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"michael corn" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"michael corn" Discussed on The Journal.

"This past year has been tumultuous for abc news even prior to this lawsuit and the allegations against michael corn. There were concerns about the culture inside the newsroom that there is an atmosphere of tension and lack of trust among employees. Since last summer the network has had other high profile departures one involving allegations of racially insensitive comments and in the spring. Abc news was hoping to reset when it brought in a president. Kim godwin who came from cbs. She's inherited this situation and she came in talking about wanting to change the culture and make. Abc news a happier place. She was going to be an agent of change when godwin arrived at abc news. Michael corn had just left but last week lawsuit brought his name. Backup inside the company most staffers. Abc and good morning. America learn about the allegations when the wall street journal broke the story about the lawsuit inside. Good morning america. People really didn't know except a handful who were aware of these allegations so when the suit broke in our paper it caused a lot of earthquakes inside. Abc and abc news. What do you mean by earthquakes. I mean people were stunned. I mean it shook the place up. They had no idea that these allegations were out there against michael corn. They had no idea around the circumstances of his departure and some people were angry about that. They felt that they should have been kept in the loop. They felt that they had been misled. The lawsuit details to women's allegations against corn. Kirsten crawford is the plaintiff. Her allegation describes an incident in two thousand fifteen at the time. Corn was the executive producer for good morning. America and crawford was a junior producer. She alleges that in twenty fifteen she michael corner sharing an uber back to a they were in los angeles and that he was grabbing her grabbing. Parts of her body trying to kiss her. That's what she alleges. Mr corn again denies this and that when they got back to the hotel she went to his hotel room upon his request to bring him some advil that he had asked for that is according to the suit and then once she had done that he again made unwanted advances and she was eventually able to leave the room. Corn denies the allegations and calls them fabrications. He says that crawford and he exchanged friendly emails the day after the alleged incident which he says show. The alleged assault didn't happen. So did crawford tell anyone at the network about this. According to the suit crawford head confided in a friend after the twenty fifteen alleged incident and one of those people had told george stephanopoulos and in twenty seventeen. This is when stephanopoulos had learned of this. He asked crawford about it. He asked if this was true and she said yes. And george stephanopoulos said well. I think i have to take this higher up in the company. Now that i know of this. According to the suit he told three people. One was tanya menton. Tanya menton is the vice president of litigation for abc and she's closely involved in hr matters at the company according to the lawsuit. Abc requires an investigation into any harassment or assault allegations. Even if a victim doesn't come forward the suit alleges that the company didn't conduct an investigation after stephanopoulos told menton menton has not responded to requests for comment. abc said in a statement that they're committed to upholding a safe and supportive work environment. They have a process in place thoroughly reviews in addresses complaints. They also said though they dispute the claims made against it in this suit and will address it in the court. The lawsuit also turned a spotlight onto stephanopoulos. Who doesn't dispute how the suit represents his role in the events. There's some sense inside abc news. That should georgia ben more aggressive in terms of pursuing some sort of an investigation against michael corn who of course remained in his job for four more years and robin roberts said in a meeting that i'm paraphrasing the little but basically if it'd been someone on my team would burn this place down now. A lot of people read that as a swipe at george people. I've talked to at abc news. Say no robin was just expressing emotion. She enjoyed get along fine but clearly. There are some folks you know confused about how complaints could be made and so many people in senior positions know about it and yet allegedly nothing happened. Stephanopoulos declined to comment on. What his co anchor. Robin roberts said in that meeting crawford says. Abc didn't take action with her allegation but that changed earlier this year. According to the lawsuit it started when another woman named jill maclean was chatting with her former boss. Abc news host. Diane sawyer jill in diane sawyer had a phone conversation which according to the suit took place on new year's eve twenty twenty the suit says that maclean told sawyer about her encounters with corn back when she was a producer at abc news. Mclane is not a plaintiff in the lawsuit but the lawsuit alleges that corn assaulted. Mclean twice it alleges. The first time was in twenty ten on a plane heading back to new york from a reporting trip. According to the suit. Mr corn begin rubbing her arm and then rubbing her leg and placing his hand between her legs and she just kind of froze. The second allegation is from the following year. The lawsuit alleges that one night while they were travelling for work. Corn sexually assaulted mclean in her hotel room. How has michael corn responded to these allegations from twenty. Ten and twenty. Eleven is vehemently denied. Them he says these are fabrications. He points to being invited to jill's wedding. After these incidents as proof that clearly he hadn't done anything wrong or else why would she invite him to her wedding for my reporting what friends of jill told me is that he was her boss and she was inviting everyone from work and it would have been obvious if he wasn't according to the lawsuit. Mclean didn't report the incident to anyone at abc at the time but then according to the lawsuit mcclain told sawyer. What happened to her. Diane sawyer apparently taken aback by this and told jill that she needed to report it..

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"michael corn" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"michael corn" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Powerful explosions ripped through crowds trying to enter kabul's airport today. The pentagon says at least twelve u. s. service members were killed fifteen more. Were wounded marine corps. General frank mackenzie commander of us. Central command spoke with reporters earlier today. This is a hard day today as you know to suicide. Bombers assess to been isis fighters detonated in the vicinity of the abbey gate at hamid karzai international airport and in the vicinity. The baron hotel which is immediately adjacent. The attack on the abbey gate was followed by a number of isis gunman opened fire on civilians and military forces. A local health official said the attacks killed at least sixty afghan civilians and many more are still fighting for their lives. Our chief foreign affairs correspondent yaroslav trofimov says the blasts of added turmoil to what was already a highly tense evacuation with all these attacks these no access to the airport right now because the gates through which people have become mass murder scenes. We're talking about multiple multiple casualties there. It's really the carnage a lot of the european and other countries that were assisting the us in this effort Working together have already health evacuation flights from candidate to the netherlands to denmark and the us itself had warned. That doesn't there's not a lot of time left for this fights because the military needs to dismantle its infrastructure and joy on troops that are more than five thousand new troops on the airport ahead of that august thirty first deadline that president biden it sets the window of opportunity for people to leave was rapidly shrinking ahead of this explosion and now it's pretty much shut justice of people making out a digestive people leaving afghanistan on its flights are very slim and we're still have hundreds more than a thousand and probably the american citizens stranded in the country equal or larger number of european canadian citizens and then there are tens if not hundreds of thousands of afghans with valid reason too few of the taliban who will not make it. President biden was briefed by his national security team about the explosions this morning. He postponed a scheduled meeting with israeli prime minister neftali bennett and cancelled a virtual event with the us governors for the latest on this developing story. Go to wsj.com. General motors is requiring all us salaried workers to report their cove in nineteen vaccination status earlier this month gm required all of its roughly forty eight thousand us white collar workers to confidentially disclose whether they have been immunized but hasn't made vaccines mandatory. Yesterday delta airlines became one of the first major companies to impose a health insurance surcharge for unvaccinated employees. Charging them two hundred dollars a month. Starting in november. We report that abc news president. Kim godwin told staffers today that she has requested an independent investigation into how the network handled allegations of sexual assault against a former executive producer of good morning america. Her comments came a day after a lawsuit was filed. Alleging that former producer. Michael corn sexually assaulted a current. Abc news staffer and a former staffer in separate incidents corn has denied wrongdoing and called the allegations fabrications besides corn the lawsuit also named abc as a defendant saying the company didn't adequately respond to complaints from several women of corns alleged misconduct. And we could soon be paying more for cars phones and other electronics taiwan semiconductor. The world's largest contract chipmaker says it plans to increase the prices of its most advanced chips by roughly ten percent. Apple is one of taiwan's semiconductors largest customers and its iphones us. It's advanced microprocessors. Less advanced chips used by automakers could go up by about twenty percent according to people familiar with the matter. The hikes are set to take effect late this year or next year. Coming up what. The road out of afghanistan looks like for refugees. But i know about courage. I learned for my adoptive mom. She said sometimes you just gotta hold on and no. We'll get through this..

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Former Head of Good Morning America Accused of Alleged Sexual Assault

77 WABC Early News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Former Head of Good Morning America Accused of Alleged Sexual Assault

"Well, speaking of sexual shenanigans, the former head of Good Morning America is denying Sexual assault allegation to The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that Michael Corn has been accused of sexual assault by two of his former staffers. GM a producer Kristen Kirsten. Core offered has filed suit against corn and ABC no affiliation with W. ABC at all and claims she was assaulted in 2015 during a trip to cover the Academy Awards. She also claims corn assaulted a former ABC News producer during two different trips. Corns legal team refutes the allegations and says her claims are demonstrably

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"michael corn" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"michael corn" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"6 48 on the Friday morning news here. I don't know if my tea's was good by saying you are Yeah, well, they just have to get trump. Well, The obvious answer to that question is yes, Scott said. Right here, by the way in for Brian Esther John said 6 48 on a Friday morning the way the reason you asked that question Is because the New York state attorney General Letitia James, She says that they have informed the Trump organization. We are now actively investigating the Trump Organization in a criminal capacity. This is a woman. On and the Attorney general's office. Um, there there have to get Donald Trump. This is not gonna let up there. They're going to find they're going to find something. You know, I don't know what it is, but they just sounds like to me. They're gonna find something. I don't know if they'll find something you're going to try hard. Yeah, You got to remember that he's been a celebrity for 40 years. I couldn't remember seeing him on lifestyles of the rich and famous. Yeah. No, he's been so he's been around that long if there was nothing by now. There ain't nothing and that's what they're going to be doing is basically just diving into all of his taxes. They're going to using the testimony from Michael Cohen from a couple of years ago, where Cohen said that Trump Lied about the value of its at his assets, secured certain loans and insurance and they pay less taxes. The might just Michael corn have to prove that our decayed he just make that statement. Well, I mean, the statement is the statement. It's you know, he made the statement under oath. So when you do that, your suspect perjury if you're lying, but no, it's not good enough by itself. That goes back to the house. Question. Does he have to prove it? Under oath doesn't mean anything right? I know. You know, I couldn't. Yeah. What if he said that all the other really have to do is find the tiniest little felony to convict him on and then they'll quit because he can no longer run for office. You know, And if they go through his tax returns, think about how thick that thing is. That's it. They're going to find places. What he can't write that off. That can't be right. But they're gonna fight. That's what people do on their taxes. But if that's been the case You know, there are people in the iris that hated him as president. They didn't come up with anything in four years. There's nothing there. Yeah, I'm going over his taxes for how long? I don't have the right forever years, but New York the state will not let up. By the way, you know, we're making such a big deal about taxes. You know, the Biden and other White House feel made their taxes available. You see the story where Kamila Harris She hid Some of her tax information in a trust. So she she broke her own if they called an ethics pledge that she made during her campaign, But she said, our release everything. I'll tell you everything I got. And then she didn't No Zion just like shocking the tax argument to me like if you're going to go after Donald Trump like I get it, you know, we we go after people that politically, That's that's what we do nowadays, just like Republicans are going after Joe Biden Janet's the way the world Find something better than taxes, but it's It's freaking taxes, Man. We all try toe curb the system a little bit. But you can't blame come on Harris for not disclosing that she was too busy doling out that $27,000 worth of charity. They brought in a million eight, right? Yeah. Okay. Kind of bankrupt in 6 52 coming up next year on WBF. P, um I don't know how ill Omar is even allowed to live here. But that's coming up next after traffic..

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"michael corn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael corn" Discussed on KCRW

"Located was for decades solidly Democratic. I was a Democrat until 2004 married Turk a switched parties for one reason. Abortion. If you're not pro life, she says. You don't make the cut, she says. If it hadn't been for abortion, she would have stayed a Democrat. Because I do feel it is better to have both parties represented equally. Go out to the point where there were no pro life Democrats. I thought, you know what I'm done. I'm Republican at heart because of that one particular issue, And why did that issue stand out above all others when it comes to matters of morals? My Catholic faith. I'm Catholic, right down to my little toes. I really am The official view of the U. S Catholic bishops is that abortion offends God. And as Republicans and Democrats became entrenched on opposite sides of the issue, Catholics began trending Republican in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, which Donald Trump won in 2016. About a quarter of the electorate is Catholic. Kevin Hayes cofounded a Catholics for Biden campaign here he wants to improve on previous Democratic efforts. The Clinton campaign Did not. To as much faith outreach on DH. They also made the abortion issue more of a divisive one. Hes thinks this year could be different. Joe Biden is himself a Catholic and his Biden volunteers are encouraging fellow Catholics to move beyond single issue voting. I'm pro life I'm against abortion. But my pro life beliefs are more than just anti abortion. I really do believe in kind of conception to death pro life, and there's a lot of issues that are involved there a lot of life issues beyond just being born. That's what we're trying to get out to Catholics. US. Bishops say abortion is the pre eminent issue for Catholics but in a document on faithful citizenship, they also highlight economic, justice, healthcare, immigrant rights, racial discrimination and the environment. And they say Catholics should let their consciences dictate their voting in light of all church teachings here in Westmoreland County that resonated with Donna Fisher, especially after she saw some Catholic messages on Facebook. You are committing a mortal sin If you vote for a Democrat, and then I started seeing post from the other side to say no, no, you conform your own conscience, And I don't know that all Catholics know that Fisher wants to hear that message in her own parish. Some people Just go in line because they hear that abortion is the main issue. So you gotta base your vote on that. So I would really prefer to see a lot more information that no, you're allowed to look at all the issues and say this candidate fits better than that candidate even though back candidate might be closer on this one issue, But back at the Trump Victory Center in Murrysville, it's pretty simple. The life issue obviously, is number one. Michael Corns is a former chair of the Republican Party. Here in Westmoreland County. He's a Catholic who attends Mass weekly were definitely trying.

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"michael corn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael corn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I was a Democrat until 2004 Mary turkeys switched parties for one reason. Abortion. If you're not pro life, she says. You don't make the cut, she says. If it hadn't been for abortion, she would have stayed a Democrat. Because I do feel it is better to have both parties represented equally. Go back to the point where there were no pro life Democrats. I thought, you know what I'm done. I'm Republican at heart because of that one particular issue, And why did that issue stand out above all others when it comes to matters of morals? My Catholic faith. I'm Catholic. Right down to my little toes. I really am The official view of the U. S. Catholic bishops is that abortion offends God. And as Republicans and Democrats became entrenched on opposite sides of the issue, Catholics began trending Republican. In the battleground state of Pennsylvania, which Donald Trump won in 2016. About a quarter of the electorate is Catholic. Kevin Hayes cofounded a Catholics for Biden campaign here. He wants to improve on previous Democratic efforts. The Clinton campaign. Did not. Do as much faith outreach on DH. They also made the abortion issue more of a divisive one pays thinks this year could be different. Joe Biden is himself a Catholic and his Biden volunteers are encouraging fellow Catholics to move beyond single issue voting. I'm pro life I'm against abortion. But my pro life beliefs are more than just anti abortion. I really do believe in kind of conception to death pro life, and there's a lot of issues that are involved there a lot of life issues beyond just being born. That's what we're trying to get out to Catholics. US. Bishops say abortion is the pre eminent issue for Catholics but in a document on faithful citizenship, they also highlight economic, justice, healthcare, immigrant rights, racial discrimination and the environment. And they say Catholics should let their consciences dictate their voting in light of all church teachings here in Westmoreland County that resonated with Donna Fisher, especially after she saw some Catholic messages on Facebook. You are committing a mortal sin If you vote for a Democrat, and then I started seeing post from the other side to say no, no, you conform your own conscience, And I don't know that all Catholics know that Fisher wants to hear that message in her own parish. Some people Just go in line because they hear that abortion is the main issue. So you gotta base your vote on that. So I would really prefer to see a lot more information that no, you're allowed to look at all the issues and say this candidate fits better than that candidate even though that candidate might be closer on this one issue, But back at the Trump Victory Center in Murrysville, it's pretty simple. The life issue obviously, is number one. Michael Corns is a former chair of the Republican Party here in Westmoreland County. He's a Catholic who attends Mass weekly were definitely trying to talk.

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"michael corn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"michael corn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Do feel it is better to have both parties represented equally. Go back to the point where there were no pro life Democrats. I thought, you know what I'm done. I'm Republican at heart because of that one particular issue, And why did that issue stand out above all others when it comes to matters of morals? My Catholic faith. I'm Catholic, right down to my little toes. I really am The official view of the U. S Catholic bishops is that abortion offends God. And as Republicans and Democrats became entrenched on opposite sides of the issue, Catholics began trending Republican in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, which Donald Trump won in 2016. About a quarter of the electorate is Catholic. Kevin Hayes cofounded a Catholics for Biden campaign here. He wants to improve on previous Democratic efforts. The Clinton campaign did not Do as much faith outreach on DH. They also made the abortion issue more of a divisive one. Hes thinks this year could be different. Joe Biden is himself a Catholic and his Biden volunteers are encouraging fellow Catholics to move beyond single issue voting. I'm pro life I'm against abortion. But my pro life beliefs are more than just anti abortion. I really do believe in kind of conception to death pro life, and there's a lot of issues that are involved there a lot of life issues beyond just being born. That's what we're trying to get out to Catholics. US. Bishops say abortion is the pre eminent issue for Catholics but in a document on faithful citizenship, they also highlight economic, justice, healthcare, immigrant rights, racial discrimination and the environment. And they say Catholics should let their consciences dictate their voting in light of all church teachings here in Westmoreland County that resonated with Donna Fisher, especially after she saw some Catholic messages on Facebook. You are committing a mortal sin If you vote for a Democrat, and then I started seeing post from the other side to say no, no, you conform your own conscience, And I don't know that all Catholics know that Fisher wants to hear that message in her own parish. Some people Just go in line because they hear that abortion is the main issues. So you gotta base your vote on that. So I would really prefer to see a lot more information that no, you're allowed to look at all the issues and say this candidate fits better than that candidate even though that candidate might be closer on this one issue, But back at the Trump Victory Center in Murrysville, it's pretty simple. The life issue obviously, is number one. Michael Corns is a former chair of the Republican Party. Here in Westmoreland County. He's a Catholic who attends Mass weekly were definitely trying.

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"michael corn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael corn" Discussed on KCRW

"I was a Democrat until 2004 married Turk a switched parties for one reason. Abortion. If you're not pro life, she says. You don't make the cut, she says. If it hadn't been for abortion, she would have stayed a Democrat. Because I do feel it is better to have both parties represented equally. Go out to the point where there were no pro life Democrats. I thought, you know what I'm done. I'm Republican at heart because of that one particular issue, And why did that issue stand out above all others when it comes to matters of morals? My Catholic faith. I'm Catholic, right down to my little toes. I really am The official view of the U. S Catholic bishops is that abortion offends God. And as Republicans and Democrats became entrenched on opposite sides of the issue, Catholics began trending Republican in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, which Donald Trump won in 2016. About a quarter of the electorate is Catholic. Kevin Hayes cofounded a Catholics for Biden campaign here. He wants to improve on previous Democratic efforts. The Clinton campaign did not Do as much faith outreach on DH. They also made the abortion issue more of a divisive one. Hes thinks this year could be different. Joe Biden is himself a Catholic and his Biden volunteers are encouraging fellow Catholics to move beyond single issue voting. I'm pro life I'm against abortion. But my pro life beliefs are more than just anti abortion. I really do believe in kind of conception to death pro life, and there's a lot of issues that are involved there a lot of life issues beyond just being born. That's what we're trying to get out to Catholics. US. Bishops say abortion is the pre eminent issue for Catholics but in a document on faithful citizenship, they also highlight economic, justice, healthcare, immigrant rights, racial discrimination and the environment. And they say Catholics should let their consciences dictate their voting in light of all church teachings here in Westmoreland County that resonated with Donna Fisher, especially after she saw some Catholic messages on Facebook. You are committing a mortal sin If you vote for a Democrat, and then I started seeing post from the other side to say no, no, you conform your own conscience, And I don't know that all Catholics know that Fisher wants to hear that message in her own parish. Some people Just go in line because they hear that abortion is the main issue. So you gotta base your vote on that. So I would really prefer to see a lot more information that no, you're allowed to look at all the issues and say this candidate fits better than that candidate even though that candidate might be closer on this one issue. But back at the Trump Victory Center in Murrysville, It's pretty simple. The life issue obviously, is number one. Michael Corns is a former chair of the Republican Party here in Westmoreland County. He's a Catholic who attends Mass weekly were definitely trying.

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"michael corn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"michael corn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Feel it is better to have both parties represented equally. Go back to the point where there were no pro life Democrats. I thought, you know what I'm done. I'm Republican at heart because of that one particular issue, And why did that issue stand out above all others when it comes to matters of morals? My Catholic faith. I'm Catholic, right down to my little toes. I really am The official view of the U. S Catholic bishops is that abortion offends God. And as Republicans and Democrats became entrenched on opposite sides of the issue, Catholics began trending Republican in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, which Donald Trump won in 2016. About a quarter of the electorate is Catholic. Kevin Hayes cofounded a Catholics for Biden campaign here he wants to improve on previous Democratic efforts. The Clinton campaign Did not. To as much faith outreach on DH. They also made the abortion issue more of a divisive one. Hes thinks this year could be different. Joe Biden is himself a Catholic and his Biden volunteers are encouraging fellow Catholics to move beyond single issue voting. I'm pro life I'm against abortion. But my pro life beliefs are more than just anti abortion. I really do believe in kind of conception to death pro life, and there's a lot of issues that are involved there a lot of life issues beyond just being born. That's what we're trying to get out to Catholics. US. Bishops say abortion is the pre eminent issue for Catholics but in a document on faithful citizenship, they also highlight economic, justice, healthcare, immigrant rights, racial discrimination and the environment. And they say Catholics should let their consciences dictate their voting in light of all church teachings here in Westmoreland County that resonated with Donna Fisher, especially after she saw some Catholic messages on Facebook. You are committing a mortal sin If you vote for a Democrat, and then I started seeing post from the other side to say no, no, you conform your own conscience, And I don't know that all Catholics know that Fisher wants to hear that message in her own parish. Some people Just go in line because they hear that abortion is the main issue. So you gotta base your vote on that. So I would really prefer to see a lot more information that no, you're allowed to look at all the issues and say this candidate fits better than that candidate even though that candidate might be closer on this one issue, But back at the Trump Victory Center in Murrysville, it's pretty simple. The life issue obviously, is number one. Michael Corns is a former chair of the Republican Party here in Westmoreland County. He's a Catholic who attends Mass weekly were definitely trying to talk.

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"michael corn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"michael corn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Michael hi before the house Democrats next month when you think of that are you worried a word about it at all no we hired seventeen lawyers yesterday it is a today is a seventeen yeah seven teams the trucker Matanzas did nothing wrong well here's the thing now Muller the Miller investigations going to go on for ever because he has to interview of the seventeen lawyers and find out what the hell they also will need a lawyer yeah it's creating jobs yes it's all lawyers all right out Lenny Davis begin a lawyer Michael Collins where yesterday I know that Mr call and wants to be voluntary wants to be truthful his gaze for lying for Donald Trump being directed to do a crime of paying hush money to corrupt the presidential election which she did at the direction is to drop those days are over he's committed to telling the truth and we will work with the other committees dance your question to be voluntary rather than to be under a subpoena yeah well he's at I mean he's only got it he's got nothing to lose like you can only reduce his sentence by telling the truth and continuing to operate just love that we listed all the crimes is days of killing copies are over he's going to be a good guy now is the days of lying paying will a poke is killing people dogs couple things I had mentioned before be our third to be is Laurie what anybody of us he has told me many times and nothing went on inside trump tower that Donald Trump didn't know it was kind of a rotating door in and out of his office and who get into anecdotal personal memories of what it was like to work for trump little while that's got to be polite generous to cover that my favorite suggestion this month is to rename Fifth Avenue Barack Obama that could be just the thing which is we are ex but I am okay and dropped our more be Arthur the only time that Michael has admitted to lying was lying on Mr trump's behalf not for Michael Collins benefit but at the time even consulting with the White House on the lie about the Moscow tower in the trump was involved in those discussions all the way through even miss Julie and he says to November yes Travis it's something that I found really interesting what he said X. we keep talking about yes the the Prague yeah what was he doing a project that was in Prague and he said he was in progress previous testimony he just played Davis is that the one time Michael corn light was at the direction of the White House did the White House tell him to lie.

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Court says pointing "finger gun" can be a crime

Jay Talking

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Court says pointing "finger gun" can be a crime

"Court rules of making god like hand gesture is a crime I am was did that the other day yep point your finger at somebody turns out crime Pennsylvania court rules making gun light hand gestures crime filed under disorderly conduct Pennsylvania Pennsylvania news a matter of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania man convicted of disorderly conduct for making a shooting gesture with his hand lost his bid to have it overturned we'll have to address this with Michael corn are resident lawyer lawmen the state appellate court made a ruling Tuesday on the appeal brought by this guy Steven Kirshner the men are man made the gesture while walking past a neighbor's home in June twenty eighteen the man allegedly made an obscene gesture toward Kirschner whose bonded with his gesture a witness called nine eleven to report the incident the neighbor told authorities he felt extremely threatened in his appeal Kirsten are you that is jester didn't create a hazardous of physical offensive condition which is true yes Sir are you didn't tend to cause a public inconvenience because he made the gesture to a specific individual also true I wish this story would tell us what the what the the yeah sentence was what happened to him the attorney will not appeal the matter but I think that's not so I decided no I thought about it that is nuts nuts especially since he's outside and I don't know this is a terrible article because it doesn't tell you the key thing that everybody wants to know or should want to know and that is did the witness think it was a gun or did the witness just they realize it was just a finger and think oh my god this is a scary guy making finger gestures that and now that's that's crucial what about this what if you had mace and the black canister of mace look like the barrel of a gun and you have that happen somebody thought that was a gun I don't know I I I can't imagine they would lose that case Pennsylvania what he thought should making a gun gesture be a crime disturbing the peace disorderly conduct no I would say if you have the right to move your hand every anyway you want it's certainly if the if the person in the house can give you the finger which is a known obscene gesture

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"michael corn" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

15:40 min | 3 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Were kind of first gathering and getting things going, and then also, you'll have to tell them your story. But so we selected them because they have expertise, they have actual Apollo era consoles from mocha one. This is the Kansas cosmos, fear that, okay? Kansas cost here. Okay. And so they are very familiar with it, and they know their familiar with the details in the design, and they have the expertise to restore those so they were chosen to restore all of the consoles, and so they've taken them up to Kansas to, to their shop and they've been working on them for over a year now. And so they're expected to come back, but tell you can tell me start. Head down the Right Math of, you know, how, how do we move from this research, and get more research and get the right people involved. You know, we, we had to put a team together. Not one person is big enough or smart enough to figure. This is monster out, so, you know, so yes, she had heard of the cosmos, fear, but I hadn't and I had some ideas of, of some of the experts that, that might be, you know, we might reach out to for this project. And but, you know, I got to thinking one day, I think I just woke up with this idea. Like, okay. I'm I I've seen the Apollo thirteen movie, and I know I've seen in that movie emission control room. So how did they build this? And so I went to the movie, and I looked through all the credits and I find the, the art design ended production designer and I, I contact I start looking on the internet. I'm like, okay how, how am I going to get in touch with us? Michael corn black guy. And so I look for, you know, a pound agent page, and, you know, that came up with nothing and I was like, okay, maybe he's on Facebook. I went on Facebook, and he was I found found the guy and I send them a Facebook message. And, and the next day he responded, and he's like this is great that you're doing this. And, you know, I'd be you know, I'd be happy to help if I can, but I can't, I can't believe that it's been twenty years since the Apollo thirteen movie, but this is amazing. And but he indicated that he had used the cosmos feared of to build some of those consoles. So I was like, all right, great. No. Now I can go on this out. So that was that was one part of the team, the for the consoles. And then, you know, we have this big amazing room full of full of other things that aren't console. So I just knew, you know, putting this team together that it was, it was important to us. People in Texas to get this work done local people that, you know, everyone has a story of you know, from Houston that involves Johnson Space Center. So I reached out to the historic societies in Dallas and Austin and San Antonio, and Houston and had conversations. With a lot of these folks, that have done, you know, the historic courthouses in Texas. And which was, you know, in a way with the materials, the carpets wallpapers, things like that things that I knew kind of similar just started vetting through those list of people. And finally found starting to Buick team here in Houston that, that, that has done a lot of that work. So, so we got with them, and they have a number of subcontractors, as well that, that kind of rounded out the rest of the team. Okay. Wow. All right. So that's, that's a ton of research, because I think I'm trying to get my mind around all of the different elements that need to come together. Just causes here, you said was the consoles then got all these other components. You've got the rooms, you've got the you're talking window ceilings floors carpets talking carpenters, and painters, and all sorts of things that have experienced doing historic preservation work. Yes. Even trickier in Texas, right? Yeah. You got all these different like requirements and things you want to do so, so when did this. Process start, you know, you're, you're, you're searching for all the right people to do it now. Now, you're in the middle of let's go and actually restored some of these elements wanted to start. Well, the actual work didn't even really start until what Tober of twenty eighteen. Oh, wow. Very recently. Oh, yeah. I mean because of the funding and because of all the politics involved, we took an eighteen month project. We'd estimated eighteen to twenty four months and we've were cramming it into that nine months, and we are really literally cramming. But, like Adams said it's been real interesting. We can tell you the story of the carpet in the wallpaper, which would probably in the ceiling tiles, probably the most interesting stories that we have, please. When we were doing research on the carpet, we, we didn't know it had already been recarpeted and reward paper. So we didn't have any records of what it was or, or any of that we could go back and we could look at some of the original designs but. You know it's difficult to tell what exactly it was. But we were looking under p tube station, and the PD stations are the ones that have the pipes under the floor, and they had not been moved when they recarpeted. And so the original carpet was under that while under the P tube station. So they were able to cut a piece out, and it was what's called woven carpet, which they don't do anymore, but they took it to the carpet people, not mohawk Shaw carpet was shot carpet, and they took their current tufted way that they do carpet and analyze colors and analyze the pattern and by adding an additional yarn into their current method of weaving of, of creating carpet, they were able to recreate the carpet, and they went through about fifteen to twenty different ways that they did it in order to get it with the pattern and the, the texture that we wanted. And so that was really cool to do that. And when you look at them it's, it's just remarkable. They've done until the same thing with the wallpaper. We're in there one day, and the finish is guy noticed that they had removed a far extinguisher off the wall and behind that far extinguisher was original wallpaper. So by going back to the original plans, they found the original manufacturer of wallpaper, they went back to that company, which had been purchased. They went back to the purchase company. They actually found the roller in their warehouse and they were able to use that roller. It had been retooled. So our current recreated wallpapers a little bit has a greater definition than, than what was on the walls, but it's just remarkable. And so they were able to recreate it after about fifteen twenty talk tries of getting the color and the pattern because it's a two colored method, and that wallpapers been recreated in the motor. So it's, it's really cool and the and the ceiling tall, same thing they found a piece of ceiling tile in one of the old phone booths in the lobby thirty. And so they were able to go back and get a piece of. Armstrong tile, but they had to hand stamp, the whole pattern on each of those tiles took four different stamps, for different ways, tan stem. So that's a level of detail that they're going to. I mean it will be remarkably. It looked just like it did in nineteen sixty nine and the places you're finding these elements are astounding. It's your you don't just go to the floor and look at the carpet and be like, all right. Let's was matched this. You're finding it in the weirdest place. It's just yeah. It's really a little bit of, you know, the handed Lord in it. Find these little details. But, but that really will make great because whereas before we were just going to use the same wallpaper and then recreate the carpet from the what the flight controllers were telling us, and so this now, we'd have no doubt. I mean it's, it's going to be just a recreation of the original so a lot of it seems like the restoration pro project really is getting everything with the original carpeting, you know, the this is what the carpeting was is what the wallpaper was. You know the. Council's are a little bit different Apollo fifteen era, but it's really getting all these different elements together to make sure that history is captured. But you also talked about another, another part, which was you want the screens to show Apollo eleven what, what they look like with Apollo eleven so not only are you talking about getting no materials, but you're talking about getting information now from Apollo eleven. So where did you go to find that? So that's Adams forte. It's been a difficult process was, you know, we're really trying to hone in on, on, on a few different events during descent, and landing on the moon during the day during recovery. You know, those sorts of things are, you know, the video and camera work that was done in the mocha was, was interested in the people that were in mission control, which ultimately, that's what we're trying to get through our project as well as is highlight the, the men, and that worked in this room. And so there's, there's so much that were missing from those time because there's not just a camera locked.

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"michael corn" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"And so they are very familiar with it, and they know their familiar with the details in the design, and they have the expertise to restore those so they were chosen to restore all of the consoles, and so they've taken them up to Kansas to, to their shop and they've been working on them for over a year now. And so they're expected to come back, but tell you can tell me start. Head down the Right Math of, you know, how, how do we move from this research, and get more research and get the right people involved. You know, we, we had to put a team together. Not one person is big enough or smart enough to figure. This is monster out, so, you know, so yes, she had heard of the cosmos, fear, but I hadn't and I had some ideas of, of some of the experts that, that might be, you know, we might reach out to for this project. And but, you know, I got to thinking one day, I think I just woke up with this idea. Like, okay. I'm I I've seen the Apollo thirteen movie, and I know I've seen in that movie emission control room. So how did they build this? And so I went to the movie, and I looked through all the credits and I find the, the art design ended production designer and I, I contact I start looking on the internet. I'm like, okay how, how am I going to get in touch with us? Michael corn black guy. And so I look for, you know, a pound agent page, and, you know, that came up with nothing and I was like, okay, maybe he's on Facebook. I went on Facebook, and he was I found found the guy and I send them a Facebook message. And, and the next day he responded, and he's like this is great that you're doing this. And, you know, I'd be you know, I'd be happy to help if I can, but I can't, I can't believe that it's been twenty years since the Apollo thirteen movie, but this is amazing. And but he indicated that he had used the cosmos feared of to build some of those consoles. So I was like, all right, great. No. Now I can go on this out. So that was that was one part of the team, the for the consoles. And then, you know, we have this big amazing room full of full of other things that aren't console. So I just knew, you know, putting this team together that it was, it was important to us. People in Texas to get this work done local people that, you know, everyone has a story of you know, from Houston that involves Johnson Space Center. So I reached out to the historic societies in Dallas and Austin and San Antonio, and Houston and had conversations..

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"michael corn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And it's ready when you wake up on the weekend edition. We will bring you some of the best stories from. Elite. The biggest story of the week was undoubtedly the public testimony that Michael Cohen was giving before congress. These congressional hearings are quickly becoming must watch TV think back to the Facebook testimony, the Brad Kavanagh hearings. And now this there's so many fireworks that come out of them. Michael Cohen was testifying about all his dealings with the president. And the some of the huge moments. He called the president racist. He called him a con, man. He called him a cheat. He accused the president having knowledge and directing the hush money payments to stormy Daniels. He also said that the president knew there's going to be a big WikiLeaks dump of all those DNC emails, and that he also knew about conversations about the Trump Tower Moscow project well into the two thousand sixteen campaign Republicans for their part, we're trying to paint Michael Cohen as his own con, man. He was a cheat. He's a liar. Also just trying to get back at the president. There was tons of fireworks. We spoke to ginger Gibson. She's a political report. For reuters. She was in the room for the testimony. She helps us break down all the highlights, and we started off by talking about how tense the vibe was during that testimony. Eighteen hours and hours. Imagine doing the whole thing on a tiny chair in the corner of the ram felt like forever. There was at times tense bide divide that other times was laughter. I'm Michael corn made jokes, but there was surely moments in which he delivered some really damning information at our president trend and moments when Republicans got really cheated trying to undermine his credibility or all of the testimony that we did get there was plenty of smoke. But no gun. Really? There was a lot of stuff that could lead to more investigations. He did also say that there was this possible other investigation that we don't necessarily know about yet. That's all going to be pretty interesting to see what roles out of there. But he started off very strong. He called the president of racists. The conman a cheat I'm ashamed that I chose to take part in concealing, Mr. Trump's illicit acts rather than listening to my own conscience. I am ashamed because I know what? Mr. Trump is he is a racist is a con, man. And he's a cheat that was right at the opening statements..

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"michael corn" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

07:48 min | 3 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"And it's ready when you wake up on the weekend edition. We will bring you some of the best stories. The biggest story of the week was undoubtedly the public testimony that Michael Cohen was giving before congress. These congressional hearings are quickly becoming must watch TV. Think back to the Facebook testimony the bread Cavanaugh hearings. And now this there's so many fireworks that come out of them. Michael Cohen was testifying about all his dealings with the president and some of the huge moments. He called the president a racist. He called him a con, man. He called him a cheat. He accused the president having knowledge and directing the hush money payments to stormy Daniels. He also said that the president knew there was going to be a big WikiLeaks dump of all those DNC emails, and that he also knew about conversations about the Trump Tower Moscow project well into the two thousand sixteen campaign Republicans for their part, we're trying to paint Michael Cohen as his own con, man. He was cheated. He's a liar. Also just trying to get back at the president. There was tons of fireworks. We spoke to ginger Gibson. She's a political reporter for Reuters. She was in the room for the testimony. She helps break down all the highlights, and we started off by talking about how tense the vibe was during that testimony. I think it was hours and hours. Imagine doing a whole thing on a tiny share in the corner of the ram felt like forever. There was at times tense bide divide that other times was last year. I'm Michael corn made jokes, but there was surely moments in which he delivered some really damning information. Adopt president trend end Simone moments. When Republicans got really heated trying to undermine his credibility for all of the testimony that we did get there was plenty of smoke. But no gun. Really? There was a lot of stuff that could lead to more investigations. He did also say that there was this possible other investigation that we don't necessarily know about yet. That's all going to be pretty interesting to see what roles out of there. But he started off very strong. He called the president of racists. The conman a cheat I'm ashamed that I chose to take part in concealing, Mr. Trump's illicit acts rather than listening to my own conscience. I am shamed. Because I know what my. Mr. Trump is he is a racist is a con, man. And he is a cheat that was right at the opening statements. So he started off very strong ki came out not really holding back any punches. He was quite damning of the president as you played in that clip. Call them a racist. And then went on later in the testimony to describe exact conversation. He had with the president in which he said, the president revealed himself to have a very low opinion of African Americans. Do think that they were all stupid to insult people who were minorities in color. It was not something that was only back at any point. What was the biggest takeaway for you? I think the biggest takeaway was his detailing of the president's tax issues that the president had maybe misrepresented the value of taxes in that the president was aware that he was at risk of an audit. If his taxes became public. We have spent more than two years now speculating about why the president. Won't release his income taxes. And this was a real insight. It's because public is making nervous about scrutiny over what's in. There is all sorts of weird stuff that happened that he said that the president inflated his assets when it served his purposes or deflated his assets to reduce real estate taxes as also he can really play the game on that. And one of the funny things that came Michael Cohen said that the president even directed him the straw, better to purchase a portrait of 'em because he wanted that to be the highest price portrait that sold that afternoon. So one of the funnier moments of that. But just how the president would play with his assets to his benefit really, he detailed what it was like trying to be a fixture the guy who inflated costs the guy who made sure that the at least appearance that the president was very wealthy. I had another interesting moment was when he had an exchange about whether or not been president had explicitly asked him the ladder congress, and he said, well, the president speaks in code, and I've been with him a decade, and I know the code and that was an interesting where he was served. Repeating word for word things. The president told them in a tone in a way that I think that's familiar. Yeah. And that's a really important distinction to because there was that BuzzFeed news report that came out that said the president specifically told him to lie to congress and Michael Cohen almost defended him in that moment. I mean, not completely. But he kind of you know, he said you never said that's the specifically it was these codes. And that's why the special counsel disputed that account because he didn't necessarily say the words, and I think that it was interesting the number of online internet conspiracy theories that Michael Cohen shut down. There is no Russia tape. There is no elicit tape. If the president in Malania in an elevator. He doesn't have a love child. He never defaulted on child support. He never did drugs. All of these things like, no, no, no, no, none of that happened. So that is an interesting piece too. If the internet speculators, Ringo gamer confirmation of those things instead from MCI willing to save some pretty damning things saying that. Those were not true. Let's take a step back real quick. And talk about the Republicans throughout this hearing. They were painting Michael Cohen as a his own comment in his own life. He was he was a liar. They were berating him every single time. They went up they were telling him. Hey, you're just out for a book deal you wanna make money. But then again, he does do this. He did defend the president a couple of times. Obviously they hit a lot of times about him lying to congress beforehand. But what was your sense would do what did he seem like he was being truthful? This time his credibility is at issue at throughout this whole thing. He did seem to be contrite to acknowledge he had made mistakes. He gave a very convincing argument. I think that he had aired and he was trying to rectify that has personnel failings. There is gonna be a lot of Republicans saying that if the guy lead once why should we believe him? Now at one point we saw Representative meadows say, you know, I don't believe any jury would believe this guy, which is interesting when you. Move it over to the idea of a court of law, criminal associates criminals. He's all the time sometimes serious sometimes they don't this was someone who maybe got closer to the president. Did anyone who wasn't related to them and giving some pretty damning accounts of his time with the president? Or are you saying that all the reports that you were paid some estimates over four million dollars to have access and understanding of the Trump administration? You're saying that all of that, which is paid to you just because you're a nice guy. I am a nice guy. But more importantly. The difference in record reflects that. You're not a nicer. You know for all the stuff that Michael Cohen has done. Good and bad. I mean, he was taking it from everybody when it was their turn to come up. Were you couldn't hear in that exchange in the recording? That we could hear it in the room was a trek ball. Thanks, kind of a laugh people set out. Nice guy. I think that Coen with trying repeatedly to deflect some of that by saying either. I'm really sorry. You're like making the jokes joke. Sometimes when it got really heated, but it was really a trying of his credibility. And we're going to have to find out in the next days weeks months year, whether or not the American people believed that things he had to say. You're listening to the daily dive weekend edition. I'm Oscar Ramirez. And we'll be right back with more. Hi, I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans, America's largest mortgage lender. Let's talk credit card debt for a minute. If you feel you're carrying two.

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"michael corn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"O'Reilly dot com every day. Okay. So this is now what America has to deal with what we're facing. And you know, look at the born alive infant Protection Act biking you. I'm sure you have many friends like I do that define themselves as pro choice. I happen to be pro-life. I believe life begins at conception. I think Roe v. Wade is bad law. I think there should be exceptions putting but this is an abortion debate Bill. This is about born alive. This isn't really an abortion debate. This who's a party order this party order from Pelosi Schumer. They order their people not to give in on any level to the Republicans or the pro-life people pull out yesterday. I don't know whether you thought marriage college. Paul here. We talk about you. Okay. Knights of Columbus. Paid for it. So twelve percent twelve point to twelve point change shift from people that were pro-choice life as a result of this. Right. So Americans just starting to wake up. So this is a good thing. But it's also a larger indicator the more Cossio Cortes Bernie Sanders. Kamala Harris, the more they run around and scream about absurdities, the stronger, Trump will get if he could get by the next two years, and the Republican party will get how how as an I'll use your term how're the folks Howard people in this country. I call them the forgotten men and women how were they going to react to the split screen. Trump trying to negotiate the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and Democrats bringing in a convicted felon who lied to congress cheated extensively on his taxes and lied on loan applications and is caught in the series of other lies. The folks don't care about Michael Cohen. I'll submit to you not one independent or casual observer, the political soon even bought by the watching Michael corn. It's a pure demagogy play on the far left. All right. So yes, you're right. It's a diversion take attention away from something. That's very interesting. And that could help the world neutering this crazy guy in North Korea. Okay. That's the play. But do the folks care about what Michael Cohen says no not at all. The only thing you're gonna care about is a mall report. Tomorrow report comes out and has a startling accusation backed up by fax people pay attention. If the report comes out and does not have that day story. It's gone. But Cohen folks, don't care when is the media held accountable Bill for hyping and hysteria. Never because the control by six corporations who don't care what the people think. Now, the ratings foretell all television, not just news. But everything they are coming down because a lot of people are walking away, and that will show in the bottom line profits. But do Comcast. And Disney care what the people think about corrupt people that they run out every day on television. Now, they don't they're arrogant. They don't care, and you know, it's blank you. We'll put on view. We'll put it under the ABC news banner begin believe it, and I don't care what they say. Know, we'll get three million viewers will sell some products. And that's it. All right, by the way. Bill O'Reilly does a daily newscast on Bill O'Reilly dot com is six month bestseller, killing the SS on the way. Congratulations on all that. We'll look forward to it. And tonight at nine o'clock, Kim Jong UN and the president. Will I meet we'll be covering it live nine AM here in Hanoi. And hope you'll join us a get a condo over there. We had any. Why you wanna come over and borrow it? Riley. Look. Good shots. Good. An interesting culture going on air still communist, though, did you see me on the scooters? That's the most important part. Did you see my screen? I saw you with this with the shades and the scooters I gotta go. I gotta roll. All right tonight nine.

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"michael corn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel, real news. Real honest opinion. President Trump calls it disgraceful a debunked report by BuzzFeed claiming that he directed. His former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about a business deal with Russia special counsel's office, which seldom goes on the record issued a remarkable statement last night that refuted a BuzzFeed piece, alleging President Trump ordered. His attorney Michael corn to lie to a congressional committee. That would be a crime is called suborning perjury, but Muller's office last night said quote, buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office regarding Michael Cohen congressional testimony are not accurate. Fox's Doug mckelway. Buzzfeed says it stands by its reporting no deal yet. But the US and China plan to keep talking about ending a costly terrified negotiations moved to Washington later this month. Stand up fight back words to live by for a store clerk in Florida who refused to be a victim. He works hard and fights even harder. A sixty year old store clerk in south Florida offer would-be robber rather than watch the thief walkout with is hard earned money. The robber demanded cash from the register and pepper sprayed worker motion sauger but saga wasn't about to let a little irritation. Stop them from protecting his store he jumped the counter and resolute thief to the floor knocking off his sunglasses putting him in a headlock and getting a few punches in. That's when another customer walked in saw the struggle and help the clerk hold the robber for the police incredibly the fief gave up took a seat and waited for the cops mmediately putting his hands up when they arrived. How do we know all this because it was all caught on video Derek Dennis Fox News. Another weekend of clashes between police and anti-government protestors in Paris after a traffic light was knocked over earlier today. Police fired tear gas and water cannons. Pam who.

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"michael corn" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:28 min | 3 years ago

"michael corn" Discussed on KGO 810

"Is her job brushing for you. You don't a smoking gun this and where it comes from. Right. It's an old western thing. And a firefight. They would look around and after you shot the older guns are still be a lot of smoke coming from. That's where it comes with that. That was the bad guy. You can see the smoking gun. It was twenty five years ago. This August, the Watergate tapes, route seventy me get my make sure my is right. Seventy four to eighty four ninety four hundred thirty four thirty thirty five years ago. Okay. Sorry. And and you know, is that right? I don't care. Anyway, the point is how. The point is a lot you weren't alive. Were you seventy four, you know. I was not. Wow. Anyway. So the smoking gun today. The White House is denying it which I love there. Just praying kyron right now on CNN White House denies BuzzFeed report. The Trump director Michael corn to lie to congress about Moscow project. But this is not another one of he said, orange said, this is whole cache of documents and text messages. So I'm sure well, here's the question. The question is real simple. That's obstruction of Justice. If you tell me. As you do it in a text. If you're that stupid that you text me don't tell them the truth. And what happened was Trump said that the? Goshi with Moscow to build a Trump Tower hotel there ended in January of two thousand sixteen good eight months before the election, ten months. But what it turns out is is that it actually and even Rudy came out and said it went all the way into the fall into October. He said it and everybody was like did you say what we thought because you know, Trump said January. Well, apparently when Cohen went to testify before congress, Trump must have texted him, or even broader note, we don't know exactly what it is. But the report from BuzzFeed is there's more than one piece of evidence there that said that he told Cohen to Cohen lied and Cohen going to jail for three years, and there's another side of this to you know, Conan supposed to testify before the house in February. Actually, February the seventh. And now he's worried by what Trump was saying about his father in law, which I I've no idea why even brought that up. Did you see that? Yeah. So I mean, he he he kind of like a threat. It was a thing. He just brought it up in in in a tweet that he was well, he feel I mean he feels that his family's being threatened. And he's worried about it. I would to disguise capable of everything I found a timeline of events tying Trump to the mob going back to jersey and everything who knows how many people have a piece of this guy. I mean, we know that Putin has something on him. I mean, it's pretty obvious that or it's just love at first sight. But Cohen says that Trump's rhetoric could cost him to toss his family to be heard. He was. Trump on an interview with Fox News on last Saturday called Cohen week and then accused him of lying to prosecutors. And then listen to this. He goes Cohen should give information maybe on his father-in-law because that's the one that people want to look at that's the money in the family. This is according to Janine Piero's, Eddie. What a piece of work that woman is anyway, he's so Trump continues to engage Cohen in these reckless and ubstantially claims. And he believes that believes are trying to intimidate him. It's not gonna really change anything. He'll still testify. He just won't do it in an open court. And that's what Trump doesn't want. We have some polls numbers we're going to run by a little later on their shows that Trump's support is starting to slip with his will even more so with his white uneducated base. And I don't mean uneducated as a pejorative, I'm just saying non college educated base. Educated. So that you might work. Anyway, I I just got to ask you something. All right. We all know, an obstruction of Justice is here some people that have. Well, I mean when when Nixon said on the tape that he was stupid enough not to just throw away that to go after those guys and to to stop the investigation they stopped the investigation into him. That's that was clear obstruction of Justice. And everybody was told he was going to be impeached. Again, remind you the house of representatives impeachment is is a declaration of charges. Okay. If there were going to be an impeachment of a go to the judiciary committee judiciary committee. And then if you got the votes would send it to the floor, and then everybody would vote with this particular group. It's pretty pretty certain that he would be impeach the house could impeach him. The question is. With this obvious, obstruction of Justice tweets and other documents, the Trump told him to lie before congress, which is a crime to stop an investigation into what he did. There's no clearer version of obstruction. You the only other way if you pulled your car in front of a police car and tried to stop them that would be as close as the most obvious example, I can think of of obstruction of Justice. But this is what he did. So will the Senate convict him knowing that he obstructed Justice? And the answer is no, you don't think. So no, they will not that twenty senators would have to change their votes and people would get to them. What would Mitch McConnell do? I. They would have to have the trial. I mean if he was impeached. They would have to have the trial in the Senate. I mean, that's in the constitution. So they will have to have some sort of trial in the whole run run just like a trial. And then there's a final vote at the end. And it's it's it's a supermajority. You don't take sixty seven votes with one hundred members sixty seven votes, and I do believe that's super majority is not a quorum kind of thing. I think it's sixty seven votes flat out. I will go back and check that as opposed of like half, the people get caught them in traffickers, they couldn't do it. I'm just got him frustrated because. I know that the shutdown is on people's minds, and this shutdown is intended, you just heard Trump say a few minutes ago that he is going to have a big announcement tomorrow about three o'clock on Saturday, kind of bearing and he's hoping we'll just stop talking about this BuzzFeed article, of course, or whatever else smaller has about to do. And then I read a weird article all kinds of time together that apparently bar and Muller our friends. Did you hear this? Yes. No barred set it in his testimony. But I mean, I was reading about it called him, a close friend. Yeah. Yeah. They were gonna they almost went to each other's, weddings. So I that's why people are saying he'll let him finish his investigation because he has such a close relationship with them. I was really. But here's the kicker is Trump did know it, of course, he didn't know it doesn't. It doesn't surprise me. Like, you know, the best parts Giuliani. Apparently did not a reporter asked him. And he said does it bother the president. About their association relationship. And he said what relationship and he says, you know, that there were really close friends they almost attend for some reason, they couldn't do it. But they were going to tend one. I mean that goes back pretty far. I think I think Muller's been married for forty years. So it goes back that far. I dunno bar was attorney general under Bush forty one which gives me a little bit of hope that you know, he's he's not on the Trump. I just wonder when people are going to start standing up, but the worst person in the world not named Trump today and every day moving forward is still going to be Mitch McConnell, and until Mitch McConnell pulls his head out of you know, where I mean, we're going to be an in a weird spot. We're going to be in a spot where one person is stopping Justice for moving forward. This is not a good president. You know that? Now, if you're a Trump supporter, you know, you made a mistake. Right. I mean, those of you that are racists, probably aren't listening to me. But the others there's probably Trump supporters here listening right now that voted for him because they wanted to shake things up in Washington, you've succeeded, but not quite like you intended. You're welcome to call in on this and give your thoughts. Do you think that if they impeach him with this evidence solid evidence that he obstructed Justice? Do you think twenty Republican senators would change their vote eight hundred eighty eight ten that's how you do it. We would like to talk to you. That's Nikki, I'm chip Franklin.

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