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"miss mccord" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"miss mccord" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The footage last night was all of everybody waiting on the steps of the Supreme Court but it makes an ruling and Watergate prosecutor Jill wine banks is here with us today I must work Sabrina court day I'm Jill thanks so much for taking time I know you're monitoring what's going on in crazy busy but so talk about we just started talking and then I who's to housing save it because for the right because yes your initial impressions are what we're hearing that Saddam why or is asking very pointed questions gore six looks like he's in play tell us your impressions so far you've got two of them justice prior is equally in the mix here and Thomas is once again yes one of his rare questions he has spoken usually he doesn't but some of my order has been very very clear in her questions and very clear I would say in demanding an answer to her question not to what the the lawyers wanted to say regardless of what she asked so he's been I think very clear and so his justice prior the whole thing does bring back memories of being on the about being inside the court during the Nixon arguments and of course those are being referred to in this case is white water as is Paula Jones and so far I have to admit I start with a bias based on what I believe the Supreme Court he will do should do can do what's consistent with their prior practices so I start with the Nixon case and saying that the president is not taking the president is not above the law and that he cannot stop his accountants from turning over the documents that are in their possession nothing to do with it there's no privilege claim because he wasn't president these are pre presidential but also isn't that the key difference with Nixon Jill everybody's talking about there the subpoena is not to him it's to the east these financial institutions right isn't he but yeah that that makes a difference in terms of whether it's a burden on him that could interfere with the conduct of the office of the president and he can't because he doesn't have to do all things in regards to this and to the extent that he would have to you have to look at the Paula Jones case and the court saying yes we could make accommodations to suit his timing but he has to respond and if you can be forced to respond in a civil case then there is no reason why you don't have to respond right now they're arguing about Congress's power there is also the New York district attorney's case will be coming up after this one and that raises a different set of issues with this to do with legislative oversight Lawrence tribe just tweeted he's watching as well and he said trump's lawyer says whitewater and Watergate were quote to resend to count as president for demanding information from a sitting president wow I and it must have been well we were talking so yeah well I'm old too recent to be president right eight that is a novel read novels but it is a novel argument it certainly is an unprecedented one yeah I think the children to one based on some of the rodeo it's hard to Shakhter one bank I still can't imagine did you say what the court's response to that no no he hasn't said the you said it best you said can we trust go to us to save us from trump I mean today's the day we're gonna find out it is they're still justice in America is one man above the law I mean for those who just tuned in so it just what is happening because you don't know trump is asking Supreme Court to grant him sweeping immunity from investigation by Congress and local prosecutors into his conduct as a private citizen on the list for trump's claim he cannot be subjected subpoenas or any criminal investigative process by virtue of demands of the presidency he's as you know Joe been completely unsuccessful at every level up until now it would literally put the president above the law if the Supreme Court sides with the president's lawyers in this case seven one legal expert so that that's really what we're deciding is are we a nation of laws today still are we in it you know are are are we a nation of man right it was totally obliterate any oversight if he had his way if you trawl had his way in this case how could Congress do any oversight how could they investigate children in cages how could they investigate the misspending of any money if he were totally you from any subpoena it stands in a certain concept limited immunity is recognized that Nixon case recognized for the first time in it it is such a thing but it doesn't grant the kind of sweeping powers would say I and I alone can decide what is going on here no one can investigate me can't investigate him that's it that's even beyond the office of legal counsel it said you can't prosecute I mean they his lawyer literally did use the Fifth Avenue argument right I don't even remember what that was a reset yes the person can shoot someone on Fifth Avenue not only can no one stopped him no one can charge him no one can investigate him no one can take Intel is out of office I mean it's it's so absurd you even have to be a lawyer right to go wait what I think letting Americans hear these arguments live and I was live streaming it before we went on and I I'm a recording it now so I can listen to the whole thing really will make a difference because hearing the president's are you in the Supreme Court that he is above the law is something that should frighten even his most ardent supporters you may believe in all the policies that he wants to enact you may not mind his crudeness in office is the lack of a a simple calculator you may find those to be charming and endearing and make him seem real that's all fine but there has to be someone else who can carry out his policies without violating the law in a liberating all of the the institutions of government the same thing is true in the Flynn case he's really arguing influence that he's above it all and then he what he's really doing is trying to obliterate the entire Muller investigation the molar record the department of justice the FBI and William Barr is a willing and able of him in that case so these are both sort of the same thing both what's happening in the Supreme Court today what is the plan you will you tweet about the outrageous he said this would be like Nixon dismissing Watergate special prosecutor case after office had finished its work and close down and you said cronyism isn't a reason corruption and cover up our forty five once dismantle everything Miller did and it was you know what two thousand DOJ alumni call on Byrd to resign I mean it it obviously no real prosecutor would even sinus right the the worked the op ed that the guy that quit over the stone cases said here it is again this is an issue and by the way so did miss McCord who was relied upon dramatically in saying this is why we shouldn't dismiss it there's really no cost and she wrote saying I am totally misrepresented in what I said it's taken out of context it's not what I said nothing I said justifies dismissing this case and I believe that judge Solomon is now ask the Supreme Court is this morning is it a very little place to help save democracy he cannot refuse to dismiss it he can refuse to dismiss it with you can say it is only dismissed without prejudice which means that it could be refiled by illegitimate prosecutor in the future assuming the statute of limitations doesn't run and since this particular crime occurred very early in the administration it's going to be very very timely as to whether it can be brought before a statute runs so I think we're in a really serious our point of view but I think judge Solomon needs to really have a hearing and what the act the clean or small cord would be a witness interesting that the name is McCord because the real whistleblower in Watergate yeah I was on the court I know you know why I know that because I read Watergate girl which is the best book in the world okay I was saying even your decor is classy and beautiful and fantastic just like you look at the artwork of the sculpture of Watergate because his book right there of course click on it but you also didn't just you said you talk about the long list of people thought Flynn's lies were material of course they were but you said the judge Sullivan should reject the dismissal was baseless and attempt to cover up crimes at the White House on that's that's the legal point is it's clearly an attempt to cover up crimes which is why he should dismiss this it took a long time yeah if you read the motion to dismiss the legal arguments in the factual arguments don't pass the red face test you it would be impossible for me to stand before court and argue what they've argued without bursting into laughter or blushing it would be just absurd and they don't make any sense and I believe that but hopefully just Solomon will have the time to look at this and think about it and decide how to handle this appropriately judges can refuse a plea agreement five judges can refuse a dismissal and they only can allow dismissal where it serves the public interest so we need to look at that there was a case in Watergate where there was an argument over dismissing the case in taxes so that the defendant in that case could plead guilty in DC and testify against governor calmly and the public interest in that case clearly warranted dismissing the Texas case to allow the case to proceed in DC this is a case where would disappear completely it's not he would be prosecuted somewhere else and it doesn't address all the other crimes that he got off all you know as part of his plea agreement you pleasant track with other thing so we'll both characters brought down yeah exactly are we still see when our president Joe Biden of points Attorney General John one banks okay it completely back to the Supreme Court neo cocktail said Supreme Court they're probably pretty happy with the lower court reasoning in these cases it is we know lower courts have upheld right the the subpoenas as serving legitimate purposes I don't understand the law says shall furnish his taxes it does not say maybe your whatever even just that part in terms of the congressional requests and then Paul Clement said I think if you look at the court's precedent you know the president's argument is a tough one I'm Jill is the key is I'm hearing as we mentioned a little and we started this interview was is the key the fact that because the subpoena was to Nixon and he to turn over the tape tapes which he did a lot of people were saying if the subpoena was to trump we don't know what happened he would refuse it and then we'd be in a constitutional crisis but this is not to him and all signs are is the Deutsch a bank or whoever would comply am I wrong and the others and I wrong it no you're quite right that they would definitely comply they've shown no inclination and by the way while we're but why he's freaking out because if they rule against him today there's nothing he can do about this is taxes and financial information are going to be released right that's maybe why he's freaking out but he freaks out almost every day I think about him walking out of a press conference because two women asking questions it's but I want to go back to the Supreme Court argument today because I heard only very briefly before we got on here that the lawyer for Congress was testifying it was arguing and he pointed out how wrong the other side had been and had missed quoted them and pointed to court to the right pages that didn't specify why they needed this and why they had a legitimate legislative purpose so you always have to hear both sides the hard part was we had to get through listening to the president's but what the government's lawyer and the president's lawyers arguing but now the court will have to put in context by being able to hear the other side of the argument okay I also think that this should lead to people being able to hear on a routine basis court documents it's not interfering with anything and it's really interesting to be able to sit and listen as it's happening I mean it's too bad right the pandemic that we can all be sitting on the supreme court's steps like those people were I was so hoping someone was going to go I'm like I don't want banks to sell smart and also.

Supreme Court Saddam prosecutor Jill wine gore
"miss mccord" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

14:35 min | 1 year ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All the time so there we are you sought the first time this weekend and the believe me Republicans and conservatives are going to make a great deal of it what did Obama know and when did Obama no it and just reading here Andrew McCarthy talking about you know the the meeting that took place I said generous six before January fifth January six is when call me went and informed trump Aden no no that was later I believe okay what it what happened general was that the was that the day that struck said I don't kill the atex the don't kill the mission yeah my mom might have been I'm not sure Bob look let me focus in on this one here no that was that January fourth that he said don't come in right now they they talk about this is the the White House power while on January fifth twenty seventeen that was the day when the chiefs of intelligence agencies briefed top Obama White House officials on their assessment of Russia's meddling in the campaign after the main briefing the president asked DHS and FBI director James Comey to stick around to meet with him along with vice president Biden National Security Advisor Susan Wright Yates was taken back when Obama explained that he had learned of the information about the plan and his conversations with Kislyak she was startled because she later told investigators she had no idea what the president was talking about right remember she was the acting Attorney General the United States yes Yates had to figure things out by listening to the exchanges between president Obama and FBI director call me the latter was not only fully up to speed he was even prepared to suggest a potential crime the Logan act that might fit the facts according to the FBI report which was handed to the justice department's motion to dismiss the plane Kate's case Yates later said she was so surprised by the information she was hearing that she was having a hard time processing it and listening to the conversation at the same time and animal Kerr he writes I'll bet that you H. was in the dark was not the F. B. I.'s fall two days earlier the bureau's then deputy director Andrew McCabe I have briefed assistant Attorney General Mary McCord the head of the DOJ's national security division about the planned discussions evidently not appreciating what the F. B. I. regarded as your agency of the matter McCord did not pass the information along to the acting Attorney General before her White House meeting here's the point that you're finding out more now and you saw the story about the Washington post right yeah does the reporters and said there's nothing here that's right okay yeah nothing in the Logan act here right easy incoming national security adviser right of course you can talk to somebody else yeah you can talk to you to to foreign leaders of course that's not the Logan act the Logan act which has never been used was about the Logan act if you actually wish to prosecute the Logan act there is one person that stands out as a shining bright light of a law which is probably unconstitutional but it's never been challenged because nobody has ever been charged with that John Kerry John Kerry dealing with Iran private citizen without question catch a pair yep but yet Donna shipment and how well informed the bureau was keeping the president calls for revisiting something which I've always called attention before it now seems even more significant when general plan was forced to resign as national security adviser after just three weeks on the job The New York Times did its customary deep dive in which seven of its best reporters pressed are well placed sources for details it was a remarkable report which were counted as if it were totally matter of fact that Flynn's communications with Kislyak had been investigated by the FBI in real time consultation with president Obama's aides interesting the FBI tells Obama advisers about Flynn's discussions with the Russian ambassador between this and they're surprised at the Russian dictator did not retaliate when Obama imposed sanctions the Obama advisers dream up a nonexistent pact between trump and the Kremlin collusion and they're already thinking about nailing Flynn on the Logan act an obsolete unconstitutional vestige of the president John Adams administration that has never ever been prosecuted in the history of the justice department what came up we came up with that will miss McCord later told investigators of the Logan act flight originated in the office of Obama's director of national intelligence James clapper specifically proposed by the the general counsel Bob lit obviously on January fifth call me was already discussing it with Obama wow let's look at more the times report on Flynn's downfall the legal analysis of winter exchanged with his lack the president's aides consulted the FBI not the O. J. quote the Obama officials asked the FBI if a quid pro quo have been discussed on the call the answer came back No according to one of the officials who like others asked not to be named discussing delicate communications a topic of sanctions came up they were told that there was no deal so no misconduct to the contrary the incoming national security adviser as the Russian counterpart to discourage his government from escalating tensions which is what we would want any American diplomat to do there was no deal sanctions were merely mention no one would expect since they had just been imposed a plan made no agreement to accommodate the Kremlin in any way let's see those are the actual facts who cares what actually happened what matters it turns out is that what Obama advisers and the F. B. I. co creators could imagine it into there must be trump collusion with Russia because we've concluded Putin would otherwise have retaliated if you look at the the the nature of the conversation from what we know and plant and what he told what he advised his liak to do it actually favor the Obama administration is it was that day as you just mentioned that the Obama administration put sanctions on against Russia and we were waiting that morning I I remember because I was actually hosting the WBAP morning news our flagship here in Texas and we were waiting to hear what the Kremlin would do and at first there was one spokesman that initially came out and they implied that they would retaliate it accordingly they would reciprocate and then Putin came out a little while after that and said no no no no all Americans are free to stay here and enjoy the rest of the holiday season because again it was December twenty ninth if you look at the nature of the conversation from what we know of what Michael Flynn told Kislyak on the twenty ninth basically don't rock the boat don't do anything you know over the top that would favor the incoming administration as much as the current that then current administration there was nothing to undermine at all from what we know at all the current administration or any anything the president did at that time the then president Obama did on that day again from what we know I don't see any report of and this case has been out there while for three years over well a three and a half years now you would think there would be a leak if there were something again that Michael Flynn said because we have on that date December twenty nine twenty sixteen that would undermine what the Obama admin administration it done earlier that morning and so his advice to Kislyak served pretty much all parties involved don't retaliate in a big way don't do anything essentially you know steady as she goes and I'm guessing that's okay by the time and then the and the incoming president when he's president to make a decision on whatever the policy is going to be I guess my point would be then Obama knew all of it yeah and he was if if you look at it at the minimum he he didn't tell them to stop no he didn't say there's nothing here right right right there is nothing here stop the investigation now because what we also didn't hear is that it was on that on January fifth you know something to the effect that he didn't want to know more that part of it you know right yes yeah I didn't want it in other words I guess that's plausible deniability of course at work but actually if I'm sitting there as an outgoing president I'm thinking myself no no no no no no you've got the incoming national security adviser you stay in a phone call talking to Kislyak I want to know everything about that phone call I want to know everything about that phone call because I'm still commander in chief for a couple more weeks and I still have to look out for the but see he doesn't think that way didn't think that way that I would want to know everything of what they knew well you don't do that if you're in that setting what do you do instead you have a then FBI director Jim Comey suggesting a possible crime which nobody was in their right mind was about to go after what's gonna happen and they're looking to see what they could build in terms of a case against Michael Flynn and then by the time you get to the mall or prosecution which was when he was prosecuted yeah they knew at that point because it was in January twenty seventeen yeah the subsurface of the dossier is bogus right by the way and that is what legitimized the investigation the Carter page and Paul Manafort yes we have raised on what they already knew was false mmhm yeah and then they knew at that point again they have all the information I here's a question here's a question for you did mother have the original three oh two did he ever ask for did you ever ask where did he ever have it did he know that it had been changed right did he not yet did he know that the three oh two on file on record was not the original well we now know me the prosecutors are Muller prosecutors where they came from the prosecution came from the Muller investigation those were Muller print that's odd Muller and as we know exculpatory evidence was capped by which to judge Solomon has to look at this US any Paul said may he might look at it you know today because he's got to sign off on this she said and and policy yeah is he will will he have any comments on on he has to sign off on the on on on the estimate on the dismissal yet case yes yes yes but as a technicality knows a good question will Solomon actually comment on the whole right I would love to hear the comments is remember it's the mother that that's as I said the other day on social media that's tainted the Muller investigation completely yeah as that's the Mahler people withheld exculpatory evidence to get the only prosecution relating to anything that could be perceived in any factor and you really can't you know what the conversation was about the Russia collusion well again I mean if you if you look at everything that has been found by now you have to assume more new three oh two and all of it you are we know we didn't yeah how did you know but now is I mean that questions let's get out there because we know bomber was in the meeting so now he's just become he's he's become a investigative target and so has Biden as Biden was in that meeting to now it does fall on Obama but by this part of that administration sorry I mean if you're looking to be the next commander in chief right and your part of it you also can't there is no plausible deniability for you either because as vice president then he would have to have been briefed on all of this because he's got to be ready to step in as president at any moment as even in the final days does the president aid exist who told the president you need to let this thing you need to tell them to stop this because there's nothing here with Lynn let it go get out here and tell them to all report do you have to prob follow the proper protocol with the with the upcoming administration you don't need this right what I wonder if there's a one come back to you yeah I right I wonder if there's a presidential aide a bomb aid the told him that because it doesn't seem like he was trying to stop it and he doesn't he doesn't come and when he he made his comments the other day he didn't stop it what he said was he doubled down the plan is somehow guilty of perjury yeah and if the rule of law is not followed right really you're gonna go down that road really funny he brings up perjury panic eight six six ninety right.

Obama Aden Andrew McCarthy
"miss mccord" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"So there we are a sought the first time this weekend and the believe me Republicans and conservatives are going to make a great deal of it what did Obama know and when did Obama no it and just reading here Andrew McCarthy talking about you know the the meeting that took place I said generous six before January fifth January six is when call me went and informed trump Aden no no that was later I believe okay what it what happened general was that the was that the day that struck said I don't kill the they texted don't kill the mission yeah my mom might have been I'm not sure Bob let let me focus in on this one here no that was that January for that he said don't come in right there they they talk about this is the the White House power while on January fifth twenty seventeen that was a day when the chiefs of intelligence agencies briefed top Obama White House officials on their assessment of Russia's meddling in the campaign after the main briefing the president asked DHS and FBI director James Comey to stick around to meet with him along with vice president Biden National Security Advisor Susan writes Yates was taken back when Obama explained that he had learned of the information about Flynn and his conversations with Kislyak she was startled because she later told investigators she had no idea what the president was talking about right remember she was the acting Attorney General the United States yes Yates had to figure things out by listening to the exchanges between president Obama and FBI director call me the latter was not only fully up to speed he was even prepared to suggest a potential crime the Logan act that might fit the facts according to the FBI report which was handed to the justice department's motion to dismiss the plane Kate's case Yates later said she was so surprised by the information she was hearing that she was having a hard time processing it and listening to the conversation at the same time and animal Kerr he writes I'll bet that you H. was in the dark was not the F. B. I.'s fall two days earlier the bureau's then deputy director Andrew McCabe I have briefed assistant Attorney General Mary McCord the head of the DOJ's national security division about the planned discussions evidently not appreciating what the F. B. I. regarded as your agency of the matter McCord did not pass the information along to the acting Attorney General before her White House meeting so here's the point that you're finding out more now and you saw the story about the Washington post right yeah does the reporters and said there's nothing here this Friday August yeah nothing in the Logan act here right easy incoming national security adviser right of course you can talk to somebody else yeah you can talk to you to to foreign leaders of course that's not the Logan act the Logan act which has never been used was about the Logan act if you actually wish to prosecute the Logan act there is one person that stands out as a shining bright light of a law which is probably unconstitutional but has never been challenged because nobody has ever been charged with it John Kerry John Kerry dealing with Iran private citizen without question catch a pair yep but Yates astonishment at how well informed the bureau was keeping the president calls for revisiting something which I've always called attention before it now seems even more significant when general Flynn was forced to resign as national security adviser after just three weeks on the job The New York Times did its customary deep dive in which seven of its best reporters pressed are well placed sources for details it was a remarkable report which were counted as if it were totally matter of fact that Flynn's communications with Kislyak had been investigated by the FBI in real time consultation with president Obama's aides interesting the FBI tells Obama advisers about Flynn's discussions with the Russian ambassador between this and they're surprised at the Russian dictator did not retaliate when Obama imposed sanctions the Obama advisers dream up a nonexistent pact between trump and the Kremlin collusion and they're already thinking about nailing Flynn on the Logan act an obsolete unconstitutional vestige of the president John Adams administration that has never ever been prosecuted in the history of the justice department what came up we came up with that will miss McCord later told investigators at the Logan act flyer originated in the office of Obama's director of national intelligence James clapper specifically proposed by the the general counsel Bob lit obviously on January fifth call me was already discussing it with Obama wow let's look at more of the times report on Flynn's downfall the legal analysis of lens exchange with his lack the president's aides consulted the FBI not D. O. J. quote the Obama officials asked the FBI if a quid pro quo have been discussed on the call the answer came back No according to one of the officials who like others asked not to be named discussing delicate communications a topic of sanctions came up they were told that there was no deal so no misconduct to the contrary the incoming national security adviser as the Russian counterpart to discourage his government from escalating tensions which is what we would want any American diplomat to do there was no deal sanctions were merely mention no one would expect since they had just been imposed a plan made no agreement to accommodate the Kremlin in any way but see those are the actual facts who cares what actually happened what matters it turns out is that what Obama advisers and the F. B. I. co creators could imagine it into there must be trump collusion with Russia because we've concluded Putin would otherwise have retaliated if you look at the the nature of the conversation from what we know and flint and what he told what he advised his way out to do it actually favor the Obama administration because it was that day as you just mentioned that the Obama administration put sanctions on against Russia and we were waiting that morning I I remember because I was actually hosting the WBAP morning news our flagship here in Texas and we were waiting to hear what the Kremlin would do and at first there was one spokesman that initially came out and they implied that they would retaliate it accordingly they would reciprocate and then Putin came out a little while after that and said no no no no all Americans are free to stay here and enjoy the rest of the holiday season because again it was December twenty not if you look at the nature of the conversation from what we know of what Michael Flynn told Kislyak on the twenty ninth basically don't rock the boat don't do anything you know over the top that would favor the incoming administration as much as the current that then current administration there was nothing to undermine at all from what we know at all the current administration or any anything the president did at that time the then president Obama did on that day again from what we know I don't see any report of and this case has been out there well for three years over well a three and a half years now you would think there would be a leak if there were something again that Michael Flynn said because we act on that date December twenty nine twenty sixteen that would undermine what the Obama admin administration at dawn earlier that morning and so his advice to Kislyak served pretty much all parties involved don't retaliate in a big way don't do anything essentially you know steady as she goes and I'm guessing that's okay by the time and then the and the incoming president when he's president to make a decision on whatever the policy is going to be I guess my point would be then Obama knew all of it yeah and he was if if you look at it at the minimum he he didn't tell them to stop no he didn't say there's nothing here right right right there is nothing here stop the investigation now because what we also didn't hear is that it was on that on January fifth you know something to the effect that he didn't want to know more that part of it you know right yes yeah I didn't want it in other words I guess that's plausible deniability of course at work but actually if I'm sitting there as an outgoing president I'm thinking myself no no no no no no you've got the incoming national security adviser you say in a phone call talking to Kislyak I want to know everything about that phone call I want to know everything about that phone call because I'm still commander in chief for a couple more weeks and I still have to look out for the but see he doesn't think that way didn't think that way that I would want to know everything of what they knew well you don't do that if you're in that setting what do you do instead you have a then FBI director Jim Comey suggesting a possible crime which nobody was in their right mind was about to go after what's gonna happen and they're looking to see what they can build in terms of a case against Michael Flynn and then by the time you get to the mall or prosecution which was when he was prosecuted yeah they knew at that point because it was in January twenty seventeen yeah the sub sources said the dossier is bogus right by the way and that is what legitimized the investigation the Carter page and Paul Manafort yes we have raised on what they already knew was false mmhm yeah and then they knew at that point again they have all the information I here's a question here's a question for you did mother have the original three oh two did he ever ask for did you ever ask for do your habit did he know that it had been changed right did he not yet did he know that the three oh two on file on record was not the original well we now know me the prosecutors are Muller prosecutors where they came from the prosecution came from the Mahler investigation those were Muller part that's on Mahler and as we know exculpatory evidence was capped by the way said judge Sullivan has to look at this our city Paul said may he might look at it you know today because he's got to sign off on this she said and and policy yeah is he will will he have any comments on on he has to sign off on the on on on the estimate on the dismissal yet case yes yes yes but as a technicality knows a good question will Solomon actually comment on the whole thing right I would love to hear the comments as remember it's the mother that that's as I said the other day on social media that's tainted the Muller investigation completely yeah because that's the Mahler people withheld exculpatory evidence to get the only prosecution relating to anything that could be perceived in any factor and you really can't you know the conversation was about the Russia collusion well again I mean if you if you look at everything that has been found by now you have to assume baller new.

Obama Andrew McCarthy
"miss mccord" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"All the time so there we are a sought the first time this weekend and the believe me Republicans and conservatives are going to make a great deal of it what did Obama know and when did Obama no it and just reading here Andrew McCarthy talking about you know the the meeting that took place I said generous six before January fifth January six is when call me went and informed trump I didn't know no that was later I believe okay what it what happened general was that the was that the day that struck said I don't kill the we texted don't kill the mission yeah my mom might have been I'm not sure Bob look let me focus in on this one here no that was that January fourth that he said on television right they they talk about this is the the White House Paul while on January fifth twenty seventeen that was the day when the chiefs of intelligence agencies briefed top Obama White House officials on their assessment of Russia's meddling in the campaign after the main briefing the president asked DHS and FBI director James Comey to stick around to meet with him along with vice president Biden National Security Advisor Susan writes Yates was taken back when Obama explained that he had learned of the information about Flynn and his conversations with Kislyak she was startled because she later told investigators she had no idea what the president was talking about right remember she was the acting Attorney General the United States yes Yates had to figure things out by listening to the exchanges between president Obama and FBI director call me the latter was not only fully up to speed he was even prepared to suggest a potential crime the Logan act that might fit the facts according to the FBI report which was handed to the justice department's motion to dismiss the plan Kate's case Yates later said she was so surprised by the information she was hearing that she was having a hard time processing it and listening to the conversation at the same time an animal Kerr he writes I'll bet that Yates was in the dark was not the F. B. I.'s fall two days earlier the bureau's then deputy director Andrew McCabe I have briefed assistant Attorney General Mary McCord the head of the DOJ's national security division about the planned discussions evidently not appreciating what the F. B. I. regarded as your agency of the matter McCord did not pass the information along to the acting Attorney General before her White House meeting so here's the point that you're finding out more now and you saw the story about the Washington post right yeah the the reporters and said there's nothing here that's right okay yeah nothing in the Logan act here right easy incoming national security adviser right of course you can talk to somebody else yeah you can talk to you to to foreign leaders of course that's not the Logan act the Logan act which has never been used was about the Logan act if you actually wish to prosecute the Logan act there is one person that stands out as a shining bright light of a law which is probably unconstitutional but has never been challenged because nobody has ever been charged with it John Kerry John Kerry dealing with Iran private citizen without question catch a pair yep but yeah it's a Spanish man at how well informed the bureau was keeping the president calls for revisiting something which I've always called attention before it now seems even more significant when general Flynn was forced to resign as national security adviser after just three weeks on the job The New York Times did its customary deep dive in which seven of its best reporters pressed are well placed sources for details it was a remarkable report which were counted as if it were totally matter of fact that Flynn's communications with Kislyak had been investigated by the FBI in real time consultation with president Obama's aides interesting the FBI tells Obama advisers about Flynn's discussions with the Russian ambassador between this and they're surprised at the Russian dictator did not retaliate when Obama imposed sanctions the Obama advisers dream up a nonexistent pact between trump and the Kremlin collusion and they're already thinking about nailing Flynn on the Logan act an obsolete unconstitutional vestige of the president John Adams administration that has never ever been prosecuted in the history of the justice department what came up we came up with that will miss McCord later told investigators at the Logan act flight originated in the office of Obama's director of national intelligence James clapper specifically proposed by the the general counsel Bob lit obviously on January fifth call me was already discussing it with the Obama while let's look at more the times report on Flynn's downfall but a legal analysis of lens exchange with kids lacked the president's aides consulted the FBI not D. O. J. quote the Obama officials as yet the idea of a quid pro quo have been discussed on the call the answer came back No according to one of the officials who like others asked not to be named discussing delicate communications a topic of sanctions came up they were told that there was no deal so no misconduct to the contrary the incoming national security adviser as to Russian counterpart to discourage his government from escalating tensions which is what we would want any American diplomat to do there was no deal sanctions were merely mention no one would expect since they had just been imposed a plan made no agreement to accommodate the Kremlin in any way but see those are the actual facts who cares what actually happened what matters it turns out is that what Obama advisers and the F. B. I. co creators could imagine it into there must be trump collusion with Russia because we've concluded Putin would otherwise have retaliated if you look at the the the nature of the conversation from what we know and flint and what he told what he advised his liak to do it actually favor the Obama administration because it was that day as you just mentioned that the Obama administration put sanctions on against Russia and we were waiting that morning I I remember because I was actually hosting the WBAP morning news our flagship here in Texas and we were waiting to hear what the Kremlin would do and at first there was one spokesman that initially came out and they implied that they would retaliate it accordingly they would reciprocate and then Putin came out a little while after that and said no no no no all Americans are free to stay here and enjoy the rest of the holiday season because again it was December twenty ninth if you look at the nature of the conversation from what we know of what Michael Flynn told Kislyak on the twenty ninth basically don't rock the boat don't do anything you know over the top that would favor the incoming administration as much as the current that then current administration there was nothing to undermine at all from what we know adult the current administration or any anything the president did at that time the then president Obama did on that day again from what we know I don't see any report of it and this case has been out there well for three years over well a three and a half years now you would think there would be a leak if there were something again that Michael Flynn said because we act on that date December twenty nine twenty sixteen that would undermine what the Obama admin administration it done earlier that morning and so his advice to Kislyak served pretty much all parties involved don't retaliate in a big way don't do anything essentially you know steady as she goes and I'm guessing that's okay by the time and then the and the incoming president when he's president to make a decision on whatever the policy is going to be I guess my point would be then Obama knew all of it yeah and he was if if you look at it at the minimum he he didn't tell them to stop no he didn't say there's nothing here right right right there is nothing here stop the investigation now because what we also didn't hear is that it was on that on January fifth you know something to the effect that he didn't want to know more that part of it you know right yes yeah I didn't want it in other words I guess that's plausible deniability of course at work but actually if I'm sitting there as an outgoing president I'm thinking myself no no no no no no you've got the incoming national security adviser you say in a phone call talking to Kislyak I want to know everything about that phone call I want to know everything about that phone call because I'm still commander in chief for a couple more weeks and I still have to look out for the but see he doesn't think that way didn't think that way then I would want to know everything of what they knew well you don't do that if you're in that setting what do you do instead you have with then FBI director Jim Comey suggesting a possible crime which nobody was in their right mind was about to go after what's going to happen and they're looking to see what they could build in terms of a case against Michael Flynn and then by the time you get to the mall or prosecution which was when he was prosecuted yeah they knew at that point because it was in January twenty seventeen yeah the subs or sense of the dossier is bogus right by the way and that is what legitimized the investigation the Carter page and Paul Manafort yes which they used on what they already knew was false mmhm mmhm yeah and then they knew at that point again they have all the information I here's a question here's a question for you did mother have the original three oh two did he ever ask for did you ever ask for do your habit did he know that it had been changed right did he not yet did he know that the three oh two on file on record was not the original well we now know me the prosecutors are Muller prosecutors where they came from the prosecution came from the Muller investigation those were Muller bread that's on Muller and as we know exculpatory evidence was capped by the way said judge Solomon has to look at this US any Paul said may he might look at it you know today because he's got to sign off on this she said and and policy you know is he will will he have any comments on on he has to sign off on the on on on the estimate on the dismissal yet case yes yes yes that as a technicality knows a good question will Sullivan actually comment on the whole Frank I would love to hear the comments is remember it's the mother that that's as I said the other day on social media that's tainted the Muller investigation completely yeah as that's the Mahler people withheld exculpatory evidence to get the only prosecution relating to anything that could be perceived in any factor and you really can't you know what the conversation was about the Russia collusion well again I mean if you if you look at everything that has been found by now you have to assume more new three oh two and all of it you are we know we didn't yeah how didn't you know but now is I mean that questions legit out there because we know bomber was in the meeting so now he's just become he's he's become a investigative target.

Obama Andrew McCarthy
"miss mccord" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:49 min | 1 year ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So there we are a sought the first time this weekend and the believe me Republicans and conservatives are going to make a great deal of it what did Obama know and when did Obama no it and just reading here Andrew McCarthy talking about you know the the meeting that took place I said generous X. before January fifth January six is when call me went and informed trump I'm no no that was later I believe okay what it what happened general was that the was that the day that struck said I don't kill the they texted don't kill the mission yeah my mom might have but I'm not sure Bob let let me focus in on this one here no that was that January fourth that he said on television right they they talk about this is the the White House power while on January fifth twenty seventeen that was the day when the chiefs of intelligence agencies briefed top Obama White House officials on their assessment of Russia's meddling in the campaign after the main briefing the president asked DHS and FBI director James Comey to stick around to meet with him along with vice president Biden National Security Advisor Susan writes Yates was taken back when Obama explained that he had learned of the information about Flynn and his conversations with Kislyak she was startled because she later told investigators she had no idea what the president was talking about right remember she was the acting Attorney General the United States yes Yates had to figure things out by listening to the exchanges between president Obama and FBI director call me the latter was not only fully up to speed he was even prepared to suggest a potential crime the Logan act that might fit the facts according to the FBI report which was handed to the justice department's motion to dismiss the plan Kate's case Yates later said she was so surprised by the information she was hearing that she was having a hard time processing it and listening to the conversation at the same time and Anna McCarthy writes I'll bet that Yates was in the dark was not the F. B. I.'s fall two days earlier the bureau's then deputy director Andrew McCabe I have briefed assistant Attorney General Mary McCord the head of the DOJ's national security division about the planned discussions evidently not appreciating what the F. B. I. regarded as your agency of the matter McCord did not pass the information along to the acting Attorney General before her White House meeting so here's the point that you're finding out more now and you saw the story about the Washington post right yeah the reporters and said there's nothing here the slogans yeah nothing in the Logan act here right easy incoming national security adviser right of course you can talk to somebody else yeah you can talk to you to to foreign leaders of course that's not the Logan act the Logan act which has never been used was about the Logan act if you actually wish to prosecute the Logan act there is one person that stands out as a shining bright light of a law which is probably unconstitutional but has never been challenged because nobody has ever been charged with that John Kerry John Kerry dealing with Iran private citizen without question catch a pair yep but yeah it's a Spanish man at how well informed the bureau was keeping the president calls for revisiting something which I've always called attention before it now seems even more significant when general Flynn was forced to resign as national security adviser after just three weeks on the job The New York Times did its customary deep dive in which seven of its best reporters pressed are well placed sources for details it was a remarkable report which were counted as if it were totally matter of fact that Flynn's communications with Kislyak had been investigated by the FBI in real time consultation with president Obama's aides interesting the FBI tells Obama advisers about Flynn's discussions with the Russian ambassador between this and their surprise of the Russian dictator did not retaliate when Obama imposed sanctions the Obama advisers dream up a nonexistent pact between trump and the Kremlin collusion and they're already thinking about nailing Flynn on the Logan act an obsolete unconstitutional message of the president John Adams administration that has never ever been prosecuted in the history of the justice department what came up we came up with that will miss McCord later told investigators at the Logan act flyer originated in the office of Obama's director of national intelligence James clapper specifically proposed by the the general counsel Bob lit obviously on January fifth call me was already discussing it with the Obama wow let's look at more of the times report on Flynn's downfall but a legal analysis of planes exchanges with kids lacked the president's aides consulted the FBI not D. O. J. quote the Obama officials asked the FBI if a quid pro quo have been discussed on the call the answer came back No according to one of the officials who like others asked not to be named discussing delicate communications of topic of sanctions came up they were told that there was no deal so no misconduct to the contrary the incoming national security adviser as the Russian counterpart to discourage his government from escalating tensions which is what we would want any American diplomat to do there was no deal sanctions were merely mention no one would expect since they had just been imposed a plan made no agreement to accommodate the Kremlin in any way but see those are the actual facts who cares what actually happened what matters it turns out is that what Obama advisers and the F. B. I. co creators could imagine it into there must be trump collusion with Russia because we've concluded Putin would otherwise have retaliated if you look at the the the nature of the conversation from what we know and flint and what he told what he advised his laid back to do it actually favor the Obama administration because it was that day as you just mentioned that the Obama administration put sanctions on against Russia and we were waiting that morning I I remember because I was actually hosting the WBAP morning news our flagship here in Texas and we were waiting to hear what the Kremlin would do and at first there was one spokesman that initially came out and they implied that they would retaliate it accordingly they would reciprocate and then Putin came out a little while after that and said no no no no all Americans are free to stay here and enjoy the rest of the holiday season because again it was December twenty ninth if you look at the nature of the conversation from what we know of what Michael Flynn told Kislyak on the twenty ninth basically don't rock the boat don't do anything you know over the top that would favor the incoming administration as much as the current that then current administration there was nothing to undermine at all from what we know adult the current administration or any anything the president did at that time the then president Obama did on that day again from what we know I don't see any report of it and this case has been out there well for three years over well a three and a half years now you would think it would be a leak if there were something again that Michael Flynn said because we have on that day December twenty nine twenty sixteen that would undermine what the Obama admin administration had done earlier that morning and so his advice to Kislyak served pretty much all parties involved don't retaliate in a big way don't do anything essentially you know steady as she goes and I'm guessing that's okay by the time and then the and the incoming president when he's president can make a decision on whatever the policy is going to be I guess my point would be then Obama knew all of it yeah and he was if if you look at it at the minimum he he didn't tell them to stop no he didn't say there's nothing here right right right there is nothing here stop the investigation now because what we also didn't hear is that it was on that on January fifth you know something to the effect that he didn't want to know more that part of it you know right yes yeah I didn't want it in other words I guess that's plausible deniability of course at work but actually if I'm sitting there as an outgoing president I'm thinking myself no no no no no no you've got the incoming national security adviser you say in a phone call talking to Kislyak I want to know everything about that phone call I want to know everything about that phone call because I'm still commander in chief for a couple more weeks and I still have to look out for the but see he doesn't think that way didn't think that way then I would want to know everything of what they knew well you don't do that if you're in that setting what do you do instead you have of then FBI director Jim Comey suggesting a possible crime which nobody was in their right mind was about to go after what's gonna happen and they're looking to see what they could build in terms of a case against Michael Flynn and then by the time you get to the mall or prosecution which was when he was prosecuted yeah they knew at that point because it was in January twenty seventeen yeah the subs or sense of the dossier's bogus right by the way and that is what legitimized the investigation the Carter page and Paul Manafort yes we have a used on what they already knew was false yeah and then they knew at that point again they have all the information I here's a question here's a question for you did mother have the original three oh two did he ever ask for did you ever ask for do your habit did he know that it had been changed right did he not yet did he know that the three oh two on file on record was not the original well we now know me the prosecutors are Muller prosecutors where they came from the prosecution came from the Muller investigation those were Muller pride that I'm Muller and as we know exculpatory evidence was capped by the way said judge Solomon has to look at this US any Paul said may he might look at it you know today because he's got to sign off on this she said and and policy yeah is he will will he have any comments on on he has to sign off on the on on on the estimate on the dismissal yet case yes yes yes but as a technicality knows a good question will Solomon actually comment on the whole Frank I would love to hear the comments as remember it's the mother that that's as I said the other day on social media that's tainted the Muller investigation completely out because that's the Mahler people withheld exculpatory evidence to get the only prosecution relating to anything that could be perceived in any factor and you really can't you know what the conversation was about the Russia collusion well again I mean if you if you look at everything that has been found by now you have to assume all our new.

Obama Andrew McCarthy
"miss mccord" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The time so there we are you sought the first time this weekend and the believe me Republicans and conservatives are going to make a great deal of it what did Obama know and when did Obama no it and just reading here Andrew McCarthy talking about you know the the meeting that took place I said generous six before January fifth January six is when call me went and informed trump Aden no no that was later I believe okay what it what happened general was that the was that the day that struck said I don't kill the atex the don't kill the mission yeah my mom might have been I'm not sure Bob let let me focus in on this one here no that was that January fourth that he said don't kill me right they they talk about this is the the White House power while on January fifth twenty seventeen that was the day when the chiefs of intelligence agencies briefed top Obama White House officials on their assessment of Russia's meddling in the campaign after the main briefing the president asked DHS and FBI director James Comey to stick around to meet with him along with vice president Biden National Security Advisor Susan writes Yates was taken back when Obama explained that he had learned of the information about Flynn and his conversations with Kislyak she was startled because she later told investigators she had no idea what the president was talking about right remember she was the acting Attorney General the United States yes Yates had to figure things out by listening to the exchanges between president Obama and FBI director call me the latter was not only fully up to speed he was even prepared to suggest a potential crime the Logan act that might fit the facts according to the FBI report which was handed to the justice department's motion to dismiss the plane Kate's case Yates later said she was so surprised by the information she was hearing that she was having a hard time processing it and listening to the conversation at the same time an animal Kerr he writes I'll bet that you H. was in the dark was not the F. B. I.'s fall two days earlier the bureau's then deputy director Andrew McCabe I have briefed assistant Attorney General Mary McCord the head of the DOJ's national security division about the planned discussions evidently not appreciating what the F. B. I. regarded as your agency of the matter McCord did not pass the information along to the acting Attorney General before her White House meeting so here's the point that you're finding out more now and you saw the story about the Washington post right yeah that the reporters and said there's nothing here that's right okay yeah nothing in the Logan act here right easy incoming national security adviser right of course you can talk to somebody else yeah you can talk to you to to foreign leaders of course that's not the Logan act the Logan act which has never been used was about the Logan act if you actually wish to prosecute the Logan act there is one person that stands out as a shining bright light of a law which is probably unconstitutional but has never been challenged because nobody has ever been charged with it John Kerry John Kerry dealing with Iran private citizen without question catch up there yep but Yates astonishment at how well informed the bureau was keeping the president calls for revisiting something which I've always called attention before it now seems even more significant when general Flynn was forced to resign as national security adviser after just three weeks on the job The New York Times did its customary deep dive in which seven of its best reporters pressed are well placed sources for details it was a remarkable report which were counted as if it were totally matter of fact that Flynn's communications with Kislyak had been investigated by the FBI in real time consultation with president Obama's aides interesting the FBI tells Obama advisers about Flynn's discussions with the Russian ambassador between this and they're surprised at the Russian dictator did not retaliate when Obama imposed sanctions the Obama advisers dream up a nonexistent pact between trump and the Kremlin collusion and they're already thinking about nailing Flynn on the Logan act an obsolete unconstitutional vestige of the president John Adams administration that has never ever been prosecuted in the history of the justice department what came up with who came up with that will miss McCord later told investigators of the Logan act flyer originated in the office of Obama's director of national intelligence James clapper specifically proposed by the the general counsel Bob lit obviously on January fifth call me was already discussing it with the Obama wow let's look at more of the times report on Flynn's downfall the legal analysis of lens exchange with kids lacked the president's aides consulted the FBI not the O. J. quote the Obama officials ask yep yeah I have a quid pro quo have been discussed on the call the answer came back No according to one of the officials who like others asked not to be named discussing delicate communications a topic of sanctions came up they were told that there was no deal so no misconduct to the contrary the incoming national security adviser as the Russian counterpart to discourage his government from escalating tensions which is what we would want any American diplomat to do there was no deal sanctions were merely mention no one would expect since they had just been imposed a plan made no agreement to accommodate the Kremlin in any way but see those are the actual facts who cares what actually happened what matters it turns out is that what Obama advisers and the F. B. I. co creators could imagine it into there must be trump collusion with Russia because we've concluded Putin would otherwise have retaliated if you look at the the nature of the conversation from what we know and flint and what he told what he advised his liak to do it actually favor the Obama administration because it was that day as you just mentioned that the Obama administration put sanctions on against Russia and we were waiting that morning I I remember because I was actually hosting the WBAP morning news our flagship here in Texas and we were waiting to hear what the Kremlin would do and at first there was one spokesman that initially came out and they implied that they would retaliate a ccording way they would.

"miss mccord" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"miss mccord" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Were discussing the game in the fact that my dad goes out to the ball park rolling into Gil gates and cook steaks and I think I was even called my dad taught at one point during the conversation skews me I think he did I swear to god. and those wells ahead. but he's a paraphrase from all our. then he started talking about he Shea Stadium experiences and then as you heard I miss a plane as at the World Trade Center that was the beautiful morning you will remember it well but seventy five degrees and sunny up really does your blue sky now what was different about that morning for us was. ordinarily in that studio you had I miss McCord and me in one studio and Bernard and little in the other studio on the quote unquote other side of the glass but that morning mark Chernoff who to this day still runs. W. a fan he was in but Nords place because Bernie was out on the street it was up the primary for the mayor of mayoral primary and he was out on the street interviewing New York because as a walking up and down the street about the primary for the mayor to but no one was not in studio but never the less was certainly a part of the show that day until of course the second plane hit and that's when not only did the Imus show and at the end change that day but the whole world changed and it's been that way Bernie for eighteen years certainly has and we were reminded I was anyway this morning that Khalid Sheik Muhammad the master mind does go on trial until January of next year he still hasn't been tried we we messed him up was in some of bin laden the mastermind Osama was the mastermind yeah he was the technical master mode yeah let's put it that way yeah and he he sits in Guantanamo and and he's gonna come up to Manhattan in January. and be tried that he's a he's sold a justice still hasn't been served completely in this case anyway I yes I remember that day like it was yesterday. hate to think about it I was as you point out up at ninety six and Broadway my hood taking the pulse of the people yeah where you live now yeah exactly right yeah and we are we we were interviewing people on the street the first plane hit they thought all was probably as a stray rolled plane or something wasn't right after the former New York Yankee pitcher Cory Lytle was liable for it after we got a small plane hit an apartment building in New York City and he died but for the Yankees I believe he was after he was after I believe so okay yeah so you're right we we we we didn't win even stop doing it just so you know we don't play anymore if the I'm a says a plane hit the World Trade Center we did continue after that to discuss the giants who was like all my god want to attack that didn't happen right until the second plane hit exactly and that's when the MSNBC people told us we're packing today and looks like it was a terrorist attack and we're out here I hadn't headed north because I couldn't get back across the fifty ninth street bridge of the Triborough edges headed north to whatever and stayed somewhere Westchester county until late that night to let you get back to Long Island and my home end of Corey long by the way it was two thousand six okay was out long after I remember calling Danielle because Danielle worked across the street directly across the street Bernie from the Empire State Building and I started thinking to myself okay here we go they're going to hit the White House with a dog I think they tried to do with flight ninety three they're gonna hit the Pentagon which they did they're going to hit the World Trade Center all these big you know important American buildings are gonna hit him so according I said get the hell out of there and she did and she got outside just in time to actually see the north tower collapsed she saw that her eyes first hand. and I remember Daniels best friend this call page at the time. she was dating this guy Michael and up Michael's brother worked at cantor fitzgerald and when I was finally able to get back from Astoria queens that's were burning I've worked back then but he was on the Upper West Side that day but we worked in Astoria queens what is funny with the get back from Astoria queens of the city which took me hours and hours then I headed to pages apartment with her boyfriend Michael on the Upper East Side to wait for the phone call that his brother was in fact okay. but of course you know the phone call never came because you know what happened I can if it's genuine so we said that's a Levin o'clock that night and but Levin fifteen he started to cry and when I when I say cry I mean uncontrollable just pulling and that's one of a million of those stories we left about eleven thirty that night. and started walking back from east eighty third street toward appointment on twenty first an eighth in Chelsea yeah listen you know it's struck me that when I was driving away from ninety six than Broadway where we were as I was heading north there were many many hundreds of cars with sirens on them heading south in other words they were heading to the danger as I was going the it in the opposite direction. and to this day that's we talk about with first responders that was that's what they do they they head towards danger as recently as the Dayton Ohio police shooting those first responders as well were honored earlier this week at the White House a that's what we have to remember that's we have these people that that that will risk their lives and run towards the danger while we run away from it and we can never forget that night and be it's we have to be eternally grateful when other things happen you have to remember those of you guys those are the guys that will save your life the thin blue line is bill Barr said the other day that will protect you from whatever they can to try to protect you from and so a lot of those guys that were heading south I'm sure died died yes a lot of folks are these firemen and cops and you guys are running up the stairs as the buildings were coming down you can mention not enough I don't care if it's eighteen years or a hundred years I can also struck me I was talking to Daniel last night was the very next morning I mean you can still hear those firemen alarms going off and that's smell that I was on the west side highway the next morning you can smell it blocks and blocks away. but I remember was unseasonably warm the next day to was a warm morning kinda humid muggy and we went to the diner close by very close to actually ground zero Dale and I so we had breakfast and I remember the cover of the New York Post I will never forget it and it was a picture of a body in the sky no I didn't know at the time of course not the joy anybody else on nine eleven we knew there was devastation there was a lot of deaths we just figured people got blown off or they died in the building but we started to become aware the next day of how many folks actually jumped out of the building would rather die that way can be burned alive by jet fuel lot of folks will tell you that with their own pretty karakul be here today that was the worst part of the day for them the actual jumpers that decided I'd rather die this way yeah it's still to this day hi Keith I mean hard to think about hard to watch video of it. and though they say the the sound of the bodies hitting the sidewalk was just deafening yeah that's how Mychal judge died the yep the priest near close to well Bernie Kerik I believe he was sitting with Bernie moody guiliani there's three of them I believe we're sitting together downstairs in the in the first four ground zero one of those buildings and a jump rope lily landed on Mychal judge well I could be wrong Bernie Kerik will give us the details will be here today along with Ron insana Mister money guy pro C. N. B. C. he's got a harrowing story on that day as well congressman Peter king will be here the football coach of the giants he's got some story told you this yesterday when the giants got back from that game against the Broncos early Tuesday morning and they finally landed in New Jersey they point the plane they point the plane right next to the United flight ninety three which would take off minutes later and of course what he believes it crashed a was shot down that was the plane that went down in Shanksville Pennsylvania and Jim bustle and the giants park right next to that plane when they got back from Denver. just a still gives you goose bumps and I don't know the tragedy today this is this is fresh in my mind as it was today as it was eighteen years ago it was and you know we'll talk to a bunch of people doing Jackson will also a guy that you met Bernie or a pretty another here all right on that day twenty Jackson well he was there he was I don't know if it necessarily here he was a hero in twenty ten when he was a street vendor up in Times Square any alerted the police to van that had a couple of blocks bombs in it right and those police follow that van in court these terrorists with the bombs before they were were able to do anything with it in twenty ten believe it or not was a kia he'll be here Tom Sullivan may stop by is to you member time he ran for office in queens last year and he was a hero that day he in fact did pull bodies or and people survived because of his work in the building that day is also a war hero mind you serve time in Afghanistan well the big stories you will cover today of course John Bolton is out president trump now one is fourth national security adviser and a big win for Donald Trump Bernie in North Carolina with bishop getting the win and the Antonio brown story with the wrong the patriots gets even worse as now they're all rape charges that have come up one day after the patriots gave Antonio brown fifteen million dollars ten of which is guaranteed one eight hundred eight four eight W. 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Bernie World Trade Center Gil gates Shea Stadium New York mark Chernoff McCord Bernard Nords eighteen years one eight hundred eight four e fifteen million dollars seventy five degrees hundred years one day