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"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"It's a lobbyist. I caught a lobbyist Washington. I yeah that that rant went on for a while like like three minutes long. Even though the story he was raving about was actually in the New York Times and he's bitching about the post trump's tantrum seriously. I I couldn't make this stuff up. Trump's tantrum continued when he and the president of Finland reconvened for a press conference in a formal press conference during which this was talking about before Reuters Jeff Mason. Jason attempted to get an answer to a very straightforward question. Here's the question you just make clear right here. What do you or what did you want presidents ability to do with regard to Joe and Hunter Biden pretty clear straightforward question the first time he was asked trump deflected with a rambling non-answer complaining claiming that the US is alone in giving monetary support to Ukraine and again this answer or non answer went on for over two minutes at which time Mason tried again about Biden. Will you look into online look Biden and his son are stone cold. Old Crooked is son walks out with millions of dollars. The Kid knows nothing you know and so do we go ahead. Ask quickly so instead of answering the question. The president leveled an unsubstantiated personal attack against the former vice president and his son and then directed the reporter Jeff Mason to ask ask the president of Finland to question but Mason persisted in trying to get him to actually answer the question he asked well. Donald didn't like that that Oh not one little bit. The question was what did you want presidents Alinsky to do about Vice President Biden and his son Hunter Yeah. It was just a follow up of what I just asked you sir. Here's the meltdown we have the president of Finland. Ask Him a question. I have one form. I just wanted to follow the one that I asked you. Which you want? You hear me you ask him a question. I will but giving you a long answer ally answer but it wasn't a question don't be route and that's the president wanted you to have a chance to answer the question that I asked you a whole hoax and you know who's playing into the hoax people like you and the fake news media that we have in this country and I say in many cases the corrupt media because you're corrupt. The media in this country is not just fake. It's corrupt and you have some very fine people to rate journalist great reporters to a large extent. It's corrupt and it's fake. Ask the President of Finland the question bliss okay. I'll move on now okay so so he did so then Jeff Mason said all all right he gave up three times. He's not going to answer the question I think I made my point so he moved on to ask the president of Finland do question but of course trump jumped in with his own answer to the question directed toward president needs so but the president of Finland did head at least get a few words in edgewise Mr Producer. Did you have here crate. Democracy could be going on. Keep it going on actually that that statement was made after the president of Finland said Look I've had some time to visit some of your museums and he talked about the history and wonderful there wonderment of the United States and he said you know you got a great democracy here. Keep it up or keep it going yeah so that all happened then one last thing from that press conference so so a Finnish reporter had the chance to ask a question. Donald trump went nuts and ask have a nice reporter. Oh of course they're all nice in Finland. You got nice reporters and so the president of Finland calls on a reporter who asks this because this is the biggest issue here at the moment. I have to ask ask what kind of favors has Mr Trump asked from you. ooh. Or the other way around Donald Okay so that happen so yeah and things just went berserk yesterday as you know things promised to be equally interesting today the House continues its impeachment teach me investigation into trump with recently resigned special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker who met with the House Intelligence Foreign Affairs and Oversight Committee's this morning behind closed doors. Well let me share with you. This just came over from the hill that Adam Schiff the chair of the Intelligence Committee Committee emerged from that closed door meeting in the capital basement where they were talking with The sub Kurt Volker again again behind closed doors. I don't know what kind of a readout we'll get on. We'll get on that meeting. If anything we can hope but but Schiff came out of that meeting went up to the microphones instead commented on Donald Trump's comments from this morning during in copter talk and he said quote to have the president of the United States suggesting urging a foreign country to interfere in our presidential elections is an illustration that the president if he learned anything from the two years of the molar investigation it's that he feels he can do anything with impunity. The president of the United States encouraging a foreign nation to interfere again to help his campaign by investigating arrival is a fundamental breach of the presidential oath of office. It endangers endangers our elections. It endangers our national security. It ought to be condemned by every member of this body. Democrats and Republicans alike and he went on from there so that all well that's all going on. There's other breaking news that started breaking late last night and into this morning earning so these new revelations coming almost hourly right and with them. It's apparent that trump didn't act alone on any of this. This Washington Post is out with a new story detailing vice president. Mike Pence is involvement in every aspect of the Ukraine matter from the Washington Post article trump repeatedly involved vice president pence in efforts to exert pressure on the leader of Ukraine at a time when the president was using other channels to solicit information that he hoped would be damaging to a democratic rival trump instructed pants not to attend the inauguration of president insolence gain may an event White House officials had pushed to put on the vice president's calendar when Ukraine's new leader was seeking recognition and support from Washington months later trump used pence to tells alinsky that US aid was still being withheld while demanding more aggressive action on quote corruption at that time following trump's July twenty fifth phone call with Zilenski the Ukrainians The Washington Post reports probably understood stood action on corruption meant the investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden and his son hunter and there's more it's all outlined in that Washington to post story but there's more despite pence's protestations that he was unaware of what was going on the fact is that one of his top advisors was on on July twenty fifth phone call and the vice president should have had access to the transcript actual transcript within hours. You know what's coming next right but wait. There's more the Washington Post is also reporting that Rudy Giuliani consulted several times in recent months with my drummer. Paul Manafort Paul Manafort trump's imprisoned former campaign chairman for helping pushing his conspiracy theory that the real story of the two thousand sixteen election is not Russian interference to elect trump but Ukrainian efforts to support it Hillary Clinton. Oh my God it's just it's all too absurd. It's just nuts right and and yet another report gives evidence that Senate judiciary chair Lindsey Graham he's complicit to sent letters to the prime ministers of Australia. Italy and Britain requesting their quote continued cooperation with Attorney General Bar as the Department of Justice continues us to investigate the origins and extent of foreign influence in the two thousand sixteen election so there you've got okay Giuliani Lindsey Graham and Attorney General Bill Barr who also up to his ears and carrying out the president's personal personal political than data. This is stunning and you have the Republicans in Congress mostly sleep playing you know see no evil hear. No Evil speak no evil. They're just staying silent. There are some cracks in the armor surfacing though House Democrats announce yesterday they'd Subpoena White House officials by the end of the week if their demands for documents related to the investigation into trump's pressure on Ukraine to investigate Joe Right Joe Biden were met House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings said in a letter I do not take this step lightly over the past several weeks committee's tried several times to obtain voluntary compliance with our requests for documents but the White House has refused to engage with or even respond to the committee's White House officials of course didn't directly respond to the question of whether they'd comply with a subpoena instead focusing criticism again on the impeachment process itself now as trump's people circle the wagons. It's worth remembering Russia's involvement in all of this yeah Russia right. Oh yeah them well on yesterday. NBC's Cure Simmons was at an event in Moscow where he got to question Vladimir Putin and and he did he asked him about potential Russian interference in the twenty twenty. US elections and Vladimir Ladimir Putin mocked the question with sarcastic answer. He's Russia as Miller alleged attempting to influence the twenty twenty elections in the United States. We will tell you in a secret. Yes we will definitely seek Christie so that everybody can laugh and so we go b but don't tell anyone cleese. Are you fucking in kidding me. That's how the president of Russia responded to a journalist questions about whether or not his country plan to interfere in the twenty twenty. Wani presidential elections and the fact that this comes right on the heels of news breaking just couple of days ago that during that 2017 Oval Office meeting with the Russians Laverov in Kislyak the president of the United States told those two Russian officials that he wasn't in the least bit concerned about Moscow's meddling in the US election. Those comments prompted White House officials to limit access to the summary of that meeting just as they hit hid readouts of phone calls to foreign foreign leaders in which trump allegedly asked for political favors cover up much. Oh my God hey sorry got a little song for both Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump ready to sing along meanwhile while all this stuff is going on the trump. Administration is still doing really evil heinous ship behind the scenes this from the New York Times the trump administration is moving to collect. DNA samples from hundreds of thousands of people booked into federal enroll immigration custody each year and to enter the results into a national criminal database they sang Wednesday the Justice Department was developing a federal regulation that would give immigration officers the authority to collect DNA in detention facilities across the country that are currently holding more than forty thousand the people my God you know the cop in Dallas who killed turn neighbor allegedly thinking that it was her apartment that she entered when she shot him even though there was a red rug out in front of the door hoping made no oh sounds well we.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"He would be held in contempt and that contempt citation needs we voted on by the committee, but the full Senate. And so my Republican colleagues are now going to be tested, the Republican chairman Richard Burr is doing his job because there's no case closed on Russian attack on our democracy. We need to know the. Fat. I'm going to make this argument that want to hear your response. And the argument goes like this the motor report is out redacted. But the the bulk of it and the findings are in the first volume about collusion are what they are. Why does it matter? Why chase down Don jR, for what he said to the committee when the facts are already established an out in the Miller report, the facts, in fact, may not be fully established by the mills mellow report. There are a lot of open questions that remain to be answered as Mark Warner just implied. And the Muller report raises many of them. In fact, we sent a letter members of the judiciary committee on the democratic side to the powers that be asking for Muller to appear because we have about sixty questions about not only obstruction, but also Russian collusion and remember the attack on our democracy continues, and those facts and need to be no. On. I'm curious what you make of the internal caucus dynamics among your colleagues across the aisle. Obviously a lot of Republican senators very mad at Richard Burr. Lots of primary threats online, and such this is from a New York reporter Nick fan dose on what happened at the closed-door lunch today in the closed-door GOP lunch Burr walk through the back story of the subpoena for Don, jR, defended his investigations work per people directly familiar McConnell also spoke up offering his support for Mr. Burton his handling of the committee. What what do you things happening here? The intelligence committee is doing its job that Trump junior contacts with Constantine Cohen, neck or other Russian agents, the provision of polling data by Paul Manafort, then go on Trump Tower Moscow the meeting at Trump Tower in New York, his dealings with his father on the statement that obviously was misleading in deceptive and explaining that meeting. There are a slew of questions that the intelligence committee has to be focusing on not on the. So I can't speak for that committee or Richard. But he is doing his job one question. He didn't have contact with Constantine Kalinic as far as we know. Right. You were saying that about Paul Manafort Paul Manafort had the contact. Okay. Donald trump. She's in her may have known about it. I said final question you did have them before your committee judiciary committee. And I think I've asked you this before but given now that you've had time to look through the whole report. Do you think he lied to you when you had them before your own committee? There are very very serious about his credibility as factual accuracy. Which is why I have said from the outset that he should be called back before committing to explain why he gave seemingly inaccurate and misleading answers on for example. Whether he knew about those Trump Tower Moscow negotiations he said that that he had only peripheral awareness. Well, the Michael Kohn testimony indicates exactly the opposite..
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Good morning. So good to be with you. Rod Rosenstein is leaving the department of Justice this according to a report earlier this morning, not that he's being forced out by Donald Trump ABC news reporting that Rosenstein said that he was expecting to serve about two years. He's done that. And he's Wadden way. This is going to come close to the same time that William Barr who is President Trump's pick for attorney general will take office. What does this mean for the Muller investigation? Can't tell you. I cannot tell you in any way, shape or form the reports. Now is that Manafort? He actually shared Trump campaign data. With a Russian associate. The associate Constantine. Killick K. I L I am. And I k. They supposedly had a series of conversations or at least one conversation. We're data was shared. How how bad is that for President Trump again, I can't tell you how bad is it for Paul Manafort Paul manafort's in a world of hurt. Just so we're all perfectly clear and a guy who in a world of hurt might do our say anything to get out of some of that hurt rod Rosenstein, he is walking away and yesterday if you missed it, it was the funeral service memorial service for Tyler Trent here in Carmel. There's one tonight at Purdue I watched the livestream of of some of it. I didn't get to see. Unfortunately, the entirety of it.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Do we know what we do? Not know it Senate. Here's the thing. I'm thrown it in. But I said yesterday, we have to know what's in it to give it the team is keeping. Tony Esposito socks or something from the last game that he played. Yeah. I'm not I'm not sure they're keeping tight-lipped on the prize pack includes but you're gonna get it with the jersey. If you're the seventh glowing listens every morning as do most of the Blackhawks and that fine organization, Pete call Sandberg, and let us know it's in the price back sheriff. He's got other things to do. Then. However, the jersey it pays homage to the nineteen thirty four black and white Blackhawks uniform, highlighting the Blackhawks crest and the heritage felt material. What was the guy's name, Justin? That was on a thirty four Blackhawks was mush March mush March mush March one of the great Blackhawks one of the great and Rosie couture one. Anyway. So you're going to get that Anna prize pack promises to be amazing. Yes. Seven Colorado tour, great forward and a fashion mogul, right? There's no question. Yeah. For wonderful sent Pat Brady in your years as a prosecutor and chasing bad guys around you had to analyze evidence. And there were certain rules of law that you had to follow. So first off what is it joint defense agreement when there is an investigation of multiple people or indictment against multiple defendants. The defense team can talk to one another without waiting the attorney client privilege, the privilege is this. If you make a statement that might hurt you like dragnet, right? Wherever you say. Maybe against you. Nice old guy reference. Yes. The attorney client privilege allows you to make statements that might be incriminating to your lawyer because you want to promote a free flow of communication. So you can have a good defense when you have multiple defendants they intern these joint defense agreement so they can share information. But what happened with? I'm sorry. I was gonna say leading the Paul Manafort Paul Manafort had JD join defense agreement, but Paul Manafort, then took a deal took a deal with Bob Muller. When you take a deal. Can you still have your attorneys talk to other people typically the joint defense agreements and writing and it says the minute you Bill began cooperation with the government you're out of the team, which makes sense because you can't be talking to the governor and talking to your team. But this this case, it seems to have gone the other way where they were messing around with Mahler. Do you put any stock into the argument that we've heard just ad nauseam over the past few days? That Muller was operating some high level game to get Manafort to perjure himself or to get Trump to perjure himself that would lead to this or that. And eventually he'd be able to close the door listening know, you always hear that perjury trap. Or Trump says it's a trip. They just don't operate that way. Particularly a guy like Bob Muller, which violates legal ethics. It certainly violates your role as a press the role the prosecutor is to administer Justice means finding the truth and then determine whether or not should be charged not play games and try to trap people. So when you hear the president or anybody else say that that's what they're doing. It's nonsense particularly guy like Muller who's the patriots been doing this a long long time. And that means that the this is going to play out the way it plays out. But it could also mean that will never see this report that Muller is is going to release or Willie. I don't it's no question. I can't imagine that we wouldn't. But either way, and this is where I think the president put himself in a trick back. There's going to be a congressional investigation that Moiseev testify present testimony to so a lot of that information is probably gonna come out whether be leaked out it'll get out if it gets in the political process, the overall this this past week from your perch, how do you look at this the idea that the Muller team wants to to quickly go to sentencing because of the the way that they say that Manafort broke their deal or lied, and they they haven't been lie, and and that Muller may possibly be able to show some of his evidence in in corporate seeings, how how do you see what's happened this week in the grand scheme of the store? You have Pat Brady on a perch. She's got a perch over there. Don't snap the twin for catching that, Sandra. No, I I don't put much into all this week about that. This is going to reveal where Muller is going. I don't think that's as objective that they would set up the scheme to to do it. Didn't it doesn't make any sense. I mean, these guys operate member Ken Starr, the nineties every morning, you'd see them walking out this little Starbucks couplets. And every day we knew it was going on with temporary molars holed up somewhere in Virginia. Nobody ever sees the team. Nobody hears him. There's there's very little to no leaks. So this these schemes that they come up with. And I was watching the news last time. This is all nonsense. I told you before my first case ever as well man on the totem pole was with Bob Muller on a very significant case, inviting indicted, a very significant individual, and I came to the conclusion that the government can conspire to order paperclips. Let alone come up with a scheme. It just doesn't work that way. Plus the agents to defend the FBI when the president goes after FBI agents are patriots. They would allow nonsense. They're two exceptions. We've seen in this case. Obviously, it just doesn't work that way these are career. But I would even argue that the two exceptions you're talking about we're caught out of context. I mean, you know, you can talk all day about whether or not they should have had affairs shouldn't have had affairs. But the clips that were pulled the texts that were released on the game that FOX played made him sound like they were involved in elaborate scheme to take Donald Trump. It just is not true. It was out of context. But it was also stupid agent. You should know listen to get a job to be an FBI agent. You're sworn peace officer. You should take these things more serious apply. Why do you think Manafort lied her over? I think I do I know. No, do I know by reputation, I think his whole life. So why and it's not surprising that he would do this. I think part of it. And this is just my opinion. Trump's sending these smoke signals that he's going to pardon people. Like he did last night. That's a hell of a risk to make though. I mean, it really is nine years old. I'm not talking about Trump talk about Manafort, if you're sixty nine years old, and you think you could stay take this deal. And maybe you get three years became maybe you get five drought by seventy five. Now, he's rolling the dice that he's gonna get pardoned for the guy that has shown the president has shown. No loyalty to anybody. That's been loyal to him. It depends on the day. So the idea that I'd go Donald Trump will definitely come through for me. That's crazy. Yeah. I think maybe if he's not in jeopardy anymore. There might be more metaphor could speak more freely. So that's another risk. But just by the via the way they violated. This defense agreement makes me think they're operating and Trump world not in the normal world. And I've said all along the president seems to treat the Justice department and Bob Muller, like they're low level, New Jersey gaming. I mean, this is the Justice department. We're talking about basically interfering with our elections and whether his campaign participated in it. I can't think of matters more serious the pardon question. And I read this great piece about this this week that if pardoned it's a federal pardon states would still have the option to go after Paul Manafort, and they would and it also means that he would open himself up to testify in front of congress without the ability to to use the v necks jeopardy. Exact. So the question would be that seems like it would not necessarily be the thing that Paul Manafort would want whereas making the point he would be has to speak because he's not. You can't compel somebody to speak amendment for protects that so that creates problems for him. But I think in the everybody's take a deep breath and take a step back this investigations proceeding. Exactly. Like I've seen him before. And the thing I would think that would be disturbing to me. And the White House are close is. Now, we're starting to get to actually maybe there is some evidence of conspiracy. And there's some actual conversations that went on that might be. I've never thought they were going to be able to prove that this conspiracy. At least at the why. Now, you think it's I think it's pod. But here's the thing as watching those come together. Typical defense for the guy at the top. Like, if you see these big white collar cases like even Enron Ken Lay says, why didn't know what was going on. There comes a certain point when there's enough evidence. Where no matter what you say about. I didn't know what was going on. The jury is going to assume you know, what was going on. I am has met last thing. They're still at the Justice department policy. That says don't indict a sitting president, and it's still unsettled law, weather or night, the Justice department can't actually a president our constitution. Well, that'd be a real test of the politics of the supreme court would well was briefed and argued in the Nixon era, but they never ruled some it would be it would be an fast b be I I'll be a constitutional crisis, which we don't need. But it would be a fascinating. Discussion. Would it be? Would you see not going that far? But finding a the congress would impeach the president in that regard. I said all along I think this ends up is a political impeachment. So they'll do it in the house. Now, the Democrats control it you need to get sixty seven in the Senate. But I I've always said if he interferes somehow get this guy's like Whitaker or does something to impede this investigation that he'll lose a lot of support in the Senate. He might get to sixty seven votes. What comes of that? Because we'll come back and talk about this in the second the Saudi Arabian thing seems to have started a new flow against Trump in the Senate. And are we headed for that? Are we headed for the possibility of sixty seven votes in the Senate with the precursor that you don't want an impeachment? I don't want an impeachment the right thing to do this clown to step down, which he won't do, but impeachments very very bad for the country on every level. Seven fifty one. What's up at eight Steve lawsuit accusing employees of a braid would highschool failing to prevent the sexual abuse of an incoming freshman during a foot. Ball hazing? We'll have that at eight o'clock from the WGN newsroom. Latch for heavy delays. Traveling three fifty five northbound.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Ted Cruz tries to make a name for himself by beating up a rhetorically Dr. Ford, that just does not in well for Republicans across the country. No, it's a bigger problem, some places and it's a smaller problem other places, but it's not. It's a problem for Republicans everywhere. And you know, again, I go back to the needed hill precedent, a guy like Joe Biden and other Democrats on that committee have lived now for nearly thirty years with people, and they're in the democratic base saying that they Democrats had been had. Handled that that hearing had not given enough credence to Nita hill. They were in the majority that they allow Clarence Thomas to get on the court. And again, Joe Biden's been making implicit in some cases, experts at apologies to people in the democratic base ever since you magin in his problem is not broad political life is not a problem with with female voters. Not a problem with with with the zone based on the party Republicans have a huge problem with women voters in general. In this midterm, election and more broadly in presidential years, this has the potential to do if they handle it the wrong way to not just affect this nomination, but to affect the perception of the Republican party to worsen the perception among female voters for a long time to come. I just wanna say one more thing which to go back to this question of whether there's going to be a debate about why it took so long for this, this, this woman's accusations to come out what I would call a process debate. There will be that debate for sure. I do think that Republic. I want to make an issue of how Senator Feinstein handle this. How Democrats handle this Democrats are going to answer with two words, Merrick, garland, and the answer when they, there's well, you know, you're playing games with his nomination. You're, you're playing politics here. You're screw your betting with our with the sacred process. I think Democrats who already upset with the way in which Mitch McConnell played the same kind of political games to keep Merrick, garland supreme court, and the Democrats will come back with that answer pretty quickly. It is ugly that this is what's become of our supreme court nomination process the politics around it, but it is what it has become and the most recent transgressors and the most Pfleger transgressors area where Republicans on the case in garland. And I think Democrats will say, hey man, at this point, all is fair all his spare. They will say, all his fair when it comes to love war, educational politics. When it comes the future, the court, this has been ugly, and it just keeps getting uglier and you're right on the Merrick, garland, sy-. Situation, Republicans who waited for mines and refuse to even talk to Merrick, garland for months in their office cannot now say, we need vote in three or four days we have. We, we got they. They have undercut all arguments because of the way, the shabby shabby way they treated Merrick, garland, Jonathan, Turley. Let's switch topics through another obviously, fascinating and important topic, and that is Paul Manafort Paul Manafort now doing a deal with Robert Muller the third who were the winners in the losers in that deal. Well, I think that the the clear losers are going to be obviously Manafort himself. This is not going to be a walkaway deal by any imagination. He's given up a great deal of, well, he's probably looking at about a ten year stint at his age. Nothing to be dismissive about. So this is not gonna turn out well, but I think he turned that corner a long time ago. I think there's going to be a lot of folks in DC where this is going to be a clear loser. You have the former counsel for President Clinton. You have the pedestrian firm which is lobbying firm even other Republican firm. They're all referenced here. Their conduct is hard to discern a difference from Manafort. And so there is a real possibility they can face criminal prosecution. You're talking about Greg, Craig there, explain how he's involved in this? Well, this goes back to registering as a lobbyist for a foreign government..
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Are crimes and that is why Benedict Donald's in. Deep trouble but he's out, there, saying well as long as it wasn't, campaign funds but he's just urges making up his. Own law and, of course he believes that he can do that because he and, his ilk I l k of the best words. He and his ilk believe, they, are special and they believe that they, can live by any rules they won anything goes. But everybody else, all my God it's an outrage how dare you behave this way Right, this is how it is to. Standards they're special they're the American there the American I, don't know, what the word I, want? To say they're the American elitist party, there the, you know, the the white nationalists. Right they are the original Americans. Leaving aside you know the natives. They think they're special they think they're above us all. And that's where this comes from. Donald Trump is kind of. The expression of all, that, so he. Can't commit a crime he's. People can't commit crimes African Americans commit crimes Mexicans commit crimes, that's, how they view things and, so. If you need to, make up your own law hey make up your own law whatever it's. Not a problem just make up your own wall and and that's exactly. What, he's doing so we went through. What Michael Cohen could do in that first hour again free commercial free normangoldman? Dot com but Paul Manafort Paul Manafort. He's bucking. For a pardon and. It's obvious Blessings. All along the strategy.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Kaylin young yeah Millennial that was? OJ Simpson's go to man who lived in the coach house that's exciting yeah listen good hair and you know what he took a. Tragedy, and literally made it into his life's work to where he. Made so much money during that tragedy of OJ Simpson. Son, killing his wife and then OJ being accused of it but that's for. Another, show, that Kato kaylin really, became yeah we're going to get the. Calls are lighting up on that? One homeboy listen I as. I said? Before With, the OJ Simpson thing He was a swinger swingers don't. Get jealous The only one who gets, jealous that kind of jealous is. The son which is why I said then, and I say now it was the sun but onto More per conspiracy theory night Sean another night that's that's for, my own show and another night job, gives me one okay so here's. What I wanted to talk about as we've, laid out For a while now is that I have seen And and you have seen Democrats become, full-fledged socialists we've noticed many many years ago that they started to have more in common with the Soviet Union and the constitution of, the Soviet Union and Venezuela and, these these totalitarian. Socialist countries then they, did our principles are fundamentals and I took great. Pride in the. Tea party I really did and, I remember on the night Obama was elected being from Chicago being witness to. The corruption and, the failure but more importantly the overall foundation of their belief system which is socialism right that it, was going. To be very very bad but I, also realized in that climate the true people who believe in liberty would rise and it was refreshing to have the tea party come up and to hear the fundamentals of, liberty freedom and the individual In fact what we were really doing was arguing, the enlightenment. The grounds of the country right we, are to be represented not ruled the problem I have is that in today's Republican party you are sounding more and more like the people we disagreed with in all wait Then the people we we said we were, in weight and I understand that this is a tribal time I get it and as as you listen to me host, Joe? Show earlier listen. I understand that the. Real collusion isn't, between Donald Trump and Russia the real collusion is between our bureaucracies are law. Enforcement bureaucracies and the Democrats sycophants that inhabit them colluding with Hillary Clinton to really that was going to be what influence, the election right wasn't about Russia Vladimir Putin didn't care he was hoping, and we've laid it out over the course of the last couple of hours he was hoping. That Hillary, Clinton would win because that's when they really had, their way with the United, States? Of America visit under Donald, Trump and. The and the proof is in the pudding both in, the sanctions and in the trade were that I don't agree with by the. Way And that's the. Broader point Trump in, in my, opinion has taken advantage of this now I'm not questioning his intentions his intentions I believe, he's a patriot I believe he wants to do what's best, I, get it but what it's turning into is a nationalist society and. Ironically protectionism that he's practicing nationalism that he's preaching and I, mean that when he tells these these athletes you may not agree with it whether they kneel or not this America baby, you? Don't you don't. From mount high in. Washington DC throw, demands to private employees you better do this or this will happen that's the. Kind of collectivism the kind of totalitarianism the strong man that we rally against in other countries we rage against that that's what we fought off here in America if you go back to how, it all started we had another guy faraway trying to tell us how to act every day So if you really. Have the principles of liberty and the foundation of what Americanism is you cannot. Be a nationalist and. I mean that more importantly when you see. Are subsidized economy in the protectionist policies he's implemented, this is my biggest argument do we care about the spending and debt anymore Do, you care about the fact. That the, government spending is, now being touted. As a strong GDP. Do you see that listen Republicans are the, ones that kill your liberty Democrats talk about it but the Republicans are the. One that spent the money, under Obama six years in congress ladies and gentlemen the weeds supposed to work congress rates the checks Congress's the taxing body. Congress makes the law so what. I reject is even if you let's say that that Donald Trump, and I do think he has great, intentions I think he's simply wrong but I also think. He's very heavily influenced by. People who have made billions of. Dollars in Wilbur Ross scoundrel. And look this guy up ladies and gentlemen Wilbur Ross is a fifty year scoundrel who has misused and abused government power. Paid off people in power have, his company sought after and looked after and subsidize so he made, his money Peter Navarro is. A well intended no nothing didn't do anything but Teach he wrote some books he never took a dollar invested in made three he? Didn't do it he's? He's? Very similar to the to the girl in Brooklyn Jenny from around, the block Cortez who we reject as a socialist he's a failed capitalist who'd rather than, than put the, blame on themselves and their. Own failure, blame the system, so Peter Navarro. Has convinced Donald Trump. And by the way Peter Navarro is a, nobody he wasn't hurt off he was a teacher in in the west coast. He was not a government, official he's not a captain of industry is not an innovator a producer nothing he has this theory and what Donald Trump. Has done is accept this theory. And what we're not recognizing is it is the same Keynesianism of, the Obama era that you rejected it's, the same thing it's not just tinkering with with a. Society or the academy it's. About picking winners and losers about. Deciding, which workers are more, virtuous It is about manipulation of the most basic thing, to us and that's. Our economy and and the rhetoric that goes on. With it is about. Rallying a false patriotism and I say this to you Eric, that's when people stop thinking and they go on emotion because everybody, listening to talk radio on a Friday night at this time a nightmare there patriots you don't have to all. Agree but these are patriots see the, one thing we've lost, and this is the beauty. Of being an old. Man I can remember when the guy across the. Street or next door to you. Was a moron because he didn't believe with your beliefs, but he, was. A patriot and you didn't question it might have fought in Korea might have fought in Vietnam you didn't agree on every single thing and that's not what we're supposed to do. If we agree what. Are we all stepford citizens everybody agree everybody chant but I'm. Seeing signals of that in in Trump world in in in America today Because if we. Can't agree on, fundamental rights and wrongs? Then we're. Just kettle being herded, then we're just driven by by full rage and key words we're not thinking anymore And I saw this with, the acceptance and here's what I'm. Very proud of when I host the Joe Walsh show it. Was during this time Early on prior to the election Joe. Let me fill in it's one of the first times I filled in I recognize the name Paul Manafort Paul Manafort is a forty year scumbag he was a. Part of the stone Manafort and black lobbyist firm who lobbied to these third. World dictators and North Africa and the Middle East in South America he was the liaison that. Made sure that our country get involved, in countries we should have never been not only that we subsidize the terrorists who then became the rulers So. The fact that we now have. Good Americans reasonable people embracing things, they would, rally against whether it's Keynesianism economics sold. His patriotism or whether it's bad players like Paul. Manafort it leads me to believe we're not thinking about what true, Americanism true patriotism is in. Until we do that we're going to have different. Versions of bad ideas different speeds. Of the same road to serfdom we're. Going to lose if we don't remember what liberty property rights and individual was that's Americanism it's about the individual sat about party affiliation this is the Joe Walsh. Program my name is Shawn Thompson infra Joe Walsh I promise that wouldn't break. The show we're just gonna. Stretch it out a little bit we'll be back after these messages.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Scream He's back, on the Mark Levin radio show John, Solomon? Of the hill newspaper how are you sir I'm doing well Mark good. To be with, you Thank you all right let's walk through this slowly if we will the other day you have a factual newsworthy information of a. Connection between a high ranking government official Christopher Steele the British spy involved in the dossier and paid. Through? A fusion GPS by the Hillary. Clinton DNC right as? Well as a, Russian. Oligarch what's going on here Yeah no it's it's an extraordinary. Set of circumstances so let's set the table Christopher Steele the British at my six agent by his, own? Admission came to America to try. To defeat Donald Trump He gets hired by fusion. GPS which is the opposition research form. Paid for firm paid for by Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee also trying to beat Donald Trump Somehow he managed. To land with the FBI and become. An informant even though he's paid by the DNC the Clinton campaign to dig up dirt in the middle of election he's his work the dossier becomes, the foundation of Russia collusion case still unproven against Donald Trump at the FBI gets fired by the FBI for leaking to the media just before the end of the election and then we learn now today from these notes are over this week, from the notes I gathered that what the what the FBI and the Justice department set up was when when steel got fired for his misdeeds, they just had this guy Bruce senior Justice official reporting to the deputy attorney general Bob. Administation and or would meet with steel or would meet with Glenn Simpson his boss, and they would take the information that they weren't supposed to be giving the FBI directly they bartered it, through or or would send it onto the FBI and it's a it's a complete end Rhonda around the Pfizer court rules around the way Taliban says army gathered, and it's another sign that the Trump collusion case was not handled like a normal counterintelligence case it was handled like a political opposition research project inside the FBI and that's what these no Chelsea show the bio tales that are being told they, show how little was actually factually corroborated and they show Bruce OR who by the way his wife worked for fusion GPS on the Trump research, project she's getting paid by the very person he's interviewing and then sending the information to. To the FBI the FBI professional I have talked to call me this is one, of the biggest spaces they've ever seen in the counterintelligence investigation and bikes And then there's this Russian oligarch what's that all about there is so always President Trump recently sanctioned remember Trump is supposed to be soft on Russia but he thinks the Russians. But Oliveira pastas are more complicated, figure than most. Russians who've been sanctioned the here's why earlier this year I I reported disclosed he was a tenure acid of the FBI the FBI and counterintelligence matters including going to ran in trying to. Rescue and f. b. i. agent. Who had been captured. By the Iranian mollahs he was working, for the FBI he was a friendly. He had been banned from the country but. The FBI found him so helpful they, allowed him in secretly for the country they came up. With his work around and so he's. A very valuable asset to the FBI and I also believe there's. Some indications he was useful because the CIA At the beginning of the. Trump campaign September two thousand fifteen Christopher Steele the British I am I six agent who's gonna to become the researcher reaches out to der pasta and. Tries to co op him and offers his services on research I'll do some research, but his real motive as we learn from, Bruce yours. Notes brutal wars monitoring this after by the way very unusual the Justice department is monitoring a British agent trying to get in touch with. A Russian national who might have some dirt on Donald Trump they the real reason that Christopher Steele wanted to be talking to this Russian oligarch is he thought he knew something bad about Paul Manafort Paul Manafort was the. Guy that was almost certainly gonna show up in the twenty sixteen election has a Republican ultimate turned out to be President. Trump's temporary campaign chairman and they're pumping him for Paul Manafort here's why all the pasta sued Paul Manafort for defrauding. A d'oro Pasquale. Alleged that Manafort took some money from it never repaid it walked off with it and it was fraud and very early on in the early Days right after Donald Trump won his first debate in the fall of twenty fifteen there. Is Christopher Steele. And Bruce or monitoring, it trying to pump a Russian so we talk about the And we say oh that we hear some Democrats in hysterical journalists on TV, that is a conspiracy to collude with a foreign, national to affect our election we'll do think. About this the i. acid being paid by Hillary. Clinton tries to collude with the Russian national get dirt on, Donald Trump or his campaign chairman and nobody seems to be upset about that and that's what we're in, my reporting Derek Hoskins he's got some bad things about the good things about. Him but he's very friendly to the United States according to the FBI people I've talked to and yet very is. Being targeted by five for Hillary Clinton and and now the Justice department so. That's what we've learned there Absolutely incredible absolutely incredible and by the way. The Jim Acosta break this story I don't. Believe, so hey Jim Acosta. Broken. Any. Of these stories about, that I recall no you have I assume you'll be invited to, Stephen? Colbert show, to explain. What. Freedom of the press actually means now you have a breaking story tomorrow right John Solomon I do yeah so one of the things that I got in this tranche, of documents I've been going through the last, few weeks are the handwritten on the day that Glenn Simpson the founder of fusion GPS. Christopher Steele boss the man who was directly being paid by Hillary Clinton's campaign. And the Democratic National Committee former Wall Street Journal reporter gets debriefed by Bruce or the same Justice efficient we were just talking about a month after the election and these had, written notes are eye-popping for many wait a minute who is depressing whom Russo r. the, Justice department official who is secretly the conduit between the FBI in this whole. Democratic opposition research operation Bruce or with Glenn Simpson and. Debris from about things. They've, learned, since the. Election so let me let me? Just explain. To, the public You have a government a senior government official Yeah using information he has gleaned as a senior government official briefing the head of a private, opposition research organization around Bruce or. Trying. To get. Dirt from Glenn Simpson okay so he's trying to get information from the opposition research right go ahead By the way to look at this. As Hillary Clinton's campaign is still the, gift that keeps on giving even after the electric because here is Glenn Simpson taking stop you were still digging up Donald Trump still trying to prove the dossier is true even though it remains uncorroborated two years later. And he's feeding it to. Bruce or the reason they have to do this is a few days earlier of a month earlier Christopher Steele just got fired you got fired from the FBI because he's leaked to the. News media and the final days of the election that there was an FBI probe of Trump's trying to swing the election night while this conversation with gunships. Is that we're gonna write about tomorrow is popping for. A lot of reasons why people are gonna look at these handwritten notes they're gonna compare it to punch Simpson's testimony to congress they're going to go take a look at, what the Justice department knew about the flaws and the taste and the political. Motives or what was being? Expressed in this meaning and they're gonna look. And say that any of that gets to the. Court did they tell the truth I think people. Are. Going to be surprised I'll give you one kid because, it's? So delicious Hold on John Salman literally we're almost at a time I need to carry over the bottom won't take long and you stick with us I would be, glad to all right let's I want to hear your tidbit and I playing. Games with audience.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Biggest. Number of experience the. Long. Time okay me with this big yeah I was gonna say you're indoors in the air. Conditioning with fan blowing on your face you're gonna make regular survive some dude out. Here, and thirty five doing construction. Bobby Five degrees here. There Life On. Outside it's me I can feel, it but I. Did I did thirty five minutes of bicycling and heavy walking today inside doors and. Doors I had a pretty good sweat going on everything that's nice and had a beef sandwich for. Life, perfect three. Beers and you're set to go power nap Good afternoon with working out. The last thirty minutes of days. Of, our lives you know who's in an interesting he's got an interesting. Problem on his hands Paul. Manafort Paul Manafort has a big problem this, is so now Paul Manafort you either sit in jail and he's in a purple jumpsuits Paul Manafort is going on trial it's now set for July thirty first Paul Manafort could go. To, prison for, the rest. Of his life he's, sixty nine years. Old so it is Bank and tax fraud charges and they're pretty extensive to say. The least the government got him and they've got him pinned a corner and you either of your. Paul, Manafort you. Either talk I did and win yeah Or you copy deal copied deal yeah or number. Three You think that? Guy's. Gonna pardon you Donald Trump I would say can't pardon? Paul? Manafort Before the trial no. No I, don't even know if that can work I mean you had to be, convicted of? Something I Now, that would be a bad look for. Trouble But yeah, whenever we. Let's go six. Months down the road I don't I don't know I'm just thinking just thinking what an interesting. Predicament because his partner has already talking everybody else there's a whole long list of people who are facing charges that have, already some of whom. Have already said we'll. Talk but here's the deal what kind of deal let me just. Say this on. Behalf of the Trump people listening there is nothing we've seen leaking. Donald? Trump to Paul manafort's misdealings in this indictment right we've seen nothing my friend Right right Oh you're saying that because I know the Trump person is always sort of like Trump obsessed. With, this look this guy the case, against him mow the the legal case against him as nothing to do with Donald Torek Bank tax fraud or Bank and, tax fraud whether your workers are not joining the Trump campaign and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to say there were sirens going off all around. This guy why would you? Hire him but forget that doesn't mean not to crime. By itself I'm not even talking. About that so don't be. So, paranoid Trump and be paranoid Every. Subject isn't you okay I'm just saying that this guy. Is an interesting spot he's a sixty. Nine year old man is he sitting around waiting to one win his. Case which doesn't sound let. Me just say this he's fighting. Against, the federal government yeah he's. He's priority probably broke he's going to be at a bigger. Hole if you fight that's the bad thing about. Fighting the federal government they nine times out of ten win Well staying power yeah it sounds, like the? Case. Is pretty thorough against him but you either sit there. And say let's go I'm gonna win. Of which you got a long brutal fight on your, hands particularly given. Your business partner is already. Said I'll cop I'll talk guilty. Yeah, so you can't sit there. And think you're in a good spot so you could fight. You can talk or you can say even if. They convict me surely he'll pardon me Now, why would that would be a terrible move he may not care though no, he may not care there's going to be, thirty thirty. Five percent of. The. Country the won't care alongside with them if he pardoned him but again really why would you I mean what would buy what, you pardon upside for Trump, at that point no Well Unless this is a funny thing if he starts talking that could be the bad news if he starts saying, yeah Michael, Conan I talked about paying off right XYZ, yeah we're gonna use campaign. Funds I'm just saying it's the judge juries watching the news is because the trial is delayed because of one hundred twenty thousand..
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Too I always want to explain things to, my audience, because I'm not, assuming that everybody is tracking here so it no longer requires what's called a super majority of six Votes out of one. Hundred no right now fifty one votes as majority and that is, that therefore this president no matter whom he chooses has the. Votes to put it through well. Not necessarily because John McCain won't resign the seat and and can't vote. So that's one one down we have to, pro-abortion Republicans that's two more down, what. We're counting on at least one or two of the Democrats in blues in. Red states. That, went heavily for Trump being afraid that if. They vote against the supreme court pick they'll lose their Senate seat didn't dick Durbin just come out. Yesterday with a statement saying that they ought to take the dive Yeah yeah it's nice of him to say he's not risking Senate seat I wouldn't mind that I wouldn't mind picking up a few Senate seats and then, after, the after the election we, renominate the same person in shopping through with the extra votes I can do that all day long Okay so but you're telling. Me but you're telling me that it's going to be close, but what I'm saying is even though it's going to be close we're going to. Have the votes I think we're going to have the votes I'm hoping I I think. The, president should nominate the best person for the job and if he loses the vote right after the midterm elections they'll probably be? One or two new Republican senators and then renominated the same person I don't think the president should pick a David suitor just so that we can squeeze well do. You think that this one thing that that that people have to appreciate about this president is that he doesn't do that he doesn't do things like picking, reportedly was pushing the president to pick one. Of the so-called moderate. Choices, on. His list it because they would be easier to confirm I. Don't think Trump is gonna fall off that nonsense because if he were to pick somebody who code pro-lifers and, religious liberty people like you and me we had the slightest suspicion. About that person I'm telling you that Would suppress turnout in the upcoming congressional elections and all I don't think, enough people are focused on this if the. Democrats take the house The business of government grinds to a stop and the whole house of representatives turns into an impeachment factory and there's going to be a Stalinist show trial of the president based on whatever nonsense evidence or insinuation that they've been able to squeeze out of people like Paul Manafort Paul Manafort by the way is now spending twenty three hours a day in. Solitary confinement in worse conditions than the prisoners had Gitmo because Robert Mueller is trying to squeeze something. Out of him to hurt the president that strikes. Me as cruel and unusual punishment Strikes me as really Troubling for me when when we Sean how the deep state in the FBI and the prosecutors are acting. Like the east German secret police that's the kind of thing we're talking about Wow yeah What I think. Should happen I think the day after the. Congressional. Elections Trump should, fire Mueller and shut. The investigation down with if we won the election then impeachment. Is irrelevant if we've lost the election in patients going to happen anyway why use government money to give Mueller the chance to give more fodder to the Democrats. Or the day after the election win or lose Trump should fire Mueller if the. Democrats win and they're gonna do a Stalinist show trial of. The president he shouldn't the Justice department prosecute Hillary Clinton for the Email so let both trials happen at. Once and let them media. Burn itself out and have a nervous breakdown That's beautiful beautiful spoken like George Washington l. let me ask you a question do. You think the president will choose for the supreme court tonight. This is tonight so some people listen to this program after he's chosen it because it's nine o'clock tonight Many people you, can I always want to say you can listen to this program live. At two o'clock in the afternoon New?.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Do you know to try to limit his exposure but dential legal liability in the event of any such interview after the president made those apparently offthecuff remarks tonight his lawyers thereafter had to russia with proverbial mops in buckets reminding every other lawyer in america why they did not volunteer to be donald trump's lawyer in the russia scandal quote ty cobb the white house lawyer leading the response to the russia investigation said after the president's remarks that mr trump was speaking hurry lee he said the arrangements were being worked out between mr muller's team and the president's personal lawyers mr cobb said the president was not trying to volunteer to testify before a grand jury which is how prosecutor speak to witnesses under oath the president tonight apparently thinking he was getting in some good shots at the press about them not remembering stuff about hillary clinton but in the process he did repeatedly publicly volunteer to testify under oath specifically before a grand jury in the russia investigation which is something oh so yeah that is one thing that happened just tonight that is amazing speaking of lawyering at about six o'clock eastern time tonight this was weird lawyers for trump campaign chairman paul manafort paul manafort currently facing multiple felony counts in the special counsel investigation paul manafort lawyers around 6 o'clock this evening appear to have mistakenly uploaded their own notes on manafort case to the public leave you will build bucket that the court maintains in this case now i can't overemphasize how we're this is i don't know a ton about federal criminal cases but i can tell just from following news stories like this that there there are a few different levels at which federal criminal proceedings happen and we the public have different degrees of visibility into those different types of proceedings so like you know sometimes self will get disgust in open court and we get visibility into those proceedings 'cause people can sit in court and take notes on what happens and reported out sometimes we even get a publiclyreleased transcript of what happened in a court proceeding right so sometimes stuff gets acted out but then there's the part of court proceedings that happens in.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"For something that is totally unrelated to what they are being investigated for whom um now paul manafort paul manafort metaphor bad afford said basically wait a minute you are charging me with lying about something that's totally irrelevant to what you accused me of i'm going to sue you because that is there any riot it adds yeah go get him it's basically a trap i could say doug stephane i accuse you of having uh the missiles buried in your backyard at they arm at the foreign you know and then i usually that at i i i demand that you testify in front of congress so you come to congress i'll had i as ventures were your girlfriend becky joe miller from uh 1979 and what your conversation was with becky joe miller because that's relevant to this case her name was brenda miller buy them that's where i caught to you live had her neighbors brenda you told me they was becky yeah you are now charged by the fbi sir if you don't tell us the truth we're gonna send you to jail it's how hunting illicit is adding brand miller is a friend in that heroes it'd be be worth going to jail for a little while height so crummy what did you do about this on your podcast evil thoughts well i got you know i talk about it all week i think it's drugs speaking of a new one raja sessions but i i think it's drugs for democrats i i really deal uh this is a in the issue by issue is is it going to be enough for 2018 meet the you you talked about the pelosi in schumer they don't really have anything to add their kind of libanon some kind of a false promise in you got to wonder is that good down the minded make it may be graded me translate into people voting in 2018 and then again it may not be enough so that i think that's what's going on well it'd be it they can put trump's face on anything that they want to into you out there so do you want that that's what.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on KELO
"That is totally unrelated to what they are being investigated for whose now paul manafort paul manafort metaphor bad affords said basically wait a minute you are charging me with lying about something that's totally irrelevant to what you accused me of i'm going to sue you because that is there any riot it adds yeah go get him it's basically a trap i could say doug stephane i accuse you of having the missiles buried in your backyard and they arm at the far you know hike usually that at i i i demand that you testify in front of congress so you can the congress ventures were your girlfriend becky joe miller from 1979 and what your conversation was with becky joe miller because that's relevant to this case her name was brenda miller buy them that's where i kaci lied her neighbors brenda you told me and it was becky now you are now charged by the fbi sheriff you don't tell us the truth we're going to send you to jail it's how analyst is brandon miller is a friend in that era was be worth going to jail for a little while so crummy what did you do about this on your podcast evil thoughts well i talk about it all week i think it's drugs speaking of a new one jeff sessions what i think it's drugs for democrats i i really do know this and the issue by issue is is it going to be enough for 2018 i mean you you talked about pelosi and schumer they don't really have anything to add their kind of libanon some kind of a false promise in you got a wonder is that good down the line at make it may be great at me translate into people voting in 2018 and then again it may not be enough so that i think that's what's going on while it'd be it they can put trump's face on anything if they want to and say you want their so do you want that that's what they'll that's the game they'll play 28 past the hour on talk radio re this is the and pelayo the irish money you.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on WTMA
"Are being investigated for that now paul manafort paul manafort metaphor paul manafort said said basically wait a minute you are charging me with lying about something that's totally irrelevant to what you accused me of i'm going to sue you because that is unfair and he's riot it adds yeah go get him it's basically a trap i could say doug stephane i accuse you of having the missiles buried in your backyard and they arm at the foreign you know we've got an iq usually that at i i i demand that you testify in front of congress so you've got the congress i'll had i actually ventures were your girlfriend becky joe miller from uh 1979 and what your conversation was with becky joe miller because that's relevant to this case her name was brenda miller buy them that's where i kaci you lied her neighbors brenda you told me her name was becky you are now charged by the fbi if you will tell us the truth we're going to send you to jail now it's how hennick ulises adding brenda miller as a friend in that era was it'd be be worth going to jail for a little while i so crummy what did you do about this on your podcast evil thoughts well i got you know i talk about it all week i think it's drugs speaking in a new one rojas sessions but i i think it's drugs for democrats i really deal this is a in the issue by issue is is it going to be enough for 2018 i the you you talked about the pelosi and schumer they don't really have anything and add their kind of libanon some kind of a false promise and you've got a wonder is that good down the line it make it may be great at me translate into people voting in 2018 and then again it may not be enough so that i think that's what's gone on libyan they can put crops face on anything that they want to and say you want this or do you want that that's what they'll.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Eighteen minutes past the hour it is the dj these show and speaking of robert muller we're talking about his investigation some republicans calling for him to step aside as special counsel it looks like he has collected sufficient evidence to go after another name that we've been hearing associate with his investigation that is michael flynn michael flynn if you remember was national security advisor for about three maybe four weeks of the trump administration early on he stepped aside because as some of his actions were called into question president had asked him to resign which he did and this is this one would be a little more i think damaging for me than than paul manafort paul manafort is a political actor he runs campaigns that that's his job michael flynn is a generally worked for the obama administration he worked for the trump administration for me to have him may try to be connected to russia or have him be really connected to russia is probably a bit more disturbing nbc news said that robert muller's team is looking at possible money laundering charges lying to federal agents and michael flynn's role in a possible plan to remove an opponent of the turkish president from the united states in exchange for millions of dollars at muller is increasing pressure on michael flynn following his indictment of paul manafort last week according to nbc and and so now we wait flint serve 24 days as trump's national security advisor about was fired after it was discovered he had misrepresented himself and his contacts with the russian diplomat to vice president mike pence the embassy reports that that lawyers for flynn and his son michael gene chief flynn who worked with his father declined to comment too as did muller's office so is there another indictment coming in the works at a who it seems like it might end this one again decree because of his deep roots to the government this is out of conviction indictments are not convictions he's gonna get to to defend himself but this would be pretty damaging this is a guy who sat in both administrations and had access to a lot of high level people it's true and this is the guy that beano president obama told president trump hey this is not a good guy distance yourself from him that was one of.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Eighteen minutes past the hour it is the dgb show and speaking of robert muller we're talking about his investigation some republicans calling for him to step aside as special counsel it looks like he has collected sufficient evidence to go after another name that we've been hearing associate he ended with his investigation that is michael flynn michael flynn if you remember was national security advisor for about three maybe four weeks of the trump administration early on he stepped aside because as some of his actions were called into question president had asked him to resign which he did and this is this one will be a little more i think damaging for me than than paul manafort paul manafort is a political actor he rents campaigns that that's his job michael flynn is at a generally worked for the obama administration he worked for the trump administration for me to have him tried to be connected to russia or have him be really connected to russia is probably a bit more disturbing nbc news said that robert muller's team is looking at possible money laundering charges lying to federal agents and michael flynn's role in a possible plan to remove an opponent of the turkish president from the united states in exchange for millions of dollars muller is increasing pressure on michael flynn following his in date met of paul manafort last week according to nbc and and so now we wait flint serve 24 days as trump's national security advisor about was fired after it was discovered he had misrepresented himself and his contacts with the russian diplomats to vice president mike pence the embassy reports that that lawyers for flynn and his son michael jifa lin who worked with his father declined to comment too as did muller's office so is there another indictments coming in the works at a who it seems like it might end this one again victory because of his deep roots to the government this is not a conviction indictments are not convictions he's going to get to to defend himself it this would be pretty damaging this is a guy who sat in both administrations and had access to a lot of high level people it's true and this is the guy that you know president obama told president trump hey this is not a good guy distance yourself from him that was one of the first communications they had changing over the regime so.
"paul manafort paul manafort" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"The lead you madam show and we don't at nagano stern on msnbc we are going to dive right into night there's a lot going on we've got congressman eric swale well here tonight from the intelligence committee we've got senator chris murphy here tonight we've got senator elizabeth warren here tonight as well there's a bunch of different things we are keeping an eye on tonight it's a very big night in the news we are watching the president's today continuing to escalate his criticism of the attorney general who he picked for the job he is seemingly trying to force jeff sessions to resign as attorney general without tactically asking for his resignation or just firing him white house sources are basically now admitting that this presidential initiative of criticism against jeff sessions is the first step in the president trying to fire the special counsel moeller who is investigating the russia matter so obviously as the president scales up that assault on his own cabinet member in his own attorney general is focused on that intensively as people try to game out exactly how he's going to approach this on the russia issue the judiciary committee in the senate last night issued and now tonight just rescinded their subpoena to the president's campaign chairman paul manafort paul manafort did a voluntary closeddoor interview with one investigative committee today with senate intel he spoke with them about the trump tower meeting with the russians last june he reportedly shared with the committee his notes that he took during that meeting in trump tower with all those russians after he got the subpoena last night we had also expected paul manafort to be appearing basically involuntarily in an open session at the senate tomorrow at the judiciary committee along with the president's eldest son donald trump jr now that subpoena has been rescinded and we're not exactly sure what either of them is doing in terms their testimony in handing stuff over but neither of them is going to be making an appearance on your tv screen tomorrow.