they're all out to get us all right ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts good to have you back with the Steve
U.S. announces asylum deal with Honduras, could send migrants to one of world's most violent nations
"The government of Honduras has become the latest to sign a deal with the trump administration to accept migrants applying for asylum in the US question Mahler and el Salvado who've already signed similar agreements but with Honduras having one of the highest murder rates in the world critics say it just isn't a safe refuge for people fleeing violence in their home countries of Central America correspondent will grants told me one of the agreements were causing controversy the basic idea of these records and others have been reached very similar ones with Guatemala and without sourdough is predicated on an idea if the safe nation now I'm not by any stretch of the imagination say immigrant rights groups could any of those nations be described as safe no particular that's true I think in as they see it in the case of Honduras one of the most violent countries in the world certainly one of them is fine in countries in the Americas matter right he's constantly enough that the top handful of countries in the region extremely big and widespread problem with street gangs amen. in Guatemala and El Salvador they've been subjected to similar deals were how does this this work as a as a bigger picture we need to look at the interests of certain politicians in those nations with reaching an agreement with the trump administration for example the outgoing president Jim more allies is facing a slew of corruption allegations he's always been in conflict with the U. N.'s anti corruption body that's being based in Guatemala now he may well think that it is in his interest to me very closely tied to the trump administration of course he and his administration has nothing to do with it of course this is simply in the interests of a more normalized asylum application process but I think the reality is that this is going to create a loss of extremely difficult situations were already say this waiting Mexico's ski meaning that they're not clocks of migrants sitting in very very dangerous nor the Mexican cities and because an agreement has been reached they will wait that until that time comes to hit their assignment applications the common thread is that the trump administration is looking for ways to our schools the responsibility for having these asylum applicants on that territory before they even get the terror actually they would rather they've gone through certain agreements and situations to give them an automatic right of refusal if you didn't apply in Central America if you didn't ostracized in El Salvador and Guatemala and Honduras well then you're not eligible for asylum in the United
House Judiciary Committee approves guidelines for Trump impeachment hearings
"Back in Washington house Democrats moving forward with an impeachment investigation of the president of the designation poses a threat to our democracy we have an obligation to respond to this thread and we are doing so has house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler after his committee approved the rules governing a possible impeachment joining us now to talk more about that NBC radio national correspondent bills in for good morning bill Hey Joe good morning yeah this is a procedural move but it is a big move by as the Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to approve the guidelines for committee impeachment hearings for president trump so what it does is it enables them give them a little more legal power of the committee can designate certain hearings adds technically impeachment hearings that can empower their staff to question witnesses and it would permit the president council to officially respond to testimony as well so this is like I said a procedural type of boat but still it sets the stage for the next step and Nadler says that by the end of the year they should reach a conclusion on whether to recommend articles of impeachment to the full house of representatives this all has many Democrats including Nancy Pelosi walking a fine line now while she has signed off on the committee's actions she. he has also well been a little bit reluctant to say she wants to go the impeachment route saying that the American public is not ready for that remember almost half of the Democrats in the house of representatives have still not gotten on board with impeachment proceedings a more than half has but that means he still has a rather large block to keep satisfied in the house of representatives well I think what this this this move does it allows them to an almost Democrats don't want to do the impeachment that allows them to do the impeachment while really not doing it well that's correct because they can go through the whole hearing an investigative process that doesn't mean it goes anywhere from here maybe it does but the first hearing is already scheduled to be Corey Lewandowski the former campaign manager who will be a quiz don things like whether he was ordered to tell Jeff sessions to scale back the Mahler investigation so you're right Joe it'll give Democrats a chance to get the facts out there without even going farther down the road but there is a danger if they begin to reveal some facts that get more support for impeachment and they almost may be backed into a corner and may be forced to present these articles of impeachment of a full house and with that at that point less than a year to go to the election that could create some real sticky territory for Democrats very good thank NBC radio national correspond
"mahler" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The Mahler hearing Matt Gaetz Louie Gohmert Jim Jordan Devon Nunez or John Radcliffe they were all stellar but I'm gonna vote for and I am again like I said it known as is this is my is my hero in Congress but I'm voting for Gohmert that I Jim Jordan is leading the pack with thirty one percent reliable by Devin Nunez at twenty eight guy Louie Gohmert at twenty five John reckless at fourteen and met gates at three get a good guy which was really good I mean I maybe baby people around that bathroom break or raw out you know re filling the prescription was on already early in the in the hearings so most people are still trying to get their oatmeal heated I'm sorry as Miller gunned down for his nap yes I think he's ready for the the I think the bride I think they just brought a may nice warm mockup of Bob Bosco eight four four five five hundred forty two forty two people want to talk about this let me know this is a much more amusing but I thought it was I mean when they get and they had nothing has really been accomplished here except that the Democrats of you know what this is like the those ISIS terrorist bombers who kill themselves bought they you know they're they've blown up they blow themselves up working on a suicide bomb is this what the Democrats that that at eight four to themselves eight four four five hundred forty two forty two George you're next with a white car go ahead George yeah you know the interesting thing about this whole situation trading never once said that all those collusion that there wasn't they talked about cook about how bad Russia was but it was all under Obama's watch this all happened before trump even got into office and never I was waiting for someone to say Hey that's great the Russians are terrible they were trying to but what did the Obama administration do during this process when you knew what was happening at this topic yeah you know here's another thing I just thought of Jake George when you were talking about the this happening under Obama where were the where were the famous Talking Heads of CNN MSNBC they Brendan Cooper and call me where are the they seem to be MIAA I think they're in the witness protection program right Dave what they have plenty to say before the before the report came out and all the stuff of gonna specially credit he was everywhere yeah you're absolutely right it in any of these guys there and I'd love to find out you know what did the Obama administration and when did they know it and what exactly did they do other than you know give call me the green light to spy on then candidate trump which to me is the way bigger crime the Russians have been doing this forever I mean I don't respond on their election the right the right you know I forget who asked the question but somebody's aspen Muller today do you have any evidence that any votes were swayed in the twenty sixteen election by anything the Republicans that a course that was one of the questions that he answered by saying it's out of my purview or I can answer that are you know I have not that was not that that was not something we investigated what a trip that's the bottom line Obama said that himself he said it it is an impossibility to steal an American presidential election because just to decentralize there's fifty different states and a guy I'm untold numbers of municipalities counties parishes jurisdictions where the votes are being counted in different ways you can't steal a presidential election but by in a out of a foreign country I mean you may be able to get out steel fraudulent Roger Whitley through three votes like they did in nineteen sixty but not not not a foreign country it's ridiculous marquis is as Obama himself said mark your next with our car go ahead mark Hey how ya you don't got quick links what time do you think they're going to start doing a victory lap all right CNN's that they killed it today these they've already done it the the there's a there's a somebody posted a headline earlier today Mahler's fire re testimony fire rate he set himself on fire maybe that's the only way that could be accurate somebody else I think was us all on.
"mahler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I couldn't believe it when I was watching because I wanted to think the same thing suppress thinking because I thought Mahler they're telling us have the key to the universe and all with them on all things can't be this bad but that's what was happening he gives you said it it almost feels like the time that even though were you what that's how bad it was now well he didn't even know what was in the report I mean they ask about that fusion in a couple other key questions here I I had no idea what you're talking about the guy said it's not a trick question he said this is yeah and you know he was very kind to people he said he didn't say it sarcastically he said no it's all night asking a quick question if this isn't you here's the answer but he and I needed even said sarcastically as some of the others that now so what's obvious now is is Weissman guy who is your is JD said that ruined Arthur Andersen as they hit job and then they put people in jail ruin the company and then Supreme Court overturned it often what is done when they want great company and he obviously wrote this thing this fires from start because they were using Mahler who has a high reputation among media staff which but he doesn't deserve it as I said right in the path Mahler set up the surveillance state or in the nineties he blocked only request for investigations in the computer vote fraud company the counter programs on their secret computer programs and he blocked out in ninety two so he doesn't deserve the skinny destroyed the crime scene at nine eleven whatever you think of the nine eleven story he destroyed the crime scene but shipping so much of it the China right away but anyway you don't deserve a good reputation but he had one so they use him and behind that as he was going into this early dementia Weidman in his thirteen angry Democrats yeah we're looking for thing to get some and they expect the buying something when they didn't find something they now step aside Malik takes the blame and he basically where you years of also known thousands of hours of air time well we couldn't get any information that would help us move the full three Ford with talk to eat up trumps you might say is oxygen and always make it look what he's done for class well the thing they did was they they defuse that does that pathetic white hanky Terry and Paul Ryan aired the Congress and stuff so they won't do anything because he was scared to death of his own shadows this is nothing more than the deep state at work and they used molar they knew that something was wrong with that no question about it but mereka people saw that first tape I guys flabbergasted just how bad how pathetic he was and I think the people with any kind of brain that sitting on the fence now they've got to realize that Donald Trump has done everything in his power to stop the takeover by these rich a lead as the error again and you could say **** love and be has a George Soros he's got ties with the **** party and be a socialist or whatever but these big money guys have been planted to take over the country they control the Democrat party they control while the judges it's unbelievable Hey Jimmy do me a favor there if we get take a break and now what the top of the hour but we got the American Eagle your good buddy the Lone.
"mahler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Mahler said yesterday during my questioning at the intelligence committee that no this was not a one time thing abide by the Russians and that they're probably doing it while we were sitting there yeah so the Chinese so the north Koreans Israel's going to do it because Israel is that's what they spy on us for god sakes I mean we all spy on each other it's very incestuous world we live in Russia is going to do it again Iran will do it so there's going to be a lot of nations that will have their say in this and it's just how do we get forward but remember a lot of what quote unquote was you know well I think we take it too far when they told they talk about the election hacking because no votes were changed nothing was changed what it was was it was submerged it was the slowly but surely we're gonna get in there and we're going to you we're gonna get you guys off talking about certain things we're gonna divide you guys we're gonna make that you know there's already a bit of a division right because it's red blue but we're gonna we're gonna really highlight those things we're gonna really do some stuff that's gonna be crazy and that's a lot of what was both sides got it right the right and the left so what are we gonna do to stop it well first of all we as a group need to understand that Lauren this is what it is we've got to understand what it is we can understand what's going on out there and I'm not and I will continue to tell everybody this as you move forward we get closer and closer you know to first of all going to the primaries with the Democrats and then on to the general election for the for it if you're serious about information you will seek out information to find out if it's true if you're not serious then you don't care right you just gonna go with whatever is that fits the narrative that you want I think too often the not well look no more certain things because I don't want to hear that there's another side to the story that may contradict what's going on out there so that's a lot of what it is as well so it makes it easier to divide something that's already divide three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three ads habits and shows your Twitter between that Esther well love talking to every single one you I find this interesting search for trust tweeting all day about a sec rocky jail still in Sweden and other talking about him and what exactly took place and I do find this to be interesting with the fact that he felt some of this the platinum artist has maintained hardest has he acted in self defense posting video moments before the mailing where you can hear rocky repeatedly told the two young men to back all the two men involved in the street fight with rocky and his crew have criminal records and are not in custody prosecutors now revealing they will come face to face with rocky when they testify at trial yeah so they followed him they got in his face he found.
"mahler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Want to feel bad for Mahler okay he was used by the entire hyper partisan team that apparently was hired by Andrew Weissmann but a lot of to happen you know the end the fact they didn't show up for the interviews the fact that he didn't know about fusion GPS the fact that he just ignored the dirty Russian dossier that we know was leaked prior to the election in twenty sixteen the lies that were told and and leak to conspiracy theorists and hacks that never did their due diligence lead among them Michael is a cough they got David corn that you got you know of course the ever so liberal Washington post leaking thirty dot CA information it's spreading like wildfire trump sex workers urinating bad Moscow rates you know what who knew what when that was the type of crap that was in the dossier and then the dossier get site we find out it's unverifiable a Russian dossier bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the same Ellery Clinton that we know because the evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible violated the espionage act with top secret classified emails on a private server in a bathroom closet that's a clear we have Christian saucy went to jail for a year or six photos violating the espionage act of his working area in the suffering that he shared with nobody a year in jail away from his mom his wife and his kid really is that equal justice in America that equal application of our laws in the United States of America I don't think so and and and really now we're gonna have a situation where you know we're gonna talk about obstruction of justice really okay but we're not going to have an opinion on whether to subpoena the emails that are purposely deleted after they were subpoenaed hang on a second I'll get to that in a second Linda thank you but that subpoena the mails better believe it so Peter the emails that a white clean with acid wash bleach bit where in a bus stop the devices with hammers provide the lawyer sitting right next to but the for the buster upper you know next to Muller today I'm it's unbelievable and we're not doesn't know about man then the dirty dossier used as a war to spy on the trump campaign from transition to bludgeon then president trump two and a half years he doesn't know about fusion GPS and he doesn't know about it and no interest in the Russian dossier that the F. B. I. figured out ninety plus percent of it was false in their own spreadsheets and they knew that early twenty seventeen James call me signs it it's unverifiable but it says on top of the warrant verified now we know why the nine and a half minutes I told your disaster were so bad now we know why he didn't want to testify you know about play this letter it's like a scene from my cousin Vinny Vinny you know how many fingers am I holding up.
"mahler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"NBC is tracking it Mahler has deflected or refuse to answer questions one hundred fifty five times today deflected a refused to answer one of the fifty five times by the way trump tweeted drums on the war path you said it has been reported that Robert Muller is saying he did not apply and interviewed for the job of F. B. I. director with me the day before he was appointed special counsel I hope you didn't say that under oath because we have numerous witnesses to the interview including the vice president now mother didn't say I don't think he knew what he was answering and again I know some of you think that he's taking this this being a doddering old man and I will take that under advisement but I think a lot of stuff he doesn't know what he's being asked at Logan happens fox I hope somebody grabs a hook and gets me out of here before this happens to me what do you what are you shaking your head at in there well I know it would never happen to me but it happens to some people you know I I didn't look but but anyway he was literally Ashley you you didn't apply for the job if we are not I interviewed but are normal well I even though this is out there to prove you know I did not apply and trump says that hell he didn't he did apply he did interview and I turned them down and the next day he takes the special counsel gag and from saying I hope you didn't say this under oath there is an implied threat there that if he said this under oath phenomena produce I'm a produced some some witnesses Graham sound bite what city yeah somebody number two yeah we have here a montage from this morning of Mahler and his answers now some of you might think this is unfair but it isn't we do this with a lot of people we prepare montage is we've done it with Hillary and how she can't remember things this is just a collection of attempts my mother to answer you know series of questions from both Republicans and Democrats we I had the outset came to the president's culpability we needed to we need to we need to go well fed the president was not the president was not as coping actual paid and I would say you I couldn't have the statement would be to that you would not indict a sitting president she's we cannot be indicted I take it let me take that back I I would have to look I would have to check in the end of the week could you repeat that please that went a little fast for me insufficient evidence on pardon you're going to repeat that and I leave it with the report can you repeat the question can you read the last question well I have an egg and can you repeat the question can you repeat the question and I remember cannot remember it that would be I refer you to the report judge outside the purview if you're ever for your report well I just read the report well and I know the owners as well as their parents into pretty accurate pretty accurate as it it's it's in your report I just read it well the minute that yeah right away I just came across a story by an info Babe at salon dot com the headline Robert Maulers reticence and eloquent case for impeaching trump Robert Muller was terse indirect and reluctant that's exactly why Congress must begin an impeachment inquiry not hardly delusion white folks precisely because Mahler wise sold doddering and so out of it and so you'll prepared is the exact reason why we've gotta go forward with impeachment we will take a break here bottom of the hour break coming up and.
"mahler" Discussed on KTRH
"One of the interesting things is that that that Mahler had no idea of the basic principles of justice that I just outlined here Republicans continually hammered him on this very concept that there's no such thing as exoneration that you don't you don't get to investigate somebody for two years and find nothing to charge him with and then get to run around and say you didn't exonerate you don't get to say that and may ask Miller about that and he just seemed clueless this has nothing to do with a report it has nothing to do with areas he can't talk about this is pure well one oh one jurisprudence and he doesn't he he made it look like today he didn't get it didn't understand that he really looked bad to people who know about the structure of the criminal justice system as another thing I found fascinating to did you notice those of you who watched do you notice how many times Mahler seem to not understand when his report was being read doing it's not a good good good given a citation of budget from your report Mister Miller all well I got a the most accurate than others and report wait a minute you're you're you say you don't know what is it what I want to tell you one incident in the reports only I heard even though I can't go outside the network side the my purview as I can get that what is one of the reasons why he didn't understand the stuff as it was read to him because this thing is so horribly written it is written purposefully to confuse this report is Josh reaching with double negatives I don't know about you when I read something or listen to somebody speaking double negatives I have to stop especially when I re I have to stop and restructure the sentence to get rid of one of the double negative so that I understand Mahler has no chance my understanding what's being read back to him for this report because it's filled with double negatives and it's designed to confuse anybody reading it and of course the more negative you can put in the more creation of assumption of guilt that you can get away with which is what the authors of this report purposefully dead now I got to take a break I hate having to courage.
"mahler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"If Mahler is aware that what he has to be aware you just have to be a a complete moron without a brain I mean complete moron to not know the following that the Attorney General is looking at everything regarding the FISA court warrants and the FISA courts back in twenty sixteen which if you do that you go back to October twenty six twenty sixteen when the Obama administration basically told the courts well sorry we know that you reviewed this going back to activities back to twenty eleven but we didn't stop that behavior our bad and it was the closest you'll get to a medical on something we still don't have answers on the point being is that two thousand eleven you have Mister Muller in place right two thousand eleven to two thousand thirteen in that scope of time where the FISA court rebuked the Obama administration four votes in the FISA process violating the rights of American citizens two of those years Muller was FBI director right eight six six ninety run I tips from JJ Keller and associates incorporated on trip planning do you realize how much your truck idols during a year a truck can go through about a gallon of fuel per hour a vitally studies have shown that long haul tractor trailers idle about one thousand eight hundred and thirty hours a year that's a lot of fuel use but drivers know Idoling is essential to regulate the cab for sleeping consider using an auxiliary power unit to increase driver comfort and reduce idle time remember that some jurisdictions around the country have regulations that limit trucks Idoling time fines can reach into the thousands of dollars before heading out on your trip keep an updated list.
"mahler" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"To see the Mahler report, am I he said that was really the last coherent thing that he said well while I certainly thank him for his tremendous service to this country. I just can't imagine myself being in that position going. I'm not going to see this person. Get Justice sore that not happen. I would I guess for me would be. I'm not gonna see my granddaughter walked down the aisle. Or graduate college graduate high school or something? Yeah. I mean, call me old fashioned. This was actually a story. Yeah. Well, here's my question. They write it as if it's a huge number or a significant number of people. I'd like to know exactly how many they found. Well, yeah. To three hundred twenty million people out there. You're going to have two or three that have a thought that maybe outside the mainstream is that news. Right. I would be I might be looking back at my life thinking look at how many great things I was able to see during my lifetime. You know, for me, it would be hair bans, Facebook, Instagram. Let me ask you this. Are there are there as many people did they check to find out if there's elderly people out there that are on the verge of dying or in hospice care that are waiting to see if the inspector general finds anything on Hillary, right? We're those reports being done or if the are they are there are there are people in hospice awaiting to see if President Trump releases and declassified is the department of Justice and FBI texts and emails and the FIS a warrant application to find out whether those in the Obama administration. Spied on the Trump campaign by knowingly using false information and selling it to the Pfizer.
"mahler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"See who else will join us to audit the spending for the mahler invest nations where it actually that reporting language was no longer required but it doesn't mean that we can't ask for it as members of congress and so we're looking into that and looking into that further what are the potential irregularities or violations that you would be sensitive to what there's a large body who says listen if he colluded i want to know about it but beyond that to have some special counsel going on this particular trail or that particular trail it's really not what congress envisioned and it's certainly not what most americans believe we're doing wasn't though set up in broad terms to allow the special counsel to investigate wherever the evidence led him.
"mahler" Discussed on The Jump
"The original lights game john these a lot hugh lots mahler than i thought when i first i was like you left hand dunkin on people okay truth in life presence on that team right very tough new york will do that to you hello i wish i was a little bit smaller i wish i was which i had a girl gets it i wish it was a little bit smaller y'all should was said i wish it was a little bit smaller we should watch detail kobe bryant we'll take you through the intense nba film breakdown session we don't know who the next episode is it's a mystery but you can find out on espn plus and the espn app all right time for jumpol western conference finals preview edition ball we got more likely to take over one of these guys come on these had harder as they go on well well harder capable taking over but their team you said more likely or like i know yes but he was guarding in that game he wasn't really he wasn't guarding a i'm sure steph curry it's gonna be on c p klay thompson all right so let's let's do this much more likely to grop fifty death curry or james heart james leeann they play hero ball yes.
"mahler" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"What do you rate the chances of that happening i you know i think at this point the chances of of well of of of trump firing mahler are remote i think even trump understands that that is the perhaps the only thing that could turn republicans against him rosenstein i think is still hanging by threat and i think that would be a back door way of controlling invest the whether or not the report is released at the end of the day that that the special counsel turns into the justice correct and i think you know every time we think that will donald trump would never do acts you know no president would do axe trump does acts trump says axe trump trump has redefined and i think not in a positive way the range of ways that presidents can express themselves or act so you know yes i think that he will not fire mahler but i still think it's not out of the question that he'll fire them all i mean you know he is not constrained by the norms that other presidents have been and i think that you we need to keep that in mind every time we think about anything trump might do let me ask you about bill clinton and donald trump you know i'm in admirers of clinton as politician as a public official i sense there's a but coming here well i mean the wrote a whole book of you're not you're not famous for your admirations for the clinton.
"mahler" Discussed on WRVA
"Thank you question if trump were to fire mueller i'm not advocating it at all i'm asking how does that create a constitutional crisis what's the constitutional crisis congress has the power to impeach the house does centers the power to remember what is the constitutional crisis exact i'm confused or if muller would replace the replace with another prosecutor what's the problem the problem is folks the democrats and the media love muller because mahler is out to destroy trump that's why that's simple so the constitutional crisis what's the constitutional crisis president has the power to fire him the democrats don't want them to fire the repu don't want him to fire that doesn't make it a constitutional crisis they're just setting up more and more this foundation from peach men impeachment impeachment that's what's going on the democrats would be elated if trump fired muller they keep warning him don't fire muller and then behind this yet please please please they'd be absolutely elated so jeff flake the flake stor but now you see we have to protect muller muller is the victim you see the potential victim of donald trump we know all about donald trump's wife we know all about donald trump's children what do we know about muller's wife and his children nothing somebody threatening muller what do we know about muller's business activities anything.
"mahler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The unique somebody's investigate mahler and the fbi that's been the big thing out of it or not jimmy but i'll i'll try to send anybody out there if you doubt what jimmy saying are you doubt what i'm thinking on some of the stuff with the corruption with the leadership not all the men and women out on the street with the fbi but leadership that's who's corrup kobe and mueller and this goes clear back to when mueller was running the fbi you need somebody to investigate the investigators because that's where the stinking corruption is exactly and trump tweeted out a when they fired the katie said this is a great day for the rank and file at the fbi and that's the way to put it the fbi normal person doesn't be painted by these really these politicized crooks so i would again i would say to trump should say and i think you'd have all his grass roots behind him and and more than half the country it's a i'll give muller three months to come up with substantial and i'm going to give jeff sessions three months to appoint a special prosecutor to go after the clintons and mueller and the investigation and if they don't do it i will fire sessions mueller and rosenstein on the same day and that's what he should do that way he gives them time to do something but then when they don't come up with anything or if they come with some stupid he fires them and let the constitutional crisis began i don't even think three months i think maybe two months max because you got to remember something jimmy according to sean hannity and he's been doing a bang of job him and tucker carlson absolutely abram i mean those oh yeah we'll see.
"mahler" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810
"It's mahler version of the net be paired there it would top youth through it like an aba did talk but it was for allergic reaction is there and alternatives to pepe pen the other than don't see yourself with ben and your own playing for the best it i know so far like the only alternative we had rookie of the year i know tighter had one version of youth and for them so i know that in some places i don't think hello i'm not sure california dudley yet to be honest but i know it's simply you can actually get getty prescription corey violent up an upper in another jack appearing to measuring about doing yourself but then there you know in an allergic reaction year leading on that delay right there as well i don't let's be clear about this when you administer of the drug use jab the surrender the surrender and of a fire right and the need all and jack's this into the muscle tissue when you're children were small how they react of a hold still hold you know was that a prado contests my my son when we had to do with the very first time and what he was nearly a year old and in all honesty i think i mean yeah he cried a new what we had to hold them down be arguably year old that noah was going on mo treat only had good on my older daughter we still holder down to become the initial shock it is it that the painful injection that there's no liga when you look at the alternative but at the same time you just you know you have to do it it's probably one of the period my wife and i have ever had to do yeah we had told them down yet they scream than pain but at the end of the day of the next big with a bruised a little score from the needle and i would it and they were fired and they were ads and they exactly and mlb banned without it he probably would've been there the next day a i wanna thank you for your cole i hope approve also want people to call at this anyone so outraged by the increase in price this is a drug which is available it's useful it saves lives and it should not be growing up in price if anything it should be reduced in price i appreciate your cole fernando thank you very much eight zero eight zero eight ten rub prices are high how to react to this story happy pen why for depth and imagine what it costs i'm john rothman the number to call for one five and zero eight zero eight ten and the when we come back more of your calls but right now because it is nine thirteen it is time to go to a won only lee graham who's going to give us an update on all the latest in traffic highly i john.