20 Burst results for "Mr Costa"

Portugal's Socialists prepare 4 more years in government

All Of It

01:29 min | 11 months ago

Portugal's Socialists prepare 4 more years in government

"Portugal's prime minister on to a new question has won the general election but his Socialist Party has fallen short of an outright majority and may have to form either a minority or coalition government for the past four years Mr Costa has been working in an alliance with too far left parties which succeeded against the expectations of many and reversing austerity measures and stimulating the economy I asked our correspondent in Lisbon Alison Roberts with these results would be seen as a decisive victory for the socialists there was a point during the election campaign when the session is faulty looked as though it might even gets a majority on its own in parliament set but that faded and in the last few days it it was clear that the the session is wouldn't get a majority but that they would be considerably strengthened and I think I what's clear from these results is that the Socialist Party has seen its hand strengthens the main center right Social Democratic Party is much weakened as these eight small a former partner the people's policy and the socialist policies partners of the last four years I've actually lost votes and seats now in his victory speech the prime minister said that their vote was consolidated I think that was essentially sparing that blushes I given that he's going to be talking to them in the next few days to try and repeat the same trick that he did four years ago and secure parliamentary support for his main measures while still remaining a minority

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"mr costa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"That press conference yesterday in which he defended his role in the Jeffrey abstain child sex abuse case in Florida CBS news legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins CBS this morning to analyze a constant stance on the issue and how it affects the investigation moving forward when he talks about the fact that the environment for women was different in two thousand seven then it is in two thousand nineteen these are children for heaven's sake there is no way that we treated as prosecutors children differently in two thousand seven then in two thousand nineteen our job was to protect them our job was to get them ready for trial I not only prosecuted these cases I intend to thousand seven I'm serving on the board of the rape treatment center in California in Los Angeles we made sure that child victims felt supported we didn't just send an FBI agent or cop out to see them and they said I don't want to go through with this and then just say okay and that's what happened here Rick it want to look at some reporting the Miami Herald did about this secret plea deal that a cost a negotiated with Jay Lefcourt's abstains lawyer who is a former colleague of a cost AS and they reported that a Costa allowed and steams lawyers unusual freedom and dictating the terms of the non prosecution agreement how unusual do you think it is I think it's unusual because he was intimidated by the strength of these lawyers after member there was Ken Starr there there was Alan Dershowitz they are you know these are hard cases I agree that's maybe the one thing I agree with the cost about that they're hard cases well when I was young prosecutor and I mean young we relish the idea that the best and the toughest in the war as with the great reputation defense lawyers were coming in because we wanted to try cases against that we were not intimidated Acosta cold in a roll of the dice but there was a fifty three page indictment prepared well by the way all trials are a roll of the dice you can never guarantee a juror's verdict but the time is that that's your job what she did you know there was no statute of limitations here at sex trafficking at that time so what he did is he takes a non prosecution agreement agreement and shot it down for heaven's sake Jeffrey Berman now in the Southern District of New York talk about the opposite he's calling for victims to come forward it was an emergency they didn't have to do a non prosecution agreement you have dozens of victims here you have a constant delaying telling them about this plea deal and them seeking restitution what do you make of that well the judge in a Florida judge mera has declared that that was illegal the judge in Florida is trying to find a sanction against the government so I don't think that we can take Mr Costa's work for this and I'm very glad that the Palm Beach state's attorney came out and said look he was in Superman this is my words at his he didn't get an escape and fly over and save the day to be a hero he tried to portray himself as a mother it sounds like you're saying he wasn't up to the job I think she was not CBS news legal analyst Rikki Klieman speaking on CBS this morning up next tropical storm berry having an impact on the oil operations in the goals we talk about it live with an expert after traffic and.

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Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta Defends Handling of Epstein Case

WSJ What's News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta Defends Handling of Epstein Case

"This week federal prosecutors in new york charged the hedge fund manager jeffrey epstein with two counts related to sex trafficking of minors although he's pled not guilty now labor secretary alexander acosta's defending how he handled mr epsteins case ten years ago when he was the uss attorney in miami back then mr costa struck a deal with mr epstein the critics now have said was too lenient democrats are calling for his resignation on twitter mr costa's said quote with evidence available more than a decade ago federal prosecutors insisted that epstein go to jail register as a sex offender end put the world on notice that he was a sexual predator mr costa's said he supported the fresh effort by prosecutors to quote more fully bring him to

"mr costa" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Okay. Where were we before the break? We're talking about the president and facts or in a couple of things left hanging on the Richard Jewell story. Yes. In one thousand nine hundred eighty seven the Braves played the Marlins in the National League championship series, which happened to be on NBC. So only talking about a year later. Post olympics. And so I'm broadcasting the game the stage manager taps you on the shoulder. As we go to commercial between innings, and he says, Mr. Costas Richard jewel is outside the broadcast booth. He liked to come in and speak with you. Wow. And I said, okay. Next half inning bring him down. And so we go to another commercial and Richard jewel enters the booth very unassuming shy man who has since passed away, by the way died when he was still in his forties. And this is what he says to me verbatim. Mr costa's. And that's how we address me Mr. Costas. I just wanna thank you for what you did at the Olympics. And my mother wants to thank you to. And you realize that you have a certain responsibility, which we all carry out imperfectly, but you're you're aiming for an ideal of not only being factual but being fair because you affect people's lives in van way or another at least you can as. A matter of fact, speaking of phone calls weren't you once in the NBA finals in nineteen ninety four. Yeah. During the car chase. If you call it that between OJ Simpson and the long arm of the law and from his Bronco OJ called you. Yeah. I apologize. If people have heard the story before, but I have not it's the it's the way it happens game five of the NBA finals between the rockets and the Knicks at Madison Square Garden, so I'm hosting it. And this Bronco chases unfolding, and everyone will remember this that it seemed like every single American was watching it. It was on every network as the Bronco went down the four zero five at like thirty miles an hour, and he's in the backseat and a c Cowlings his friend former teammate with the Buffalo Bills is with him. And according to a C as he's communicating with the police OJ has a gun to his head. So I find out subsequently that. He tried to reach me. He had like an early cell phone a car phone, and I was in whatever the Rolodex is for that kind of mechanism and he called my house here in Saint Louis. No, one was home no answering machine. So it must have wrong and wrong. And then he had the number of the studio at NBC, and he called because he had worked with me on the NFL show same studio for the NBA, but we were doing it because it was the finals we were doing it from Madison Square Garden. So there was no one really in the studio. So he calls and an engineer picked up the phone studio. Three b. Is Bob Costas there. No, he's not I need to speak to Bob Costas. Well, he's not here. He's at Madison Square Garden, I have to speak to him. Now. Who's calling OJ Simpson? Yeah. Right. Click and the tech hangs up on him. So that was on a Friday. The Knicks win the game we go back to Houston. The Knicks are up three to Houston wins on Sunday. Three three game seven not to Wednesday. So I'm hanging around the hotel in Houston. And the phone rings. And it's a woman from time magazine conversation lasts less than a minute. She says we hear that OJ Simpson. Tried to call you from the Bronco I answer. Truthfully. I think of the time. No that didn't happen. Thanks for calling. Bye. That's the end of it. Now fast forward to November of ninety four. He's in the LA county jail. But the trial doesn't start until January. And I get word that he wants to see me. So I have the next time. I'm in LA, another footnote Robert Kardashian who was part of his legal team that don't we comes to pick me up at the hotel. And I'm going to go to the LA county jail and visit with OJ, but from there, I've got to hop of flight to San Francisco to do some forty Niners interviews, and in my rush because you know, I tend to be not punctual. So when my rush to get downstairs where Mr. Kardashian is waiting for me. I'm throwing stuff into the kit. And wouldn't you know, what I stick my hand in the Dopp kit, and there's an expose razor, and it slices my index finger, no. No lie it slices by index finger so now, I gotta run down to the gift shop at the hotel and get some gauze and some band aids to wrap the thing up because you know, how these razor cuts are they use blood for awhile. All right. So now, I get in the car with Kardashian, and he brings the LA county jail. You walk past all the reporters who were still hanging around there. And then we go, and it's me. A Kardashian didn't come in a c Cowlings. An OJ whom they bring around the corner. And he's wearing a blue prison jumpsuit looked to me like he lost about twenty pounds. But his personality was eerily intact. So as he comes around the corner, and he's moving toward where he's going to sit down. He goes Bob Kostas just like I was walking into studio. Three b and he sits down, and he says Bob their dog and me, and I said, well, I guess so juice, and he says, well, this is a hell of a way to get out of having to go to buffalo for another. Cornelius Bennett feature. Like, he's joking around. Unbelievable. So so now, they take the shackles off except for one on his ankle, which they shackled to the leg of the chair and the way you shake hands with somebody has a glass partition, you put your hand up against there's and as I did. So he sees the gauze, and he sees a little bit of blood. And I swear this is what he says, wait a minute. Wait a minute. You did it hilarious. And then he goes on from there in this conversation to try and convince me that he didn't. And I'm noncommittal I'm thinking, maybe a trial something that mitigates his involvement would come out maybe one chance on a hundred of that. And he saying things like, Bob, you know, me, I'm a smart guy. If I was going to commit a murder, I wouldn't leave a glove. I wouldn't do that. And unthinking once she crossed that line. All bets are off concerning your previous patterns of behavior were in no man's land. Here that was the last time I ever saw. Saw or spoke to him. But he explained to me during the conversation that the reason why he had called and Cowlings confirmed that he did the reason he called was because he felt that he was wasn't getting fair shake in the press not so much concerning the crime, but what kind of person he was he was he was his character was being assassinated. And he thought that I would be a friendly voice. And I would interview him or whatever. Now, if he had gotten through obviously, we would have attempted to patch him on the air, and that would have been one of the most I guess memorable moments in the history of American television because I would have had to have asked him OJ. No matter how answer did you do it? And if he didn't do it. Why would you run have the wherewithal you could defend yourself? You should be screaming from the rooftops that you're an innocent. Man amazing story, you were a friend of his didn't you guys like go to Broadway shows together whenever I never went to a Broadway show. But we went to dinner many times we've played golf many times. You wanna know something which you may find amazing overused word, I know in two thousand nineteen but recently, I was listening once again to an old interview that Kevin Horrigan, and I had conducted with Robert macneil, Robin macneil who was the host of the macneil Lehrer NewsHour. Yeah. And we're asking him why on your PBS news hour. Have you never discussed the OJ case? And he just thought it was kind of tawdry and below the seriousness of real stories. My how far we've come. You know, I would dispute Mr. McNeil who was a very very esteemed journalists stipulate that if you're just talking about the day to day speculation of the kind of court TV stuff during the trial. I think that would not have been appropriate for the PBS NewsHour. They're more high-minded than that. However, there was a story there about race in America about policing, the LAPD's previous true problems with the African American community. Obviously impacted this case where an obviously guilty man was acquitted, but it didn't happen in a vacuum. Those things could have been discussed and would have been completely pertinent on the PBS NewsHour, and no doubt. But we have times have changed in his book who killed CBS. Peter Boyer says, and I I wasn't I wasn't watching Walter Cronkite that night, but in August, nineteen seventy seven when Elvis died apparently Cronkite didn't cover the story. Till the sixteenth or seventeenth minute of the newscast. Yeah. Yeah. I remember having those conversations with the producers at later, and I'm not comparing the importance of that program to Walter Cronkite s- evening newscasts, but when we did that show between eighty eight and ninety four and we talked about the guest list. One of the things that came up was at that time. That's interesting now because now the venerable Bob Costas, but I was young. I was in my thirties, and my cultural frame of reference was different, you know, and the whole I remember the conversation being if this show was hosted by someone who was a generation older than you. He would wonder why you want ROY orbison on the show? Now, ROY orbison was still alive. And I put him on the show. People would say, thank you grandpa. You know, who's next new Christy minstrels and didn't one time you tell the folks at CNN. Thank you. But I prefer not to do the Larry King show tonight. Yes. Can we hold that story through this? And we'll find out why. Okay. How about that? For you still have to get to my. Personal interactions with Donald Trump. I forgot about that. We're bearing the lead just like Cronkite did in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven the up-close now. All shook up. Oh, that's good. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you. Bob Costas is with us till eleven o'clock today. We're so glad about that. And we thank everybody for joining us on. This Reverend Dr Martin Luther King junior day. And if you have any concerns about your eyes, and why not they are one of your five senses. Are maybe six who knows contact the doctors doctors Greg birdie runs Maho Robert Brazilian, Andrew Royer. It's where I got my new glasses. In fact, I've been a patient there for about twenty years got Lasix surgery. They're seventeen and a half years ago. And then just recently got a new I examined their fitting me with some glasses for nighttime driving as well as some reading the only problem with these new glasses is that you can't read in bed with them. So I sought to get the old readers. I don't know why. But when you're like lying on a pillow if. You have pillow. If you have the glasses that allow you see three different ways. It's just more difficult. Do do you wear glasses by chance? Bob, I do..

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Labor Secretary Says $15 Minimum Wage Would Kill Jobs

WSJ What's News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Labor Secretary Says $15 Minimum Wage Would Kill Jobs

"Labor. Secretary Alexander cost told the Wall Street Journal that more than doubling the federal minimum wage would result in a loss of jobs in the US this week Democrats in congress proposed increasing the pay Florida fifteen dollars an hour from seven twenty five, but Mr Costa said dramatically increasing the minimum wage would threaten to end long stretch of job creation and hurt the US

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"mr costa" Discussed on X96

X96

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on X96

"October. Really he puts on a really good show hurled concert theater at the poems. We had him here. Bills interviewed him when he came through. Here was very pleasant and really nice and does a great show. Yeah. Yeah. He's does. I think maybe we should go down to Las Vegas and see you. Oh. Hotwheel city hot little kitty. Yeah. Let's see. White House must restore press credentials for CNN's. Jim Acosta Mukasa go. Federal judge. He probably would he's he's a bit of a hothead you'd have to admit on Friday. He'd record White House to restore the press credentials of Jim Acosta of CNN wrong. A win for media advocates in news organizations in a major legal test oppress rights under President Trump, the revocation of Mr Costa's press badge which grants access to. To the White House grounds came after a testy exchange with Trump during a news conference last week. The episode grow grew into a legal showdown over juvenile stability to report on a president who regularly denigrates their work as fake news. The ruling from judge Timothy j Kelly activist judge appointed by Trump of federal district court in Washington was viewed as a victory for journalism and a timely reminder oppress press freedoms that advocates say have recently come under threat CNN had argued that Mr Costa's, free speech and due process rights were violated warning that a president should not be allowed to pick. And choose who reports on him. I'm president and you're not that's right. The administration contended the president's enjoy broad discretion to bar journalists from the White House and that Mr Costa's barbed questioning and refusal to yield his microphone was boorish. And disrespectful. You know, what I'm not going to get into it. Because we won. It doesn't matter. We won. Judge Kelley's decision came in response to CNN's requests for an emergency order, restoring a Costa's credentials other legal issues raised by the suit CNN versus Donald J Trump which the network filed this week were expected to be addressed in subsequent hearing. So they just ruled on that part of it that he could get his credentials back. Sure, she's shocked that I picked her. The state of shock. I'm not thinking. But that's okay. I know you're thinking you'd never do. Sorry. Go ahead. God..

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"mr costa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Let's take a look. We went through the the Olsen Boutros Boutros Boutros Ghali was at a very bad. Brief in my view. But who knows what the judge? But here's the response. I haven't read it to myself yet. I just saw it. So I'm going to read it to as I go through it. Here's their background their recitation of facts. Let's see if it's better than the Boutros Olsen recitation, which was really quite misleading. Many reporters cover the White House for a range of local national international news outlets. A subset of those reporters have access to facilities within the White House complex access that requires certain credentials. After completing a secret service background check a reporter may then be approved by the White House for a so-called hard pass, which allows access to the White House complex briefing room. So he just learned more you just learn more from that. Then you did at any other time. On November seven two thousand eighteen President Trump held a press conference to discuss the two thousand eighteen midterm elections. One of the attendees was Jim Acosta chief White House correspondent for CNN who how hard pass at that time. At that press conference as reported in a statement by press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, quote after Mr Casa asked the president to questions each of which the president answered he physically refused to surrender a White House microphone to an intern. So that other reporters might ask their questions, unquote. So true. Mr. Kossi quote held onto the microphone on quote after a White House staffer had put her hands on the microphone and attempted to. Reclaim it. Later that day press secretary Sanders announced that Mr Costa's hard pass had been suspended until further notice. She stated, quote, Mr Costa's conduct is absolutely unacceptable. Does also completely disrespectful to the reporters. Colleagues. Not to allow them an opportunity to ask a question following that action Mr. Kostas application for a day pass on November two thousand eighteen was rejected. He was not permitted access to the president's events during a trip to Paris the following day. Also, November eight CNN send the White House say later, a Mr Costa's behalf responding to a suspension on conduct grounds in that letter CNN asserted that quote, the nature and tone of Mr Costa's questions was appropriate and newsworthy. Wait a minute. So it's tone was newsworthy following that letter. The press secretary further explained the decision in a written statement released on November thirteen they quoted we don't need. Plaintiffs Mr. kosten CNN filed a complaint emotion for preliminary injunction and emotion for a temporary restraining order November thirteen twenty eighteen. This court is scheduled or argument on plaintiff's motion for a temporary restraining owner for the afternoon of a number fourteen. No, you have so-called legal experts who are not many of whom have never actually practice federal constitutional law where saying this is a slam dunk CNN will win what they're trying to do. Ladies and gentlemen, is influenced the outcome. That's what they're trying to do. So here's part of the argument. By the administration, the standard for issuance of the extraordinary and drastic remedy of a temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction is very high. They're citing court decisions. An interim injunction is never awarded as of right? And they go on and tear is very difficult to get. I mean, it really has to be mad as related to public safety and so forth. Plaintiffs are not likely to see a succeed on their first amendment claim. The president is broad discretion in granting White House access to journalists. The first amendment does not restrict the president's ability to determine the terms on which he does or does not engage with particular journalists as the DC circuit recognized in Cheryl versus night, citing the same case at Ted and Ted cited the principal case on which plaintiffs rely the president may, of course, grant interviews are briefings was selected journalists and deny that opportunity to others. Any other result would certainly be unreasonable. The president may choose the journalists. He calls on this is their brief now at a press conference or which journalists he invites to an interview in the Oval Office or a press conference. Just a large form interview in the East Room that discretion extends to his White House staff. The president is free to instruct White House officials to respond, positively to particular journalists request for information interviews or or questions, and he's equally free to instruct White House officials to do the opposite by declining similar requests from different journalist. If the rule were otherwise courts frequently would be caught these are arguments we made here last night. Courts would frequently be called on to police the daily give and take between public officials and reporters an arena that is defined by discretion. And where let's see and where public officials routinely grant or deny interviews to specific reporters based on their judgment about how the reporters viewpoints, what color the interview, this is a fact which I pointed out last night that concern led the fourth circuit to uphold the governor of Maryland's decision to prohibit everyone in the executive department or agency quote from speaking to reporters from the Baltimore Sun. In reaching. Now. Here's my question to you. If you're going to have people who call themselves legal experts on the subject on TV. Why haven't they cited? This information. In reaching that conclusion the court explained that providing relatively lesson formation to one reporter was permissible even when done on account of that journalists reporting such decisions regarding the level of access. A journalist receives the public officials are a pervasive feature of journalism and journalists interactions with government. More broadly. There is no first amendment right of access to the White House. Another point I under scored. Last evening as the supreme court recognized decades ago, even though any restriction on a citizens access to the White House diminishes the citizens opportunities to gather information, he might find relevant to his opinion of the way the country's being run excuse me. That does not make entry into the White House a first amendment, right? That's a supreme court decision from nineteen sixty five. The president is generally free to open the White House doors to political allies in the hopes of furthering particular agenda, and he is equally free to invite in only political foes in the hopes of convincing them of his position the first amendment. Simply does not regulate these decisions and the first amendment does not impose stricter requirements when journalists as a subset of the public are granted or denied access to the White House. The supreme court reinforce that. The press does not receive special treatment for first amendment purposes in citizens United versus Federal Election Commission of twenty ten. The court said we've consistently rejected the proposition that the institutional press has any constitutional privilege beyond that of other speakers a rule that limits. The White House's discretion to grant or deny journalists hard passes with us requiring the White House to grant full access to any member of the public who would like to ask the president or his staff questions. You see this is a grown-up brief it's not a slapdash sloppy brief like Boutros and Olsen file it may not matter depending on who the judges are. And where their heads are at. But it matters to you and me because we own this country, not them. Plaintiffs argument to the contrary rest, primarily on the Cheryl case, the only DC circuit case, they cite regarding press access to the White House plaintiffs rely on Cheryl for the broad proposition that press access should not be denied arbitrarily are for less than compelling reasons. But Cheryl is not so broad in. That case the soul question was whether the secret service had permissively denied a heart passed away journalist who the parties agreed was otherwise eligible to receive it for concerns over presidential security. The denial resulted solely from the determination of the secret service after investigating Mr. Cheryl that he not be issued to pass the court noted quote that all parties to this case recognize the right of a journalist White House press pass assuming that the journalists satisfies some basic objective criteria, and it's not a source of potential danger to the president or his family. The particular question. The court had to answer was thus what standards govern the secret services denial of a hard pass based on security reasons. In this case by contrast is not conceded that Mr. Kosta is an otherwise eligible journalists. The president has his designated in the White House press office, they've exercise their discretion not to engage with him and by extension to no longer grant him on demand access to the White House complex. So that he can attempt to interact with the president or White House officials. Unlike the situation in Cheryl. Well, only the secret service was objecting to the issuance of the past to the reporter, the White House press office has objected and that's does not recognize the right of a journalist to a White House press pass in all cases, absent a demonstrated security threat put differently stick with me put differently defendants do not concede. And in fact, reject the premise that the White House press facilities are perceived as being open to all bona fide Washington-based journalists such a conclusion is untenable in light of the numerous discretionary determinations. The White House press office must make in allocating hard passes to a subset of bona fide Washington-based journalists, for example, the degree to which the request beat requires reporting on the White House whether request or is a journalist where they sufficiently brought audience whether hard passes are fairly distributed between comparable, organizations, etc. Therefore, the premise on which the DC circuits at Cheryl depends doesn't exist here. And notice they've been waving it around on cable TV back Cheryl decision. And what did I tell you? That is a DC circuit decision of limited use. And that's all I've got right now. More when I return. The Mark Levin show on WCBS them. It's so nice now that the sleep cheers. We got the kids are house a stable income checking off all the boxes, but there's one box. We haven't checked off what's life insurance? We don't need to think about that..

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"mr costa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Pass, it's clear was based on the content of is reporting. The fact that he was asking you. This is what they want the court the content of the reporting. Not his conduct the content on the reporting not his conduct. Personal. He's not reporting. There's no reporting going on. He's arguing over a term with the president United States, the president answered it, but he didn't accept the answer president answered again. But he didn't accept the answer. Then he went on to question. Number two. Then question number three. Then question number four. It's his conduct. Mr boutros. You wouldn't dare conduct yourself this way in federal court would you and when you go into federal court and the next day or two you're not gonna conduct yourself like the Jim Acosta of the legal profession aria. Why is that? Because they'll get thrown out on his ass, and these judges and justices wouldn't tolerate for one second the kind of conduct that took place at that press conference. Not for a second. We're not electric where lifetime appointments where Judy. That's not the point. The president is holding a press conference. He's not hiding from the press one hundred and fifty members of the press, they're including many who've been on TV who have called him Hitler racist liar. Misogynous every not every word in the book. They're sitting there April Ryan that guy. Peter what's his face a whole bunch of them even other reporters from CNN others? Others. The first amendment does not give a property right to a seat and a hard pass to mister Acosta. The nation is not threatened in any respect the constitution the first amendment freedom of the press by Mr Costa's absence. As a matter of fact, it's improved because more reporters can ask more questions of the president. When Mr Costa's not there. Go ahead. Tough questions and has been doing that. The all right. Forget it. This guy. These are hired mouthpieces. That's what they are. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm..

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"mr costa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Look at news headlines one hundred and fifteenth congress is back plenty to do. We'll hear from Senate leaders and house members in just a bit. Amazon today announcing its decision on its so-called HQ to dividing the headquarters between New York and northern Virginia. Each will get twenty five thousand jobs, they will also open an operations hub in Nashville reading five thousand jobs. They hold reports sent Representative elect Alexandria, Cossio Cortez of New York criticize Amazon today, arguing it will hurt the local community in the New York City bureau. She tweeted we've been getting calls and outreach. From queens residents all day about this. The community's response outrage also today CNN CNN announcing they are suing the Trump administration demanding that correspondent Jim Acosta's credentials to cover the White House be returned because they're revocation violates the constitutional right of freedom of the press. The administration strip Mr. accost of his pass to enter the White House following. Donald Trump's news conference last week where Mr Costa refused to give up the microphone White House. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders said quote, this is just more grandstanding from CNN, and we will vigorously defend against his lawsuit. Well, congress has backed the lame duck session in one of the newly elected members of the US house. Representative you lacked Veronica Escobar, Texas. She won the seat in the sixteenth congressional district formerly held by Iraq. Who of course, lost Ted Cruz in the Texas Senate race miss Escobar was asked who she supports in the upcoming democratic leadership elections. I am the newest member.

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"mr costa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Mr Costa's press pass, it's clear was based on the content of his reporting. The fact that he was asking you see this is what they want the court to the content of the reporting. Not his conduct. The content on the reporting not as conduct. First of all, he's not reporting. There's no reporting going on. He's arguing over term with the president United States, the president answered it, but he didn't accept the answer president answered again. But he didn't accept the answer. Then he went on to question. Number two. Then question number three. Then question number four. It's his conduct. Mr boutros. You wouldn't dare conduct yourself this way in federal court would you and when you go into federal court and the next day or two you're not gonna conduct yourself like the Jim Acosta of the legal profession, are you? Why is that? Because we'll get thrown out on his ass. And these judges injustices wouldn't tolerate for one second that kind of conduct that took place at that press conference. Not for a second. We're not elector where lifetime appointments where Judah that's not the point. The president is holding a press conference. He's not hiding from the press. There are one hundred and fifty members of the press they're including many who've been on TV who called him Hitler racist liar. Misogynist, every know every word in the book. They're sitting there April Ryan that guy. Peter what's his face a whole bunch of them even other reporters from CNN others? Others. The first amendment does not give a property right to a seat and a heart past Mr. Kosta. The nation is not threatened in any respect the constitution the first amendment freedom of the press by Mr Costa's absence. As a matter of fact, it's improved because more reporters can ask more questions of the president. When Mr Costa's not there. Go ahead. Tough questions and has been doing that the all right. Forget it. This guy. These are hired mouthpieces. That's what they are. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm..

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"mr costa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Press pass, it's clear was based on the content of his reporting. The fact that he's asking you this is what they want the court the content of the reporting. Not his conduct. The content on the reporting not as conduct. First of all, he's not reporting. There's no reporting going on. He's arguing over term with the president United States, the president answered it, but he didn't accept the answer president answered again. But he didn't accept the answer. Then he went on to question. Number two. Then question number three. Then question number four. It's his conduct. Mr boutros. You wouldn't dare conduct yourself this way in federal court would you and when you go into federal court in the next day or two you're not gonna conduct yourself like the Jim Acosta of the legal profession, are you? Why is that? Because they'll get thrown out on his ass. And these judges injustices what tolerate for one second that kind of conduct that took place at that press conference. Not for a second. We're not elector where lifetime appointments Judah. That's not the point. The president is holding a press conference. He's not hiding from the press. There are one hundred and fifty members of the press they're including many who've been on TV, call him Hitler racist liar. Misogynist, every know every word in the book. They're sitting there April Ryan that guy. Peter what's his face a whole bunch of them even other reporters from CNN others? Others. The first amendment does not give a property right to a seat and a hard pass to mister Acosta. The nation is not threatened in any respect the constitution the first amendment freedom of the press. I Mr Costa's absence. As a matter of fact, it's improved because more reporters can ask more questions of the president. When Mr Costa's not there. Go ahead. Tough questions and has been doing that. All right. Forget it. This guy. These are hired mouthpieces. That's what they are. I'll be right back..

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"mr costa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mr Costa's his press pass. It's clear was based on the content of is reporting. The fact that he was asking you this is what they want the court that the content of the reporting. Not his conduct the content on the reporting not as conduct. I will he's not reporting. There's no reporting going on. He's arguing over a term with the president United States, the president answered it, but he didn't accept the answer president answered again. But he didn't accept the answer. Then he went on to question. Number two. Then question number three. Then question number four. It's his conduct. Mr boutros. You wouldn't dare conduct yourself this way in federal court would you and when you go into federal court and the next day or two you're not gonna conduct yourself like the Jim Acosta of the legal profession, are you? Why is that? Because I get thrown out on his ass, and these judges and justices wouldn't tolerate for one second the kind of conduct that took place at that press conference. Not for a second. We're not elector where lifetime appointments where that's not the point. The president is holding a press conference. He's not hiding from the press. There are one hundred and fifty members of the press they're including many who've been on TV who have called him Hitler racist liar. Misogynist, every know every word in the book. They're sitting there April Ryan that guy. Peter what's his face a whole bunch of them even other reporters from CNN others? Others. The first amendment does not give a property, right? To a seat a heart passed a mister Acosta. The nation is not threatened in any respect the constitution the first amendment freedom of the press by Mr Costa's absence. As a matter of fact, it's improved because more reporters can ask more questions of the president. When Mr. cost is not there. Go ahead. Tough questions and has been doing that. The all right. Forget it. This guy. These are hired mouthpieces. That's what they are. I'll be right back..

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"mr costa" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on KNSS

"The content on the reporting not his conduct. First of all, he's not reporting. There's no reporting going on. He's arguing over a term with the president United States, the president answered it, but he didn't accept the answer president answered again. But he didn't accept the answer. Then he went on to question. Number two. Then question number three. Then question number four. It's his conduct. Mr boutros. You wouldn't dare conduct yourself this way in federal court would you and when you go into federal court and the next day or two you're not going to conduct yourself like the Jim Acosta of the legal profession, are you? Why is that? Because get thrown out on his ass. And these judges injustices wouldn't tolerate for one second that kind of conduct that took place at that press conference. Not for a second. We're not elector where lifetime appointments where judicata that's not the point. The president is holding a press conference. He's not hiding from the press. There are one hundred and fifty members of the press they're including many who've been on TV who have called him Hitler racist liar. Misogynist, every every word in the book. They're sitting there April Ryan that guy. Peter what's his face a whole bunch of them even other reporters from CNN others? Others. The first amendment does not give a property right to a seat and a heart passed a mister Acosta. The nation is not threatened in any respect the constitution the first amendment freedom of the press by Mr Costa's absence. As a matter of fact, it's improved because more reporters can ask more questions of the president. When Mr Costa's not there. Go ahead. Tough questions and has been doing that. All right. Forget it. This guy. These are hired mouthpieces. That's what they are. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm. S.

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"mr costa" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr costa" Discussed on KTOK

"And I think as a former US attorney he understands the all the business. That's before the department of Justice investigation was being overseen by deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, Senate, minority leader Chuck Schumer says protecting the Muller probe is paramount not going to say much. I'm not gonna say much until I read what they said. And why I find the timing very suspect with Republicans expected to expand their majority in the Senate, new attorney general. Path to confirmation. Could now be easier. Testy moments during President Trump's press conference yesterday when he was offering reaction to the mid-term election results in the wake of it. All the White House has suspended CNN correspondent Jim Costa's press credential after he and President Trump clashed again a question from Mr Costa was about Central American migrants walking toward the US. Mr Costa challenged the president's description of the migrants as a caravan threatening to invade the US Mr Costa VIN attempted to ask a follow up question and refuse to give up the microphone to an intern. What CNN should be ashamed of itself having you work in for them. You are a rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working for CNN. In a statement, the White House correspondent association said it quote strongly objects to the Trump administration's decision to use US secret service security credentials as a tool to punish a reporter. With whom it has a difficult relationship. It is ten minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's. First news. Question. Would.

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"mr costa" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mr costa" Discussed on The Science Show

"Instead of four hundred cacophonous i remember that very well and i'm reminded also that he and chub said that mr costa when he was triggered said you'll just like little birds in a nest the mouths open waiting to be fit and so i think that has actually been a guiding advice don't go with your mouth open waiting to be fit and roman better homes at once if you have something to suggest do it on the way out until by the way have you sort of this these are all chief scientists of course go on what of some of the other achievements yes we'll so communicating with political leaders was the first thing but communicating with the general public because everyone says what's the academy of science where are you based so we have had a relatively low profile and that's our own fault but it's also partly because we especially this and i think the greatest thing we've done is the academy video project www dot science dot org curious or anywhere on the social media and we've reached a huge number of people my communicating science simply in one and a half minute videos he's a good idea to be so brief one and a half minutes what can you talk about einstein in one and a half minutes where we've heard about that in fewer bit more than one half minutes today but the idea is it's backed up with bit like those russian dolls they can open layer by layer and they can go back to the peer reviewed article alternately if they want to follow it up in detail and that's really important it has to be backed up by good science that they can read themselves how'd you know it's working the simple measures and i don't know it's a really good question i ask how communication seem all the time how do we know that how strategy overall is successful what are the measures the simple measures are that when we started we had nine thousand facebook followers before we started we now have quarter of million that's the best to seek i can give you that means somehow quarter of a million individuals know who we are what about the regrets in four years they might have been a couple perhaps yes i we had a few things that are on the horizon for example.

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"mr costa" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mr costa" Discussed on KELO

"Is dave riley kosto is on a radio station i think in oregon and and riley was honest raised station in pennsylvania both were fired this week mr costa's said motorists should hit black lives matter protesters who block roadways the into his whether he gets in a job in our mizzou's team but that's the end of him there mr reilly on the other hand was supporting the kkk in the white supremacists on his i dunno where there is on the i think it was on the air and in his the actually went to charlottesville i'm not mistaken and his father orange the radio station henny fired his son and said all kinds of things on their website about what they were not gonna tolerate and apparently wanted executive tolerate is done no familiarity breeds contempt you know civil wars of the bloodiest in family wars are even worse yes it's a it's it's funny and it's sad yeah it is it's amusing but yet hello yeah now it's a sign of the times isn't sign of the times brother against brother father against son and i don't know i mean our industry is littered with the bodies of blabbermouth s who said things like kill people with your car i am what the old days we could we i'm talking about the brotherhood of talk radio people who could get away with that things that joe pine used to savior allen or some of these really outrageous morton downey you can find guys like that most every city that would this stockintrade was to say stuff like that every day now i'd say it at all not and his that appropriate week we we talk about freedom of speech but what will be tolerated and what wouldn't be tolerated votes not against the law to tell people to run down black lives matter protesters blocking your way it's against the rules that radio is that hates but his that hate speeches that again i don't know what hate speeches i don't i don't know what hate speeches i have problems with hate speech i don't have problems with hate i.

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"mr costa" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"mr costa" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Talk radio world is which are all about at least two stories that i can remember one of them about a of fellow named dino kostner the other one is dave riley kosto is on a radio station i think in oregon and enrile he was on his radio station in pennsylvania both were fired this week uh mr costa's said motorists should hit black lives matter protesters who blocked roadways the into his where he gets into a job in our razi team but that's the end of him there mr riley on the other hand was supporting the kkk in the white supremacists on his i dunno there is on the i think it was on the air and in his hey the actually wet too charlottesville mistaken and his father conan's the radio station henny fired his son and said all kinds of things on their website about what they were not gonna tolerate and apparently one of these i gotta tolerate is is done now familiarity breeds contempt you know yeah civil wars of the bloodiest in family wars are even worse yes it's a it's it's funny and it's sad yeah it is it's amusing but yet hello yeah yeah it's a sign of the times isn't sign of the times brother against brother father against son and i don't know i mean our industry is littered with the bodies of you know blabbermouth who said things like kill people with your car a when at the old days we could we talking about the brotherhood of talk radio people who could get away with at the things that gop chinese say savior allen bergg or some of these really outrageous outrages morton downey you can find guys like that most every city that would this stockintrade was to say something like that every day now you had said at all not and is that appropriate we talk about freedom of speech but what will be tolerated and what wouldn't be tolerated though it's not against the law to tell people to run down black lives matter protesters blocking your way it's against the rules that radio is that hates brought but his that hate speeches that again i don't know what hate speeches i don't i don't know what hate speeches i have problems with hate speech i don't have problems with hate i think hate is a.

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"mr costa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr costa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Digit follow all of that but but here's a costa's saying that this was a fake news conference and that made this claim a couple of things i do want to point out the very quickly one is the president once again said that iraq obama did nothing from august to november about russian meddling that is simply fake news president obama talked of ladimir putin at a g twenty summit in september about all of this to say otherwise is simply fake news i that that's true i guess what president trump should have said is that barack obama did nothing of note of value or that had any kind of tangible results about this is barack obama went farther by the way and that meeting with putin than president trump is promising a do himself he's not even promising to bring up election meddling in his bilateral with vladimir putin actually that's not necessarily news with jim acosta just recited he should have said according to president obama he did more in those meetings because mr costa was not in that meeting with latimer putin the only thing that he knows about what the president mayor may not have said in that meeting is reported to him by the president or by sources close to the president who say oh yeah the president said this to blatter putin said just to be accurate they're jim acosta so for the president to say what barack obama did nothing he is at this point promising to do less than nothing on that front the other thing that was fake news coming from president trump is when he said well i i keep hearing at seventeen intelligence agencies that say russia meddled in the election i think it's only three or four where does that number come from where is this three or four number come from my suspicion christian poppy is that if we go to the administration and ask them for this question i'm not so sure we're going to get an answer and if we do get an answer it'll probably be off camp where he is one of the most misinformed people in this town tasked with the very important job of covering this white house on behalf of what he claimed the in actual legitimate news organizations jim acosta doesn't know where president trump gets the idea that it was three or four.

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"mr costa" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr costa" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"Despite three years of sanctions bt bs financial performance is pretty strong but politically and strategically u could since the frustration in some of the comments from mr costa in you think the his comments reflected growing impatience in moscow politically and in the financial community there with way that donald trump is struggling to make much headway i think there are certain firm for her buyer's remorse knocked off monday defeated and my conversations with him last year they were by donald trump's earliest in russia and i think that russia of the country whatever exactly the to interfere with the us electrolux remember we really don't know the full extent of that and what was going on clearly it has had a knockon effect and they realized i got to the point where it's not just paralysing the stood desire both to trump to restore relations but it's also paralysing the white house in general is trump is just firefighting scandal after scandal after scandal every day so there is this notion that question voices in the interview where he says he didn't think that there is not much that was going necessarily come out of it and a lot of people have said to me that trump maybe predator of america that i mean he still has act out of the interest of america for about not russia but i don't think anyone in russia saw things exploding to the same level that there at the bubba with the us but it's become very toxic for russia and say tankers especially with all these bizarre rumors going around that trump himself they have some sort of exposure to risk.

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"mr costa" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr costa" Discussed on FT News

"Despite three years of sanctions bt bs financial performance is pretty strong but politically and strategically u could since the frustration in some of the comments from mr costa do you think the his comments reflected growing impatience in moscow politically and in the financial community there with way that donald trump is struggling to make much headway i think there are certain firm for her buyer's remorse not a minority but in my conversations with him last year they were by donald trump's early found child in russia and i think that russia of the country whatever exactly the to interfere with the us electrolux remember we really don't know the full extent of that and what was going on clearly it has had a knockon effect and they've realised i got to the point where it's not just paralysing the stood a desire both to nab trump to restore relations but it's also paralysing the white house in general is trump is just firefighting scandal after scandal after scandal every day so there is this notion that question voices in the interview where he says he didn't think that there is not much that was going necessarily come out of it and a lot of people have said to me that trump maybe predator of america that i mean he still has act out of the interest of america for about not russia but i don't think anyone in russia saw things exploding to the same level that they're out at the bubba with us but it's become very toxic for russian state anchors especially with all these bizarre rumors going around that trump himself they have some sort of exposure to russians they eggs.

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