28 Burst results for "Pat Cipollone"

"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Donald Trump, some of which some of those documents were marked top secret with the highest level of the SCI clearance. So I want to discuss this before we get into all the elections today with the panel. Let's bring in roger fisk and Obama alum Obama administration alum who's president of new day strategy as well as Bloomberg politics contributor Rick Davis. Guys, it just seems to be a daily drip drip drip. We were talking about how we could practically guarantee there'd be some sort of Trump legal news that drops during the show. This came, this was published by ABC News just a few minutes ago. My initial reaction is pat cipollone when the January 6th stuff came up in the January 6th committee, he was somebody who pointed who pushed against what he considered the errant voter fraud claims by former president Trump. Rick, would you imagine that as it relates to the storage of top secret documents, cipollone must have pushed back against this or what is the significance do you think in terms of the interview at pat cipollone and pat philbin, both interviewed by the FBI? Yeah, I think it's a really fascinating report because it indicates what we really don't know about this investigation. I mean, this investigation really came into the public eyes during one of our earlier shows. During the search of Mar-a-Lago and since then, we've been getting a drip drip drip of information about potential grand juries and what the affidavit says. And we've just been learning in real time. What the impact of this is going to be. I got to believe that everything we've seen of pets of Bologna is that he's been a cautious and concerned counsel in The White House who had the responsibility for the transition of these documents to the archives. And he probably did everything he thought was in his abilities to do. And it'll be fascinating to learn someday if we can, whether or not he even knew that these documents were taken out of The White House and down in Mar-a-Lago. So I got to believe his side of the story is going to be probably vanilla. This is how we handled it The White House. And then there was a whole other side of the story, which is what Donald Trump did in his last minute packing and scurrying off to Florida. Yeah, you wonder, this seems like such a serious issue that they're investigating there must have been numerous failures, or maybe one person in the former president, putting some stuff in a bag on his way out. I don't know. That's what I do when I move. I don't know what ends up in what box. Let's talk elections. And I think we've got to start of all the elections that are happening today, some really interesting primaries and a special election. We've got to start with congresswoman Liz Cheney and her reelection. The polls that have come out do not look good. She faces Harriet hagerman, who's the Trump anointed challenger in the Republican race for the Republican nomination in Wyoming. Let's play some sound from Liz Cheney's ad. Her latest ad, just to get a sense of exactly what she's campaigning on. Here's congresswoman Cheney's latest ad. No matter how long we must fight, this is a battle we will win. Millions of Americans across our nation, Republicans, Democrats, independents. Stand united in the cause of freedom. We are stronger, more dedicated and more determined than those trying to destroy our republic. This is our great task, and we will prevail. I hope you will join me in this fight. So you usually don't hear a member of Congress doing a campaign ad in their Republican primary calling on Republicans Democrats and independents in this valiant effort. But there is the idea that maybe Democrats and independents will register and vote in this Republican primary. Roger, what are the chances of not Republicans, but Democrats and independents saving Liz Cheney in this primary? Well, I think her problem is just mathematical, right? I don't think there's enough Democrats in Wyoming to do that. But it is interesting. And you know, what I might take away from it is you can kind of see in here looking past this election to weave together some of our thematic strands here and to build on your discussion with congressman Smith and how I mentioned he was a little bit of a welcomed throwback. I remember in the Clinton impeachment how, you know, these very lofty speeches about how you can't lie. And the GOP's message to president Clinton was you can't lie. And now the GOP's message took Liz Cheney Cheney is you must lie. You must embrace this big lie about 2020. And that's extremely troubling. And I think she looks at that and she realizes she might have a lane to not necessarily win national office, but certainly play some kind of a torpedo role. And I think she would really enjoy playing it. Yeah, not necessarily about winning is my takeaway here. Using the phrase destroy our republic, it seems like she's going for something bigger and broader than reelection. Rick, I guess it's one question to say, does she know she's gonna lose and she wants to make a stand anyway, but also, is there something else she's gunning for? Is it gonna be a super PAC that she sets up or a nonprofit or does she run for president or I mean, what is she preparing for? Well, I think the first thing that you've pointed out, Jack is that she hasn't actually been running for reelection. She hasn't been talking to the people. Of Wyoming about inflation and the rampant spending in Congress and the impact it's going to have on their taxes and I mean, these would be normal things that typical House member would say to their state in this case. And she hasn't done that. From the very get go said, my reelection is going to be all about Donald Trump and keeping him from ever being in the Oval Office again. And she stuck true to that. Every ad she's produced, even with her father, it's all been about Donald Trump. And so she's effectively used this platform to basically say, look, I know I'm probably not going to win reelection. Probably don't even want to try. I'm going to try and defeat Donald Trump and any ambitions he has in the future. And I have absolutely no doubt we should watch her speech tonight if we can stay up that late. And see what she says because I think like what roger was saying, listen to what she says. She will give us an idea, even though she won't lay out in full form what she's going to do next. She will give us an idea and my guess is that ideas she's going to continue to fight that she's waging against Donald Trump, however it manifests itself. Yeah, look, western, that's a western time zone in Wyoming. So if you're planning to stay up late

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Charlie Pierce Believes the FBI Must Have Inside Information on Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Charlie Pierce Believes the FBI Must Have Inside Information on Trump

"The thing is. I honestly believe all of those people, they don't know what the FBI grabbed. Right. I mean, they don't, I mean, Jim Jordan doesn't know what they have. They're way out on a limb. He doesn't know what they have. Yeah. That's the thing. But again, I mean, I go along with all of the FBI law enforcement types who say there is no federal judge who ever lived, who signs off on this warrant, unless it's absolutely. Yeah. They've got somebody saying something. Not just suspicions of what may are the fact of the national archives is pissed. I love the national archives and I think that people work there are wonderful, but that's not enough to get a federal judge to sign off on a warrant either. Yeah. We were saying with eastman and Clark, they were saying what it takes to get a warrant to get a raid on attorney like that. But you're right. For the former president, I mean, I think. If I were king of the forest, I would be very interested in what pat cipollone is always already told.

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Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:49 min | 4 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

"Obviously the hubris in this reporting, the Trump is, oh, I'm not concerned witch hunt. It'll be fine. But I mean, this is obviously we know from the two pat subpoenas this week that this has reached into the Oval Office, and obviously there is reporting that Trump's attorneys are counseling him that he may be indicted. So what do you take from all of this? From the latest recording. Three, really important data points, staff one. We saw the Rolling Stone reporting that Donald Trump's legal team is preparing for him to be indicted and this is what I love. This is why Donald Trump's legal team is like the worst legal team imaginable. Except for Alex Jones. Yeah, the good point. They're saying, we are preparing a defense that will be putting it on quote the fall guys. What did we see a couple of days later in last night's CNN reporting? Donald Trump has been counseled to cut off all contact with and not talk to Mark Meadows. The only reasonable inference we can draw from that is Meadows is flipping, right? Maybe he has flipped, maybe he hasn't flipped. That's what you counsel somebody when it comes to, you know, one of your buddies who is now cooperating with the feds do not talk to him anymore. And then the third data point is the pat cipollone subpoena to the grand jury and Steph all testimony is not created equal. Because the J 6 testimony that pat cipollone gave, we all saw it. Some of it on videotape, he wouldn't answer the big questions. He wouldn't talk about what Donald Trump said or did. He wouldn't talk about Trump's crimes. He gets away with that in the January 6th committee because they don't have a way to compel him. They can't test that privilege once he asserts it. When we get witnesses in the grand jury, we can test that privilege. We can overcome it in real time because when pat cipollone and the grand jury says executive privilege, I've done this a hundred times, not with executive privilege, but with attorney client privilege. Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination, spousal privilege. Doctor patient privilege, et cetera we walk over to chief judge barrel howells, chambers, the chief judge of the D.C. federal district court who has supervisory authority over the grand jury, and we litigate it in real time, and she rules, I predict, Joe Biden has an invoked the privilege, so you lose because Donald Trump doesn't get to invoke it. And there's a crime fraud exception. So belt and suspenders, you lose twice. Now, pat cipollone, go back in there and testify

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A number of stocks that actually had some handsome gains, but then we had Eli Lilly and a few others that fell on their earnings reports. So investors still tearing through all of that. And also parsing through some of the moves by central banks, hawkish commentary from both the Bank of England and from Cleveland fed president Loretta mester. And that's a check of markets. Headline news with Ed Baxter and San Francisco Ed. All right, Brian, coming back to you in just a minute here in Japan says China's fire ballistic missiles over Taiwan and into its exclusive economic zone. Japan's defense ministry condemning the firings and said it was the first time a ballistic missile belonging to China, had fallen into the zone. Meanwhile, China's called off the face to face meetings between its foreign minister and his counterpart in Japan, our response to Japanese criticism of the drills, House speaker Nancy Pelosi, in Japan today after leaving South Korea where she did visit the DMZ, a Russian court has sentenced Brittany griner to a 9 year sentence on drug charges, U.S. secretary of health, Xavier becerra has declared a health emergency from cases of monkeypox, top Taliban officials say they did not know that the Al-Qaeda leader was hiding in Afghanistan. Ukraine's president of volodymyr zelensky is urging China's president Xi Jinping to hold direct talks. Joe Biden continues to test positive remains in isolation. Florida's governor has suspended a prosecutor without pay for saying he doesn't intend to bring criminal cases or abortion Ron DeSantis says neglect of duty and incompetence and the federal prosecutors have subpoenaed one time Trump attorney pat cipollone to appear before a federal grand jury looking at Trump and his inner circle's role in the January 6th insurrection. It's a criminal grand jury. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. I just promised Brian yours. Thanks very much, Ed. The daybreak Asian media and tea leaves review here. From the sinta newspaper here in Hong Kong, which is known for its excellent contacts inside the government saying today is the day that the government will make a decision on cutting the duration of hotel quarantine. We've been waiting for this for weeks and weeks, while apparently it's coming today and that the new arrangement will be put in place next week. It's either going to be 5 days of hotel quarantine after which, if you're arriving, you'll be given a so called yellow health code for two days, or it will be four days of isolation in hotel, followed by three days of restricted movements. From the South China morning post, featuring comments here by the NSC spokesman John Kirby of the United States, the top official, that China's military operations around Taiwan are an effort by Beijing to change the status quo in the region. So this actually flips it around because it was China saying that Nancy Pelosi and going to Taiwan was an effort to change the status quo. But John Kirby is saying that the PLAs encirclement of Taiwan for live fire military drills has prompted the U.S. to leave some of its naval fleet in the area to monitor the situation. And finally, in the post as well, nationalist sentiment surged, but widespread disappointment soon set in, a way boy users said, I can't believe it, I was about to celebrate the unification with Taiwan by force. China is strong enough to do so, isn't it? The comment was in response to Beijing's apparently muted reaction to the visit by Taiwan, and of course plenty of people say it's not that muted, but in any case, apparently a lot of people in China were hoping that China would forcibly take back Taiwan. And that's a check of the media, Paul and Doug to you. All right, thanks very much, Brian. Well, as we've been reporting today, shareholders in Tesla proved a three for one stock split, joining us to talk about this more in ludlow, Bloomberg technology reporter and Ed the timing of this looks to be pretty good. Yeah, I mean, it was expected, you know, no one thought that the resolution wouldn't pass. Partly because it was so telegraphed, Tesla tweeted in March that they wanted to do it and the annual shareholder meeting was only scheduled a month ago. So, you know, saw some muted share reaction in after hours, but it's important because it lowers the price to around $300 a share. I would note very importantly for any shareholders listening, they did not set any dates or terms on when the stock split comes effective. So we still need to hear more from the company, but they've done it before in August of 2020, and that was effective at 5 for one stock split, and it kind of democratizes access and it has proven to be a boost for the stock over a longer period in the past. Even though it was made official today, I think the market had been in the process of discounting the likelihood of this outcome. So the question becomes, was it necessary to kind of put the defibrillator on a Tesla shares? I mean, is it going to resuscitate the stock and bring it back to life as it were? Yeah, I mean, taking the kind of series of events from the annual shareholder meeting overall, the main takeaway you have is just how crucial the retail investor is in all of this. You know, Tesla's launched this new platform for retail shareholder engagement so they can

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.

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The tough words Trump never spoke: Jan. 6 panel's new video

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

The tough words Trump never spoke: Jan. 6 panel's new video

"The house January 6 panel says Donald Trump did not follow through on the tough talk he was to give the nation the day after the capitol riot It looks like my father's handwriting The panels released what it says was Trump's original script for a tape to dress on January 7th as part of a short video including depositions from Ivanka Trump and others The script shows several lines crossed out in black marker apparently by the president One referenced ordering the Justice Department to fully prosecute lawbreakers The president did not say that He did reference the rioters You do not represent our country But the script also called for him to say the rioters do not represent me That needed to be stated for it White House counsel pat cipollone told the panel the president needed to make the consequences more clear Asked why his father in law made the changes Jared Kushner gave the same answer twice I don't know Sagar Meghani Washington

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now with the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's John Tucker. Tom John and Kayleigh, the committee investigating the assault on the U.S. capitol, plans to proceed with a prime time hearing tonight. Let's get a preview from Bloomberg's aiming Morris. The committee is set to hold the televised hearing at 8 p.m. eastern, it will be the 8th hearing since June and the second in prime time, Republican Adam kinzinger, and Democrat Elaine luria will lead the hearing, aiming to show that the former president deliberately chose not to intervene during the attack on the capitol, they'll walk through what was going on in the west wing during and after the attack and what happened the next day. Videotaped testimony of former White House counsel pat cipollone will play a crucial role in tonight's hearing. In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg radio. President Biden says he expects to speak to Chinese president Xi Jinping with in ten days. This comes as the U.S. considers lifting some tariffs on Chinese imports to help stem rampant inflation. Russia is moving to annex occupied Ukrainian territories. The Kremlin, he had a dash to hold referendums in those areas occupied by its troops to give grounds for president Vladimir Putin to absorb them into Russia. Sources are telling Bloomberg, it could come as early as September. Russ has also started sending gas so its biggest pipeline to Europe, the resumption of exports will provide some relief for the continent that's racing to store fuel before the winter. For now it may also ease fears about massive economic damage to the European Union. And a healthy majority of Americans don't want to see either Joe Biden or former president Trump run again in 2024. This, according to the latest kuni PX university poll, Biden's approval rating fell to 31% and 40 64% of Americans don't want to see Trump make another White

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:37 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For 6. I'm Mark Mayfield. Market analysis that goes beyond the ordinary. Again, I learn another function from Matt Miller today Bloomberg markets with poles weenie and Matt Miller. Why is this stock so unloved? Weekdays at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business last. And I'm Karen Moscow, U.S. stock index futures are higher while stocks in Europe dip in cautious trading dominated by a dimming economic outlook and an anxious wait for data that may show U.S. inflation at a fresh four decade high. We check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg right now S&P futures are up 9 points. Down futures up 65, NASDAQ futures up 37, the Dax in Germany is down 7 tenths of a percent. Ten year treasury up one 32nd Yale 2.96% that yield on the two year three O 4%. Nymex crude oil is up 9 10% or 93 cents at $96 77 cents a barrel. Comic gold is a tenth of a percent of a dollar 80 at 1726 70 ounce. The Euro 1.0041 against the dollar, British found 1.1897 and the yen one 37.11 and Bitcoin this morning is up 1.7% at $19,760. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world. Michael. Thank you very much, Karen January 6th committee vice chair Liz Cheney revealed at the close of yesterday's hearing that former president Trump tried to call a witness in the investigation and that the committee has notified the Justice Department. Also, former White House counsel pat cipollone testified, a special order was drafted in December that would allow the Defense Department to seize voting machines. Military officials from Russia and Ukraine are set to hold their governments first, face to face talks at months. They are meeting in Istanbul to discuss a UN plan to export blocked Ukrainian grain to world markets through the Black Sea. In baseball, the Yankees and mets lost also in the losing column, the Red Sox, the Orioles a's and giants one. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Thank you, Michael. It is 5 49 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak 5 49 means we are about two hours and 41 minutes away from the June consumer price index that is expected to show another historically high month for inflation. Sarah house is with us this morning ahead of the release of those numbers senior economist at Wells Fargo. Sarah, good morning. I think just about everybody thinks CPI is going to come in hot. I guess the question is, are we going to get any signs that inflation has peaked? Sarah? I don't think we have Sarah with us at the moment. So we'll be checking her line, see if we can get more insights into this consumer price index for June which economists surveyed by Bloomberg predict is going to come in 8.8% higher compared to last year. We'll try to get Sarah back on the line. In the meantime, let's turn over to Karen with a look at the Bloomberg library of Karen. All right. Well, Nathan, thank you, it is 5 of 50 on Wall Street at his time for the

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Cheney: Trump attempted to contact Jan. 6 witness

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Cheney: Trump attempted to contact Jan. 6 witness

"The house panel investigating the capitol attack has looked into Donald Trump's last ditch effort to push his false election fraud claims before he summoned rioters One aide described it as unhinged a late night White House meeting in December 2020 where Trump's outside advisers suggested having the military seize state voting machines It's a terrible idea What they were proposing I thought was nuts Intake testimony former White House counsel pat cipollone and administration lawyer Eric hirschman shot it down Hours after the meeting Trump fired off a tweet urging supporters to a rally Be there will be wild What Florida congresswoman Stephanie Murphy says was a call to action And in some cases as a call to arms With far right extremists then swarming the capitol as the hearing ended vice chair Liz Cheney said Trump recently phoned a panel witness who refused the call And this committee has supplied that information to the Department of Justice Sagar Meghani Washington

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Jan. 6 panel probes Trump's 'siren call' to extremists

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Jan. 6 panel probes Trump's 'siren call' to extremists

"The House committee investigating the capitol siege focuses this afternoon on what it calls the final phase of Donald Trump's plan to halt his election loss The panel 7th hearing will probe weather extremist groups like the Proud Boys and oath keepers coordinated with The White House allies for the attack with one panel member saying they answered Trump's siren call Steven ayers is among the expected witnesses He's pleaded guilty to charges related to the siege and admits posting four days earlier that Trump was quote calling on us to come back to Washington The oath keepers have denied there was any plan to storm the building The panel will also highlight testimony from Trump White House counsel pat cipollone in what is now the only hearing this week and expected prime time version Thursday is shelved for now Sagar Meghani Washington

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Trump associates' ties to extremists probed by Jan. 6 panel

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Trump associates' ties to extremists probed by Jan. 6 panel

"Former president Trump's ally Steve Bannon is now willing to testify before the January 6 panel saying his old boss now approves Bannon who inspired by Trump and faces criminal charges after months of defying a congressional subpoena over the capitol riot had been one of the highest profile holdouts representative Liz Cheney the panel's Republican vice chair and said last year Bannon's comments on his podcast a day before the attack said it all He said all hell is going to break loose He said quote we are coming in right over the target On Friday the committee asked former White House counsel pat cipollone detailed questions about pardons false election fraud claims and the pressure Trump placed on the vice president to overturn the election You'll see over the next couple of hearings a little of what he said That's Republican representative Adam kinzinger But at no point was there any contradiction of what anybody said That audio courtesy ABC News this week with George Stephanopoulos I'm Julie

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"On the committee from a White House counsel pat cipollone whose name has been mentioned throughout the hearing spoke with committee members for nearly 8 hours yesterday. Outside the meeting room, pat cipollone wouldn't answer reporters questions, but the big question is how much did he answer inside in a day long session with the house January 6th committee more than a week after he was subpoenaed and after former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified cipollone warned on January 6th, Trump would face criminal exposure if he went to the capitol, committee members told CBS News they expected cipollone to testify about what he witnessed firsthand January 6th. That CBS Scott mcfarlane reporting the Justice Department says a member of the oath keepers brought explosives to the area before the capitol riot. It's part of the case against a group of oath keeper leaders being charged with seditious conspiracy. A list of evidence filed by federal prosecutors Friday says Jeremy Brown, a Florida member of the group, likely brought the explosives in September the grenades were found in brown's RV that he used to drive to the D.C. area. One of the defendants in the case, Kelly mags also told another oath keeper that Brown had explosives and the RV prosecutors are not sure if the grenades were kept in the RV, which was parked in college park, Maryland, or stashed at an Arlington comfort in during the riot. Brown is not charged with seditious conspiracy, but faces weapons and other charges related to January 6th. My name is 25 and 55 here is Jeff claw. Is a coworker passive aggressive. Are you certainly by E learning company preply found 72% of office workers experience it and some passive aggressive phrases are more obvious than others like no offense, but. Anytime I hear someone say this, I take that to mean that there is that they do have a fence with what I'm saying, but they're kind of trying to soften the blow up. There was one more that stood up to me when people say that was surprisingly good. I kind of interpret that to mean is that they expect it to be not as good as they actually did. Others include for future reference, friendly reminder and not sure you saw my last email. Remote work may have made passive aggressive behavior worse. You know, I think in person body language can be easier to read and tone is something that's really easy to pick up. When you're talking online, those are both really difficult or impossible to pick up. Coworkers are cited most as passive aggressive, but ranked a close second is mothers. Jeff, WTO news. Just a head on WTO thousands march in the district and across the country demanding abortion rights be protected. It's 6 26

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:12 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"Washington at 5 41, former White House counsel pat cipollone testified Friday behind closed doors before the January 6th committee, which is also getting ready for two more public hearings this week. Next week I should say, WTO beast Michelle bash talked to CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane about what we could learn from cipollone's testimony. Well, we know it was behind closed doors, so information is going to be sketchy for a while, but it was recorded according to multiple sources, which means there's a possibility we hear and see excerpts of it at one of these forthcoming January 6th committee hearings. That's really been their practice to play key deposition clips during their public hearings and they have a hearing set for Tuesday if not more later this month. As for those two hearings, one of them is supposed to be in prime time. What are you expecting there? Let's talk about the Tuesday one, because that's where the information is a little firmer. This committee has a way of moving the goalposts on us. The one that sits at for Tuesday is going to be about what the committee calls the mobilization of the mob, including by far right groups and domestic violent extremists. How that mob moved, the planning ahead of time, the conspiracy, applauding. We expect some references to those far right groups, which are also charged by the Justice Department with seditious conspiracy that would include the group of Proud Boys and the group of oath keepers. And Thursday, a lot of it, as you said, is still up in the air. We just aren't sure yet. Yeah, the committee had told us a couple weeks ago, they were going to go quiet for a while and do some work. Then they scheduled a hearing at the last minute with Cassidy Hutchinson that former White House aide and her blockbuster testimony. So the committee keeps saying things are changing and can change in a moment's notice and they've proven that's true. So we think we have a pair of hearings coming next week, but who knows how much more will be scheduled or how things will shift? What other January 6th related developments were particularly significant in your opinion this week? I'm trying to keep my eye on the Justice Department prosecution. There are two separate investigations here. There's the January 6th select committee. And then there is the criminal prosecution by the Justice Department, which is the largest in American history, a new update from the Justice Department says to expect another 250 to 350 arrests. And that may be a low ball number. They are still out there looking for people and just today, they announced the rest of a West Virginia man for allegedly kicking in a door at the capitol January 6th. Incredible that there are still that many outstanding arrests still to come considering how many people have already been arrested. What's more, they've been pretty clear a majority of them are many of them who are still being pursued or wanted for assault or resisting police. These will be some high level defendants once they're arrested. That CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane coming up in sports will tell you about one caps forward who's swinging for another championship, this weekend. It's 5 43 now in Washington. When Paul Goodall started shopping for an engagement ring, he knew one thing. He didn't want to be precious. I'm not going to make a purchase at that level without understanding what I'm buying. But the first story went to, that's what happened. They wanted me to buy. They didn't want me to learn, and that didn't work for me. But then, Paul found diamonds directly. The exact opposite happened when I went into diamonds direct. There was no rush. There was no pressure they wanted to give me the information that I was asking for. At diamonds direct, it's different. No games, no pressure, no nonsense. It wasn't like, well, let's do something now. We got to do it now because it's got this thing going on, or maybe you want to do that. No, it was here that the information that you need to make an educated decision. Paul learned how to buy a diamond like a dealer buys. He was taught how diamonds are graded and priced on the world market and he was shown dozens of diamonds in his price range so he could make the decision that was right for him his budget and his soon to be fiance. What they do is they give you the information that you need so that you end up buying what you want. I am such a big fan of diamonds direct. Diamonds direct get store hours and directions at diamonds direct dot com. My heart was racing just making spaghetti. I could have waited to tell my doctor, but I didn't wait. I was short of breath just reading a book. I could have delayed telling my doctor, but I didn't wait. They told their doctors and found out they have atrial fibrillation, a condition which makes it about 5 times more likely to have a

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Trump WH counsel Cipollone gives 1/6 testimony, new info

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Trump WH counsel Cipollone gives 1/6 testimony, new info

"Big congressional panel investigating the capital ride has heard from the former Trump White House council AP's Norman hall reports Former White House counsel pat cipollone had an 8 hour private interview with the January 6th committee Has been a sought after witness over his role trying to prevent then president Donald Trump from challenging the 2020 presidential election and joining the violent mob at the capitol so Bologna was subpoenaed for his testimony and stunning testimony last week the panel was told by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson that cipollone warned that defeated president would be charged with every crime imaginable if he went to the capital on January 6th trying to stop the certification of Joe Biden's election Norman hall Washington

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Sharon Brody. Today the mayor of Vivaldi, Texas, disputed a new report that sets forth allegations of missed chances to prevent or quickly end the massacre at rob elementary school. The mayor says contrary to this week's report by tactical response experts at Texas state university know ivaldi police officer saw the gunman outside the school and none of them had an opportunity to fire on the shooter. Supporters of a proposed initiative in Oregon that would require people to secure permits to buy firearms say concern about recent mass shootings have buoyed their effort. They say they now have enough signatures to place it on the November ballot. Today, former Trump White House counsel pat cipollone has been on Capitol Hill for a private interview with the January 6th committee investigating the insurrection, the House select committee issued a subpoena for his testimony. You're listening to here and now. Now that the Supreme Court has rolled back roe V wade and sent the decision back to the states, will it galvanize Democrats for the midterm elections? Martha Zoller fills in for Brian Robinson and joins Theron Johnson to talk about what pro choice advocates could have done differently to protect a federal right to an abortion. Join us for this week's episode of political breakfast, it's available now wherever you get your free apps and on W ABE dot org. Highland park, Illinois becomes the latest city to reckon with a mass shooting. Donald Trump's White House counsel prepares for his day before the January 6th committee, and in Georgia. I think that people thought that we came into this as some kind of game. This is not a game. The DA leading its investigation issues its own subpoenas, more next time

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"So it's pat saponi day. Happy pat saponi day. What are you thinking? And what are you expecting? And are we going to see this videotape testimony on Tuesday? Oh, brave, brave, patched up. I smell sarcastic. Run away, run away. I smell snark look at what it took to get his butt in the chair and we call it. When we finally get a witness to testify, it took a 25 year old woman. Cassidy Hutchinson, outing some of Donald Trump's crimes, some of Mark Meadows crimes, and the sort of complete abdication by pat cipollone as White House counsel. When you think about this, what he told Cassidy Hutchinson was, you have to make sure Donald Trump doesn't lead the march on the capitol Cassidy. You got that? Now, I think, first of all, it was smart of him to turn to a woman to try to make that happen because she now goes in the hero category with ambassador yovanovitch, doctor Fiona hill, and so many other women who are stepping up and trying to save the democracy. Randomly I'm going to pick funny Willis tissue change. But the fact that The White House counsel would turn to this 25 year old staffer and say, now look, you need to stop the president from marching on the capitol. Why? Because if he does, we will be charged with every crime imaginable. Hey, hey, pat. How about you step up? And stop the president from that. Glenn, what do you make of the fact that he apparently did the right thing in the moment, according to all testimony, but why did he defend Trump during the impeachment? Why is he just now coming forward? I mean, because these are weak, cowardly, and I have air quotes up around the word men. These are weak, cowardly

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Glenn Kirschner on the 'Bravery' of Pat Cipollone

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Glenn Kirschner on the 'Bravery' of Pat Cipollone

"So it's pat saponi day. Happy pat saponi day. What are you thinking? And what are you expecting? And are we going to see this videotape testimony on Tuesday? Oh, brave, brave, patched up. I smell sarcastic. Run away, run away. I smell snark look at what it took to get his butt in the chair and we call it. When we finally get a witness to testify, it took a 25 year old woman. Cassidy Hutchinson, outing some of Donald Trump's crimes, some of Mark Meadows crimes, and the sort of complete abdication by pat cipollone as White House counsel. When you think about this, what he told Cassidy Hutchinson was, you have to make sure Donald Trump doesn't lead the march on the capitol Cassidy. You got that? Now, I think, first of all, it was smart of him to turn to a woman to try to make that happen because she now goes in the hero category with ambassador yovanovitch, doctor Fiona hill, and so many other women who are stepping up and trying to save the democracy. Randomly I'm going to pick funny Willis tissue change. But the fact that The White House counsel would turn to this 25 year old staffer and say, now look, you need to stop the president from marching on the capitol. Why? Because if he does, we will be charged with every crime imaginable. Hey, hey, pat. How about you step up? And stop the president from that. Glenn, what do you make of the fact that he apparently did the right thing in the moment, according to all testimony, but why did he defend Trump during the impeachment? Why is he just now coming forward? I mean, because these are weak, cowardly, and I have air quotes up around the word men. These are weak, cowardly

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:59 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"Politician for more than 60 years. And that was by a sword. So this is just come out of the blue. And the fact that the gunman appears to have made the gun and maybe guns at home has people feeling vulnerable and really shaken. A former top White House aide who was with Donald Trump on January 6th is testifying before lawmakers investigating the attack. CBS is Scott McFarland. The January 6th select committee believes former White House counsel pat cipollone has exclusive insights into what then president Trump did or didn't do as his supporters attacked the capitol. Cipollone appeared informally before the committee in April, but for weeks, there's been pressure for him to testify on the record. The U.S. job market still booming, despite growing fears of recession. The Labor Department says employers added a better than expected 372,000 positions in June, bank rates Mark Hamrick. Sectors leading the way with jobs creation include leisure and hospitality that's bars and restaurants, professional and business services as well as healthcare. Wages were on the rise, but still insufficient to keep pace with inflation, average hourly earnings up 5.1% over the past 12 months. The droughts getting worse out west, CBS Jim Crow law. California regulators have started curtailing the water rights of many farms and irrigation districts along the Sacramento river. That will force growers to stop diverting water from the river and its tributaries. California residents have taken notice of the extreme drought. I started to increase the amount of conservation received. We're not increasing the water level, but people are starting to pay attention and using less water. John varella is with the Santa Clara valley, water district. The Dow up 54 points. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual dot com to learn more. It's 1103 on Friday, July 8th, 79°, it will be muggy with a chance of late day showers and storms, heis near 90. Good morning, I'm sandy cosell. And I'm John dome in the top local stories we're following this hour begins in western Maryland. We've learned more this morning about the indictment of a man accused of shooting and killing three coworkers at a machine shop in smithsburg last month. Joe Lewis escovedo has been indicted on 34 counts connected to the workplace shooting at Columbia machine in smithsburg, investigators say he won to his car after working their shift, got a gun and killed three coworkers. Another who survived told detectives he knows and works with eskil. When his car was stopped, ask Bella's charged with shooting a state police trooper before he was shot, charging documents say as Escobar was being transported to the hospital, he told a sheriff's deputy. He was the one who shot the others at the machine shop. His first court appearance is scheduled for August 22nd. Nia law can stay in W TLP news. The U.S. park police department is supposed to record all of its radio and telephone communications, but that hasn't been happening. In fact, a government watchdog has discovered the department's radio channels went unrecorded for two years. The interior department's inspector general review was triggered after U.S. park police discovered they did not have recordings of radio communications during the operation to clear protesters from Lafayette park in June 2020. The IG review found park police had not recorded radio communications on one channel from at least March 2018 through August 2020 and another channel from October 2018 through June 2020. The watchdog said they found no evidence this was intentional because there was no policy to monitor the equipment, the failure went unnoticed until the June 2020 recordings were requested, moving forward, the IG recommends U.S. park police developed policies for maintaining and monitoring the equipment and the recordings. Sarah Jacobs news. Has reached out to the park police for comment. Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder now saying that he wants to appear before a House committee investigating reports of misconduct of the team under his leadership. WTO's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. A letter from his lawyer states that Snyder is willing to cooperate with the House oversight committee, which issued him a subpoena last month. The panel has been investigating what it's called the team's toxic workplace over the years, which has included allegations of sexual harassment from former cheerleaders and women who worked for the organization. The committee originally wanted Snyder to appear before lawmakers, along with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who did testify last month. Snyder's legal team says he will be in Israel for an event to pay homage to his mother who died a year ago, but says he could testify virtually at the end of the month. The committee says it's reviewing the correspondence and is still committed to getting Snyder's testimony. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. Well, if you've walked around the title base and regularly, you've probably noticed flooded pathways, especially on the west side, overflowing from the basin. The National Park Service is looking to fix that issue for generations to come. The problem is that the sea walls that were built are sinking at the same time as water levels are rising. It is settling at the same time that the levels of the tidal basin are rising. Mike litteris with the National Park Service tells WTO P they are now beginning their planning stages to fix the issue. First phase of the project will be the particularly vulnerable areas along the title basin and will address west Potomac park from Arlington memorial bridge all the way into the tidal basin near the FDR memorial. A $124 million construction project will hopefully begin late in 2023. Don't just want to repair the damage that's there now. We want to make sure that 25, 50, 75 years from now, we're not dealing with this same issue again. Look lucrative WTO P news. To listen to that full interview with Mike litteris, check out WTO's daily podcast, the DMV download. Coming

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

07:12 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"And welcome to opening arguments. This is episode 611. I'm Thomas, that's Andrew. How are you doing? I am fantastic, Thomas, how are you? I am fantastic as well because we are together at last. However, we are not in the same room because I value audio quality over friendship. So that describes you two or two. Wish I were joking, sorry. I'm not, but you know what? The people in my life, I hope, accept me for how I am. The show is better because of it so there we go. In honor of James Caan, who apparently just died, just got to make vacation on my phone. Andrew has gone to the mattresses or whatever they say in them. What are they saying? Yeah, go to the mattress. A fun podcasting tip if you have no fancy setup, stick a mattress in front of you. Helps with the echo a little bit, as you can probably hear. All right, enough about that. I'm so excited for today. We're having a great time here with the puzzle and the thunderstorm crew, but the show must go on Andrew. We get to record together here and we get to talk about one of the largest Andrew was rights that I can remember because you were calling the entire time that we've been watching these hearings. Pretty much from day one, I think, hearing one almost. You were saying, I think they're trying to get cipollone or chip alone. I don't know how he pronounces it, but one of the two pronunciations. Patsy baloney, if Meryl marks. You're like, I think they're trying to get him. I think they're gonna get, I think they're trying to get. You said over and over and I wasn't sure what to make of it. You know, I don't have enough information in my head because I'm not an expert to know if that was a how probable that was, but oh my God, did you nail it? I can't believe how well you nailed that. And so I think right now the listeners are probably just here, I'm gonna play the Andrew was right music. The whole show, just under the entire thing, the whole time will be the Andrew was right song. Well, I thought that the testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson, if anything was going to push pat cipollone over the line to testify and cooperate with the January 6th committee, it would be her testimony. She was asked by Liz Cheney, we know a White House counsel Patrick was concerned about the legal implications of the president taking a trip down Pennsylvania avenue to the capitol. And he agreed with the Secret Service it shouldn't happen. Miss Hutchinson did you have any conversations with patch apologia about his concerns about the president going to the capitol on January 6th, Cassidy Hutchinson says, on January 3rd, mister cipollone had approached me, knowing that Mark, her boss, Mark Meadows, had raised the prospect of going up to the capitol on January 6th. And I had a brief conversation where he said to me, we need to make sure this doesn't happen. This would be legally a terrible idea for us. We're we have serious legal concerns if we go up to the capitol that day. And then he urged me to continue relaying that to mister Meadows because it's my understanding that mister cipollone and I keep alternating between these two pronunciations as well. So there we go. Thought that mister Meadows was indeed pushing this, right? Her boss, along with the president. And I could read more, but that's sort of the dynamic. You have White House counsel going to the chief of staff's head, staffer and saying, your boss is out of his gourd. What can we do to make sure that he doesn't do legally a bad thing for us? And by the way, I'm the lawyer. And obviously her testimony was moving, you heard the coercion attempts that were made against her. The president provided her with a lawyer and said, well, you know, I mean, I'm not saying you just got to do what's a favor, but you know, the president reads those transcripts, right? Which is the very obvious threat of yet your lawyer is actually a spy for us. And the reason we have access to sealed transcripts is because you as the witness get to review them and so does your lawyer. And they might just happen to wind their way into the possession of the president who, you know, likes to read these things to make sure you're staying loyal. How gross. So I love the fact that cipollone has now decided to cooperate. I want to break down all of what that means. Well, first let me ask you this. You've explained a little bit of it, but for the lay people and for the me, can you answer both a, why you think this happened? And why you were able to predict it, and B what you think the committee did and Liz Cheney and others that helped this goal? The ways that they might have gone about this that ultimately achieve this goal of getting him to be a witness. Yeah, great questions. So on the first part, again, remember, they're not a lot of people that we have crowned with the adjective hero in this situation. I went out of my way to tell you just how much a monster Steve engel was before we discussed the significance of his testimony, right? This is not somebody who's a good guy. All the approbation that is being lauded on Mike Pence, right? Like Mike Pence is a monster to this day. He could be here cooperating with the January 6th committee. Oh, sweet. I wouldn't actually ruin our trip. I don't want to. No, I mean, well, you know, he couldn't be alone in a room with half the people who were here. That must get really cumbersome, like just walking back and forth, like we're playing a game in this room. He walks, ah, my wife isn't here. Mother, mother, you need to follow me to this room. Yeah, that would be. No. Yeah, never mind. Let's not invite him. He could be cooperating with the January 6th committee. He's not because he's still pussy footing around. With the group of idiots that wanted him dead. I think bad you want to say about Mike Pence up there. I'm with you on. And Cassidy Hutchinson, as moving as her testimony was, let's remember this is a 25 year old in Trump world who wanted to work for Donald Trump in January of 2021, okay? I give her and we should give, I think, all people maybe in this day and age a little bit of grace. I think it would help our situation. But she got into this job at the age of 22. Let's go ahead and not assign people as permanently evil for their entire lives for things they believe in 22 signed a podcaster who used to be conservative, like that would be really nice if it would be good to be open and welcoming to people who are going to do better or might do better trying to do better. And look, I think that that is a great plea for grace. So how does that tie into the second half of your question? And where pat cipollone falls sort of on the monster scale. Between vecna and the demogorgon. Right, Patrick succeeded Don McGahn as White House counsel. You know, he was on Donald Trump's impeachment defense team. The Wikipedia entry describes objectively as, quote, during the Senate's impeachment trial, cipollone misled Congress on a number of issues, including falsely claiming Republican congressional members were not allowed into the secure facility where

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Trump White House counsel Cipollone to testify to 1/6 panel

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Trump White House counsel Cipollone to testify to 1/6 panel

"The Trump White House's former top lawyer is said to testify this week before the House panel investigating the capitol riot A person briefed on the matter says pat cipollone has agreed to appear Friday for a private transcribed interview The committee last week issued a subpoena for cipollone who is said to have repeatedly warned Donald Trump and allies against efforts to challenge the 2020 election loss Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified last week that cipollone strongly urged that the president not go to the capitol on January 6th as Congress prepared to certify Joe Biden's win We're going to get charges every crime imaginable But while cipollone's panel appearance could be a breakthrough it's unclear whether he'll try to limit what he says He could argue that as the administration's top lawyer some or all of his talks with Trump are privileged Sagar Meghani at The White House

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:18 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports. The top stories we're following this hour, former White House counsel, pat cipollone, has reached a deal with the House committee that's investigating the capitol riot. That deal comes after the committee issued a subpoena last week for cipollone after talks to have him testify publicly were not successful. The man charged with killing 7 people in a July 4th mass shooting near Chicago appeared virtually in court today. Police are facing questions about how he was allowed to buy guns legally despite red flags about him potentially being violent. Stay with WTO will bring you more on these stories in minutes. For the second time in less than a year, the great Salt Lake has hit a new historic low. Utah's department of natural resources says the largest natural Lake west of the Mississippi is down to just over 4190 feet. That's less than a record set in October, which matched a 170 year low that puts millions of migrating birds at risk and is also a problem for some 1.3 billion in recreation, mineral extraction and brine shrimp. Scientists warn at the dry Lake bed could send dust with arsenic in it into the air breeds by millions of people. Allison keyes, CBS News. Evacuation orders have been expanded for remote California communities, near a wildfire that may have been sparked by fireworks or a 4th of July barbecue. The fire and Sierra Nevada gold country broke out Monday afternoon and has tripled in size since to about 6 square miles. It's currently only 5% contained. Coming up for you and money news. The Dow is down 52 points. You might now be able to get free food delivery. I'm Jeff label. 1118. Traffic and weather on the 8s? Rita Kessler in the WTO traffic center. Watch for work zones delays on the beltway if you're on the outer loop of the beltway in Maryland the delay begins before the merge with the two 70 spur this will take you solid all the way around across the American legion bridge. This is the work that is both in the service roadway towards George Washington, Parkway and Georgetown pike that takes the left lane. In the main lanes of the beltway, you also lose the left lane with the work. Inner loop heavy from the toll road around toward the American legion bridge, that could be a mobile work crew, northbound three 95 has the delays out of Springfield headed toward duke street with the work taken the right lane. Southbound 95 delays out of lorton across the aqua near one 23 there had been reports of a pothole patching crew. Now there's also a delay from Dale City into dumfries. Then you're going to find the volume near 6 ten garrisonville road headed pass courthouse road, northbound 95 has a slowdown near 6 ten garrisonville road headed past two 34 in dumfries than from Dale City into woodbridge once across the Aquaman. It looks good into Springfield. In the district northbound D.C. two 95 slows off the 11th street bridge headed past Pennsylvania avenue, southbound has a slowdown from after eastern avenue headed past these capital street, starting to see a delay northbound now from benning road headed toward eastern avenue, that is usually due to a work crew. Prime members get a whole foods market animal welfare certified organic chicken breast for 6.99 a pound. Through July 12th while supplies last, learn more on the whole foods market app. I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic. With a look at our forecast, Mike stennis, a flood Washington effect for late this afternoon and for tonight that's where the immediate metro area and for this afternoon we will see intervals of cloud cover and sunshine is going to be hot and muggy and as a cold front comes into the region. We'll see scattered thunderstorms. These storms could be severe, also wash out for the possibility of heavy rainfall, our highs will be in the low to mid 90s, our heat index from near 100°. More showers and more thunderstorms on it as a front stalls across the region, and The Rain could be heavy at times out of this upper 60s to mid 70s. Thursday and Friday, the front stays stalled across the region. That means more showers and more after the thunderstorms, highs book days in the mid 80s, showers on Saturday where the risk of a thunderstorm highs low 80s will turn part to Claudia less muggy on Sunday with a high in the low to mid 80s. I'm storm team four meteorologist Mike Steiner. 85 in Annapolis 87 in buoy, Leesburg coming in at 82° brought to you by Len the plumber. Trusted same day service 7 days a week. Up ahead on WTO. Virginia job seekers are being affected by a nationwide software issue impacting websites, I'm Christy king. It's 1121

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"DuPont circle at 70 in Germantown and its 71 in annandale. It's four 41. The January 6th committee is just announced its next public hearing will be held this coming Tuesday, July 12th, as we anticipate the 10 a.m. hearing, a key question is whether former White House counsel pat cipollone will participate in the investigation in some way after getting a subpoena. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane joined WTO's Dimitri and Hillary to talk about whether the committee might hear from him. Decisions will have to be made soon in their subpoena to pat cipollone. They requested an interview with him interviews with this committee take on all different types of complexion. Some of them are virtual. Some of them are in person. Some of them have carve outs for certain topics or questions. So it's possible they can work around any executive privilege issues that the former White House counsel tries to invoke, but the committee has been pretty clear here Dimitri, they very much want to speak to pat cipollone. They carved out some of the valuable real estate from their public network hearings to say in so many words that they want to talk to pat cipollone. It appears this committee believes he has the keys to the kingdom and we'll find out if they get access to those keys. Is some of the committee members have been teasing that they've got a lot of witnesses lined up who've been inspired by Cassidy Hutchinson, and they also talked about the next public hearing. So what do you think we're going to learn from it? It's committee's pretty good at raising expectations for itself. They have a thousand witnesses already, but they've also been saying, as you mentioned, that there have been new witnesses who've come forward since Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony last week. We know there are more public hearings coming, which means there are going to be more public witnesses. The next hearing will be led by local congressman Jamie Raskin. It will focus on the role of far right groups, the accused conspirators, plotters, and planners, what they were doing on the ground January 6th. And what they were doing in the run up to January 6th between planning, raising money allegedly, raising arms in some cases allegedly. There's a lot to get into with the far right groups. They've been mentioned several times already in previous hearings. The next hearing will be focused

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"Hearing, a key question is whether former White House counsel pet cipollone will participate in the investigation in some way after getting a subpoena. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane joined us earlier to talk about if the committee will hear from him. Decisions will have to be made soon because the deadline, the committee has imposed is tomorrow in their subpoena to pat cipollone. They requested an interview with him tomorrow. Now, interviews with this committee take on all different types of complexion, some of them are virtual. Some of them are in person. Some of them have carve outs for certain topics or questions. So it's possible they can work around any executive privilege issues that the former White House counsel tries to invoke. But the committee has been pretty clear here Dimitri, they very much want to speak to pat cipollone. They carved out some of the valuable real estate from their public network hearings to say in so many words that they want to talk to pat cipollone. It appears this committee believes he has the keys to the kingdom and we'll find out if they get access to those keys as soon as tomorrow. Is some of the committee members have been teasing that they've got a lot of witnesses lined up who've been inspired by Cassidy Hutchinson, and they also talked about the next public hearing. So when might that be? And what do you think we're going to learn from it? It's committee's pretty good at raising expectations for itself. They have a thousand witnesses already, but they've also been saying, as you mentioned, that there have been new witnesses who've come forward since Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony last week. We know there are more public hearings coming, which means there are going to be more public witnesses. The next hearing will be led by local congressman Jamie Raskin. It will focus on the role of far right groups, the accused conspirators, plotters, and planners. What they were doing on the ground January 6th, and what they were doing in the run up to January 6th between planning, raising money allegedly, raising arms in some cases allegedly. There's a lot to get into with the far right groups. They've been mentioned several times already in previous

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"Thank you, Mike. It's two 41, with the holiday now in the rearview mirror before you know it, we'll be seeing more January 6th hearings, and a key question is whether former White House counsel pat cipollone will participate in some way after getting a subpoena. Let's take you live to CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland, Scott, what are the decision cipollone must make and what are you hearing about them ahead of a big deadline? Well, the decisions will have to be made soon because the deadline, the committee has imposed is tomorrow. In their subpoena to pat cipollone, they requested an interview with him tomorrow. Now, interviews with this committee take on all different types of complexion. Some of them are virtual. Some of them are in person. Some of them have carve outs for certain topics or questions. So it's possible they can work around any executive privilege issues that the former White House counsel tries to invoke. But the committee has been pretty clear here Dimitri, they very much want to speak to pat cipollone. They carved out some of the valuable real estate from their public network hearings to say in so many words that they want to talk to pat cipollone. It appears this committee believes he has the keys to the kingdom and we'll find out if they get access to those keys as soon as tomorrow. Is some of the committee members have been teasing that they've got a lot of witnesses lined up who've been inspired by Cassidy Hutchinson. And they also talked about the next public hearing. So when might that be? And what do you think we're going to learn from it? It's committee's pretty good at raising expectations for itself. They have a thousand witnesses already, but they've also been saying, as you mentioned, that there have been new witnesses who've come forward since Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony last week. We know there are more public hearings coming, which means there are going to be more public witnesses. The next hearing will be led by local congressman Jamie Raskin. It will focus on the role of far right groups, the accused conspirators, plotters, and planners. What they were doing on the ground January 6th, and what they were doing in the run up to January 6th between planning, raising money allegedly, raising arms in some cases allegedly. There's a lot to get into with the far right groups. They've been mentioned several times already in previous hearings. The next hearing will be focused on them. That is CBS News, congressional correspondent Scott McFarland, joining us live and always keeping you updated on all things January 6th. It's two 44. Why

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"Homage to its parent club in Philadelphia because wood ice is how they say water ice. They tell me. Dave Johnson, whatever you TLP sports. The top stories we're following for you on WTO P Donald Trump's former White House counsel pat cipollone has now been subpoenaed by the January 6th investigating committee as the top White House lawyer cipollone attended key meetings in the chaotic weeks after the election, he has already spoken to the committee informally and behind closed doors. Brown Jackson will be sworn in as the Supreme Court's 116th justice today. She'll become the first black woman to sit on the highest court in the land, justice Stephen Breyer is retiring after almost 28 years on the court judge Jackson once clerked for him. The court today also plans to issue its final decisions of the current term before that ceremony. The southbound lanes of D.C. two 95 are now open after a botched paving job created a sticky mess between benning road and east capital street yesterday. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. Virginia has 5 more presumed monkeypox cases added to the three the State Department of Health reported last month. D.C. has 21 confirmed infections in Maryland has 5, the district says many people have rushed to get an appointment for a vaccine and for now it has no more slots. The U.S. is among a number of countries dealing with an outbreak of that virus. Most but not all of the cases have occurred and people who identify as gay or bisexual so far only a few people have been hospitalized and one person has died. It's 7 18. Check it out the commute here with Jack Taylor in the traffic center. We may have some trouble downtown in northwest along Connecticut avenue down near ordway street. This was reported wreck may involve a pedestrian. High two 95 coming northbound we'd been heavy off and on riding up toward the 11th We're on the brakes, but lanes are open. D.C. two 95 going southbound headed down toward east capital street. We're also a bit delayed, leaving the 11th street bridge, getting onto the freeway, headed toward the third street tunnel and main avenue. We've got the emergency work continuing in Gaithersburg, Maryland state authorities dealing with that sinkhole for the past couple weeks, two 70 southbound before three 70, two right lanes are blocked, three to the left will get you by. 85 up in Frederick, north of manor Woods road. You may be under police direction around a crash blocking some lanes. There was a reported crash on George avenue down near heathfield road, malfunctioning signals in North Bethesda. Watch out on three 55 as you head to the intersection at strathmore avenue. Maybe a water main break off Bradley boulevard up near he'll mead road just west of 28. There was a crash on darnstown road near high wood drive. All right, in Virginia, manassas, Prince William Parkway at clover hill road, that was a vehicle fire, 66 had been heavy manassas east into centerville. 95 northbound slow Dale City going into woodbridge, but slower, south on 95 into and through, Stafford. You're gonna find unfortunately 95 southbound after X in one 40. You've got just a left lane getting by a tractor trailer crash. Now 7 westbound is closed after drainsville road, an overnight crash that's gone, utility crews are dealing with the down signal in the roadway. You're going to find the fairfax county Parkway north the ramp to go west on 7, blocked all traffic west on 7 will detour right there at algonquian Parkway till further notice eastbound travel lanes though remain open. Jack Taylor WTO P traffic. Storm team four four day forecast, Mike, it's going to be a hot one today. It is, we had some patchy fog from the swath from culpeper through warrenton up to around the manass area. That's all lifted down. Thanks to strong June, sunshine and temperatures are going to jump quickly today. Upper 80s to lower 90s this afternoon with a good deal of late June sunshine. Productivity skies overnight and turning more muggy loads of being the 60 suburbs loaded mid 70s to the district. We're gonna bake tomorrow, turning partly sunny hotter buggy, side chance, but after the storm, a little bit 90s are high with a heat index near 100°. Cold front comes in on Saturday and then stall, so watch out for afternoon and evening storm Saturday they could be strong to severe. Highs around 90, a few morning showers on Sunday with the rest of the afternoon storms, highs mid to upper 80s. Leesburg checking at 68° right now, Frederick 69 right now, Bruce and Joe, we have a temperature of 73 Oregon national. 72 right now in friendship heights brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service 7 days a week. And up ahead on WTO. How staffing shortages are affecting local July 4th festivities. I'm Shana still in 7 21. My husband struggled

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"Concern on our part as to why the president did not act more responsibly. The panel would like to speak to former White House counsel pat cipollone. Hutchinson was asked by congresswoman Liz Cheney, what legal issues he had raised with administration officials. In the days leading up to the 6, we had conversations about potentially obstructing justice or defrauding the electoral account. Hutchinson's one time boss, former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, is still refusing to testify. Despite being held in contempt by the house after refusing to answer a subpoena. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO news. Personal information from possibly hundreds of thousands of gun owners has been wrongly made public tonight. It was done by California's Department of Justice, the owners info was up to 6 state operated databases. Rob bonte is a Democrat who heads the agency who's running for reelection in a few months in November. He says he's deeply disturbed and angered by the failure to protect the information. His department is entrusted to keep. He ordered an investigation and promised to fix any problems. The California rifle and pistol association notes, the release comes days after the U.S. Supreme Court throughout New York's requirement that those seeking to carry concealed weapons provide a reason that also derailed California similar requirement, those state lawmakers and bonta are working to impose new requirements. Still, I had on WTO, the sentencing today for R. Kelly, stay with us. The world's most advanced fighter engine is powering up for tomorrow's missions, using proven technology, the Pratt and Whitney F one 35 enhanced

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Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house January 6th committee subpoenas former White House counsel pat cipollone The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection has issued a subpoena to former White House counsel pat cipollone The subpoena was issued one day after former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified that cipollone warned against then president Donald Trump going to the capitol with thousands of his supporters We're going to get charges every crime imaginable if we make that movement happen And do you remember which crimes mister cipollone was concerned with In the days leading up to the 6 we had conversations about potentially obstructing justice or defrauding the electoral account Cipollone gave the committee an informal interview on April 13th but he has refused to provide on the record a testimony Mike Gracia Washington

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"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"pat cipollone" Discussed on WTOP

"RBIs. Hard to believe, swinging a line drive to right toward the line. That gets down to fair ball will go to the bull Ben fence. Andrez scores from third Soto's on his way to second. And he's in standing with the clutch. Two out RBI double. Charlie slows on 1500 a.m.. That's what is called a reverse jinx in the broadcast biz, where you say a player is having problems right before they make a big play, but the pirates have just homered in the top of the fourth were now tied at three. NBA wizards trade guards ish Smith and khatab is called well Pope to Denver for will Barton and Monte Morris. Barton averaged 15 points and 5 rebounds this past winter for the nuggets Morris posted 13 points with four assists per game in the mile high city. He has no relation what severed a Marquis or Marcus Morris from way back when tennis at Wimbledon's second round action saw a height of Maryland's Francis tiafoe top maximally and Marta rare in straight sets also advancing men's topsy Novak Djokovic and women's number 6 seed Carolina plus kova. Dave Preston WTO sports. Thank you, Dave. Now to the top stories we are following for you on WTO. The select committee investigating January 6th wants to hear from former White House counsel pat cipollone. Yesterday, White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson told the panel that after the riot cipollone pushed former president Trump to condemn the violence. Lev Parnas, the associate of Rudy Giuliani, who was a figure in president Trump's first impeachment investigation that has been sentenced today to a year and 8 months in prison now. This is for fraud and campaign finance crimes, but not associated with his work with Giuliani trying to get people in Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is leaving his job at noon tomorrow, which clears the way for katangi Brown Jackson to be sworn in as his successor. The 83 year old shared his plans with The White House today, he has served on the court since 1994. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. It's two 17, you eat well, stay fit, lead a healthy life, but the nation's premier cardiovascular group says

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