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"mr rosenstein" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"This march. He wrote that quote after reviewing special counsel's final Republicans say that. No, I'm asking a question in your March twenty fourth summary. You wrote that quote after reviewing the special counsel's final report deputy attorney, general Rosenstein, and I have concluded that the evidence is not sufficient to establish that the president committed an obstruction of Justice offense. Now, the special counsel's investigation produced a great deal of evidence. I've led to believe it included. Witnesses notes and emails witnesses. Congressional testimony. Witnesses interviews which were summarized in the FBI throw two forms. Former FBI director Comey's memos and the president's public statements. My question. Is in reaching your conclusion, did you personally review all of the underlying evidence? No, we took an did we up to Mr. Rosenstein? No, we accepted the statements in the report as the factual record. We did not go underneath it to see whether or not they were accurately accepted as accurate and made. Are you are accepted the report as the evidence? Yes, you did not question or look at the underlying evidence that supports the conclusions in the report. No. Did Mr. Rosenstein review, the evidence that underlines and supports the conclusions in the report to your knowledge. Not to my knowledge, we accepted, the statements and the report anywhere communication of the evidence is drew did anyone in your executive office review the evidence supporting the report. No. Yet, you represented to the American public that the evidence was not quote sufficient to support an obstruction of Justice. The the evidence presented in the report. This is not this is not mysterious process in the department of Justice. We have processed memos and declamation memo's every day coming up, and we don't go and look at the underlying evidence we say, which is the characterization of the evidence as true as the attorney general of the United States you on the United States Department of Justice. If in any US attorney's office around the country, the head of that office when being asked to make a critical decision about in this case, the person who holds the highest office in the land, and whether or not that person committed a crime, would you accept them recommending charging decision to you? If they had not reviewed the evidence without question for Bob Muller. He's the US attorney. He's the one who presents the report. But it was you who made the? To censor. You made the decision not to charge the president in the process memo, and in the declaration memo, you said it was your baby. What did you mean by that? It was my baby to let the decide whether or not to disclose it to the public, and whose decision was it who's who had the power to make the decision about whether or not the evidence was sufficient project make a determination of whether there had been an obstruction of Justice prosecuted. Memo's go up to the supervisor in this case, it was the, you know, the attorney general and the deputy attorney general who who decide on the final decision and that is based on the memo as presented by the US attorney's office..
Barr grilled about Mueller letter in heated Senate testimony
"And extrordinary revelation by the New York Times that in late March the special prosecutor, Mr. Muller wrote a letter to the attorney general complaining thought they're complaining. The matter here is Russia gate, the context and here is the molar report. The weekend of the complaint was the one where the attorney general received the Muller report, and then issued an executive summary, pending the reduction of the Miller report, which came some weeks, later, gentlemen, a very good evening to you. Go to the letter that we now have written by we're told the special prosecutor. Mr. Muller, he signed it. But the sentence that seems to have the most complaint in it, quote, the summary letter the department sent to congress and released to the public late in the afternoon of March twenty fourth did not fully capture the context nature and substance of this offices work and conclusions and quote and a. I'm puzzled about this complaint to the attorney general. The word context throws made the word nature is a total. Puzzling and substance of this offices work is this something that's regular exchange between serving a prosecutors and the in the office and the boss himself. Does this happen all the time? Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. No, it's extrordinary. I guess part of it is explained by, you know, people do all kinds of things when they're on their way out the door as some of the staff of this mullah's, and this more self they're apt to do all kinds of stuff when they're going out the door and no longer even cells in the chain of command. But they wouldn't dare have done before that maybe a little of that going on my sense, John is that the sequence of events that's important as attorney general bar pointed out in his testimony was that before bar put out his March twenty four th letter outlining conclusions of Muller's investigation, which he received on two days early on much second before the March twenty four bar letter goes out he gives molar these special counsel an opportunity that we've you the letter before issuing it and Muller declines that opportunity. Bars letter conveys, and this is not something I think that's contestable. That Muller did not make decision on the obstruction charge. Which was quite surprising since that was the main thing that he was brought in I believe to the side. And I think what happened was when bar revealed that Muller had abdicated on the main job that Muller was given to do. There was a lot of press criticism that arose from that. And after hearing all that stuff couple of days, they got miffed, and they sent this letter in and then when bar confronted baller about the letter the day after receiving it PS and quite blank point blank, rather. Are you saying that the letter is inaccurate and Muller, according to bar said, no the letter the complaint was not that. The letter was inaccurate. Was that the press? Coverage was an accurate. So here I think we get to the two things that are of concern to the tender sensibilities of people on Muller staff. One is that they got negative press coverage and because they were the avengers against Trump. They didn't get any negative press coverage. So this was something that was new to them, and I think probably difficult to deal with. And then the second thing is that. Bar is a prosecutor in the old school mold of the Justice department, which is at the prosecutor's job, which is the one that that Muller didn't do on obstruction is to make determination about whether there's enough evidence to charge. Well, whether there's not that's what we need to hear from. Prosecutors not the mood music around the determination, we need that determination that is. Well, part of the problem that it seems from this letter that they've inverted the master server relationship is not the special counsel work for the attorney general. Yes. The the normal chain of command is that the the special counsel reports to the attorney general, but I think that is what happened here was first of all we shouldn't have had a special counsel because there was no crime, and there was no conflict, which the two things you need under the rigs to justify special counsel. They were given that as the Democrats who complained about the firing of me were given a special counsel. Anyway, by Mr. Rosenstein, the the then deputy attorney general, and he made a commitment to the Democrats because they were saying mean things about him in the media. And he wanted them to stop that. He would give Muller basically carte lunch. Muller would have no restrictions. He'd be able to take the investigation wherever he decided to take it. So that would no crime no crime, no parameters. No restrictions on Muller. And then what happened that of importance in the last two months? Is that you know, we got an actual attorney general now who thinks that his job is to be the attorney general, which means he gets to supervise the prosecutors and Muller and his staff got used to operating for two years without any real to provisions, and as a result of that they did things like for example, the microcosm. I think that captures best with the report is like is the George Papadopoulos or the Roger stone indictment. You can pick either one. But both of them are the same thing, you have basically a relatively tiny in the scheme of things process crime that a normal prosecutor would charge a one half power graph indictment saying on you know, on such and such day, the defendant knowingly willfully lied to the FBI, you know, by saying X, and that would be the end of it. Instead with Muller what we got was fourteen. Pages of almost collusion. Nearly collusion. Lots of Russians around here who knows when collusion will happen. And then you put to the last page, and it's got nothing to do with collusion process crime. So that was the way he ran the investigation. And then when we got to the end, he hopes that that would be the way his report would go out. And instead what bar told him essentially was, you know, this is like a prosecutor's office would not writing screenplay and the public with the bottom line in the investigation, which is what you're supposed to get. The attorney general has now spoken to the Senate Judiciary committee and two members of the committee following the end of the testimony Senator Harris of California's Senator Geraldo of Wii have called for the attorney general's resignation. So this matter is now partisan contest is no longer. Just a search for the facts. However, I mentioned that. In addition, the House Judiciary committee. Cities expecting to turn general to testify and the latest news. The attorney general will not because of unusual demands by the house committee for the terms of that testimony. So we're thrown back on this dispute, and I want to identify the dispute in common in terms of what of us was not a lawyer, which is make you to our lawyers. It very much looks like and the word rift was used in an interview on the New Yorker with a Mr. mazzetti and Mr Schmidt, the two times reporters working this story and first revealed the bar. They Muller letter the word rift was used it very much looks to me as those who seek the president's unhappiness impeachment removal from office are siding with Mr. Muller those who seek to support right now. The Trump administration are siding with Mr. bar that looks? To me. I'm non lawyer to be an. An unequal match Mr. bars, the attorney general, and Mr. and Mr. Mueller is a serves the attorney general, do you believe that there is a head of us that scale of contest he said he said they're going to pick these two men against each other in a pending impeachment inquiry. Well, I think John that the way that that that is being teed up as if it was a contradiction makes an assumption. That's not true. And that is that what congress would have to find for impeachment is the same thing that a prosecutor would have had to sign for indictment and important. A fact they're very different. So what I think happened here is not necessarily that that bar and Muller are in conflict, at least in terms of what the facts love, I think they have some legal disagreements, but I think the thing to keep your eye on here is that bar as the attorney general is conducting himself as a prosecutor. And what prosecutors concern is is is there enough evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. To prove a penal offence in court. That was supposed to be Muller's job too. But I believe, and this is the whole thing about, you know, context and substance, and what I call mood music, and and narrative what Muller decided to do and to make his investigation was not the finding of charges or the decision. Whether charges were justified or not what he decided to do with to craft the narrative, and what you know, the the if there's a conflict here, it's that mo- that bar believes consistent with the with the old line Justice department way of thinking about the job of the prosecutor your job is to find out. There's enough evidence to charge or there, isn't what Muller seems to think is that a prosecutor's job is to write a screenplay of a narrative, which is peppered occasionally by things like processed primes. But otherwise what what your job is is to is to crap a story. That paints the president in as unflattering alive as possible mindful of the fact that congress doesn't need a penal offence in order to impeach. So I think they're serving different purposes more than being in in sexual
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Page in light of this new book by Andrew McCabe. I mean, all these times the inspector general's report lying lying, lying, lying lying. But then again, you know, is is he telling the truth about rod Rosenstein on the other hand because Ron changed this story about, you know, those wearing a wire issue in Boca on the twenty fifth amendment issue number types, who do you tend to believe Carter page. Well, Sean, all I know is within weeks of everything that Mr. McCabe was referring to yesterday, Mr. Rosenstein signed the final Fiso warranty in June twenty seventeen. Yes, he did by the way by that time. We would have known that the bulk of information in every five application omitted that Hillary paid for it omitted that it was never verified or corroborated and McCabe. Remember once infamous infamously said, oh, no dossier. No Fiso warrant. Absolutely. And you know, as I showed you that same month within days of what Mr. McCabe was referring referring to yesterday, I sent a series of emails to Mr. Rosenstein, right as he had been appointed. I sent him a bunch of emails explaining reality. And you know, he nonetheless went ahead and continued the series of lies. And now we're starting to see a little bit of a picture of just how corrupt this entire process was what are you wanting to do? Now who is next that you're going to sue? Well, Sean, this is just all very typical because the battle is, you know, it's exactly as you're alluding to throughout this program. They are lying to courts, they are lying to the American people and the DNC who I've been suing in Oklahoma. They filed a number of responses to my original complaint last year. And you know, I'm fighting to get the truth out there. I. Sent a letter to FBI director Ray asking for him for some disclosure about the the terror threats that this led to and so hopefully, you know, we'll get a little disclosure, but it's an ongoing battle. All right. Well, it hasn't been fair to you your constitutional rights with trampled on. And it's pretty unbelievable that more people don't care about that aspect of it or the real Russia collusion, and you know, hopefully, the attorney general does his job, otherwise just, you know, just shred the constitution. Equal Justice under the law equal application of our laws. I Carter page. Thank you. Appreciate it. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be part of the program, and we'll get to the very latest on this Justice small at situation and more straight.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Continue with Carter page in light of this new book by Andrew McCabe. I mean, all these times the inspector general's report lying lying, lying, lying lying. But then again, you know, is is telling the truth about rod Rosenstein on the other hand because rod changed this story about you know, this wearing a wire issue and in Boca on the twenty fifth amendment issue number types, who do you tend to believe Carter page. Well, Sean, all I know is within weeks of everything that Mr. McCabe was referring to yesterday, Mr. Rosenstein signed the final Fiso warranty in June twenty seventeen. Yes, he did by the way by that time. We would have known that the bulk of information in every FIS application omitted that Hillary paid for it omitted that it was never verified or corroborated and McCabe. Remember once infamous infamously said, oh, no dossier. No FIS award. Absolutely. Yeah. You know, as I showed you that same month within days of what Mr. McCabe was referring to yesterday, I sent a series of emails to Mr. Rosenstein, right as he had been appointed. I sent him a bunch of emails explaining reality. And you know, he nonetheless went ahead and continued the series of lies. Now, we're starting to see a little bit of a picture of just how her up this entire process was what are you wanting to do? Now who is next that you're going to sue? Well, Sean, you know, it's this is just all very typical because the battle is, you know, it's exactly as you're alluding to throughout this program. They are lying to courts, they are lying to the American people and the DNC who I've been suing in Oklahoma. They filed a number of responses to my original complaint last year. And you know, I'm I'm fighting to get the truth out there. I sent a letter to FBI director Ray asking for him for some disclosure about the terror threats that this led to and so hopefully, you know, we'll get a little disclosure, but it's an ongoing battle. All right. Well, hasn't been fair to you, your constitutional rights were trampled on. And it's pretty unbelievable that more people don't care about that aspect of it or the real Russia collusion, and you know, hopefully, the attorney general does his job, otherwise just, you know, just shred the constitution. Equal Justice under the law equal application of our laws. I Carter page. Thank you. Appreciate it. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program, and we'll get to the very latest on this Justice small at situation and more straight.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Light of this new book by Andrew McCabe. I mean, all these times the inspector general's report lying lying, lying, lying lying. But then again, you know, is is he telling the truth about rod Rosenstein on the other hand because rod changed this story about, you know, wearing a wire issue in poking the twenty fifth amendment issue. A number times who do you tend to believe Carter page? Well, Sean, all I know is within weeks of everything that Mr. McCabe was referring to yesterday, Mr. Rosenstein signed the final Fiso warranty in June twenty seventeen. Yes, he did. By the way, by that time. We would have known that the bulk of information in every FIS application omitted that Hillary paid for it omitted that it was never verified or corroborated and McCabe. Remember once infamous infamously said. Oh, no dossier. No FIS award. Absolutely. And you know, as I showed you that seem month within days of what Mr. McCabe was referring referring to yesterday, I sent a series of emails to Mr. Rosenstein, right as he had been appointed. I sent him a bunch of emails explaining reality. And you know, he nonetheless went ahead and continued the series of lies. And now we're starting to see a little bit of a picture of just how corrupt this entire process was what are you wanting to do? Now who is next that you're going to sue? Well, Sean, you know, this is just all very typical because the battle is, you know, it's exactly as you're alluding to throughout this program. They are lying to courts, they are lying to the American people and the DNC who I've been suing in Oklahoma. They filed a number of responses to my original complaint last year. And you know, I'm I'm fighting to get the truth out there. I sent a letter to FBI director Ray asking for him for some disclosure about the terrorist threats that this led to and so hopefully, you know, we'll get a little disclosure, but it's an ongoing battle. All right. Well, it hasn't been fair to you your constitutional rights were trampled on. And it's pretty unbelievable that more people don't care about that aspect of it or the real Russia collusion, and hopefully the attorney general does his job. Otherwise, just you know, just shred the constitution. Equal Justice under the law equal application of our laws. I Carter page. Thank you. Appreciate it. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program, and we'll get to the very latest on this Justice small at situation and more straight ahead. This report brought to you by away we go travel still get the accident.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"To him about this issue at all? Again, I'm not here to talk about the internal discussions that. I have with this really critical. It's not as with all due respect. This is not an ongoing. This has known us an ongoing investigation. What has got to do with is Mr. Rosenstein in his in his role as an unbiased overseer Muller investigation. So it's not directly dealing with the investigation with deals with his capacity to be unbiased. So I'm not asking whether I'm not trying to get into the substance or even the periphery. I wanna know though, did you have a conversation with Mr. Rosenstein about his comments as reported congressman, I this is important to you. But I'm not going to answer my conversations with deputy attorney, general Rosenstein, I believe that they are deliberative, obviously, I'm exercising. The full acacia abilities acting attorney general position appreciate that. I appreciate I know that that answers important to you. I know this important to you. The answering in a way that we is American people can understand that's important to us show. Let's get to June twenty-first twenty seventeen where you said the truth is there was no collusion with the Russians and the Trump campaign. There was interference by the Russians into the election. But there was not collusion with the campaign. That's where the left seems to be combining these two issues. The last thing they want right now is the truth to come out. And the fact that there's not a single piece of evidence that demonstrates that the Trump campaign had any illegal or even improper relationships with the Russians. It's that simple view still at here to that statement. Is that still true in your mind today? Congressman as I mentioned before the previous questioning about my statements as a.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Who the house looking at it. What's the name of the US attorney? What's the name of the prosecutor who's looking at it gives us their name? There isn't any. Now, Mr. Muller keeps going to Mr. Rosenstein. To expand his investigation. But he never asked to expand it where Russia is slapping. I'm right in the face. Now. Why is that? We know why it is. We know why it is. And I had gotten so concerned about this. I decided honestly, this is not a promotion, but you think about it. That on my talk Sunday show. This is really where I can do it to reach the most people other than radio. My single guest. Is Sydney power. Our caller called in and suggested we were already thinking about it. But I want to thank the caller anyway. She's a former assistant United States attorney. She served under nine different US attorneys, democrat and Republican appointed. And she has litigated against Andrew. Weisman. And you're going to learn more about how this special counsel's office operates and the invisible hand behind Muller and all the activities going on. Because what you see that happened to stone today? What you see that happened a matter for months ago also happened to the Enron executives to the Andersen? Executives to four Merrill, Lynch executives, and you're going to see what the supreme court ruled. You're gonna see what some appellate courts ruled this guy. Weisman. Has been given more and more responsibilities. More and more power by Muller over the course of the last twenty years. Roger stone. Is not a serious person. He's a joke. He's a gossiper. He stirs the you know what? He's easy pickings for a prosecutor. Who's just out to do damage? And we should have absolutely object to that as a people. If these guys can do this to powerful people to famous people, they will roll over you and two seconds. I a bankrupt you then they're out to destroy you. There is no reason for me to still be going after manifested in Washington DC. When it's got an arm long.
Is Robert Mueller besties with Trump's new pick for Attorney General?
"Next week. We'll bring a Senate confirmation hearing for the president's pick for attorney general USA radio networks. Chris Barnes reports. While democratic opposition is not expected to derail William bars, alternate confirmation to be attorney general the top. Senate democrat Chuck Schumer says bars to bias to earn most Democrats support. And in fact, they're calling on President Trump to find a new nominee last month. We learned that Mr. bar sent the Justice department and unsolicited memo criticizing the special counsel's investigation, Mr. Rosenstein, potential departure, only heightens the stakes for Mr. bars nomination humor referring to deputy AG rod Rosenstein, who is reportedly planning to leave the Justice department as soon as a new agey comes aboard
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The acting attorney general Whitaker publicly in forcefully advocated for defunding and imposing severe limits on the special counsel's investigation calling it quote, a mere which front unquote, he has troubling conflicts of interest, including with a grand jury witness in the investigation, not to mention the fact that he appears to have been involved in fraudulent business dealings before joining the Justice department. The nominee to take his place. William bar is just as fatally conflicted a nominee when it comes to the special counsel last month. We learned that Mr. bar sent the Justice department and unsolicited memo. Criticizing the special counsel's investigation, Mr. Rosenstein, potential departure, only heightens the stakes for Mr. bars nomination from all accounts, Mr. Rosenstein has been an impartial actor at the head of the special counsel's investigation. Now, President Trump is trying to replace folks like Mr. Rosenstein with conflicted loyalists like Matthew Whitaker and William bar. The Senate starting with the judiciary committee should subject Mr. bars views to the strictest of scrutiny next week. And I still believe after the revelations about Mr. bars unsolicited memo. President trump. This nomination. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer in his leader time remarks at the opening of the Senate session today. Ten AM eastern time. The Senate is in session, and it's live on C span. Two television, the house also in session live on C span television and debate will begin within the next few hours on bills to fund the federal government in several different for different bills for different funding bills. We'll take you there when that debate begins. But there are more news conferences on the government shutdown last night, Senator Schumer and house speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to the president's address on the government shutdown and funding for the wall. And we just heard from Senator Schumer and speaker Pelosi will be holding a briefing, and that should get started in just a few minutes. Running a few minutes behind. We'll take you there as soon as her remarks begin. And while we wait, here's Sarah Sanders. White House press secretary from earlier today as she walked to the White House. Are you concerned about diminishing Republicans support Capitol Hill for the downtown is a true? Now, I'm concerned.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on AM Joy
"Rosenstein with anyone else who Senate confirmed for a period of time. And that's where the devil in the details begins to emerge because that's a large pool of folks both inside of DOJ an outside of DOJ. But many of those folks want suspect might surprise Mr. Trump as Mr. Rosenstein a pair. Did finding their loyalty is to the constitution and not to the president. I think that's our hope. Moving forward in that type of a scenario. Yeah, I think that is sort of the take on Christopher Ray and other people that he's appointed. That Trump would also be loyal personally to him for some reason rather than to the constitution into their jobs. EJ in your paper in the Washington Post, Donald Trump has been told, apparently, by aides who have explained to him that firing, Jeff Sessions would not end the Muller pro, but he remains live. It officials said, particularly after sessions responded last week with the statement that I just read declaring that the actions, the department of Justice will not be improperly influenced by political considerations. Donald Trump doesn't seem to care whether or not this action that would even be affective. He's just angry at Jeff Sessions. And I guess I don't know. I guess the worry that a lot of people have is that if Donald Trump does something that even his aides say irrational, the check on him is supposed to be there in the Senate. And Lindsey, Graham has already said these are. He's already done the Paul Ryan shrug. Then where are we. I mean, the problem with Trump aides saying anything is Trump aids, have a pretty short shelf-life. It seems and that when Trump doesn't wanna listen, he won't listen..
Explosion Outside U.S. Embassy in China Only Injures Suspect
"In the inquiry, after the news Hello, I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news the former Pakistani. Cricketer, Imran Khan is moving closer to becoming prime minister but opposition parties have alleged major vote-rigging in the, election, alleging Parkinson's powerful military favored mister. Khan early results indicate that Imran Khan's party is on course to become the. Single largest in parliament from Islamabad Sikander Kamani counting the votes is still ongoing the looks increasingly likely his party will win more seats in parliament than anyone else though it will still be short of an overall majority. However the PM party which, has been in power for the past five years has rejected the results leadership Bosh we've condemned what he called rigging he said he'll be. Using all political and legal means to challenge the result Mr.. Khan has promised to quit in new Pakistan and is seen by many voters is a break from the. Dynastic politics that is dominated the country for decades the The Japanese Justice ministry, has confirmed, that six more members of. The Machinery Co. count have been executed they were the last members of the group on death row earlier this month the cult's leader Shoko Asahara and. Six other members were hanged the group carried out an attack on the Tokyo subway, in one thousand nine hundred five with the nerve gas. Sarin, killing thirteen people and injuring thousands more the man had been on death row since they conviction in, two, thousand and four Japan's Justice minister. Yoko can make our says the group's actions were cruel and senseless on your. Date the pain and sadness inflicted by these crimes onto the victims the victims families and those who survived had to live with disabilities and their families defies the. Imagination The search is intensifying in Greece to find, at least forty people still unaccounted for following devastating wildfires. Around Athens neighboring Balkan nations and fellow EU states have been, assisting the operation, and many other countries have offered their health at least eighty one people have died A surprise merger announced. In Australia will create a media giants, that. Includes television online video streaming print and digital journalism the nine television network is to buy out, Fairfax newspapers which includes the Sydney Morning Herald and the age in Melbourne critics of the change Saito threatened the Fairfax's groups one hundred eighty year. Record of quality journalism The Australian Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says is positive move. This will make both businesses by the Fairfax. Business, on the Nine Network business stronger as. A result. It's a very competitive media environment as we all now rapidly changing with much, more competition than there was. Ten let alone twenty years ago and so that's why, the industry needs a in companies need to be able to. Consolidate and I think Mike for a stronger business. Overall you're listening to news from the BBC A small explosion has occurred outside the US embassy in, Beijing Chinese police say a. Man from the Chinese northern region of Inner Mongolia sent off a foul account of the. Embassy injuring only his hand the blast blanketed. The, streets around the embassy in white smoke Republicans in the US have begun a Bill to try to remove the country's deputy attorney general from his, post rod Rosenstein is overseeing the special counsel. Investigation into allegations of Russian interference in America's twenty sixteen presidential election from Washington Chris bond cler reports a group of almost a dozen Republican members of the house of, representatives filed the articles of impeachment. Against, rod Rosenstein accusing him of not cooperating with. Congressional inquiries the US deputy attorney general has, been consistently attacked by allies of President Trump ever since he appointed Robert Mueller lead. Special council investigation into allegations of interference and collusion and the two thousand sixteen election however the. Motion is unlikely to ever reach vote and even if all. Republicans were, to agree they wouldn't have the numbers in the Senate to, remove Mr. Rosenstein from his post the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah, has confirmed the resignation of all nine of its board members Apparently to enable the recently elected, government to determine a new leadership structure the move follows criticism from the prime minister. Mahachi Muhammad who alleged that the funds have been used by the previous government to reward politicians The BBC is to seek leave to appeal last week's high court. Judgement in favor of the British pop singer Cliff Richard and against the BBC the court ruled that the BBC's extensive, live coverage of a police raid on secluded home for years ago infringed his right. To privacy no charges were brought against the singer for the BBC argues that there's a significant principle of press freedom had steak BBC news You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Helena merriment each week one question for expert witnesses, and announcer Early morning in Ethiopia Addison.
Cult members hanged for Tokyo subway attack
"Hear about families were United. After decades apart I just called her name and then. She was screaming we will We find. Out about threats to the peace deal it was read by many many people to be a call for coup. And a former Eritrean ambassador tells us. What will happen if the Peacedale falls apart this is agent is one of, the most volatile region in the, world so the international, community is your whole has. A stake in ensuring that adjust inclusive peace process is. Consciously made that's all coming up in the inquiry after, the news Hello, I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news the former Estonian. Cricketer, Imran Khan is moving closer to becoming prime minister but opposition parties have alleged major vote-rigging in, the, election alleging Parkinson's powerful military favored. Mister calm early results indicate that Imran Khan's party is on course to become. The single largest in parliament from Islamabad Sikander Kamani county the votes is still ongoing the looks increasingly likely his PTI party will win more seats in parliament than anyone else though it will still be short. Of an overall majority however, the party which has been in power for the past five years has rejected the results leadership Bosh we've condemned what he called. Rigging he said he'll be using all political and legal means to challenge. The result Mr. Khan has promised to quit new Pakistan and seen by many voters is a break from the. Dynastic politics that is dominated the country for decades the The Japanese Justice, ministry has, confirmed that six, members of. The Shinrikyo count have been executed they were the last members of the group on death row earlier this month the cult's. Leader Shoko Asahara and six. Other members were hanged the group carried out an attack on the Tokyo subway in one, thousand nine hundred five with the nerve gas sarin killing. Thirteen, people and injuring thousands more the man had been on death row since they conviction in two, thousand, and four Japan's Justice minister Yoko. Can mccower says the group's actions were cruel and senseless hunk on your the. Pain and sadness inflicted by these crimes into the victims the victims families and those who survived had to live with disabilities and their families defies the. Imagination The search has intensifying in Greece to find at least forty people still unaccounted for following devastating wildfires around Athens neighboring Balkan nations and fellow EU states have, been assisting the operation many other countries have offered their health at least eighty one people have died A surprise merger announced. In Australia will create a media giants, that. Includes television online video streaming print and digital journalism the nine television network is to buy out, Fairfax newspapers which includes the Sydney Morning Herald and the age Melbourne critics of the. Change Saito threatened the Fairfax's groups one hundred eighty year. Record of quality journalism The ustralian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says is a positive move this will Mike both businesses by the Fairfax business and the. Non, network business stronger as a result it's a. Very competitive. Media involvement as we all know rapidly changing with much more competition than there, was ten let alone twenty. Years ago and so that's why the industry needs a, in companies need to be able to consolidate and I think it will make. For a stronger business overall. You're listening to world news from the BBC A small explosion has occurred outside, the US embassy in Beijing. Chinese police say a man from the Chinese northern region of Inner Mongolia set off a firework outside the embassy injuring only his hand the blast. Blanketed, the streets around the embassy in white smoke Republicans in the US have begun a bid to try to remove the country's deputy attorney general from his, post rod Rosenstein is overseeing the special counsel. Investigation into allegations of Russian interference in America's twenty sixteen presidential election from Washington Chris cler reports a group of almost a dozen Republican members of the house of representatives filed the articles of impeachment against rod Rosenstein. Accusing, him of not cooperating with congressional enquiries the US. Deputy attorney general has been consistently attacked by, allies of President Trump ever since he appointed Robert Mueller to lead a special council. Investigation into allegations of interference and collusion in the two thousand sixteen election however the motion is. 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"mr rosenstein" Discussed on Unfilter
"Boss mr rosenstein that's that's correct and my job is to make sure that we respond to your concerns we have sir now i have appointed mr loesch who is managing that production and my understanding is it's actually going very well so i appreciate your concern i think the house of representatives gonna say otherwise but but your use of this technique provided you wrong well he's not consistently from democrats on the house judiciary committee today is that they were really on the offensive they were doing what they could to reaffirm the decision making of the fbi director and the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein here's one exchange mr reiner you one of those thirteen angry democrats that my republican colleagues keep referring to we'll congressman of course i'm not working on the special counsel investigation which are the head of the fbi are you are you are you a democrat did the president reach over to the democratic party as as presidents have and pick you because he wanted to have democrats in his administration congressman i'm trying to do this job apolitically and i myself do not consider myself an angry democrat you can't quite no i am not you're not you're not a democrat thank you i should maybe i should have gone to that question ms mr resonate are you a democrat i'm not a democrat and i'm not angry okay so that was a clear reference to one of the many trump trump tweets that we've had on this subject a couple of sort of housekeeping matters on agents struck agents struck a number of times during his closed door i interview yesterday refused to answer questions and what we learned today is that one of those questions had to do with his contact that the co founder of the opposition research firm fusion gps that was the firm behind the dossier and we also learned the special counsel robert muller has taken specific steps to see if agents struck made any direction chosen sorry decisions or took the special counsel investigation in a direction that really was a reflection of the political bias that is seen in the text messages show gothard in the middle of all of this it's my understanding the house republicans passed a resolution that's right this is a non binding resolution calls on the deputy attorney general to provide the remaining records that are sought by these three committees house judiciary house intelligence and has oversight that was a vote to twentysix republicans a to one hundred eighty three democrats one of the sort of testing moments in hearing came with a congressman darrell issa and he asked the deputy attorney general look if we go forward on contempt and we want to pursue it in the district court in washington who you throw up any roadblocks your that is preemptive do you believe that you have the ability to be above the law something the american people do not know surroi to not have a good since you believe if you're elderly for what you said no and yes or no was fine that you don't believe you're about the law so that really will come to some kind of resolution probably the week of july sixth because they're going to be heading into the congressional recess but again they just wanna need some faith healers so yeah that is pretty fun watching that back and forth now i just going to play a little bit of this clip for you trump's lawyer is really heavy handedly hand fisted li if you will signaling that his loyalty is going to be to himself and his family not to donald abc's exclusive george stephanopoulos one on one with president trump's former longtime personal attorney michael cohen the president's so called fixer who once said i will do anything to protect mr trump now telling george he will put country and family i this is weird so he wouldn't go on camera george wasn't allowed to go in there with a video camera but they could go in there with a dsl are and snap aura iphone and snap as many pictures as they want and then they're going to release selective quotes from the interview but it's clear michael cohen is working with abc to send a strong signal if you f with me i will roll over and play ball like that co and under intense pressure since the fbi raided his home and his office perhaps signaling his willingness to cooperate with federal prosecutors perhaps perhaps scheduling interview with us.
Fatal shooting of unarmed teen by Pittsburgh police prompts protests
"The middle of bob muller's investigation into russia abc's martha raddatz the russia investigation was at the center of a hearing on capitol hill this week the supervising the russia investigation in the hot seat on capitol hill lawmakers grilling deputy attorney general rod rosenstein saying the probe has gone on long enough in the wake of a scathing inspector general report blasting the justice department for it's handling of the clinton email investigation rosenstein and fbi director christopher wray facing heated questions republican congressman jim jordan a staunch ally of president trump accusing rosenstein of hiding information why are you keeping information from congress i have not keeping any information from congress that it's appropriate few minutes mr rosenstein think the house of representatives is gonna say something different i don't agree with you congressman i don't believe that's what they're going to say and if they do they'll but i think your statement that i'm personally keeping information from you trying to conceal information at the boss mr rosenstein that's correct and my job is to make sure that we respond to your concerns we have sir i think the house of representatives gonna say otherwise but your use of this to attack me provided you to the justice department says it has already turned over nearly nine hundred thousand pages and his working around the clock to comply with republican demands for transparency and the house turning up the pressure lawmakers approving a rare resolution demanding even more documents and threatening to hold rosenstein in contempt of congress or even impeach him if he does not comply we are not in contempt of this congress and we're not going to be in contempt of this congress i didn't think i was going to be spending the first ten months of my job staring down the barrel of a contempt citation for conduct that occurred long before i even thought about being director abc's cecilia vega also on capitol hill actor terry crews lent his voice to the metoo movement sharing his own story of sexual assault my name is terry crews i'm an actor author former athlete advocate and a survivor of sexual assault terry crews the former nfl player turned actor in a new role testifying before the senate judiciary committee tuesday as an advocate for victims of sexual assault i know how hard it is come forward i know the shame associated with assault it happened to me the megastar talking about the backlash survivors have faced after going public with their stories i wanted these survivors to know the i believe him i supported them and that this happened to me too crews says it's those providers who've inspired him to speak out against what he calls the culture of toxic masculinity the two hundred forty pound former star linebacker was one of the first male celebrities to step forward during the metoo movement crews says he was at a party with his wife in two thousand sixteen when a powerful hollywood agent groped him he shared his story with michael here on a stick my hand out and he literally takes his hand and puts it and squeezes my genitals and i jump back like hey i have never felt more emasculated more objectified crews now hopes that by speaking out we'll be able to make change for countless others abc's linsey davis in pennsylvania after days of protests an officer has been charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black team no justification who strong words from the top county prosecutor charging east pittsburgh police officer michael ross failed with criminal homicide for this fatal shooting of unarmed seventeen year old antoine rose as he ran away from a traffic stop investigators released new surveillance video showing another team firing out of a car window as antoine sat in the front seat minutes later officer rossville pulled over the vehicle suspected in the driveby shooting witnesses say antoine showed his hands turned and ran roscoe fired hitting antoine three times the went to the back fatal for days demonstrators and antoine's family have demanded justice mother too upset to speak for attorneys calling the charge the first step we want a conviction of someone who murdered her son and we really won't find justice unless we find that an explosion rocked.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"The deputy attorney general pushing back forcefully against trump allies on capitol hill who tried daily to discredit bob muller's investigation there was yelling there was fingerpointing drama it was all unfold display and maharaja is out front deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and house republicans trading sharp blows today in a bitter feud over the russian investigation think mr mr rosenstein why are you keeping information from congress i not keeping any information from congress that it's appropriate the fight turning nasty and i wanna why you won't give us what we've asked for sir i certainly hope that your colleagues are not under that impression that is not accurate sarah it is accurate we have caught you hiding traits we allow mister chairman point of order we can go to mr jordan's press conference and listen to him but we came here to hear from the time belongs to the gentlemen rosenstein relondo answer and rosenstein visibly frustrated to mr jordan i am the deputy turned generally united states okay i'm not the person doing the redacting i'm responsible for responding to your concerns as i have i have a team with me sir it's just a fraction of the team that's doing this work and whenever you brought issues to my attention i have taken appropriate steps to remedy them so your statement that i'm personally keeping information from you trying to conceal information or the boss mr rosenstein that's correct and my job is to make sure that we respond to your concerns we have sir and i think the house of representatives gonna say otherwise but your use of this technique prided you on wrong not personally rosenstein and fbi director christopher wray both defended their response to an onslaught of requests from republicans to turn of a record about.
Thanksgiving 2004 was TSA's busiest day ever -- that record may fall Friday
"T v lots and lots and lots of stuff happened today and we are going to unfold it before you're good looking ears including what i had to do a double take here on whether it's a what what was that a b was it a billion two billion dollar entertainment complex coming to not too far from where i live up off seventy one thirty six thirty seven we're going to have more on that coming up for you here in just a few minutes but i gosh i don't know where to begin let's start with kind of a state flavor of something that happened in washington today the man overseeing the russia special counsel investigation got called before lawmakers on capitol hill today in an emergency hearing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein at fbi director christopher wray both testified before the house judiciary committee and they asked all sorts of questions about the department of justice inspector general's report about his behavior during the clinton email investigation and the hearing got tense as ohio's own republican representative jim jordan accused rosenstein of concealing information from congress your statement that i'm personally keeping information from you trying to conceal information the boss mr rosenstein that's correct and my job is to make sure that we respond to your concerns we have sir and that wasn't the only time those two crossed horns and a little bit of a bitter exchange did you threaten to subpoena their calls and emails no sir and there's no way to subpoena phone calls well i mean i'm just saying i'm reading what the press said i suggest that you not relying with the press censor house republicans also voted today on the on that nonbinding resolution demanding that the justice department handover classified docs related to the clinton email investigation and house minority leader nancy pelosi gosh it's good to hear we're gonna miss her when she's gone nancy pelosi made an accusation against republicans gop actions represent an assault on the rule of law and then and then of course we president trump was up in was up in wisconsin and he was attending a groundbreaking of a new facility for foxconn in mount pleasant eighteen months ago this was a field and now it's one of the most advanced places of any kind you'll see anywhere in the world it's incredible so the con the economy continues to roar and grow speaking of roaring a huge wildfire burning in northern california's lake county now up to almost fourteen thousand acres and we'll follow that and i mentioned traveled here at the top of the segment and a lot of people are traveling as a matter of fact i was shocked to learn haven't you always heard that it's thanksgiving like the day before thanksgiving that's the busiest travel day of the year and then of course it's like the friday before christmas but not today apparently according to the tsa they're saying that tomorrow is estimated to be one of the busiest days ever of the transportation security administration as the tsa is preparing for what appears to be a busy summer overall but two hundred forty three million passengers and crew members projected to pass through security checkpoints across airports nationwide that's four million more than were screened during the two thousand seventeen summer season as well.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Yeah i would think i would simply because there is no evidence of that whatsoever none and even juliani said he had no basis for that in evidence so i can rule that out the way i can rule out any notion for which there's no evidence you have said that democrats need to wait and see the bottom line but what muller comes up with before you even consider impeachment you and i spoke last week you were very careful to say you know what i don't i'm not ready to talk about that the minority leader nancy pelosi has been warning unless there's bipartisan support that sort of talk could backfire it could just look partisan and political but there are some in your party who still vocally congressman disagree here are two are you not persuaded by the idea that that it would be a tactical mistake politically persuaded by that day but mr president if no one else does i will i will not allow the cost of toossion to be ignored and to a certain extent trampled upon i'll bring the articles of impeachment they're not afraid of that word impeachment are they wrong to be talking about it so openly no they're not wrong to be talking about it but it would be wrong to do it right now an impeachment is a very heavy thing and we have to have the evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors or bribery or treason there's a lot of indications that now but we don't have solid evidence of that yet when we do then we'd have to consider it if we do but at this point you're saying with everything you've seen any testimony you've seen all the reports you've seen you just don't think we're there i don't think we're there yet i think we have to wait for the report of the special prosecutor and i think right now the most important thing is to protect the integrity of the special prosecutor's investigation from the attacks by republican members of congress and by the by the white house which are obviously into stopping it and those are acts that could be considered obstruction of justice that investigation mr rosenstein independence miss the mos independence must be protected as the highest importance right now.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Materials that he now insistently says he will not hand over at the start of this week rosenstein formerly rejected in writing these members of congress the latest effort from these members of congress to get the the full scope of everyone in everything muller's been authorized to look at the following day there was rosenstein in public saying the justice department will not be extorted then today not to put to fine a point on it he says i'm not handing over fbi files from an ongo from an ongoing investigation not gonna do it it is a bedrock principle with very few exceptions that we do not discuss investigations declining to open the fbi files to review by congressional members and staff is and i quote an unpleasant duty but it isn't keeping with the separation of powers embodied in our constitutional system so this is a this is a real fight this is a real fight he he is he is taking his stand here while the president and congressional republicans are taking aim at him this is his defense we should notice that he is doing this in public in terms of his offense well we saw that for the first time last night with this in the new york times quote a former federal law enforcement officials familiar with the department's views says that mr rosenstein and top f b i officials have come to suspect that some lawmakers are using their oversight authority to gain intelligence about the mueller investigation so it can be shared with the white house.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Government is that prosecutors in the eastern district of virginia bring this case against paul manafort let's go into that just for a minute joe wind because there are two different cases right that manafort is facing one in dc one in the eastern shifted to julia why would that be why would there be two different courts to different judges looking at this case there are two different cases because the crimes that he is charged with in the eastern district of virginia are based in virginia so for example he files his tax returns from his home in virginia and he didn't report the income he got from his work in the ukraine so he failed to pay federal taxes on that money and that is a crime occurred when he filed in virginia so that's why that is there and it can be prosecuted by the us attorney for the eastern just defer jinya or it can be prosecuted by the special consul depending on how the jurisdictional statement is written and i am pretty sure that mr muller would not have brought those charge if they weren't within what he had been assigned by mr rosenstein but it won't help mr manafort if for some reason the judge decides that muller cannot charge him with these crimes than the eastern district can crimes have been committed the grand jury found enough evidence to say that he should stand trial and he should stand trial and jill are judges allowed to consider the likelihood that charges will lead to potential impeachment in a case like this absolutely not this is a charge of a criminal act in the state of virginia that violates federal law and that's all he should be looking at it is outrageous that he is questioning the motive of prosecutors he should be looking at whether there is a crime which there seems to be clear evidence of once the grand jury indicts i once had a case where i questioned whether the evidence was strong enough and conferred with my.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Quoting from the new york times today quote a former federal law enforcement official familiar with the department's views said that mr rosenstein and top fbi officials have come to suspect that some lawmakers are using their oversight authority to gain intelligence about that investigation so it could be shared with the white house so the justice department and the f b fbi have come to suspect that some members of congress themselves are basically themselves working to try to obstruct justice by using their status of members of congress to obtain information so they can then with that information tip off the president about the inner workings of this ongoing investigation into the president i mean if this is a private citizen who was somehow stealing information about the inner workings of the molar investigation and then shoveling it to the white house to tip the president off we would expect that private citizen to end up in trouble for that as a matter of obstruction of justice for queering this ongoing law enforcement matter right but if it's a member of congress or two could a member of congress be charged for that because they go to jail i mean like i said every day in this crisis ridden presidency has lots of news now not everyday makes you feel like you need to go to fake law school for a little while in order to figure out today's news but tonight is one of those nights so let's try that next.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"What do you think of that well chris as with any special counsel and we can go back to whitewater we can go back to the nineteen s with iran contra anytime you have a president investigated you're going to have members of his own party look to do that you're also going to have those in the amongst democrats who are going to look to turn over every rock and maybe speculate on where an investigation maybe going that ultimately proved to be an accurate i supported the appointment of muller before it even happened the investigation has to run its course i would echo what chris christie said a couple of weeks ago there is no way to shorten this investigation there's nothing that anyone can do there are ways to make it longer or elongated you know if my colleagues want to see certain memos that mr rosenstein is ethically able to provide them have at it i mean that's perfectly fine i don't i don't take issue with that what people's motivation are for different things i'm best off not speculating on that that's fair enough but but you know you've got eleven house republicans who wrote this letter calling for all these people to be investigated and possibly prosecuted and it's quite a list it's hillary clinton james comey andrew mccabe who did get a criminal referral from the g today loretta lynch peter struck lisa page sally yates dana benthic i mean what do you think about writing a letter saying that all these people need to be investigated and possibly prosecuted well i think two things number one i suspect that that is a consequence of the new the four page memo that was released in the dossier and how it came to be funded that in and of itself chris i don't see an issue with and here's why because ultimately the attorney general's office.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Material in the special prosecutor investigation jerry nadler democratic member of that committee says if house republicans refuse any accommodation short of the department of justice handing over custody of these documents which it cannot do i fear the majority we'll have manufactured an excuse to hold the deputy attorney general contempt of congress if they succeed in tarnishing the deputy attorney general perhaps they will have given president trump the pretext he has sought to replace mr rosenstein with someone willing to do his bidding and end the special counsel's investigation joining our discussion now make oh young former staff director the house intelligence committee and the director of the national security program at the third way and john holliman is still with us mika your reaction to what you see developing in the house representative some some extraordinary developments including discussion of the impeachment of a deputy attorney general along with this attempt to secure a memos that doc payments that are part of an ongoing criminal investigation i find this whole situation stunning that they would make such a frontal assault on the rule of law here the only reason why the house of representatives might consider asking for something like the komo's is if they were concerned that the president of the united states had in fact been obstructing justice one could see that perhaps in a democratically controlled congress that they would be asking for these exact same memo's as evidence for the president trying to undermine rule of law but it's not clear that these republicans if they find that evidence would actually do anything about it.
"mr rosenstein" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Again i how what a home what do you have evidence that carter page is not a russian agent nope there that evidence will give evidence that this memo was written by the fbi about secret plots note we'll who wrote a man with their problems wrote a memo so want soap wad so some of your own guys wrote a memo saying it only rod rosenstein because he's got his job wow hashtag release the memo preposterous now the reason the fbi claims their concern is because they think in doing so they might reveal classified information and they won't show the fbi would send the memo the fbi saying well look if there is no classified information the nets an issue can we see those border we're going to show it to you i mean other republicans refused to work with their own justice department all of this is madness okay so more from the new york times no information has publicly emerge that the justice department or the fbi did anything improper while seeing the surveillance warrant involving mr page that has not emerge because it does not exist but right rightwingers go well if you got to warn on a trump campaign official by definition it must have been wrong based on what evidence based on the fact that you're in love with donald trump okay but that's that evidence okay mr trump is now again telling associes then he is frustrated with mr rosenstein according to one official familiar with the conversations in other words here we go.