17 Burst results for "Mr Nunez"
"mr nunez" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Well, one of the things Mr. Nunez said Mr. Comey said last night was asked by an audience member, you know, what he made of what Peter Struck and Lisa page Andrew McCabe did at the FBI Qomi said they made all of us look bad. Yes, they did make him. Look. He also made him look that also he let them get away with that. Well, you know, what struck me when interviewing him we just played sound bite when he said he was that. He everyone working under him did everything by the book. But it another sound bite with Anderson Cooper. He was criticizing struck and page saying that they should have been disciplined more. So clearly they weren't doing what they were supposed to do. We're doing it by the buck. Well, look, there's no question relates to the FIS on Carter page that nothing was done by the book. In fact, it was all done. It was all very irregular. In fact, so this is the whole idea that you could take Clinton campaign dirt and use it the fact that this is the FBI director. He didn't know that it was the Democrats who paid for it. In fact, he had said that it was the Republicans who had paid for it. So this guy doesn't really know. Well, look, I don't think he's telling the truth is is the bottom line here. The the former FBI director is not a stupid, man. He's acting awfully stupid. If you if you go back to remember when he came before our task force at the end of the last congress. This is a man. Who couldn't answer a question? I think over one hundred times he said things like I don't recall, so whatever put under oath on a body like the legislative body, congress the guy couldn't answer a question. He can do a town hall and make a lot of things up. But I look I think a lot of trouble, and he should be he made a mess of the FBI. Congressman he made a mess of.
"mr nunez" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Slow day nothing happened. But of course, it can't be true because we don't live that life anymore. Mike Quigley joins us here in studio on on a devante coming later on Andrea darlas well today. Good morning. Good morning. Morning down with Mike Commissioner friend as well. Hey, mike. How are you? I'm great. It's you know, I think if you went someone said a Senator. It depends on what day you go to Capitol Hill. How do you this? And I missed the public doesn't appreciate enough. Just how important the work that county does Justice issues healthcare issues environmental issues, if is amazing place door. I absolutely love. It was nice of you to say, Mike, but you can't come back. You have another job now. All right. So listen. I've come to a kind of a conclusion on how I'm gonna deal with this continued barrage of distractions that come up every day. And that is my mom used to say consider the source when somebody says up and stupid just consider the source. You don't have to talk about it. You don't have to defend it consider the source. So when this nincompoop Devon Nunez comes out yesterday and says that the the FBI was spying on President Trump when they conducted this investigation. No, no, they're investigating. They're investigating which happens to be their job the Federal Bureau of not spying that the F B S the FBI. So this falls under your purview? Congressman. I just I we gotta stop responding to the stupid as far as I'm concerned let you guys handle it. We appreciate that task that let's let's understand a few things when we started this investigation. The first thing that's president. President Trump suggested was that President Obama was spying on him at Trump Tower right now that information because he woke up on a Saturday morning saw on Breitbart. And he tweeted it out never ever documented. This never backed off that it wasn't true chairman at the time Nunez began this investigation, where all seventeen entities intelligence committee agreed with a high level of certainty, and that just doesn't happen. Very often if the Russians attacked our democratic process to favor one candidate over another. And chairman Nunez response when the Russians attacked, and they continue to attack was to go after the Justice department, the FBI and the rest of the Intel community the deny the director of national telecasts coats, not not a liberal guy from Indiana said that the Russians continue to do this the red lights still flashing and ranking member now thank God. Mr. Nunez continues his assault on our country. The Russians attacked us seven union has jumped into the fray and attack us too. But this is the ROY Cohn model in the Trump move in the idea is you got me dead to rights on something. I claim there's something else that you have to spend your time defending in. Then we forget about the original thing. That's a good example. There's another we have some folks running around to Richard Nixon sparked no one else would investigate something while we're gonna our fire somebody or do something that the president wants never mind. The hopeful independence of the Justice department. We're gonna find somebody will carry out dirty, and that's the kind of thing that's happening. Not just in the Justice department. But also in the the treasury department, and it's very hard to watch. I. I hope people when they look at this situation recognize the former director of CIA might morale call what the Russians did political equivalent of nine eleven. So pretty pretty serious stuff. Having watched it for two years. I think the bigger threat is is this president's reaction to it. And it's long term impact on the independence and the integrity of the FBI, the Justice department and all agencies. Well, you mentioned treasury as well. And that brings up another hot button issue. There's no question the Democrats could benefit from the fact that if Donald Trump's taxes come out, it's probably going to be bad news for him. However, every candidate should release their taxes every candidate previously the became president or ran for president to my knowledge has released their taxes states passing laws to make this happen. This is just like the mall report. If the Muller reports so good stop blocking its release if your taxes have nothing to hide then show them. I don't know why that's a leap for anybody. This is an old Paik administration, and and people need to appreciate and my goodness Christian. You should understand this as well as anyone and we come from a state where to the last four people sitting in my office are in jail or went to jail. Many of our last governor's transparencies the only way to win back the public trust. They have a right to know if elected are making the decisions based on the public interest of their own and why release in the pub the the president's information in the Mola report matters again. Understand what that means when they say this investigation begin again as counter intelligence information, the FBI was questioned whether the president of the United States with compromise. And there's there's a an extraordinary way to find that out. And that's the find out at least part of it through his tax returns. And I believe the mall were port must have some information there. But again molars job was different. Moller's job was to determine who to bring the Justice. Our job is to find out who did this who was involved here and work on the counter intelligence issues. Let me ask you Bridget something to as public people in in politics. If we live in a time that's different than any other time. And I don't mean good way. But we live in a time where you can be accused of something you didn't do very easily. Online or other places because your public person paid by public tax dollars. Shouldn't you response be? I didn't do it. But I'm going to get behind the investigation to prove to you that I didn't do it as opposed to. I am incensed by the accusation. How dare you, sir? Because that's not an answer. Look, nobody likes to be accused of anything. One hundred percent. You have to know though, when you step into this role. You open yourself up a little bit more for that. And so, but it's the fair thing. Even if it's an unfair accusation can be angry about it. But you also have to participate because it's not about whether you think it's fair it's about whether everybody who's paying your salary thinks it's fair. And so, you know, it it's it's the way of life. I mean that that's the way it goes don't get into it. Yeah. Off particularly if you there four hundred thirty five people in the house, two hundred eighteen half to decide whether something should become a law at least fifty one and the Senate. So that's a lot of power. And you ought to know why those people are making their decisions one person is president can decide whether something is a law or an extraordinary of power as commander in chief and the head of multiple agencies with some of the most powerful controls in the in the whole world. So the only read about monologue. Oh visiting there. President Obama wherever he was dealing businesses. Governor even when it wasn't in the White House released the travel logs, and I have a Bill in congress to just this Bill says wherever you're doing business, you have to release your travel logs where now finding out they're very. Very questionable people by number ships. They're having access to and visiting the president or official business. And we don't know who they are. You know, there's no way we know that there's anything bad going on to your point transparency helps us understand it in behavior. Can't be okay. We can't change the standards to that level that that behavior is okay. That's the part. That's just so maddening because that's not democrat or Republican. That's american. Right. And I do believe eventually will pass and knowing we'd president night states without having released their last six years of tax forms while we got absolutely no help. This was last week those they had to be IRS the Commissioner and secretary of the treasurer before the committee, I chair and. I had a hard time getting Mattamy who's gonna make the decision. I didn't. I wasn't surprised. They wouldn't do it clearly under the law secretary treasury is not the person started. It is the IRS Commissioner the IRS Commissioner didn't wanna answer to what they were going to do. But it was very clear that the White House was communicating with them about the decision and that again gets into the issue. An administration. That's all take. And it's just not good government. We actually in this world of bizarre. Bizarre where we live in his. We were told by members of the Republican side of the house that there's no way the intelligence committee could get an unredacted copy of the mullahs report because you know, congress they'll leaked. So is there that much of a lack of discipline on the intelligence committee or a subcommittee of intelligence committee under penalty of law that you couldn't see a bipartisan version of an unredacted Muller memo. So the public could actually know what we paid for. I've been on the committee over four years now, and I will tell you that. Liam gotten information, this far more sensitive classified, and they got out more damaging than anything that could be in the Mola report. I mean, a lot lives are at stake. American lives are at stake with keeping that information classified. And I think they do by large. Excellent job. The fact that there are leaks. There have been leaks. I suspect there are leaks drawing in caves, but the using that as an excuse just doesn't fly. This administration purposely or inadvertently has leaked far more information than Nunez report the Justice department and the Intel community said released information in his memo to go after the FBI that they said was reckless and dangerous. So they have released information purposely to make their point. We don't want information out there. And we're not gonna take their stance to do the same thing that's classified. But we handle stuff that's classified. It. Just the way for them to keep it quiet insane. Imagined in your job, whatever you. Your job. Is you go to work this morning go you can't task me with that? I'm completely irresponsible. No you trust me with that. Why would you even bring that up? I'll screw that up. I mean, nobody works that way. It's it's outlandish. Appreciate your time. Anything on your agenda? You wanted to mention before we run out of time. Well, look, I thought of you the last time the Blackhawks drafted third I looked at the board. And I said who's this toes guy? We're done. Okay. Yeah. He turned out. All right. We'll do that again. We'll be we'll be right for next year. Although we're going to drop the defense know what you could. Well, be right. And you know, the game and still play it. Thank you, sir. I appreciate it. Thank you all take care. Go congressman Mike Quigley, Bridget.
"mr nunez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Meeting. And he said we're going to look into his finance. I said where did that come from? You always talked about Russia collusion with Russia, collusion delusion. All right. So you heard the president mentioned Representative Adam Schiff, a leading some of those investigations chairs the house intelligence committee all of this while house leadership tries to keep impeachment talk at bay. Well, I think there was direct evidence in the emails the emails from the Russians through their intermediary offering dirt on Hillary Clinton. As part of what is described in writing as the Russian government effort to help elect Donald Trump. They offer that dirt. There is an acceptance of that offer in writing from the president's son John junior, and there's overt acts in furtherance of that that is the meeting at Trump Tower and all the lies to cover up that meeting at the Trump Tower apparently lies that the president participated in that to me is direct evidence. But there's also abundant circumstantial evidence there is for example evidence of Manafort sharing internal polling data with someone linked to the Russian intelligence services. Do that what legitimate purpose is there for things like that Michael Cohen testimony was circumstantial evidence that the president was dealing with Roger stone who was dealing with WikiLeaks and effort. Releases of information Browns for you still these are serious allegations. Here's the thing. And I've made this I made this distinction all along and that is while there is abundant evidence of collusion. The issue from a criminal point of view is whether there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt of a criminal conspiracy. And that is something that we will have to await Bob Malysz report and the underlying evidence to determine we will also have to look at the whole body of improper and criminal actions by the president I quoting those campaign finance crimes to determine whether they rise to the level of removal from office. I've said that I think we should await the evidence from Bob Muller as well as our own work, and I'm pleased to see that Mr. Nunez who and I and I have profound disagreements about many things aren't agreement on one thing the report, and the evidence needs to be provided congress, I think that also needs to be made public shift making those comments to CBS. Meanwhile, Representative Jerrold Nadler is the. Chairman of the house committee that would be in charge of impeachment. He says the panels requesting documents today for more than sixty people from Trump's administration family and business a second federal agencies now probing the latest crash involving a tesla electric vehicle of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration dispatched a field team to Delray Beach, Florida. That's where a fifty year old man died Friday is tesla drove beneath a semi trailer. That was crossing a roadway. The circumstances are eerily similar to those involving tesla crash in two thousand sixteen near Gainsville. The NTSB was already working with the new crash. Both agencies will likely look into whether Tesla's autopilot driving system was being used in the vehicle Oakland. Teachers are back on the job. This after union members voted to approve a contract deal with district officials the Oakland Education Association voted in favor of its Sunday. That agreement was reached after three thousand teachers walked off the job February twenty first prompting seven days of marathon negotiations for. Higher pay smaller classes and more score resources at strike, effectively cleared out the city's eighty six schools and Subaru's recalling one point three million vehicles in the US because the brake lights might not work. The recall covers certain twenty fourteen in two thousand sixteen foresters at two thousand eight through two twenty sixteen Impreza and two thousand thirteen through two thousand seventeen cross tech vehicles Subaru said, the problem doesn't happen. Very often. In fact, it's only had thirty three reports in the US Subaru says it discovered the problem SpaceX. His new crew capsules arrived at the international space station acing its second milestone, just over a day. Three astronauts had a front row view as the dragon neatly docked Sunday morning and became the first American may design for cruise spacecraft to pull up to the international space station in eight years quite a milestone, and they were celebrating at SpaceX headquarters. Alright. So with that good. So with that go and you heard. Seven decimal one. So that's the next step in their procedures. And that's for them to actually go in and start opening up. The hatch seven decimal one has to move in close to that seven decimal to is to open the hatch. So we are right there. Seven A M Pacific. I think eight oh seven AM eastern time. I'm doing some quick math in my head. And that the international space station and dragon docked together flying over the northern Atlantic about two hundred and fifty five statute miles in the air. So the dragon hatches up, and you could see an arm. This is the very first time that humans have been on orbit inside of a dragon capsule or any. Dragging capsule. All right again. So it looks like divvied chalk, he's going to be the first one through he's going to take some quick atmospheric readings he's using a device that.
"mr nunez" Discussed on 1A
"I wonder if congressman Schiff has any view on whether it could the intelligence committee or some committee could subpoena that report if it's not being released by the committee. That's a great question to one of our listeners actually asked the same thing congressman, well, it depends on what the report contains. But yes, I think we can compel much of the information to become public. That is a part of his report. There may be exceptions to that that our grand jury material or that are classified material, but what we have seen over the last two years. And this is something that I've continually raised with the Justice department is that the house intelligence committee under Mr. Nunez as Jeffrey was saying saw as its goal basically acting as Rudy Giuliani in the congress the defense team for the president. And they did this by badgering the Justice. Departments to turn over documents that they would often leak publicly, but what I kept impressing upon. The Justice department is your providing documents in a closed case the Clinton investigation tens or hundreds of thousands of pages of documents. And you're also providing discovery in terms of an open investigation the Muller investigation when the congress changes hands, and now this is a conversation. I had before the midterms. How are you going to tell a new majority that they cannot see the same information get access the same information that you have been providing the current majority that will be unsustainable. And I think they understand that which means that we are going to be in a position to insist on getting information, particularly when the Muller investigation is over about what Bob Muller was able to look into about whether they're going gonna constraints placed on his investigation, whether there were issues he wanted to look into that. He was prohibited from looking into and and some of the details about his findings. So. Whether it's the actual report or investigative materials. The department of Justice now has a very recent precedent to providing broad discovery to the congress, and it's going to have to live with that. Let me ask you where the stands now. Congressman do you have plans to send out specific subpoenas yet as has already started yard drafting them. Well, you know, what we intend to do? And this is what we urge the majority to do over the last two years is always seek voluntarily voluntary complaints. I you go to witnesses you go to businesses and request either their testimony or documents and you do so voluntarily. It's only if they refuse and the information is vital to investigation that you consider subpoena, and that will be our practice. Now. There are some entities like banks and tell C communications providers that may be very willing to cooperate but do require getting a subpoena to protect themselves. So in those cases, you do a subpoena, and it's not really involuntary. But it's necessary to get the information you need. So we're. We're looking at at all the situations where in communication with individuals that we want to come testify with entities that we want documents from to try to work through this and figure out the best way to get their cooperation. Who's at the top of the list?.
"mr nunez" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"That they weren't wouldn't be there but there's never seen all of their awesome live awesome life i i mentioned they woodley yeah they are um so my ex father in law is the person who trains all the teachers and faculty with in southern utah oh wow he's a really great man he's retire um he's an afghan zero from special forces he he knows his stuff and he trains at least three to four times a week if not i believe with uh jeez a dozen times a month is what he does and so he does it for free he's retired but he's always on it he's always teaching proactively for all the teachers all the faculty with in southern utah and i i i've seen then i always wondered why he left california and he says because the laws you know there there's just too much too fast and but you know if we were as proactive locally or at least what mr nunez said about the teachers air you know the schools taking over for their their own so you know self mandating uh their own policies but that that's pretty much utah does is they leave it up to the local districts school districts to pretty much you know have their own mandate and policies and procedures in place for the teacher but i i can't get too much in his training because i don't know it sure uh you know i don't wanna you know be wrong but yeah i if we can maybe follow suit or a look at that a little bit in this crazy state what we are but we in order to do that though we'd have to undo its already there and that's this ban on teachers carrying guns in school too too much fight but thanks for taking my call right you have a wonderful there okay you too you know the the only way to undo that would be through you know a ballot initiative and is the state of california grown up enough to do such a thing to vote for such a thing i don't think that we are i don't i don't have faith in the voters to understand this issue in california so shame hey mike it's up they rate hey listen um i'm frustrated with a couple.
"mr nunez" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Yeah if it wasn't so sad and tragic for our country would almost be funny i don't think they know exactly how to exert privilege to do so you have to do so in writing with explanations they certainly didn't do that and there was a sense of waiver he was answering some questions the first round a few today and obviously there were other members of the trump associates who answered questions in the science same timeframe so they have an exerted the privilege they seemed to do it occasionally in wave it which are simply not allowed to do but here's why this matters if the white house is allowed to dictate investigations like this you might as well forget the fact that this is a separate but equal branch of government or there's any hope for an independent investigation quite honestly the speaker of the house has to step up it's not going to happen with the chairman of this committee mr nunez we've seen that a track record there the only person that can get mr noon yes to step up by his actions in his orders is the speaker of the house we simply can't let the white house dictate what's taking place here because they want to obstruct this investigation is there any republican support on the committee for holding steve bannon in contempt for refusing to answer those questions well look i think both sides in in all honesty were upset with how today went forward the question on both sides questioned the validity of the privileged that was being exerted so of now would be a good time they've got a were not in dc next week i hope my republican colleagues get together and decide how to move forward with contempt proceedings it is far beyond just mr bannon it is far beyond this investigation if they want to have any credibility to make witnesses testify in the future on important investigations like this if they let mr bannon do this and tell the white house that you don't have to follow orders mandated orders from the congress than all future investigations are in serious jeopardy is your committee's investigation coast close to coming to a conclusion.
"mr nunez" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Obviously all investigations begin on the periphery and they move toward the metal they move a lot faster when people start talking in cooperating you asked if the white house should be worried i think they're worry was manifested as the indictments took place and the news that two of them had started to cooperate now a third i think if you had a parallel track here as this news came out the white house started being very worried and they started more and more elements of obstruction today we witness some of that when one of their former employees was following their gag orders you mentioned being of course the former chief strategist steve bannon appeared before your committee today for the second time we've been told you would not answer questions about the transition vote loking executive privilege again tell us from your perspective what happened in that room yeah if it wasn't so sad and tragic poor our country would almost be funny i don't think they know exactly how to exert privilege to do so you have to do so in writing with explanations they certainly didn't do that and there was a sense of waiver he was answering some questions the first round a few today and obviously there were other members of the trump associates who answered questions in the science same timeframe so they have an exerted the privilege they seem to do it occasionally in wave it which are simply not allowed to do but here's why this matters if the white house is allowed to dictate investigations like this you might as well forget the fact that this is a separate but equal branch of government or there's any hope for an independent investigation quite honestly the speaker of the house has to step up it's not going to happen with the chairman of this committee mr nunez we've seen that a track record there the only.
"mr nunez" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The attack then they went on the attack but now i can intimidate me at this point we have a very very courageous chairman mr nunez who have been sporting now for quite some time and i do want to say this and i mean it earnestly all the radio talk show hosts and all the tv talk show host who sat back in wanted to see how this played out in the earliest days who had fear to get involved who didn't want to come to my defence even including some friends all of them you should learn from this you should learn from this now of course there in the front and alive patting themselves on the head i don't know what four but it is better to have them now participating then there's than being a war and they were a wall for the longest time the really a handful of uh of us carrying the ball here in pushing pushing pushing giving the kind of support to nunez and others on the intel committee who needed it paul others were hanging back waiting to see because this this is a business were a limitless villa i'll let me say this there want lot of wonderful smart people in the spurs there's also cowards kuwait and see and then sprang let's continue jim oakland california the great ksfo go.
"mr nunez" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Cannot let him position it that way and i wasn't positioning i was just laying it out then they went on the attack then they went on the attack but not going intimidate me at this point we have a very very courageous chairman mr nunez who have been sporting now for quite some time and i do want to say this and i mean it earnestly all the radio talk show host and all the tv talk show host who sat back in wanted to see how this played out in the earliest days who had fear to get involved who didn't want to come to my defence even including some friends all of them you should learn from this you should learn from this now of course there in the front of the line patting themselves on the hit i don't know what four but it is better to have them now participating then this than being a war and they were a wall for the longest time the really a handful of a of us carrying the ball here in pushing pushing pushing given the kind of support to nunez and others on the intel committee who needed it while others were hanging back waiting to see because this this is a business a let me let alone well let me say this or what lot a wonderful smart people in this business there's also a coward who wait and see and then sprang let's continue jim oakland california the great ksfo go hey how's it going mark worker where the heck is george i cannot believe there's a five judge walking out there he's walking the planet eating dinner he's watching tv got brent he's talking to whereas this guy i mean you know he's he he had the justice department come up wi straight to space manipulate him make a fool out of this.
"mr nunez" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"I also want to say that my colleague mr quigley again and repeatedly asked the chairman whether he or any of his staff had consulted with coordinated conceptualized this memo in combination with the white house we know after all that the chairman embarked on a similar effort to coordinate a campaign early on in the investigation and once again mr nunez refused to answer the questions at the very end of the hearing he gave a very lawyer lean written response or read or written response saying that the white house had not been involved in the actual drafting of the memo but in terms of whether it was coordinated with the white house or they were consulted or strategize the whole concept he refused to answer those questions uh and i was in it's a very important question for our committee so this this remains an open question i thought this would be settled by now i thought eventually they'd be able to dislike be clear if people know we didn't have anything to do with it but this is an open question was this not just a congressional republican effort to try to defend the white house by jiting up this false controversy about the fbi was this actually the white house working with congressional republicans to ginned up this false controversy involving the fbi with an open obstruction of justice inquiry into the president in the white house already that would be a very very high risk move for this white house.
"mr nunez" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Cannot let him position it that way and i wasn't positioning i was just laying it out then they went on the attack then they went on the attack but not going to intimidate me at this point we have a very very courageous chairman mr nunez who have been sporting now for quite some time and i do want to say this and i mean and earnestly all the radio talk show host in all the tv talk show host who sat back in wanted to see how this played out in the earliest days who had fear to get involved who didn't want to come to my defence even including some friends all of them you should learn from this you should learn from this now of course there in the front of the line patting themselves on the head i don't know what four but it is better to have them now participating then there's than being a war and they were a wall for the longest time the really a handful of a of us carrying the ball here in pushing pushing pushing given the kind of support to nunez and others on the intel committee who needed it while others were hanging back waiting to see because this this is a business were a let me leila well let me say this there what lot a wonderful smart people in this business there's also a coward who wait and see and then spring let's continue gm oakland california the great ksfo go hey how's it going mark hey wilson where they have to is this charge i cannot believe there's a fis the judge walking out there he's walking the planet you eating dinner he's watching tvs got rent he's talking to whereas this guy i mean you know he's he he had the justice department come up wi straight to space manipulate him make a fool out of this.
"mr nunez" Discussed on WDRC
"Lead i met exactly what i suspected earlier and i just float of that out there uh when we first talked about the story a while back uh because it would that that would be logical that director ray and known as having met on sunday and going over in reviewing the ah fourpage memo that there was some concerns because that's one thing that came out even in the ah politico story they were pointing out that nunez appealed to the director of the fbi to flag any areas of concern and so then you could have from that any changes being made which by the way is isn't that what the uh i think what langer points out here uh you know that's this is really what the democrats have asked for in terms of allowing the fbi to italy see it yes view s rat call went on for how long you know they should let them see it let them see it now it kind of evolved or at least some took it to the level of will they should have the final say so well no and no but nunez thought it was appropriate to have director ray review that they did so on site and the yelling that that we in the argue about change what at the other eta was a request apparently according langer from the minority righteous headed by schiff which then you have to ask your question what he said this is supersecret will it can't be totally supersecret if you the minority made one the changes are actually in the memo well and that's it if it was a change based on your request and mr nunez uh fulfilled that request than what's the problem at least in that one incident it incident an supersecret well pretty much until the president declassified that or the american people see it it's all supersecret now the grammatical errors as they were trying to figure out what the meaning of the word is is yes and at one point also it read the fis the courts ain't got no right and so they had of correct that in my business in in my buddies i'd been mi biz wax know asked this question the.
"mr nunez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
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"mr nunez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Fact that are required to hearings over the last year have been rejected we've had almost no consideration of this the fact that president trump didn't have the courage and his administration didn't have the courage to send one person to testify at that table an answer questions about this the fact that this bill was dropped on us at the last minute a managers amendment at the end monday and then a managers amendment that the chairman will not even explain the provision won't tell us how much they cost what they do and we don't have anyone here to explain it but you know it's really not from looking at this side of the table that counts it's for looking at the other side of the table side of the table that so many people across america are looking at this and trying to figure out what good does it do for be and for my family well the answer for most of them is not anything other than give you the opportunity to pay for more debt but this whole process is about a bill that is so bad that is so rachid that they fear the involvement not just of us as members of this committee on a fair and democratic basis but they fear the examination of this bill by the american people and that's why they pass it today in this contrive way and they will bring it up on the floor of the house next week and it is only getting involved by contacting their members by demanding fairness in this bill that we have the opportunity that i think can be achieved the ultimately rich as it must be reject you gentlemen democrat lloyd dog it from texas fly from the ways and means committee mr nunez she recognized speak on the amendment thank you republican devin nunes california first let me congratulate you and all of the attacks team for putting the seville together in this managers amendment there's a reason why we haven't done this and nearly forty years it's difficult and this committee has worked on it for many many years at many many hearings at all the american people are frustrated because every year we say we're going to fix the.
"mr nunez" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"That adds to the timeline of what chairman nunez did last week that brought the house intelligence investigation to a halt and it also adds to the suspicion mr nunez cholula didn't somewhere with the white house helping make each domino in this story knock over the next so here's what ryan was a wrote in the new yorker about what a white house official told him before that bombshell hearing when director coming in the head of the and it's a mike rogers testified last monday quote last monday morning shortly before the start of the hearing a senior white house official told me business ryan loser speaking you'll see the setting of the predicate that's the thing to watch today he also said and i quote watching nunez today again that's a senior white house official telegraph in your strategy that would become clearly hearing telegraph thing a punch if you will not only that this officially me describe what kind of punches coming suggesting that loser reader report in the hill which was dated eleventh of margin nine full days before the hearing so here's the lead of that report from the hell instead quote intelligence agencies could have inadvertently collected and then search donald trump's phone calls under a controversial loop all it loophole in surveillance law experts say even if they do not involve a wire tapping order from a federal court so that's really interesting when you consider a because that's a senior white house official telling ryan lives of the new york or the morning of this hearing to basically watch for talk about inadvertent collection of donald trump not direct wire tabbing but inadvertent collection and to specifically watch nunez in you guessed at here is chairman nunez in his opening remarks listen where the communications of officials are associates of any campaign subject to any kind of in proper surveillance the intelligence community has its has.
"mr nunez" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A president truck we you know as a matter of now that the transition team wentz survey out legal eighty according to end mr nunez right but it was survey out and what we know happen from there was not legal that trot his transition team discussions about his family and so forth and so on where record and train scribe rather than purge to probably door that question and they have to do should have a my suck or warranted on a foreigner a some foreign enterprise but that does not give let ready to the obama administration to record trends scribes and sobre nother departments in agencies information about private citizens information about the incoming president of the united states tennis transition take so i want to be clear associate and so the los angeles times then they are times the washington post but all the other crap boys was out there i want them to understand these are police take tactics there is no legitimate reason for that information of a trend scribe in spread across paris intelligence and law enforcement agencies not zero moreover the other investigation they ongoing investigation led by jagger call me.
"mr nunez" Discussed on News Talk Florida
"Committed the chairman mr nunez said he doesn't believe the up the i had a a warrant so how did this happened you can do that that's against the law and so if you've had as many of nine sources inside the intelligence community that means everybody knew about this well and that you had a i think that was ordered is i'd be yeah by somebody higher up who's hot is how does happen that so many people know something that isn't supposed to happen if an american citizen is talking with anybody on a form line and and the and essay gets that on tape anything that the american citizen says unless there was a five so warrant is never supposed to be made public ever there isn't supposed to be any transcript of it if there's a phone call that part is supposed to be a race and leicester is a warren now before ending the terry yeah what he says is fine but and then that said by the american and there are rules and regulations as missed and i mean i said about this that look there are specific roles and regulations this stop isn't supposed to get out and if you fall if if investigators or an agency happens to come across should that transcript or that recording there's a process it there's a process and they were let's say targeting the the the russian in this case and they happened to get something then there's a process if they happen to get something that they believe was a threat or maybe at that american citizen committing a crime there's a process to follow here and the process does not include going to the media and so that's a huge question because dooley you had out the possibility of during the trump administration road intelligence analyst and agents let me now top secret information in order to destroy the president of the united states his administration.