13 Burst results for "Muller Organization"

"muller organization" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"muller organization" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Spectrum if you've got individuals that sparring to be the next bill oh gates as acrobatic steve jobs or even you know some of the really quality mid capitalist muller organizations many you talked about one earlier good buddy of <hes> the the two of us in interest what melvin or naimey simpson's now running a big company but i mean what are your tips or voice to a sparring growth yeah or even glenn richards glenn spin up then scaled up a couple of companies using our tools which is why he's banned charing our scale up masters program that were running there in australia so we've been super excited about easy pay many many many many grants <hes> that have become kind of well l. known in australia. You got their start with regard tools. Well you know i haven't read scaling up <hes>. It's why i wrote the book. There's there's all this education around how to start. Thanks and there's eleven thousand startups every hour in the world. We don't really need more new companies yet. There seems to be in a university program in an incubator on every corner of the planet and i have an m._b._a. Which is supposed to teach you how to ron big companies but there really wasn't the education of what do you do between startup and and grown up. How do you scale up inside launches executive program at m._i._t. Back ninety-one ninety-two and charity for fifteen years and that was my crucible for testing these ideas on a thousand plus entrepreneurs that were scaling up and i was able to kind of hone the tools which ultimately led to the books that we've been talking about the most recent being scaling up and and it's cool. We've we've sold over four hundred thousand copies globally. I believe it is a bona fide success. I think it's because we've been able to quantify what it takes. A more importantly you know it takes a village of thought leader sean <hes> as you know a reference over forty different other thought leaders site jim collins at marcus buckingham and simon cynic and others that we've talked about ought <hes> no one person has all the example as all the answers and so takes his village of thought leaders that you need to learn from and that's why in the single most important discipline if we really boil it down to that if you want to be a great leader <hes> is your commitment to learning and development. <hes> bill gates had his famous. Thank weeks where twice a year you take what i call tower of guilt is record was one hundred twelve books manuscripts p._h._d. The-these is white papers and for eighteen hours a day for seven days straight he would just plow win the information and this is what allowed him as a leader in his company remain relevant in a very fast changing environment mark do i've known from his early days animal i._t. Services company.

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"muller organization" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"muller organization" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Pittsburgh. This is Katie K radio. I'm Larry, Richard. I'm John chamois. Good morning. Thanks for being with us this morning. The president back in our nation's capital this morning and has been busy on Twitter already as you might guess and joining us former Katie k radio anchor man right here on this very program. Bill Rakoff who is with CBS joins us from Washington on our disc institute of Pittsburgh Newsline. Bill. Good morning. Good morning, gentlemen. How are you? We're doing. Well, you're atmosphere down there in Washington must be something very special right now. That's like the weather in Pittsburgh. If you don't like the headline, wait, twenty minutes. It'll change cheese. What a week Bill. We had. Of course, the sit down with Kim Jong in Hanoi Vietnam with Donald Trump, and then while that was going on his former lawyer Michael Cohen testifying in front of congress. We know he's going to jail. I mean, all these things all in the same week, and we're waiting for the Mahler report. Yeah. And not only that, but we're also dealing with this business in the coming up in the Senate to see if they can't pull back Donald Trump's a national emergency declaration the resolution passed a houses. Now waiting in the Senate. They're off today. So it won't come up until next week. But yeah, what a time we have been. It's like one of those oh, squirrel moments. You know, when you're sitting there, and then it's something develops in Hanoi, and my colleague Steven Portnoy over there is jumping on that the interesting thing about this though is we've been able to manage this because Hanoi is literally twelve minutes or twelve hours behind us so half a day away. So we Portnoy, and I have been joking when I leave in the evening, I he's getting up at five in the morning over there. I'm handing off the baton to him your turn. And then he does the same to me when when we come back in in the morning. So interesting times, you know, it was I thought it was interesting that the president didn't say much about Michael Cohen testimony. When he was in Vietnam and actually made a comment that it was totally inappropriate. The hearing happened while he was there. But man this morning he has cut loose on Michael Cohen and saying that he already had a book written. And now if you read the book, you realize how many lies he told before congress, and it's tweet after tweet after tweet, it's not just one. Well, you know, it's almost like releasing the relief valve, you know, he didn't tweet a whole lot about it. As you mentioned while he was over there focusing on matters with Kim Un and North Korea got home late last night off of Air Force One to the White House. Got a good night's sleep got up this morning and went at it. But you're exactly right. He says congress must have man this transcript of Collins new book ace, and he said your heads are gonna spend when you see the lies misrepresentations and contradiction. So he's eager to jump back on top of this narrative after three days of testimony, generally Bill, what has been the reaction to Michael Cohen's testimony. Well, it falls along party lines. So you have Democrats who say, look, we're giving this guy a chance we believe in redemption. We think you know, he's got a lot to say. And he really doesn't have any reason to lie this time and the chairman of the oversight committee Elijah Cummings of Maryland pretty much told him he says few lie to me this time. Some nail you to the cross. His exact words. And Cohen said he understood clearly Republicans on the other side say look we had this guy before the committee before he lied, and he was convicted he pled guilty to it. Why do we have him back again? And he's just trying to set himself up for, you know, a possible shot at redemption. Once he gets out of prison three years, and maybe a book and a movie deal on top of it. So Republicans did their best to paint him as a liar and achieved just the same thing that Cohen was doing to his president. So again, a very partisan affair this week. Yeah. And hanging out there over all of this is the belief that the Muller report is imminent. Yeah. And again, we don't know we can only talk about things that are in the wind, and we look at the tea leaves and see which way the wind is blowing and or left to conclude that he is sort of wrapping things up and another big clue to that this week is that you know, oversight and other committee chairs were in touch with the Muller organization, and what the southern district of New York and other federal prosecutors say look if there's a if Cohen comes up here is there an area where you don't want us to go because it's gonna screw up anything you're looking into. And there really wasn't a response back. Are they kind of left the committees? Do what they think they do. So most of us think that too. Okay. Well, that means that he's got things pretty well in hand. And so there may be an endgame to this next week. It could be a few weeks from right now. But we do get the sense that is wrapping up before you go Bill just curious. A little off the radar of the politics though. What was the reaction to the Robert Kraft story down there? Well, it was interesting. You know, and it caught our attention for a day. That's for sure, you know, down here. There isn't the the intense rivalry. But there is sort of like a general disdain for the patriots and their success over the years so people jumped on it right away. But this is a political town, and we're we're we pay attention to the issues and one of the things that popped out right away. Was you know, what this would be funny on a level to make fun of craft except it's alleged that he was using women who were brought to this country, you know, almost as sex slaves as victims of human trafficking, and all of a sudden, it doesn't make it more funny. But at the same time, you know, we have these scandals in Washington from time to time. And and the fact that he was a close friend of President Trump people looking to make a out of the out of that. But wow, what an interesting what an interesting story. And yes to be able to steal the headlines away from Trump and politics and things even for half a day is quite an accomplishment. I can't imagine that. It's not treated in Washington as the old man and glasshouse. So you're right about that. I can tell you that we've had. None. None of the houses down here. Glad that's for sure. Whole bell. Good to hear your voice. We hear you all the time. Good to talk to you. Thanks and navigate weekend. Thanks, gentlemen. Bill Rakoff fire CBS connection to our nation's capital on our disc institute of Pittsburgh Newsline..

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"muller organization" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"No, it's just a maybe a little more clever because a lot of us can't see what's in front of us. It's almost like it's almost like that story of the kingdom, though, close it's happening in front of you. And so you don't see it. But hopefully, Mr. Muller does it. Do the Democrats on the committee want to subpoena him? Now, do they think that it's this is important enough and would set a bad precedent for them as you take over the the congress, and you wanna talk to whistleblowers, etc. Is a subpoena in the offing right now. I think it's highly likely, and I personally do support issuing a subpoena to compel the testimony. We gotta remember Mr. Cohen was a voluntary witness that he chose our committee, and that then you to testify he was not at all compelled and his testimony would be in open and under oath. This new threat has given him second thoughts, and there's lawyers second thoughts. And so I think we need to compel testimony while providing him lots of security, but his story needs to be told the public needs to hear the whole story with some carve outs in terms of what's going on with Mr. Muller. But they haven't heard that. So far. And I think I think you're seeing the're coming out of Mr. Trump and his White House because they know how much Mr. Cohen knows. And they know how important his relationship was with the Trump organization. Congressman what can you do to ease? Michael Cohen's concerns about these threats. I is there something that you can say is there something a letter that you can write to anybody. Is there anything that you can actually do as members of this committee who want to compel him to come and tell his story, then I think it's a very reasonable question. But on the other hand, it doesn't lend itself to an easy answer. I mean, we're not on the security business where members of congress trying to do our job and provide oversight. We have a witness who says, I have reason a fear. We witnessed the same thing. You just showed in terms of Mr. Trump and Mr. Giuliani seemingly deliberately instilling that fear and and stoking those FARs of uh. Resentment toward this witness. So we've got to make sure he's got full protection is is physical safety or do. You think his fear is prosecution of his family? It's probably both. My understanding today was his family had real reason for physical theory. Say the toxic social media environment, which we live do do. You know? I mean had you plant. I don't know if you've kind of organize what his testimony was going to be. But do you know what the scope of? It was going to be able to be was he going to be able to talk about things related to Russia things that he discussed with with Muller or the southern district, and we're your staffers going to have a chance to essentially pre interview him. So that when it was actually public testimony, it could be much more focused. Probably yes. To the the ladder the rules of engagement with Mr. Muller had not yet been defined. My understanding is we've made overtures our committee staff to the Muller organization. We have not had definitive response for Mr. Muller, and that's work in progress. But clearly there will be some boundaries, and we will respect them because we don't want to jeopardize the criminal investigation. Congressman appreciate your time. Thank you, very, great pleasure. Thank you for having me. Everyone else is going to stay with us. You'll get a lot more. Discuss Bill conversation about this remarkable day and later, we'll get veteran White House correspondent Sam Donaldson's take a new reporting about Kellyanne Conway and leaks..

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"muller organization" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Friday, starting a wakeup call at twenty at five twenty. All right. The Mueller team did something very very unusual. And that is refute a new story and this has to do with BuzzFeed. Buzzfeed reported that Michael Cohen said in an interview with the Mueller team that President Trump ordered him or requested that he Michael Cohen ally in front of congress, which by the way, he was convicted of. And that is let's just say more than explosive and BuzzFeed quoted to sources that were familiar with the molar investigation. Now, usually what happens when a any reporting organization has the story regarding the Mueller probe they go to the lunar organization, and they said would you comment on this? What is your response and the spokesperson of the Mueller team guy? Peter car always says the same thing, we declined to comment. But this one was a little different when BuzzFeed published the story after Carr said, we refuse to comment as usual. This one went nuts. And beyond that, the BuzzFeed story said that not only did the president personally instruct Mueller to lie. But that the Moore's office learned of the directive through interviews with multiple witnesses from the Trump organization, internal company e mails text messages and a cache of other documents and for the first time muehler had to come out the team had to come out and make a statement saying that that's not true. That. In fact, it is the those accusations. Those statements are not accurate then say, they're not true. They're not accurate, which is another way of saying. They're a bunch of lies. However, BuzzFeed says in response, we stand by our story. That's the information that we received. Well, as you can imagine the president came back with a tweet how unusual no actually he said this at the Oval Office or he said this on the way out from the White House. I think the BuzzFeed piece was disgraced to our country is a disgrace to journalism. I also think the coverage by the mainstream media was disgraceful. And I think it's going to take a long time for the mainstream media to recover its credibility. It's lost a tremendous amount of credibility and believe me that hurts me when I see that. Now, I just want to respond to that. It has lost a lot of credibility. According to President Trump. What credibility? How can you lose a lot of credibility when you have no credibility? There's nothing to lose. So that's one part of my response and the other one that I think is absolutely hilarious. After the president says, it's lost tremendous credibility and believe me. It hurts me when I see that. Let's go through that one for a moment. I want to parse that line. The mainstream media loses his credibility and the president is hurt. By the fact, that the mainstream media has lost some credibility. Really? Does the president love the fact that the mainstream media in his view has no credibility because who creates fake news? Of course. It's the mainstream media now if it turns out, and it looks like according to Mueller, it is those stories are not accurate. This is a big big win for the Trump folks, Donald Trump why because he accuses the media of coming up with lies constantly publishing fake news. And in this case if Muller is right. I think you have to believe Muller's team about what happened in Muller's organization versus what BuzzFeed said the turns out that baller is correct. And the BuzzFeed story simply is either made up or based on wrong information. Boy, the allegation that this is fake news. And it's all fake news that it's constantly fake. News gives him some credence doesn't it? And as far as he is concerned, and is basis concern it say come on you see what I'm talking about. How can you believe anything? These people have to say coming up. Do they have a case with Wayne Resnick and me? All right. Let's check in with Jennifer Jones Lee. First this morning. Senator Kamala Harris officially announced.

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"muller organization" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"How do you draw a line that allows you to say this group that engages in some combination of violence and speech is sufficiently waited on the violent side that you can prescribe it, and this group that engages in some combination of violence and political activity and speech is weighted sufficiently on the speed side that you can't it's a great question. So again, I I will say as it relates to group like for instance, I think even a better. For example, would be a group like the KKK. For instance, the KKK has a number of what I would call it independent franchises. Not all these independent franchises are engaged in inherently tippety. They may have despicable rhetoric that we don't agree with. So it's gonna come down from my perspective to the investigation that's going on as it relates to that work knows Asian is this a coherent organization is an organization that has a leadership and followers who are engaged in violent activity as a primary reason for the existence of the organization and autumn often division just as an example of this isn't organization that's engaged in violent tippety that here's by actively. And that's the reason d'etre of the organization some of the other groups, whether it's antifa black liberation movements. I I don't think those are necessarily good analogs. I think you would have to break down the component parts of these organizations at the very large movement, some of these other organizations are larger movements. So investigators would have to this aggregate, these movements in some ways, maybe. Down to the cell level because they're not necessarily going to be organizations at here to sort of an overarching philosophy of say headquarters, they could be splinter groups, for instance, in some cases, Antef on them members again are separate organisations within this very large Antho, you know, name that people have given it, but it's it's, you know, very cellular nature. So I think in those cases you'd have to be very careful about being overly prescriptive groups like autumn often estimated the about fifty members in size the rise above movement has comparable numbers. So these are much Muller organizations with clearly your ship. So I think you'd have to make those distinctions through investigations only in that context is quite important Samari you've listened to this exchange and have this sneaking suspicion watching your face as we had this exchange that these concerns are some of the reason that you kept your proposal. Away from the material support side, and and sort of more modest in its ambitions. I'm curious for your thoughts on on how dicey the terrain is. Once you get into the designation department without the presidents and congresses foreign policy authorities to back it up. Well, you know, while you know, my sentiments certainly are with Jason that there's some organizations out there that I think really are all about committing violence. I do think it is very very dicey in we know from the case holder v humanitarian law project that this court said in that case things might be a little different here. If we were talking about domestic organization, so we already have that marker saying that, you know, if you ever think about doing this domestically government, you're gonna have to you know, really dance on the head of a pen. I think also that just you know, as as Jason was alluding to there might be ways to thread that needle or dance on the head of that pen. If you really did have an organization that. You know, literally has as its mission statement we aim to use violence to achieve political goals. And then you see X violence, and maybe that is at a moth, I know about them. But I'm not a, you know student of atom often. So I don't know everything about them. But I think that if that were the standard, which might be the only standard that could pass muster..

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"muller organization" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"It's an, but if the if as the president says, he's he's going to get not just a shutdown a big long shutdown of the federal government over this issue of not getting his wall. I think what's supposed to happen. Is that in the middle of that shutdown? He's going to get his new White House chief of staff who is on record saying infallibly while Donald Trump was running for president on the basis of saying that he wanted to build a wall. Mick Mulvaney, is on the record saying that this whole idea of building a fence or a wall that Donald Trump is trying to sell to people on emotional terms. He's out there on the record calling it pablum calling it absurd and almost childish for somebody running for president to be proposing. Something that simplistic, he's the guy who's going to run the White House and organize everything during what the president is hoping and rooting for as to be a long shutdown specifically over the issue of him, not getting his wall. Shutdown is going to happen. Our closest allies around the world spent the day reeling. In response to these surprise protest resignation of Defense Secretary James Mattis last night. The United States Supreme court today in a five to four ruling brushed back President Trump on one of his policy changes that was designed to make it impossible for anyone to seek asylum in this country on a normal day. The big headline about that supreme court ruling would be that. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the more liberal judges on the court to come up with that five four majority. But today, the real headline out of that ruling other than the ruling itself is that liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had to cast that vote just before she went into the hospital for surgery today. She is eighty five years old. You will have more on that coming up. But on days like this. When it feels like the foundations are a little shaky. I firmly believe we can take comfort in the little things. Like, a nutshell Abol case study style self-dealing self-enrichment public corruption scam old school style involving the deputy White House chief of staff that makes sense, right? I know how that ends in terms of order and the rule of law and things proceeding one foot in front of the other in terms of how our government operates. You should also know that even if the government does shut down for an extended period starting tonight law enforcement doesn't shut down at the federal level. Law enforcement is considered a critical and essential function. You should also know that as a specific matter the special counsel's office within the Justice department, Robert Muller and his prosecutors their office will also not shut down in a federal government shutdown. It's been a whole bunch of interesting court filings related to the molar probe today. I will tell you. We're going to get to that a little bit later on this hour to including the lifting of the gag order in the Maria Boutin case, I am slightly obsessed with that case and not element of it. We will have more on that coming up, but the molar organization Muller organization the Muller investigation. A special counsel's office again will not shut down in the shutdown. Let us also take comfort in buffeting times like this and the clarifying orderly science of good reporting and the clear explication if even complex processes, and so tonight, we're going to try to figure out a lot of the most complex stuff that's going on including a starting with a live report from Capitol Hill on what is now the impending. I believe it's the third government shutdown of the Donald Trump presidency. We're going to go live to Capitol Hill to try to understand how long the shutdowns likely to last right after this. You're about to hear the phrase wall of cheese fair warning as we hurdle toward tonight's shutdown of the federal government of the United States with congress and the White House under unified Republican troll, nevertheless, unable to find a way to keep the government funded and open Republicans on the house rules committee scheduled emergency meeting tonight, and you might expect that in circumstances like this, right?.

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"muller organization" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Let's get his exact, quote, they can put me in prison for the rest of my life. I am not going to sign a lie. So here's here's what he says is now ally and and. You will immediately. See why this is interesting, and why this overlaps with our last segment in discussing Paul Manafort and the potential meeting with Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy. So again, this would be a single count of perjury right lying to the special counsel's office. Here's an Muller drafted this. So here's what he says honor about September sixth twenty eighteen the defendant Jerome Corsi was interviewed voluntarily by the special counsel's office, including DOJ prosecutors and special agents of the FBI at the time of the interview the special counsel's office was investigating the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the twenty sixteen presidential election. K we know that including and again, this is new we've never seen this in any previous information before this is the female of this week. The theft of campaign related emails and other documents by the Russian government's main intelligence directorate of the general staff GRU. Be the so that again, that's okay, we're looking into the Russian hack of Hillary Clinton's emails. Interesting to know that the Muller organization that the Muller investigation is doing that be the GRU's provision of certain of those documents to an organization organization one. Now, that's obviously WikiLeaks for public release in order to expand the GRU's interference in the twenty sixteen US presidential election campaign. Okay, and see the nature of any connections between individuals associated with the US presidential campaign of Donald J Trump parenthesis referred to here in as Trump campaign and parenthesis and the Russian government organization one. Now that is big news. That tells you I it's big news for a lottery number one. It's the I I maybe it's just because it was a draft agreement but everybody else's referred to as organization one person one. And we have to figure it out. This says US presidential campaign of Donald J Trump, right? Yeah. It says the Trump campaign, and it tells us this was not orchestrated by Robert more everything else. This week is something Muller orchestrated or acquiesced. Right. This was leaked by Coursey. This was not something Muller wanted made public. And it shows that Muller is investigating not just right. The Senate intelligence committee is investigating Russian efforts to interfere with our election. This is the first time we have seen Muller say, I believe there are criminal charges potentially pending for connect. Actions between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government, that's significant. Now, what did what did Coursey lie about? Here's here's to what he would have pled guilty to lying about. It says Coursey thereafter, knowingly and intentionally made the following materially false statements during his voluntary interview. A course he said that he declined the request from person one that is probably Roger stone and made clear to Roger stone that trying to contact WikiLeaks could be subject to an investigation. Of course. He also stated that Roger stone never asked Coursey to have another person try and get in contact with WikiLeaks. And of course, he told Roger stone that they should just wait until Wiki leaks released any materials, so that is considered a false statement. Right. So the opposite of that. The Muller investigation believes that Roger stone asked Coursey to contact WikiLeaks. To release the emails. That's pretty sokaia. Be. Of course, he further stated that after the initial request from Roger stone course, he did not know Roger stone did with respect to leaks, and he never provided stone with any information regarding WikiLeaks, including what materials WikiLeaks possessed or what we might do with those materials. Again, that's something that Muller thinks is false that gives us an awful. Lot of insight into what Muller thinks of Roger stone. So paragraph for in truth. And in fact, as course, he well knew after stone ask course to get in touch with WikiLeaks. Of course, he did not decline the request. Instead, he contacted individual who resided in London England overseas individual to pass on stones request to learn about materials in Wiki leaks, possession that could be relevant to the presidential campaign. Of course, he thereafter, told stone that WikiLeaks possessed information that would be damaging to then candidate Hillary Clinton, and that Wiki leaks planned on releasing that damaging information in October. Twenty sixteen and then there's a ton more..

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"muller organization" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"It's Coen talking to the president. I'm gonna roll in Wahlberg. Pecker is our friend pecker. There's an executive to in there. We don't know who that person is, and if I were that person, I'd be a little work. We don't know who that is, and I, I would caution a little bit on the view. That Weitzberg was being asked every question under the sun about Trump organization going back ten years. And I think that's the critical difference between this immunity compulsion order, which is generally specific to line of questioning or some criminal activity and cooperation wear Weisselberg would give up everything that he knows executive to me seems to be a lesser player than why soda in this whole thing. So it's unclear to me that there's that much more to get out of executive to, but to Joyce's point, I think we're a little bit in the dark and it is it is confounding to all of us who look at this, that they would just go ahead with a straight plea deal and not even meet as far as we know with Michael Cohen. There has to be a reason and I just can't figure out he's convicted felon eight times over these are pure prosecutions your start with the bottom and go up. But if you're starting with the CEO now with entropy organization, the only way up is Donald Trump. Ably Don Jr.. Varcoe or juror. Kushner. You know, there was this moment in the charging information I thought was really interesting, which is that one of the orders is to pay the money from the trust, right? They say, pay the money from the trust and iceberg Trump junior sign, a new certification trustee on February tenth seating. They can distribute fronts from the trust holding President Trump's business assets for as maintenance support. You saw that big of the press conference of the stacks paper, four days later Trump or executive emails were to pay Cohen from the trust. We don't know those the same trust, but it sure does look like the president while the sitting president is using his trust to make this hush money payment, which is fine. He's allowed to use the money. I mean, I should say it's fine for him to use the money from a legal sense, but it also shows there's no wall there. Well, I don't know if it's a blind trust. He's allowed to get money out of it. It's not this silly allowed to know what the assets are invested in or that's where the conflict of interest comes in. But the point I think that you really getting at is that the president is directing this reimbursement, and by the way, while these president but also to gross up the money. So you increase it so that you taking out the taxes that Cohen plays. I mean, this is all very criminal enterprise type of behavior zones, federal Rico, but also up to state charges and the significance. The is if he's prosecuted by this date Cohen is than he can't be pardoned by Trump. Again, I don't think at the end of the day, they're real concern about Cohen. They're especially concerned about the president of the United States. The real interesting thing here to me is maybe just Coen doesn't have that much to give the ST why. And everything. Lanny Davis is talking about relates to Muller's organization investing. Gatien if Muller truly and there's some reporting in the Washington Post, at least this week that Muller is not potentially not interested in speaking with Cohen. If that's the case, I cannot fathom the amount of evidence that Robert Muller has on Russia collusion. Great point Paul as a great point, Paul Butler and Daniel Goldman, thank you both still ahead, the presence, legal troubles, excel sten-. Well, beyond just the Muller will go over the multiple ongoing investigations can be hard to keep track of them into the president and his associates after this two minute break..

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"muller organization" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"On the hearings hi bobby go ahead hi john you're monologue was spot on buddy and welcome back it's great to have you well thank you anyways where do we go from here with this well first of all the democrats are just a total disgrace and they were just in airings and it was just disgusting all the ways around but here's what i think and maybe you could share the start with me too i think this lisa page and it struck guy will be found in contempt of congress and i do believe the truth will come out that this whole malwa investigation what's based upon a cover up that was perpetrated by all these players you know call me struck lawler when he was there and i think the truth will come out that's what i'm looking forward to what do you think i'm hopeful i'm very hopeful bobby and one one of the things that makes me hopeful oppose tray gouty that one question that he asked struck or he said just how long after you were hired into the muller organization how long after that did the word impeachment appear you know what the answer was sure i heard into one day one day you can't that's impossible it can't be done but yet they did it and what does that indicate well about one hundred thousand pounds of bias is what that indicates bobby let's hope that the both of us are yanked out of our doldrums watch this thing maybe the hearings as they develop maybe they'll get better maybe some things will start to come out will start to get some good information from but i appreciate your call appreciate your kind words as the beginning of the call and we'll talk again don't be a stranger here's ed in huntington woods on the patriot hi ed go ahead actually erin but john welcome back and there would was awesome in your in your absence i hope you're good darrell darrell did a fine job and i couldn't ask for for more for for a better represent representative when i'm gone and you'd be amazed at the number of people want him back but i'm not gonna tell him and he didn't hear that i hope but the queen how raucous got mail tax demonstrate his absolute raw contempt in bias against trump supporters themselves anybody related to the team being pro hillary to the point of engineering soft coup yet sees no bias but he's got absolutely no evidence and he's all wrapped up in this russia investigation what she's got absolutely no evidence that there was ever any collusion obstruction or you know just zero nada it's i guess it's odd and it's a little scary because you got some some things that haven't even come out yet these pfizer court i call him a fences where the false dossier there was written by a three or four different perverts nobody else could write that kind of stuff i mean that's all just perversion and it's all untrue it was funded by the hillary foundation are one of them and and they submitted to the pfizer court knowing it's a total lie eventually those five judges the those guys don't take that lightly and somebody's gonna burn for that strokes arrogance is utter utter on conviction of his righteousness that is proper i mean it's it's really a a sense of morality gone wrong yeah it's irritating it does not matter it's really just about this guy cannot you know now scary yeah and his even the look on his face is enough to tell you i mean you there's there's there's things they teach you when you go to fbi school about facial facial tics and facial expressions before and after telling a lie and so on and so forth he needs to go back to that school because he'd he just did not put on a good performance ed predate the call thanks for the comments do appreciate them eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine to three.

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"muller organization" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And the manafort team wanted these dismissed because they said that the charges the bank fraud charges against manafort that go way back welby before he was ever associated with the trump campaign they were outside the jurisdiction and clearly judge ellis said apparently it it it is within the jurisdiction do we know what that letter says from deputy attorney general rod rosenstein to we know exactly what the jurisdiction is well we do know what it is as for manafort the part that was redacted judge allyson is opinion said i've looked at it it has nothing to do with this case so the part that's redacted we don't know but as far as manas ford he did have the thirty to investigate any connections between people connected with the tampa and russia which is what this was it was an investigation on that and then what jealous did is he said but the the appointment what further for prosecution so investigation was limited to campaign and russia but prosecution with a separate factor and that allowed anything that they could that they found arising out of that so they didn't come up with more evidence when they started looking into it even though they had a lot of evidence beforehand so he he really did do a methodical review he looked at the language of the appointment and said yes this is broad enough and that's what i said when i heard the hearing oh this is great there's a lot of red meat in there because he was really slamming meal healers team but the lost law and that's what j jealous said he said look even if this is distasteful it's the law and the appointment is broad enough to cover that and you know oftentimes when we see decisions written by federal judges at at this level and they're they're really entertaining to read and they're they're kind of engaging and he makes a lot of you know points that are rather you know they're not the dry kind of constitutional expert professorial kind of arguments sometimes you think okay this guy's grandstanding this guy's not a serious jurist but you suggest actually that that quite the opposite that ellison really is is is is in the sweet spot here oh absolutely i did not the parts that i read i thought were even though they weren't necessary to go through the the special counsel statute he didn't do it in a way that was meant to be or trying to be harsh on euler he was trying to point out that these are the risks and the american people see it and this is something that basically congress needs to we look at because they have forgotten the history of what happened when ken starr was investigating clinton even after the fact said look this isn't a good law this is something that is susceptible to basically cases going off the reservation where they're looking for other types of things beyond what is in there here's what i'm not understanding margaret cleveland that that that law is gone the law that was out of control that everyone agreed was was a problem that's that there was a sunset clause on that it didn't get renewed so did did judge ellis then address the constitutional aspects and the legality of robert muller's organization as it stands right now mark levin has made the point that he's operating now as a as as a sort of defacto us attorney and his team are acting as defacto deputy us attorneys which puts them outside of the confines of the of of the executive branch in a way sure so he did but he did it in basically a footnote and said the parties don't raise this issue and he said it would go far any way because they really were there under the auspices of rosenstein and i took issue with that because it's not that general proposition if he was under the authority of rosenstein then it would be constitutional but you have to look at in practice how is he acting is he really acting as a us attorney and if so it would violate the appointments class so jealous alice negated it but it really wasn't briefed it really wasn't argued and it would it be presidential and that standpoint that it it was an aside where he said no and the principal i agree with from a principal standpoint is if he is an inferior officer because he is reporting to somebody who actually has control at doj that's one thing that's okay but if he really is.

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"muller organization" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on AM Joy

"Last year so people like sebastian gorka were going out on fox news right and saying these are the basically putting a bullseye on these two people saying these are the guys that are most responsible for the iran deal happening of course colin call is is wonderful but he's very low i mean he's compared to ben rhodes compared to the higher level people he's really not all that senior the fact that you had this attention being placed on these two men is really really telling an of course coincidentally maybe not they have been among the most vocal critics of donald trump especially on social media right ever since he was running his that feels like to and just to let the audience that we're talking about this is a separate isreaeli firm called side group that natasha was talking about the wall street journal report on friday israeli intelligence firms election meddling analysis comes at muller scrutiny robert muller's now looking at them that what you're looking at is a presentation that was made by this group called cy cy group and one of the slides talked about the creation of fake news discrediting news organizations in spreading feet spreading uncertainty and fake content a lot of it directed at sanders supporters trying to turn them against hillary clinton using fake bots to react to real life situations and further polarizing the target audience that's one of their slides and then if we just go to a five it just so happens that the guy who runs i grew he showed up at that trump tower meeting very was with don jr eric prints of blackwater george nader the emissary to the united remembrance in saudi arabia and there he is joel just showing up there but what before we go treat a has there been any follow up of you received any outreach from investigators fbi from muller's organization for muller's grand jury to talk about your experience i have not but what i'm hoping to see is that congress will actually started looking into this because the link that natasha mentioned might be very difficult to be able to get unless there is some form of investigation yeah clearly natasha bertrand treated party thank you both very much for your time and coming up the woman who.

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"muller organization" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Time and energy and he's angry that he's not able to devote time and energy to national security threats foreign relations domestic changes he wants to make in terms of domestic policy and it's taking up a lot of head space for him he doesn't understand why this investigation is taking so long in his view but to be to be sure as somebody who's covered investigations for twenty one years this muller investigation moving really fast it just doesn't feel that way when you're under investigation explain that because we've had some questions from viewers before historically how long has one of these special counsel investigations taken you know it's all over the map remember that robert mueller wasn't appointed under that old independent counsel model that expired in the late nineties after bill clinton's entire presidents was beset by independent counsels but i talked with historians who have studied this written books archibald cox watergate special prosecutor and others they say the muller team is moving at a historic clip along with the best special prosecutors in history so even though the president and maybe the attorney general jeff sessions say this isn't moving fast enough actually by historical patterns it is moving very quickly let you chat with some callers williams up i in atlanta good morning an independent good morning just a comment regarding the questions that have been in the papers from the muller organization about what they want to ask the president appears we have leaks within the team itself is that a concern to america new york times has not disclosed who gave it those materials but the time story in the times reporters who've appeared on air on npr and elsewhere have said that the president's lawyers wrote down those questions and that they were provided to the times by somebody who is not part of donald trump's legal team so i take issue with the premise of your question in fact that appears to be a leak from somebody close to president trump not from the justice department or the special prosecutor is an indiana pennsylvania line for democrats yes good morning i wanted to say that this is the first time that i actually heard rod rosenstein addressed anything that's been going on and i want to say that i.

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"muller organization" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"muller organization" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Stuff unless newness so helps him out so uh no i think this point uh the the strategy for muller i think it's pretty clear you know that it would take a long time to have an impeachment proceeding and requires uh uh you know many more democrats in the house and senate than there are um but what could put some interesting pressure on donald trump is if his close relatives and family members like jared and uh on donald junior are implicated in some of these uh uh conversations and also uh in in some of the business dealings that we've we've come across it actually do amount to pretty much outright money laundering so this is uh this is the think the strategy that they're concerned about um and i just you know i think the uh uh the next step here really going to be critical because donald trump is now under pressure even from his own former she's strategist to come clean about these transactions and uh we're gonna see some kind of showdown here pretty quickly between the the muller organization me donald trump has said that he would not close down the muller investigation but i think that these new developments are creating new pressures on them well clearly gang after this book inside is suppresses publication is an act of desperation and again i'm speaking with james henry an economist lawyer and investi of journalist is it extensively back level banking debt crises tax havens and economic development the former chief economist at mckinsey and company he cofounded with david kay johnston of the new investigative reporting news service dc report.

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