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House Judiciary Committee approves 2 articles of impeachment against Trump
"The house. Judiciary Committee has formally approved two articles of impeachment pitchman against President. Donald Trump and bears cloudy O'Gara solace reports. The move sets up a dramatic house floor vote Wednesday on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The House Judiciary Committee voted along party. Lines to approve the two articles of impeachment Friday morning. Mister Nadler are Mr Naylor votes. I Miss Lofgren. Hi Ms Lofgren votes. I Miss Jackson Lee. Miss Jackson. Lee Is I Mr Colin Mr Cohen Votes I. The vote was twenty three to seventeen on both charges against president trump. The panel voted in a matter of minutes. After two days as a contentious debate over the articles president trump could become the third sitting president in history to be impeached cloudy status. NPR News Washington president trump for his his part wasted little time in reacting to today's house. Judiciary Committee vote trump at a press conference called the proceedings. A witch hunt a scam a hoax in an embarrassment to our country the president also said Democrats will regret. Today's decision down the line. You're trivializing impeachment. And I tell you what someday there'll be a Democrat president and they'll be a Republican house and I suspect they're going to remember it. Trump said he watched quite a bit of the previous day's proceedings and he criticised government Emmett officials who say he sought to pressure Ukraine benefit. Politically president said today. He believes the impeachment proceedings will boost his ratings in the polls
What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?
"Floods. Alinsky a TV comedy actor pays to be on coast. Unseat president petro Porsche Schenker in the second round of Ukraine's presidential elections this weekend Casey Martin discusses how he got there. And what kind of president he would make Roman audio audiology. Glue. We've just had a clip from a campaign video of Mr. landscape taking selfish with his team what kind of character does he play on TV, and how did he go from acting into politics? Let me start off by saying that Mr. Zielinski is a very funny and talented comedian who strikes the basic emotional courts with average Ukrainians, and I think it's very important to put this into context the country is into a six year of war in far eastern regions where Russian backed separatists, and it's gone through a lot of economic pain during these past years and his performances, including his comedy performances where he mocks politicians is sort of escape a release for the population. That has a lot of anger on various issues from lingering corruption to the economic pain. They're feeling in his popular TV series called servants of the people where he plays a honest schoolteacher who becomes president unexpectedly. He plays a. Character who combat's the oligarchy, it's a very popular widely watched TV show in the country, and it presents sort of the ideal president that the people would like to see in contrast. The current president who has a patchy reform record is an oligarchy himself and in the TV series of until the people. There are episodes, for example, where Mr. Dolinsky playing the role of this on a schoolteacher walks into parliament and imagine himself with automatic guns shooting in killing all the politicians in such scenes are scenes that many Ukrainians who are fed up with corruption. I'm sure would like to see perhaps maybe not in real life. But they would like to see someone who comes into power that really changes the way the system here works. I mean, he's clearly struck a code. But how did he make that transition into real politics in real life? He hasn't made a transition to a sort of a conventional Ukrainian politician Ukrainian still to this day. See him as the character in the TV show. They haven't really seen the real Mr. Lansky in neither have Ukraine's western backers nor even journalists because he hasn't really given a lot of face to face interviews. In depth interviews. He hasn't appeared on the streets doing traditional campaign rallies. And so you cranium seeing him often what they want to see is sort of character, who is honest who is just an average person who is fed up with the system in wants to change it, and that's really the unorthodox campaign that he's run his campaign is focused largely on two fronts mobilizing the youth. Electorate the young generation who see him as one of their own and he targeted them specifically through social media. Meanwhile, we have the television series, which a lot of elderly Ukrainians watch. Is he young and south Hello to say he's forty one years of age. So he basically grew up in independent Ukraine and is not Butte as the same as the current political stablishment. Who are all Soviet born and developed this people partially in the Soviet Union. And during the crony nineteen ninety s where a handful of individuals, amass massive amounts of wealth. So he's viewed as this anti-establishment figure by population which desperately wants big changes and a change from the current establishment with fresh faces. Recent polls have shown that sixty or perhaps more percentage of the population. Want a new face as president and new faces in parliaments a complete overhaul politically service really isn't extraordinary situation, a new sort of campaign, but what his policies how do they differ from his opponent? Petra parish Anka, you're right. It's a very surreal situation in many respects, and it's just astonishing. How popular he's become in a very short period of time since declaring his bid for the presidency on New Year's Eve, which was just several months ago. But in reality, we don't really. We know who he really is in what kind of policies he would bring in how different they would be from portion goes because he has been very short on detail. He is avoided as I've said in depth interviews on foreign policy domestic policy giving very general statements in many ways, the general statements that he's given since a group of several former fficials had joined him as advisors have been along the lines of the current objectively that Ukraine is going on in terms of foreign and domestic policy, which means sticking with the IMF program and with the western-backed support, countering Russian its aggression. So what are the achievements and shortcomings of Mr. putter Shankar as president has he done thing to tackle the corruption that seems to be the biggest concern in seems to be fueling so much enthusiasm for Mr. landscape. Let's remember that Mr. Persian go took power when he was elected with fifty four percent mandate. Just a couple of months after the my Don revolution sent a pro Russian president. Fleeing to Russia and Russia at that time after the revolution. Swiftly annexed Crimea and fomented a war in the far eastern regions of the country since taking over Persian go has rebuilt the army, which was caught flat-footed in the early days of the war under his leadership. That government has achieved. A macro economic stability creating the foundations for a healthier economy across the board. There have been significant reforms in removing the room for corruption in rent-seeking in various sectors of economy, including bringing market level prices to utilities and independence to the central Bank. However, the major shortcoming of Mr. partial go, his political achilles heel has been his foot-dragging on reforms that are needed to punish corruption in forming. A functioning court system to give a little bit of context the court systems in this country. Have traditionally been used by presidents and other top officials as a form of leverage over other politicians. They have not been independent. So it sounds like fuse. Yeltsin for his campaign is rather low for Mr. portion goes, yes, it's been rather low. However, he has made a remarkable comeback though. His chances of reelection seem distant his poll numbers about a year ago were in single digits in the first round of elections on March thirty first he came in second behind Mr. Zilenski, he mustered about thirteen percent support that is a significant increase from the single digit numbers that he had prior to that said gang back to MRs van ski his career has been backed by another oligarchy lives in exile. But owns the TV channel that screens his shows. Tell us about eager Cowboys we ski and why he had to leave Ukraine. Yes eager. Komo's ski is. A very interesting character we had to find out your times interviewed him a couple years back. He was camera shy for many decades, but came out into the open of Ukrainian politics after Russia annexed Crimea. He accepted the job as governor of a region that borders the Br. Takeaway regions in eastern Ukraine that Russian-backed forces in separatists took control over he played a big role in repelling further incursions into the country, and we interviewed him shortly after that and found him to be in some ways of very candid figure, but impulsive and obsessive in clearly one who seeks influence, and he had a big grudge against portion cone, those days what we've seen is that Mr Hallam Whiskas channels have been giving a great amount of airtime to misters Alinsky and his TV series in particular, and this has increased support for misters Alinsky. We also see. There are reports that lawyers that we met in the presence of Mr. Colin Moise are playing a sort of backroom role in advising, Mr. linski. There are reports that bodyguards of Mr. cola Moise have been hired by mister is Alinsky to protect him and other evidence of links. So there is a lot of concern that Mr. linski could be a puppet of Mr. cola Moise as Mr Puerta shaneco claim. Tmz Mr. Zielinski, however has denied this and promises that don't be no special treatment for Mr. cola Moise, who by the way promises to return to Ukraine from Israel where he's in exile, currently after the elections. So he may have some practical backing from Khulumani scape. But if we'd have situation where for example, he wins what sort of policy input. Does he have what kind of backing does he have in that sense much of what we know about Mr. Alinsky is potential policies going forward? Come from a group of former government ministers in officials that have become his advisors. They include the respected former foreign minister of Ukraine Oleksandr done. Luke who was a key official in relations with the IMF. And a former economy minister deliver wanian born Ibarra Abramova choose those two along with another individual who's advising him are saying that the policies will be consistent with the IMF program. And that Ukraine will remain on a pro. Western course, however. What really will happen under his presidency remains a bit of a question because he has not formally announced who will be members of his team who will hold what positions in the government and doubts are big. Because in some of the first comments that misters Alinsky gave to the media after announcing his campaign. He said a lot of things that raised eyebrows. For example, he described IMF loans as to expensive when they are actually some of the cheapest sources of financing that Ukraine can get nowadays. So what's at stake here for Ukraine? Why did he's elections matter? There's an awful lot at stake here for Ukraine Ukraine is on the front lines of Russia's broader war with the west which started in two thousand fourteen with the annexation of Crimea. There's also an awful lot of steak for the west here unpredictable leadership in Ukraine unclear governing could complicate Ukraine's relations with western backers including the multibillion dollar loans that are needed from the IMF their key to propping up this country as it faces. P conformed debt payments this next year. So there's a lot at stake for bondholders in Ukrainian debt, for example, questions about Ukraine's leadership under misters Alinsky. And no one knows very much what to expect for him could also test the transatlantic unity behind Ukraine and Russia sanctions over Moscow's, continued aggression in Ukraine, a vacuum of power in Ukraine, should it occur under his Alinsky leadership or more infighting could also lead to instability that could make the country more vulnerable to further Russian aggression. And let's remember that Russia really seize the moment, tactically annexing, Crimea and formenting a war in eastern regions in the post revolution period of Ukraine in two thousand fourteen when there was no strong vertical of power. So high stakes in a very unpredictable situation. Remers thanks very much. Thank you.
Rep. Adam Schiff says Cohen meeting was 'enormously productive'
"Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is telling to congress he had a return visit for the house intelligence committee Turnham Adam Schiff, we have requested documents to Mr. Colin. Here's provided additional documents to the committee. There may be additional documents said that he still has to offer and his cooperation without committee continues. So I think the members found it enormously productive session Coon, offering the documents tobacco plants claim that President Trump's letters edited his steepness to congress about the Trump Tower Moscow project.
"mr. colin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And this congressional platform for your personal benefit such is the desire to make money from book deals. So can you commit under oath that you have not and will not pursue a book or movie deal based on your experiences working for the president? No. You cannot commit to making money off of a book or movie deal based on your work. No what I just there's two parts to your question. The first part of your question. You asked me whether or not I had spoken to people regarding a possible book deal, and I have and I've spoken to people who've sought me out regarding a movie, I didn't ask you. If you the first part. Can you commit under oath? The queue will not you have not and will not pursue a book deal. And I would not do that. No. Okay. Can you commit under oath that? You will not pursue opportunities to provide commentary for major news network based on your experiences working for the president. No. Can you commit under oath that you will not pursue political office in the state of New York? No. So you don't commit to changing your ways, basically because you want to continue to use your background as a liar. A cheater convicted liar to make money. That's what you wanna do. And that's gonna get me a book deal in a movie deal on television. Spied on television. I don't think so. Well, it appears that it will yield my remainder my time. Mr Chairman, Tim thank you for yielding. Mr. Colin in your sentencing statement to the court and in December of last year. You said I want to apologize to the people of the United States, you deserve to know the truth..
"mr. colin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Mr Chairman here we go. Here we go your first big hearing your first announced witness Michael Cohen when everyone in this room to think about this the first announced witness for the hundred sixteenth, congress is the guy who is going to prison in two months for lying to congress. Mr Chairman, your chairmanship will always be identified with this hearing, and we all need to understand what this is. This is the Michael Cohen hearing presented by Lanny Davis. That's right. Lanny Davis choreograph, the whole darn thing the Clintons best friend loyalists operative. Lanny Davis put this all together. How we know. He told her staff he told the committee staff, he said, the hearing was his idea he selected this committee. He had to talk Michael Cohen into common. And most importantly, he had to persuade the chairman to actually have it. He told us took two months to get that job done. But here we are. He talked him into it. This might be the first time someone. Convicted of lying to congress has appeared again so quickly in front of congress. Certainly it's the first time a convicted perjurer has been brought back to be a star witness in a hearing. And there's a reason this is the first because no other committee would do it think about this with Mr. Cohen here this committee. We got lots of lawyers on this committee. This committee is actually encouraging a witness to violate attorney client privilege. Mr Chairman, we legitimize dishonesty, we de-legitimize this institution. We're supposed to pursue the truth. But you have stacked the deck against the truth. We're only allowed to ask certain questions even without amendment. You just told us about Russia's now on the table. You initially told us we can't ask questions about the special counsel can't ask questions about the southern district of New York. Can't ask questions about Russia. Nope. Nope. Only subjects. We can talk about are ones. You think are going to be harmful to the president of the United States and the answers to those questions. I'm gonna come from a guy who can't be trusted. What the US attorney said about Mr. Colin Mr. Cohen enjoyed a privileged life is desire forever. Greater wealth and influence precipitated an extensive courts of criminal conduct. Mr. Colin committed four four distinct federal crimes over a period of several years. He was motivated to do. So by personal greed and repeatedly repeatedly used his power and influence for deceptive ins, but the Democrats don't care. They don't care. They just wanna use you Mr. Cohen. You're their Patsy today. They gotta find somebody somewhere to say something. So they can try to remove the president from office. Tom Steiner told until Tom last.
"mr. colin" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Brothers strep yours. It's time. Cars show thing we do know is we haven't seen anything like this in decades. Really the last time we saw anything like it was when John dean testified against President Trump, President Trump President Trump back in nineteen seventy six from the Matthews brothers studios. I am shamed. Because I know what Mr. Trump is. He's a racist. He's a conman. And he's a cheap, which when you call Donald Trump cheat. What would you call yourself a fool? Who's your captain? How a guy that's not what I said, you know, that that's not what I plead guilty. And I take responsibility for my actions. Shame. When you Mr. Jordan omit, Mr. chart what I said. What I was doing is explaining to the gentleman that his facts are inaccurate polio. Love. Oh, we it's dad bad. I can see you working for him for ten days. Maybe ten weeks. Maybe even ten months. Have you worked for him for ten years calling? How long did you work in the White House? I never worked in the White House. That's the point isn't Mr. Colin. No, sir. Yes. It is. It's not. So we wanted to work in the White House. No, sir. Brought to the dance on shame. Stoppable her one time a racist comment out of his mouth in private. So how do you reconcile? Do. You have proof of those conversations you tape recordings of those conversations. No, sir taped everybody else. Not true, sir. Anybody? I have taped in many times, if you taped individuals maybe a hundred times over ten years is that a low estimate because I've heard it's over two hundred times. Now, I don't think I think it's approximately one hundred from what I recall. Yes, or no, I do of where's the proof is MS Patton. How many people who are black or executives at the Trump organization? Suffice to say you have proof swabs axon moon bounce beware. Howie carr..
"mr. colin" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The point. Isn't it Mr. Colin? No, sir. Yes. It is. No, it's not. So we wanted to work in the White House. No certain get brought to the dance. So now, I was extremely proud to be personal attorney to the president of the United States of America. I did not want to go to the White House. I was offered jobs. I can tell you a story of Mr. Trump renaming out Ryan's previous because I had not taken a job with Mr. Trump wants me to that is such a lie. CNN had the begrudgingly acknowledge it I Eric Trump tweets Cohen was lobbying. Everyone to be chief of staff. It was the biggest joke in the campaign and around the office. Donald Trump junior Eric nails in it really was the biggest joke the entire transition the beginning of his bitterness was when he realized. That was never going to happen. But don't take those guys word for it. Because you might say the Trumpster maya's, let's go to the sentencing report, I forgot to send a link up to CoCo. I'm sure they found it by now. If not I'll set it up, but you can read the sentencing report yourself, but I want to read a couple of excerpts from it. The southern district of New York the sentencing report on Cohen during and after the campaign keeps soundbite Twenty-eight tantamount to go back to it after this during and after the campaign Cohen told friends and colleagues, including and sees text messages he expected to be given a prominent role and title in the administration. Use a certain Cohen say he didn't want to work in the white or. No, no, no. I did not want to work in the White House number one of the we're going wag light to being independent, but the sentencing report from the SDN wide page twenty four this was not an active being blindly loyal Cohen relished the status of ultimate fixer the southern district said that he even lied at his sentencing claiming blaming his accountant for under reporting income to the IRS. When the FDA says, he did not provide as accountant with the information they needed so. Sentencing report. During and after the campaign and told friends and colleagues that he expected to be given a prominent role in title in the administration. Here's the sound bite again. How long do you work in the White House? I never worked in the White House. That's the point. Isn't it Mr. Colin? No, sir. Yes. It is. No, it's not. So we wanted to work in the White House. No certain get brought to the dance. So now, I was extremely proud. All right. I want to move on to the next sound bite. Fox news. Just flashed a breaking news alert out there. I'm holding this breaking news alert in my formerly nicotine stained. Cohen says he has never been to Prague refuting key Russia collusion claim of Steele dossier. Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney said he has never been to Prague refuting a key Russia collusion. Claim of the steel does not folks. I guess the Democrats asked him about this. And that to me show is they have reached the bottom of the barrel. Because Cohen has answered this question. Times since the Steele dossier was revealed. He has revealed that he never went to Prague the Steele dossier said he did go to Prague to facilitate a meeting with Russians on behalf of President Trump. He's never been to Prague his passport shows. He's never been to Prague nothing about his existence says he's ever been deprived. It isn't breaking news. And it's not the first time. The Steele dossier has been refuted, the Steele dossier is known to be bogus four years. Now, this is a big bugaboo this continues to be reported as a legitimate document because that's why we have the Muller investigation. And that's why we got the Fiso warrants despise. So everybody's trying to stand on the fact that it was legitimate. And it was the reason for this investigation. And it's been bogus from the get go. It's Hillary Clinton opposition research. You know, all this. So here today IMI hearings. The Democrats ask the Republicans asked you've ever been to Prague nieces. No. The the Democrats got even more desperate. Here is Representative Jamie Raskin, democrat, Maryland asking Cohen about Trump possibly being blackmailed. Are you aware of anything that the president has done at home or abroad that may have subjected him to were may subject him to extortion blackmail? I'm not no, okay. Are you aware of any videotapes that may be the subject of extortion or blackmail? I've heard about these tapes for a long time. I've had many people contact me over the years. I have no reason to believe that that tape exists. You know, what that's in reference to? What do you think that's in a reference to that's the golden showers? This guy this democrat, Jamie Raskin is without mentioning asking Cohen, if he's got evidence that Trump hired prostitutes to urinate on a bed in Moscow hotel that Obama and Michelle my bell Obama had slept on. That's what he's asking about those. He didn't have the guts to specify what is on these tapes. But that's what he's asking about. So if if they're asking about prog if they're in the Democrats are asking about the golden showers. That to me is bottom of the barrel. There isn't a shred of evidence for the golden showers story. It's one of the big jokes one of the big disqualifier of the dossier in fact, but they believe it we had a call. I think this is what is this? This is a this is what is this Tuesday or Wednesday. What does this whatever a couple of days ago? This is what's a Monday. We had a caller. Who told me that he thinks that I ever on the Democrats don't really believe this climate change stuff. And they don't really believe all this other outrageous up. They're just saying they do because they know their base does they're fundraising off of it. They believe it. Folks. These people are so poisoned with animus in hatred. They believe they believe this golden showers stuff. You might say, no rush. They don't. They just hope. It's true. They believe it. Well, forty two percent of the American people think the Russians tampered with votes and affected the outcome of an election after two years of Russian collusion, if average ordinary Americans think of what about dumb deadbeat Democrats do not think they don't believe this stuff. The fact that they believe all of this crazy Bs is what is propelling them trying to find evidence for it. If they didn't believe it. There would be no quest for the evidence folks because that would make fools of them. If they really knew that. There was no golden showers that ever happened. If they knew the dossier was fake, they wouldn't be pursuing it. Now, some of them. No, it's it's like Muller and his buddy. They they know. It's all bogus. But some of these elected Democrats on committees like this. I think there is brainwashed us their brain dead voters have been propagandized. Okay. Another brief obscene profit break in the network and a quick return and still left with a membership to rush twenty four seven get Russia's radio show live or on demand. Plus exciting extras, like exclusive DittoCam video and four extra weeks free. Only at Rush Limbaugh dot com. You're listening to the networks..
Michael Cohen testifies before Congress
"Michael Cohen when everyone in this room to think about this the first announced witness for the hundred and sixteenth. Congress is a guy who is going to prison in two months for lying to congress. Mr Chairman, your chairmanship will always be identified with this hearing. What this is hearing for heavy-handedness. Straight up there about the business of the day. I think. Choreograph the whole. Cummings rose out all sorts of historic. These people are crazy than I am. No. He told her staff he told the committee staff, he said, the hearing was his idea he selected this committee. He had to talk Michael Cohen into comment, and most importantly, he had to persuade the chairman to actually have it. He told us took two months to get that job done. But here we this is what Americans like about politics. Yeah. I find the posturing someone convicted of lying to congress has appeared again so quickly in front of congress. Certainly it's the first time a convicted perjurer has Cota or no, he's shirtsleeved, sir. And there's a reason why subject really burning mechanical. Bernie sanders. Canadian we got lots of lawyers on this. No, it's actually sorta slick. I'm a witness to violate attorney client privilege. Mr Chairman, we legitimize dishonesty, we de-legitimize this institution. We're supposed to pursue the truth. But you have stacked the deck against the truth. We're only allowed to ask certain questions even with that amendment. You just told us about Russia's now on the table. You initially told us we can't ask questions about the special counsel can't ask questions about the southern district of New York. Can't ask questions about Russia realized that if he gets stuck in. I'm going to be harmful to the president of the United States and the answers to those questions. I'm gonna come from a guy who can't be trusted. Here's what the US attorney said about Mr. Cohen, Mr. Cohen enjoyed a privileged life, his desire, forever, greater wealth and influence precipitated. An extensive course of criminal conduct. Mr. Colin committed four four distinct federal crimes over a period of several years. He was motivated to do. So by personal greed and repeatedly repeatedly used his power and influence for deceptive in could hire a piece of shit like that. They don't care. They just wanna use you Mr. Cohen. You're their Patsy today. They gotta find somebody somewhere to say something. So they can try to remove the president from office. Tom Steiner told him to Tom. Seek organized a town hall guess where cut replaced. George Soros or Charles coke townhall, guess where Sheldon Adelson district in Baltimore. The best. They can find the best. They can find to start this process. Michael Cohen well in this complete waste of time in the circus. Federal inmates. Seems like there's real works. If the congress could be doing. I'll say one thing about the Democrats. Oh, wait, they stick to the playbook. Remember, I'd like myself. Rex the Clinton campaign hired Perkins. QE law firm who hired Glenn Simpson who foreigner Christopher Steele who put together the fake dossier air, we go that the FBI used to go get a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign, but when that whole scheme failed and the American people said we're gonna make Donald Trump president. They said we got to do something else. So now Clinton loyalists Clinton operative. Lanny Davis has persuaded the chairman of the oversight committee to give a convicted felon a forum just tell stories and lie about the president of the United States, whatever we can start their impeachment process. Mr Chairman, we are better than this. We are better than this. Are you back? Nicely done. He said everything he knows the chairman actually I want. I jesus. I don't give these back. So. Yeah. Motion motion under rule two K six of rule Baxter chairman. You took seven minutes. I took four. That's how you could operate. I don't follow the rules. That's how you're gonna say. You'll be back. Backward. From the rules. I just have a simple motion. Mr chairman.
"mr. colin" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Very few Trump organization executives who are willing to speak publicly about what happened there the way they did insurance. Payments, pay taxes potential other money to that was paid to women and there have been to executives in the past female executives who have insight into this. But they were there a long time ago. Michael Cohen can really offer in Intel about what the Trump organization was like during the two thousand sixteen campaign when Trump was running for president. And I think that that is why the president knows that this could give investigations a lot more shelf life that testimony. And that is why he's asking the legal team to make sure that they stick around June something for you to listen to along with our audience. This is from DJ TJ, Donald J Trump junior talking about Mr. Colin, and this could be the way of the right is going to paint. Whatever we hear from Mr. Cohen. We'll discuss it on the other side. You gotta president trying to deal with it major world issue and to try to distract or whatever it is by bringing in a convicted, felon and known liar. It's pretty pathetic. But it really shows you how much, you know, really, the Democrats hate Trump. Okay. Shannon. Is that pretty much in line with the attack on Cohen? We can expect I would say there's three things we've been hearing from Republicans as far as their strategy for attacking Cohen. Yes. Number one would be he lied to congress attack his credibility. Of course, he is. Now someone who's testifying again before congress. So if he lied to congress, he's very well aware that you can't lie to congress. But they will go down that path..
"mr. colin" Discussed on The Young Turks
"I mean, we can wait doesn't matter until then, but you probably would not have to continually revise your story wouldn't have to move the goalposts every two months for two years. If you were initially saying was remotely in the neighborhood of the truth. Exactly. And we know you can find the maps online of the date by date changing of the stories starting all the way from right after the election with ho pick saying, no one on the campaign has had any conversations with any foreign officials all the way up to okay, maybe literally the highest placed officials in the campaign did collude dry. In. That is no matter. What else do you think about this? That is movement baby that is movement. Anyway, let's move on to something a little bit weirder. Okay, weird. Are they using baby? I I watched a lot of Seinfeld recently enjoyed stanzi gets in there. You know, stanza stop watching. No, it's great. Anyway, it's one of the best shows of all time. But my head does hurt right now that's influence evaluations. Anyway, let's talk about the news. All right in the run-up to the two thousand sixteen election. Michael Cohen who was then the personal lawyer of Donald Trump paid a man to rig online polls to make it look like Donald Trump was more popular than he actually was. I say he paid him. It didn't pay him as much as he said he was going to pay him. So in early twenty fifteen a man named John Gajah who runs a small technology company showed up at Trump Tower to collect fifty thousand dollars for having helped to Michael Cohen than Donald Trump's personal lawyer to those online polls and is Trump organization office. Mr. Colin surprise, the man by giving them a blue wool mart bag as you do containing between twelve thousand and thirteen thirteen thousand dollars in cash and randomly a boxing glove that Mr. Cohen said had been worn by Brazilian mixed. Martial arts fighter. I just this is the worst time line as many people have noted this is so like the wool mart bag and like the boxing thing. I prefer a burlap sack with a dollar sign painted on it and black. This is this feels very mobbing to me. But anyway, it does. Yeah. Exactly. And what what bothers me the most about this is that the article doesn't make clear if there was a certificate of authenticity for the glove. I don't even know if it was actually worn by him. I love that. You you care about hitting. I don't actually care about it. But it's really weird, but I will say those just briefly. No once again, a person who put their trust in Donald Trump lied for Donald Trump getting ripped off and not actually paid. He never was never actually paid the whole amount that he was supposed to be paid. By the way, just a quick before you move forward a reference to a story we did earlier. So pulling indicates that due to this government shutdown. It's now in the twenty seventh day Trump's approval rating is is being affected. Pulling indicates that more Americans are against voting for him. If the election were were to happen today and Trump's reaction to those polls or that poll was that the poll was rigged. And I bring that up because again, clear case of Republican projection. Right. If they accuse the other side of doing something, it's very likely that they've either already done something similar or plan to do. So in the future anyway. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly in that goes from the like often comments all the way up to defining mottos of people like Donald Trump loves to scream in all caps, which on he's the guy that did the birth certificate thing. Like, there's nothing more like a witch hunt went on for literally years continues. He's never refuted that then. Anyway, let's move on. So what did this guy actually do? Well, back in January two thousand fourteen Mr. Cohen asked Mr. Gajah to help Mr. Trump's score. Well in a CNBC online poll to identify the country's top business leaders by writing a computer script to repeatedly vote for him. Mr. Rogers was unable to get Mr. Trump into the top one hundred candidates. In February twenty fifteen as Mr. Trump was preparing to enter the presidential race. Mr. Cohen asked him do the same for a drudge report poll of potential Republican candidates. Mr. Trump ranked fifth with about twenty four thousand votes or five percent of the total with the baht network..
"mr. colin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Think RTC you're RTC the RTC of wash oh county and welcome back to I on Washington update on efforts to ban online gambling. We've been visiting with our special guest today. Mr. knack Keelan and Aaron Cohen, Mr. kaylin is a US health strategist and counsel to the coalition to stop internet gambling. And Mr. Cohen is a US Senate strategist and counsel to the coalition to stop internet gambling. So one is the coalition. Stop internet gambling. Well for some time. There's been a debate on Capitol Hill and around this country regarding whether internet gambling is a good bet or a bad bet. Good or bad for our economy for our families for our security will Las Vegas sands corporation chairman Sheldon Attleson was so concerned about what he believed were negative impacts of online betting that in two thousand thirteen he founded the coalition to stop internet gambling. It's goal is the total ban of online betting not just sports betting. But all online gambling its supporters say internet betting poses numerous threats that it negatively impacts children in gambling addicts that it attracts terrorists and money. Launderers tempts gambling addicts among other problems. We're going to detail for you later, and Mr. Colin we're going to look at the coalition's main arguments that internet gambling should be banned. But but for this segment, I really wanted to look at the. The founding and help my audience understand why the issue is. So hugely important to Mr. Adelson than even started. This major in growing effort. The reason why the started was as we talked before there were two major laws passed by congress over the last fifty years too. Give the enforcement tools to department of Justice with the stamp of congress to stop these types of activities in two thousand eleven days before Christmas, the department of Justice through their office of legal counsel, basically to eurocrats in the bowels of DOJ came out and said that they're going to overturn all of the congressional statutes the congress have put forward in order to allow internet gambling to move forward. Not a law. Just an old see opinion was without the enforcement of law. So Mr. Allison decided that it was a time to put together a bipartisan broad group of those concerned individuals across the country to be able to enact some type of a change to overturn that opinion and to go to congress and make the case that internet gambling outside and and put on everyone's phone basically casino in your hand at all time. Mr. killing we we we we touched on it last segment, but I wanna I wanna bring up the wire act again. Because it's one effort that the coalition really has spearheaded that it is about the restoration the importance of the restoration. It really is a big part of the overall effort, isn't it? It is and attorney general Kennedy when he brought this the bear in one thousand nine hundred sixty one new the best way to stop the mob was stopped money crossing state lines and anything on the internet Marley is going to go across state lines. And one of the things is the reasons that the coalition is so fired up to and this is family groups are very upset that children are being targeted when you walk into a casino. You're walking into one of the most heavily regulated businesses in America. There's no regulation when they're online. There's no way for that online casino to tell us for sure. That a child is not playing that is under eighteen and that's one of the things that concerns us the most there is no regulation. Currently there's no law enforcement that are going after these bad actors, and until that happens, we think we need to restore the wire act and protect those children, Mr. Cohen, you know, again, we're gonna look closer at the arguments for and against, but I want to touch on that congressional hearing in September for just a second. Do you believe that the hearing itself may have truly succeeding in help in helping to push your effort four given that there were so many voices on each side so strongly opposed to the activity, we believe so we think that this subcommittee, chairman, former chairman of comedian Mason, very pointing comments related to the federal government's role. It would be different. If there had been any kind of laws passed previously for congress to step in authority, but there were two major laws passed as we said the wire act in g in two thousand. Six and for their part of Justice to just wipe those away with an opinion without the force of law. Really? I think is as put an onus back on the federal government to take a timeout step back and create something that is new for this generation for these types of communications that were currently seeing online and allows them to reserve their as as.
Facebook moves to rate users on trustworthiness: report
"Facebook is, apparently scoring how trustworthy you are. The social, network trying to, fight fake news now rating users credibility according to a report in the Washington. Post which says the system was, developed over the past year. Facebook has relied on users to report problems with content but product manager Tess alliance says it's not uncommon for someone to falsely report an item is being untrue because they disagreed with the story orcas they want to target someone now some of those frequent flagger will themselves be. Monitored lions, also saying the rating on a scale from zero to one is just one measurement among thousands of behavioral clues Facebook. Takes into account as it tries to ferret. Out
"mr. colin" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Talking about the continuing recession tonight you blame mistakes of the past and you blame the congress does any of the blame belong to you because. For many years I was. A democrat I mean that's the way. The president should deal with, Dan rather was, the same way and Bill O'Reilly. Was the same way I never covered the? White, House but I was super aggressive as a reporter I don't remember yelling anything at anybody I would pick my spots but you know I certainly can't say I was. I don't, think she. Was yelling, who Caitlyn yes I don't think it really doesn't matter because what and I can tell you this because. I know this for a fact because we? Investigated on Bill O'Reilly dot com last night Rankled the White House. Was that he was told there was not? Going, to be any QNA yet continued to be very aggressive and assertive in asking her questions to the president we didn't want to answer them and then would you have. Done differently I probably would have done it differently in her. Position in her position here's yes. Here's how I would have done it I would have asked the, question and when he did not answer. The question kept saying thank you as. You, pointed out, then I would have said will there be a time Mr President when. You'll answer, the questions about Mr. Colin Michael Cohen That's what. I would have done, and therefore I wouldn't have, come across look this is the truth? Anyone who likes President Trump supports him in, any way Despises CNN and Caitlyn all, right but she she's not a, CNN prec- came from the daily caller I. Know no but she works for them now as we pointed out last. Week, there is a culture. At CNN the demands you be disrespectful to Donald Trump I talked to CNN person. This week. And, I said can you name. One, person on your network one in, a position of visibility anchor high. Profile reporter who's even moderate toward Donald Trump Silence there is not anyone not, one human being working food, the corporation that is even moderate, to the man so the culture is getting so Caitlyn knows, that's, the. Culture and Caitlin has prospered in CNN, from her display, but for the American people if you took? A poll today they would say, she, was outta line by probably fifty five forty five So you know the. Point is that the press has a devoted itself to removing Donald Trump from office, that's what they want to, do and they're not gonna stop, doing it and if they can embarrass them that's points for, them because So so let me. Let me let me play one, more clip for you I know you. Remember Helen Thomas listen.
"mr. colin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"At talking about the continuing recession tonight you blame mistakes of the past and you blame the congress has any of the blame belong to you because. For many years I was. A democrat I mean that's the. Way the president should deal. With Dan rather, was the same way and Bill. O'Reilly was the same way I never covered? The, White. House but I was super aggressive as a reporter don't remember yelling anything at anybody I would pick my spots but you. Know I certainly can't say I was I? Don't think she was yelling who Caitlyn yes I don't think it really doesn't matter because what and I can tell? You this, because I know this for a fact because. We investigated on Bill O'Reilly dot com last night what rankled the White. House was that he was told, there was not going to be any QNA. Yet continued to be very aggressive. And assertive in asking her, questions to the, president lobbyists we didn't want to. Answer them and then would you have done? Differently I probably would have done it differently in. Her position in her position here's. Here's how I would have done it I, would have asked the question, and when he did not answer the. Question kept saying thank you as you. Pointed, out then, I would have said will there be a time Mr President when you'll. Answer the questions about Mr. Colin Michael Cohen That's, what I would have done and therefore? I wouldn't have come across look this is, the truth Anyone who likes President Trump. Supports, him in any way Despises CNN and Caitlyn all right but. She she's not, a CNN came from the daily. Caller I know now but she works, for them now and as we pointed out last week there is a culture. At CNN the demands you be disrespectful to Donald Trump I talked to a CNN. Person this week, and I said can you name. One person on your network one in, a position of visibility anchor high profile reporter who's even moderate toward Donald Trump Silence, there is not anyone not one human being? Working food the corporation that is, even, moderate to the man so the culture is getting End so, Caitlyn knows that's the culture and Caitlin has prospered in CNN from, her. Display but for, the American people if you took a poll today they would say she was outta line. By probably fifty five forty five, so you know the point is that the press has a devoted itself to removing Donald Trump from office that's what they want to do and they're not going to stop doing it and. If they can embarrass them, that's. Point for them, because coca so. So let me let me let me play one more clip for, you I know you remember Helen Thomas listen to. This lay the Helen Thomas President. Your decision to invade Iraq, has. Caused.
"mr. colin" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Up to his ear and go I don't know I can't hear you don't know well he. Didn't always may I, play, a clip. Of Sam Donaldson because. Sam is one of the, guys who really made this famous and listen how the president dealt with Sam Donaldson go ahead play that please Sam Donaldson You. Have, Sarah would Reagan Reagan. President at talking about the continuing recession tonight you have blamed mistakes of the past you blame the congress does any of the blame belong to you because. For many years I was. A democrat I mean that's. The way the president should, deal with Dan, rather was the same way and. Bill O'Reilly was the same way I never? Covered, the White House but I was super aggressive as a reporter I don't remember yelling anything at anybody I would pick my spots but you know I certainly can't say. I was, I don't think she was yelling who Caitlyn yes I don't think it really doesn't matter because what and I can tell you this because I know this for a fact because we. Investigated on Bill O'Reilly dot com. Last night what rankled the White? House was that he was told there was not gonna. Be any. QNA yet continued to be very aggressive in assertive in asking her questions to the president lobbyists we didn't. Want to answer them. And then would you done differently I probably? Would have done it differently in her position In her? Position here's yes here's how I would have done it I would have asked the, question and when he did not answer the quake and kept, saying thank you as you pointed out. That I would have said will there be, a time Mr President when, you'll answer, the questions about Mr. Colin Michael Cohen That's, what I would have done and therefore I wouldn't have come, across look this is the truth anyone? Who likes President Trump or support him in, any way Despises CNN and Caitlyn all, right but she she's not a CNN perc- came from the daily caller I. Know no but she works for them now and as we pointed out. Last, week there is a. Culture at CNN the demands you be disrespectful to Donald Trump I talked to CNN. Person this. Week, and I said can you name. One person on your network one in, a position of visibility anchor high profile reporter who's even moderate toward Donald Trump Silence there is not anyone not, one human being working food, corporation that is even moderate to, the man so the culture is get him so Caitlyn knows that's, the. Culture and Caitlin, has prospered in CNN from her display but for the American people if you took a. Poll today they would say she, was outta line by probably fifty five forty five so you know the, point is that the press has a devoted itself to removing Donald Trump from office that's what they want to do. And they're not gonna, stop, doing. It and if they can embarrass them. That's points for them because the culture, so so let, me let me let me play one more? Clip for you I know you, remember, Helen Thomas.
"mr. colin" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And and i've been i think for some time and that is that while mr colin may believe that he has the alternate get out of jail free card in the in the way of a pardon from someone that he believes is a close friend or though i have serious questions on committee is to whether there would be any loyalty there but namely mr trump i think mr tiller believes that that's his all to make it out of jail he part i think it's a louis i don't think it's going to happen and i take p alternately relies on that he's going to be very very sorry and i don't think he will rely on that do you have reason to believe michael we again processes breaking news close associated business partner michael cohen has flipped and is cooperating with authorities do you believe that the nature of this case is similar to the kind of case could ultimately built against michael cohen meaning that he could face also charges donald trump would not have the power to pardon question and what does that mean well that means exactly i mean i'm agreeing with your question are you know i think that there's going to be significant charges that will be brought on the federal level there'll be significant charges they could be on the state level against michael cohen look i've said it before and maybe i haven't been cleared michael cohen is going to be a world of her in a very short period of time he's going to have very few options in that's why it said repeatedly that i think ultimately he's going to flip on the president's when you look at all this centering on the business dealings it is you know in some of your critics said michael further and further away from your original standing in this case which is over a civil matter involving your client stormy daniels is there anything here that you believe goes beyond that purview really is more about the forties looking into their separate business dealings in this case taxes and taxes so to speak and is is really outside of your area of influence and expertise or is that is that in your view too narrow for the role you're carving out no i think that's too narrow i mean i think a lot of these business the owner to this is quite the quagmire ari a lot of this is intertwined interwoven if you will these various business dealings the dealings or the involvement of essential consultants the use of the bank account i mean a lot of this all flowed into the sane account the same dealt with the same players in many many respects so to those critics say that that this is beyond my purview i mean my purview according to whom i mean i don't have a congressional mandate right i can comment on whatever i wanna comment on and all your viewers and others will determine as to whether or not and i think that's far show yourself to be fairly credible hey crissy's ns nbc every day i come to the office and we make television show every day i think to myself there's so much more i want to talk about and so this is our podcast it's called why is this happening and the whole idea behind it is to get to the root of the things that we see out every day they're driven by big ideas each week i sit down with the person uniquely suited to explain why this is happening new episodes of wise this happening every tuesday listen for free wherever you get your podcasts.
"mr. colin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Welcome to the projection booth i'm your host mike white jordan me once again is mr colin gallagher also back with me this week as ms heather drain hello hello this week we are looking at the nineteen seventy film from director joseph losy figures in a landscape based on the book by bury england it was defeated by and stars robert shaw as mcconnachie and malcolm mcdowell as ansel no first names are given their two men on the run from someone or something that's kind of one of the fun things about this movie and the book and if you're concerned that will be ruining both of those things for you not experienced either just turn out the podcast and come back after you've read it watch the movie all that kind of stuff we will still be here calling when was the first time you saw figures in a landscape and what did you think i found out about it when you know lower but at their studio classics dvd and blu ray couple years ago i can't across on their website at never heard of that before i went ahead and order and was stunned it's very bizarre movie totally up my alley had completely escaped vision and heather i think this is the first time watch for you it was funny i'd heard about the film for years stating back to the early nineties when i became a big fan of malcolm mcdowell work when i saw the movie if like i've read it if lenzing anderson film for my local store and was just like oh my god malcolm mcdowell inspire research filmography and this was the second film he did i believe i think he had his apart that was in poor cal that was cut out but as far as like feature roles this was a second film but i could never find it like i looked for it and it was a really hard film defined for me at least until the keno law release which oh my goodness i mean i think we all know kino lorber do usually fantastic jobs releases and snowed ception by impression was it wasn't what i expected but i don't always mind that i do love the fact that like it has this sort of pastoral title and the book obviously the book does here there's something so great about a a pastoral title that sounds like something of a painting and yet you dive into the work and it's it's not that but it is that at the same time it's very interesting yeah i had heard about this movie for long time this was one of those movies that was kind of a holy grail for some people in it was bitingly available on like the gray market bootleg sites for awhile and then when kino law report put it out in this really beautiful edition i still didn't watch it like i'd had this is one of those where i'd had it on vhs for years and years and i was just like okay i've got it on the shelf eventually i'll watch this because it sounds fairly fascinating malcolm mcdowell robert shaw versus a helicopter okay great this was a first time watch for me this is one of those where i was making myself watch this in order to do the podcast on it and there are some movies like that where i just kinda say all right white it's time to buckle down and watches booby that you've had on the shelf for all of these years and now's the time to do it and i'm glad i did i read the book for this and i watched the movie a couple times and i'm pretty impressed with stuff though i don't know i think i got more out of reading the book and watching it rather than just watching it on its own so i have a thought experiment i have a question for you heather because i don't think that you read the book and i wanna know who are these guys and what are they on the run from will actually i i have read part of the i can't so i failed these already my impression but i think i would have got i would have gathered the same impression from the movie maybe not as strongly as i did from the book but i pretty much was under the assumption that they are there scaping pow camp especially like within the movie you know late you know clearly okay the.
"mr. colin" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH
"There was no way i just thought you showed up in business and shit just happened but in order for all of this to work in order for leadership with yourself your family and your business to work this demands that you as a man have the courage to experience collision modern leadership requires you to collide instead of me setting up this concept i'm gonna get a little insight for mr colin tally on his thought on collision and its requirement as leader bolton himself his family and the business and now here working in that position and moving into that position with us here at waco boyer colin what are your thoughts on this collision leadership idea to track their first being that colliding with myself is the only way that i can't grow any volve and see things differently before there was so much effort to try to edify and build a case for the things that i had already chosen to do so there was this constant let me make a decision and let me go gathered the evidence so that i don't admit that i'm wrong are could have done something differently so all the sudden i've got a situation where most of my energy's actually spent on just packaging up the the content the almost like a legal argument around the decision that was made in the past now there's this desire to constantly collide with myself to see new possibilities the more i collide the more i see the more i grow the faster we move the more i'm able to innovate and quite frankly the more i'm able to generate an income and revenue and just happiness enjoy my life so again measurable outcomes and that space the second thing on the collision leadership side is what you each think about the business either you own or you're in.
Sarah Sanders: Trump didn't know about Stormy Daniels payment "at the time" but learned "later"
"News time nine oh two harlem woman discovered a oneyearold outside her door the woman who lives in the lower level of this brownstone on west one thirty second street was heading to a doctor's appointment when she found the little boy inside her latched gate after taking him around the neighborhood looking for parent she called the police when i left with the policeman cried to me mommy and i and that may come to my eyes i can't believe somebody's lead a baby like that little boy is okay but it wasn't mommy the left in here detectives canvassing the neighborhood came up with a surveillance image of the man they believe abandoned the child al jones ten wins on west one hundred thirty second street in harlem man police now have put a name to that image police are looking for twenty two year old on tonio stanton the surveillance video shows him putting the child inside the building foyer and leaving a bag from diapers inside of a garbage can staten is described as a twenty two year old male six foot tall one hundred seventy pounds last seen wearing a black baseball cap a black t shirt black sweatpants and lacking white sneakers we have pictures of both the suspect and the child at ten ten wins dot com president trump's lawyers and white house press secretary sarah sanders to they tried to explain how trump attorney rudolph giuliani contradicted the president's earlier statements about a payment to pornstar stormy daniels white house press secretary sarah sanders could do little the truck her shoulders we get the best information possible at the time and we're gonna continue to do that every single day she was pressed repeatedly about her own previous statements relaying what president trump had said regarding not knowing about the payment to stormy daniels and denying michael cohen had been repaid specifically know that the president breath paid mr colin for the one hundred and thirty thousand dollars the first awareness i had was during the interview last night rudolph giuliani in several interviews with fox news has put out the picture of mr trump keeping cohen on retainer and from that the payment to daniels was considered repaid bob costantini the white house earlier in the day nbc news reported that federal authorities had wiretapped michael collins foams nbc later corrected that report saying us officials said.
Grand jury to consider drug charge against Rose McGowan
"That michael cohen was reimbursed for a one hundred thirty thousand dollar payments daniels windy specifically know that the president repaid mr colin for the one hundred thirty thousand dollars new person the first awareness i had was during the interview last night you can watch that news conference also on our facebook page wma ldc drug possession charge this hour new this hour against rose mcgowan as being sent to a virginia grand jury after a jaundice found probable cause mcgowan sought to have the charges against her dismissed at a preliminary hearing today and leesburg she had suggested that the drugs may have been planted on her by agents hired by disgraced hollywood producer harvey weinstein the judge said the standard for finding probable cause as low and arguments about whether the drugs may have been planted there are better suited for trial a california judge denying a motion by the attorney of the man accused of being the golden state killer to stop the collection of more dna evidence against her client attorney diane howard the public defender for former cop joseph di angelo tried to block the collection of more fingerprint and other dna evidence including photos of the seventy two year old suspect specifically of his genitals howard argue the warrants should be stopped because it was approved before her client was arrested and charged the prosecution argued the collection should continue because it is non testimonial evidence and the judge agreed correspondent jim rupe checking your money ahead of the close the dow's up three points the sp five hundred.
"mr. colin" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Right you have the right to not disclose any information that the witness reasonably believes could be used in a criminal prosecution or could lead to other evidence that might so be used so you don't have to say what it is right like saying what it is is another aspect right isn't of itself implicated by your assertion of the fifth amendment right like if you have to say this is right i cert my fifth amendment right that you know if i say this this will prove that regarding the drugs that are in zach like exactly what it is so in fact so here's what the what stormy daniels opposition to the stay says right generally a witness must show that his testimony would support a conviction under federal criminal statute or furnish a link in the chain of evidence needed to prosecute the climate for federal crime a proper assertion of the fifth amend privilege requires at a minimum a good faith effort to provide the trial judge with sufficient information from which he can make an intelligent evaluation of the client here mr cohen is failed to beat his burden to establish that his purported fifth amendment concerns justify the issuance of a stay he makes no attempt to demonstrate why his testimony about the settlement agreement or the payment made their under would be self incriminating to justify such a broad and sweeping remedy one would expect a declaration for mr colin testifying about among other things the f b i raids what was seized in the raids the supposed relationship between the seizures and this case and the fact that he's been informed that he's under criminal investigation and the criminal charges are imminent and yet no such declaration was filed.
"mr. colin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Purposes of determining am is culpability with regard to karen and our case we've accomplished what we needed with ammo were out of the contract and so with regard to mr davidson and mr colin we'll be watching closely because to the extent that information from that raid comes out and is troubling it may very well prompt karen to take further action but if i'm being you know perfectly direct i don't really think karen needs to much additional information in order to take further action i think it's more a personal decision on her part about whether she wants to move on or whether she believes that they need to be held to account that's peter stress the attorney for karen mcdougal who allegedly had an affair with president trump and just reached a settlement with the company that bought the rights to her story thanks so much for joining us today thank you you're listening to all things considered from npr news the trump administration says its tariffs on steel imports shouldn't steel imports shouldn't have much of an impact on prices but the tariffs who'd have plenty of unintended consequences that story is coming up in the final segment of today's all things considered broadcast after a traffic update from julie deppish and it looks like their clearing up wreck on the uproar bayshore south went to one after mill free avenue both on the shoulder going to be on the brakes anyway from sfo at a wreck on the nimitz north eight eighty at davis street san leandro that's gone still sluggish back to two thirty eight and the on the.
"mr. colin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Who represents mr colin calls this particular motion reckless and a politically motivated charade very busy paula reid paul thank you the president got word of that secret beijing meeting between the leaders of china and north korea a few hours before it was made public and it appears the president is anxious to meet kim jong un himself here a senior foreign affairs correspondent and face the nation moderator margaret brennan we're going to be cautiously optimistic the white house today said it was getting closer to a face to face meeting between president trump and north korean dictator kim jong un and we want to make sure that it's done as soon as we can but we also want to make sure it's done properly and we're working towards that goal mateen the renewed optimism came after kim jong un made a secret visit to beijing to meet with china's president xi jinping it was his first trip outside north korea since coming to power nearly seven years ago he used the appearance to publicly confirm he's willing to hold a summit with president trump and according to chinese media vaguely committed to denuclearize under certain conditions china's ambassador carried a personal message from xi to the white house tuesday with details of kim's offer the beijing visit seems to have repaired north korea's relationship with china which had been damaged by china's support for sanctions on north korea's accelerating nuclear program former by analysts sumi terry because now he looks like a normal country today president trump predicted on twitter that there is a good chance that kim jong un.
"mr. colin" Discussed on KOMO
"Talks to go on television um to go on good morning america and talked about uh some kind of relationship with mr trump and it it was around that time died her attorney uh reach this agreement with uh mr cohen who's mr trump's lawyer to kind of uh stop that her from going public with i have we heard anything from mr trump's lawyers daniels lawyers are miss clifford lawyers i should say what was the white house itself hadn't they basically well ms uh daniels gave a statement through mr colin ironically now through her own attorney in which she denied um having any that relationship or a sexual relationship with uh with the president um and said she didn't get any hush money from mr trump she did not uh that trust anything relating stressor and uh um and both mr cohen and the white house have called this uh talk of a um uh you know that they that they were intimate uh that it's kind of rumors and that's not true um but they really happen nobody's really fundamentally challenged the notion that uh there was this deal too um to pay her this money so is there a paper trail or is is there something could prove this one way or the other we've reported dacha mr colin uh made the payment uh for the settlement to the bank account uh for uh stormy daniels lawyer uh which is at city national bank in los angeles and that the lawyer then passed along the payment to her minus his fees what do you expect the the next steps or the fallout to be from this uh all that remains to be seen i mean it's uh i can't really predict what the fall i would be uh you know it's not really related to the russia investigation uh that this special counsel is looking at uh although mr in the lawyer for mr trump was mentioned in the.