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"mr mulvaney" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the president United States from office in any event Mr Mulvaney also stated during the press conference itself that the money held up had absolutely nothing to do with by now why does this all manner I think senator Romney really got to the heart of this issue on Thursday evening when he asked both parties whether there is any evidence that president trump directed anyone to tell the Ukrainians that security assistance was being held up on the condition of an investigation into the box that was the question there is no such evidence fifth the security assistance was released on the president's concerns with burden sharing and corruption were addressed by a number of people including some in this chamber today without Ukraine ever announcing or undertaking any investigations you have heard repeatedly that no one in the administration knew why the security systems was paused that's not true two of the house managers own witnesses testified regarding the reason for the pause as Mister Morrison testified at a July meeting attended by officials throughout the executive branch agencies the reason provide for the parts by a representative from the office of management and budget was that the president was concerned about corruption in Ukraine and he wanted to make sure that Ukraine was doing enough to manage that corruption further according to mark Zandi deputy associate director for national security at the office of management and budget we had received a request for additional information on what other countries were contributing to Ukraine we told you about the work that was being done to monitor and collect information about anti corruption reforms in Ukraine and burden sharing during the summer pause we told you about how when presidents once gassed vice president pence in Poland about the pause vice president pence asked according to Jennifer Williams what the status of his reform efforts were that we he could then conveyed back to the president and also wanting to hear if there was more that European countries could do to support you crank Mister Morrison who was actually at the Warsaw meeting testified similarly the vice president pence delivered a message about anti corruption in Berkshire we told you about the September eleven call with president trump senator Portman and vice president pence Mister Morrison testified the entire process culminating in the September eleven call gave the president the confidence he needed to approve the release of the security sector assistance all without any investigations being announced not focus so far on the house managers allegation if there was a quid pro quo for the security assistance let me turn very briefly to the claim to the presidential meeting was also conditioned on investigations remember by the end of the July twenty five call president trump had personally invited presidents Lansky to meet three times twice by phone once in a letter without any preconditions you heard that the White House was working behind the scenes to schedule the meeting and how difficult scheduling those meetings can be the two presidents plan to meet in Warsaw just as president so once you requested.
Donald Trump denies report that he ordered John Bolton to set up Ukraine meeting
"President trump is disputing a revelation and John Bolton's new book that Mr trump told his former national security adviser to get involved in the Ukraine pressure campaign Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said it's just more evidence of the president's wrongdoing John Bolton sat in the room with Mr Mulvaney Cybele no and they talked all about withholding aid and letting the Ukrainian president
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Again that he said this is from his counsel so it's raised in the third person Mister Moore nor did Mr Mulvaney ever have a conversation with the president or anyone else indicating the Ukrainian military aid was withheld in exchange for Ukrainian investigation of charisma the bidens for the twenty sixteen election fat is Mr Mulvaney statement lastly on to the point of whether this chamber should hear from ambassador Bolton and I think it's important to consider what that means because it's not just a question of well should we just hear one witness that's not what the real question is going to be for this institution the real question is what is the precedent it is going to be set for what is an acceptable way for the house of representatives to bring impeachment of a president of the United States to this chamber and can it be done in our hurried half baked partisan fashion without they didn't even subpoena John Bolton below they didn't even try to get his testimony and to insist now that this body will become the investigator investigative body that this body will have to do all the discovery and that this institution will be effectively paralyzed for months on end because it has to sit as a court of impeachment well now discovery is done because it would be investor Bolton and if if they're going to be witnesses then the president would have to in order they said fair trial ferry judicata and then the president would have to have his opportunity to call his witnesses and there'd be depositions and this would drag on for months and then that's the new president and that's the way all impeachments operate in the future the house doesn't have to do the work they do a quick if they throw it over the transom and this institution gets the rails and has to deal with it and that should not be the way that should not be the president that is said here for the way this body we'll have to handle all impeachments in the future because it it becomes that easy for the house to do it they'll be doing it a lot thank you Patrick filled in on the president's legal team that last question came from Republican senator John Thune Senate trial live the senator from Massachusetts send a question to the desk next one is from Democrat senator Markey.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on WTOP
"Be rebuffed by Republicans in efforts to subpoena documents from the White House and other federal agencies to use and president trump's impeachment trial right now they are trying and likely failing to subpoena the acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney impeachment manager Hakeem Jeffries according to published reports and witness testimony Mr Mulvaney was deeply involved with implementing this game including the unlawful White House freeze on three hundred and ninety one million dollars in aid to Ukraine there's a lot of attention on possible testimony by John Bolton your CBS's we Jiang CBS news has learned that if former national security adviser John Bolton a potentially damaging witness to president trump is subpoenaed his legal team will fight it in the courts and if that fails they may push for a classified closed door testimony that would never become public CBS news special report I'm Steve Futterman it's nine twenty two you can also watch what is happening on the Senate floor live at WTOP dot com another change coming to traffic near the Chesapeake Bay bridge involves those cashless tolls across the state of Maryland the summer bottom line expect more backup starting next month cashless tolling on the Chesapeake Bay bridge on Thursdays and Fridays will end you'll go back to either paying cash or zipping through the tolls using your EZ pass the reason for the change the Maryland Transportation Authority says lower traffic volumes will allow them to continue their work to remove some toll booths and work towards the ultimate goal of all cashless tolling by the summer of twenty twenty and that's important because of the ongoing lane closure on the bridge for a separate two year construction project in DTA officials are reminding drivers to obey all signs in speed limits since the plaza will be an active work zones Kate Ryan WTOP news it has happened again another pedestrian hit by car in Montgomery County this afternoon there have now been at least four crashes involving pedestrians in the county since the new year began this one happening around three thirty near Adventist healthcare shady Grove hospital the man in this case was hit there's no word on his condition a dummy county police say the driver did stay at the scene the accident as is the case with most of them is under investigation and Montgomery County requires the bikes be registered but that could change it all began with a complaint on social media when Silver Spring resident Steve Silverman got a ticket for not having his bicycle registered he posted a video on Facebook about the law that let it happen it got the attention of state delegate David moon who called on the government county council members to do something about it and they are a new bill introduced today will make bicycle registration optional for residents I think this falls under the category of wait we have a law that does that councilmember enter Friesen councilmember Wilder Wando called this an example of over policing we have laws on the books in my opinion that give wide and broad authority in some instances in are used on certain communities more than others and I've ever taken the step they'll be a public meeting on the bill February eleventh Michelle Morello WTOP news Yardley love was murdered by an ex boyfriend from Chevy Chase her family then launched.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In North Dakota what a radio in his or her I mean I'm Gerry McNamara eight six six ninety right I we go to Greg in Indianapolis Greg welcome you're about ready to welcome to the show hi thanks for having me Hey I was just a email I did support the press not reliable and all that but you know it looks a little fishy that if he so innocent everything so perfect hall and everything why would you just so say Hey yeah Mister Bolton Mr Mulvaney everybody whoever they want talk to take these documents there might just go clear my need to clear my name I mean that'll make him look guilty actually said that but not so well because the house because the Democrats created the rules in the house that's why I said over the weekend in the Senate he wants a trial in the Senate he's willing to go walk right but here's a great all right great all right by the way right but by the way by the way I don't believe you voted for trump by them I believe you started out this is what with that statement as most people do but the fat and I and I know you didn't I know you're not a conservative because what you're saying is he looks guilty if he doesn't voluntary allowed voluntarily allow everybody to testify right and that that allow Adam Schiff to control everything right that that that doesn't come from somebody who believes in due process right number one the prosecution has to come up with the evidence what you're saying is they can be on a fishing trip and trump has to cooperate completely I know every fishing trip that they do right after they just went through a two and a half your fishing trip what the president did cooperate and allow everybody to testify and still you have them stating and the person who was the lead investigator stating that you still colluded with the Russians to hack or change the outcome of the election yeah what you should be saying is if Adam Schiff really believes the president is guilty he should go to the proper channels to make sure that this thing is on the up and up yeah and have no fear of going to court to force Bolton or anyone else.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"What a radio in his or her I mean I'm hearing back from our eight six six ninety right I would go to Greg in Indianapolis Greg welcome you're about ready to walk into the show thanks for having me Hey I was just a email I did support the president are pre ogle the poor and all that but you know it looks a little fishy facts if he so innocent everything so perfect call in everything why would you just sort of say Hey yeah Mister Bolton Mr Mulvaney everybody whoever they want talk to take these documents there might just go clear my need to clear my name I mean it'll make him look guilty actually said that but not so well because the house because the Democrats created the rules in the house that's why I said over the weekend in the Senate he wants a trial in the Senate he's willing to go war but here's a does that make great by the way I write about by the way by the way I don't believe you voted for trump by them I believe you started out with with that statement as most people do but the fat and I and I know you didn't I know you're not a conservative because what you're saying is he looks guilty if he doesn't voluntary allowed voluntarily allow everybody to testify right and that that allow Adam Schiff to control everything right that that that doesn't come from somebody who believes in due process right number one the prosecution has to come up with the evidence what you're saying is they can be on a fishing trip and trump has to cooperate completely on every fishing trip that they do right after they just went through a two and a half your fishing trip where the president didn't cooperate and allow everybody to testify and still you have them stating and the person who is the lead investigator stating that you still colluded with the Russians to hacker change the outcome of the election yeah what you should be saying is if Adam Schiff really believes the president is guilty he should go to the proper channels to make sure that this thing is on the up and up yeah and have no fear of going to court to force Bolton or anyone else.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the skull while pursuing a robbery suspect is improving Chicago police first deputy superintendent Anthony Reekie of says the seventeen year old veterans were covering it Illinois masonic happy to say is is doing better there's been a marketing prove making his condition overnight on he's now stable all the bleeding that was on his brain that the doctor expressed concern about yesterday appears to have subsided Chicago police say the fifteen year old boy who was shot in a music store during the incident was hit by a bullet fired from a displaying the police officer the boy is said to be stable the suspect was killed appalling that's how governor Pritzker describes a pro publica and Chicago Tribune investigation that revealed revealed schools across the state illegally using so called quiet rooms as a way to calm or punish students he called for media changes we shouldn't go another twenty four hours without having a good handle getting a good handle on what we need to do and how we can protect these children cross state under my watch this is something that should not happen these were rules that were put in place before I got here and a and they're unacceptable we're gonna make a change the state board of education announcing this afternoon there take immediate action to end the use of the isolated seclusion at today's public impeachment hearing Illinois congressman Mike quickly caught for the person who blew the whistle on an alleged quid pro quo to remain anonymous whatever the whistle blower did doesn't change the president's actions doesn't change the president's own words which are in our testimony our in our our body of evidence it doesn't change Mr Mulvaney his own words it doesn't change the body of evidence here all it does is put this person at risk congressman quickly press US ambassador to the European Union Gordon someone on its interactions with the president and Rudy guiliani about Ukraine meantime the F. B. I.'s requested an interview with the whistle blower it's not clear what they're looking for an impeachment as surely to come up tonight is ten presidential candidates take the stage for the fifth democratic debate here in Atlanta at Tyler Perry studios will have ten candidates taking the stage tonight course you have all of the of the main divisive issues of the Democratic Party of course everyone on stage has spoken out against president the call for impeachment which is a prominent topic in Washington but there's much more divisive issues in terms of healthcare and how you pay for health care programs or gun control and many things of that nature that's A. B. C.'s Trevor all to the university of Chicago Medical Center is asking ambulances to take all emergency and trauma patients including those with gunshot wounds and stabbings to other hospitals as it prepares for a second nurses strike next week patients to arrive at the hospital is emergency department on foot or by car will still be treated Chicago police honored late officers Daniel Jimenez in a ceremony today at Chicago at the Chicago police department second district headquarters it was a year ago officer Jimenez was killed along with two civilians at mercy hospital and now with WGN community corner sponsored by verse the blood center of Illinois here's Ryan borough Dutch company citizen M. says it will have its first presence in Chicago with the two hundred and eighty room hotel inside of a forty seven story tower being built a three hundred north Michigan Avenue the building will also feature two.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on KGO 810
"The NSC legal adviser about it you would trust that whatever they relate to the NSC legal adviser would likely be an accurate reflection I I trust that they related to the NSC legal adviser I don't I don't know whether I said it and I don't know which conversation again I've I've had very very limited conversations with Mr Mulvaney this email indicates that you spoke to president elect ski and were relaying what he said to very senior officials is that right which email carry the July nineteen the email where you say what the subject is I talk yeah Zelinsky just now I got it was there some sort of assurance that since the Lansky needed to provide about what he would say to president trump in order just to get the phone call I think that part was some verbal and then there were a lot of communications going around back and forth with the Ukrainians and that's when someone and I don't remember who came up with the idea of a draft statement so there would be no misunderstanding about what in fact the Ukrainians would say and would be willing to say that we could rely on and negotiate something on a piece of paper so just to place you in time we're gonna get to that draft statement which was in August this is July nineteenth before the July twenty fifth call do you remember whether there was a need from any of the White House officials or other national security officials for president so let's get to provide some assurance of what he would say to president trump before a phone call not the meeting but a phone call was scheduled there was initially apparently a condition but that condition was obviously dropped because the phone call took place and there was no such statement made the phone call took place as you said on the twenty fifth of July and when you say there was no such statement that took place what do you mean well the Ukrainians never made their public statement prior to the phone call on the twenty fifth of July right but we're talking about a public statement I I what I was asking is whether presidents a Lansky needed to relate to you or the other American officials that he would assure president trump that he would do these investigations in.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on KGO 810
"Condition assistance on issues that will improve our foreign policy serve our foreign policy use ensure the taxpayers money is well spent those are the end and those conditions are either coming from the commerce order from a policy decisions stemming from afar in Congress is given as to make sure that the taxpayers money is well spent or that the receiving company country takes the the actions in our national interest you describe in your text message exchanges that engaging in a scheme like this is quote crazy can we also agree that it's just wrong yes why is it wrong again all were holding up of security systems that would go to a country that is fighting aggression from Russia for no good policy reason no good subs and region no good for national security reason is wrong Mr Mulvaney in the same news conference said quote if you read the news reports and you believe them what McKinley said yesterday well McKinley said yesterday that he was really upset with the political influence in foreign policy that was one of the reasons he was so upset about this and I have news for everybody get over it there's going to be political influence in foreign policy investor Taylor should we get over it if we're talking about political influence meaning attempts to get information that is solely useful for political campaigns if that's what work environment we should not be used finally Mr Mulvaney said again I was involved with the process by which the money was held up temporarily okay three issues for that the corruption of the country whether or not the countries are participating in the support of Ukraine and whether or not they were cooperating in an on going investigation with our department of justice that's completely legitimate Mr can't were you aware of any formal department of justice cooperation request made to the Ukrainians I am not aware that there was any formal department justice request in this matter now was Mr Mulvaney statement false I think you'd prefer that question against the department justice since I don't have full knowledge of whatever they may have been working on just about an hour before the two of you sat down to.
Testimony released from Trump's former Russia adviser
"News just released transcripts from the house impeachment inquiry revealing even more officials testifying under oath that they had a great great concerns about president. Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani's work in Ukraine Fiona Hell of former Russia advisor to president trump. Testifying quote I was extremely family concerned. That whatever was that Mr Giuliani was doing might not be legal. Especially after you know people had raised with me these two gentlemen Parnis and and Fruman Ella E. Fruman of course to Giuliani associates. Who are arrested recently while trying to flee the United States and Lieutenant Colonel Alexander van the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council saying this about the July phone call or president? Trump urged Ukraine's president to help Giuliani. Dig Up dirt on the bites. Let's frankly up until that call you know. In certain regards. He was acting as a private citizen advancing his own interest to a certain extent. It wasn't until that call all that it became that that it became that he was pulled into kind of an official role all right. Let's discuss all of this out front. Now Greg Brower who was an assistant the FBI director Kerry Cordeiro who was the council to the US Assistant Attorney General for national security also with US tonight former Nixon White House counsel John Dean and former Republican congressman. Charlie Dent it has been a very busy news day going through these transcripts from two top White House officials. Carry to start with you witnessed ernest after witnesses testify and they had these concerns about. Giuliani what do you make of this of all. These officials testified that they knew what Giuliani was up to. They had these concerns. They did because we had there was an individual Rudy Giuliani who was not in government. who was doing things that from their perspective? At the as as far as State Department officials are White House officials working on national security related to Ukraine that he was stepping into interfering with what they were trying to carry out as legitimate foreign policy so on one hand you have a person not in government at all who is interfering in national security interests but then the second thing that but it also tells me is that there were a lot of people in the White House who knew what was going on. And it took the whistle blower to actually report it through an official channel Hannele and start that we part of this. I mean you have about it. He'll testifying a lot of people. Knew about what was going on. But you're right. It was the whistle blower who went through those channels. But what's interesting too is just the view of these officials Juliani. You know they're trying to do their official Government Work Greg. Then you have someone going rogue Outsides doing their own thing. I mean it kind of painted this picture of pure chaos when it came to Ukraine Policy Fiona Hill testified that John Bolton Liken Giuliani to a hand grenade alive handgrenade Do you think that's proven to be true. In all of this as you learn more and more Giuliani's role becomes more apparent and and not surprisingly so and and there was also the description of John Bolton oath you know Rudy's drug deal as if to dismiss this. Yeah exactly we have more understand the context around Right that's right and it would be hard enough frankly to have the national security and diplomatic Bureaucracy dealing with some kind of rogue operation if that rogue operation was parallel but legal. But in this case it appears that perhaps it wasn't even a legal rogue operation that not only complicates it's things for the govern- officials who are supposed to be pursuing national security and diplomatic relations but it it creates a whole Potentially impeachable the situation. And that's how it's playing out. It is how it's playing out John because this is all part of this. The Democrats impeachment inquiry. I WANNA bring up. What lieutenant colonel them and testified to who about acting chief of staff and they won't be head Mick? Mulvaney Vin was asked. Do you understand how he saw. Inland came to believe that this deliverable was necessary. This area and then men responded so I heard him say that this had been coordinated with White House Chief of Staff Mr Mick Mulvaney question. What did he say about that answer? He just Said said that he had had a conversation with Mr Mulvaney. And this is what was required in order to get a meeting. How significant is it to you that he testified that the president's acting chief of staff directed this quid pro quo essentially certainly gets closer to the president and and You know whether whether they'll claim that the president had no lodge we don't know yet Feel a hill gave the same testimony. Which cooperates spend Edmund? So it's a pretty strong charge and it certainly puts Mulvaney in the loop No question about that and Pamela. I'd I would just point out at this whole thing is just one giant conspiracy to extort a bribe. And it's very conspicuous. It's just no question and now how deep the president is. That's what the House is going to establish and so do you think this is an impeachable offense then because as we know bribery. According to the constitution is impeachable impeachable. Act John They have managed in this in this instance to come right within the definition of impeachable offenses. Because you the high crimes but how. But if if no one has made that directly to the president then then how do you make that case that he should be impeached impeached. Well you know it's interesting with Nixon When he was impeached they stayed away from conspiracy? Charges There is a reference in in in the minority report of all places that he conspired but the majority the Democrats with Nixon did not charge him with a conspiracy. All of that was very conspicuous. Louis in the in the evidence I so I don't think by precedent. They'll try to draw trump in through conspiratorial actions. They'll look for him being directly involved or enough. They'll look for testimony and we're they're gonNA find that is in the Document the the readout on
Trump reverses course and says his Florida resort won't be used for G7 summit
"And on the issue of hosting next year's G. seven summit president trump's resort in Doral Florida Mr Mulvaney said the president quote still considers himself to be in the hospitality business meanwhile following widespread criticism president trump announced on Twitter that his resort in fact would not host next year's G. seven he wrote they'll begin the search for another
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Mr. Mr. Mulvaney, who was speaking before me. There are thorns under section sixty one zero three with the ways and means committee to be able to get their hands and request. The president's factory turns in this case, this is an authority that Republicans used as recent as two thousand fourteen and authority that was used during times with president Nixon president Ford as well. And so again, no other president in modern times has had to have their tax returns request sixty one three because they've all voluntarily shared them. Just as President Trump promises. A candidate that he was shared his tax returns after he was elected he promised he would shared his tax returns with the American people and he's refused to do. So if I give conducting oversight just want to interject here. Mick Mulvaney, says Democrats are never going to see them. And you started your answer by saying this is all political however the request. I did not say the Bill. Question. I did not say was political said it was not political. Let's be clear about that. Okay, correction noted that however in the region on behalf of Democrats this week. They want four years of his tax returns before he was president. Why is that relevant? Again, the president said he would voluntarily shared his tax returns. He's refused to do. So and congress has he's authority when Republicans were in charge back in two thousand fourteen it was used under president Nixon, president Ford and all we're saying, Mr President share your tax returns, you promised with the American people. And let's make sure that you're falling the same rules and laws as everyone else..
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The van things like that don't use those of bars back of its over these by the way that that could have actually been some pickup lines they want to get my van now woods just weird or do you live down by the river in an down by the river i judge to you we go a lot of people but commenting on uh the hamas said obama administration the trump administration's uh plan to ah and by the way it's this isn't going to happen in an interesting conversation it really remember the budgets been done for the next two that's really what they short of agreed on so anything else would have to be voted on by congress and and it's not going to happen but it has been an and maybe why that maybe that gentleman earlier courtesy that which is which is why he said we know you have to fill 5all believe me yeah move that might have been a problem twenty years ago and talk radio it's not a problem these days quite the opposite of but you you let's put it i will say this i will say you will never see it you most likely will not see uh this plan come to what were russian and here's my question for the omb the office of management and budget and mr mulvaney is how much money taxpayer money do we spend which is the you know if you divide what we pay him and the other staffers at the omb you know by the by the hours and count the hours that they spend on things like this are how much time do we or money do we actually spend at the office of management and budget talking about things that never happened look i will not right i got on better blustery a greater matter one but it's i think it's simple now i have one for you that what's that how much time and money does the government waste on making making economic predictions at never come through there's the other rent how much time money do they waste on telling people they're going to save time and money and ultimately that had an more time and more money uh let's head to you we go to uh don in chattanooga tennessee john hi you're on red eye radio welcome high yes back in the.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Her new civil rights fight but it's it's not it's it's clearly just eight rude for one guy that's what this is all about nine the president's authority to appoint mr mulvaney raises significant constitutional question yes the president had the power to do it look there are certain avenues if the president didn't wanna do it if the acting director appointed the deputy director and and then he said okay i am leaving will yeah there's a there's that process were okay you can become acting director and that process does it's not mandated that that's the only way that it must be that they must be done the president has the ability of the president wished to ignore that he could and under the rules she could you know retain uh the the the power in control of of that of of the uh uh consumer financial protection bureau but he chose not to go with that as his is cuzco institute chenal right andy he put his person that he has every right to do constitutionally to do it it's the president it is president obama who was not does not have the fascist mindset but the left and the democrats and the democratic leadership and miss english they are the ones that are closer to the fascist authoritarian mindset because they don't wish to follow the constitution all of a sudden if you follow the constitution in this country you're a fascist well you know elizabeth warren alluding to uh doddfrank and that the because that's basically how this this agency was created the bureau was created that that in the event that the director leaves the deputy director automatically becomes acting director well she did temporarily but that doesn't say that the president can step in and then assign an acting director that the law cannot no laws going to be able to override that part of it what it was basically saying in doddfrank is that that's what happens it does not say anywhere in that bill nor would it actually or that law nor would actually be constitutional to say that a president could could not step in and assign a new acting director john and end the these the kind of things were the media doesn't do their job because it doesn't fit their narrative right because it's daguan though.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on WJR 760
"The lead lead editorial wall street journal by the editorial board from yesterday leandro costanza democrats pretend that the consumer financial protection bureau is its own branch of government and they actually stopped this is the wall street journal's starts off this way uh remember the seinfeld episode in which george costanza refuses to leave even after he was found to be fake in a disability no matter the obstacle george strove to occupy his office the us government now has its own devious doofus george in the form of lander english who insists that she deserves to run the consumer financial protection bureau and is refusing to leave missing leashes the former chief of staff to richard accord ray who resigned as the cfpb director on friday but not before naming her as deputy director a position that had been vacant for two years right now the language of the doddfrank act a le let's the bureau deputy director serve as the acting director in the absence or unavailability of the director ergo mizzou english claims she is now the new acting director and never mind that the president has superseded that claimed by invoking the federal vacancies reform act to a point office of management and budget director mick mulvaney as acting director the law allows the president to temporary fill the vacancy editing just at an executive agency with a government official who has been confirmed by the senate as mulvaney already has right because he's in office of budget office of management budget director the standoff devolve into a farce worthy of seinfeld on monday as mr mulvaney occupied the director's office and met with senior employees but ms english refused to leave and pose for photos with senate democrats we can only imagine her line of inner interviews on msnbc and cnn as she portrays herself as the latest martyr four the resistance the resistance on sunday she even found her own lawyer to sue the trump administration to keep her job what she had to find her own lawyer izzy art van the way the with because even the cfb d general a seat a cfp be council general concluded that the law is on the trump's administration side as a memo from the justice department office of legal counsel explains forty other office pacific statutes provided alternatives to the vacancy act even when it is not the exclusive means for filling a vacancy the vacancy act remains and available option for.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on WTMA
"Intended to separate branch of government um you know so long as you're going after business centre harassing um americans uh the progressives are fine with it and and that's why behind the farce that we see i mean this buildings right across the street from the white house on t street behind the force that we see of these dueling acting directors um there's something really serious at stake here eats constitutional it's about how we set up government and believe me if the cfpb and leandre english word to prevail you can bet of democrats give control again they're these kind of institutions are going to multiply i the democrats have a plan here but i it's unclear to me what it is because from route the reading the his other cake caselaw in this the president will prevail yes and mr mulvaney will prevail and he he is already made it clear that he thinks this agency six hundred million dollars a year is not worth the money were paying for it so what is the democratic vat advantage to cause a firefight that they're going to lose i ordinarily amana not not waiting into that fight because i've there is no success here exactly it's i think it's a big miscalculation because look the um uh regulatory agencies do their dirty us work when people aren't watching or paying attention and they usually have some nice fluffy sounding name like the protection of cute little animals or something in this case consumer financial protection and in the by doing this by making this cutter clownish attempt to say they can appoint their own director they're drawing attention to something that republicans have been itching to reform i think there's just setting donald trump up for a win that he wasn't even looking for i mean congress has been trying to rein loose organization in with no success for many many years because they had president obama's president this could this could really be the undoing and also let's be clear for all this talk about directors you know it's it's funny to see so it really looks like mr mulvaney he's the acting director i mean he had meetings with senior staff members.
"mr mulvaney" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Intended to separate branches of government uh you know so long as you're going after business in her harassing um americans uh the progressives are fine with it and and that's why behind the farce that we see i mean this buildings right across the street from the white house on t street behind the forest that we see of these dueling acting directors um there's something really serious at stake here it's constitutional uh how we seen government and believe me if the cfpb and leandre english were to prevail you can bet if democrats get control again there are these kind of institutions are going to multiply i see that the democrats have a plan here but i it's unclear to me what it is because from the reading the hyst of the cake caselaw on this the president bill prevail yes and mr mulvaney will prevail and he he is already made it clear that he thinks this agency six hundred million dollars a year is not worth the money were paying for it so what is the democratic vat advantage to cause a firefight that they're going to lose i will ordinarily on recommend not not waiting into that fight because there's no success here exactly it i think it's a big miscalculation because look the um uh regulatory agencies do their dirty us work when people aren't watching or paying attention and they usually have some nice fluffy sounding name like the protection of cute little animals or something in this case consumer financial protection and by doing this by making this quarter clownish attempt to say they can appoint their own director they're drawing attention to something that republicans have been itching to reform i think they're just setting donald trump up for a win that he wasn't even looking for coming congress has been trying to rain this organization and with no success for many many years because they had president obama's president this good this could really be the undoing and also let's be clear for all this talk about to acting directors you know it's it's funny you say so it really looks like mr mulvaney he's the acting director i mean he had meetings with senior staff members uh he's actually.
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"Staff saying to a ignore any directives that are they're given by the deputy who is now claiming to be the temporary director leandra english missing which has filed a lawsuit against the president against mr mulvaney claiming that she should be in charge what is her argument in court that she should be the director when the president has made this appointment briefly her argument did that god craig now the lot at created at the ap provide for a mechanism by which uh uh someone becomes the acting director of directors unavailable and that this applies in this situation is that um basically she um uh the rightful claim to be in the deputy dry d m acting director and um that uh president trump cannot excuse the expression trump baghdad um by using um uh other authorities adam xpress nine chance of the law mulvaney is at his desk they tweeted photos of him at his desk he's doubt vert some emails to establish who say knock to listen to any emails at english has sent does it seem like he's in a superior position because he is on the job or neuron nine tenth for the law and the fact that they are having very plug the meetings with his senior staff really help the omb director mulvaney sort of cement his his claim to the office but the law is really ten pm through the law and in this case law happens to be on the directors side uh so far and my friend is discussed a prediction of doddfrank um.
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"The cbo says it would boost economic growth one tenth of one percentage point more than the cbo current baseline estimate which is a growth rate of one point an eight percent also has to be said we are working with white house to get mr mulvaney on this broadcast all right elsewhere in this economy the biannual meeting of the national governors association kicked off the day attended by such prominent the burden governors as he'll on most can justin trudeau known either one of them is a governor which is kind of the point there is global will turnout at this year's meeting underscoring the increasing importance the state houses have in shaping what is normally federal economic policy marketplace ryan qallaf has our life as the governor can be tough essentially you're the state's iaea but life is a former governor in a we live left you can even about a quick look it a bit y'all before he was golfing on thursday's steve bashir was the democratic governor of kentucky he says turn out like this at a governors meeting would have been very unusual before now on the trump administration's and power you will probably he'd the ish but calls of the national administrations attitude toward prayed and toward multi lateralism this tan to push eight other countries should look elsewhere for cooperation and it's not just trade governor jerry brown of california recently invited foreign leaders to a climate summit in san francisco yes i know president trump is trying to get out of the paris agreement but he doesn't speak for the rest of america governors they're also stepping up on domestic issues that the federal government once owned take immigration policy here's former republican governor jim douglas of vermont on our eric farms we need foreign workers in order to get the callous nope got the crops planted and harvested and to make sure that our area industry remains vibrant steve bashir kentucky says this is why governors are so involved in the health care debate especially in states like his which expanded medicaid you know governors are down or the rubber meets the road we see the effect of these actions on our people which makes him all the more grateful to be playing golf in new york on line lot for marketplace on wall street today more a record highs despite guinot washington will have the details when we do the numbers.
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"Percent also has to be said we are working with white house to get mr mulvaney on this broadcast all right elsewhere in this economy the biannual meeting of the national governors association kicked off the day attended by such prominent american governors as he'll on musk and justin trudeau known either one of them is a governor which is kind of the point there is global turnout at this year's meeting underscoring the increasing importance the state house houses have in shaping what is normally federal economic policy marketplace ryan qallaf has our life as the governor can be tough essentially your this state ceo but life is a former governor in a we live in lexington kentucky an amount of conquest appeal before he was golfing on thursday's steve bashir was the democratic governor of kentucky he says turn out like this at a governors meeting would have been very unusual before now only the trump administration in power you'll probably she dash but calls of the national administrations attitude toward trade and toward multi lateralism this tends to push these other countries to look elsewhere for cooperation and it's not just trade governor jerry brown of california recently invited foreign leaders to a climate summit in san francisco yes i know president trump is trying to get out of the paris agreement poses be for the rest of america governors are also stepping up on domestic issues that the federal government once owned take immigration policy here's former republican governor jim douglas of vermont on our and eric farms we need foreign workers in order to get the callous melt got the crops planted and harvested and to make sure that are very industry remains vibrant steve bashir of kentucky says this is why governors are so involved in the health care debate especially in states like his which expanded medicaid you know governors are down where the rubber meets the road we see the effect of these actions on our people which makes him all the more grateful to be playing golf in new york on line qalaat for marketplace on wall street today more record highs despite you know washington will have the details when we do the numbers.