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Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:34 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"From a Democrat to an independent. Bloomberg's Joe Matthew just a few moments ago on what this means for the Senate. Well, my goodness, the impact here brings us back a couple of days I need to take back some of the things I told you when I was in Georgia. Remember the whole point here to getting a Raphael Warnock reelected was to get that extra breathing room that 51 49 split in the Senate and it looks like that's going to be going away as soon as it arrives. Bloomberg's Joe Matthew. Brittany griner has returned to the United States nearly ten months after the basketball star's detention in Russia. Moscow's invasion of Ukraine after her arrest complicated matters further, a deal announced Thursday saw grinner exchange for notorious arms dealer Victor boot. Grant is playing landed early this morning in San Antonio, Texas. The January 6th committee is running into a deadline on how it will close out its investigations. Bloomberg said banks to report to this indicated a major move. The committee says it is considering criminal referrals against Donald Trump and his chief of staff Mark Meadows, along with at least three other key allies involved in efforts to overturn the 2020 election. The referrals are being suggested by a subcommittee of the panel and have not been fully approved by the full committee. They also include John eastman Rudy Giuliani and Jeffrey Clark, the referrals are just that. They are not binding to the Department of Justice or any other agency. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, Bloomberg radio. Live from the

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Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:12 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"In Hong Kong, one 28 Friday afternoon here in Sydney. I'm Paul Allen. And I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York. Let's see here. We are less than 12 hours away from the PPI report in the U.S.. Speaking of inflation, producer prices on the mainland in China contracted again in the month of November with PPI falling at a rate of 1.3% that's year on year. Market reaction, well, the Shanghai composite is off about three tenths of 1%, positivity and other jurisdictions will take a closer look. Momentarily here on daybreak, Asia right now, a few of the sours top business stories. Well, as Doug mentioned, we will get that U.S. producer price data in the U.S. that comes out at 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time. Bloomberg's Michael McKee has a preview. We're into a world of base effects with the November producer price index. Because inflation was higher a year ago, the annual rate of wholesale inflation can fall, even if the monthly rate increases, and that's the expectation, a rise in both headline and core inflation for the month, but it dropped to the lowest annual headline inflation since May of last year, and a drop in the core to the lowest since June. That might contribute to an expected rise in the University of Michigan's preliminary consumer sentiment index, a small rise, but still at a depressed level. Investors will be more interested in the survey's inflation expectations indexes, neither one year or 5 year expectations are expected to change as Americans wait for proof prices are slowing rather than forecasts. Michael McKee Bloomberg daybreak Asia, meantime in China we are told that authorities may further soften their stands on a property price policies at a key meeting next week. The story from Bloomberg's David inglis. We're told that Chinese officials may be turning its focus on boosting consumer demand and the property market. Sources say they are planning to play down the significance of this narrative that housing is for a living and not for speculation. That's a phrase that has been used consistently by officials since 2016. This can be seen as a show of the government's determination to curb speculation in the sector. Now we're told that officials will likely declare the change at the annual central economic work conference. This is where upcoming goals and targets and economic growth and budgeting will be discussed the conference will begin on December 15th. David ingles, Asia. In the meantime, we hear China evergrande is planning to meet with dollar bondholders to discuss a debt restructuring proposal. Evergrande's writing against a self imposed deadline to present restructuring proposals by the end of the year, the builders become emblematic of a broader crisis in the property sector. That's where strains spread after a government crackdown from 2020 on excess borrowing. In the past, evergrande has disappointed investors when it failed to deliver a preliminary blueprint that a promised by the end of July, currently they have a grant has $283 billion worth of liabilities. Let's get global news next on daybreak Asia in the states, the January 6th committee is running into a deadline on how it will close out its investigations and today a major move was indicated at Baxter with more from a Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco at yeah, that's right, Doug, the name Donald Trump and criminal charges mentioned in the same sentence the committee is considering criminal referrals against Donald Trump and his chief of staff Mark Meadows, as well as at least three other key allies that include they include Rudy Giuliani as well. Now these are recommendations, they're not legally binding from the DoJ, but criminal charges mentioned in the same sentence as Donald Trump and Mark Meadows. Bloomberg sources are saying that with China moving toward the end of COVID zero or making major moves that way, cases will surge and the predictions are that from our experts are that the death toll may climb over 2 million. It says nothing like or much more than the rest of the world has ever seen. China's president Xi Jinping has put together several deals on his trip to Saudi Arabia, the first on procuring oil from crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. So what does it say about Saudi U.S. relations? Well, the Saudis apparently feel they can have a more predictable supply of weaponry from China and a better relationship. This is Bloomberg's John Luke. Obviously, I think both these countries both Saudi Arabia and China are have an eye for the future. We are sort of at a point of transition, not only in terms of energy, but obviously the global environment, the sort of increasing rivalry between the United States and China, the multi polar world that we're increasingly living in. And I think both countries are looking to the future and trying to plan out or map out how best to go about laying out or building the sort of world they want to see. That Saudi Arabia did turn a cold shoulder to the U.S. in an effort to initiate talks regarding oil production by administration top Asia official Kurt Campbell says elements of China's aggressive wolf warrior diplomacy has clearly been unsuccessful. Campbell says China is now seeking to soften the edges and build a more predictable relationship with the United States. And Brittany griner is on her way home. Prisoner exchange for arms dealer Victor boot, grinder's wife says she is very excited about the return and American Paul Whelan remains in Russia Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Russians treating weyland's case differently than grinders. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right, thanks very much, Ed, coming up we're going to have a good look at markets for you at the moment though. Just broadly speaking, we are higher across all the major markets in the Asia Pacific. Better by 1.3% in Japan. We're seeing a little bit of strength for the offshore yuan as well. 6 95 at 29 against the greenback

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Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:40 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"And Brittany griner is on her way home from Russia. It baxters in the Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco. It. Yeah, she is. She's a due to land at some point of this evening and receive medical treatment as needed. A prisoner exchange where she and a man named Victor boot walked past each other on a tarmac in the UAE. Brittany will soon be back in the arms of her loved ones and she should have been there all along. U.S. president Joe Biden is saying that Paul Whelan was not part of this deal and Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the Russians are treating Paul weyland's case much differently than grinders. They continue to insist on sham charges of espionage and are treating Paul's case differently. As a result, Paul and his loved ones continue to suffer needlessly. And unjustly. So Victor boot, well, he's known as the messenger of death renowned arms dealer. Why did Vladimir Putin pick now to negotiate the release of Britney griner? Well, Mark Esper, former defense secretary on Bloomberg's balance of power today, said possibly to procure some munitions. We know that Vladimir Putin is running out of men, material, ammunition, and weapons. And if somehow, Victor boot has a special skill in the relationships to help get these types of things from other countries such as North Korea, Iran elsewhere, then maybe it helps his technical game plan in Ukraine. The Esper says that, well, it would be good to know that for sure. Bloomberg sources pushing on a story saying that with the end of COVID zero, at least moves that way in China that cases will surge in the death toll may climb over 2 million people. It says nothing like the rest of the world has seen, of course, with the population of China. And China and Saudi Arabia have signed a number of agreements including on energy and investments. China's president Xi Jinping looking to Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and getting a very warm welcome in Riyadh. Bloomberg's John Lew says number one up was energy. President Xi Jinping has expressed a willingness for China to increase its collaboration with Saudi Arabia in terms of energy. So that includes buying more oil from Saudi, but also it includes signing some agreements when it comes to solar when it comes to hydrogen. John says China right now seems to be more predictable partner going into a polarized future, and the house January 6th committee is considering criminal referrals against Donald Trump and his chief of staff Mark Meadows, as well as three other key allies. These are recommendations, not legally binding for the DoJ, but criminal charges nonetheless mentioned in the same sentence criminal charges with Donald Trump and with Mark Meadows. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Doug. Thank you, Ed. Let's get to our guest Raymond Jung is with his chief Greater China economist at ANZ joining from Hong Kong. Thanks for being with us, Raymond. Let's begin with the inflation data for China. This factory gate price data remains in kind of deflationary territory. And I'm curious, yeah, it's maybe can be explained away with a lot of what's been happening in the overall economy on the mainland, given the COVID restrictions, but we know now there's been an abrupt shift. Would you think that this narrative on factory gate prices begins to change pretty abruptly? I think the PPI would continue to have two deflation. Not only because of the domestic situation, China, even though that we know that COVID easing will help some domestic travel or passage to travel to some extent, but the globally the energy price is such a seems to be picking up. So I think on the headline perspective, it's an active 1.3%. Year on year about month on month basis, pretty stable at the moment at the later stage that we know is just .1% positive. I believe that if the global recession is coming and played and probably the PCI we've stayed negative for a while before a full fledged recovery of China, especially for international travel from China And how about the CPI as demand snaps back as restrictions get eased? What's your outlook for inflation in China in 2023? Well, the easing local easing might help a bit and support surface sector recovery, but I'll broad view is that China is still faced with a great deflation unless there's a change in expectation especially for the very core poppy outlook and public price been falling. You look at the today's numbers 1.6% year on year, but actually on a month on month basis, sequentially has been dropping .2 percentage points. So it's still on the deflationary mode. I don't see there's any significant uptake next year unless there's a big change that we Bible of the poppy sector as a puppy price has to be stabilized in order to prevent China from falling into a Japanese technique. Raymond, there was a very interesting piece in The Wall Street Journal today in the U.S. saying that Terry, the founder of Foxconn, reportedly, according to the journal, played a major role in awaiting Beijing to accelerate the dismantling of COVID zero. He basically indicated that if these controls were to continue, they would threaten China's central position in global supply chains and I'm sure other companies in China were expressing the same sentiment. From the lens on the outside, you see the protests you're thinking, maybe the protesters had an impact on changing the narrative there, but maybe it was China Inc helping to get Beijing to wake up and to say, look, unless things were to change, or do change pretty quickly. I mean, there could be dire consequences for the economy. Absolutely. I just impact on Taipei last week, spoke to many Taiwanese manufacturers who have significant production flaxseeds in China. Now what's happened to Foxconn factory, we all know that's a turning point to the whole easing and also to some extent many of the manufacturers are thinking about expanding at least diversifying their production side because of the COVID situation. And Vietnam and Indonesia respond to benefit from this process. But I think that because the supply chain has been well established in China and some of these global manufacturers and contract manufacturers OEM players, they don't really want to shift to other countries immediately so that it's not surprising that they lobby with the Chinese government to ease the COVID policy that's helped what is happening in the past few days. Yeah, that's definitely going to help, but then we have to remember the experience and the rest of the world is reopening has happened. There's been a lot of illness, a lot of absenteeism, and a lot of disruption. So what sort of supply chain upheaval do you anticipate in the narrative? Yes, correct. But I think the Chinese health authorities just state released ten measures actually on Wednesday, but then it's got published yesterday and there's the line of course now is that they regard the latest mutation of virus, not that deadly, and they are separate that, well, perhaps the sick leave for one or two days to get back to normal, even though some of the restrictions do in place, for example, if one team, but then now they change it to the home isolation. Still required. But this will be less disruptive compared with the first half of the year Shanghai and also the latest wave happen in John Doe. And I think that the policy easing, even with the rise in case number, that also may not be counted by the official because people may not report it to the government. By actually help this move and the supply chain disruption and defend this type of risk and distort the global manufacturing activities. Raymond, I was talking earlier about the report that we had yesterday the Dutch officials are planning new controls on exports of chip making equipment to China, perhaps to align them in a way that would be more similar to what we have between the U.S. and China right now in terms of restricting Chinese access to high end technology. And then today, it looks like Xi Jinping, the president is wrapping up a trip to Saudi Arabia. How do you view China's repositioning of itself as a nation within the world now? I mean, do you think we're going to see a fundamental shift? Or are we seeing a fundamental change? Well, remember that the belt and road has been written in the constitution. A couple of years ago, as already the way the line of thought of how Xi Jinping's position in China and the world. Now, of course, it's never be exclusive. China does want to trade with the U.S.

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Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:10 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mark meadows" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"We'll continue to keep you updated on market action as we roll on here on daybreak, Asia. Head Baxter has a global news update Eddie. All right, thank you, Douglas sub Bloomberg sources are saying that China moving toward the end of COVID zero, cases will surge death toll may climb to over 2 million. It says nothing like the rest of the world has seen. Brittany griner on her way home from Russia, prisoner exchange involving an arms dealer named at Victor boot. Paul Whelan and not part of that deal, but the State Department says negotiations continue to get him home. China and Saudi Arabia have signed a number of agreements, including on energy and investments. Bill protects the rights of same sex and interracial marriage has now passed both the U.S. House and Senate. It goes to the president. The Biden administration is saying that China's wolf warrior diplomacy has failed and now seeks a more predictable relationship with the United States and the U.S. FDA has cleared the Pfizer Moderna COVID vaccine boosters for children aged 6 months through 5 years. And the house January 6th committee is considering criminal referrals against Donald Trump and his chief of staff Mark Meadows, as well as at least three other key allies. In San Francisco, I met Baxter this is Bloomberg back to Doug and Kathleen. Thank you so very much. Let's go into a big story. We just mentioned the U.S. Federal Trade Commission is seeking to block Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard joining us now for a whole lot more is Vlad zava. He's the Bloomberg tech editor who has had so much to do with his story. The government seems to be claiming that Microsoft has a history of being anti competitive withholding content and more from its gaming rivals. What is this history they're referring to? Well, it depends on how far back you want to look. I mean, we are familiar with Microsoft's long-term history, two decades ago, Aztec was rising the category as an industry, Microsoft was the antitrust watchdogs, nor was the enemy, but it was the company that everyone fixated on. As Google was a small company, Apple was comparatively small against Windows. Microsoft was the big threat to everybody else. Now, the company itself has worked really, really hard to correct that image. And in recent years, it has been one of the best behaved corporate citizens so to speak in the tech industry. But specifically to the game industry, Microsoft's whole strategy is to build a service that nobody else has, which is the Xbox games pass. It's a subscription service. It's pouring a lot of money into acquiring IP, such as with the Activision Blizzard deal that is the highlights of that strategy. And what competitors like Sony are concerned about specifically Sony is that it's going to be impossible to compete with Microsoft because it is so well resourced and because once it gets passed this investment stage, it will start charging more and more for that service. So you have a device manufacturer Microsoft making the Xbox and a game publisher that has a big footprint, Activision Blizzard seems like a logical marriage FTC saying, hey, it's not only logical, it's anti competitive. How does this get resolved? It's just, hey, you can't do the deal. Does Microsoft have to give in some way that we're not foreseeing right now? What can you tell us about that possibility? It's a good question. I think there may be some creative ideas that nobody has floated yet, such as what you might be intimating, maybe hiding off some of Activision Blizzard's portfolio because the name itself speaks to the fact that it's not just Activision. It's blizzard. There used to be two separate companies. They have vast portfolios. I mean, we're talking about games like World of Warcraft, Diablo, Call of Duty, which is the standout game that is at the heart of all of this. So maybe there is a way to do that. I don't think that there's a lot of appetite on Microsoft's part or on the other side regulators or even Sony's. As far as Sony is because this deal should absolutely not happen because it makes Microsoft way too powerful. And I can see that point of view and from antitrust regulators perspective, they should be looking at the worst case scenario. Not what Microsoft is saying, because what Microsoft has said is, look, we're going to play fair. We're going to distribute this to everyone. They just announced this deal with Nintendo, they will bring Call of Duty to Nintendo platforms for ten years once they close the deal. They committed to do the same with valve steam on PC. So really it's a case of, well, if someone says yes, we will take the same ten year deal, Microsoft extended the same over to them that Nintendo was taken, maybe regulators would be like, well, look, if the industry is fine with it, maybe we can be too, but Sony has shown no signs of doing that. Well, how much games playing goes on in this, these kinds of lawsuits, this kind of telling the FTC, this is going to destroy us, right? Because one can imagine that to a certain extent, it benefits me if I say, oh, Microsoft is so anti competitive. I'll just go under if you allow them to do this because at the very least maybe it slows them down or has some impact that even if it's not that dire and never would be, gives me

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Trump aide Meadows ordered to testify in election probe

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Trump aide Meadows ordered to testify in election probe

"A judge has ordered former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to testify before special grand jury investigating whether then president Trump and his allies illegally try to influence Georgia's 2020 election I'm Ben Thomas with some background Medals attorney has argued executive privilege and other rights shield the former chief of staff from testifying Meadows is a key figure the Fulton county district attorney says in December 2020 Meadows made a surprise visit to Cobb county during an audit of signatures on absentee ballot envelopes Meadows also sent emails to the Justice Department alleging voter fraud in Georgia and elsewhere and passed along to the then president debunked conspiracies that other officials were forced to S.W.A.T. down and he sat in on phone calls with Georgia officials in which Trump pressed them to find enough votes to overturn his loss in the state I'm Ben Thomas

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Ginni Thomas meets with House panel investigating Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Ginni Thomas meets with House panel investigating Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021

"The wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas has appeared voluntarily for an interview with the house panel investigating the capitol riot The extent of Ginny Thomas involvement in the capital attack itself is unclear The committee has tried for months to speak with her to learn about her role in trying to help Donald Trump overturn his election loss Thomas texted with The White House chief of staff Mark Meadows after the election and urged Arizona lawmakers to pick a clean slate of electors after Trump lost the state Her lawyers said Thomas was eager to clear up any misconceptions about her work relating to the election Sagar

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Virginia Thomas agrees to interview with Jan. 6 panel

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Virginia Thomas agrees to interview with Jan. 6 panel

"The wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas has agreed to a voluntary interview with a house panel investigating the January 6th insurrection I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Her attorney says Virginia Thomas is eager to answer the committee's questions to clear up any misconceptions about her work relating to the 2020 election The committee has for months sought an interview with the conservative activists to learn more about her efforts to help former president Trump overturn his election defeat Virginia Thomas contacted lawmakers in Arizona and Wisconsin in the weeks after the election The AP obtained emails in which she urged two Arizona lawmakers to choose a clean slate of electors in quote stand strong in the face of political and media pressure She also texted with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows Ben Thomas Washington

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Frangela on Why True Supporters Keep Getting Duped by Him

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Frangela on Why True Supporters Keep Getting Duped by Him

"Olivia Troy, our friend, said, so basically judge cannon humiliates herself for Trump, and now he's decided he won't cooperate with the special master classic Trump, just ask Mark Meadows or Michael Cohen. What is that bit that is it Chris Rock does about why there isn't mass stabbings because you know? Like you'd see the guy coming, right? Like you'd have to be the stupidest bunch of people in the world for any of these people see what happened to all the people before them, Trump lawyers and Trump loyalists. I want to tell you my mama used to say it all the time. These people don't believe fat meat is greasy. Thank you. I'm telling you. That's exactly it. I'm telling you people just, look, if a person tries to wax upon it twice, they don't try to wax it a third time. That's how it works. Yeah. Yeah. That made us crazy y'all. Yeah, they don't understand.

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Glenn Kirschner Will Risk Trump's Threats to Defend Democracy

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:01 min | 3 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Will Risk Trump's Threats to Defend Democracy

"Started? What are we running for? Let's do this. Yes, when I say I can't run for office because I can't fundraise. I'm not looking to get a rise out of people who are like, will help you. You know, I created a 501c3 nonprofit national homicide families went through the IRS process that was not fun, but we got our approval. And then I went on exactly one fundraising call and it made me want to hurl and I realized I can't ask people for money even for really worthy causes. I was a public servant step for more than 30 years and I never had to ask one person for $1 in order for me to be a public servant. I can't start now by saying I want to run for office and be a public servant. So money, money, money, money, money, not in my DNA, unfortunately. Yeah. Well, that doesn't mean you still can't be appointed. What am I looking for? Oh, attorney general. Yeah. Okay, I'm just saying, that's not running. Okay, you were the, one of the many of us who you tweeted. So Donnie soprano and the boys got together at the bottom being golf club to sort through some problems. I mean, between this Sopranos scene on the golf course with no golfing going on. And this latest threat, he just said, what did he say? I think there's going to be a big trouble if I'm indicted. I mean, how much more explicit a threat of inciting violence could there be? Yeah, it'll be big trouble and boy will it be good trouble. And it's precisely the kind of trouble this country needs. We can not decline to charge somebody for their crime stuff for fear of how that person's associates or supporters will react. If that impacts our decision, who to indict, then the rule of law is truly dead. Let him threaten violence. Let Lindsey Graham threaten that there will be protests and there will be riots fine. Bring it on because some things are worth fighting for like the rule of law and the future of our democracy. Yep, absolutely. Finally, you tweeted our team justice members have been sending me pictures they took while attending Saturday night's event in D.C.. It was such a pleasure and a privilege to get to share the stage with Stephanie Miller and representative Raskin to share the legal issues of the day in our fight for justice. You just posted a clip of you and Jamie Raskin and we were, what I didn't get a chance to watch it yet, 'cause there was so much good stuff that happened. What was that particular exchange? Do you remember? Yeah, so that clip you and I and representative Raskin were talking about basically the deep injustice that's at play in America right now where the people that Donald Trump lied to and used that lie to urge them to attack the capitol. Those people are going to prison because they obey Donald Trump's commands and they fell for his lies. Donald Trump, the person who is most criminally responsible for the capital attack has a teen time later today. That's a deep injustice that needs to be remedied right now because we add on top of that stuff. The classified documents crimes at Mar-a-Lago, Trump had top secret materials national defense information, which is why this is an espionage act crime being investigated. And information about the nuclear capabilities and defenses of foreign countries and he has not been arrested by the Department of Justice for committing all of those most dangerous crimes that undermines the confidence in our federal government and in our rule of law. These things must be made right by the Department of Justice, not rocket science, just good government. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I feel like what happens is we get overwhelmed. I think you and Jamie were talking about that Saturday night that, you know, in all of this new espionage stuff, you're like, Jamie's over there going, wait a minute. What about our crimes? What about the overthrow of the government in January 6th? I mean, and speaking of which, I mean, there are going to be starting again, obviously the J 6 committee wanted to ask you finally, what did you think of a lot of people speculating on what Zoe lofgren meant and also many Thompson, do you feel like they're saying they have recovered the missing Secret Service tax? Yeah, and I don't think they were ever missing in the first place. Let's just say they were, they were perhaps misplaced or mistaken about them all being permanently deleted or purged. So they clearly have lots and lots of text messages now. So the next logical question beyond what do they tell us about what the Secret Service and Mike Pence and Donald Trump and Mark Meadows were doing on January 5th and 6th and 7th. But why did the machinery of the Secret Service and DHS at least the former leadership of DHS try to lie about it and keep them from being viewed by Congress and inferentially the Department of Justice? That is the next investigative lead. They're going to have to follow. All right, you heard him. Starve stage screen. And LA sexy liberal. Go to sex in the world dot com. Thank you, honey. See you next week. Thanks, Seth. Obviously. I love you

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AP source: Meadows complies with Justice Dept. subpoena

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

AP source: Meadows complies with Justice Dept. subpoena

"Hi Mike Gracia reporting an AP source says Mark Meadows has complied with the Justice Department subpoena A person familiar with the matter tells The Associated Press Mark Meadows who served as the final White House chief of staff under president Donald Trump has complied with the Justice Department subpoena and turned over records as part of a federal investigation into the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol and efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election The records Meadows provided to the Justice Department are the same ones he handed over earlier to a House committee investigating the insurrection according to the person who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity The subpoena to Meadows was first reported by CNN This month the Justice Department has focused on the most senior of Trump's White House advisers serving abroad wave of grand jury subpoenas and search warrants Mike Gracia Washington

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Charlie Welcomes Viral Instagrammer Gabriel Finochio AKA Woke Jesus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Welcomes Viral Instagrammer Gabriel Finochio AKA Woke Jesus

"One of my favorite Instagram accounts people text me these images all the time. I actually don't go on Instagram. Is this awesome account about woke Jesus? So what it is is it's kind of a obviously a joke. It's a comedy account that's playing this idea of what would Jesus say if he was woke, the creator is Gabriel finocchio, he's a great American and boy, does he get a lot of people in Christian incorporated upset. Let me just focus on one of them. Let's focus on the last one here. For example, it says, if you promise not to talk about abortion or LGBTQIA, I'll bring celebrities to your church, woke Jesus deal. One of my other favorite ones here is Jesus praying and he says, father, please give me a blue check mark. Designer clothing, endless wealth, celebrity friends, a world where abortion is safe and legal and everybody is vax and LGBTQI ETC. Amen and a woman. Welcome Jesus. Gabe joins us right now. Welcome to the program. Hey Charlie, how are you? Good. I'm doing great. So tell us about this account that you run and then let's talk more broadly about wokeism in American Christianity. Thanks. Yeah, and thanks for having me on. Big fan of your show. Big fan of you. Thank you for what you're doing, what you've done. Thank you. And yeah, you're a hero. I'm not a great American, unfortunately. I'm Canadian. Oh, there you go. I wish I was a great two polite, that's why. Yeah, I just had to correct the record. I did have, I did have loyalist ancestors who unfortunately took land up in Canada during the Revolutionary War. But I'm trying to make amends. And so this is part of reparations. This is part of my, this is part of my repentance representing my family cowardly family lineage who are loyalists during the Revolutionary War. But anyway, so yeah, the woke account was just, you know, everybody's heard of things Jesus never said, right? And, you know, that was a big trend, you know, like a decade ago. But with the woke tidal wave that we experienced in like 2020, you know, I guess I was just, you know, hanging out one night. I think I was making some music with my brother in our studio and I was just like, you know, trying to kill time, really. And then I thought, you know what? Let's do some, let's do some things Jesus never said things, but then we'll just like tag this is woke Jesus, you know, things woke Jesus would say.

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Mark Meadows: It's Time We Turn the Microscope on These Agencies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Mark Meadows: It's Time We Turn the Microscope on These Agencies

"Started this January 6th committee in the way it was founded was awful and terrible. But do you think it's a good idea, Mark, to start a special committee on, let's say, IRS oversight, not just have it be part of oversight, but actually start its own chartered committee to publish a report that doesn't happen very often, right? That happened, I think with Major League Baseball, maybe with after 9 11, JFK assassination, do you think that's a good idea to have a spin off committee to have oversight of these federal bureaucracies? Without a doubt. And I think if the leadership and the Republican side of the house is assuming that they take over or willing to spend the kind of dollars, they can spend a fraction of what's been spent on the January 6th committee and actually make a real impact. But if they're laser focused on the IRS, you know, listen, anybody who sees that they've just passed this and they're going to hire 87,000 new IRS agents. Listen, it's not about just going after the wealthy. It's going after the people that are tuned in right now. And candidly, every single aspect of your life will start to be under a microscope. And so I think it's time that we turn the microscope on these agencies and say that your accountable to the American people and having a committee that does it exactly that.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"One of the things that I think Republicans need to pledge to their voters is starting in January if we take power is a church and pike committee equivalent to oversee the abuse of the IRS, especially and federal law enforcement. I mean, you served in Congress. You know how this works. Talk about what it's like to retake a majority from the Democrats and how we need to act with urgency, but also focus on things that matter because we might have some bandwidth issues. We might not be able to take on every issue. Do you agree that IRS oversight and government overreach is something that this new Republican Congress, if we went back, which I think we will is something we should focus on. Well, I do think we'll win it back. It is not only what we have to focus on, but we have to focus on it in the first 100 days, Charlie. Here's the interesting thing is you don't have a honeymoon period when you take over the midterm and many of the members of Congress that have been serving over the last few years, they've never been in the majority. And so what all of a sudden happens is, is the committee staffs change. You go from having one third of the committee size to having two thirds of the budget for a committee staff. And so sometimes what happens is a Democrat staffer just takes off their hat and puts on a Republican hat. We don't need to be doing that. What we are doing, I know some of the work we're doing is trying to provide good staffers there. But here's you mentioned one other key point. A church commission kind of approach to oversight. Russ votes working on some of those outlines already. We're trying to make sure that the members of Congress have the tools together. But they need two things. They need the tools, but the other thing is they need the courage. If they think they're going to come to Washington, D.C. in the swamp is all of a sudden going to drain by itself. It's never happened before, even Donald Trump when he was working hard to drain the swamp as you and I both know what was happening is he was getting pushback within the administration, they will see that. We're electing some great people. I think it will be a number of people coming in with, I don't know that I see a huge red wave, but I certainly see a red majority and what people want or members that are committed to their constituents back home. I think Charlie, you would agree with me. We don't want them committed to you or me or anything else. We want them committed to the American people. And if they don't represent their district instead of special interests here in Washington, D.C., it'll go well.

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Fmr White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Retaking the Majority

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:34 min | 3 months ago

Fmr White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Retaking the Majority

"One of the things that I think Republicans need to pledge to their voters is starting in January if we take power is a church and pike committee equivalent to oversee the abuse of the IRS, especially and federal law enforcement. I mean, you served in Congress. You know how this works. Talk about what it's like to retake a majority from the Democrats and how we need to act with urgency, but also focus on things that matter because we might have some bandwidth issues. We might not be able to take on every issue. Do you agree that IRS oversight and government overreach is something that this new Republican Congress, if we went back, which I think we will is something we should focus on. Well, I do think we'll win it back. It is not only what we have to focus on, but we have to focus on it in the first 100 days, Charlie. Here's the interesting thing is you don't have a honeymoon period when you take over the midterm and many of the members of Congress that have been serving over the last few years, they've never been in the majority. And so what all of a sudden happens is, is the committee staffs change. You go from having one third of the committee size to having two thirds of the budget for a committee staff. And so sometimes what happens is a Democrat staffer just takes off their hat and puts on a Republican hat. We don't need to be doing that. What we are doing, I know some of the work we're doing is trying to provide good staffers there. But here's you mentioned one other key point. A church commission kind of approach to oversight. Russ votes working on some of those outlines already. We're trying to make sure that the members of Congress have the tools together. But they need two things. They need the tools, but the other thing is they need the courage. If they think they're going to come to Washington, D.C. in the swamp is all of a sudden going to drain by itself. It's never happened before, even Donald Trump when he was working hard to drain the swamp as you and I both know what was happening is he was getting pushback within the administration, they will see that. We're electing some great people. I think it will be a number of people coming in with, I don't know that I see a huge red wave, but I certainly see a red majority and what people want or members that are committed to their constituents back home. I think Charlie, you would agree with me. We don't want them committed to you or me or anything else. We want them committed to the American people. And if they don't represent their district instead of special interests here in Washington, D.C., it'll go well.

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If This Election Is Just About Abortion, There Won't Be a Red Wave

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 months ago

If This Election Is Just About Abortion, There Won't Be a Red Wave

"Are flooding in and you agree that this is one of the most bizarre legislative announcements we've ever seen. And I say that as a 100% pro life unapologetically pro life wanting to end abortion completely and totally accept for the exception of the life of the mother and other medical extenuating circumstances. But why we're introducing a federal bill, 55 days out from an election, while just get kicked down to the states, would do nothing more. Than excite the Democrat base. That's all it does. It's not about abortion. You don't have to vote to even introduce this into committee. And you do this at the most fragile political moment when maga candidates need the most help and I say this again, I just want to reemphasize the pro life credentials because people are going to email us otherwise if I don't do this, if this election is just about abortion, we are not going to have a red wave. They could be partially about life and could be about many other things, but we need a broad based coalition. I said this before, the country is not nearly as pro life as I wish it was. We're going to work on that. We're going to have cultural deals, educational. We're going to push forward. We're going to have to convince people, but we have 55 days. Do you think we're going to convince people on the issue of abortion in 55 days?

Jan. 6 committee requests information from Newt Gingrich

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Jan. 6 committee requests information from Newt Gingrich

"Panel investigating the January 6th insurrection is seeking information from former House speaker Newt Gingrich about his communications with senior advisers to then president Trump in the days leading up to the 2021 attack on the capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a letter to gingrich January 6th committee chairman Benny Thompson requests the former House speaker cooperate voluntarily He says the panel has obtained emails between gingrich and Trump associates about TV ads designed to cast doubt on the 2020 voting repeating and relying on false claims about fraud He says those ads were aired in the days leading up to December 14th 2020 when electors from each state met to cast their votes for president and vice president a time when Georgia election officials were facing intimidation and threats of violence Thompson also writes gingrich appears to have been involved in Trump's scheme to appoint fake collectors emailing chief of staff Mark Meadows about those efforts on the evening of January 6th after

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Lee Smith: FBI & DOJ Want to Stop Russiagate Docs From Going Public

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Lee Smith: FBI & DOJ Want to Stop Russiagate Docs From Going Public

"Lee we know the names of the spies or the pseudo nims in one case for this as return This is not a mystery They wish for you I'm not going to play the euphemisms game the left does and neither are you you know that they spied on him And this is clearly an effort to make that go away I think as the dorm case starts to close in But you just said something really interesting there too That he declassified these publicly I mean he put it out on social media and in his email list that he was declassifying all of these documents before he left office So even the case on thin gruel that you were there to collect classified documents and implying it wasn't a cover up even that case falls apart in court Right They're terrified what they're scared of is There is a John Solomon story last month July saying exactly what happened It's a tragedy actually What happened is DoJ was BSing chief of staff Mark Meadows saying oh we need to check it for privacy act stuff Mister Meadows unfortunately did give it back to the Department of Justice and he said well but I expect you nonetheless to release this properly because the president has the classified them Obviously they haven't released them or we'd see all this stuff What the FBI and DoJ are trying to do this has nothing to do with nuclear secrets It has nothing to do with any of this nonsense They just want to make sure they want to find these documents They want to know if Trump has them because they're terrified of these documents going public That's the whole push here That's what Mar-a-Lago was about to keep these documents from going public

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Andy Ogles: Earning the Edorsement of Trace Adkins

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Andy Ogles: Earning the Edorsement of Trace Adkins

"You've been endorsed by the freedom caucus. I know that Jim Jordan, Scott Perry, who's the chairman of the freedom caucus, Mark Meadows, who helped found it, who was Donald Trump's chief of staff. They've all weighed in already. They're all already helping. You've also been endorsed, I think in one of the, one of the cooler endorsement trace Atkins who doesn't get involved politically a lot, but he stepped up. How did you get trace involved? Well, you know, and we also can't leave out senator Ted Cruz. I mean, here at the end, when we felt that the race might be tightening a little bit, he without hesitation jumped in. He said, look, I need a fighter. We need more fighters like you up here in Congress and it would be an honor to endorse you. And so, but trace Atkins really goes back to COVID. You know, I refuse to comply with the mandates. I refuse to shut my community down. You know, the way I looked at it is if you're a single mom with two kids, your job was essential. If you're a small business owner, you're leasing your savings, your lives on the line, your business is essential and how dare the government. How dare the government tell you that you need to shut down. And so I refuse to comply with any of that nonsense. And because of that, trace had reached out just as a thank you gesture to say, hey, you want to go have dinner. And we started connecting and we had a concert. That first year of COVID, on the square, had over 35,000 people there. Because for me, it was about finding a solution. Look, COVID is real. I had a good friend that died from it, but I was unwilling to just cower and hide under my desk. We had to find a way through it. And that was by trusting people to make good decisions for themselves and not relying on the government to run our lives. Well,

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Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:49 min | 4 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

"Obviously the hubris in this reporting, the Trump is, oh, I'm not concerned witch hunt. It'll be fine. But I mean, this is obviously we know from the two pat subpoenas this week that this has reached into the Oval Office, and obviously there is reporting that Trump's attorneys are counseling him that he may be indicted. So what do you take from all of this? From the latest recording. Three, really important data points, staff one. We saw the Rolling Stone reporting that Donald Trump's legal team is preparing for him to be indicted and this is what I love. This is why Donald Trump's legal team is like the worst legal team imaginable. Except for Alex Jones. Yeah, the good point. They're saying, we are preparing a defense that will be putting it on quote the fall guys. What did we see a couple of days later in last night's CNN reporting? Donald Trump has been counseled to cut off all contact with and not talk to Mark Meadows. The only reasonable inference we can draw from that is Meadows is flipping, right? Maybe he has flipped, maybe he hasn't flipped. That's what you counsel somebody when it comes to, you know, one of your buddies who is now cooperating with the feds do not talk to him anymore. And then the third data point is the pat cipollone subpoena to the grand jury and Steph all testimony is not created equal. Because the J 6 testimony that pat cipollone gave, we all saw it. Some of it on videotape, he wouldn't answer the big questions. He wouldn't talk about what Donald Trump said or did. He wouldn't talk about Trump's crimes. He gets away with that in the January 6th committee because they don't have a way to compel him. They can't test that privilege once he asserts it. When we get witnesses in the grand jury, we can test that privilege. We can overcome it in real time because when pat cipollone and the grand jury says executive privilege, I've done this a hundred times, not with executive privilege, but with attorney client privilege. Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination, spousal privilege. Doctor patient privilege, et cetera we walk over to chief judge barrel howells, chambers, the chief judge of the D.C. federal district court who has supervisory authority over the grand jury, and we litigate it in real time, and she rules, I predict, Joe Biden has an invoked the privilege, so you lose because Donald Trump doesn't get to invoke it. And there's a crime fraud exception. So belt and suspenders, you lose twice. Now, pat cipollone, go back in there and testify

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Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.

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Kash Patel Confirms President Trump Offered up the National Guard

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 4 months ago

Kash Patel Confirms President Trump Offered up the National Guard

"I want to walk through this because the committee has released an audio Of the former acting Secretary of Defense which they are suggesting that no Donald Trump did not authorize or encourage the National Guard to be poised to assist on Capitol Hill What exact day was that meeting that you had and that you were in the Oval Office with the president and with whom else were you in the Oval Office Was that my head of January 3rd or fourth two or three days before the Capitol Hill events of January 6th It was myself as chief of staff of DoD the Secretary of Defense Chris Miller the chief of staff of the president of the United States Mark Meadows the president of the United States and chairman of Jordan chiefs of staff Mark milley And maybe one other person Okay So at least U four and the president Yeah Did the issue of the National Guard come up yes or no Unequivocally yes Who brought up the National Guard The president

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Should We Cover the Jan. 6 Committee Hearings?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Should We Cover the Jan. 6 Committee Hearings?

"In hundreds and hundreds of people are taking part in the poll. We'll give you about 5 more minutes before I make a decision because I am struggling with this. I admit it. 56% are voting no, we should not cover it at all. 44% of you think we should talk about it. So it's pretty divided. We'll decide here in the next couple of minutes. Feel free to take part in the poll, just text poll to 806 5 5 mic or go to Mike online dot com to vote directly because I'm torn Yuri's right. They want us to talk about it. That's what they want. They want to give it an air of legitimacy. There is nothing. Well, I shouldn't say there's nothing legitimate. I'm sure there's some things that are legitimate. We could sit back and naval gays 2020 hindsight should Trump have done something sooner. Oh, yeah, maybe perhaps. Did people urge him to do something sooner? Yeah, it appears that way, Sean Hannity, my friend, over at Fox News, others kill me got in on the act. They were texting Mark Meadows, apparently, okay? There's some merit to some of it, but I know much of it is a lie.

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Hutchinson Asked Trump Officials for Money Before Jan. 6 Testimony

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Hutchinson Asked Trump Officials for Money Before Jan. 6 Testimony

"Now we now know is in dire financial straits. They bring her before the committee. And my question now is, did they coach her? Did they tell her what to say? What promises were made, what promises were given? Were any financial arrangements agreed to before she testified? Because as she testified, miss Hutchinson said at the moment she was horrified, she didn't know what to do on January the 6th. She was telling people in The White House that we had to distance themselves from all of these people and on and on and on and on. That's how she testified that she was horrified by president Trump. And now we know, thanks to the daily caller, they have an exclusive report out that the January 6th committee's key witness Cassidy Hutchinson was in such dire financial straits. She was in she had no attorney. She had no legal representation. That she reached out to the Trump campaign. She sent emails to Trump officials begging for help. She said that she was primarily seeking financial assistance she was in a bind financially. She said I've had difficulty securing a legal team was hoping you may be able to put me in contact with any fundraising organizations and attorneys that are evolved in the process. And again, I don't know how the daily caller got these emails, but they've got the exclusive. She goes on to say my aunt and uncle applied to refinance their house to loosen up some money since I don't have much immediate family, but they were not approved. Multiple senior Trump officials and a person with firsthand knowledge told the daily caller that White House chief of staff Mark Meadows would not answer Hutchinson's calls after she was

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"mark meadows" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:03 min | 6 months ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The misdemeanor crime of contempt of Congress is not an indication that Mark Meadows is in the clear It's an indication that there are policies that the Department of Justice that sort of counsel that you shouldn't indict a chief of staff or deputy chief of staff For defying a congressional subpoena because generally they will have a very robust executive privilege to assert This was a policy institution reason I disagree with it but Mark Meadows was treason central taking those text messages and phone calls You know he was the conduit for all of that to go to the president of the United States so they could continue to craft and refine their plan to kill our democracy Indictments are coming from Mark Meadows and he may very well be cooperating Well yeah First of all speaking of Navarro you said I was always amused that he gave his criminal acute acute nickname to his criminal conduct the Green Bay sweep I've robbed a bank if I label my conduct for Tom Brady accelerated withdrawal I still you know committed a crime Navarro's done Let's hope he flips on Trump Meadows and company What do you think the chances are of that I mean in terms of because you were talking about the judge in his case is not playing Judge you said judge meadow doesn't play He's a strong fear of serious jurist Judge mates picked up this case and judge meta is the one who issued an opinion that said Donald Trump's conduct on January 6th is the very essence of conspiracy Now he said that in the context of the civil case where some capitol police officers and some members of Congress Eric swalwell and others have brought a legal suit a civil suit against Donald Trump for inciting an insurrection But judge meta is clear eyed with respect to Trump's responsibility for all this So the fact that he will be the judge presiding over Navarro's case Navarro is done He is a foolish foolish human being He continues to go on our emails show and confess daily So you know I don't think they need him to cooperate I'm frankly rather see him you know as a federal bureau of prisons guests because I think that's where he belongs because he really he really tried to kill our democracy with his green based suite which was a criminal scheme to overturn the elections results Yeah So obviously the latest what are we talking about The witness list not yet complete right Negotiations could have resulted in the appearances of former Trump administration officials that it could deal a blow to his supporters claims he had nothing to do with the riot So they'd not nail down a full slate of witnesses including the former acting attorney general who was serving right when Bill Barr stepped down So Jeffrey Rosen and he is publicly stated the Justice Department did not find enough fraud to impact the election They're trying to do their negotiating to get him to appear Do you think that's going to happen I think Rosen probably will appear If it were me I don't think I would want to put Bill Barr under oath and put him in front of the American people to testify because I don't trust his word You know when you put a really difficult witness on the stand and that witness kind of begins to spin out of control we actually call that spinning the prosecutor when the witness spins the prosecutor I think Bill Barr is so he's so deeply corrupt and has been since he was the cover up general by William Safire during Iran contra during his first go round as a corrupt attorney general And we invited him back to corrupt the Department of Justice all over again I don't trust him to answer the questions in the way the J 6 committee members expect him to answer the questions It would kind of like being taking a Fox News host and putting him in the witness chair and hoping for the best I don't trust Bill Barr Yeah What about so the head of Trump's Secret Service has already sat down with the House committees and provided as they're saying valuable information How much more do you think we're going to hear about all this What was they were trying to do with Pence and yeah go ahead I speculated stuff that we probably know about 20 or 25% of the evidence that that evidence that's been publicly reported about what was really going on behind closed doors at The White House and I really do think Jamie Raskin is not overselling it when he says it's going to blow the roof off the house I think we're going to be riveted over the course of these 6 hearings and it's disappointing but not surprising that Fox News is not going to carry But I do hope the J 6 committee will also be sort of savvy enough in this day and age to put this stuff out there on every conceivable social media platform where other generations other than us old folk will actually get to see what's unfolding Get it on TikTok get it wherever And I think they're intending to do all that Well I mean I think that's what the big discussion is just finally to get your take on people talking about Watergate but can we have three remember We had three channels Everybody was watching it right And you could go back to other big trials like that You're right Nixon didn't have Fox News didn't have right wing radio What do you expect from this and do you think as you just said it's going to be so big that it will be able to overcome all that This right wing you know universally have now I expect three things I expect that we're going to learn a whole lot that we don't know And it's going to be shocking just how desperate Trump and company were to basically ignore the will of the American voters undermine our constitution and our democracy And install Donald Trump as.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So Mark how could Republicans screw this up? It just looks so good. If it goes wrong, basically the other way the question is, what must we do to make sure this continues and what must we make sure that does not happen if that makes sense? It does make perfect sense. Here's what we need to do is two things. We can't screw it up. And by screw it up, here's how we would do that. All of a sudden think that now because we have polls that are leading our way that we need to somehow moderate. I can tell you I saw this in a race with congressman Dan bishop in North Carolina. He was in the polls. He was actually behind some many of the advisers were saying, you know, distance yourself from Donald Trump. You're in the Charlotte area. And yet that was not who he was. He was actually more of someone who was willing to embrace not only the America first agenda, but all the conservative values that you and I hold dear. And so, you know, I told him I said, you know, it's better that you lose engaged and embracing something that you like and that you believe in. Then it is to pretend like you're somebody else because people will vote for those that are authentic. That's why Donald Trump got elected to be president of the United States. They wanted somebody who was authentic. And so here's the candidates need to be authentic. They need to be transparent. But the other part of it is they need to have a business plan. They can't just show up and think that a good stump speech is going to work it. They've got to actually work a plan. How are they going to do the outreach? They need to do more podcasts, honestly, where you're talking policy, real policy, like you and I do right here where they actually engage. How else can we make sure that it happens is my good friend Jim Jordan has a book, says, do what you said you would do. You know, it's a great book, but it's also a great concept. When you campaign, you actually have to actually work in Washington, D.C. that same way. And we're starting not only to see that from so many House members. But we're also seeing that when you do what you said you would do, the American people were rewarded. Even some Democrats who don't agree with your policy admired the fact that you're willing to say what you believe and act on. I will also add that we have to make sure Republicans do not broker an Amnesty deal this spring. And that's in the book. That's in the cards. I'm hearing it. And that would be a disaster. I mean, it would be the dumbest thing they could possibly do. And also, I want to end with people or emailing us like crazy right now. Freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Mark, what about election integrity? Are we seeing some improvements? What's going on with that? How can we trust that they're not going to do the shenanigans again? Well, we need to still stay engaged. And they're right to be emailing you in a big way. I can tell you that a number of us are working on election integrity. I continue to work on election integrity to make sure that not only does your vote count, but that that ballot is sacred from your hand to the ballot box. And what we've done is, sadly, we've kind of ignored it. We've looked at past elections and we some are encouraging just to move on. We need to make sure there's an audit process that not just for the states that we want to call into question. But for every single state that so when somebody votes that they can make sure that their vote is legitimate and that it counts. And I can tell you there's real progress being made, but we've got a long way to go, Charlie, and the work is not done. So we need to be vigilant leading up to 2022 and 2024 on election day..

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We talked about this last time you were on Mark and I think that might have been before Virginia. I can't remember the timing. What have you seen recently kind of on the ground, grassroots that's giving you hope that this Congress is going to turn over, we could fire Nancy Pelosi and take back the Senate. Listen, I'm gaining more and more bullish each day and it has nothing to do with Kamala Harris's or Joe Biden's sinking poll numbers, although indeed those are welcome barometers of what may have happened. Let me tell you what I'm seeing is a whole lot of buyers are more out there from unaffiliated voters and even Democrat voters who voted for Joe Biden believing that he was going to be able to be a leader. And what they're seeing now on the world stage is not only that he's not a leader here domestically, but he's not a leader internationally as well. When you see what's happening with Russia and China and just the very, very aggressive behavior that we're seeing, that's not the kind of thing that you would have seen with president Trump. Yeah, no kidding. And so what I'm hearing from a lot of people on the front lines is they are optimistic that Republicans can take back control, but they want to really focus on the primary campaigns. Are there any candidates in particular that you and the president are really focused on, especially when it comes to some of these impeachment votes, could talk about some of the endorsements president Trump has made recently? I want to make sure our audience is aware of that. Yeah, so president Trump is staying unbelievably laser focused on making sure that we take back both the Senate and the House. And I think that we will take back both. Obviously, the Senate is a much closer call. You've got to encourage hopefully senator Johnson to run again. You've got to look at Nevada. You've got to look at Arizona, Georgia, but I do believe that we can essentially get one seat additional. Here's the thing is if you look at president Trump and those that have voted either for the January 6 commission or those that have voted for impeachment. And more on the impeachment vote than anything else. They've sent a very clear signal that they are not really for the America first agenda. I know that you've been involved. I know that you from your standpoint and outreach have been trying to make sure that we get those maga candidates there. But the president when he was in whether it's in Washington state or in North Carolina or Florida, if any of the others, what he's doing is he's sending a clear message, not only is he all in personally with his endorsement. But what he is doing is trying to make sure people like you and me are willing to engage and willing to make sure that they have a backbone of steel. You know, and I'm confident in fact very, very confident that speaker Pelosi will have to retire her gavel. That's why you're seeing so many Democrats, you know, senior Democrats. Normally you get one or two senior Democrats. But you've got people that are leading committee. 15 are actually. It's a retiring. And when you see some of the most powerful Democrats here in Washington, D.C. retiring, they see the handwriting on the wall. The American people can't be fooled for too long. And so I think 2022 will be a resounding success much like Virginia and much like the truck driver from New Jersey. Christmas is here, everybody, and you're probably looking for perfect gifts. I know the team behind good ranchers. In fact, I just hung out with them over this last weekend. They're so great. Their phenomenal people. They love the lord. They love their family, they're great people. And you need to get good ranchers because I can tell you right now, you got to support our country, support the good ranchers, and also, I know you got to eat..

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Todd, Andrew and Todd dot com are called Triple H triplet 1172 that's Triple H triplet 1172 and say, hey, I want to talk to Andrew and Todd, Charlie Kirk told me to call. In fact, I just had this unbelievable meeting with them. We talked theology. We talked the church. They're conservative. They're unbelievable. And all you have to do is call them up. Just go to Andrew and Todd dot com called Triple H triplet 1172 that's Triple H triple 8 1172 and say, Andrew or Todd, I would like to speak to you. Charlie Kirk sent me and I'm telling you, you'll probably get them on the phone unless they're traveling or handling some crisis. They take a lot of the phone calls themselves. Great people, Andrew and Todd dot com no more woke banks. Let's work together the crush the back of woke Wall Street and support the good guys Andrew and Todd dot com. With us right now is the author of the chiefs chief, a friend of mine. Chief of staff to president Donald Trump. They call him former chief of staff, but chief of staff in my book, Mark Meadows, Mark, how you doing today? I'm great, Charlie. It's great to be with you. And thank you for always bringing freedom to the American people. It's great to be with you. Of course, and you can come on any time Mark you're a great friend and you do a wonderful job. The book is the chief's chief. Everyone go check it out it's terrific. Mark you made some news this morning. If I'm reading it correctly, I want to hear it in your words because I saw it in some untrusted New York Times thing that you're making a decision not to cooperate with the January 6th committee. Please tell us what's going on. Well, we've been working for weeks, as you know, Charlie trying to find an accommodation so that I could share and talk to the committee about certain non privilege and I want to stress that non privileged information. I've always told the president and Congress that the executive privilege that president Trump has claimed would be honored. It's not mined away quite frankly, it's not Congress is the way either. And so we've been working with them over the last several weeks. It became very apparent over the last couple of days, even after we given them some documents that not only did they plan to continue to ask about areas that should be covered under executive privilege. But then they sent a subpoena unbeknownst to us sent a subpoena to third party telephone provider. Seeking documents, all of my documents on my phone, and we just came to a point where we felt like that our spirit of accommodation was not being reciprocated on an equal fashion. And some of the comments that the committee is made about others, whether they're claiming other witnesses or potential witnesses, and their claims, it sounds like they've already made up their mind on what the outcome will be. And so reluctantly, our council recommended that we don't show up for voluntary interview this week. Well, so just our audience might be wondering what is that, what does that mean then? Will there be a contempt vote, and then also just talk about in your opinion, is this does this have precedent what this committee is trying to do? Well, I don't think this committee, the precedent that is before us is certainly anything that's being embraced by this committee. When we see it, it appears to be more of a partisan how outgoing effort from a partisan standpoint, we know that we've had everyone on the committee has voted for Donald Trump to be impeached. And yet, somehow they're supposedly going to have an open mind as it involves all these other questions coming in. And so I think Charlie, the real tough part of that, what does it mean? We'll have to cross that bridge when we come to it. Will they hold me in contempt? There have been members who have suggested that they will do so. I believe that ultimately, this is something that the courts will will and should have to weigh in on. And certainly when there's a disagreement between parties, the courts have been the proper place to resolve that. So hopefully that will happen here before they take a strong action of contempt. But that's Congress's purview. And honestly, I'm sure having those discussions as we speak. Yeah, and so I suppose the, you know, the issue that a lot of people are trying to work through is what is the check on a committee, potentially that might abuse their power. And that's a question that hasn't always been, you know, kind of sorted out in the courts, at least for my understanding. There was a ruling way back in the 60s if I'm not mistaken around a veterans group around draft dodging and the courts basically ruled that Congress can get whatever it wants. What have the courts decided in regards to this? Because in some ways, this is, this is unprecedented. Well, it is unprecedented. And I think Charlie probably the biggest thing is that with a chief of staff and somebody that is that close to the president. And honestly, those discussions that a president and his chief of staff would have, whether it's me or any other president with any other chief of staff, it would be a real chilling event to think that every new president can waive the executive privilege that came before them. I don't know that really any chief of staff and a president would want to have candid conversations if they're going to be subject to a very broad. And I would stress a very broad congressional subpoena, the subpoena to the third party carrier that I received over the weekend, honestly, didn't have really any balance. It was every communication. Every provider, every person, and obviously there are conversations that even even now I would have with attorneys. And so there are other privileges in both other than just executive privileges. So I think the scope of where they're going as far broader, the good thing is, I'm not an attorney, but I've hired attorneys to look at this and hopefully the court will be glad to weigh in on this. Yeah, I hope so. So also, Mark and again, Mark Meadows is a great new book out. The chief's chief everyone check it out. You've been kind of teasing that Trump might run in 2024. What do you have to share with the audience? You know, I can tell you, I don't speak for the president or his campaign. So this is not official. But if you read the book in the final chapter, I think you only draw one conclusion that I'm expecting another four years of Donald Trump's amazing accomplishments in that I believe that he's going to run. Certainly the things that he's doing would suggest that he's putting together not only the team, but he's putting together really the policy initiatives staying engaged in the debate. I mean, you know what, Charlie, you were just with him over the weekend. Staying in involved in the debate and basically making sure that America and the American people are top priority. And what a change it would be from Joe Biden and what we've been seeing for the last ten months. Yeah, no kidding. And so let's talk about the midterms..

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Call everything Pearl Harbor nowadays. Cut 33 Chuck Schumer compare January 6th, the Pearl Harbor, play cut 33. President Franklin Roosevelt set aside December 7th, 1941 as a day that will live in infamy. Unfortunately, we can now add January 6th, 2021 to that very short list of dates in American history that will live forever in infamy. Bernie Sanders says that the climate war that we're in, we've already experienced Pearl Harbor, climate war, what? Play cut 34. But what I don't agree with you, Chris on is whether or not we have seen. I think you've seen The Bahamas. You've seen Katrina. You've seen drought and floods all over the world. And Steve Cohen said that will January 6th we're under attack just as much. On January 6th, as Pearl Harbor, plight cut 35. January 6th is a day like that. It's a day that should be remembered in America because our democracy was at stake. This was an attack on our democracy as much as Pearl Harbor was an attack on our country. So I guess yeah, next to Fredo Cuomo. He's no longer employed. I suppose the real question here is if the Democrats Schumer Sanders and Cohen are so generously describing everything as Pearl Harbor from what happened on January 6th to climate change, why are they hesitant to call the Chinese coronavirus and epidemiological Pearl Harbor against America? What is it about America that makes them so hesitant or what is it about China makes them so hesitant to try to draw the line when it comes to America? Something that Americans do not want to admit is that we're already in a non kinetic war with China. They're not an adversary. They are not a competitor. They're not a rival. It's not like Alabama versus auburn. It's not like Oklahoma state versus Oklahoma. They're an enemy. They're sworn enemy of America. And they knew that we would react in a very passive way. And part of this, of course, is we have decided in our tone in our language in our posture to become far less, I mean, the politically correct way to say it is strong, but let's just call it what it is. Less masculine and more feminine in the way that we approach geopolitics. And I've said this before, a country can become too masculine. You need a balance of both. You need to balance between bull headedness and a dedication and a focus on a goal and also on patience and hopefully it's a little nuance. For example, a country that becomes too masculine ends up being autocratic, a contra ends up becoming too feminine, ends up being chaotic, ends up being there's no strength at all whatsoever. There's no direction. There is balance is incredibly necessary. And I'm not saying either our pejorative or a negative or a positive, I am saying though, is if we did not have this all out assault on the American male, which has been happening in the last 30 40 years, I wonder if our response to the Chinese Communist Party would be any different. The Chinese coronavirus has killed more Americans than did the combat deaths in every single war. America has ever fought combined now, by the way, I think that the deaths from COVID could have been massively mitigated, not from mask wearing or lockdowns or vaccines, but from vitamin D levels. We did a whole episode on that. You guys should check it out on the Charlie Kirk show. Podcast. Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin. But if you just look at the numbers, 787,000 people have died from the Chinese coronavirus. Yet Steve Cohen and Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, they don't want to call China for what they've done. Imagine for a second, Japan bombs Hawaii and you have a bunch of members of Congress in 1941 and say, hold on a second, we might have deserved it, okay? Some people did something. So the Japanese that it needed oil, we shouldn't have done an embargo against them. Do you see how far we have fallen and how much things have changed? I think this is an 80% issue. I really do. I think 80% deep down people want America to be self sufficient. And I think they want the Chinese Communist Party to suffer for the damage they have done to them. Every story needs a bad guy. Every story needs a villain. And do you notice that we have been telling the Chinese coronavirus story from the CDC, the FDA and The White House without the true ville and the true culprit, this virus came from China. It was created in their laboratory. They lied about it and whether it was unleashed intentionally unintentionally, it's irrelevant. It was an attack on America. Look, we all complain about the woke industrial complex. The woke marxists that are running are schools that are running media. And yes, also running our banks. You see, look, the real estate market, it's red hot. Tyler, he just sold his home and he said Charlie, I've never seen the market so unbelievable. So maybe you want to go buy a home. Maybe they're taking advantage of low interest rates. With all the economic uncertainty, underway, people need to invest in real stuff. So here's a rule of thumb. We here are a solution based show. So if you don't like the woke nonsense, stop using the woke banks. It's that simple. No more Wells Fargo, no more JPMorgan, no more Goldman Sachs, no more, big bank culture. Instead, I have these two great friends, and they do a great job. It's Andrew and Todd, Andrew del Rey and Todd a vacant. They love the lord, they are Christians they are honest. They are straight shooters. And they are on a mission to make sure that you guys can refinance but be told the truth. Look, when I took out mortgages for the properties that I have, it was one of the worst experiences I've ever been through. Yeah, some of the people were very nice, but I could tell you the bank itself was just so bureaucratic and hard to work with. My producer Andrew is working right now with Andrew and Todd to fight against the woke banking culture, and he tells me that their part counselors, part financial counselors, planners, and they're really helping them. So here's the thing. Andrew and Todd are mortgage bankers. They're not brokers. That means Andrew and Todd and their team can take care of your loan personally from start to finish. You'll likely actually talk to Andrew and Todd, yourself. So right now, maybe you're walking or you're like, I want to refinance the home or maybe I'm under the process. Stop it. No more Wells Fargo. They're funding a $1 billion to BLM incorporated drives me nuts. Bank of America shut off a U.S. Senate candidate running who was running and Senate in Delaware just shut off their bank account. Instead, let's support the good guys. I know a lot of you right now say Charlie, I want to support the good guys. Let's do it together, okay? So here's how you do it. Go to Andrew and Todd dot com. That's pretty easy to remember, right? Andrew.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Well, the summer 7th of course was Pearl Harbor, 1941. A day which will live in infamy. The man overseeing the base operations in Hawaii if I remember correctly his name is admiral husband. Husband Kimmel, my memory serves me right. Now it's this great metaphor, which is and it's actually tragic. He was a great guy. He just decided to go golfing on the wrong day. He went golfing on a beautiful Hawaiian morning and next thing you know the pre emptive strike against the United States occurred, which basically sunk our entire Pacific fleet. Thousands of Americans died. And left us so geo politically and strategically vulnerable. In the hours and days that followed, there was fear that the Japanese would attack California next that amphibious ground amphibious invasion of the western part of the United States was imminent. America's reaction to Pearl Harbor showed us the type of country we were. We didn't tolerate it. Even FDR a left wing Democrat rallied the forces domestically and said, we are now going to go to war and we are going to win. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and cut 28. So today that will live in infamy. Play cut 28. Yesterday, the summer 7, 19, 41. A date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval air forces of the empire of France, as the moderate chief of the army and baby, I have directed an all measures be taken for the battle. Remember the character of the unsolved against us. I asked congressman clown a state of war between the United States and the Japanese empire. The speech is really good. And it said a lot about who we were as a nation, what we were willing to do to defend the homeland.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Fascinating. What historically happened on December 7th and that's many would say, I don't know. I would have no idea. Well, the summer 7th of course was Pearl Harbor, 1941. A day which will live in infamy. The man overseeing the base operations in Hawaii if I remember correctly his name is admiral husband. Husband Kimmel, my memory serves me right. Now it's this great metaphor, which is and it's actually tragic. He was a great guy. He just decided to go golfing on the wrong day. He went golfing on a beautiful Hawaiian morning and next thing you know the pre emptive strike against the United States occurred, which basically sunk our entire Pacific fleet. Thousands of Americans died. And left us so geo politically and strategically vulnerable. In the hours and days that followed, there was fear that the Japanese would attack California next that amphibious ground amphibious invasion of the western part of the United States was imminent. America's reaction to Pearl Harbor showed us the type of country we were. We didn't tolerate it. Even FDR a left wing Democrat rallied the forces domestically and said, we are now going to go to war and we are going to win. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and cut 28. So today that will live in infamy. Play cut 28. Yesterday, the summer 7, 19, 41. A date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval air forces of the empire of France, as the moderate chief.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

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"mark meadows" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"So much to ask you that I'm getting text from my producer for my team. Ask him about this. Okay, so I'm going to put my things into a second. Ask Mark Meadows about Fauci not mentioning for months that NIH NIH was funding the Wuhan lab. Yeah, so Fauci literally when we were in The White House, you know, he was there on a regular basis, much to many people's chagrin. My wife said, if you put Doctor Fauci on the TV one more time, I am not do not come home for dinner. You know, so it was literally that strong, but here's the problem is daily contact with Doctor Fauci. Emails that in early February would suggest that there was at least this issue of gain of function that was raised. Where if he didn't read the email he should have, but in that, where it's raised, but NIH, we're helping with the funding. And so in the book, we talk about this in the book. One night, I find out that we're funding this lab where the virus started. Where it actually leaked from, and we're as federal taxpayers funding it. I said that the president's going to go. He's going to go nuts with this. So I make a call to Alex azar. And I said, Alex. Secretary of health is secretary and thank you. We talk in these two code. D.C. code two familiar. Your secretary of HHO asks and responsible for the funding and NIH. I said, cut it off. Just cut it off. Well, you know, Mark, we can't really. I said, cut it off and make sure it's cut off tomorrow. And so this was late in the night. The president calls him shortly after that. Having seen the same report that we're funding it and said, Alex, cut it off. And he says, well, the chiefs are a called me. And he goes, what do you mean, the chiefs call you? And he says, well, the chief has already already called me about that. We're cutting it off in the morning. So the president and his normal style calls me and says, Mark, is it done? No, no, he says, Mark, he says, I just talked to Alex. He said, he said, you cut off funding to the Wuhan lab? He said, I didn't tell you to do that. All right. And I go, no sir, but you would have. And he started laughing. He said, find me a chief of staff. And he said, good night. But here's the other thing. Doctor Fauci had knowledge had knowledge when he testified had knowledge when we cut off that funding and then still had the audacity to make appeals to secretary azar to restart the funding. And I mean, I don't know how sick you can be when you look at holding China accountable. They weren't even letting us in to have real data and we were supposed to send them money. So for me, when I arrived in The White House, I refused to use the phrase deep state until about two weeks later. And then I realized it's real. Yeah, it really. I mean, at all efforts. For me, it's not just malefactors like CIA director Brennan who voted for the Communist Party in the 80s. It's not just people like mccabe who lied to his own FBI. It's people like Fauci. For me, the deep state encompasses bureaucrats who think by dint of being in D.C. for 2030 years, I'm more important than the elected president. Without a doubt, in that case, that's part of it. Oh, that came across. And here's the second part of that. I'll give you a corollary corollary to that. Here's what happens. Not only do they think their opinion is more important, they'll go into the president and suggest that they're all with him while at the same time going back to their agency and saying the guy is not accurate on this. We're going to do it my way. I saw people come out of the Oval Office when I was in Congress. The president looks across as Mark, we're going to do X, I walk out of the Oval Office and they said, we're not going to do it. Okay, so I'm going to say it now. I don't care if the Democrats know, because this is what I'm going to tell the president. I told my boss, so I worked with Steve. Steve was the API was a dad. Right. And then there was the president. I told him. This administration because of the deep state. Needs a dozen or 2000 hard bastards who work in teams of two, and every Monday go to a different department. Agree. And they say, mister secretary, what have you done in the last 7 days to affect the president's agenda? Right. And when they report back to The White House and it's not happening, there are ramifications, because you have active subversion of the agenda of those who elected the president. Right. That idea was deemed Steve liked it, others said, are you going to rock the boat? You can't do that D.C. doesn't work out. I don't think I want him to come back. I know he's going to run. I think if we can stop vote of fraud on a mass scale, he wins in a landslide, given the last ten months of just, of course. Yeah. Beyond Carter esque disaster. Right. But if we don't have that mechanism in place to rein in seditious elements who think, well, I'm a bureaucrat therefore or say yes to the president and then do the reverse when they get back to their departments. It's all for nought. So am I being an extremist? No, actually, if anything, you're implementing a plan that should have been implemented early on in the first term. I can tell you Johnny mcatee, you mentioned him earlier. And I actually had this whole Orchard of every single agency and where it was and what it was and who's going to go in and as we started to look at that. Had the plans for after November fully expecting that we were going to actually send a lot of people home. Well, let me phrase it this way. Ask them to use their talents elsewhere. And but we're going to have to be aggressive with it. The current laws make it very hard to fire federal employees. But you can move a department. Exactly. So having that exactly done is something that must be done in the next administration. As far as I'm concerned, look, everybody has their issues. The right to life, First Amendment, the border, national security. I'm very clear on this. I don't care what you think is the most important issue. If we don't seriously deal with the question of a subversive permanent bureaucracy,.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Of the U.S. Constitution, America first. Welcome back to one on one with former chief of staff Mark Meadows. All right, I want everybody to get the bookmark. Give us give us a little glimpse though of my formula is this for a good chief of staff. You don't have three things. Number one, you got to be totally simple particle with a boss. You got to have that relationship that just totally clicks day one. You clearly got that. On top of that, you've really got to know how the swamp works. You know that. And then third, this is where I think you'll probably a little bit too much of a nice guy. You've got to be a killer. You gotta be a killer. Talk to us about what it's like inside the sausage factory. The mechanisms of being a chief of staff is but for this president. Well, you do have to be a killer, but you also have to make sure that if there is bad news that you're the one that actually gives it to the president. But the other part of it, if something good happens, the president did it. Something bad happens? I did it. I mean, I'm just telling you. That's the way it works and what people, you know, some of these books that have come out have been less than flattering with me. And so about me, but because what they've seen is, is I was willing to push on the president's behalf, his agenda, and we weren't going to let anybody, including some in the west wing, stand in the way of getting it done. Now, listen, you know this, better than most, because you know him well, you served with him and when you start to see people within their own, you know, within the own team, having different priorities. You know, whether it's trying to promote themselves or promote their boss, we had one boss, it was the president of the United States and quite frankly you had to be tough. And there were people where this normal North Carolina gentleman's way of interacting, they saw a different side. But it was not because of my agenda. It was because Trump president, the president wanted it done had to get done, but I will say. I'm giving a little teaser here. The president never sleeps. You know that? People often really tweeting it for you. Not me. It's him. It is him and it is him. So he called me one early morning. Three 18 a.m. three 18 calls back at that time. I had the Secret Service outside the door and normally what I would do is I'd put my phone up about 1230 a.m., maybe one one a.m. figuring okay, the president's going to go on and maybe go to sleep for a little bit. Not always the case. And so I'd put it up. So knock knock knock three 18 in the morning. Secret Service is cheap. The boss, as we would call him, the boss would like to Tati. So, you know, obviously, I'm groggy, I get up. I answer the phone and he says, mark where are you up? That's necessary. I had yes sir. I had to get up and answer the phone. Yeah. So and so he goes and he's been thinking about things that were important that had to get done. And so I always had a little pad of paper where I'd write these things down. He would go over it. I write those things down, but now this is the kind of guy is. So that's three 18 in the morning. I would always get to the office very early the next morning so 7 15 or so. I'm doing my security briefing, looking at the presidential daily briefing. By 7 30, he's on the phone. Mark that list that I gave you. Have you made any progress? I said, well, nobody in Washington, D.C. has come to work yet. But it's a Friday, but I will, but he was, you know, what we talked about Trump time. He wanted to make sure. It is. And that's the kind of stories that are in there, some less, you know, Doctor Fauci kind of things where the pushback is still going on today. I mean, you heard last week, just some of the revelations that happened with Doctor Fauci. Well, he was lying to Congress. He was lying to Congress, and here's the interesting thing is if they will drill down on that Sebastian, what they will find is emails that would indicate that at least Doctor Fauci in that testimony should have said, well, it was raised in an email to me back in 2020, but I don't think it's correct. But instead, he went after, you know, senator Rand Paul, senator John Kennedy suggesting that they were somehow misinformed and it was really Doctor Fauci misleading. Yeah. I got to respond to what you said about things inside the building because this will be grist to our conversation later. I only realized the depth of this issue. So a little bit of inside baseball. I was a deputy assistant to the president. So there's assistance and deputy assistance. And I had no idea what that meant. It's a pretty bloody high rank. There's only 40 in the U.S. government. And I only realized that it outstrips a three star when I ride the DIA for a briefing on China, and it's like Queen Elizabeth had arrived. Red carpet comes out VIP parking, I think. I just came to the conference. And so I realized it's a big deal. Then I found out. There is somebody of my rank in the press team, adapt, deputy assistant. Yeah. Who utterly detests the president? Oh, yeah. And I thought, yeah. Just so you can take it off on your resume. Exactly. What possesses a person? Because you're not given the queen's shilling, you're not pressed gang. You volunteer for a political appointment. Right. It's a choice, and then you choose to work for a man you politically detest. How hard was that for you that when you found these people? Well, and they were all over the place. Sebastian in the interesting thing is they went after those titles. They wears apps and daps and saps, and I had, I'm like you, I had no idea it was a member of Congress. You come in and they said, well, you know, I want to have the dap. You know, I want to be the deputy assistant and I didn't even know that it carried the same equivalent as the ranks in the military until I got there and realized how they were being trained. But here's the sad part about it is if they are going to work for the president of the United States, they should be buying in, and it shows how insidious this swamp is. They want it on their resume so that they can say that they had a high ranking position so they can trade it like a baseball card for some future job. In the swamp. And the swamp and then they can go out to Kay street and say, all right, here's what I was in a Republican administration and when they get interviewed by case. Well, I wouldn't really for president Trump, I just, you know, but what are you guys? I'm one of you guys, but I know all the players. Let me just tell you it's disgusting. It makes you sick and quite frankly, the American people, they see through that. And the point I don't want anybody to misunderstand what we're saying here. It's not about the man. It's not about the president. It's about the fact that 64 million Americans voted for him. And if you're a political appointee, guess what? You're supposed to be representing the agenda. They voted for. Exactly. Exactly. So if you look back to 2016, a whole lot of people started coming in, you and I've talked about this personally. A whole lot of people started coming in, oh, I'm with you. I was. Well, some of these people were crying the night that Donald Trump actually some of them would have served as cabinet members in a Hillary administration. Without a doubt, without a doubt. And so what we did towards the end is is we got very, very tight on who we would bring in. I told the president, you need to be slow to hire quick to fire. And what happened early on? Of course he was a business guy. So you would come to the swamp and you would trust people and say, well, this is transactional. You're going to support me. That's great. Well, it doesn't happen that way, the swamp, sadly. Yeah, and this is my bug bear. We're going to discuss it at length I've got plans. I'm going to share with the president on how we fix it. Johnny McKenzie, you did a great job. 6 months, last 6 months working for wild PPO, God bless you, but he did. Well, he was all in on magga. Johnny. Johnny. That's right. Like that from day one. Back one on one with president.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Fight, and he knew it was false. We knew it was false. Let me tell you who else knew it for. Adam Schiff knew it was and yeah, he continued every single day to go on TV and all the Sunday shows and you talk about a big lie. That's the big lie that was perpetrated on the American people. Let me share a story that I think I've mentioned on the show, but just to illustrate what mark's talking about, how I knew it was all garbage. I was in the oval. It was just the president and I very early on in the administration. I was there on a purely national security issue. I believe it was to do with North Korea at the time if I remember well in the missile launches. And we're in the conversation. It stops. I'm waiting for the president to make a decision on something. Room goes quiet. And then out of nowhere, I think it was the day I think the reason it triggered him, I think it was the day that his son in law did oppress a shower, a little spray outside the west wing on the Russia accusations. Right. And so I think that must have triggered the president and out of nowhere, he says to me, he says they won't find anything. Now he's angry that they won't find anything because there is nothing. And he was so angry because he knew the whole thing was a fabrication Mark. Well, listen, I talk about this in a book, I've got coming out. He called me when I was a member of Congress. He said, he said, Mark, your wife has had more interactions with Russia than I have. I promise you that. There is nothing to be found. He says, go out there and fight. I still remember where I was who was seated at that particular time. He was on a trip abroad. And when you look at this, you start to see that the swamp continues to fight back even today. Even last week, trying to fight back going after president Trump and those that they never stop do that. No, they never stop. Why? Because they're threatened by him. And all he stands for, and it's not his power. It's the power of the people that are tuned in right now, the American people. Yeah. There's a very good reason why you are on the person, somebody with 91 million followers on Twitter, because you're afraid of him. There's a reason why they're afraid of him because and this is why they have to destroy him, and that's why they're trying to do it with anybody who supports him because nobody owns him. It's very simple math. If you're not owned by the unions, if you're not on by oil, big tech farmer, you are a threat because you can't be bought. And that's the nature of the man that we worked for. I'm glad you mentioned your book. It's out very soon. You can preorder it right now. It's the chief's chief. We will discuss everybody has to order it, but we're gonna discuss a little bit of flavor of what it means to be chief of staff for the most powerful man in the world. He's now a senior partner at CPI. You can check them out at the CPI organ, of course, follow mark at mark Meadows on Twitter. This is one on one. If you enjoy this is long form radio into the spirit of my great mentor, John batra, if you.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I know it was a, I know it was an unprecedented thing, but the problem was we were all kind of taken by surprise and we really shouldn't have been, right? Wait, we shouldn't have been honestly, you know, there needs to be more litigious activity prior to each November's election. We need to look at the state laws. And that's one of the things there's over 300 state laws so to the person who say why show up because we're actually working with state legislatures to pass laws to make sure that the ballot box is sacred and truly can be counted on. And that there is a way to audit it that will prove that if you have a fraudulent vote, there's an easy way to do that. So that's what we're doing. And in addition to that, we need to understand that they ran a play. You know, you mentioned Herschel Walker, part of what happened was is he would find out what would work when he was running the football part of it was his athletic ability to the other is he knew if he ran off tackle for this particular team or to the left on this particular team, it would score. Now we know their plays. So now we know what to look at both legislatively and from an accountability standpoint. I totally agree. Mark, any closing thoughts, your book is chief's chief. Everyone needs to go check it out and buy a couple of copies any closing thoughts on this topic. Yeah, so yeah, so Charlie, I want to finish where I started. Thank you for your work. For all those that have tuned in, thank you for partnering with Charlie and loving this country the way that president Trump loved this country. The book the chief chief will tell a number of story some of which have never been reported that you'll be able some of them humorous, some of them, not so humorous, but all of them talk about America's greatness and the fact that he is a great president willing to fight so hard on behalf of the forgotten man and woman. And I would say this. Listen, we face difficult times throughout our history as a nation. And certainly this may be a difficult time, but it's not the most difficult time. And I am very optimistic if the forgotten men and women, the people that are truly tuning in right now, the people who I've dedicated the book to if they will stay engaged, we'll have a better Congress. We'll have a better Senate and quite frankly will turn our country back to its founding fathers principles. Amen. Well, thank you, mark for joining. It's the chief's chief. Everyone check it out. Good to see you, Mark, God bless you. God bless you. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks so much for listening to everybody email us your thoughts, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. And if you want to support our program, you can do so at Charlie Kirk, dot com slash support. Thank you so much for.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"As you know, you're all in a number of places where you're giving guidance. I will say this, Charlie, you know, that's a real race. You got a sitting member of the Senate who ought to act more like Kristen sinema and then he is himself. And so if he would, if he would look in the mirror and see her reflection, he'd have a better shot at that, but that's gonna be on all our probably one of the more expensive races. But again, fairly bullish on that. Now the question is on defense. Where do we have to be? We have to keep Ron Johnson, hopefully he announces that he's going to run again in Wisconsin. He's very popular. Wisconsin. Yeah. He is and listen, why is he popular? Because exactly like you talked about. He has the interest of the people of Wisconsin and he brings those to D.C. and he doesn't allow D.C. to infect him. And I use the word in fact, purposefully there. And so as we look at that and then Pennsylvania is going to be the tough one. Bluntly, we should have not had a big problem there. It shouldn't even be close. I think that we have to make sure on election integrity issues that we continue to fight those issues. Pennsylvania being one of those where it's critical. And so it depends on who the candidate is there and how they win and then in my old home state of North Carolina. Ted bud and presidents endorsed him. I think he will be the next senator from from the tar heel state. But we've got to play defense and Matt doesn't look good, but at the same time, I think that we could end up with a one seat majority and take Chuck Schumer's voice away from it. Yeah, and I think Adam laxalt could win in Nevada but boy, that's a difficult state. What he is now, I'm gonna be out and about, I'm glad you mentioned that. And so I'm going to be out in Nevada here in a week or two because one of the great opportunities I think we have with Nevada is to actually turn the entire state from blue to red. And Adam's running a good campaign. You got some other candidates running for other offices there. I'm going to be out there. But it comes down to four counties in Nevada. Yeah. And so we are counting everything. And so we're going to work those and in my personal capacity going to be working with some of the political operatives out there to make sure that we can plow the feel and make it a little easier easier way. Yeah, there's some interesting races that the New Hampshire one opens the map. It'll force them to spend another 50 to a $100 million. I think Marco Rubio will be fine in Florida regardless of things Val demings or whatever. I think he'll be more than fine. Parnell in Pennsylvania is going to be and that that primaries would be tough. I've endorsed Parnell. Ohio, we should be comfortable, though, despite a pretty good candidate on their side, we endorsed JD Vance, but whoever it is, it's going to be fine. I think that race is solid. Ohio has become a deep red state. I agree. So I agree with you with Florida and Ohio, both of those look really strong and we've got strong candidates. Val demings is not to be overlooked. She is tough. I served with her in Congress. She's a tough candidate, but Marco will do just fine. You're willingness to get involved and speak out about these individuals is certainly critical. And it brings an extra dose of energy that is out there. And so again, I'm kind of putting Florida in Ohio in those wind columns pretty easily. And hopefully we'll add to those. I want you to imagine a 100,000 Americans losing their jobs. You can stop imagining because it's a reality. Why? Since 2015, over 100,000 independent farms and ranches in the United States have been shut down. Why? Because foreign meat is stealing their businesses and robbing you of the quality and flavor you deserve. That's why good ranchers is here. They exist to support local American farms to help you make great American meals, together they want to restore the American ranch in your meals.

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So can you talk a little bit about just, you know, I want to hone in on this, how president Trump was running the government with your help and others, but he was being undermined by people within the administrative state and that apparatus. We call this the deep state, but to what extent did that really exist Mark? Because it's a hard thing for people. People think you win the election you take over the whole government. It's not true. Well, you don't take over the whole government and honestly, even with some of the very people that the president put in place, people that they were supposedly maga people that were coming in to work for him, really what they were, were swamp creatures. You know, they had had Potomac fever. They had drank the Kool-Aid over and over again. All they cared about was the power that existed around the Oval Office. And so here so you ask if it is real. So as chief of staff, I came in. The leaks drove me crazy. We fired a couple of people. We asked them to use their talents and other places very quickly when we found out. But even within the west wing, we found that there was a lot of people that for their own personal advantage, they would talk to the press, they would leak out less than flattering stories, oftentimes. In fact, almost all of the time with only partial truth. So I was chief of staff for maybe a week. We're going over a speech that the president is going to give later later that evening. Literally while I'm meeting with the president while we're making changes to the speech, they're reporting on the news. Somebody had leaked his speech out and that came from the west wing and others. And so what we did was actually said, well, less people are going to get to see that speech and we had people pushing back like crazy. How are you taking me off the approval list? Well, it's amazing how many speeches didn't get broadcast before he gave them

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us today as a friend of mine, an American patriot, one of the good guys. He loves his country and he did a great job in Congress and also serving the wonderful president of the United States Donald Trump and has a book about it. The chief's chief with us is Mark Meadows, Mark welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, it's great to be with you. Thank you for the work that you do and all those that are tuned in right now. Just a real heartfelt thank you to all of you and I want to can I remind the audience of something that you may not even remember. So I was actually a member of Congress on the oversight committee, Jim Jordan and I would just take it to him. And then all of a sudden, you know, Charlie Kirk shows up in the back row. And so I do a shout out. And it's my staff who says, hey, do you see who's in the back row? And I said, yeah, they said, what do you know who he is? Of course I know who doesn't know who Charlie is, but thank you for fighting the fight and not just with so many members on Capitol Hill, but on college campuses and in the churches and the public arena each and every day. You're a true friend. Great to be with you. Likewise, and I'll never forget, Mark, you were one of our first guests on the Charlie Kirk show where we just had a couple little recorders. We came into your office. That's when you were still in Congress, and you were so generous with your time and it was just awesome. And you did an amazing job in The White House as chief of staff. So I want to start there. Tell us about your time in The White House, what you're talking about in this book and kind of some of the detail and the insight that you think more Americans need to know about exactly what happened in The White House. Well, Charlie, this book is really the truthful account of what actually had. We've had so many of these different authors that have come up and they supposedly were in the room where it happened. You and I both know based on our relationship with president Trump, our personal relationship, not just professional that he is all about America and willing to do that. So I bring to life a number of stories, some that have been reported on in a non factual way by people that have worked with them, certainly the fight that he had even against people that were in his own administration. We see some of these people, whether it's secretary Esper or general milley, Doctor Fauci, they all make appearances in this book, but we also give some stories that are not out there. And I'll give you a prime example of one. Doctor Fauci, literally was trying to advocate so strongly for the funding for the Wuhan lab. And so the story is in there. I'm watching Tucker. I find out from Tucker Carlson that we're funding this Chinese lab. And I call Alex Cesar in a telling message we're going to cut off the funding. We're going to make sure that we cut it off. And we got pushback. Some from Alex azar, but certainly a lot from NIH. And that's a story that's appropriate for the day, Charlie, because you got Doctor Fauci now with NIH, Francis college, Doctor Fauci, all of a sudden saying, well, there was gain of function research being done in the American taxpayer with funding it. And the testimony that we gave before Congress may not have been factual. Here's the bombshell. It's worse than that. I believe that Doctor Fauci knew all too well that his testimony was in fact erroneous based on emails. If the Biden administration's willing to look for him, emails that he actually was part of back in February in March of 2020. And that would be lying under oath and a variety of different crimes and so what you're saying is that Fauci was intimately aware and then lied about it in front of testimony and many one of these hearings. Well, I mean, the emails would seem to suggest that it was brought to his attention that they were doing gain of function actual research in Wuhan. I do know this, Doctor Fauci was well aware that the American taxpayer dollars was going to China. And he continued to advocate for it after president Trump said we're not going to do this anymore. And it's just one of the many flip flops that we see, but we tell that story. The other is we tell how president Trump actually makes decisions quickly. You and I've seen this on behalf of the American people, he'll get what I call creative chaos, where back and forth in the Oval Office there are almost certainly verbal fights, but sometimes it made me so uncomfortable, you know, you just see different cabinet members going back and forth. He'd see how passionate they were, he'd get the vaccine, make a quick decision. We missed that. We missed that with Joe Biden being at 1600 Pennsylvania avenue. Yeah, it's just, it's hard to even process what we have. So can you talk a little bit about just, you know, I want to hone in on this, how president Trump was running the government with your help and others, but he was being undermined by people within the administrative state and that apparatus..

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"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mark meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Want to thank those of you that support us Charlie Kirk dot com slash support Richard from South Carolina. Thank you for supporting us. Stephanie from Oregon. Thank you for supporting us, Olivia, from Santa Maria, California, thank you for supporting us and when you support us you allow us to hire more staff. You allow us to grow, you allow us to do what we do to podcasts today, one on Saturday, one on Sunday. Thank you to Teresa, from Florida. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Thank you to Carla from Virginia and thank you Bella from Long Beach, California for supporting us at Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. If you want to get involved with turning point USA, go to TP USA dot com, sort of high school group today. Start a college group today at CPU USA dot com, and we will see all of you. At America faster we have Tucker Carlson, Donald Trump Jr., Kayleigh McEnany, Ted Cruz Candace owns and more TP USA dot com slash a M FE ST America fest write it down, put it in your phone right now. We want to see all of you at America fast, Phoenix, Arizona, TP USA dot com slash a, M, F, EST. Mark Meadows is here buckle up here, we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Joe. He's an incredible guy. His spirit his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey.