17 Burst results for "Mr Moeller"
"mr moeller" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"Hi maggie i uh nikki i just called to to say donald trump is responsible for this investigation because he was so stupid after he fired colmey and they're ride and they probably have something on trump trump did something pretty bad anyway my number is six seven not hi it's of like you're you're machine might have cut me off before i finish leaving my number anyway uh and also um i wouldn't try to lose i think care of trump loss care i don't care what he thinks anyhow my numbers two hi carter pinched never spoke to carter page never met the guy in my life i could carter page colluded with the russians hi maggie opec's giving corrie's girlfriend his power bore i despise cory if i could find cory in an alley hi so should shut up it's really not fair she should shut around hi roger stowed is like a surrogate he's like my father roger and i were treated like crap by donald trump okay we were treated like crap by donald trump hi thank you my path nakata's sent me to jail you don't want mr moeller if he wants a seventy jail he could seventy two and then a laugh confusion reigned dancing norway big your child again there inside and earn.
"mr moeller" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Well let's move on let's move on if you ever worked with donald trump there are two things that terrify you spongebob thursdays and special counsel robert muller because for trump and his people robert muller is a daytime horror movie in always methodically picking off your friends one by one but only from nine to five and yesterday we were introduced to muller's latest victim a former trump aide by the name of sam nunn berg who are so freaked out when he got a subpoena from mother that he went on national television and lost his goddamn mind during this whirlwind tour on cable news trump campaign need sam nunn berg insisted he would defy a grand jury subpoena from special counsel robert muller it unfolded alive during several hours of rambling and breathless interviews on television what am i his to hand over all the emails to to a federal investigate this affair it's really not fair nakata's sent me to jail you don't want mr moeller if he wants to see oh me to jail he could send me to jail and then i laugh about it i've i've never seen anyone abandoned a threat midway through i swear to guard if you punch me it's gonna hurt my face now if you've never heard of sam number before he was an early aid to donald trump who was hired and fired and oh and then he was fired again this time for using the n word on facebook yeah which is shocking to me that someone got fired from the trump campaign for being racist like apple hired people based on that it says here on your resume the n word so when can you start.
"mr moeller" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Jim older we were sitting right behind trump and he had has moved to the first row and another section it was actually funny because i ended up getting on the video for rasa me with my father we were doing like the bushwacker i walked of buddha considered the art van so there is em number very young trump political adviser and apparently he was sued during last election cycle from sued him for like ten million dollars lending you broke the confidentiality agreement or at least threatened to sue him so sam number he's a colorful characters italy's well he's now being investigated by the muller investigation because the muller investigation is talking to every single person ever including even talk to me but i think nad the only person america they've left to talk to so they want to talk to cmt it's a number of decides that it's worthwhile to go on every television show he can possibly find and go kind of crazy so he goes on msnbc and he explains that if muller wants to interview him he's not going to do the interview in fact he doesn't mind being sent to jail no big deal so it starts off with this at msnbc if they're trying to build a case against roger i'm not going to be part of it i'm not roger didn't do anything roger didn't do anything except a tree to like crap donald trump the president you keep saying you don't think there'll be a consequence what if the that is going to jail sam nakata's sent me to jail you don't want mr moeller if he wants to send me to jail he could send me to jail and then i laugh about it i don't make a bigger spectacle that i am on your tv show where well sir i don't know what they're gonna do again there is a woman named susan mcdougal who during the obama administration refused to testify in she ended up going to jail so this would not be the first time that so many fees detested by or talk to the fbi and they've ended up in jail and then it gets even worse a number of apparently was on cnn.
"mr moeller" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"I'm not going to jail come on let me let known as you all nakata's sent me to jail you don't want mr moeller if he wants to send me to jail he could send me to jail and then i laugh about it i'm not going to jail you think i'm going to do joining us now barbara mcquaid the former us attorney for the eastern district of michigan on a professor of law at the university of michigan she's also a nbc news and msnbc legal contributor and back with us ron client on barbara is a former prosecutor can you answer this question is he going to jail i think if he continues to defy the subpoena the answer is yes there is up legal principle that says a grand jury has a right to every man's evidence and there are just a few exceptions to that when i hear mr number to be saying is that he wants to protect his mentor roger stone from criminal charges well you do have a fifth amendment right against selfincrimination so you can declined to answer questions if fans might incriminate you but the keyword there is self you can't use that privilege to refuse to testify against others and so i have not heard the assertion of any legitimate privilege here and so if he continues to defy this subpoena i think robert muller can unlikely will follow motion for contempt and the penalty for that is jailed for up to eighteen months in an effort to induce compliance and if at the end of eighteen months the person still won't comply you can be charged criminally and punished for an additional six months let's listen to what he said about uh his attempt to your tartan ari about his attempt basically to protect roger stone.
"mr moeller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"So much can happen in a hurry here was former trump campaign staffers sam nunn berg last month giving special counsel rubber muller's team uh what amounted to a great review on yelp what i would say one is the taxpayer is getting their buddies worth they were highly professional moller's invest muller's investigators say dean call be ingested check a box everything they asked me it was backed up i can't get into the i can't i don't wanna get into it to give away their investigation what i would say is or was it a waste of our by timer their time i was happy to cooperate with that as i told you on this show i'm very talented happy to cooperate very talented try the veal reserve your table early that was then this is today are you worried about getting arrested i think it would be funny if they arrested me you can go to jail not going to send me to jail you don't want mr moeller if he wants to send me to jail he could send me to jail and then and then a laugh about it i don't make a bigger spectacle that i am on your tv show where he lost how do you really judge the size of a spectacle what happened between happy to cooperate there so talented and let him come and get me it'll be funny of and i go to jail what happened between those two things is that same number got served with a subpoena from the very talented special counsel and his team a subpoena demanding that he hand over documents text messages telegrams magnetic tape emails everything dating back to november 2015 and there was a list of ten separate members of the trump campaign including the president who's communications the special council wanted to see now samnam number says that he's been told directed by the subpoena that she you should appear before the grand jury this week on friday but then all day long today and into tonight them number some number has been unraveling in slow motion on national television uh doing interview after interview after interview brandishing that subpoena that he got and saying that he will defy it at times mr nunber did seem a little unhinged reporters today openly speculated that he might have been day.
"mr moeller" Discussed on The Young Turks
"A boats entering their stance puts them are at odds with mr trump gas k who has said publicly and privately that he is eager to speak with mr moeller as part of the investigation into possible ties between his associates and russia's election interference and whether he obstructed justice and that's because donald trump know something that they don't know he's got this dog i dunno if he knows you here in case you don't know what i apparently have to remind you oh i have to shoot up to guess now because i don't have it in front of me nope nope melo do you normally as lord person barre is he's like a smart person what else the amine pure terms continues mr trump's pension for bravado has been a factor that his lawyers must contend with the president has bragged to some aides that he would be able to clear himself if you talk to mr muller's team and in fact donald trump has said publicly quote i'm looking forward to it actually this is why donald trump beat george w bush in a poll that we had as to who was dumber because it leaves bush knew that he was now bright trump really thinks that ec dementia test it's a very stable genius this buffoon theses smarter than robert muller and one in the middle of an interview convince smaller that he didn't do it he just talk him into it all please try please try donald what.
"mr moeller" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"And you as the day it's time for new coal sandler's what's news from nicole sandler dot com and the progressive voices network dow jones industrial average dropped nearly 1600 points on monday in the biggest intraday decline in history finishing down four point six percent asian markets are dropping again on tuesday signalling the turmoil continue the white house legal team is advised trump not to agree to an interview with special counsel robert muller michael schmidt and maggie haberman once again sharing a line to report that quote trump's lawyers want him to refuse an interview in russia inquiry according to four people briefed on this matter lawyers are concerned that the president who has a history of making false statements and contradicting himself could be charged with lying to investigators the lawyers and aides believe the special council might be unwilling to subpoena the president and set off a showdown with the white house that mr muller could lose in court one of the few voices arguing for cooperating with mr moeller as tie cobb white house lawyer who mr trump also brought onto the deal with mr muller's investigation mr trump's pension four bravado has been a factor that his lawyers must contend with the president has bragged to some aides that he would be able to clear himself even talk to mr muller's team in one deposition related to a libel case that mr trump brought against the journalist tim o'brien mr trump admitted more than two dozen times under oath that he had lied in the past about a range of subjects mr trump ultimately lost the case house to vote tuesday to fund the government until march 23rd and other shortterm continuing resolution while funding community health centres for two years and boosting defense spending for the full year this will almost certainly passed the house because the house freedom caucus which vowed to vote against more stopgap bills will support it at the same time the senate is voting in a separate full year defense spending bill meanwhile the government runs out of money again on thursday democray.
"mr moeller" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Boom man used the day lull i it's time for newco sandler's what's news from nicole sandler dot com and the progressive voices network dow jones industrial average dropped nearly 1600 points on monday in the biggest intraday decline in history finishing down four point six percent asian markets are dropping again on tuesday signalling the turmoil ball continue the white house legal team is advised trump not to agree to an interview with special counsel robert muller michael schmidt an maggie haberman once again sharing a line to report that quote trump lawyers want him to refuse an interview in russia inquiry according to four people briefed on this matter lawyers are concerned that the president who has a history of making false statements and contradicting himself could be charged with lying to investigators the lawyers and aides believe the special council might be unwilling to subpoena the president and set off a showdown with the white house that mr moeller could lose in court one of the few voices arguing for cooperating with mr muller's ty cobb white house lawyer who mr trump also brought on the deal with mr muller's investigation mr trump's pension four bravado has been a factor that his lawyers must contend with the president has bragged to some aides that he would be able to clear himself even talk to mr muller's team in one deposition related to a libel case that mr trump brought against the journalist tim o'brien mr trump admitted more than two dozen times under oath that he had lied in the past about a range of subjects mr trump ultimately lost the case the house to vote tuesday to fund the government until march 23rd and other shortterm continuing resolution while funding community health centres for two years and boosting defense spending for the full year this will almost certainly passed the house because the house freedom caucus which vowed to vote against more stopgap bills will support it at the same time the senate is voting in a separate full year defense spending bill.
"mr moeller" Discussed on Perspective
"It's called opposition research or even research into your opponent the president insists he was not aware of the meeting at the time but the new book fire and fury says bannon is casting serious doubt on that claim quote the chance to don jr didn't walk them up to his father's office on the 26th floor is zero is that opinion potentially significant to the special counsel's investigation mr moeller you are investigating the president probably not bannon is just one of more than two hundred trump insiders that journalist michael wolff says he spoke with four his new book among the other claims that trump didn't expect to win on election night the book quotes don jr saying his father looked as if he'd seen a ghost when he was finally told he'd clinched it wolf says first lady melania trump did not want her husband to win and that when he did she quote was in tears and not of joy the first lady disputed that insisting she was confident he would win and was very happy when he did wolf's book reports that ivanka trump entertains hopes of running for president someday herself hoping to become america's first woman president but wolf also quote steve bannon calling ivanka dumb as a brick wolf's book also paints a picture of a president who is isolated in the extreme who according to wolf goes to bed at 630 pm to eat cheeseburgers make phone calls and watch television bannon was on sirius satellite radio not denying what is quoted as saying in the book but not lashing out at the president either in the present estates is a great man you know i supporting dana day out the white house is calling the book trashy fiction i'm david right in new york to say that this book is consuming conversation in washington would be an understatement here to talk more about it is our white house correspondent karen travers the book was supposed to be published at next week the publisher moved it up to get it out.
"mr moeller" Discussed on Nightline
"Counsel's investigation mr moeller you investigating the president probably not steve bannon apparently says this was a treasonous unpatriotic meeting and that they should have called the fbi right away is that legally significant there's a big difference between unpatriotic and treason treason is a legal term and to commit treason you really have to do some very bad stuff but most importantly it has to be during a time of war bannon was not in the room for that meeting he joined the campaign months after that meeting sounds like he's entitled to his opinion right but he's entitled whose opinion but it sounds like what he really means to say is boy was this job this never should have happened that's different than treason bannon is just one of more than two hundred trump insiders that journalist michael wolff says he spoke with four his new book due to come out next week today's bannon trump feud likely to be the appetizer the first of several big bombshells in the white house learned about this book in real time today and it took just minutes for them to go on the attack mode they are dismissing the book is trashy tabloid fiction but as much as aids here might wanna now distanced himself from steve bannon he was a principal architect of the trump administration this has to be a sting for them abc news has obtained an advance copy of the book among the other claims that trump didn't expect to win on election night the book quotes don jr saying his father looked as if we'd seen a ghost when he was finally told had clinched it there was a sense that none of them believed that the president was going to was going to win in this race in the book.
"mr moeller" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Discovered by the inquiry it makes the country look very bad and it puts the country in a very bad position mr trump said of the investigation so the sooner it's worked out the better it is for the country michael schmidt also spoke to the president about how long the investigation will last the democrats and about whether the special council would be fair quote mr trump said that he was not bothered by the fact that he does not know when it will be completed because he has nothing to hide mr trump repeated his assertion that democrats invented the russia allegations as a hoax as a ruse as an excuse for losing an election he said that everybody knows his associates did not collude with the russians even as the insisted that the real stories are about democrats who worked with the russians during the 2016 campaign there's been no collusion but i think he is going to be fair mr trump said of mr moeller and the president also tried to put some distance between himself and his former campaign chairman paul manafort who was indicted for money laundering and conspiracy for his alleged worked for pro russian government a charge he denies he told the times quote paul only worked for me for a few months paul worked for ronald reagan his firm work for john mccain worked for bob dole worked for many republicans for far longer that he worked for me and you're talking about would paul was many years ago before i ever heard of him he worked for me for what was it three and a half months joining us now on the phone is the aforementioned michael schmidt new york times washington correspondent and an msnbc contributor michael welcome thanks for calling in this was an impromptu sit down earlier today what sort of mood was the president in.
"mr moeller" Discussed on 1A
"Ends to fire muller that has not stopped some democrats like senator mark warner from cautioning the president against giving mr moeller a pink slip warner is the ranking member on the senate intelligence committee but another aware of these concerns coming from i mean would the president even be able to fire robert muller if he wanted to keep can't directly relates remember this week he did to respond to reporters that and denied again the white house did it again for another time this week that that there were he's about to fire miller but he can't do it directly he has to remove him by the attorney general alert let's remember that jeff sessions recused himself so has to be rod rosenstein who would have to make that that decision the deputy attorney jason it's not an easy decision either has to be for a lot of reasons misconduct dereliction of duty incapacity conflict of interest violation of doj policies there are a lot of reasons that have to be argued before president trump would make that decision also nancy pelosi added herself the list of people who are asking republicans not to not to end this probe eugene one of the reasons people seems to be so concerned that trump could fire muller despite him saying that he won't it's because of the republican lawmakers who continue to hound on miller in the investigation suggesting that something inappropriate has happened specific people like representative jim jordan from ohio people like ram paul who i think tweet it yesterday that this could be worse than watergate there is some concern that the president could be take a his cues from people who perhaps are closer to this issue on a daily basis then perhaps he is and that they may be seeing something that he should be paying closer attention to and so whether or not he has plans to move in this direction right now may not be the most relevant uh thing regarding how this could all end few more quick questions before we lose greg if on the tax bill particularly what people should be doing now if anything to get ready for 2018 or to wrap up 2017 burien an aspirant virginia asks if the standard deduction.
"mr moeller" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"I believe i it is that mr trump will actually fire mr mollar the honest answer is i don't know and i said to do all i think i lost my prediction license on election night in 2016 uh but uh i think that this campaign that republicans will wagering against smaller um makes me suspect that this is something on trump's mind and that some republicans reached or preparing the way for him to get away with it um i think the from what uh what we can gather is own white house is divided on this question i think it mr mollar gets close to president trump's business dealings uh that this may be a trigger for trump to fire him but i we've knowledge vets early speculation on and then well would have but if he were to fire mr muller well again that's we're uh republicans with as you said spine uh i would also add that uh you know a concern for the rule of law uh that's where they have the very hard decision to make and i would like to believe what if um you know the president fired and mr moeller under circumstances where it looks like um he was doing show because muller was getting close to finding something um you know back we'll just use the new general word weather illegal or just fat on trump a lot of republicans will say that's just not uh permissible and will we're gonna find out that would be a real testing time for an awful lot of republican leaders wouldn't be fbi steel continue.
"mr moeller" Discussed on World News This Week
"There were no russians in our campaign they're never were we didn't win because of russia we won because of you and the crowd loved it what the prosecutors should be lucky that are hillary clinton's thirty three thousand now joining the inquiry into possible collusion between the president his team and russia a grand jury convened by special counsel robert muller abc news has learned that grand jury has been secretly working for weeks reuters reporting the panel has issued subpoenas in connection with that trump tower meeting where donald trump jr was promised dirt on hillary clinton the president's personal lawyer says there is no indication the president himself is a target but the news seemed to catch the top white house lawyer dealing with the investigation by surprise special counsel to the president ty cobb said the white house favours anything that accelerates the conclusion of his work fairly the white house is committed to fully cooperating with mr moeller with that investigation now entering new terrain the president remained defiant and his supporters right behind him have you seen any russia's west virginia or ohio or pennsylvania are there any russian sheer tonight eddie russia's the president doing his best to focus on policy issues like immigration but russian sanctions the white house shakeups and leaked phonecalls seized headlines user '98 the naser too the bill is passed after congress passed a bipartisan sanctions bill punishing russia's interference in the 2016 election the president signed a bill into law this week but as abc's karen travers tells us the white house isn't so happy with the bill some pretty blunt language from president trump who said in a statement he signed the russia's sanctions bill quote despite its problems the president says the bill remains quote seriously flawed and in his view it encroaches on the power of the presidency puts american companies at a disadvantage and hurts european allies mr trump's says congress rushed to get the legislation done and as a result included unconstitutional provisions but the white house doesn't explain what exactly the president means by that karen travers abc news the white house members of the president's own party are pushing back republican senator bob corker telling abc news luton through his actions is the one that has taken this relationship back to levels we haven't seen since 1991.
"mr moeller" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Thanks of best and that's all in the world this week broadcast on saturdays and sundays and available to download my website at www bb seatbelts he older uk forward slash programs well let's go to washington ourselves now where president trump is coming under increasing pressure over allegations that russia interfered in the american election which brought him to power or mud these special counsel investigating the claims has convened a grand jury in a first step to bring criminal charges the jury which consists of private citizens will weigh up evidence that allegedly links members of the trump family to fit as in russia so are we seeing echoes of the impeachment process against former president nixon jackie spare is a democrat congress woman it's not something that would be happening anytime soon but if the president were to act precipitously at any of these situations hardening his family members taking actions to try and get rid of mr moeller i think those would be tippingpoints and could end up in the house calling on impeachment in truth we only need about 24 republicans to join with the house democrats to impeach the bbc's rugby vijay nothing is falling all the latest developments in washington so is the toll there now own apart impeachment sent me there have been some democrats who've been talking about impeachment from the day that the president walls elected but it certainly not really the focus in terms of discussions daytoday surrounding the russia investigation i think the real focuses how clumps was trump's inner circle linked to any sort of collusion with the russians during the election campaign at the moment that has been no proof of that so far that something that the president likes to stress but certainly when we saw that email from don't jim near the president some accepting a meeting with the russian lawyer who promise that she had on hillary clinton that was a huge step in linking trump's inner circle to any potential collusion so i think that he's walked the focus is now how clumps is the inner circle to any possible criminal charges or otherwise and that is something that is going to be looked at by this grand jury now is that right.
"mr moeller" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message come from paramount pictures and participant media with an inconvenient sequel truth to power a follow up to win inconvenient truth about al gore's global efforts for renewable energy revolution nationwide august fourth live from npr news in washington on korver coleman special counsel robert muller is using a grand jury to investigate russian meddling in last year's presidential election is also looking into possible ties between russia and the trump campaign the grand jury recently began work and empires jeff bennett says there are signs the russia probe is advancing the president's special counsel ty cobb says he wasn't aware that robert muller had started using a new grand jury in a statement provided by the white house cop says quote grand jury matters are typically secret the white house favours anything that accelerates the conclusion of his work fairly cobb ads the white house is committed to fully cooperating with mr moeller npr's jeff bennett reporting president trump told a rally in west virginia on thursday that the russia's story is a hoax created by democrats us intelligence agencies have concluded that russia did meddle in us elections washington has cleared the way for possible approval of new pipelines and other potentially controversial energy projects that have been on hold the senate has confirmed two of president trump's nominees for the federal energy regulatory commission npr's jeff brady reports the agency now has a quorum again and can vote to approve projects for six months the federal energy regulatory commission or ferc lacked enough commissioners to make decisions that please some environmentalists who claimed the agency never saw pipeline it didn't like they went for to reject more fossilfuel infrastructure projects because of environmental and climate change concerns the oil and gas industry though is quite pleased the commission is once again in business the newest commissioners are both republicans neil chatterjee an aide to senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and robert powell sin of the pennsylvania public utility commission trump also nominated to democrats to the bipartisan ferc the senate is scheduled to consider their nominations next month.
"mr moeller" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"I would have pick somebody else well you can always a batteries that's just make sure everyone understands we're talking about recusing from all things russia relate and go ahead yes you can always bet on donald trump to stay within as on his mind even if even to the horror of his aides so look i think this is what many people had assumed all along was his point of view that he wanted sessions in that position because he thought he'd be a reliable ally and partner overseen the russia investigation and obviously when he recused himself he was no longer that reliable partner and ally uh so think he stating what many have suspected for for quite some time now congressman lewis should be a continue here with what he said to the new york times obviously uh bob feller is now in charge of special counsel and the new york times writes from this discussion interview with mr trump they say mr trump said mr moeller was running an office rife with conflicts of interest and warned that investigators would cross the red line if they delve into trump family finances unrelated to russia is that smart to say about moeller right now and and by the way who's the president to say what the red line is i pressure council ray will i think what happens with special counsel's they tend to go and all kinds of different directions who would've thought if you're twenty three twenty four year old young intern at the house that a whitewater investigation into real rules would lead to you and your name was monica lewinsky and that was the kasindo of a long investigation and i think that that's what's worrisome about a special investigator special prosecutor they can go almost anywhere they want they keep surgeon and search and until they get somebody scout but i think that what the president believes and i believe as somebody who was involved in the campaign is there was no coal collusion with russia and we do think that this is a waste of time this is because people can't get over the election and why don't they put everything on the table.