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"nixon camp" Discussed on Political Scandals
"But the Nixon camp had other ideas General Alexander M Haig Junior told agnew that if he didn't resign. The Justice Department would prosecute him. These were some menacing warnings. Agnew received a note that literally said go quietly or else. The vague, but deliberate threats frightened him. By early October. He drafted a letter of resignation. He also got a team of lawyers to begin working on a plea bargain. On October tenth nineteen seventy-three. Resigned as vice president of the United States. But his troubles weren't. He still had to face trial. Luckily Agnew's legal team had taken the necessary precautions and copped a plea deal. Thanks to Nixon's influence, the only punishment agnew would face was the end of his political career and a lot of negative publicity. A literal script had been written by ABC News Lawyers and the Justice Department for both his resignation and his plea, if he agreed to resign and accept a felony charge for tax evasion, he wouldn't serve jail time or be charged with political corruption. Even though his sentence was decided before agnew pleaded no low contender that day Attorney General Richardson took the opportunity to address the court about Agnew's crimes, he said that what the evidence illustrated had likely inflicted upon the nation's serious and permanent scars with potentially disastrous consequences to vital interests of the United States. And yet all agnew is being charged with was failing to report income amounting to twenty nine thousand five hundred dollars about one hundred and seventy thousand in today's dollars. Everyone knew he was getting off easy, absurdly easy admitting his guilt for single charge, instead of the numerous other Z. committed meant the court was extremely limited in doling out his sentence that day, Agnew walked out of court, one hundred sixty thousand dollars in back taxes plus a ten thousand dollar fine. That, was it. That! Was it. Actually it wasn't. Attorney, General Elliot Richardson also declared that Agnew could never be retried on a corruption charge by request of president. Nixon. Agnew and Nixon bid one another a polite goodbye, but tension was simmering beneath the surface. In fact, the two would never speak again. Agnew actually refused to answer Nixon's calls for the rest of his life feeling he had been betrayed and abandoned during his investigation. But Nixon wasn't long. Either only a year later, he would resign in disgrace. After his downfall agnew in his wife Judy moved to California, they're agnew worked as an international business consultant. He also wrote a memoir and a novel, both inspired by his experiences in Nixon's White House in his memoir. He wrote that the only reason he pled guilty was because he thought he would never receive a fair trial. Despite the mountain of evidence against him, he defended himself until September Seventeenth Nineteen ninety-six the day he died. Despite Agnew's meteoric rise and his political career, his transgressions were eclipsed by those of his boss, and while he is largely forgotten his legacy of race, Baiting, attacking the media and Stoking Division continues to thrive today. The socio political landscape is even more divided than it was during his tenure. A dubious achievement that can largely be credited to Spiro. Active.
"nixon camp" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Too shocked to respond after hearing Nixon's offer. Agnew, who could still play to any crowd, told delegates at the convention. I stand here with a deep sense of the improbability of this moment. But Nixon's decision paid off and their platform of patriotism, new leadership in Vietnam family values and law and order proved immensely popular on the campaign trail. Agnew was brash and outspoken, honing his considerable skill as an orator, he was the loudest voice in the Nixon camp railing against liberals and cultivating the US versus them mentality. He'd started to build after the April protests. He emphasized that he and Nixon stood for law and order only they could keep America safe. The message propelled them to victory albeit by a slim margin. Ironically the two men campaigning on a platform of law and order would both wind up being remembered as criminals. But that reputation wouldn't materialize for a few years after their victory, agnew was to get to work. But. He soon discovered the limitations of his new position. At the time, vice president was more or less a ceremonial position. Agnew who was used to the power and influence he'd wielded on the campaign trail, and as governor became immediately frustrated. One of his so called roles was as head of the office of Intergovernmental Relations, acting as a liaison between the president and different mayors and governors. He was also tasked with presiding over the Senate although his main objective in that role was simply to be present since he technically wasn't allowed to address the Senate without permission. For adnew, the firebrand, keeping his mouth shut felt like a punishment. Agnew demanded a more prominent role within the Nixon cabinet, but his demand fell on deaf ears. Agnew had been selected for one reason to win the election. Now, he was no longer necessary. Besides Nixon and his staff were tending to much more important matters like planning an exit strategy in Vietnam they had no interest in giving the inexperienced agnew more power Nixon's chief of Staff HR Haldeman actually referred to the vice president as the agnew problem. But Agnew would get his day finally. In the fall of one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, a year into the Presidency Nixon found the perfect role for him where he'd not only be out of the way, but be able to reinvigorate their base. Nixon sent agnew around to college graduations, ribbon, cuttings and Republican. Across the country, basically, all the things Nixon was too busy to attend. Though it seemed like a demotion, agnew was happy to step back into the public eye, doing what he did best railing against liberals and addressing controversial topics more directly. The Nixon possibly could. In October. Nineteen sixty-nine at a fundraising dinner in Jackson Mississippi Agnew said Liberals had a masochistic compulsion to destroy their countries strength. His favorite target however was the media specifically the New York Times in Washington Post both of which were frequently critical of the administration. Avenue one said journalists were a little group of men who live and work in the geographical and intellectual confines of Washington DC or New York City but do not represent the views of America. While most of Agnew's speeches were written for him by Pat Buchanan and speechwriter William Safire he sometimes ad-lib, bizarre made up words and phrases. He called Liberal. Activists Radically lives ideological eunuchs and vultures who sit in trees. During the midterm congressional campaign, Agnew famously called Nixon critics nattering nabobs of negativism. Although, the phrase was penned by speechwriter, Sapphire it became agnew's most significant contribution to the American lexicon. Using that kind of language kept agnew's name in the papers, but it also reinforced the notion that he wasn't a serious politician. By nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, Nixon was growing increasingly annoyed with his barnstorming video, he found Agnew's Ham, fisted, expressions, juvenile and resented how much agnew craved attention and publicity publicity. That could have gone to Nixon. Even though Agnew's public remarks were wildly popular with the base, Nixon demanded, he told them down. But Agnew had other plans and. Future to think about. This drove an even greater wedge between the two men, and the feud soon spilled into the press in nineteen, seventy-one Nixon criticized agnew for golfing too much on a diplomatic trip to Africa. Telling him you've got to make it appear that the trips for work, not over there on a Goddamn vacation. Agnew responded by publicly criticising Nixon's ping pong diplomacy with the People's Republic of China. For Nixon that was the last Straw. He started looking for a new running mate for the fast approaching nineteen seventy two election. Nixon. A secret plan to force agnew's resignation and then appoint treasury secretary. John Connolly a Democrat to the position. But when Nixon brought his plan to Connolly and Nineteen seventy-two, he politely declined. Connolly's said he thought the job was useless, and he could serve the public better in his current position. After Connolly's Snub Nixon and his advisors decided that replacing agnew might actually backfire with constituents so much to Nixon's dismay, agnew was kept on Nixon. Even gave a few fawning interviews. Praising has veep through the teeth. But by this time Spiro Agnew was the least of Nixon's problems. During. Nixon's first term set up a group of practice within the White House to stop the leakage of classified information to the media soon enough, the group began engaging in other efforts to gather illegally sourced intelligence all in an effort to keep Nixon in office. They called themselves the committee to re elect the president or creep. Among their acts of subterfuge was sending opposition groups to democratic events to cause chaos, they even forged document called the conduct letter that falsely insinuated that Senator Edward Muskie. A candidate for the Democratic nomination was prejudiced against us. Citizens of French Canadian descent. Though the allegations.
"nixon camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"An episode of Fort Laramie starring Raymond Burr as it was originally broadcast sixty four years ago today. March Fourth Nineteen fifty-six in the newspapers of that Sunday sixty four years ago. These were some of the headlines. From Beirut Jordan's King Hussein prior to Lieutenant General John Bego Glove for refusing to reorganize his Arab Legion to meet a possible Israeli attack. According to government radio king hailed as a new hero of the Arab world immediately. Do a pledge of all out aid from Syria Egypt and Saudi Arabia in event of aggression that according to a dispatch from from Damascus a US air force globemaster carrying seventeen persons crashed in playing games in the stormy Atlantic earlier. Today at the same spot where it almost ran into a disaster a week ago to bits of wreckage claim scarred bottle and Saturday piece of smoke plywood picked up in the area where the giant military transport sounded bits last frantic distress signal Vice President Nixon. Thirteen to one toys for a second term among Republican Party leaders taking a definite or at or against stand at this point the racial even more lopsided if those who want him provided. Eisenhower does are counted in the Nixon. Camp Eisenhower isn't saying at the moment that senator styles bridges. The Republican New Hampshire served notice today that Republican senators standing firm on their demand from bipartisan direction of the Special Committee which the Senate is set to investigate lobbying and Tammy organizations organizations of the Eight-member Committee have been held up by a political wrangle between Republicans and Democrats over the powers to be vested in the chairman expected to be Senator Albert Gore. The Democrat of Tennessee the US Britain and France today postponed a showdown meeting on the proposed sale of French fighter. Jets to Israel while evidence. Good that the western powers species dangerous crisis in the Middle East from President Eisenhower down. Us officials report to be deeply disturbed. Over the ejection of British. Lieutenant General John Begg Glove from Jordan. This may lead to an opening it with the Soviet Union. We'll try to move. Absentees may be the deciding factor Thursday when the Senate takes a showdown vote on adoption of a democratic puzzle to restore high price supports on some basic farm crops proponents and opponents each consciously predicted victory. But by a narrow margin leaders of both sides conceded however decisions by few Senators. Still uncommitted could upset their prophecies. If Congress doesn't approve the Democratic Pint for support of ninety percent of parroting on some crops the administrative flexible supports ranging from seventy five to ninety percent of parody would remain in effect parody a price calculated to give a farmer. Fear Return on this harvest in relations to what he must by government. Labor experts expressed fear today that Arash of East Coast airplane plant. Strikes spread to keep playing and guided missile factories across the nation labor union contracts with virtually all major aircraft and missile producers from coast to coast at either expired or running out in a matter of days or weeks government mediators today submitted a horrible proposal for Company and Union for complete settlement of the one hundred thirty nine day Westinghouse Electric Strike details of the package plan withheld but it was reliably. Reportedly the proposition is to be made public a few days whether or not it is accepted. Mediators obviously held high hope or acceptance ward. Hinkle of Detroit has been playing cribbage for forty years and they recently got his first twenty nine hand the highest obtainable in the game but he still lost the game by one point two Robert Mason Ferndale and in Spokane Washington there was a family gathering at the Burke. Barlow home and James Burnt Barlow. Three met his grandmother's all six of them. The Grandmothers Mrs Herald Breath. Awesome Spokane Mrs Fred. Barlow of Denver and four great grandmothers. Mrs Clara Berthlesen Mrs Myra Williams's Spokane Mrs Robert Scott Would Burn Oregon and Mrs Sylvia Allen of what actually Washington and those some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday March Fourth Nineteen fifty-six on your Radio Fort Laramie which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. Oh Chapin..
"nixon camp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And I tend to see the jurors are protected and that said something like this president I hope by friend John Mitchell doesn't have a problem John Mitchell was thirty general at that and the president river hesitated for a moment and then a very quiet voices will have already he might have shot bro that was the ball but when it occurred to me not only is not know much about this day which you don't know the depths of the concerns of the gravity of the situation and I decide they're there as I remember that what I would do is listen to the proof British professed a sister and follow the facts wherever they lead us I certainly am not going to be a prosecutor but I am also not going to be about right defender I'm going to make sure that I have an opportunity here many as of that region rather than fight now what really happened it wasn't long off to its that senator Baker who remember was the most senior Republican involved in the impeachment inquiry delivered perhaps the best known close to the investigation the one thing that keeps occurring to me and the one thing I'm trying to put everyone listed as unique information in addition to their own personal information and knowledge is what the president know and when did he first No Way that is a vacant had shifted away from being firmly in the Nixon camp the unfolding evidence drove his decision well let's hear it from our panel will speak a festival take is back remind us of what the Republican Party of the nineteen seventies was like how was it really quite different from the policy we know today Republican Party the time was able to elect presidents but Democrats are pretty firmly in charge of Congress there was a very distinct northeastern Republican branch of the party very often referred to as the Nelson Rockefeller branch of the parties named after the on the governor of New York and there were Republican senators from New Jersey and New York and Connecticut and New Hampshire and so on on the south was still solidly democratic and you in within the Democratic Party you had this very odd combination of northern Democrats do tend to be liberal or racial issues southern Democrats who tended to be very conservative not reactionary on racial issues but it was part of the great coalition that frankly the only rose would have put together but it was soon is waning days David pull **** was there also a role the different view of the office of president there was even as Americans started to for example in the Vietnam War where the division predates Watergate even as Americans began to question Nixon's veracity on the war itself there was still a difference to the presidency and so we have this late sixties we have the Vietnam War with the counter culture before that the civil rights movement but what ultimately when you look at the hard data really did shift Americans view of what we call big government or active state liberalism was Watergate of course what did Nixon and in the end was where those tapes it's very difficult for us to overstate the shock that Watergate's tapes had on the American populace and how that really did I think permanently alter American politics why Ellen of hell why do you think the American public was more prepared to be shocked than the box it is now well I think we've seen sort of decades of cynicism and decades of politicians running against Washington running against Washington as the problems are trying to run as outsiders and blaming Washington and government and so I think all of that has combined to sort of lower access activations decades later John Daniel Davison is that something that you would agree with that the public's view of institutions in the political process has changed absolutely one of the reasons going back to something you said earlier that the public was so shocked at Nixon's impeachment was because confidence in public institutions was high back then and we had decades of erosion of public trust in our institutions in our political class and that's not just because people had run against Washington and blamed Washington it's a combination of incompetence and the concentration of the enormous amounts of power in Washington over the past forty years that has combined with dramatic failures of our political elites that has eroded confidence and not just in the political establishment but in the media establishment in our military in all the institutions of public life and that's all part of what the changes that we've seen from Nixon to trump today would you say Republicans today a backing trump in an act of self preservation no I would think the Republicans today are responding to the political incentives that they have you don't have a situation like you did in nineteen seventy three nineteen seventy four where there was really no way for the Republicans to support Richard Nixon and you saw the jailbreak and the inevitable impeachment now that isn't completely not the situation there's no incentive among the Republican electorate for Republican elected officials to support impeachment president his popularity now is at an all time high since he took office indeed I've met many people would argue Donald trump's cuts the least unpopular he's ever been his popularity rations a growing up David pull **** is there an idea if you look back that if the Republicans ousted Nixon because they believe that's what the public wants it in that sense it was an act of self preservation what they really considering whether his actions were inappropriate was there is a moral basis to with this and they both can be true there's no doubt with my panelists just said is true the incentive structures dramatically change if you look at the house Judiciary Committee voted for the articles of impeachment Republicans that voted for it we're more moderate than those who did not and of course what have we seen since then in the near half century since we have seen the moderate Republicans often become moderate Democrats and moderate Democrats get this new word primary to quote unquote become more Liberal Democrats and of course on the right it's been the same phenomenon but at the same time it clearly there was a moral component the shock of the public with the shock of the question leadership and if you look at the congressional leadership back in that you're the leadership of the Republican Party was more apt to back Nick said then actually some average congressman and those congressmen Ted it feels morally compelled to to a degree to break ranks with their party but they didn't bring cranks until really the public had to turn to get the present with those tapes and I don't know if I can just ask you to expand on something you touched on a moment ago the media landscape of the nineteen seventies there was a single set of facts and perhaps in a way there is now the way that people experience the Nixon tapes in the sort of Nixon impeachment process was quite different for that reason for the media landscape people heard a sort of single narrative about what happened what events transpired there was agreement on the facts now you know people here near there insides version of this and there's very little agreement on the facts what happened any of the sort of underlying nature of the moral issues at stake well with that portrays the cost in mind let's turn our minds to woods this week's events the third impeachment trial of a president the culmination of months of investigations in Washington DC and events that began to become public in August last year the the first screen in the forties to investigate Burris must be different a new Ukraine finally breaking from its corrupt dealings with Ukraine yesterday we were presented with a record of a call between the president of the United States and the president of Ukraine in which the president our president sacrificed our national security this is a sham and should be allowed I want to find out who is the whistle blower we are keeping the Republic from a president who says I can do whatever I want not so they the system of government that's not happening again Senate Republicans face a choice today between a fair trial and a farce we will reject this in coherent case that comes no where near justifying the first presidential removal and history corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one's oath of office that I can imagine it is therefore ordered in a judged that the said Donald John trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles John Daniel Davis and not a montage made it sound quite dramatic but in many ways ended in a damp squib nobody really change their minds Republicans and Democrats began with a where they ended with a well why is that this contrast with that Nixon prices we were talking about one part I think this goes back to the erosion of confidence that the American people have in their leaders and in their institutions it you know a lot of people tune this out the networks that ran the impeachment hearings instead of daily soap operas during this fiasco over the past couple months saw the readings drop people would rather watch daytime soap operas then watch the impeachment inquiry play out in part I think because of the cynicism that people have toward our political class Republicans and Democrats alike people see this grandstanding they see what they feel is an entirely partisan process and in fact wasn't entirely partisan process this is not like the impeachment of either Nixon or Bill Clinton in which you had party crossover this was partisan from the beginning not only this but I think a lot of Republicans sort of June this out because they feel as though the Democrats have been trying to impeach Donald Trump from the time that he won the election in twenty sixteen respect it would you agree with us well certainly true that there was a resolution peach mint introduced by representative Al Green just weeks after president trump was inaugurated in I think Republicans have kind of use that as evidence of the fact that the Democrats never really accepted the legitimacy on president trump's our election I think this is fueled by the fact of course that Hillary Clinton got three million more votes than Donald Trump did in the popular vote on a blood diet having the most votes doesn't get you the presidency there is this archaic and some people would consider on dangerously outdated institution called the electoral college and it's not just getting the most votes it's where those votes are but I don't think that excuses a lot of the excesses that president trump exercised are you beginning with what's commonly called the the Muslim band that which was his and right out of the gate something he did and I think convinced a lot of Democrats that Donald Trump was a dangerous man and I think that that xcelerated the desire on the part of the Democrats first of all to keep wary eye on him and secondly be prepared to sanction him if they felt he really got out of hand and I think think July twenty fifth telephone call with presidents of whiskey arm was an example of that but but but let's let's be honest though the impeachment inquiry that was initiated several months ago that's now culminated in the acquittal that was the fourth vote in the house for impeachment the first being al green's weeks after he took office but the third one which forty percent of house Democrats supported more than forty percent was to impeach the president for tweeting mean things about the squad so let's let's get real about what the Democrats have been wanting to do and why trump on the election.
"nixon camp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"On the west coast it's eleven eleven o'clock. PM in turning her back. we're talking you you want to pick up well let me go ahead I bring rex back here he's gonna finish up but you wanted to make important a pointer to go ahead do it man wow what what happened a lot of what turn this around Dave with the American public was that Ted offense that that occurred in January of sixty eight right meaning you know we're being told in the media was town is that things are great and that were stopping the communists and were win in the wind and the war and everything's wonderful well then the north Vietnamese surprised everybody by this and the Vietcong this. surprise attack on at the tet holiday where they attack like thirty something south Vietnamese city city hall on him and hit the American news that wait a minute maybe this thing is it going to end anytime soon after all and matter of fact do you the U. S. at cat was not a successful military operation see that's what's that's a map yeah. the Americans one cat okay so but their dog chasing the tail of it was is that we we've sol after ten offensive in January of sixty eight that this thing is not going to end anytime soon and maybe a lot of our leaders looked at and said there's no end in sight and quite frankly I think Johnson realize that two in March of sixty eight when at the end of a speech about Vietnam he closed it by saying I will will not accept a my not the nomination of my party as another as ad for another term as your president so he basically said I'm done with us and and because he knew that was no end to it well yeah but they they did it says here in may the US the north Vietnamese begin preliminary peace talks in Paris with the goal of ending the war in some two thousand servicemen are killed in Vietnam during the month the new record say because what happened here was here was the anomaly of it yeah we knew that it had no end in sight yeah we needed to be out of there however remember up till that point the US had never quote unquote lost a war so they couldn't get out of there without some kind of honorable way out in that ship Johnson out because Johnson couldn't just say I'm going to be the first president has lost a war Nixon had the same problem when he inherited the war he couldn't get a fair were leave and we're get matter here because of which show the weakness of the American military in the American spirit so they they hung in there and kept fighting and kept on the because maybe more on a pride thing than anything there was well the military object well let's just get in there we're Richards perspective in rich I looks good and wrap it up then I've got Ron and wants to a chime in on on stuff. okay yeah they've all close your quick fix fixed. they're playing and former show tonight. and although she but you are very strong individuals at Penn Johnny axis top on June thanks rob or have worked out we're. Johnson was warm when it started. makes sense to warn portent **** now. what. I want to say that she says. what's your call please how did then what was next since real. involvement in it how did it get in the car but I'm going to go back to Wall shade if you find sign though they have no closure about this war Tony okay rich to have no closure let me tell you a story about Richard Nixon that came out during the the release of the tapes the post Watergate tapes and that it and it's the American government doesn't hide from nas's there sat there is displays at the marginal National Archives in at the Smithsonian's that talk about this and that is when the sixty eight election came around it was Nixon versus Humphrey don't forget because Johnson did not ride yeah and RFK had been shot in June so it ended up Humphrey versus next then and the Democrats were paralyzed by the Chicago convention and the rise of yeah the riots between the anti war movement on TV against the police and it was just a disaster of a can bench you were here we get toward the sixty eight election and what happened Humphrey was a pro Vietnam guy he was he was he was with Johnson's camp but as Humphrey toward the end looked like he was gonna get beat the Johnson campaign reversed tactics and declared a ceasefire and Humphrey actually came out and said you know what I'm against the war to on second thought well then Humphries numbers got escalated in the race became very close while they were supposed to be Paris peace talks at that time where they were going to sit down and try to end this war that was in may yeah well later than that closer to the election and Nixon's camp was terrified that Hey if there's all this was October of sixty eight and if there is a last minute peace accord reached Nixon thought wow I'm gonna have another election stolen from me. by these lousy Democrats just like it happened in six whether good is still on election. oracle fact without any doubt whatsoever this is not some kooky generous saying anything this is the absolute truth that Richard Nixon recruited a lady name Anna Chenault who was south Vietnamese lady who was a close tie ins with the south Vietnamese government and the Nixon camp bad her propaganda to go to the south Vietnamese and say do not participate in peace talks because he you're gonna get a better deal when I'm president so just stall the thing leave the table don't cut a deal and you'll see when I come around in January of sixty nine that it'll get better for you guys that is an absolute historical fact and to sit there and say that American politician who later would be a president. circumvented peace talks just to be a lack well we got that going on today with our buddy John Kerry and the Iranians he doubled under Cutten trump every which way it has absolutely horror rip that's ranked at a candidate who later won the election was making deals not to talk peace so they could be a lack okay were you think works there. I couldn't agree more. Democrats venture about anyone. anywhere. warriors gentry. just want. take our lives over this country sh they don't want this country to be social worker they want it to be. the one that will. your turn. it goes both ways guys you're mixing was a Republican yeah right it's not it wasn't a Democrat versus Republican dang it was both about my work well I think I hear both were dirty yeah but here's what I here's what I'm thinking right now is that Nixon was good a figure that the way he was good in the wars usually go there bomb the hell out of input that might there and put an end of the thing which he was to end up being right because we actually had a piece of cord and he did get something accomplished we got everybody the hell out of there and that's something that Johnson didn't do right after the war well yeah to yet if you're gonna go fight the damn thing go by didn't win it don't play Patty cake that was his theory I'm gonna bomb that HM that's for eight I had a hundred. till they come back to the table and give up see the American public the American public to dumb **** that at that time Nixon said the silent majority was behind him but we'll talk more about that well let's let let you go ahead and wrap it up for me because I take a break and how that I wanna get Ron on here give his perspective okay I'm not not much more straight love the lord shall a laptop in the boat yeah I still. my coupons on that what's the bottom line why we even wanna were there well I got involved in this war and Baytown back in no not normal to this they're coming they're very functional don't get me wrong very functional very. but they still got. yeah thank you they were put through that our jobs believe it all yeah well there there's not no no doubt about that now that's that's the crying shame the whole thing and we end up fighting over there losing all those people and people being wounded and stuff then yes for for what reason ends up becoming communist and now they're trading partners and you know we're getting goods from over there I mean it's just unbelievable what what's turned around he asked the question that's why I think it's important look back and think Hey Richard thank you very much man I look forward to talking next weekend right date back top people thank you brother okay guys I hear the music little bit more of Mick and the boys will take little short break right here in America's.
"nixon camp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That's right out of the exit. Traffic is they got two lanes cleared about thirty five miles an hour. Yeah. An amateur hour. They're on the road this hour, you see very many cars in the ditch. No, not knocked down team on. Yeah. Oh, well, that's good. We've had some reports tonight. There's been a few here and there and stuff I think as long as the whole key. I think everybody that's out on the road. They know how to drive and I think the key is to slow down. And you can Nate navigate around. Meggett? Yeah. Okay. Good. Well, hey, thanks for the and our buddy. Okay. Thanks, brother. Okay. Tony go ahead then. Yeah. So Dixon's down in Florida, and he gets he looks in the newspaper. There's a little small article about this bug break in the Democratic National Committee the night before. And he's thinking what the heck what why did these guys do this? And wait till I get back to Washington, I'm gonna find out and reams some people for the stupid escapade. And the first reports were out of Nixon camp was in its third rate burglary has nothing to do with the White House. Oh, okay. Well, that was a public spin. Yeah. Okay. That's not good. It's a lie. It sounded good third race. Nixon gets back to Washington and starts having some meetings with some cabinet people trying to find out what happened and what didn't happen. Now, we find out later that all these conversations were taped. We'll get to look into later in the conversation one of them which was June. Twentieth. Two three days after the break in is where the infamous eighteen and a half minute gap where whereas erased conversation the twenty third with Haldeman had to do with the CIA and the FBI which is huge, and we'll get into that in just a minute. Okay. Well, hey, let me go ahead and say hi to bloom mule real quick is that's one of your buddies here and.
"nixon camp" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"We are back denial of Justice with Mark Shaw. So Mark, basically the district attorney's office said we're not going to just continue with us. And that was it. And as I said, I'm sorry. I went over a little bit. I'm obviously, you know, I'm very passionate about this. And I really want Dorothy to get the Justice. She deserved by the way, I checked the Email while we're on the break there. And a couple of writers said unbelievable and shocking about the Jack ruby trial transcripts, and then one person said what's the site? And that's it. Mark shaw. Looks dot com. Doesn't cost you anything. You don't even have to buy the book if you don't want to anymore because all of those transcripts are up there. But yes, and and completely against, you know, all of the evidence that they had and and you ask about the main suspect, and and when I talk to detective romo's, he even said, you know, I wonder if Ron Pataki that's just journalists name that Dorothy trusted with all of her JFK assassination information, including I believe. This material in the Jack ruby trial transcripts. He said, I wonder if Pataki sold that material to somebody meant that, you know, meant that he knew that that Pataki was a suspect. And what have I learned about him? Well, again, I praised your show because a gentleman in southern California Ken Edwards. Got a hold of me and direct me to cousins of Ron Pataki's one. Who said that Pataki had admitted he was the last person to see Dorothy alive and the other. Remember, we talked about that incriminating palm that Pataki wrote. I have it. We can go through it. But that it was about Dorothy, and it includes facts as I told Rama's and Hurley that only the killer could no, and you and I both know George that when there's a homicide. Detectives look at motive means opportunity and benefit from the crime one of those fits Pataki. So that's why psychic some. Time to work with police departments are very cautious because they know things assuming they're good psychics. They know things that only the killer knows. And when you tell a cop that they're gonna go how does this person know this? Yeah, there you go. And and that's that's the way that you, you know, you solve a crime. And so I'm gonna keep after the DA's office. But Pataki admitted we had some new material about violence in his past as well. He admitted that he had gone to what they called an assassin school in Central America. And we check that out. And there actually was one after he flunked out of Stanford. There's all kinds of new information about him. And he has all the tendencies of a of a cycle of a psychopath with pathological tendencies, a serial liar. The the exact kind of person that unfortunately, Dorothy, trusted with all of her information. And I'll go one step further. I had a source close to the. The district attorney's office who told me that the actually the reason they stopped the investigation is because they found Dorothy, kill gallons JFK assassination. File that went missing when she was dead. And I've used investigators to try to check on that. And we're going to continue to do that. But what I need now is a grand jury investigation into Dorothy death. Let's take some calls here with the time. We've got left. Let's go to Steven New York City to get us started. Hey, Steven, go ahead. Are you does actually I'm the credibility of film comes into play with JFK snaps nation. Doesn't seem to be frames are missing something's wrong. And. Think about that. And also some people think he's alive JFK not alive. I'll give you that. But what about the film any? Well, the the only problem I you know, I look at at at the evidence. And and and there's been question marks about whether it was, you know, tampered with or whatever, but all of that with regard to Oswald, and the the bullets, and where it was, you know, whatever happened that way, you know, I I'm not an expert on those kinds of things I will tell you that in the book, though, there is a significant new document. And again, this was a listener to a program and a reader of the book, I have Jesse curry the Dallas police department chief of police is a little autobiography that he published in nineteen seventy I believe and a copy of it a covers in the book and the most shocking disclosure in their George and for the call. Is that he admits that Justice at just after JFK was shot. He sent officers to the overpass not to the book deposits trait. And that is something that Dorothy put in a column and the J Edgar Hoover, then we have the column she wrote, and he writes beside it wrong wrong wrong in his own handwriting. So right away. There was confusion about what happened in Daley plaza. As Jack ruby watched the assassination, for God's sakes. What do you think of e Howard hunt, telling his son Saint John hunt that he was involved in the assassination? There's been some conjecture that there was a a meeting after the assassination some say, it was before whatever where things like that were discussed, and you know, there were so many motives sure there were to eliminate JFK. But if you really look at it a sense way Dorothy believed, it was a mob hit from start to finish had the the main motive you bring. In Oswald as a bit player you bring in ruby then to get rid of Oswald. You bring in Melvin belli the lawyer who's a mafia wannabe to silence ruby. That's what she figured out. They figure with JFK out of the way Bobby Kennedy would back off. Absolutely. And that's what he did. They never bothered those guys again, first time caller, Anthony in Nashville, Tennessee, go ahead. Anthony. Hello, George and Mark. How are you? Thank you. I was wondering if Mark is aware that there is a FBI document to the effect that Jack ruby worked for Richard m Nixon in nineteen forty seven. And this document is asking him to be excused by the staff of Richard m Nixon that he's doing some information works for them. Well, thank you. That's a good question. I I, you know, I wrote the the second book here denial adjust is for people who had read the first book and had not. And I've gotten a lot of Email about the whole involvement of Richard Nixon in the JFK assassination, and and H W Bush, and and these these other people I think there is some evidence that ruby was associated with perhaps people in the Nixon camp. But again, I I don't know where that leads us exactly because it's very difficult to tie Nixon in with the killing of Kennedy and all these other kinds of things. So it's not an area that I have moved forward with. But perhaps another researcher will come up with more proof about that. Jack, ruby died, of course of cancer was that unusual by itself, Mark. Well, remember, the only reason I ever got into this. And and I guess, you know, the other day somebody I said, I'm about the foremost expert about the JFK assassination written four books about it now, including the health with. Dorothy, but remember I got into this because I wrote a biography of Bela who was Jack Ruby's attorney and one of belli's friends told me that when after Dorothy died bell. I said they've killed Dorothy. Now, they'll go after Jack ruby, and so that's what was the quote that got me into this. And you know, I'm curious person. Like, you are George I I could never let get that quote out of my mind, and that's led to everything with with the two books about Dorothy. Yup. Jack, ruby die two years after Dorothy did ironically in the same hospital that they took president John F Kennedy park. Interesting enough, his conviction was overturned. He died a free, man. Why was it overturned the, you know, publicity? In fact, little known fact, that's in denial of Justice is that it was overturned because of the problems with publicity in Dallas, which means it makes a lot of difference. But the new trial was going to be in Kansas. They were moving away over two cans. Says to get away from that with a second trial. But unfortunately, ruby, you know, he tried to kill himself three times in prison, and then he died of cancer. And so, you know, denial of Justice, by the way, the title has to do with four people having denial of Justice JFK man was murdered. Yup. Dorothy Kilgallen never got an investigation, Jack, ruby he didn't get a fair trial and Lee Harvey Oswald who got no trial. Absolutely now Lee Harvey Oswald. Do you think he was part of it? Yes. Yeah. Dorsey had connected, and I have new information in denial Justice connections between Oswald and Marcelo Orleans. There you go. And also, then you you add in ruby with that. And so I think she'd connected all three that way. But Oswald was a, you know, he said he was patchy I think he'd probably was telling the truth. Yes. But the biggest problem he had is that he got caught. And then you can't you can't have him, you know, spilling the beans about who got him involved in. So you bring in ruby and you bring in ballet and so forth Mark in Raleigh, North Carolina. Welcome to the show, Mark. Go ahead. Hi, I have a unique connection to the JFK assassination Bilas grandmother's best friend was the wife of John hurt a former army intelligence officer in World War cheese. And he's also the person that Oswald phone by name and had his number memorized from the Dallas jail. Also, of course, the next day. You know Oswald was killed as well. It was also spotted here in North Carolina coast place, they say they called the illusionary warfare training center, which was a place designed to train men who formerly had government service to be to pretend to be defectors to the Soviet Union. And then to come back and bring back whatever kind of I guess information, they had which of course, is what Oswald did John hurt was an interesting figure. He lived over in downtown volley home has gone he had Tuban living in his building. He also made a lot of trips to New Orleans as well. Cinders on the Warren commission said I find it very disturbing that the FBI he's not visited this, man. You know, because the man shot the president made a phone call from the jail to this home. Well, you bring up you bring up a good point there about you know, again, you're you're touching on New Orleans. And I found a memo that's never been published before the national archives from J Edgar Hoover to the Warren commission because you may remember that Dorothy exposed Jack Ruby's testimony before the Warren commission before it was supposed to be released. And this letter is escaping letter from from of J Edgar Hoover to the Warren commission general counsel saying that they interrogated Dorothy and who's your source and everything and did you go to New Orleans, and why did you go there and all this? And of course, the famous quote in there that I had in the reporter who knew too much now, I know where it came from. She told those agents, I would rather die than reveal my source. That's the integrity that this woman had but everything. Revolved around New Orleans in in Dorothy mind, and that all came from those two interviews that she had with Jack ruby at the trial. Do you think Jack ruby told her the truth?.
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"And again, this was a listener to a program and a reader of the book, I have Jesse curry the Dallas police department chief of police is a little autobiography that he published in nineteen seventy I believe and a copy of it a covers in the book and the most shocking disclosure in their George and for the caller is that he admits that Justice at just after j. K was shot. He sent officers to the overpass not to the positive. That's right. And that is something that Dorothy put in a column and the J Edgar Hoover, then we have the column she wrote, and he writes beside it wrong wrong wrong in his own handwriting. So right away. There was confusion about what happened in Daley plaza. As Jack ruby watched the assassination, for God's sakes. What do you think of e Howard hunt, telling his son Saint John hunt that he was involved in the assassination? There's been some conjecture that there was a meeting after the assassination some say, it was before whatever where things like that were discussed, and you know, there were so many motives sure there were to eliminate JFK. But if you really look at it a common sense way Dorothy believed it was a mob hit from start to finish. Hello had the the main motive you bring in Oswald is a bit player you bring in ruby then to. Get rid of Oswald. You bring in Melvin belli the lawyer who's a mafia wannabe to silence ruby. That's what she figured out. They figure JFK out of the way Bobby Kennedy would back off. Absolutely. And that's what he did. They never bothered those guys again, first time caller, Anthony in Nashville, Tennessee, go ahead. Anthony. Hello, George and Mark. How are you? Thank you. I was wondering if Mark is aware that there is a FBI document to the effect that Jack ruby worked for Richard m Nixon in nineteen forty seven. And this document is asking him to be excused by the staff of Richard Nixon. That he's doing some information works for them. Well, thank you. That's a good question. I I, you know, I wrote the the second book here denial Justice for people who had read the first book and had not. And I've gotten a lot of Email about the whole involvement of Richard Nixon in the JFK assassination, and and H W Bush, and and these these other people I think there is some evidence that ruby was associated with perhaps people in the Nixon camp. But again, I I don't know where that leads us exactly because it's very difficult to tie Nixon in with the killing of Kennedy and all these other kinds of things. So it's not an area that I have moved forward with. But perhaps another researcher will come up with more proof about that. Jack, ruby died, of course of cancer was that unusual by itself, Mark. Well, remember, the only reason I ever got into this. And and I guess, you know, the other day somebody I said, I'm about the foremost expert about the JFK assassination written four books about it. Now, including the help with..
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"Live from NPR news in Culver City, California into Wayne Brown. A third woman has come forward today with sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Meanwhile, the lawyer for second woman says his client would be willing to testify before the Senate committee votes on Kavanagh's nomination. But as NPR's Dan Boyce tells us from Colorado, Deborah Ramirez has not been asked to testify. Deborah Ramirez accuses Cavanaugh of exposing himself and thrusting himself in her face during a drunken party when they were students at Yale in the eighties. Her attorney John Cloonan says Ramirez is hoping for an FBI investigation into the matter like Kavanagh's other accuser, Christine, Blasi Ford, friends, describe Ramirez who lives in Boulder, Colorado as intensely private. And she hasn't spoken to reporters since the New Yorker published her account on Sunday, both cavenaugh and President Trump have publicly dismissed her accusations. For NPR news. I'm Dan boys in Denver in South Carolina. The lingering effects from hurricane Florence may soon be felt in the historic Georgetown area popular with many tourists. Several rivers are expected to crest in the region this weekend and thousands of folks have been urged to flee the small town tucked between Myrtle Beach and Charleston, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster says the flooding is far from over. We've never had fluids like this as you know, where hurricane came straight into the state hours in North Carolina and didn't go through in about twelve hours like Hugo and others did but stayed for three days. We've never seen this much more FEMA says flood victims in the Carolinas will have to be patient as the event continues to unfold thousands of people within the state have had to move as their communities are flooded or isolated stocks finished lower across the board today on Wall Street after the fed short term interest rates for third time this year, citing strong, economic growth. The Dow dropped one hundred six points. This is NPR and you're listening to WNYC in New York. I'm Jimmy Floyd Cynthia Nixon lost the democratic primary earlier this month, but remains on the November ballot on the working families party line. The WFP is weighing whether to leave her there or put their arch enemy governor Cuomo on her line instead leaders of the small left leaning party say they don't want to split the democratic vote and help Republicans win the governor's mansion also to preserve the ballot line for the next election working families needs to get at least fifty thousand votes this time to accomplish both goals. They could give Nixon's line to Cuomo though, many in the party detest him complicating the calculus in New York candidate like Nixon camp just withdraw from the ballot. She'd have to either die move or run for another position. So working families has been holding an assembly ballot line on the Upper West side for Nixon to us as an escape hatch. The party is meeting this week. Next to decide New York state police say a person shot by trooper during a confrontation in the Hudson valley has died of their injuries. Police say troopers responded around eleven AM yesterday to a report of intoxicated individual armed with a knife. Who was threatening a woman at a local restaurant. Authorities say after troopers arrived at the scene one of them shot at the suspect after they say he charged at them. EMS transported him to the hospital where he later died the suspect's name and the name of the trooper have not yet been released and hundreds of tenants poured into a federal courtroom downtown today to tell a federal judge about squalid conditions in public housing..
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"I heart radio station. And we got sixty six degrees at twelve noon. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. Multiple deaths reported in a workplace shooting in Perriman, Maryland, that's north of Baltimore unconfirmed reports of at least five people shot at a ride a distribution center there. It's believed three people are dead the female shooter among those shot. It's not known if she is among the dead Colleen Richardson lives nearby. We had at least three choppers that I counted in the air. And I know they're still there and roads are still closed. They're still looking and investigating. And it was it was just crazy, and you wouldn't think with this kind of like sleepy calm area that anything like this. What happened a Republicans giving an ultimatum to the college professor says the prem- court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexually assaulted her. When they were teenagers in the early nineteen eighties. Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley is given Christine Blasi Ford until tomorrow to decide whether she'll testify to hearing on Monday. Here's correspondent Terry Moran clock is ticking. Senator Chuck Grassley, who's the Republican chairman of the judiciary committee has set that Friday deadline, not just for Christine Blasi four to agree to testify. But to submit her statement in writing Grassley says that committee rules, and he's doing this. He says because the constitution gives the Senate the exclusive responsibility to advise and consent on nominations. And it's the Senate that will investigate that's not good enough Christine Blasi Ford and right now, there's no sign that anyone is budget at arrest has been made in the stabbing death of a woman who was attacked while jogging in the nation's capital, Wendy. Martinez of northwest. Washington stabbed several times last night in a trendy Washington neighborhood, she staggered into a nearby restaurant where patrons tried unsuccessfully to save her life and police believe the killing was likely a random attack again they've made an arrest Catholic bishops are setting up a hotline to feel complaints of sexual abuse by priests at what they called this time of shame and sorrow Catholic bishops in the US established a reporting system run by a third party to field complaints of sexual abuse of minors or sexual misconduct with adults the bishops conceded their actions or their failures to act of caused great harm to both individuals. And the church is a whole they said they've used their authority and power to manipulate and sexually abuse others and allowed fear of scandal to replace genuine concern for victims as ABC's Aaron Katersky. New Jersey transit is temporarily cutting fares ahead of expected service disruptions starting on Sunday Tober to thirteenth more than a dozen trains will be discontinued or we'll see route changes the fares are coming down. Ten percent, Cynthia Nixon lost big. The governor Cuomo in last week's democratic primary, but she says she's still not ready to endorse him if governor Cuomo one Cynthia Nixon endorsement, if he wants to truly unite the Democratic Party, he's got to own up to mail or gate, the Mailer linking Nixon to anti-semitism that the Nixon camp says Cuomo and his people are still lying about Cuomo's GOP challenger once longtime eight Larry Schwarz fired for approving it. But despite reports top Cuomo aides and officials knew about the Mailer Cuomo's campaign will only admit it was a mistake. Inappropriate. And that Schwartz. The volunteer only saw the positive part of it Alice. Stockton Rossini seven ten WRR and a navy seal is in custody after allegations that he was involved in the two thousand seventeen execution of a detainee in Iran. The suspect has not been charged with a crime, nor have they been identified. Seal officials told the navy times a servicemember currently assigned to a naval special warfare unit is under investigation by the NCIS for professional misconduct while deployed in Iraq in two thousand seventeen special ops. Later isn't a navy prison as the probe continues. Seven officials at five commands, including the Pentagon have told the navy times about the alleged execution of the prisoner of war with a blade. Mike Bauer for seven ten W O R and the forecast coming.
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"But you know, what I think that I'm going to the Bill here in terms of hoping that Sean Patrick is. The attorney, and it's just, you know, a couple dealing with different points of view in terms in general, but voting together in terms of the governor. Marriage last many years. Results be good for everybody in New York state tonight. And then in November Mara Gaye from the New York Times editorial board. Do you have a sense of how at risk that congressional seat actually would be from the Democratic Party point of view, if Sean Sean Maloney were to have to vacate it tomorrow morning. Yeah. It's something we're going to be looking at extremely closely. If Sean Pat phony wins, we've been discussing as it is absolutely a. Tossup district. It's not a solidly blue district. And you know, that was one of the reasons frankly that we were ultimately lied to teach us is Africa out wasn't the only reason I wasn't I reason but that was a concern. Just because of you know, where the Republican party is right now Fred mogul, WNYC state politics. Reporter do you have any insight on this? I don't I really don't want to overplay my hand in terms of closely following the the Hudson valley congressional districts is I've been keeping tabs a little bit on one of the adjacent districts with John fast. So the the primary that that setup that contest, but I'm not not on top of district much. Well, we'll be going around the horn folks, a little on this New York. We have reporters standing by various headquarters. In addition to the Nixon camp and the state Democratic Party establishment camp back in Cuomo and with us briefly right now WNYC's Mara silvers Letitia James for attorney general headquarters. Hi, mara. Can you set the scene for us set the scene for us? Yeah. There's a couple of dozen supporters here. It's a pretty impressive turnout. And there was a big cheer that went up when the close people seem really excited, and I spoke to one person from tissues campaign who said that she'd been running around the city all day she's resting at home right now. But should be here. Sometime this hour and feeling predict cited did you say ten to fifteen people? Oh, no. A couple dozen people. Right. Okay. Who who is there? Do you have a sense of who's there and why they support Letitia James? Yeah. I spoke to one woman who said that she started really supporting a kiss James just as a person after the twenty sixteen election, and she said, whatever his James does I'm going to get behind her because she's a strong candidate for anything. And when she started to run for Torney general. She said, okay, I'm all in and she had a couple more than one historians button on her. So she really did seem like an ardent supporter, and you don't have any tea leaves their right? No results that we're not seeing from here. We are watching New York one. And right now, it seems like they're fairly focused on the governor's race. So no, no numbers that I can see right now. All right Myra, silvers Letitia James for attorney general headquarters Nella Goto. Cleo Chang from Gotham covering suffer. Teach out tonight. Hi, cleo. I think that's in the next room from Cynthia Nixon is that right? Yeah, they're all in the same. Cindy, Nixon's Africa, John Williams, all have the same party tonight. So every all their supporters are here together is that working families party headquarters? Yup. It's cafe Omar in Denmark, but it's WBZ. Right. So where's the teach out room in relation to the Nixon room? Well, everyone in mingling around I haven't found a specific teach out room yet. But everyone here is looking to, you know, you're voting for, you know, supporting different kinds of your for one or the one of the three kind of especially but all of them everyone. I've spoken to is running for all three and with respect to zephyr teach out. Do you have any sense of who's there and why they support their candidate? Yeah. I spoke to one woman who was a little bit torn between test Janssen's effort because they're both such strong candidates. But you know, she thought that she is closest to the former. Really put her over the edge, and especially the real estate money that but you ended up with ever going for that for Cleo Chang from golfing this that teach out headquarters. Thanks a lot and Jake often hearts from Gotham. This does that Sean Patrick Maloney headquarters. Hi, jake. Hi, ryan. How's it going good? So his congressional district which we've mentioned earlier is north of the city it runs up to poughkeepsie out west to port Jervis over the Brewster near the Connecticut line and down to around Armonk for people who don't know what that district is. Where's this headquarters tonight? He's a nasty at all on fourteenth street between seventh and eight thousand who's there and whether they support their candidate. It's a good question. I've been trying to figure out it seems like for the most part, it's really just campaign, staff and tear. I here there's a couple. I mean, there's one supporter of able to find he's a he's an attorney. He likes the fact that Malani is kind of bipartisan that he wouldn't go over go after Trump for everything is what he said to me. So it it seems like not a huge turnout for pretty subdued crowded over here. Couldn't tell that. He wouldn't go Trump after Trump for everything from his TV commercials. I'll tell you that but Jake off hearts from Gotham ass-, thanks for checking in from Sean, Patrick Maloney headquarters and Mara Gaye from the New York Times editorial board that's kind of telling that, the only people at Maloney headquarters are campaign staff in. Away when you look at this field. He seems like the guy with no base but a ton of money. That's right. You know, I actually did my own little straw poll earlier today, and I spoke to some friends and their family members who I grew up with in Westchester county may ask me about Maloney. They said, oh, we'd like his is. He seems like he's experienced. I think that the ad by that Romney and other real estate interest groups have helped Maloney out with has been extremely effective. And you know, we'll see how that shakes out alternately. But, but it really doesn't mean that you have a, you know, a base of grassroots support is just really shows you the power of money in politics. There is real energy in the grass roots right now for these campaigns like teach out and others that haven't taken corporate donations haven't taken pack money. There is there is actually excuse me LLC money. There is. Interest in those campaign, but you know, whether that translates into electoral victories is a completely different story. And I think in some ways, you know, people who are running on reform tickets and reformers and folks who are really calling for Nixon's night. No matter what happens. I think with exciting is the not knowing on election night. What exactly is going to happen? I mean that in itself, I think for reformers is a victory. And hopefully that that sends a message to folks who are in office that they can't you know, that they are gonna have competitive primaries. From this point forward. We'll see if the money pays off he was leading by a little bit. As was mentioned and the last Sienna poll the other day, and he's definitely the one. I've been seeing on television every ten minutes, it seems like with the others not so much. So that's one of the things to watch tonight. WNYC metro editor David Lewis is in the studio with me now to give us whatever we have which might not be much, but David you'll tell us on any early returns. Brian, thanks. I'm here to give us our our first taste of the returns. And we did wait a little while because your listeners probably know the few of the votes that are counting the more likely the numbers are to change. But now we have fourteen point two percent of the votes being counted. And some things were starting to stabilize a little bit. And in the governor's race. We have governor Cuomo leading by sixty six percent and thirty three percent. I e Cynthia Nixon, which is about what the polls were showing. Interestingly though in the Lieutenant governor's. Race at least right now. Jimani Williams who is running on. The progressive ticket is ahead by fifty one point two percent to Cathy Hobo, the current Lieutenant governors forty eight point eight percent, which is also consistent with what the last polls show that they were neck and neck. Yes, is that means that the votes are being counted early in New York City, obviously, Germany Williams is from New York City. Kathy uncles upstate. So it's tough to read that but that is also consistent with the polls. And then in the attorney general's race, which you were just talking about all of Sean Patrick millones dollars hasn't gotten them to the head of the race. At least not yet with a fourteen point two percent of the precincts reporting. He's on just close to twenty percent. But Latisha James the public advocate is at forty eight percent and zephyr teach out is at twenty eight percent. So both of them. Well, ahead of Sean Patrick morning at least now in the early early counting. And I guess there's no way to tell what part of the state this. I fourteen. Percent is being counted in because of its in Brooklyn, for example, then you would expect a higher than the final result percentage both for Jimani Williams and for Letitia James, but we don't know that. Yes. But what what these numbers? These early numbers are showing is that what we refer to ensure the establishment wing of the party is maintaining its position Kathy hobos a little shaky there. But we knew that from the polls tips James has been campaigning with governor Cuomo. I I know she takes issue sometimes with the establishment candidate. But at least for this race. That's what she's been tagged with WNYC metro editor David Lewis. Thanks a lot. We'll keep checking in with you. It's New York. Primary night on WNYC our coverage contenders. Hi,.
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"Don't be suckered into this stuff. I said this on Twitter yesterday. And you can follow me at WTMJ. Steve. If you'd have told me a candidate would have been arrested nine times. And now, I find out refuses to debates I would say that's not going to get a lot of votes. But yet here we are is that not an example of twenty eighteen politics. That the Democrats whether they didn't know or didn't care threw up a candidate against Paul Ryan funded him with all kinds of money from Hollywood from other sources out of state and candidate Brian style. His opponent said ninety eight percent of Randy braces money comes from out of state. What do you say about a party that does that the backs a candidate? Like Randy, Bryce. I will link Tammy Baldwin and Randy Bryce. Bryce appears. Unwilling to debate his opponent Brian style Tammy Baldwin for all the time. She shows up on your TV. Question. How much she shows up answering tough questions from Milwaukee media. Not very often. She ignores the most populous states in the state publicity in the state rather. Which depending on who you talk to generates about seventy percent of the economy of our states acts like it, doesn't it doesn't exist. Doesn't belong in her world. With a lot of degree from the university of Wisconsin, Madison. She spent a career in politics, working your way up. Becoming the junior Senator from Wisconsin. Ask her for a list of achievements. Not the stuff. She puts in her commercials. Not the things she takes credit for. But yet has been really absence or missing in action. I e. That scandal. Ask her those tough questions she's getting away with it. Just like Randy Bryce is getting away with it not responding in live debates, not responding to live media requests for interviews. And I've thrown this out there, and I'll continue to do it every weekend from now until November. She can come on this show. She can answer the questions in a civil way. Because those of you who listen to my show now that I'm not a yeller. Defend your positions. Or are you in the Cynthia Nixon camp the candidate actress candidate for governor New York who says in a debate format? Let's implement free healthcare for all. And then worry about how to pay for it. That's Tammy Baldwin. How do I know that? Because when she does her fundraisers, she's not bringing another democrat from Wisconsin. She's bringing in Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, the new rising star of the Democratic Party. Her behavior yesterday. Kamala Harris is was embarrassing. Should be a reason why people wouldn't vote for her. To put to pretend rather that. Brad Kavanagh was on trial yesterday. To allude to something that you have no evidence of. An investing not produce any evidence in this game that you're playing to show how tough you were. And how great a candidate would be in twenty twenty is disingenuous just as disingenuous as Tammy Baldwin. And Randy Bryce and anybody else who spends all their time working without a state interests yet accusing their opponents of doing that..
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"Different from what has happened before because certainly in other campaigns have always been attempts to get inside the other guys campaign to see what's going on don't forget that's what watergate was all about what did that lead to let me think now lead to some real ugliness and this of course makes that look like child's play during watergate you have people not government employees but employees of the nixon camp i guess trying to get inside the number crock national headquarters their office in the watergate office building and see exactly what they could find out what was in the dnc's files it might be useful in the campaign and that of course as we know blew up and eventually cost richard nixon the presidency now in this case the shoe is on the other foot you have the past president at least from what we understand authorizing the fbi to plant somebody inside the trump campaign so that the ex president barack obama where we able to benefit his chosen successor hillary clinton that's why this matters and they did this using government employees those using your tax dollars using the tax dollars of the us population us voting population to undermine the votes of those individuals whose tax dollars are being used this is incredibly dangerous if we wish to maintain a republic then it's time for folks on the left to say no this one bridge too far and it's time for the democrats to tend to their knitting get back to basics develop a platform that might help them win elections because he's still think there's big blue wave was going to happen and boy of news about that during the course of the show today congressman jody hicks i think it's hicks hi could be highs of georgia say that the resolution have put forward is simply request that justice be done we've got to get to the bottom of this to determine whether or not the department of justice and the fbi tip the scales of justice whether they tip the scales of justice it does appear that they did now you have newness are going to take a look at the documents today the offer from doj originally was your you come in and you're sitting our officers.
"nixon camp" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Nineteen sixty three to come around and see what martin luther king was trying to impress upon him and he finally did he finally sat down in june june eleventh nineteen sixty three and announced plans for civil rights legislation and this was a major speech of his administration and a major moment in the civil rights movement and it was a major moment for for martin luther king because at that moment he actually could rejoice and say to himself that he had lead john kennedy to recognize his own conscience and act upon it there was a ways to go of course before that would happen of course early on the white house was leery of inviting king to the white house for a public meeting and so in nineteen sixty one april twenty second a secret get together was arranged away from the white house as attorney general robert kennedy met with king and several others for an off the record luncheon in a private dining room at the mayflower hotel this was the first actual kennedy king meeting of any sort of how to go it was a little strain king was not the kind of person that the kennedy administration was used to talking to and really the purpose of the meeting was just to sort of feel him out see what kind of a guy he was see if they could work with him oh in the coming years as the leader of of america's african american population they talked they sat down and discussed the issues kennedy king was very forthright and the the advisors that were with on bobby kennedy came away rather impressed by the man he was somebody who they could really work with before that the only kennedy king intersection had been perhaps the most important is certainly one of the most wellknown telephone calls in history that was back during the kennedy nixon campaign of nineteen sixty what happened during the campaign martin luther king participated in a sit in at a restaurant in in atlanta and got arrested the this is right near the time of the election and this force both the nixon camp and the kennedy camp to respond nixon the nixon camp didn't want anything to do with it they just said no comment john kennedy by contrast decided to make a call credit king and talk.
"nixon camp" Discussed on WLOB
"Have you can have foreign products come into the united states the wealthiest personally but you're gonna pay tax regimes our market richard admission fee and you're just went college kids if you're if you go to a if you go to the university of virginia and you live in virginia in jewish in free gift of stood there jim you're gangs your trump's about it outage they tuition you know the door and we don't see minutes late injured capel actors though it is the redness what is the tariff activities everybody says a tax well it wages the price of a product we'll show due to the corporate taxes were count on there the you know the payroll taxes up that workers and the federal taxes workers come out of their salaries and wages and that didn't do recall all right we're not way newsflash all right pat in in the moments we have left were into the second year of the trump presidency every day is just hysteria and hype and uh frenzy what what is patrick j buchanan thank of the of the first year of the trump presidency i as a friend of mine since the nixon years uh it came to me it early he said you know this was during watergate you know when i got into this pat nixon camp pay it back in sixty seven i wanted to some excitement in my life but i think that's all yeah i think i think our excitement level who's got that from the us attorney as no kidding every day but you know it's uh it's i look there's no doubt trump has done mainly truly broken up the china which needs to be broke it up he's defiant he's not politically correct says pretty believes he's taken bold stands even when you disagree with it and he shook things up and any any addressing issues that were not addressed in the.
"nixon camp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The legs to the nearsighted picture with a strong gain adji's by eddie legend on the play mix in pick some seven yards and a second in short now for cincinnati or injury the coverage ought to now the official word is he is out and that's why any pleasanton their sweaty was it is actually you nickel back nickel defender and off the mix it inside one angolans to the right and fix it has enough for the first now but there was an offense wyman banged up on the buoyant slow to get up ships natty flexing his right leg as waffled bohdan tyler ripert they were working on him i for they were stretching him along among the sideline but i put it on the field now four suits doughty won't you drive your which broke be to play in the fourth hip to mix it again repeat it to a woman eat cannot break away jj watt first man there and then debbie on cloudy finishes at all for no gain on the lucrative as dixon secondary job of georgia these questionable kevin johnson out ended up with any was it who to say is your nickel barca's burly in cream jackson will be your first and second quarters here cincinnati take advantage of it pigs shots down the hill give one of the best receivers in football major figuring gets a loss of one second in a letter dalton looks and he throws to the right joe mix it was ready down by cloudy but nixon camped on going so man at man on top of joe mix it and he's still got extra yard give him credit to turn this into a third down in five at the forty want secure catching wrought like let you down a little bit david cloudy jump saw thinking of bringing down the two bitter dispute drive with those legs and disciplinary three after tea slithered for extra yardage and now it's thirty five from the forty one yard line in cincinnati territory giovanni bernard is yet beef flakes dalton into the right to receive which left one to the right dalton fire off the hands of love fell it was off one it would have been a firstdown out beer mid field all wasted opportunity there for andy dalton and edge four down were revived the.