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Bloomberg taking steps to enter presidential race as a Democrat
"The already crowded field of democratic presidential hopefuls may be expanding again former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is hinting that he may join the race more from NPR Scott dentro Bloomberg was elected mayor as a Republican but shifted to independent and eventually Democrat he spent million ten democratic candidates gun control and climate change efforts but after Bloomberg initially skip to run he told a conference in Bermuda he couldn't win in the current democratic climate alas I was willing to change all my views and go one what CNN called an apology tour Joe Biden went on the Paula Jones should being male over fifty why but now it Bloomberg spokesman says Mike is increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to defeat president trump and he's reassessing filing deadlines are fast approaching in New Hampshire and other states it's got dentro NPR news
A legal expert analyzes the impeachment process
"First. Let's distinguish a criminal prosecution from impeachment the Constitution specifies. How certain federal officials including including the president and vice president can be impeached or removed from office? The House of Representatives decides whether to issue articles of impeachment these are formal accusations accusations if it thinks that the person has committed treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors once that happens the Senate presides over the trial of the person being impeached. No all the sounds like a criminal prosecution but it really isn't impeachment is different because of the outcome of a Senate connection. The person is removed from office. That's it no other consequences now. An actual criminal prosecution of course carries with it a lot of possible very serious. This consequences prison fines probation things like that. No one argues about whether the constitution itself considers the president subject to impeachment who's right there in black and white article two of the Constitution specifically names the president as one of those people who can be subjected to impeachment conviction fiction and removal. We've never seen the whole process happened before but presidents. Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton came pretty close both were impeached by the House House and tried by the Senate Nixon of course resigned in nineteen seventy four after the House Judiciary Committee approved three articles of impeachment but before the house us as a whole voted on them now what about the criminal prosecution of a president while a vice president can clearly be prosecuted and in fact they have been. It's not quite clear that the president himself could be now if you look at the text of the Constitution itself. There's nothing there that says a president. President is immune from criminal prosecution. The closest thing that exists in the constitution's text is actually about impeachment in article three section three three it says that the person removed by impeachment shall nevertheless be liable and subject to indictment trial judgment and punishment according according to law so what most people think this means is that a person who's been impeached can also be prosecuted separately but it doesn't answer the specific question of whether they're a sitting president you know someone who still in office can be criminally prosecuted whether impeached or not the supreme court has never decided a case that resolves this question what what we do have instead our legal memos written during both the Clinton and Nixon presidencies that give us some opinions on the subject. They're not binding and the way that a supreme court the case would be but because they were written to provide official guidance. They're still pretty useful. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight independent counsel Kenneth Starr asked Ronald Rotunda a well known conservative law professor an expert on constitutional law to write a memo on whether a sitting President Clinton of course could be prosecuted. Rotunda responded with a fifty six page legal memo. It's basic point was yes. Yes a sitting president can be prosecuted. Rotunda thought that the president could delay imprisonment but not the prosecution itself you know but there's an important qualifier to rotunda memo. He said he was analyzing president. Clinton's Clinton's very specific situation. Keep in mind. Clinton was ultimately impeached for obstruction of justice and perjury relating to the Paula Jones case this. This was a case that had nothing to do with the presidency itself. Rotunda was saying Yup Clinton can be criminally prosecuted for those things to in fact Rotunda made Ada clear and said I express no opinion as to whether the federal government could indict a president for allegations that involve his official duties as president and then there's Nixon who ultimately resigned because of the Watergate scandal this of course involve the president trying to cover up the scandal in nineteen seventy three the office of Legal Counsel in the Justice Department prepared illegal memo that concluded that the president was immune from criminal prosecution while in office. I can see why Nixon in one that opinion out there in March of nineteen seventy four grand jury handed down indictments. These are formal charges against seven. White House aides regarding Watergate now President President Nixon was named as an Unindicted Co Conspirator. That term refers to a person who's alleged in an indictment to have engaged in a conspiracy. That's an agreement meant to do something illegal but that person's not personally charged in the Indictment Special Watergate prosecutor Leon worse kfi advise the jury that in his view a president doesn't could not be prosecuted in these circumstances in another memo dated August Ninth Nineteen Seventy four the same day that Nixon resigned Gysky Gorski
California man’s vaping-related death marks 7th in nation
"I. so now we have a seventh may be related deaths being reported California man has died of a severe lung disease vaping or to fox news related death marks the second in the state of California and the seventh in the nation in recent weeks he was over forty the man is not identified any listen to layer county. according to doctor Karen hot air county public health officer she said was send this report that is about it there's been a death of a jeweler Kelly resident suspected to be related to severe pulmonary injury associate with. so now the two layer can only public health branch would like the world residence any use of eighty six poses a possible risk to health of one's it could potentially cause severe lung injury and may even lead to death long term effects of vaping on health are unknown. anyone considering VV should be aware of the series potential risk associated with maybe. so they say the man also suffered from other complicating health issues. five anyone over forty so you don't know maybe you have COPD maybe he was a smoker and already had a week long as we don't know. right now the CDC is investigating over three hundred eighty cases across thirty six states this is the second definitely reporting California other deaths have occurred in Kansas Illinois Indiana Minnesota and Oregon. and I know some of you are saying okay you know everybody's a fool the role you know we're talking about one or two people a total of seven in a nation there's all this big drama and media attention and you know what yeah there's there's going to be this media attention because. thing that Americans don't want to do is get caught with their pants down okay. being in the media. and so we have so many other things killing. so many of us right I mean we have you know all these gun violence and you know it helps stabbings and mental illness and car accidents drunk driving you're right I mean there are people being killed every day. from all sorts of stuff. okay that story is in a sexy. talk about baby right now they've been is a big thing if you have been in your tagline in your key words you know it's it's gonna get top internet focus. and as a doctor. I am welcoming the attention that they've been is getting because I really don't want. full thinking it's a healthy solution to smoke and I don't want people to use the word healthy healthy in vaping should not be synonymous. it should be a very very very slow I'm sorry a very very short term get off smoking. but then get the hell our VP is fast as you can and that would be mine that would be the headline in my article get the hell off a bit as quick as you can. we don't know what the hell does. but the problem is is we have millions vaping. and so I have no problem with does make a big deal about seven deaths one is because it's seven too many but she always because we really got a lot of people doing it and we if we were effective and scaring kids to not smoke maybe will be effective it's during kids to not think. what I will not tolerate is vilifying the company. for the vaping best when they weren't really involved so for example one because we think of these vaping does is the THC oil. many of the patients were smoking THC oil well then the oil unfortunately kind of clogs up the lung cells in the lungs can't do what they need to do. now they say others reporter only some of the B. nicotine. some patients used both for the majority of them were smoking THC oil. doctors say the illnesses resemble elation injury the body a purely is reacting to the substance of the breed then so you would look at. fatigue chest pain diarrhea even vomiting you will see in the people who get this vaping Ellis but the CDC so as not identify the specific costs. right now though they are recommended to avoid VP our products have THC. because they seem to see that that is a common ingredient. and they have found that vitamin E. acetate with in. of the devices could be a culprit now yesterday we heard about the mint menthol. having a cancer causing compound. now this cancer causing compound that they have found in mint and menthol flavored E. six has been banned by US regulators but it has been banned as a food additive right now I think it is has free range any six the findings were published in the journal Jammeh internal medicine and provide the latest evidence about the concern to E. CIGS and vaping. and they found Paula Jones or pulling gone. and it's a carcinogenic constitutes of men's plants oil. and it is all but he said users one thousand times higher than those who smoke menthol cigarettes. that was from Duke University school of medicine researchers the study involved six types of pulling gonna containing smokeless tobacco an E. cigarette liquids use for baby. the FDA barred the use of pull a gun I'm from family service pronounced it as a food additive because it had gotten petitions route the departmental groups of the FDA barred but only as a food additive what the hell are people doing smoking it well it's in
Mueller Won't Say It, but Trump Clearly Obstructed Justice
"Just moments away from round two former special counsel Robert Muller taking questions from lawmakers this time on the intelligence committee we are just moments away from that committee hearing to convene on with a K. G. as Ron Owens cages John Ross manning KGO as Pat Thurston and I wanted to bring up something before we go back to the committee obstruction of justice and the argument by some that well he wasn't successful so it's not a crime zero that was clearly laid out you know I'm all or answering yeah opposite that obstruction of justice is still a crime even after he was unsuccessful let me point out the Republicans keep raising this issue of underlying crime Richard Nixon did not order order the Watergate break in Richard Nixon ultimately fell because of a cover up of the argument that is being made as the president attempted to obstruct and cover up by the way a Dorian just sent me an email I feel I'm very informed I haven't missed a beat about trump I just hope the next election legitimately removes them I would prefer impeachment talk about a guy in the middle there it is the way I saw the it just south of the Hank Johnson from fifteen hundred on each side yeah the problems have been like Barry Goldwater said you know carpet off letter flowed out of the ocean yeah as to what Pat thirst and said earlier you don't you said you're more interested in hearing the questioning from the intelligence committee because they're going to focus on the Russia meddling which is important and multi even stated that was the most important thing that Americans the smaller all hearing give the reason yeah right well I is that the reason well this afternoon yeah I will be put on the spot and I think that one of the the reason that I want this more so we've talked a lot and I think the American people have been exposed a lot to the questions about obstruction although witness tampering with something that Miller also said occurred but the the rush investigation people just passed through the first part of this because there wasn't he did state that he there was insufficient evidence to prove a criminal conspiracy there was so much more there there's so much in there about the actual collusion the cooperation that was taking place the soliciting of information that was coming from the trump campaign there was so much in there and it didn't in his in his opinion rise to the level of a criminal conspiracy for which he could be charged but there's an awful lot in there that would indicate it either to my mind on ethical behavior corrupt behavior of behavior that was certainly collusion even if it didn't rise to that level and so I'm anxious for them to get that information out so that the American public here's an interesting you say that because it was inconclusive as you said but then the but then on the second part of the mall the report it really zeros in on the it was not structured as Jolla's so this seems like there's more there because it was more complicated it was mainly in lab so that whether it succeeds or not that's ridiculous I mean if up obstruction of justice is what you do if you want to file for impeachment the question of whether the Russians coopted the election influence the election is a critical question and I want to remind you the president of the United States to this day denies that the Russians influence the election and the president was asked if he trusted of the word of Latimer putting or American intelligence agencies and I also want to remind you that there is an active report this morning that Dan coats who is the DCI may be removed and who was the president consulting with on that but Devin newness so there's a lot there are a lot of layers former Republican has that's right there are a lot of layers here now but all right people need to keep their eye on one ball the Russians interfered in the American election there is no question about that even in addition to that John it's that the Russian interference would not have possibly been as extensive or as successful as it was without the cooperation of the trump campaign format once approached right once approached you know had day immediately gone to the FBI some of these efforts could have been thwarted some of this information could potentially have been made public the American people could have been aware so this I think also goes to a potential impeachment are they load are they starting to get in yeah Adam shooter yeah Schiff is taking his seat I thought it was interesting congressman Tom McClintock from the Sacramento area had an interesting way to sum up Muller's report and I want to play that for you here although weak up not you can't put it up okay never I was gonna try and play for my own computer and that's not going to be working but I talked about that Robert Muller ringing the doorbell and then dropping his report on fire and running away so I thought it was a great way to describe it no matter what side you're on yeah I know it's it's to the biggest of the four hundred plus pages into that run on hers needs to do something right exactly and that's coming from a Republican and it's it's really important to realize that fact now I'm looking at the at the screen and we're going to bring you the sound but Adam Schiff is about to call together the Senate of the house intelligence committee and this will focus on the question of collusion cooperation Russian interference in the election and I will be fascinated by how the president tweets in response to what we are going to hear over the next several hours it is going to be an awful lot that he's not going to answer in this regard to because in addition to the Russians there were a number of other people who were not indicted and so those are individuals that the justice department has told him he should not be talking about including you know the don junior and I can't remove us but there are other people who are Erik Hicks was brought up in the last one though when he responded to that request just last week hope picks was subpoenaed refused to comply with a subpoena right because she lied well but whatever the reason the president extended executive what he it's not exactly a privilege she center it's some new myth right about executive authority to prevent her from testifying yes and let me tell you the committee was not happy about that the Democrats anyway well what if thirty four I think was a thirty four Russians that were indicted I'm not more than two dozen what yeah thirty by two thousand thirty six thirty seven I mean yeah thirty seven seven entitled and from big did more than two dozen indicted Russian right you know no matter what the Russians are going to interfere with this next election to I'm sure they already on that what what we didn't hear they call John show every night signal right it just goes all the way to Russia what we didn't hear it was the voice of errands that plea is the assistant special counseling you may this afternoon because I believe that he is going to be sworn beings at least that's the anywhere but wasn't enough for I was hearing this wasn't that Miller may yes trump is really mad about that that was one of the things he also tweeted about was the fact that they were going to allow him to even be in the hearing he said it was never agreed that Robert Muller could use one never Trumper lawyers help with his answers Donald Trump has no right at all talking about agreement but he says it was specifically not agree to and I would never have agreed to it wasn't matter what he says why I think he needs to agree to it because the president of the United States this president of United States seems to have an over inflated view of the power of the president and certainly when you consider three co equal branch of government as angry as the president may be at the Congress and the judiciary he can't interfere it's interesting that what was not gotten into Israeli why Mahler didn't somehow insist that he get the testimony from a president trump himself right nobody asked why did why I mean that resonate very basic question right now and I think he would have said no but I'd like to get that he wouldn't answer but I would like to get that on the red white that may still be asked let me remind you the fundamental question the subpoena was the meeting in trump tower which goes to the heart of what we're going to do in the Senate and the house intelligence committee so that may yet come up in short we are going to be riveted for the next two hours plus to the testimony before the house intelligence were you guys surprised that the Republicans are using as an argument the fact that Muller could not indict a sitting president as department of justice policy in kind of twisting that into an argument that he didn't do his job let's hear from congressman Jim Jordan who try to contrast the charging decisions between members of the campaign and the president charge regains for false statements you charge Paul metaphor for false statements charge Michael Cullen with false statements you charge Michael Flynn a three star general was false statements but the guy who puts the countries to this whole saga starts at all for three years we live this now he lies and you guys don't charge and I'm curious as to why well I can't get into it and and it's obvious I think if we can't get into charging decisions that wasn't about trump if I'm pretty sure is that was not about Donald Trump that was about that professor who he who he asserted Jordan asserted was the beginning of all of this that it was the professor who gave the information about the top the list who then relayed the information right to the an Australian yeah so it wasn't about that but they did that was it did seem to be part of their strategy that they would twist the idea of the LC a memo that would not that Muller cited that would not allow him to indict and you know John I don't know if we have time for this but you know I've talked about this extensively that LC memo really is not a it's not to the constitution it's not the law and it's not just a policy just says that the president cannot be indicted it doesn't say in the about when it's not I don't know if it's not finding do you understand I I can make the argument I it's an LLC opinions about any informed playing which which the Attorney General watered enforced both Attorney General spot one of error the deputy Attorney General Mister Reznor signed it and so that's the problem it was an impediment which well I think is wrong I think it's wrong in law I do too John I do too and and you know I think when you look at what happened with the Bill Clinton and the independent counsel there's a Ken Starr he certainly did divide by that understand if you read Lee on shore skis book which is well worth reading he talks about why he did what he did and then remember that during the Clinton scandal in in two thousand actually the justice department simply reinforce reinforce that but let me also point out that two days before he left office Bill Clinton admitted that he obstructed justice that he'd committed perjury and his fine if you will was that he was disbarred in Arkansas disbarred before the Supreme Court had to pay Paula jones' legal expenses and he did it Bill Clinton did it because he was told if he didn't the minute he left the inaugural platform he would be indicted so for Bill Clinton it was a matter of of saving his frankly thank god that they'll bring up hope picks again in this discussion because the whole thing about hope Hicks was because she was involved in these emails that were related to the trump tower midday cations Miller is coming in a lot less so okay gotcha yeah we we are yeah just about to begin the second hearing with Robert Muller just moments away Robert Muller has just walked into the committee hearing room for the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff will swear him in and I will be followed by analysis with KGO is John Robb and Pat thirst and Ron Owens and that mark
Retired U.S. Justice John Paul Stevens dies, leaving liberal legacy
"Retired justice John Paul Stevens served on the Supreme Court for more than thirty years he died of complications following a stroke he suffered on Monday he was ninety nine years old Chief Justice John Roberts announced Stephen's death in a written statement in which he called him quote a son of the Midwest heartland and a veteran of World War two Roberts also said justice Stevens devoted his long life to public service his unrelenting commitment to justice has left us a better nation NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is on the line with me now good morning and good morning so tell us about John Paul Stevens long life and career Stevens is appointed in nineteen seventy five by president Ford he was a Republican born and bred in Chicago he was a moderate conservative and interestingly president Ford at the time said that he wanted to appoint addresses with no political price because that was just at the beginning of the Ford administration was right after Watergate the resignation of president Nixon and Stevens was a well known very respected appeals court judge in Chicago beloved by his colleagues he was not on the list of likely contenders prior to this but he was a choice of Ford was very happy with spoke with glowingly up until the time of his staff in fact that it decades after pointing Stevens president Ford in two thousand five said you know you you're not usually known by the justice is your point let that not be the case with my presidency for I am prepared to allow history's judgment of my term in office to rest if necessary exclusively on my nomination thirty years of justice John Paul Stevens he has served his nation well at times carrying out his judicial duties as always with dignity intellect and without partisan political concerns and Stevens was a guy who involved right he came in as a moderate conservative but that's not the way he left the court well he would say he didn't involve Ivanov and I actually think he's right he said that he didn't change it was the court the changed he was at the center right of the court when he came on but as more Republican presidents got the opportunity to name Supreme Court nominees and as those nominees were more and more conservative Stephen suddenly found himself at the left end of the court the most liberal and of the court he hated that label because he views himself as a conservative what were some of his notable decisions he wrote about four hundred majority opinion for the court that's a really a lot of majority opinions almost on every imaginable subject from property rights to immigration from abortion to guns to obscenity from school prayer to campaign finance reform from the relationship between the federal and state governments to the power of the presidency I think the decisions that will likely be remembered for are those he wrote about national security and presidential power he wrote the court's five to three decision repudiating George W. bush's assertion of unilateral executive power in setting up war crimes tribunals at Guantanamo bay Cuba and in two thousand four in the six to three decision he wrote that one time detainees could challenge their detention in court and both of those decisions had profound implications for the limits of presidential powers to be clear you know no well bush was not the first president to feel the sting of justice Stevens words he wrote the supreme court's unanimous decision refusing to postpone Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president Clinton let's take a listen to Stevens summarizing his decision for the venture in nineteen ninety seven and here is dismissing the notion that the suit would be a burden on the presidency in the entire history of the Republic only three sitting presidents have been subjected to suits for their private action as for the case at hand there's nothing in the record to identify any potential harm that might ensue from scheduling the trial promptly after discovery is included you know when did you last talk with John Paul Stevens I talked to him in April for an interview about one of his three Bucks it was a memoir he took the his as I said he'd written three since leaving office he told me that he was still swimming in the ocean in Florida that he was paying a wicked game of ping pong he bragged about it saying it was nobody his aides that he thought could beat him at the at the condo where he left and he said he he traded in his tennis racket for his ping pong paddle in a conversation I was reminded what a kind gentleman he was and what a sweet and understated temperament he had he sent pictures and a video which we posted online of him playing ping pong with a much younger neighbor NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg thanks Nina thank you
Former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies
"Retired US Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens has died of complications from a stroke he was ninety nine NPR's Nina Totenberg reports that Stevens over saw some of the court's most historic decisions Stevens offered hundreds of majority opinion for the court on almost every issue imaginable from abortion to obscenity from school prayer to congressional term limits but the decisions he likely will be remembered for most are those involving presidential power and national security he wrote the court's decision repudiating president bush's assertion of unilateral executive power in setting up war crimes tribunals at Guantanamo bay Cuba and he wrote the court's decision allowing the Guantanamo detainees to challenge their detentions in the U. S. courts Mister bush however was not the first president to feel Stephen staying Stevens also wrote the court's decision refusing to postpone Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president Clinton Nina Totenberg NPR news
"paula jones" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"And we're back finally. Paula Jones for that. Computer? Screw it just took over. He took over one all the commercials. We have at the stock thing is whatever it is the Phil Valentine show six one five seven three seven nine nine. Eight six old buddy. Eddie scary from the Washington Examiner on with his Eddie. How are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm doing very well got a piece today about the Democrats on the verge of chaos. We're looking at Alexandria custody. Orthez enter sixty minutes interview with Anderson Cooper, she wants to get his all fossil fuels in twelve years. This new green deal the rest of it. And then I detected another you do I detect a little bit of desperation in the voice of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. I think that they get nervous about this government shutdown. What say you? I think as far as the government shutdown goes this press conference that the president helped today changed everything. And I think that it it it's true. The Democrats should be nervous about it. I think they thought they had. And actually, it's true that they did have the President Trump on his heels about this whole thing. He's implying defenses entire time until I think he read by Collins, by the way. He's now playing offense. And yeah, I think that you know, he changed a lot with this press compensates as far as Alexandria patio, Cortes whose name is way too long. I think her and the rest of the freshman Democrats. I think that they're waking up to a very rude reality, which is that the people who are in charge are not gonna let them run the show. Pelosi is not she's not crazy about impeachment the person that she put I forget his name the guy who's who's at the democrat is running the judiciary committee, and he's not crazy about impeachment the person they put on the climate quote climate crisis committee. She's not crazy about the new green deal that they're looking about. So yeah, I think that the these left. These New Democrats is the real left wing of the party is in they're waking up to a reality. And I think when it comes to the shutdown. I think that all the Democrats are now realizing that this isn't going to be the case. What they thought it would. So when you say the press conference today, I thought the pre I didn't see all the press conference today. But I thought the one yesterday with the border patrol folks, I think that was strong. What about today you think is a game changer? Well, the one yesterday was strong, and I had just previously written that President Trump needs to be showing people what he's talking about. And not just tweeting about it. And not just you know here and there commenting he needs to be showing. And I and I think I hadn't even written with with border patrol agents. Like what's going on? You had one of the agents that said the he worked in one of the border areas in Arizona, and he said there was there was no barrier there. No, physical wall no barrier, and there was crime. And there was drugs pouring across the border out of control. We need to have a border and that was strong. And yet you had the MSNBC in particular just would not even show it on there. I don't know if you know this. We talked about it yesterday. We had to pull the quote off because we take the news conference. Nobody was showing this thing. Well, yeah. CNN did show. And and I think FOX did. But yet you had TNN immediately after talking about well, he didn't take questions. This wasn't a real press the press event, it doesn't matter. But yes, yesterday's was strong for the people and people who read the the reports about it. Hopefully, they read mine and today was even better. I mean, he came out breathing fire like a dragon. I was so happy to see the old Trump back. So what did you ever? So you think today he's like you said he's on the the offense instead of defense, right? Right. Yes. And so he's saying I may even I may even use an emergency. You know deal and say we got to build the wall because it's the national emergency. I thought that was a new twist on the Democrats got nervous. I think that that's right. I don't I mean, I'll I'll let you go the lawyers, but my understanding from what I've read from other places is that yet. That is something that is within his control. I think that it's a divisive thing to do. And I think that's what he's looking out for is. It something, you know. Because this is what happened. He and this is what every single thing. He's done that he does it by executive order, which did he threw threw the moon. Obama did these things and yet what what the Democrats they've they've gotten good at doing. And yet they're seeing that it's not the best idea anymore with lithium court. But what what Democrats do they find? They they find sup liberal judges that they know is gonna stop this. They're going to issue a nationwide at Johnston and stop it. Republicans are doing a fantastic job in fighting fighting back on that front. Buy stock in the court. So yeah, I think that's what he's avoiding. Because once he does it. It's gonna get stopped by liberal. And then we have to wait a year or two point. He may even be out of office for four to make its way to the supreme court. See I think what he's been planning on a long is the the Democrats come up with the idea of using DACA as a counterweight to the wall, which he wants to do anyway. And he's proposed to them to do any way that a year ago, they come to him and say, okay, we're going to give the pathway to citizenship for these folks who were brought over here has children. And then we'll give you the wall. And then it becomes their idea. And then he's a win win for him. And then he lets them save face that could be right. I think that you may be going too far as a pathway to citizenship. I think legalization legal status run on. Maybe maybe, you know, I think I think his base in an conservatives at large. Are comfortable with that yet? Jeff. I'm not sure. Stay though, right? What's that? He lets them. Stay. I think that's the big deal. The Democrats won't right. Right. Right. But citizenship means vote. So then you have what ten million plus new democratic voters is what it's going to be. So I think that that that might be a rough area for him. But I I agree with you that I think that they should have been a long time ago, but he did an excellent job explaining explained today that he said we had a deal, but and they pretended they the Democrats that they had they had proposed twenty five thirty million dollars for the for a border construction of some type he said, but only one million of it was available immediately. And then the rest of the kind of on hold into dependent on different thing. He explained all that during the press conference. And I think that what it needs to be is. I think that is a fair deal if you wanna have dreamers give them legal status. Give him thirty thirty million twenty five million. If you want four Boorda construction, how long will this government shutdown? No, nobody has crystal ball. But what's your best guess couple of weeks? Maybe. I don't know. But I like I like last time I was on with you. I said I said this was that I watched it literally just on CNN a moment ago. But I had said if he's going to stick this out he needs to be prepared for the the media finding the one government contractor or government worker who now can't pay their light Bill for the month. I watched on CNN, they found a federal janitor, which I don't even know what that means who cannot who's not going to be able to pay her bills that she's got them delayed. She was on TV talking about now that her bills are doubling up. Well, I mean, this is this is the give and take with working for the government. You get big salaries you work, minimal hours, you get minimal workloads. And yet it's true that yes, you may have your job maybe suspended people go to this day in and day out. And I think that I think he understands that his his press conference was very strong. He seems about to give this could go on for a year. And if you stick to it, and and and if he's prepared to talk about immigration every single day day in and day out. He could win this thing. Excellent. Eddie scary. Always. A pleasure Washington Examiner dot com. You can go to our website, philvalentine dot com, look under show prep and you'll see a direct link to his piece we've been talking about Eddie. Appreciate it very much. Thanks bill. We'll talk to you soon. Quick time out. We'll get more of your phone calls. Other stories I've got a couple of things share with you got an astronaut who ill accidentally called nine one one from space. I don't even know how you do this. We'll share that with you in a moment and also, depression and girls they found link. We'll tell you what that is. We come back right after this..
"paula jones" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Access center. Someone has written. When you listen to some of these people defense stuff. It is sad to think they are actually real people that you could run into it any given moment. People who say that Republicans never have said anything bad only watch FOX truth is truth and truth shells, set you free. Here's another one from. Carey says Trump lobs up this big fat softball right in the wheelhouse each and every day get the mainstream media is picking on him. Well, he deserved to be picked on as far as I'm concerned. Here's another one from Ellen. And it says Clinton had to sit for a deposition for the Paula Jones lawsuit. And yes, a sitting potus can be deposed. Okay. I don't think cavenaugh thinks so and is one last one from Hal. See any black faces in those Trump white House Rose Garden pictures. Not since I'm already left or whatever name Omarosa. I'm sorry. Amaretto drinking, and I'm Rosa. Okay. We've got two more hours of our program left. Eight six six three nine one ten twenty talk or tax and some other subjects believe it or not to bring up in the next hour right now, we pause for the news with rose. Ryan douglas. Chairman lo HANA law firms studios has the foists Pittsburgh news from Katie K, a radio now, seventy three degrees at one.
"paula jones" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"We just love the circus. I was in the middle of telling you a story the context of will you drag a hundred dollar Bill through a trailer park. You never know what you're going to get see this is what one of a Clinton surrogate James Carville said about Paula Jones. Paula Jones who was sexually harassed by by Bill Clinton. Who exposed himself? In front of of Paula Jones. And told here basically told her to to please him orally. Now, they'd be careful. The children's says are the children says are lessening but seriously. The media they they didn't do their job in covering this. You got a whole generation of kids that don't understand growing up understand looking at President Clinton of what what he did what he was the accusations the claim that were made against him credible witness says. Senator Lindsey Graham brought this up last night at the at the the the Atlantic. There's some lanting forum. And I want you to go back to the top of this one a Ross because Senator Lindsey Graham was asked what do you think about President Trump will disappear at this woman? Yes. Last night. He was mocking forty the mock Ford. Eliza grips that I wouldn't have done that. However, if he's listening right now, what.
"paula jones" Discussed on WTMA
"You know if if he had done what president trump has done he said this about his impeachment it wasn't pleasant experience but it was a fight that i was led to undertake after the elections when the people in saudi told by two thirds or more republicans to stop it speaker gingrich told much eva staff she said you know i i know what historic election this is this hasn't happened in over one hundred fifty years but we're gonna impeach him anyway and he said why he said because we can and we want anybody else in your party to ever get president think we're going to award him to death and when i said that i realized that however amount i wasn't myself for what i did or anything else i had a responsibility to my country in the constitution to fight it i mean do you really think newt gingrich said that you really think newt green gingrich told the president president clinton's chief of staff that yeah we're gonna impeach him just because we can better to do so i figure we'll go ahead and start some impeachment processes stir things up here in washington now william it was because you lied to congress and the american people about your involvement with paula jones was it pure and simple you lie you perjured yourself while you were in office under oath you perjured yourself in front of the american people that's the it had you not done that there would have probably not been any impeachment proceedings and he went on to say like i told you before he went on to say that if a democrat were an office right now doing all the things that trump is doing then they would have already started impeachment processes what things what high crimes what misdemeanors what indictments what perjury none of them have been taken place so by but but trust me if there is a blue wave in november and the democrats get back in power there will be impeachment processes absolutely impeachment hearings will begin its seven forty five at the big talker.
"paula jones" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Billy cunningham the great american thanks for listening tonight and want to get right into this thing about what's going on with with rod rosenstein what's happening a robert muller what's happening with the clintonistas the democratic lawyers you worked for muller and what this means for trump because it appears likely that now i'm told by many inside washington in the next two or three weeks the president has made the decision to sit down with robert muller and to give whatever it is either testimony or statement to be interviewed from two to four hours about the four areas of inquiry that muller gave to the president's lawyers about three weeks ago which is a perjury trap permit me to explain as you know i've practiced law for some thirty five years i've been an assistant attorney general in the state of ohio and right now the rosenstein slash mccabe slash komi slash robert muller crew have put donald j trump and a terrible corner because if he elects not to give a statement it is that up to the clintonistas working for muller to go to a federal grand jury and get a subpoena to serve it on the president to come testify and trump's going to have to testify before a grand jury either in washington dc filled with democrats are northern virginia filled with democrats democrats proliferate in washington dc and a northern virginia so this president would be forced to testify under oath if he took the fifth which is certainly has right then that would be quickly leaked to the media and the media would have their collective hair on fire they go crazy the president is taken the fifth you might recall that he was supreme court ruled in paula jones versus clinton that clinton in office had to testify so he did test fine of course lied when a democrat lies under oath his popularity goes up the media excuse if he is only about sex and for republican president will lie under oath or engage in the same behavior that clinton engaged in the oval office that he made the oral office guess what that's a completely different standard whenever a democrat does it whether it's john f kennedy within turns from john f kennedy with judith campbell who was a prostitute the president shared with sam's giancana in chicago cnn and others say it's no big deal but when a republican has.
"paula jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Is it snowing but yeah it's crazy it's tough it's some crazy stuff now one thing what we're going to talk a little bit about here's how to help our our deer hunters had to help you save a little money they can go out and first off right now the guy says you know i want to put that plot into some kind of a some kind of high protein mix what does he need to do right now does he need go get a sample and send it out y'all yeah i i would i recommend it before they play anything whether it be grandma's or anything they buy cooper wherever the first thing they do is a sole task for sure it just gives them a road baptist excess tells them exactly how much our live or they made it what type how much land they need if any yeah that's certainly the first step in once they get that done apply was recommended but to say down and you know what part attack well matter with part of the tax break for rain obviously you might need to play harder if you're into wacker part of the state that's for sure it's dry out that part of the world up my part of the world now that's the thing taxes ali we've been doing this matter of fact this is our thirtieth anniversary this year god yeah yep but taxes has always been fairly unique and that you they used to part of the state is you know get so much writing paula jones so well and then the farther west you go of course the dryer you get tougher it gets go down south texas south texas they have a lot of forbes and stuff like twisted cash and all that kind of stuff brushed eight you go out and south texas are are south texas where they got twisted location out there west texas i got flattened grass pretty much any a little bit of sand and so the western part of the state several times and the gorgeous part of the country i think mountains and all that might not be grow grow anything but it's pretty to look at we just had gone just a little bit ago he was he's hunting outfitter in marathon and he says ken i says yeah he said we got some big oh dad right now he says just saw pair of.
"paula jones" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Okay so just following up on that on other point very quickly and then you can take it away it's the the other interesting point is you know there's been a lot of speculation i think informed speculation that muller as a as a as an officer of the justice department will have to follow the justice department scott that a sitting president cannot be indicted and so therefore and there's a question to you is someone who's been a a deputy independent counsel if muller's view is well he's not i'm not going to indict him because he can't be indicted then he's never going to actually be a target of a criminal investigation that that that muller presiding over so a couple of points there i is that there are two office of legal counsel opinions office of legal counsel is the office within the justice department that advises the attorney general on legal matters there are two office of legal account council opinions one from nineteen seventy three and one from two thousand which say a sitting president cannot be indicted and or tried for criminal behavior there is also a an opinion that says they can however be forced to go to civil trial we saw that in the paula jones case second the oil c opinions which are supposed to be policy of the torment may not apply entirely too muller that is a matter that i think is under review whether he is as a a del designated pointy of the attorney journal acting sort of parallel to the justice department he is bound by those llc opinions but of course there are two things one is that the oil see the office of legal counsel is subordinate to the to the attorney general in this case deputy attorney general rosenstein so deputy attorney joe rosenstein has the authority to override the two thousand oil.
"paula jones" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And there's a lot of information that was said during that interview that did not make it princeton she can described the president's unitarian great detail a little more than i ever need to know bill clinton and paula jones jones said i'll tell you not only did it happen but i can descri how his member was when he was turgid how it's different than others that i've seen before because it's the leaning tower of pizza with much more than i ever need to know just showed how sleazy things have gotten everybody really it puts so much pressure on bill and hillary clinton and their supporters is how could she adequately describe your three p set that is so different than most other man's how could she have no net without actually seeing it touching you got only knows what doing god only knows and i think it's way too much information we asked by the way we had david schwartz on as you know he's been on our show a few times and he didn't exclusive interview with us a couple of days ago he is the attorney for michael cohen who is president trump's personal attorney and we asked him remember at that point is there any physical evidence is there was something there and he was like nah she is grandstanding there's nothing there take a listen there's nothing they're clean guy is playing games i have no idea why but he's gonna lose some court just did this provision is terrific he said he's gonna lose in court game why is schwartz and other attorneys for michael cohen pressing this because having nadia said there eight nine of the women who acute up to make the same allegations and obviously they're waiting to see what happens with stormy daniels if the court rules against her and she's got a pay what ten million maybe more dollars those wounded probably not saying anything but if they see that the court sides with stormy daniels with avenue arguments that could mean a floodgate of other women that come forward who will not at all fear breaking their confidentiality agreement with quote michael cohen and llc in wilmington that supposedly the president and know about either and that's what this is all about is that you don't want to open the floodgates by all this by the way i did also talk with david schwartz last night when this came out and he said it's quote utter nonsense that.
"paula jones" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Abo i and okay just a couple of more things and then we're off to the phones and you and the ongoing reaction of last week's signing of the omnibus omnibus the ominous omnibus i is this i want to read something to you this is from but nineteen ninety eight from a magazine called the new republic it's a left wing journal of opinion and it's entitled to privacy how bill clinton lost the right to be left alone it's not their business monica lewinsky toland trip explaining why she was inclined to lie to paula jones lawyers about her relationship with clinton it's not their business and lewinsky was of course correct there is something totalitarian about the invasions of privacy that have transfixed the nation during the past week as lawyers for paula jones of issued subpoenas to compel all the women who've crossed president clinton's path to discuss their sex lives under oath and is independent counsel kenneth starr as used his subpoena power to compel the president's personal secretary to describe illicit activities in the white house that she may have observed so during the clinton lewinsky scandal at drivebys were out there nobody's business it's just sex it didn't get in the way of leading the way of his doing his job hillary clinton care about it it's none of our business anybody heard anything like that involving trump is just like when obama hoover's up every user's data on facebook when obama's digital team gets everybody's data every facebook users data they're called geniuses they're called brilliant air called setting the path for the future when a conservative group ends up with the user data of fifty million not two billion fifty million users on facebook why this is intolerable this may be a crime we cannot permit this so when the left wants everybody's user data it's genius and right when conservatives get in on the act somehow it's criminal with bill clinton's nobody's business with trump it's everybody's business despite all of this trump's approval is holding steady and in addition to that the republicans continue to shrink the democrats edge in all polling data on the midterm elections it's a fox news.
"paula jones" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Okay just a couple more things and then we're off to the phones and you and the ongoing reaction of last week's signing of the omnibus omnibus the ominous omnibus i is this i want to read something to you this is from nineteen ninety eight from a magazine called the new republic it's a left wing journal of opinion and it's entitled the privacy how bill clinton lost the right to be left alone it's not their business monica lewinsky told linda trip explaining why she was inclined to light a paula jones lawyers about her relationship with clinton it's not their business and lewinsky was of course correct very something totalitarian about the invasions of privacy that have transfixed the nation during the past week as lawyers for paula jones of issued subpoenas to compel all the women who've crossed president clinton's path to discuss their sex lives under oath and is independent counsel kenneth starr as used his subpoena power to compel the president's personal secretary to describe illicit activities in the white house that she may have observed so during the clinton lewinsky scandal at drivebys route there's nobody's business it's just sex didn't get in the way of leading the way of is doing his job hillary clinton care about it so it's none of our business.
"paula jones" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Six eight 1135 i i can't even begin to imagine the party i would hurry and get those less tickets you're tickets already gone but for lake saturday with nancy pelosi i mean what is going to do final sex liberal 2017 someone said it we come into dc i'm like i think we're going to happen next year because i believe we have an eastman her resume front but we have to be there for their i liked what god's it's going to bigger than a women's march all we should all just wear way i despaired of via like that what is on the effort jets all everybody where white pants until the make his attic here's the thing so hillary i will not be making a statement and we were saying because she's laughing to harden their like miami we'll try to get man oh you're familiar wanna say lock him up can't man secretary up males but my sunglasses onto your lowered this is going to be like that night in the way helps member when they come bill clinton playing the bongo's smoke and difficult paula jones leszek of hillary laughter effort maxine waters is tweeted he says simple lock him up lock them up a lot of them up lock them anthony magazine hit the headlines through our is it possible that were enjoying this story even more than because france's you called it yeah this was at eleven nineteen this must have been after the employment before the news that flynn is his flipped on trump and his going to testify that he ordered him a replacement russia white house sees the flynn charges a win god this is so happy can us unhappy music one person familiar with the mood in the just some happy smiling promotional at music thank you one person familiar with the mood in the white west wing insists top white house officials are actually breathing a sigh of relief today people in the building or very happy happy happy okay so it's like we're gonna find out your existing burkheart is getting married so happy for you uh this doesn't like packed at trump in any way shape or form oh my god now they should have waited up you meant said i.
"paula jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"World has changed the now hillary would have to actually admit that the real person that was guilty of sexual assault was her husband and she'd have to ask questions of her husband which did g ever ask kim dude paula jones lie to me if she lying to the country was did you really show europeanist to paula jones pulled down your pans and say kiss it did you fondled groped kiss grab touch halfmillion willie or did you not because that's what all the accusations har and she never said a word now the clinton foundation they won't even return the two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in donation that weinstein gave you the clinton foundation is like nobody in the media except me during this election kept saying he's taking money from countries that abuse women severely abused women marital rape not a clint crime domestic abuse not a crime not voting not not driving a car told how to dress and then killed gay gays and lesbians wow sean hannity st louis why would you take money from a country that kills innocent people and imprisons a group of people women and you're the great feminist and then and persecute christians and jews so the dnc they're keeping the money the clinton foundation is keeping the money you know and then clear hillary's now lecturing the world about sexism and the best saw jeannie is an epidemic in society and yeah your husband got away with almost all of it slick willie and you didn't see a word is like you took the money of countries that practise sharia and they've bought your silence and you're keeping harvey weinstein is money too because money means more than these phony words that you're uttering out on the campaign trail where do you hear the stories about the casting couch we have a an actress and langer it sin city it's in the music business the movie business the tv business modelling business it's all over the place and liberals have known about this for years hollywood new the democrat's new and of media is known and they did nothing bunch of phony hypocrites we've wait are you here the kaya joan story and the.
"paula jones" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Total fabrication prompted accuser in former apprentice star some reserve a loose summer fire to sue him for defamation in january and as first reported by buzzfeed her lawyer gloria allred issued a wide ranging subpoena in march to the president's campaign seeking all documents concerning any woman who asserted that donald j trump touched her inappropriately including any basis for donald j trump's statements that any such women or women fabricated created or lied about her their interactions with him over motivated to come forward by fame or ten minutes of fame money politics or pressure from the clinton campaign part of their argument is that the president is legally immune from being sued because he is president we respond with a case that paula jones versus president clinton it which went all the way up to the us supreme court in the us supreme court indicated no man is above the law even the president united stays is not above the law this supreme court did allow paula jones is sexual harassment lawsuit against president bill clinton to proceed the trump's lawyers argued this issue instead a subpoena is a different circumstance stating ms allred has served a farreaching subpoena on the trump campaign that seeks holy irrelevant information intended solely to harass the president indeed ms allred herself has questioned how the president could run the country if faced with broad discovery any attacks on me this is not new people who oppose knee often well attacked me personally which is usually a sign that they don't have a good argument against the merits of my argument.
"paula jones" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In a letter to the paper vance's and nonpartisan watchdog group is not going to be monitoring his fundraising former san francisco 49 her who's taking any protest prompted other players who do the same taking action against the nfl now in a grievance filed with the nfl cohen capper nick said the league team owners have colluded to keep him from playing cabernet accusers his said imminently qualified but they accused the teams in the nfl of retaliating against the quarterback because of its advocacy for equality and social justice no comment from the nfl which capper nix filing said was coerced by the executive branch of the us government aaron katersky reporting the action first reported by the bleacher report was used on 104 there is a subpoena out that's been issued in case of a woman who was a accusing the president of groping her for all the documents from his campaign about the women who have accused of sexual misconduct the woman's attorney gloria allred a part of their argument is that the president is legally immune from being sued because he is president we respond with a case paula jones versus president clint it which went all the way up to the us supreme court in the us supreme court indicated no man is above the law even the united states is not above the law the accuser summers of rosy firm were consisted on the apprentice buzzfeed first reported these subpoenas existence she claims trump kissed her twice in the lifts during a lunch meeting in his new york city office and on a separate occasion in beverly hills he alleged he kissed her aggressively touched her breast in a statement at the time trump denied the claims when twotime 105 now the official ten ten wins accuweather 4day forecast overnight partly to mostly cloudy breezy with a shower or two low fifty nine monday breezy today cooler sunshine returning high sixty two four game.
"paula jones" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Have a case of monday's i just need at me they could wait on cbs is just what the doctor ordered i'm about to show you something that i haven't show to a paycheck does kevin james i thought everybody would enjoy little crew deitz it's critical frenchlanguage police are here too tv's number one gravity i just heard the information you got to give a man a second to celebrate wait cbs monday or stream it live or on demand wins news time twelve fifty four sixty nine degrees in midtown now going down to fifty nine mostly cloudy in new york summers servile say former contested on the apprentice who accused president trump of groping gurzo issuing a subpoena for all documents from trump's campaign all those documents pertaining to the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct in the past gloria allred is the woman's lawyer part of their argument is that the president is legally when from being sued because he is president we respond with a case of paula jones versus president clinton it which went all the way up to the us supreme court in the us supreme court indicated no man is above the law even the united states is not above the law zeros alleged just weeks before the 2016 presidential election that mr trump it appropriately kissed her groped her the beverly hills hotel in two thousand seven the statement at the time mr trump denied these claims president trump's scheduled to meet today monday with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell are spotted david right tells us they have watched catch up on this is their first meeting since the senate failed to pass the latest version of obamacare repeal it's their first meeting since their candidate the candidate they both supported in the alabama republican senate primary went down in flames and the president has not spared his criticism of mitch mcconnell in the weeks since but now you're appears to be making nice the white house says he reached out by telephone on saturday and the two will sit down for lunch or with the vice president on monday would you like to be a fly on the wall for that walked wins news time twelve fifty six and time for bloomberg money watch shot 10 10 win this will be a big week for corporate news reports though with we'll start out slowly with net flick csx and ruby tuesday on the.
"paula jones" Discussed on Civics 101
"That's correct but of course being the lawyer for the us government basically makes you lawyer for the prison united states in many different capacities if the president is suit in his capacity as president for example uh somebody decides to sue uh the us government and names the president today that would be donald trump uh for violating some kind of law in that sense the us attorney general would absolutely a be in charge of the department of justice and thus be technically responsible for defending the us government however if somebody decided to sue the president personally uh for example president bill clinton was sued personally a by paula jones for acts that happened before he was president of the united states the attorney general play no role at all in that would the attorney general prosecute the president if the president broke federal law it's a fantastic question and the answer is no because at that point the conflicting loyalties would be overwhelming i consider that the attorney general is appointed by the president i'd states and can be terminated by the prison united states virtually at will it doesn't even have to be buy cars from that sedan point if the president violated a law of the united states and if the us attorney general determined that almost always the attorney general would not be inappropriate person to handle that because of his or her conflicting loyalty and so you that's when you would handed off to a lower level person or more likely even a special prosecutor of some sort in so what does it mean for the attorney general to be the country's chief law enforcement officer could.
"paula jones" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Great to be here all right so let's start with the beginning to figure out which of those three stories is true would it not be necessary for wheeler and his lawyer to do poll to depose the president and could they do so legally it would certainly be helpful to the polls image or it looks roof looked and how the trump administration is taking notes on a crash course presidential powers we've had to ask whether a sitting president can be indicted we've asked whether the president can pardon himself and now we're asking whether the president can be to pose for us lawsuit about his allegedly creating fake news and like a lot of the things that donald trump does it's never been done by our president about four so it's an issue of first impression we do know that a sitting president can be built polls if he's the subject of a suit about conduct that happened before he became president the supreme court said that in the case in which paula jones sued bill clinton for sexual harassment so clinton had to submit to a deposition but in other cases the court has said that if it's about an official lack could happen when the president was in office then that lawsuit us to wait until after he leaves so the question here is whether this is an official act it's about a murder investigation at the end of the day so if a court decides the desert dozen cows one of his official duties from the president could be hauled into court and forced to ask questions answered questions about whether he up create fake news interesting any other sort of peace of this is the conspiracy affect any on and whether or not the white house was in on knowing that this story who would essentially exonerate donald trump that's what they were hoping it would do in any collusion with russia this is rod wheelers attorney whose name is douglas week door talking to stephanie early did early and doubling down on the i'd get at the white house knew about story ticketless.