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Chicago-based GE Healthcare would invest $50 million in a new factory in West Milwaukee under proposed plan

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:16 sec | 3 d ago

Chicago-based GE Healthcare would invest $50 million in a new factory in West Milwaukee under proposed plan

"Healthcare, one of the area's longest running high tech manufacturers, is on the move. The company will invest $50 million in its location in West Milwaukee. That means hundreds of jobs will move from the company's big campus and Walker shot, the Milwaukee Business Journal says. The movie is subject to bargaining with labor groups.

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Where the Biden and Trump Campaigns Stand 50 Days Before Election Day

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Where the Biden and Trump Campaigns Stand 50 Days Before Election Day

"The two campaigns continue to trade shots. As Election Day creeps closer at a Nevada rally Saturday, the president touched on Joe Biden, the Mueller probe and mail in balloting 80 million ballots that and it's Democrats. They get it. They're trying to rig this election, the president's claimed remains unsubstantiated. Biden campaign senior policy advisor Jake Sullivan on Fox News Sunday said what the president apparently knew and did not say about Cove. It is Is troublesome. Donald Trump got all that information learned this virus was deadly learned it was airborne learned it was worse than the flu and then lied to the American people. The campaign's making their arguments with just seven weeks remaining until election day.

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US stocks resume downward slide, tech shares tumble

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:57 sec | Last week

US stocks resume downward slide, tech shares tumble

"The markets ended the day lower yesterday as the NASDAQ composite dropped. 2% and all three major indices had risen earlier in the session that whip saw action. Caymus Technology, which is the best performing market sector year to date, continued its recent downward trend. Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix Alphabet and Microsoft all close sharply lower yesterday, and Tesla, which was up more than 8% earlier in the day, posted a gain of just 1.4%. Thursday's declines put the S and P 500 down more than 2% for the week along with the 30 stock down the NASDAQ Dow has dropped 3.5% week to date another one week to climb with Mark T S and P 501st back to back weekly dry. Up since May with Drake and associate time Tony Drake certified financial planner NewsRadio W T. M J

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Kenosha Businesses Grapple With Damage to City

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:29 sec | Last week

Kenosha Businesses Grapple With Damage to City

"Businesses may be done for good after being damaged during last month's protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, the number coming from the Kenosha area Business Alliance, which begs total damage at $50 million to some 100 shops and stores. Numbers reveal that in Kenosha County board meeting earlier this week, the commotion news says supervisors may seek state and federal funding to help rebuild not just low interest loans. There's also talk of holding an emergency management debriefing on what went right and wrong during the disturbances.

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Boston - Cape Hopes For 'Second Summer' Tourism As Businesses Continue To Face Challenges

WBZ Afternoon News

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston - Cape Hopes For 'Second Summer' Tourism As Businesses Continue To Face Challenges

"Owners hope to extend the summer season through October. W. B Z T V's Luisa Mueller has details after a stunted start to the season. The Cape is trying to capitalize on Corona Sania with a campaign called second Summer, aiming to keep visitors around into mid October. It's a crawl to the finish line for struggling Cape Restaurants like Boo Villas in province town there were slammed by the virus and a halt to work. Is this? Our gross income is almost up to 50% of what it was in our payroll is maybe down. 10%, the owner of the Lobster Trap. Inborn is hoping Sonny evenings will keep his outdoor seating packed past Labor Day and through October this year isn't gonna be a record breaker, but it wasn't his Disastrous as we had forecasted. What happens Come winter is anyone's guess. New restaurants or restaurants that were already struggling, aren't going to be here next year. The co owners of Orleans in say, their phones have been ringing off the hook lately as they attract locals from Boston, New York and New Jersey. White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the economy is well on its way to recovery. This's just

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Jimmy Butler Wins It At Buzzer, Miami Heat Top Bucks 116-114

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jimmy Butler Wins It At Buzzer, Miami Heat Top Bucks 116-114

"The Milwaukee Bucks wake up this morning in an O to Siri's hole that after being beaten after the buzzer in Game two against the Miami Heat on Wednesday night, Yannis follows Jimmy Butler as time expires. Jimmy Calmly steps in line knocked down two free throws for the win. Game. Three of the best of seven series is going to take place on Friday

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Joe Biden to meet with Jacob Blake's family in Kenosha

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden to meet with Jacob Blake's family in Kenosha

"A visit from President Trump Tuesday. Kenosha gets another this time from former vice President Joe Biden today what is known about Biden's visitors that he will meet with the family of Jacob Lake, which was confirmed by their attorney to T. M. J for news and that he and his wife, Jill, will talk with law enforcement and business leaders. Biden provided his thoughts about the visit during a campaign event Wednesday. I'm not gonna tell Kenosha what they have to do what we have to do together, we gotta Hell, we gotta put things together. Bring people together. This is the first time Wisconsin has had a visit from the Democratic presidential nominee since 2012

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Chadwick Boseman’s death from colon cancer is ‘eye-opening,’ doctors say

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chadwick Boseman’s death from colon cancer is ‘eye-opening,’ doctors say

"The death of Black Panthers start Chadwick Boseman at age 43 after his heroic battle against colon cancer may help save lives of the public learns more about screening and prevention. Holding cancer is the second most common cause of cancer deaths in the U. S. For men and women combined. Colon cancer is much more common among older people. Black men and women also experienced higher rates of the disease. But in recent years there has been a decrease in colon cancer rates among people 50 and above a B C's TJ Holmes

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Bukcs, heat begin Eastern Conference semifinals tonight

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Bukcs, heat begin Eastern Conference semifinals tonight

"Bring on the Miami Heat. Middleton back set out right wing bounced to Marvin Williams out of the corner. Honest three pointer. Why not ABC? Easy as 1234, the alphabet 1 12 to 98. Johannes and the Bucks eliminated the Orlando Magic in five games on Saturday. Now they advance to the Eastern Conference semifinals. To take on the heat. Miami head coach Eric Spoelstra knows his squad is gonna have its hands full trying to guard the MVP. Also, you're going to have to do more prep. But we're not re inventing the whole wheel on how we prepare for a game. So you just get into your routine age, Each opponent is going to present really different challenges. This is a really good team. Obviously an MP player on their team, You're going to do things well. Game one of that. Siri's tips off tonight coverage here on the same day starts at five o'clock.

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Reds sweep Brewers as teams resume play following protest

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Reds sweep Brewers as teams resume play following protest

"Ever, really part doubleheader, albeit only 27 inning games, it's still qualifies as a doubleheader lost them Both. They get the Pirates coming in this weekend, but other teams took last night off in various ways and others may do so. Moving forward. Yes or seven games in Major League Baseball were postponed last night because of what the box in the Brewers set into motion on Wednesday, which was really cool to see the Mets and the Marlins did it in a really interesting fashion, running out onto the field fully in uniform, looking like they were intending to play. On. Then they just stood in silence for 42 seconds to honor Jackie Robinson and then just left the field silently. So that was their their silent protests, which I thought was fantastic to watch. So you have a bruise in the box have said a lot of positive momentum and emotion starting on Wednesday, and NFL teams have cancelled practices. The Packers didn't practice yesterday. Basketball is looking like it's going to return. The playoffs will resume at some point tomorrow, but we're still kind of waiting on specific name times, especially for the Bucks and Magic. And the NHL is going to take a did take last night off. They're taking tonight off a swell

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Brewers drop both games in doubleheader vs. Reds

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brewers drop both games in doubleheader vs. Reds

"Brewers dropped both games of their double header to the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday night. Game one. Was a 6 to 1 final game to a six to nothing. Final manager. Correct. Allison knows the team isn't gonna win very many games. If they continue to play the way that they played on Thursday. We didn't win the bats today. You know, we in pitch particularly well, either, but I don't necessarily think way face some good pitching the first, you know this is a team with really good starting pitching. You know, we scrapped across from runs in the first couple of games. But again, we need to score. We're not scoring enough for not putting pressure on teams like early in the game and Since continued and it's and it's just because becomes a really tough formula, the biggest impact the brewer's made on Thursday, though, may have been off the baseball Diamond. Seven. Major league Baseball games postpones toe honor Jacob Lake in to bring attention to racial injustice into Bill police brutality. In hockey. The

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Hurricane Laura makes landfall as Category 4 storm

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hurricane Laura makes landfall as Category 4 storm

"Roof. Hurricane Laura, making landfall in the Gulf Coast over and I'm bringing along with its storm swells upwards of 20 FT. High windows of 140 plus MPH. ABC is Ted Oberg is inside a hotel as that storm passed through, he tells us about the deafening, frightening howl made by this category four storm talk a lot about what it sounds like to be in the middle of an intense hurricane. This is one of those sounds. That's not a fire alarm or anything like that. It's these doors. It's the wind. Whistling those stores. It's incredibly loud concert level loud, just high pitched whistle as the wind whips through the pool area. And in through those doors, the storm is losing some of its strength. Now, a category two

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DOJ won't reveal congressional candidate who asked for, received hacked info on their opponent

60 Minutes

08:45 min | Last month

DOJ won't reveal congressional candidate who asked for, received hacked info on their opponent

"With less than 100 days before the presidential election. U. S intelligence officials are warning that Russia and other adversaries are once again interfering in our democratic process. In 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his intelligence agencies to create chaos in our system, using a combination of social media manipulation, propaganda and other dirty tricks. President. Trump's Justice Department currently has at least two open cases against Russian citizens for disrupting the 2016 presidential and congressional elections. As we first reported last November, 12 Russian military officers are still at large, charged with breaking into the Democratic Party's computers in 2016. Stealing compromising information and selectively releasing it to undermine specific candidates. There's no evidence of similar operations against Republicans in 2016. With the 2020 election's just around the corner. Ah cautionary tale, the Russian hack. The Russians never left. I can guarantee you in 2016. After this all into news. They never left. They didn't stop doing what they're doing. This wasn't just a one time thing. No way. Russia doesn't do it that way. Robert Anderson should know. He spent 21 years inside the cloak and dagger world of spies and hackers overseeing the FBI's counterintelligence and cyber divisions. And tracking Moscow spy agencies, an alphabet of artifice, the FSB S V, R, and especially the G R U G. RU is military intelligence. So when we look at the attacks that happened during a presidential Races in 2016. You had military organisations inside of Russia attacking our infrastructure. So are the hackers or are the soldiers? So they're both on in most cases in most these units or not just hackers. They're probably some of the best mathematical minds in Russia. These air seasoned professionals that have worked away up the ranks to be in these units. To carry out the strategic attacks on behalf of that country. These are the hacker soldiers from G R U unit 26165, who, according to the Justice Department were responsible for breaking and entering into the Democratic Party's computers remotely from Moscow. Their names, ranks and faces are now on the FBI's most wanted list for stealing, among other things, the Democrats, strategic plans detailed targeting data and internal polling. G R U Colonel Alexander also joke commanded a separate unit. 744551 of his officers was in charge of spreading this stolen material to political operatives, bloggers and the media. Another hack state election boards. It wasn't some £400 guy in his parents Basement. No, this was a well choreographed military operation. With units that not only were set up specifically to hack into obtain information, but other units that were used for psychological warfare or weaponizing that this is not an operation that was just put together haphazardly. So that was the 26165 unit. The Justice Department's National security division is overseeing the Russian hacking case once they're doing that keystroke monitoring, Assistant Attorney General John Dimmers runs the division. Along with the deputies, Adam Hickey and Sean knew DOJ attorney Heather Al Pino worked with special counsel Mueller on the Russian indictments all have access to the underlying intelligence and have no doubt the rush. Shins interfered in the 2016 election. This really happened. Yes, that really happened. And we believe that if we had to, we could prove that in court tomorrow, using only admissible non classified evidence to 12 jurors. You ever expect to get the 12 Russian officials The trial. I would be surprised, But the purpose of the indictment isn't just that, although that's certainly one of the purposes, the purposes of this kind of indictment is even, uh, to educate the public. For a legal document. The 29 page indictment is a page Turner It. Details how U. S intelligence agencies tracked each defendant's actions, sometimes by the keystroke, revealing the fictitious names and phony emails used to infiltrate the Democrats, computers. And tracing the stolen data on its circuitous route from Washington, D. C. To Moscow. The information in the indictment is very detailed. You have descriptions of the Russian agents. Typing. Into their computers. Obviously, I can't go into too much detail because I don't want to reveal investigative methods. But the inside here is that behind every one of those Keyboard's is not night P address. It's a human being those indicted G R U agents. The U. S. Says one team, working out of a building in Moscow called the Tower created a website and a provocative character to disseminate this stolen material. Lucifer 2.0 So goose over 2.0 is a fictional online persona. It's all an effort. The Russian side to hide their involvement. And these guys are pretending to be one lone hacker. Correct, and that works. What it gives them is plausible deniability. Right. They don't need to work 100% as long as the Russians, Khun say. Wasn't us. Posing as goose A for 2.0. The Russians offered up stolen documents to Julian Assange, Jas wiki leaks and self proclaimed dirty trickster Roger Stone. It was all part of a broad campaign to disrupt the presidential election. But there was another less well known part of the Russian operation to undermine Democrats running for Congress. It started as large document dumps where goose for 2.0 was kind of taunting and saying, I have more Kelli Ward Burton was executive director of the D. Triple C. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. When the Russians hacked the committee's computers, these bullet points at the top are the summary for how we need to win. They swiped and dumped on the Internet material, she told us cost millions of dollars to produce. Battle plans for congressional races, demographic research on voters and extensive dossiers on the weaknesses of their own candidates. So when we deliberate internally about anything, you know that's not intended to be made public, and that's what makes this so important to understand these as stolen documents. It's not different than Watergate. It's not different than When Republicans came into the DNC and stole documents from the file cabinets. It's the cyber version of that they came into our office and they stole Our documents. Documents were never intended to be public. And then they used that in the election, even Democrat party bosses or questioning his character. Ward was shocked when Republicans used the stolen internal materials in this negative ad. We reach out to them and ask them, you know, we way, said We've been the victims of a cyber attack by a foreign adversary. Will you make a commitment not to use any of these stolen materials in In the campaigner in the 2016 election, and they wouldn't make a commitment to do so, she says. In the months leading up to the elections, Russian tactics evolved, the indiscriminate document dumps became more frequent and strategic. There would be thousands of documents that would show up on one day and then they got smarter and he started to really specific documents. Related to our specific races or documents that were in art most targeted states and are most targeted areas.

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Ex-CIA chief John Brennan interviewed for 8 hours as part of Durham's review of Russia probe

Howie Carr

00:35 sec | Last month

Ex-CIA chief John Brennan interviewed for 8 hours as part of Durham's review of Russia probe

"The latest on the investigation of the Russia investigation. ABC is Chuck's Iverson. Former CIA director John Brennan was interviewed by U. S Attorney John Durham for about eight hours Friday. Durham heading the Justice Department's investigation about Russia's interference in the 2016 U. S election that from an email from Brennan's office, it says. Durham said Brennan is not a target of an investigation on Ly, a witness. This comes days after the Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee released its report detailing an extensive number of contacts between Trump Campaign advice. Risers and Kremlin officials and other Russians confirming special counsel Mueller's

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Russia worked to help Trump in 2016 election: Senate panel

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:35 min | Last month

Russia worked to help Trump in 2016 election: Senate panel

"Million documents. Hundreds of witness interviews and the consensus from Democrats and Republicans in the Senate Intelligence Committee is that Russia aggressively tried to influence 2016 presidential campaign, and the Trump campaign was happy to accept Russian help, they said. So in 1000 page report this week, the committee also reportedly made criminal referrals to federal prosecutors believe in a number of people have lied or maid. Contradictory statements to investigators were going to turn now to Justin. Rude. He's a former congressional investigator now director of the project on Government Oversight. Thanks so much for being with us good to be with you. According to officials who spoke with the Times, The Washington Post NBC News the intelligence Committee Told the Department of Justice that Steve Bannon, Erik Prince Sam Clovis Alternate Associates appeared to have made false statements to the committee and that Donald Trump Jr and Jared Kushner had made statements that were contradicted by other testimony. How often does a congressional committee make a referral like that? But they're not common, but I would say they're not infrequent. It's hard to say for sure, because sometimes these pearls are made publicly. Sometimes they're made privately. These obviously we've made privately so it's hard to have AH, clear accounts, but it's not uncommon, especially at the end of a lengthy investigation like this one toe have examples of Witnesses say you feel may have not have been fully forthcoming on there's a matter almost house. You need to refer that to Department of justice and ask them to look look into a little further. Would you have any concern based on what we do know now that the Justice Department is ignoring Congress or slowing down the process? This is not a normal year. That is not a normal administration for sure make that difficult to see inside a black box of the situation like this. Certainly there are concerns from politicization of the Department of Justice. But I would also say that historically speaking when Congress makes with pearls to the Department of Justice for anything but particularly around obstruction, or or false statements, types of concerns If the figures of the subjects of those girls are connected to the administration administration officials regardless of whether they're Democratic Republican, the Department of Justice rarely takes those cases up frequently. These were for Those are much more successful if they target a private individual. Well, what a tradition. Why don't they traditionally picked them up old fashioned politics? It's hard to convince the Department of Justice to go after a member of their own administration on DH while I think false statements, serious charge, and certainly any federal investigator would tell you get in. I think there are people have gone to prison for lying to Congress, right? Oh, absolutely, and in recent history as well, So I think that we should probably point to that evidence as well. You got Michael Cohen, who pled guilty to a charge of lying to Congress. He had Roger Stone, who was convicted of making false statements now, But those were coming through the Mueller team. The special prosecutor's team and these referrals are going to the U. S Attorney's office here in D. C. Which I think has a little bit of a body a record. I think Congress just heard from members that office in June. I believe about interns around politicization there. In the cases of Michael Flynn and Excuse me and Roger Stone sentencing. So, so it's tough to read whether or not it's going to move forward. I would say that while the Department of Justice don't get these referrals from Congress from committees from members because it's just a letter anyone any member of Congress or the Mini can write one of these letters. I think they tend Give credence to these work world become, as this one does from the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is to say first that's being made on a bipartisan basis by the by the chair and vice chair of the committee is coming at the end of an extensive and detailed investigation. That's just one person's opinion. Kind of popping off. They you assume have AH, decent. Body of records to refer to and the third one is they didn't publicly They didn't try to politicize it so that I think a lot of watches gives credence in some real gravity. Well, thanks very much for being with us. Justin Road, directs the Congressional Oversight Initiative at the project on Government Oversight. We're very grateful for your time. Thank you, sir. For having me At

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CIA Had Evidence of Russian Effort to Help Trump Earlier

WBZ Morning News

00:58 sec | Last month

CIA Had Evidence of Russian Effort to Help Trump Earlier

"John Brennan was interviewed for about eight hours yesterday as part of the ongoing probe probe into into the the origins origins of of the the Russia Russia 2016 2016 election election interference interference investigation. investigation. More More details details from from ABC ABC is is Chuck's Chuck's Iverson, Iverson, CIA CIA chief chief was was told told by by the the head head of of the the investigation investigation that that he was not a target. Just a witness, according to an E Mail from Brennan's office. Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee released a report this week not concluding a conspiracy but detailing extensive contacts between Trump campaign. Advisers and Kremlin officials, including a Russian intelligence officer, confirming special counsel Mueller's findings. His office, says Bren until the investigator efforts of President Trump in Attorney General Bar to politicize the Justice Department's work are appalling and have tarnished its reputation. President Trump has accused Brenan of unlawfully surveying his campaign and sought in 2018 to revoke his security clearance. Brennan has been a very vocal critic of Mr Trump, accusing him of corruption and abuse of office. Getting

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No firm plans for the Republican National Convention

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:24 sec | Last month

No firm plans for the Republican National Convention

"But it's Friday today, and the RNC is supposed to begin on Monday in the Republican Party has not put out any firm plans for what's going on next week. President Trump has made it clear he plans to give an address at the White House accepting the party's nomination. We learned Claudia will speak and a few others, but the party has not clarified win or where, if they do a program like the Democrats did. That's ABC. Zelig Stone in Wilmington,

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Senate report details Trump campaign's 2016 Russia connections

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:41 min | Last month

Senate report details Trump campaign's 2016 Russia connections

"A bipartisan Senate panel says Paul Manafort, the 2016 Trump campaign chairman, was in regular contact with a Russian operative during the 2016 campaign and posed a grave. Counterintelligence threat to the U. S. Now this is all part of a long awaited report from the Senate Intelligence Committee on Rush in coordination with the Trump campaign here, CBS's Nancy Courtis The nearly 1000 page report details an extensive web of Russian relationships within the Trump campaign. Specifically, it says Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort ce willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services represented a grave counterintelligence threat. The three year investigation also found that President Trump may have misled special counsel Robert Mueller. He told Mueller that he didn't recall discussing the Clinton campaign's stolen emails with his close friend Roger Stone. But the committee assesses that Trump did, in fact, speak with stone about Wikileaks. On multiple occasions. They begin me. The Russia hoax, shifty shift and all these characters from the day I got here in what may be the reports biggest bombshell. Bipartisan investigators say they learned of three general sets of allegations. Involving Trump engaging in personal relationships with Russian women during trips dating back to the nineties. In one case, Russian businessmen warned the president's former fixer Michael Cohen, that there were sensitive tapes of a trump visit to Russia that could potentially be used as

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"We would've had close up. tremendous amounts of our energy to qualify eventually not too far into the future. We would have had to do things that would have been. Unbelievably destructive. To our country, including the possible closing of twenty five percent of our businesses thinking that. And it was going to cost US goods and hundreds of millions of dollars. For the privilege of being involved in the Paris climate accord. And you just have to look at what took place this year in Paris France. Where money was being sent to countries all over the world and The. People of France didn't want to take it, and they didn't. Then they did a lot of rioting. Had their taxes raised. We would've had a raise our taxes. and. It was a disaster I've been given a lot of credit for what I did. There took a certain amount of courage. I guess because sound so nice the Paris. Climate accord, but it wasn't good for us at all. America lost nearly ten thousand factories well. Joe Biden Was Vice President of that ten thousand factories. He, wrote. Something today and he made a statement today that I wrote down pretty accurate. So Biden was here for forty seven years eight years the last eight years not long ago as vice president, Andy said one in five miles of our highways are still in poor condition where we're doing a good job and highways, but. Why didn't effects from three years ago? What didn't fix them? Tens of thousands of bridges are in disrepair. And on the verge of collapse. Probably not a right number, but we have bridges that should have been fixed. Why didn't fix them? Was There for eight years with? President Obama why didn't they fix some? Tens of thousands of bridges. This is what he wrote. High speed broadband. We want high speed rail well. Why didn't he get it? Three years ago is not a long time. And he didn't do any of the things, but now he says he's going to be president as president. He's going to do all the things that he didn't. Do. You never did never did anything except make very bad decisions especially on foreign policy. So Joe Biden President. Obama freely allowed China to pillage factories. plunderer communities and steal our most precious secrets. And I've stopped it largely but I've stopped it. And it wasn't easy. Because you talk about a certain power of. The telephone and calls where they would call and say no. We don't WanNa do that. Other countries would call on behalf of China but I did it. I did what has to be done. New just take a look at what's gone on and take a look at the kind of at the numbers where they devalue their currency in order to pay the tariffs. Now the Democrat Party is calling for defunding of our military think of that funding. They wanted to fund our military when China is building a massive military. It building a massive military and Biden wants to fund our military. And the world needs American strength right now more than ever. We've got it. We've we've got..

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:59 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"And I don't want them to have a bad year. I want them to have good year, but they were take advantage of the United States for many many years. And that's stopping. But, then the then the virus came in and The world is a different place, but we're now getting back. In one of the reasons. The market's doing so. It's almost at the point that it was at. Prior to the plague, almost we're getting very close. It's a great thing. It's an amazing thing. What are people have done and. What they've endured, no administration has been tougher on China than this administration. We imposed historic tariffs. We stood up to China's intellectual property theft at a level that nobody's ever come close. We confronted untrustworthy fees, technology and telecom providers. We convinced many countries many countries. And I? Did this myself for the most part not to use wall way? Because, we think it's an unsafe security risk. It's a big security risk. I talked many countries out of using it. They want to do business with us. They can't use it just today. I believe that UK. Announced, that they're not going to be using it. And that was up in the air for a long time, but they've decided and. You look at Italy. Look at many other countries. We withdrew from the Chinese dominated whol. And we fully. Rebuilt the United States military, the WHO. World Health Organization We were paying close to five hundred million dollars. A year China is paying thirty nine million dollars a year. And? China had too much say they worked very hard. Which is a? Bad thing by our past administrations, but we were tough and we're saying. I was asking, is it? Why are we paying so much more than China. China's one point four billion people we have. Three, twenty, five! Probably Three hundred and twenty five million approximately, nobody can give the exact count with trying to get an exact count, but you have over the years many illegals who have come into the country, so it depends on how you want to count it. But you could say three hundred, twenty, five to three hundred and fifty million people as opposed to one point. Four Billion People And The World Trade World Trade is. Terrible that deal is terrible. The World Health is terrible deal. We've been very tough from the world, Trade Organization and we've been. I guess it's tough as you can get on world health. We withdrew our money. We told them we're getting out doesn't mean that someday we won't go back in. Maybe we will when it's correctly run, but they made a lot of bad predictions, and they said a lot of bad things about..

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"I'm sure senator. Graham already has lots of good questions, Robert Mueller, but I would like Robert. Mueller have to answer for For the fact that he has always been treated, and will always be treated with greater objectivity and fairness than he has treated others, and if anyone dares, invoke his age as an excuse for making this mistake under oath, let's not forget. He's the same age that your room Coursey was. Your Coursey was faulted for correcting a member of an email from years before. I remember the by the way. Yeah, of course just like with the stone case Popadopoulos. Case the Flynn case. The manafort case I mean you know what I bet is Comi at some point. He's going to plead the fifth when he gets called back. That's my guess. I'm just throwing out a Hannity guest prediction. Here are quick break. We expect the president to speak momentarily. When that happens, we'll bring it to you. Live straight ahead all right. Let's head to the Rose Garden and the president He just signed an executive order on China holding them accountable Let's listen. To. Hot but it's pretty warm. Thank you. So. We've had a big Dan. The stock market things are coming back and coming back very rapidly. Let sooner than people thought. People feeling good about our country, people are feeling. Good about. Therapeutics and possible vaccines. But we're GONNA go over quite a bit. And maybe at the end we'll take some questions we have time. It's not too hot. Today I signed legislation. And Executive Order? To Hold China accountable for its oppressive actions against the people of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong or Tommy Act, which I signed. This afternoon passed unanimously through Congress. This law gives my administration powerful new tools to hold responsible the individuals and the entities involved and extinguishing Hong Kong's freedom. We've all watched what happened. Not a good situation. There, freedom's been taken away. Their rights have been taken away, and with it goes Hong Kong in my opinion, because it will no longer be able to compete with three markets. A lot of people will be leaving Hong Kong I suspect. And we're going to do a lot more business because of it because we just lost one competitor. So it is, we lost a very very serious competitor competitor that. We incentivize to take a lot of business and do well. And We gave them a lot of business by doing what we did. We gave them things that nobody else had the right to do. And that gave them a big edge over other markets, and because of that edge they've done really historic business tremendous business far bigger than anybody would have thought years ago when we. Did this Gift. We was really a gift to freedom. Today also signed an executive order ending US preferential treatment for Hong Kong. Hong Kong will now be treated the same as mainland China. No special privileges, no special economic treatment and no export of sensitive technologies. In addition to that, is you know we're? Placing massive tariffs and have placed. Very large tariffs on China first time that's ever happened to China billions of dollars have been paid to the United States which have given quite a bit to the farmers and ranchers for country because they were targeted. And that's been going on for three years. First Time. Anybody's ever done anything like that. And prior to the plague pouring in. From China. They were having the worst years. You know and sixty seven years..

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Now we have neighbors reporting on neighbors whether or not there mask wearer's. We have all indoor activities. L. A. and San Diego. Schools are going to be online in the summer. I wonder if they're gonNA. Listen to the American pediatric society the things that they have to say. And we've got an election and one hundred twelve days. And Senator Verano is saying that trump spaces mostly made up of white supremacists. You know smelly Walmart Shoppers and. deplorables that cling to their God their guns, their bibles in their religion. Along Eight, hundred, nine, four, one Sean Ron and Baltimore WCBS. What's going on Sir her you? Yes, I'm good Shawn I I'm sorry. I didn't get to call you for You had senator grandma and because I also have a question for Robert Mueller. I remember the Robert Muller. When he testified under oath before a House Committee was asked early on whether he thought the collusion and conspiracy were synonymous, and he had to quit quickly. correct his memory of it when he was in direct contradiction to his own report, the report that he was there to testify about so I'd like to know a friend. Mulligan, tell us why he should not be subject to indictment indictment for the belt Lindsey. Graham brought up crepe points to. I mean, and that is okay If if they knew that the underlying dossier that was the literally was the bulk of information without which even. You even have the the FBI. Claiming that without which they would not get the peiser application uproot goes the bulk of information it Andrew. McCabe said that under oath before the House Intelligence Committee, okay, and then when they had the sub source members I, sub source was interviewed in January of two thousand and seventeen. Long before Rod Rosenstein has already said it'd be new now what he knew then. if he knew if he knew then what he knows now, he would never have gone forward. Sign the. FIS application and send a charge order to Muller. The question is what did Muller know. And when did he know.

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"What I've learned is that the masks work social distancing works. Is it inconvenient? Yes, is a temporary. Yes, but if it opens up stadiums and concerts and football, I'm all for it and personally I don't know I. Just you know I like to think about other people before myself. I'm not really that worried about corona virus. Could I be one of those people susceptible I? Guess, of course they can. Simple one. But. I'm more concerned. If I got it. I wouldn't remember. You're symptomatic for a period of time. I wouldn't WanNa give or pass on the virus to somebody that was -ceptable. Regardless of how it may or may not have impacted me. That's my personal view. Anyway the risks can be managed. Space desks six feet apart stagger class periods. Make kids wear face coverings when possible keep them in. You. Know that that's what the Wall Street. Journal is saying by the way so as the American. Pediatric Society! When the schools opened in Denmark, they didn't see of major spread corona virus. This is in Reuters today. Sending children back to schools daycare centers in Denmark I country in Europe to do so did not lead to an increase in corona virus infections. there are other issues that the American pediatric. Society and others brought up. the lack of socialization of kids also can have an impact is a study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Analyzing CDC data on corona cases and a synthetic control design. Found no evidence that Cova nineteen cases grew more rapidly in Tulsa County. It's border counties, or in the state of Oklahoma than had been estimated without the rally. Okay, so that pushed that aside? Hillary now pushing to keep schools closed indefinitely. we see you know by the way I'll tell you another thing that's happening. Democratic officials and this is why you're going to see a mass exodus, and it's going to get quicker is going to be a quickening, and it's GonNa happen sooner than later. You're going to see people. Leaving New York and new, Jersey, and Michigan and California, and I would argue Minnesota that have just had it. They're not going to pay the high taxes, democratic. Officials at the state and city level. That use corona virus to shut down their economies for as long as possible are now complaining. They're facing massive budget shortfalls. Well.

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Want be a part of the program. Senator Lindsey Graham with us. Joe Biden giving his speech yesterday on the value of women's contributions to society to a group of donors and high dollar event and Then he quoted quote old Chinese proverb about women, and it was actually authored by chairman mouths as Deng. On you're interested. Senator Mazi Iran. All saying that trump's base is mostly wait made up of white supremacists Lindsey Graham Rosie o'donald, Barbra, streisand every Hillary Clinton all donating massive amounts of money to defeat you. How do you see this election in one hundred and twelve days? WE'RE GONNA kick their ASS I don't think gonNA. Fight of question. Yeah, I really do. I mean Arana's just I. Mean you talk about lift? Feel how many Americans WanNa give illegal immigrants, free healthcare and the criminalize illegal crossing. If you won't. Half the world is show up in American twenty, twenty, one and twenty, twenty two decriminalize coming into the country illegally. And give people free healthcare when it get here. Amnesty right. Yeah, right? How many Americans WANNA lose the healthcare? They have to their employer to make EOS. Happy with Medicare for all trump is right on immigration. He's right on healthcare. He's right on. National Security is right on the monuments Here's what we gotta do. We gotta run through the tape. We need a stimulus package to get some win to the back of the economy here. We need to focus on a vaccine to deal with the virus and we need to make this a choice election. There's no amount of money on God's Green. Earth there's GonNa. Convince South Carolinians to be like California and that's where this money's coming from the my. My race that are doing it, MC SALLY! Susan Collins and I think Donald Trump has been a very good president is perfect by no means but Joe Biden is a front man for the most radical group of people in American political history. He talked about clean energy today. That's fine county in for clean energy, but he forgot to tell you that.

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Right You know you had an email from the CIA. Saying yes Carter page. Used to work with us. He was informed that for us. Well the worker the CIA correct. Yes so the lawyer for the Justice Department changed at said he was not because if the court understood that one of the reasons Carter page met one of the so-called Russian. Is because he was working with the CIA would make sense wanted that meeting actually occurred, so they didn't WanNa give the court the truth because it would undercut the narrative that he was a Russian agent rather than an informative informative with the CIA, so things like that matter, the person who said in the FIS application that the Russian sub source was truthful in cooperative. Whoever that person was. Misled the court. Because the memo regarding the sub sources testimony was devastating that he had undercut the reliability of the document. They knew that and they misled the court, saying truthful in cooperative. They should've told the court. Oh, by the way the guy who created the document just just about it. Well, but there are other warnings that they ignored. There were many warnings there many times. How is this not a in every case premeditated fraud on the court? Well I've had a prosecutor and let me tell you what you have to do. To use the document this unreliable. Knowingly. Misleading the court is their crime. Okay, so the FIS a court review the Department of Justice in the FBI of withholding information from the court. Here's what you have to prove to convict somebody. that. They knew the document was bad and they used it anyway. Now. So, what am I trying to do? I'm trying to explain to the American public. Is it remotely possible that the most high profile case in FBI. And modern history that nobody was told the case fell apart. The dossier was no longer reliable. How could that information? Yeah I'd like to think that they're honest people. The ninety nine percent is I. Call them that we'll tell the truth. I think you're GONNA. Find the more I get into this and the more Durham gets into it that people are not going to take a fall here. the people who knew that the dossier was unreliable. Had A duty not only to their superiors, but to the court informed the court that this document is no longer reliable enough to get a war and without the dossier. They would be no warrant. The FBI the FBI lawyer. This led the court to keep the case alive. Every time they was a stop sign or warning sign they lied and they they pledged to hit. Here's the question. How far up did it go sean. Is it possible that McCabe and Komi who were riding heard on this investigation did not know about the Russian sub source interview that occurred five on five occasions over three months. I think you answered your own question? We'll come back with senator. Lindsey Graham we'll talk about the election in one hundred and twelve days John Solomon wow some blockbuster new developments. He's got a brand new book. Book out with new information. It's called fallout nuclear bribes Russian spies. Washington lies that enrich the Clinton, and Biden dynasties. Yeah, it's released today so simply safe home security is like getting a commercial grade enterprise level security, but for your own home now think about the security fortune. Five hundred companies use now. They need to know. Police are going to be on the scene immediately well. Well. That's exactly the kind of security you get with simply safe. If there's a break in simplisafe uses real video evidence to give police eyewitness account of the crime that means three hundred fifty percent faster than say your conventional system with simply safe..

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"mueller a" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on KOMO

"Encouraged Americans to use face masks. President Trump decided to wear when in public for the first time. I never been against you, but I do believe they have a time and place when you're in a hospital, especially in that particular setting, where you're talking to a lot of Soldiers of people that in some cases just got off the operating table. I think it's a great thing to wear. For months, the president has opted out of wearing a mask. I won't be doing it personally. It's a recommendation now spotted with the face covering while visiting first responders and wounded veterans at Walter Reed Medical Center that visit coming nearly 24 hours after he declared his longtime friend and ally. Roger Stone. A Freeman. Thank you, Mr President. Thank you for giving me the up for thank you for saving my life. Stone was convicted in November on seven felony counts brought against him by special Counsel Robert Mueller, including lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the house investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Roger Stone was brought into this switch on this whole political witchhunt and the Mueller A scam is a scam because it's been proven false and he was treated very unfairly. In a rare move Mueller breaking his silence to defend the investigation and its findings. Writing in the Washington Post, Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. He remains a convicted felon. And rightly so, and to Republican senators are speaking out against

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"mueller a" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

10:10 min | 8 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

"Don't assume that their bed a Guan gone already terrifying. I don't want one. Can you imagine a stone. Cold Stiff Iguana bunk new on the head and then like What a wild thing Florida? There's always something going on in Florida Florida's Chris have you heard that fun trick of like Google. Oh Yeah Florida man and your birthday your birthday. Or let's do it Florida man. What's your birthday August Augustine's is located divulge? Everyone's GonNa horoscope. I guess that's fine Foreman August Twenty Seventh First Article Florida Man Drunk and naked allegedly set house on fire and failed cooking baking it. How is that even real that you can just google that date and that comes out? Naked Man bakes cookies. Not should've done. What gun dog retreats? Just fine would've been just fine. Naked Band bakes cookies. Starts Fire drunken naked While okay okay we gotta so. My birthday is November seventeenth. Your seems pretty mild honestly. Let's see. Wait Florida Man Removes Women's kidney during Baxter's because he thought it was a tumor Nice Hue that makes it sound like it's not a doctor. There's like a man in Florida. was I got a funny feeling about you. Yeah a tumor back. That shouldn't be there. Let me take a wack at it. The the cost. That's terrified Florida and tried to steal machine from apartment complex so the bad. Oh this is funny actually. I wish I should try to dig out for future podcasts. But it turns out my phone number is like a digit off from some random apartments. Like vinnie machine call number so it's slowed down but once a year. Maybe I'm good for a call. That's like a voicemail. It's like hey were you took my dollar. I AH press the button are tried to get cheetos and it took my dollar call back. One of that was like one of the year. That's amazing. I've never because I so often ignored. If you come ring my doorbell like today said come over at this time. So we'd he's he's walking but yeah I mean if I rinsed robot and it's not I haven't like said Komo am not scared fake like number you don't recognize not answering. No Oh chance so. I wish I'd catch at one time. But that is great vending machine maintenance man. Yeah that's exciting for you. That's funny that's a funny one. Also real quick fallen iguanas. That's the issue. An alert like head separate. Actually what are the line. Yeah what are the other reptiles doing because they're all called butted the alligator's having to go through where they at. What about to the other reptile? I was GONNA say Komodo dragons I was like. I don't think they live there Eh. Goes doing little GECKOS. We got a lizards Liz. And that's it. That's all of them. That is all for salamanders remainders. Oh yeah yeah they're kinda slippery FIBS reptiles no one likes the yellow dude rod leg I was thinking about those are good the the other day the idea of a tadpole I think they deserve way more credit. A tadpole is a half frog they morph. That's crazy it. Is this caterpillars and tadpoles. They change what they are. That's like a human. You just Kinda get bigger. Yeah you get bigger and but yeah how how they go to cocoon. Greens like now the report. Like a transformer of nature. Yeah Yeah that's my big thing. I think they deserve way. More credit guys for them to bear meat right. It's GONNA trending. I don't know where that came from. Honest I guess that's pretty crazy. That's a funny funny news article on how you thought it was crazy okay This one is even read Arkell at all because the headline it's really enjoyed Struggling Church asks aging aging congregation to quote. Stay away in hopes of attracting young families that Soda could quoted. Stay away stay. This week's news bulletin. Do not come back stay away. They tried to tell the old people all right. So we're going to take a few weeks off. We'll see you guys back in March okay guys connect. Hey we're going to be next so all you got to keep reminding their shoulder forgetting that keep coming. Yeah members of the congregation at a Methodist Church in cottage grove or upset that their churches ask them to stay away for two years so might appeal to younger people. Oh so it's kind of like a hiatus here's years is like they won't even be alive by them really rolling the dice with their membership numbers. Two years current members who are mostly over six six years old. We'll be asked to worship somewhere else. It's amazing to do. They actually think that's going to work. That that's not GONNA burn every bridge with every person over sixty. No they'll come back. We'll just tell them to stop coming here for two years. Because because there's so freaking old you've churches kicking out geriatrics. They'll come back. Yeah it's not GonNa work on the younger people to well we we have a really You know I liked visiting whenever riverdale methodist kind of a younger crowd. Oh well that's because they kicked out of the people what's up. Oh yeah they kicked him out. That's of Minnesota. I Dunno I forget if the tour is gonNA Minnesota. I'd love to pop by this church. Like Hey Mike guys were here. My GRANDPA's would be like get out. Here it is. There's the idea like older people are getting fake. ID's to make it seem like fifty years old. I'm good I'm good yeah. Older man brings like three women with him girls with me roll under say. Come on come back to college right. He's a fake. Id to get into church to be young enough sir. Doc I saw you take that van from the assistant living home. Yes I saw you shuttle here Sir I saw I was watching you down the block. You ditched your Kane. You know so in the side of the curb and I know you're GONNA get over. You can't walk on your own. Do the Sir you're going to scare off the youngins. That's good stuff Lapsley speaking of Infineon's I hope I'm right isn't great. We learn all this stuff so I can name you twentieth when I was six. I I can name turtle and Vivian. Think so I don't know I don't know what's Nice between reptile and in Fabian family. Family Cleans House finds pet tortoise missing since nineteen ninety-two Whoa. They were sad to lose their red footed tortoise in the eighties The true fate of their loss pet remain a mystery for thirty years until the father passed away in the children cleaned out the cluttered storage room. While clean up the house neighbor asked confusing tend to get rid of the tortoise. You imagine helping out there. Hey man you want this start. You want this tortoise you wouldn't be like holy crap. There's a tortoise you down Oh this you want to tell us out or you keep it. What are they stay ago goodwill expect that he might have survived on termites win win? You found your turtle and you haven't had termites. Yeah Thirty Years Lynn. Wow that's that's a whole `nother level of gross. Let's clean this place Salman others. There's a whole living family of turtles back here feeding on termites. Yeah got some good news. It's a bad news. I think the resale value and how high is structural integrity especially the wood looks really great. Bad News is because your turtles been eating them for years. He's been a lot. This whole time quote. I put the trash bag on the floor and the neighbor just worn me quote. You gotTA throw the turtle to at that moment. I could not believe it the last time and it's weird to think okay. Let's say we go back to nineteen eighty two. You're a family of four or whatever one day your turtles not in the cage So you just sumo boom. Oh It's somewhere in the house. Just move move quick. He probably unlocked the door and ran out found a better life. Now what did they think happened to it. That's a great point. Uh Well He'll turn up twenty twenty two. I told you I you know it was. That's a classic Mars this it'll turn up see look see I told you there's there's shelly turtle name. Yeah that was pretty shelley. Nice these are funny. Do I like when you read the news. Keep reading this stuff. We know Mueller's first name but we know about this That's all I got for now. So well well. The Sky Kid runs into traffic to rescue CATHRO. Did you see the Dante West stuff. Oh Yeah I kind of didn't want to watch the videos because everything was on. Twitter is like this is so sad right Dante so I didn't actually watch. I won't be sad system getting in a in a brawl on the freeway but yeah let's say West former NBA a pretty solid NBA player. I saw he made like over fifteen million dollars. Ten seasons and Apparently he's unwell and like mentally ill and running around but he was just found on the freeway fighting. Some guy just looked really rough. Yeah it's too bad it's tough probably for the NBA to try figure out. Like how much do we step in like. How much do we like play a role and like former players mental health? Yeah crazy someone could end up like that. I don't know it's terrifying. Yeah Yeah who knows. I've never met Allante myself so don't really know what's a you gotTA. You gotta read this every now that you've got throw tortoise story in the news get a little smile on your face found attornal dude anytime you want to talk to her since I'm down. Yeah Tortoises Bear Meat Bachelor. Yeah the big three the bra the Bunk Ed Bridal Bear Meat Bachelor boys there. It is signing off.

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Latest

The Latest

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Latest

"It started with a whistle blowers complain about President. Trump's contact with a foreign leader had a perfect phone call with the president of Ukraine. Like I mean perfect today. I'm asking our chairman to proceed with the articles of impeachment. You need to call balls and strikes rottweiler interrupting the one of his. You're you're you're Kushner openness can get. Harder is building mike the Donor on. It's Julie Davis in the Washington Bureau of the New York Times today. The House Judiciary Committee took the next step in building an impeachment case against Donald Trump as they work torch drafting articles of impeachment. They heard from attorneys. Who Work for the to? Congressional committee is leading this charge. We will hear thirty minute opening arguments from councils for the majority and minority already of this committee lawyers from the Judiciary Committee which has been thinking about impeachment for months. Then we will hear a forty five minute presentations of evidence for majority and minority council counsel for the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and from the intelligence committee which wrapped up. Its work last week investigating this Ukraine matter their recapping for or the Judiciary Committee. Everything that's come out of the hearing so far so the committee can figure out if they can translate that into actual articles of impeachment. And if so what they should say burke is recognized continuous burke has the floor. Thank you Mr Chairman ranking member Collins and all the members there is Berry Burqa. The lawyer. WHO's been working with judiciary since February to investigate whether trump abused his power and obstructed justice? He started with this anecdote about his young son as as a way to boil this whole investigation down before I had the great honor of being a council for this committee. My young son asked me a question he said Dad. Does the president have to be a good person like many questions by young children. It had a certain clarity but it was hard to answer I said son. It is not a requirement that the president be a good person but that is the hope. It is a requirement that the president be a person who does not abuse his power. And if you're discussing this with a kid. The simplest explanation is that the president can be a bad guy. That's not what this is about Burke says but he can't be corrupt person somebody putting his own interests ahead of the country's interests it is a requirement that the president not be a person who acts as though he is above the law in putting his personal and political interests above the nation's interest that is the lesson of the constitution that is the lesson of the founders and and then the committee also heard from Daniel Goldman who's the democratic lawyer on the House Intelligence Committee which has been investigating the Ukraine affair. Goldman you maybe give thank you MR chairman. And he has sort of the line of the day about how the president's ongoing efforts to get a foreign countries help in his re-election effort amounted to what he calls a a clear and present danger to our free and fair elections and to our national security. That's just the way you can put that. The overwhelming evidence of this scheme is described in detail in nearly three hundred page document entitled the trump Ukraine impeachment inquiry report formerly transmitted from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence to this committee a few days ago but the latest and the thing that jumped out at me. What didn't come up much at this? Hearing which gives us a clue who about what's coming next. There's been this behind the scenes debate among Democrats over how broad to make the articles of impeachment. Stick to the Ukraine. Stuff or broaden broaden it out to include whether the president obstructed justice when he tried to shut down Bob Muller's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election. The Mullahs report laid out. All these instances of potential obstruction. Some of them pretty clear cut and the question for Democrats now is as long as we're going down the road of impeachment and do we pick up where muller left off or jettison all that work and just focus on Ukraine the integrity of our next elections at stake. Nothing could could be more urgent and got a big clue here that it'll be the ladder. Yes there were some mention of Russian interference broad allusions to it both burke and Jerry Nadler the judiciary committee chairman said there's a pattern here of the president actively seeking help in elections the president welcomed into foreign interference in our elections in two two thousand sixteen. He demanded for two thousand twenty then he got caught. This pattern of conduct represents a continuing risk risk to the country but it seems to be there for context not as the predicate for bringing a separate actual article of impeachment on obstruction of justice and now it may still figure into the articles of impeachment in some way maybe rolled into a charge about obstruction of congressional investigations including the Ukraine Ukraine. Matter but right now given the testimony we heard today about Berry Burk telling his son. President can't abuse his power about the danger to our elections About the danger to national security it seems like Democrats are going to keep impeachment tightly focused as many of their more. Moderate members are asking them to uh so. That's the latest from Washington next. The House Judiciary Committee will propose its articles of impeachment and reconvene as early as Wednesday to debate and vote to send them to the full House..

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"mueller a" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"mueller a" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"So to be clear. Mr Trump has no financial relationships with any Russian oligarchs got. That's what he said. That's what that's obviously with. Our position is. I'm not aware all any of those activities. I I have been called a surrogate time material and that campaign and I didn't have not have communications with the Russians to get involved with Putin have nothing to do with Putin. I've never spoken open to him. I don't know anything about him other than he will respect me Russia. If you're listening I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails emails that are missing so it is political your communist know Mr Green Communism is just a red herring all members of the oldest profession capitalist hello and welcome to Miller she wrote and our special coverage of the redacted report. I'm your host. Ag and with me as always always jealous Johnson and Jordan Coburn new. Hey guys doing good good good sweet. Yes all right today. We're GONNA cover volume two sections. I and J pages just one hundred thirteen to one thirty three suppository. Okay welcome back so section I covers trump ordering mcgann to deny that he tried to fire Mueller Muller and section Jay is about trump's conduct toward Flynn manafort and a redacted name which I believe to be Roger Stone because it's redacted for harm to an ongoing matter and stones trial doesn't begin until November member fifth and right now we're in the September twelfth timeframe of twenty nineteen so just so you know when you're listening twenty years from now and when we're on some MSNBC documentary you have have the dates yes. We're two months away from his trial. Yes so let's kick this off with the evidence that trump directed mcgann to lie about his attempts to fire Mueller with section I I of the evidence on page one thirteen beginning with the press reporting that you know trump tried to fire the special counsel that subsection one and on January twenty fifth twenty eighteen the New York Times reported that in June twenty seventeen the president ordered mcgann to have the Department of Justice Fire Muller according to the article quote amid mid the first wave of news media reports that Mr Mueller was examining the possible obstruction case the president began to argue that Mr Mueller had three conflicts of interest that disqualified him from overseeing the investigation Shen unquote the article further reported that after receiving the president's order to fire Mr Muller White House Counsel Don mcgann refused to ask the Justice Department to dismiss the special council saying he would quit instead the article stated that the president ultimately back down after the White House counsel threatened to resign rather than carry out the directive and trump dismissed that dot news as fake then that's one way to put it trump dismissal. I Love Muller. He's like I take your question. Trump said it was fake. The next day the Washington Post reported on the same stuff but they added that mcgann had not told the president directly that he intended to resign rather than carry out the directive to have special counsel terminated aided in that respect the post story clarified the time story which could be read to suggest that mcgann had told the president of his intention to quit causing the president to back down from the order to have special counsel fired tired so those are the two conflicting stories from times in the post onto subsection to about trump trying to have mcgann publicly dispute the press reports both of them on January twenty sixth two thousand eighteen the president's personal lawyer called mcgann's attorney and said that the president wanted mcgann to put out a statement denying he had been asked to fire Mueller and that he threatened to quit in protest mcgann's attorney spoke to mcgann and then called trump's lawyer back to say he wasn't going to do that because the time story was accurate why God Hicks Hicks recalled telling trump that one of his attorneys at spoken to mcgann's attorney about the issue so hope picks back that up that you know they've spoken about the reporting and mcgann told her the article was was accurate and he was going to refute it so now we've got a couple of people saying that mcgann said the New York Times article was correct the following week previous appeared on meet the press and said he didn't recall trump overseeing he wanted to fire Mueller trump called him up and told him good job and then I never said any of those things about special counsel on February Fifth Breath Twenty eighteen trump complained about the times article to Rob Porter saying the article was bullshit. trump said that mcgann it says that in the report Bullshit that's not my a little flair trump said that mcgann leaked to the media to make himself look good the president then directed porter to tell mcgann to create a record to make it clear that the president never directed mcgann onto fire the special counsel porter thought the matter should be handled by the White House Communications Office. The president said he wanted mcgann to write a letter to the file for our records and end wanted something beyond a press statement to demonstrate that the reporting was inaccurate. President referred to mcgann is a lying bastard and said that he wanted a record from him reporter recalled trump saying something to the effect if he doesn't write the letter. Maybe I have to let him go. Oh my God at this point in the report of course it's been confirmed he one hundred hundred percent asked him again to fire Mueller yes but he didn't use the word fire and we'll get into that the next day February sixth Kelly scheduled time from again to meet with him and the President in the Oval Office to discuss the Times Article the morning of the meeting. The president's personal council called mcgann's attorney said the president was going to be speaking with mcgann mcgann could did not resign no matter what happened in the meeting weird and then the president began the Oval Office meeting by telling mcgann That The New York Times story didn't look good now that it was fake. It just didn't look like I'm not a frigging reported. Take it up with them and mcgann needed to corrected mcgann called the recall. The president said I never said to fire Mueller. Yeah I never said fire. The story doesn't look good. You need to correct this. You're the White House counsel and in response mcgann acknowledged that he had not told trump directly that he planned to resign but that the story was otherwise accurate so now mcgann is refuting the New York Times report that he told trump directly he was going to resign but he didn't tell him that directly the president but the president did say a have his lawyer Com against no matter what he can't resigned during this meeting so the president asked me again. Did I say the word fire and mcgann responded. What you said was call? Rod Rosenstein Tell Rod that Muller has conflicts and can't be special counsel. The president responded. I never said that trump said he merely wanted began began to raise the conflicts issues with Rosenstein. Leave it to him to decide what to do. mcgann told the president he did not understand the conversation that way and instead he heard call Rod. There's conflicts conflicts muller has to go the president asked mcgann whether he would do a correction and mcgann said no thought the president was testing his medal to see how you know committed mcgann was has to what happened Kelly described the meeting as a little tents. Oh yeah there's a little tense. The president also asked mcgann sorry I just just had a little tense view of my head. You know how to pitch a tent. All like camping is intensely yeah that kind of cute little the president also asked him why he told Muller's team that the president had told him to have the special counsel removed mcgann responded he had two and that his conversations the president were not protected by attorney client privilege the president then asked what about these notes. Why do you take notes lawyers? Don't take notes. I've never had a lawyer who took notes. Let's Shady Shadier. Fuck voice recordings in McGee. Totally mcgann responded that he keeps notes because he's a real lawyer explained that notes create a record and they're not a bad thing. The President President then said I've got a lot of great lawyers Roy Cohn he didn't take notes and he was totally disbarred. After after the Oval Office meeting concluded Kelly recalled called mcgann telling him that he and trump did have that conversation mcgann recalled that Kelly's he said that he pointed out to that to the president after the Oval Office that mcgann had hadn't backed down and would not budge following the meeting and trump's lawyer then right after the meeting called mcgann's lawyer trump's lawyer called mcgann's lawyer and related the president was fine uh-huh with mcgann so that is sort of the the evidence about this whole creating a false document you know pressuring mcgann and mcgann Dan was going to quit and but apparently what he's establishing here is that mcgann didn't directly tell the president he was going to resign because of this the president knew and I think we'll find that out out when we go over the analysis of the evidence as soon as we're back from a quick word from our sponsor whether you're getting ready to move spring cleaning or Marie Condo in your life which I'm doing because summer is now over Europe probably a lot like me. 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"mueller a" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Shapiro. Go check it out right now okay so the Democrats are sort of stuck between Iraq and a heart place. You spend two years telling your voters. The president trump will be ridden outta town on a rail because muller you're more shows up and it turns out that he is not solid it turns out that he is wavering it turns out that he doesn't know his own report. A Demo Republicans were basically able to establish that he was not familiar with his own stuff which means that it kind of felt like this was politically motivated and we're about have to find out in the next month whether this investigation was properly initiated and conducted Inspector General of the D._O._J.. Michael Horowitz is about to bring out a report about the beginnings of the trump Russia investigation. I'm sure that will be fascinating. Stuff is reported certainly on the Hillary investigation and was fascinating reading and pretty damning for a lot of the folks involved in all of this well Democrats are not going to let go of this and that includes the people who are most closely tied to it so Andrew McCabe who was fired from the F._B._i.. For lying to the F._B._I.. He lost his pension over it and that was because he lied to the F._B._i.. About whether he had spoken to the press with the permission of James Komi About Hillary Clinton's investigation well now Andrew McCabe is back on television suggesting it's time for Congress to pursue impeachment based on what he really can't explain not based on anything Muller said that we didn't already know for sure from my own experience at the very beginnings of this investigation we confronted some very hard choices choices that we knew would have negative repercussions on our organization on US personally and we made those choices anyway because it was our job and our duty to do so <hes> I feel strongly that that's the same position Congress's in now and they should step up to the plate and do their job. It doesn't mean that the president will be removed from office or should be removed for off from office or we'll be impeached but it is absolutely clear to me that the time has come for Congress to pursue a dedicated impeachment inquiry. This is becoming a talking point. People who are very invested in this thing are not going to let it go. It's good for trump because he can point to them. You can say listen you petty jerks. There's a full investigation. There is no recommendation of Prosecution Muller himself would not even answer whether he would prosecute me. Why in the world are we still still doing this routine? If you don't like me so much you can beat me at the ballot box by the way trump is beatable if we're all the talk about the Democrats being cast which is true right now. Trump is underwater in Ohio by four percentage points according to variables including morning consoles. He's he's underwater in Iowa now. He could still win those states. He's expected to win those states in fact against Democrat those just as popularity ratings still trump is vulnerable and yet democrats don't seem to want to run against trump. They seem to want to impeach him or at least talk about impeaching him for the purposes of smearing him as a Russian catspaw. Even though that all fell apart the other folks who were invested in this members of the media deeply invested C._N._n.. Everyday Breaking News Wolf Blitzer. We have a brand new piece of news. I work out every day and unfortunately the gym that I attend very often as C._N._N.. On and so I'm well aware of the chirons that C._N._N.. Runs every single day and the chirons for two years were about breaking news bombshell report trump's presidency over the Russia scandal explodes and then it turns out that the thing is a complete waste of time pretty much and C._N._N.. Ain't GonNa let that go because it makes them. Look bad so here on C._N._N.. Or folks yesterday trying to say listen listen listen just because Bob Muller appeared to be old and dithering doesn't mean that the underlying content isn't important guys. You're building this up because you thought that Bob Muller I was GONNA walk in like Tom Cruise in the top gun trailer and just own it and that is not the way this worked here is C._N._N...

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"The typical opening statement at a at a hearing is five minutes long he gave us nine minutes. So he gave us a double sized statement. And if he came and had read that exact same statement in front of the House Judiciary committee, what would thereafter, follow would be five hours of ten dentures, who shot John questions that would in each instance, say, well, I have him say, well, as I said, on page twenty seven the report or as we said on four sixty three or that's not in the report. So I'm not going to address it. So he did the really interesting and important performance stuff already. And so I'm even let I, I wasn't persuaded that he needed to come in the first instances, I've said, but he pretty much said, look, and here's here, you can use this for me, the other part of this is that is. Is kind of interesting is that I want to kind of take this to slightly high level. We have been debating in on this blog, and in these podcasts for three years, the extent to which Trump's norm destroying behavior generates on norm, destroying behavior by his opponents and whether or not we should be resisting that we've talked about that in terms of leaking from inside the intelligence community and things like that. I think that Robert Mueller in this regard has done us a service by saying, I am not going to be a norm breaker. I'm a prosecutor. I got the prosecutor's job. I didn't even do a counterintelligence investigation. We hive that off somebody else to that. So my job was criminal law and criminal law, only and I didn't even make a public report. I gave it to the attorney general, and he decided to make it public. So it's on him. So he's pretty much saying in, in, in a very direct way. Way, don't ask people to do jobs that they're not supposed to do like help you do impeachment. I agree that he's pretty much saying to congress cavalry coming, because my job isn't to be the cavalry on the infantry over here, and we're holding the ground you go off, and do the rest of the war yourselves. So I think both in try he sort of tried to answer congress in in his talk today. And by not going any further. He's, he's staking out ground that says normal behavior in America does not have prosecutors doing what can start. It said David Nancy policy has already sort of weighed in by, you know, thinking Robert Muller for his patriotism. And, you know, basically saying we're gonna keep keep on keeping on and sort of continues to be quite hesitant about pursuing impeachments, you know, to the extent that Muller has properly now dumped this in Congress's lap. You know what should they do? Right. Ben just mentioned that. Well, maybe they should be focused on child separation and all of these other various potentially quite politically salient issues based on what the mullahs report actually says about what happened and about what the president did. What do you think sort of the obligation of congress is at this point? Wow. I would like to slightly avoid that question and just sort of described a little bit. What I think is going on and where I'm a little uncertain about what she is doing as opposed to what maybe she should be doing. I think the Democrats have a fundamental struggle right now which is sort of whether the plate of the base plate at all. And I think, whether in how they take on these Muller findings and run with them, either in the direction of impeachment during peach mint hearings, or in some other way is a subsumed under that rotter political calculus about whether the go to the base of the middle mother, I think, you know, Harvard people placed in Muller, a lot of their hopes and dreams that his political opponents of President Trump. They were hoping he would indict if the good indict, they were hoping he would at least make findings of guilt in its they couldn't make. Findings of guilt. They were hoping he would at least unearth really, really exciting new facts. And if he couldn't do that, at least that he would full it together. In an extremely compelling narrative that was as exciting as compelling as speaking indictments on the IRA in the GRU and Muller really didn't do any of those things..

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"mueller a" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"mueller a" Discussed on The Frame

"From the broadcast center. Ed, K P C C. This is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show. There's a podcast called baller. She wrote and the creators experienced a little serendipity yesterday. Then Michelle Williams plays Gwen Verdon in Fossey Verdon the series looks at the dancers troubled relationship with choreographer Bob Fosse. He would say that everything looked good on her that he couldn't tell if steps were good or bad because she made it all of his moves sing. And she would say about him. I know how to speak his language. I can I can hear what he's thinking. So that kinship didn't create the happiest marriage, but it did create the happiest creative interaction of either their lives all that coming up on the frame. Muller? She wrote has been a weekly podcast since two thousand seventeen examining the developments in the investigation by Robert Muller into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election episodes are occasionally taped before a live audience and one was scheduled for last night at Largo here in Los Angeles, and then serendipity struck when it was announced that the mole report would be released that same day, the podcast hosts are stand up comedians, Jellison Johnson, Jordan, Coburn and a woman who only goes by her initials, and now please welcome the host of more. She wrote. He g won't reveal her full name because she's a federal employee whose prohibited by law from participating in partisan political activities, I was in the audience for last night's taping. And then spoke with Jordan, Coburn and AG afterward. And I began by asking AG how the timing of the mole report changed her show last night. It literally changed like twenty minutes before we got here because we've had the same structure for live shows that we've been doing for all two of our previous life show, so far I was like we can't just act like it's a normal day. You guys we have a really great show planned for you that we just scrapped, and we were probably gonna go right off the cuff or this called going and cold. But we hope you enjoy it. We're going to do some sabotage. We're gonna do some fantasy indictment league. Because you we normally keep it a little bit more light hearted and fun and have some games involved. You know in the live show. We'd like a quiz section on our news stories. But yeah, we had to switch it last minute. You go by the initials AG, and for people who don't understand does does that have something to do with the hatch act, and why are your initials in the hatch act in some way connected for people who don't understand what the hatch act is. I'm going out of my way extra to not violate the hatch act because I work for Trump's executive branch. And so the hatch act basically says that you you can't use your agency or title as federal government employees to advocate for or against a somebody running for political office. And we know Trump's been running since the day he got into office because that's his moneymaker. I take a step further. I could use my name. I just want to keep it all out of it. And I want to keep a nice giant crowbar separation between what I do at night and on the weekends. And what I do during the day. What do you think your work, and your background give you in terms of understanding issues that other people might not have working in the government? And I think you're veterans that right, right? What does that perspective? Give you how understanding how absolutely slow the government roles. It's just so Celo and people right now they want answers now. And they, you know, they just don't understand why things take so long, and I hope that I can lend some explanation as to why they do and that it's actually that way for a purpose. When the report came out did you say to yourself? That's it for the podcast because I mean, obviously, the title of the podcast is Muller. She wrote and Miller has written. I'm not sure really because I I don't feel that I'd dictate where this show goes. I think the listeners dictate whether or not the show keeps happening, but you know, personally, we've got twenty offspring investigations from this. That are still open an ongoing we've got the stone trial that doesn't start till November. We've got bijon key on July. We'll keep covering it. If people keep needing us. To cover it. Yeah. I think we know that there's a lot to be covered and could go on for a very long time. But my fear, I guess was that people would take bars four-page summary and think that that means shops closing up, and that's all there's to be seen. But I don't think that's how our fans are. And I think we have a lot more to do. Everyone was like, oh, they're done. No further indictments. And then boom, Greg Craig it's dieted yet. Mr. first name since right? One indictment bridge. Name. Yeah. What you that's the real crime who first name. What do you think it is that you give listeners that maybe they can't find some other place? I think we remove the talking angry heads that a lot of people get tired of. But mostly the whole mission of this was to keep people interested in keep people engaged and to keep it simple. And to to take these traumatic and important events in spin them into humor, it it kind of helps us get through it. It's kind of like if you don't laugh, you'll cry and fans say that we were curatorial journalists and everything that we do we always provide context as well. So it's it's like very as a huge story, obviously and everything fits in a time line. And I think we do a good job of reminding everyone the the importance of each news bid that comes up and keep it rolling in a way that's easy to digest. And yet in a very recent episode of your podcast, you said,

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"mueller a" Discussed on FT News

FT News

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"mueller a" Discussed on FT News

"Hello from the newsroom of the financial times in New York. I'm Lila rap topless. After nearly two years of investigation thousands of subpoenas hundreds of warrants and witness interviews, the special counsel confirmed that the Russian government sponsored efforts to a legally interfere with the two thousand sixteen presidential election. But did not find that the Trump campaign or other Americans colluded in those efforts, that's US attorney general William bar on Thursday. He released a redacted version of the long anticipated report from US special counsel, Robert Muller, the FTC managing editor Peter Spiegel talks with F T U S national editor Ed loose about Melissa's findings, and they'll dive into everything from what counts is obstruction to what the report means for Democrats in two thousand twenty. So Ed if you can't couple sentences you've been covering politics for longer than we'd like to admit, what do you think of the significance of this report that came out today? I think it's a hugely significant. This not really been quite such build up to any report. And this is a town of pretty hyped up new cycles. Washington DC does not really been quite such a build up that I can imagine no quite such spilling in advance. William by the tardy general at indicated that this essentially exonerates Trump of collusion with Russia and obstruction of Justice and details in the report provide very different conclusions. So this is highly contentious, it's not the end of the Mueller investigation. It's really m we're really now in the of it in congress is going to pick it up. So it the temperatures just gonna keep rising in my opinion. Let me take those two separate bits of their port and divided up. Because you mentioned the two main ports actually two separate volumes of this four hundred fifty page report one on the quote, unquote, collusion with Russia and the other one on structure of Justice start with with. Russia investigation because as you said it interesting in that, although the central prosecutor could not find evidence of collusion. It's pretty the Russians were trying to help Trump. And it's pretty clear that Trump people were happy to get the help from the Russians. What was your your take on on that bit of the report? Yeah, I mean from the very best page of volume one the buddy that deals with conspiracy. It says Russians attempt to influence the twenty sixteen election was sweeping and systematic. But it also says that the special counsel found extensive contact between the Trump campaign members of the Trump campaign and the Russian government eight concludes, and this is the piece that has been very much picked up on by William Byron others. It concludes insufficient evidence of criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. But that's that's slightly different to how attorney general boss on it. Which was that? He was completely let off the hook of that child. Judge the details that this sort of I two hundred page volume of the mother of pool provides show what instead of commonsense use of the word canoe Zhan ole coordination a lot of evidence across the campaign. People weren't for Trump people related to Trump and Trump himself coordinating the dump of hacked emails with WikiLeaks and cooling upon Russian intelligence offices, the GRU at cetera to conduct the hacking up ration-. So either the headline is Trump's of the hook details that very very different to what the headline would suggest. When I was struck by the bit on WikiLeaks where they do talk about Trump himself getting briefed almost on a regular basis about wanting to know win. The dumps were coming what the communication strategy was going to be it's redacted. We assume as probably Roger stone is the man he's working with because we know in a simple criminal case that stone has been worked was working closely with WikiLeaks. I mean, it's pretty remarkable that a campaign was working that assiduously to get material that essentially being provided for by foreign government. This is what's extraordinary about the report, we often spa news news reports. The dramatic headline is not supported by the content. This is kind of the opposite. Dramatic headline is very much belied by the dramatic content. You have a foreign government that according to the report is offering to help the Trump campaign and actually helping the Trump campaign and the Trump campaign from the nominee downwards is reaching out. Sistani an I in a really sort of deep pattern of extensive contacts with thinly disguised proxies for the Russian government to to coordinate the release if this information damaging to the Clinton campaign. So he he's marched us up to the top of the hill, Robert mala, and I get surprised to say now much down. Again, what he's when he reached the top of the hill is congress over to you here hair or a lot of leads. Here is a lot of evidence. There is no criminally. So the provable case here, but there's a lot of things to work on. And that's essentially what he's saying in this report. And the Democrats have already today said that they would they would pick up the cudgel. And it's interesting as we go to the to the second the second volume, which is on the truck in of Justice. It's almost the same thing there. It is there is not necessarily a legal provable case. But the only reason he. Doesn't pursue it is because of legal technicalities. He makes very very clear in obstruction of Justice section that this is a matter. The belongs properly to the first branch of government in a very sort of passed through detailed reading of legal precedent, and the constitutional precedent there. He says this is Congress's determination. But it is criminally prosecute. There is a scene in the Oval Office where Trump us expletive and says this is the end of my presidency. And this struck me as not only a great bit of drama, but for all the public bravado that Donald Trump and said, you know, there's never been any collusion's been any nothing the minute. He finds out the MO has been appointed. He thinks it's all over, and it's really a striking public or private dichotomy there. And it's funny because mother is writing about what Trump said about Malas appointment. There's a funny tone toward of this of detachment Ma Benz over backwards in this case, many others to say doesn't -sarily beyond old. Doubt proved groped intent in this case, obstruction of Justice that he wanted to find I think for most ordinary people and probably a jury of what they used to cold twelve good men in drew saying my presence. He is finished as evidence that Trump thought mono- would uncover collusion. Some some kind of criminal behavior of the Trump campaign will let me wrap this up is this good for the Democrats are bad for the Democrats because there's been been an argument, particularly some of the presidential candidates who have said, look, we don't focus on Muller. We wanna focus on Trump Russia. We wanna focus on jobs. We want to focus on healthcare. We wanna focus on things that people talk about on the campaign trail. Yes, I think probably the most experienced operates in Washington is Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house and she's being resisting pressure to start impeachment proceedings against the president because she understands that the public in very subtle Indians at pretty evenly split on this the most people in outside of. Shington have very little interest in this in the democratic presidential candidates. Find good very few questions have anything to do with Russia or matter there about you know. Kitchen table issues as they say and Pelosi knows this I fear. Job of holding back holding back with pressure. Resisting the pressure is gonna be more difficult now because this is not what William bas summarized it to be which was essentially an across the board. Exoneration of trumpets from that. And therefore, the heckles gonna be gonna be rising on the left. Understandably and up is gonna be a lot tougher than it was two days ago will Ed thank you very much. I know it's been a long day for you. But thanks for joining us on the podcast tonight. Thanks beta. That was the F tease. Peter Spiegel talking with Ed loose. You can read much more on the Miller report at FD dot com. Thanks for listening.

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"mueller a" Discussed on FT News

FT News

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"mueller a" Discussed on FT News

"We live in the area of disruption with entire industries in a state of change. Join host Walter Isaacson as he discovers the fascinating stories of some of the world's biggest trailblazers is the federal fence to launch a rocket on the space. I mean, we're talking to hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine and five years in prison from virtual reality to robotics Formula, one and farming trailblazers from Dell technologies the unexpected stories of digital disruption. Listen now from wherever you get your podcasts. Hello from the Newseum of the financial times in London. I'm Josh naval. Robert Miller is thought to be near the end of his investigation into attempted Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential elections Kadam Chaba discusses what to expect with the F. Jeff dyer. So welcome Kadam. We've grabbed ketamine is usually based in DC, but he's passing through London the moments. We grabbed him to pick his brains and all to do with the Russian vista Gatien. Ketamine have been reports in the last week that Robert Mueller the special counsel looking into plenty of links between the Trump campaign twenty sixteen in Russia that he's about to finish his investigation. What does that actually mean? What does it mean to say that he's going to finish the investigation or we're going to get the report sometime very soon? Well, he began Anna's work in may twenty seventeen. So we're coming up to the two year Mark this year when he finishes his investigation when he's decided that there are no more indictments. He wants to bring when he decided the investigatory work that he's doing his completed then he will file a report to the attorney general. And we assume there will be some announcement that Mr. molars finished his work, the probe is completed. And then the question becomes whether. We're going to get to see that report. So you took us through the actual process. What then happens the report when it goes from Miller's office to the attorney general. So this is going to be the big bone of contention in the coming months mobile file report to the attorney general who is William bar. He's was recently confirmed to the position at his Senate confirmation hearings. He shifted the ground quite remarkably previously. Everyone had assumed an expected that we're gonna get to see the report that Moore writes, he pointed out that regulations governing Muller's work, call his report, a, quote, unquote, confidential document, and so Mr. bar has said I will get polars report that report is going to be confidential and I will do my own summary of the airport, which I will give to congress in the public. That's going to be the thing that folks are battling over in the months. Democrats have said they will subpoena millers report, they'll do everything in their power to make it public Mr. bars being quite clear that he considered it become. Dential the other thing that we don't have a good sense of at the moment is what Muller's report actually looks like. So you mentioned the Democrats are going to do what they can get this report into public. The Democrats do not control the house of representatives of what tools do they have to take anything that moolah reveals and put it into the public domain how much power do they actually have no was primarily two things. One is that they can subpoena the documents and the DOJ resists, and that will ultimately go to court, and a judge will decide whether the documents have to be turned over or not the other thing they can do is demand that Muller himself or prosecutors on his team come and testify for the house, and they can also subpoena those individuals, and again, if there's resistance to that, and it will go to court, I think it's quite likely. We'll see Muller call testify, and I can't imagine why there'd be objections that question is what he would say what he would reveal. I mean, there's an expectation that Mr. Mueller throughout his career has not been someone who is prone to. Divulge incomes and tons of gossip information, he's a very by the book kind of guy he's brought several indictments. And what we may see him do say, well, I brought in diamonds where I thought it was appropriate to do. So and I didn't bring diamonds where I didn't feel as appropriate, and it wouldn't be right for me to start criticizing people for stuff that I didn't charge them for some of our listeners might remember back in the Clinton presence say the report by Ken Starr, which was a very long and at times, extremely lurid document detailing goings on in the Oval Office when Bill Clinton was president. Should we expect something some though this time or is it going to be very different? I think if anything we should expect the exact opposite of that the regulations Muller works under were introduced in nineteen ninety nine as a direct reaction to the independent counsel investigations that had gone on before William bar said at his Senate hearings at you know, steal J palsy, not to criticize people I thought that you don't charge them for rod Rosenstein at a conference. From Washington this week made the same point, which is the DOJ shouldn't be criticizing people. If they're not going to charge them for that conduct. I'm particularly after the two thousand sixteen election where you had famously or infamously James Komi to former FBI director when he gave conference announcing that he wouldn't bring charges against Hillary Clinton. He also criticized the way she handled her emails, and there's no total agreement amongst DJ and former DOJ folks in Washington that that was the wrong thing to do. I think what you're going to see here is if Muller hasn't charged someone it's likely that we're not gonna see a lot of

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"mueller a" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"mueller a" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Mueller and his band of Mary prankster's. Did it they pushed Trump to the point where he couldn't come back from it? He can't fight back anymore. And he folded Chris on WABC line nine. Do you think Trump folded on these three issues? Oh, absolutely. And it has always telling you screeners, sadly savage. I'm sad. But I'm not surprised. I mean just need do the same thing earlier this year when he gave Schumer all that money to build the train going nowhere. Well, then why is the king of talk radio not talking about it? Why did king Faruk it up and mislead somebody listeners today and make you think it's all about Republicans versus Democrats all over again. That's what I would like to know. Because while I was happy when he won. I think he would the cynical New York side of me said, oh, yeah. Okay. It's politics as usual somehow. I thought this was going to happen wearing all you're talking about Donald Trump himself. I know what you're saying. Right. I said elected businessman politician for a long while we had one at least we thought we had one. But now it will send me wake up and suddenly it's the night before Christmas. And all of a sudden, we find out there's no Santa. Absolutely. And all the little guy like making Bill as well when I bought master stereo, you may not remember. But you said, you know, give it to a top. And it's funny when I bought it when it first came out I got pulled over by a cop, and it was nice. He didn't give me a ticket. It was just that wasn't wearing a seatbelt officer. You know, this isn't a bribe. You let me go take this. Thank you, some from New York conservative areas, Staten Island. So for the Staten Island before it was re demographic by mayor de Blasio. Yeah. That's that's why I don't know what they're doing. And how they've done it. Listen, I go long way back in politics, and I will tell you something no one's ever heard on this show or anywhere else. I remember the nineteen sixties. The radical feminists. We want somehow got into their office in one of the universities. They had a map on the wall of every state in every city in every district. And they've put pins in the map where they were gonna move radical monstrous feminists into those districts in North Dakota Mississippi. And start in a small way like teaching in women's studies, and then slowly shift those states from hard core American values to internationalised Leninist values and my day almost close to winning this country lock stock and barrel. Wouldn't you agree with that? Absolutely. I mean, I'm glad I wasn't alive in the sixties. I should take that back. I was alive in the sixties by God's will. I'm still alive here and the the year twenty eighteen long after I thought I'd be walking the earth. I'm talking the earth. Let me send you stop mass hysteria. So you can have a fresh copy for yourself. I like that last line long after I thought it'd be walking the earth walking the earth. I'm talking there. I like that. So twenty nineteen is going to be a new year for all of us, a political new year of awakening for most of you who realize we've been screwed again. There's an old adage, which I've told you about which is that when both parties agree on something. And they talk about each other with good cheer. It means the American people have been screwed. While they're all cheering the prison reform Bill because we've been screwed. Join the Savage Nation..

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