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Black motorists and pedestrians are more likely than white to be pulled over in most cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia, with equal odds in Houston

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:05 min | Last week

Black motorists and pedestrians are more likely than white to be pulled over in most cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia, with equal odds in Houston

"Or pedestrians were more likely to be stopped by police and white drivers or pedestrians in several major U. S. Cities that, according to an ABC News analysis of data recorded by local police departments on millions of traffic stops over the last several years, in that dramatic video that shocked the nation. 32 year old Blondeau Castille killed by a police officer in 2016. Fatally Fatally shot shot in in a a traffic traffic stop. stop. That That was was a a case case of of mistaken mistaken identity. identity. The The officer officer looking looking for for a a robbery robbery suspects, suspects, Castille Castille was was not not involved involved in in any any robbery robbery and and had a license to carry a weapon. And while the Casteel case is an extreme example of what could happen during a police traffic stop An ABC News investigation in partnership with are owned and operated stations showing in a number of major cities, Black Americans are far more likely to be stopped than white Americans. In Minneapolis, five times more likely in Los Angeles in Chicago four times more likely three times more likely in Philadelphia in San Francisco. In some other cities, the rates are more equal. ABC News founded in Louisville in Houston, Black Americans are as likely as White Americans to be stopped by the police. But for many African Americans, traffic stops evoke intense feelings of fear. Driving while black and dealing with law enforcement is one of the most serious and daily encounters that could happen to a person of color these days could still have been stopped by police 52 times between 2002 and 2016, according to data compiled by the U. One year police pull could steal over eight different times. Most of the stops for minor traffic violations. It could be a song. It could be a kid. I see walking down the street. I think about my nephew. Every single day Traffic stops can create severe financial pressure could still was hit with more than $6000 in fines and fees, even though half of the charges were dismissed. That's ABC is Pierre Thomas. Come on news time.

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Harvard Researchers Find Racial Disparities Across Court Systems

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | Last week

Harvard Researchers Find Racial Disparities Across Court Systems

"Law. School reports is black and Latino defendants in Massachusetts or more likely than white defendants to be locked up for offenses involving drugs and weapons, The report says. They also get longer sentences than white people sent to prison for similar crimes. This study was commissioned by the His Supreme Judicial Court several years, Harvard researchers found significant racial disparities in the handling of weapons drug cases. Researchers also found disparities in Senate's lengths are in part because black and Latino defendants tend to face more serious initial charges. Than white ones. Despite nationwide attention on racial injustice and ABC News investigation finds In many cities, black drivers are continuing to be pulled over at higher rates than white drivers. NBC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has some of the finding in Minneapolis five times more likely in Los Angeles in Chicago four times more likely three times more likely in Philadelphia and San Francisco in some of the cities. The rates are more equal. ABC News founded in Louisville in Houston, Black Americans are as likely as White Americans to be stopped by the police.

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Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

Pat Walsh

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

"Was widely anticipated. But Friday night President Trump made it official. He commuted the sentence of his longtime associate, Roger Stone, who had been convicted of seven felonies, including lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing Congress in the Russia investigation. ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas discussed Roger Stone's case. With Attorney General William Bar Just this week. The attorney general reiterated this week in an interview with us that he believes that Roger Stone's prosecution was righteous, and he he believes believes believes that that that Roger Roger Roger Stone Stone Stone deserve deserve deserve prison prison prison time. time. time. But But But he he he acknowledged acknowledged acknowledged that that that it it it was was was going going going to to to be be be the the the president's president's president's Col. Col. Col. Stone Stone Stone was was was scheduled scheduled scheduled to to to report report report to to to prison prison prison for for for 40 40 40 month month month incarceration incarceration incarceration next Tuesday. Fast moving

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

"Differently ABC's Pierre Thomas thanks is always appreciated thanks very according to a twenty sixteen justice department report one in four police officers in the United States is either black or Hispanic or black officers the past two weeks have been a very different experience that for many of the rest of us ABC's laudable leases been talking to some of those officers get there perspective when I take off this uniform I am Sandra bland when I take off this uniform I am Brianna Taylor sergeant Carl however it has been on the front lines of protests and demonstrations in Denver Colorado I can tell you that that that blue uniform is a barrier for people seeing my message saying my values that's aside as a black woman she stands in solidarity with the demonstrators saying issues that they're fighting we're along those same lines the devaluing of black lives the abuse of power systemic racism we're still having to March we're still having to encourage someone to open up their eyes to see the black perspective all things from the black lands and so when I'm out there I'm like wow we were still having to do this in twenty twenty and that's a shame and that's disappointing she says it is a difficult position to be in with calls nationwide too deep on the police or abolish department altogether there's two ways ways that you can fix something you can fix it from the outside and then you can choose the fix it from the inside like myself and hundreds of other minority officers have decided to do this system of policing this this policing machine wasn't designed for us you know we have to be honest about that after the death of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and so many others concerned about systemic racism in law enforcement has come to the forefront chief Medaria Arradondo with the Minneapolis police department race is inextricably.

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Intel report warns Zoom could be vulnerable to foreign surveillance

Herman Cain

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Intel report warns Zoom could be vulnerable to foreign surveillance

"On it a warning from homeland security today about zoom ABC's Pierre Thomas as an Intel report suggested zoo may be vulnerable to foreign surveillance because it was developed in China soon telling ABC news that the U. S. government's intelligence is heavily misinformed they claim the child as workers do not have the type of access that would allow them to spot in use of zoom for teleconferencing has exploded during this

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Roger Stone Is Sentenced to Over 3 Years in Prison

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Roger Stone Is Sentenced to Over 3 Years in Prison

"The president's one time political adviser Roger stone sense to just over three years in federal prison stone convicted on lie a of lubricant on all seven counts including lying to Congress when this tampering and obstructing the house investigation to whether the trump campaign coordinated with Russia and the twenty sixteen electrons are still own the so called dirty trickster in long time friend of president trump smiling as he walked into court amid cheers and jeers but the smile drained from his face as he got a blistering dressing down from judge Amy Berman Jackson Jackson making clear stones conviction on seven felony counts including lying to Congress and witness tampering warranted severe punishment the judge bluntly saying stone was not prosecuted as some of claimed for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president let's correspondent Pierre Thomas

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Floyd open W. S. B. nine WST news times a minute past ten o'clock he arrived at the courthouse this morning dressed in a grey pinstripe suit a tie and suspenders Will Rogers don't get any prison time he said to be cents this hour Roger stone close ally president trump will learn how much if any prison time you will get after being convicted last November of lying to Congress witness tampering and obstruction of Congress this morning we find out what the judge will put stone in prison what's unclear is whether stone will get another trial but could he be pardoned by the president as ABC's Pierre Thomas reporting over to get it Harvey Weinstein's rape trial as the jury deliberates for a third day the sixty seven year old charged with first degree criminal sexual act two counts of rape and two counts of predatory sexual assault charges are based on and Miriam Haley's testimony that winds dean forced oral sex on her in two thousand six and the Jessica man's testimony that he raped her in twenty thirteen during what was described as an abusive relationship Weinstein has maintained that any sexual contact was consensual the jury made up of seven men and five women if convicted on the most serious charges Weinstein could face between five years in prison between five and twenty five years in prison top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. SB depend on it another urging state lawmakers to get tough on those who sell vaping products in our state my son suffered so bad MS and Hammerstein Swanee mom Amy said Rick is hopeful the bill sponsored by representative Barney rich will pass this session helping others to avoid what her son went through it would tack on the seven percent excise tax and require all retailers to obtain a state licensed to sell the products if they think that they'll lose their license to sell the product they're going to enforce the law that we don't have the same epidemic with tobacco and alcohol right now that we're seeing with fake from the state capitol center parish.

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William Barr pushes back on Trump tweets

AP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

William Barr pushes back on Trump tweets

"Attorney General William Barr says president trump should stop the tweets I Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute bar says it's making his job harder with president trump tweeting about cases including Roger stone sentence and I think it's time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal cases he spoke to ABC's Pierre Thomas Democrats are calling for an

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William Barr pushes back on Trump tweets

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

William Barr pushes back on Trump tweets

"Attorney General William Barr says president trump should stop the tweets I Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute bar says it's making his job harder with president trump tweeting about cases including Roger stone sentence and I think it's time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal cases he spoke to ABC's Pierre Thomas Democrats are calling for an

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William Barr pushes back on Trump tweets

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

William Barr pushes back on Trump tweets

"Attorney General William Barr says president trump should stop the tweets I Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute bar says it's making his job harder with president trump tweeting about cases including Roger stone sentence and I think it's time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal cases he spoke to ABC's Pierre Thomas Democrats are calling for an

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Attorney General Barr: Trump's tweets make it 'impossible for me to do my job'

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

Attorney General Barr: Trump's tweets make it 'impossible for me to do my job'

"Attorney General William Barr says president trump should stop the tweets I Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute bar says it's making his job harder with president trump tweeting about cases including Roger stone sentence and I think it's time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal cases he spoke to ABC's Pierre Thomas Democrats are calling for an

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Barr blasts Trump's tweets: 'Impossible for me to do my job'

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:54 min | 7 months ago

Barr blasts Trump's tweets: 'Impossible for me to do my job'

"Greater Attorney General bill Barr today blasting president trump's tweets on the Roger stone casing may make it impossible for him to do his job the Attorney General gave an exclusive interview to ABC news and said president trump never asked him to do anything in a criminal case but also added that he needs to cut back on the tweeting about DOJ cases here's a portion of bars interview with ABC correspondent Pierre Thomas to have public statements and tweaks made about the department about or people in the department are our men and women here that case is pending in the department of judges for for whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job and to assure the court and the prosecutors in the in the department that we're doing our work with integrity list of our the president is as I like to be told what to do you may not like what you're saying are you prepared for those ramifications of course as I said during my confirmation I came into service Attorney General I am responsible for everything that happens in the department of the thing I'd most responsibility for the issues that are brought to me for decision and I will make those decisions based on what I think is the right thing to do I'm not gonna be bullied or influenced by anybody and I said it's mother's Congress newspaper editorial boards for the president I'm gonna do what I think is right and you know the I. fifteen I cannot do my job here at the department with constant background commentary that undercut when asked

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Attorney General Barr says Trump's tweets about DOJ "make it impossible for me to do my job"

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Attorney General Barr says Trump's tweets about DOJ "make it impossible for me to do my job"

"In a rare break from defending him Attorney General bill Barr today criticized president trump's tweets on the Roger stone case saying they make it impossible for him to do his job the Attorney General gave the exclusive interview to ABC news and said president trump never asked him to do anything in a criminal case but needs to cut back on the tweeting about DOJ cases here's a portion of bars interview with ABC's correspondent Pierre Thomas have public statements

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Barr: Trump tweets on cases make it 'impossible' to do job

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Barr: Trump tweets on cases make it 'impossible' to do job

"Attorney General William Barr says president Donald Trump has to lay off his department hi Attorney General William Bartels ABC's Pierre Thomas I think it's time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal cases Barr says trump's tweets have done real damage people in the department are our men and women here about cases pending in the department and a bad judges before whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job the ABC interview comes after bar over ruled his own prosecutors who recommended trump so long time confident Roger stone be sentenced to seven to nine years in prison and then he took the extraordinary step of lowering the amount will not offering an amended number bar is scheduled to testify to Congress at the end of next month Tim acquire Washington

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U.S. charges 4 members of Chinese military for massive Equifax hack

Glenn Beck

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

U.S. charges 4 members of Chinese military for massive Equifax hack

"China responds after the justice department indicted for members of the Chinese military for allegedly hacking Equifax and stealing the private financial information of a hundred forty five million Americans ABC news that chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas reports from Washington sold it for Mason may tail Chinese intelligence which US officials are facing financial difficulties and might be willing to take cash the same for spying China denies attacking and is accusing the US government of being hypocritical they say the US government is the leader in such

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Chinese Military Officers Charged With Atlanta-Based Equifax Hack

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Chinese Military Officers Charged With Atlanta-Based Equifax Hack

"Ports grand jury in Atlanta indicts for members of the Chinese military in the twenty seventeen Equifax happy on the massive privacy breach the thorny say the computer hackers part of the broader plan by China to commit economic espionage ABC's Pierre Thomas says the hack compromise the personal data of nearly half of all U. S. citizens it's unlikely these for whatever stand

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AG William Barr: DOJ reviewing Ukraine information on Bidens provided by Rudy Giuliani

Dave Ramsey

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

AG William Barr: DOJ reviewing Ukraine information on Bidens provided by Rudy Giuliani

"Hampshire the president was in New Hampshire for campaign rally blasting the entire democratic field Democrats are now the party of high taxes high ground open borders late term abortions socialism and blatant corruption the Republican Party is the party of the American worker the American family fresh off his impeachment acquittal Mr trump his Attorney General William Barr accepting information on the bidens that was gather my personal attorney Rudy Giuliani all right is department says that they will take a look at any allegations from Giuliani but he warned that quote you can't take anything coming from the Ukraine at face value suggesting that such information should be viewed with skepticism ABC's Pierre Thomas the president also fired two key trial witnesses army lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men from the National Security Council and U. S. European Union ambassador Gordon

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Record-long U.S.-Mexico drug tunnel discovered

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Record-long U.S.-Mexico drug tunnel discovered

"Five it's being called the longest illegal underground tunnel ever discovered on the southern border from Tijuana San Diego nearly a mile long thirty suspect it's been used by drug cartels smuggle tons of drugs into the US from Mexico more from correspondent Pierre Thomas about seventy feet below ground a highly sophisticated total bill with an elevated rail system ventilation electrical cables and panels likely a multimillion dollar construction project by drug cartels which have the resources a fortune five hundred companies authorities suspect that the tunnel five and a half feet tall by two feet wide this contributed to the epidemic of overdose deaths here at home federal authorities say the tunnel shows Mexican drug cartels will try anything they can to get their illicit cargo into the United States where they find many willing

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Inspector general: Start of FBI Russia probe was justified

First Light

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Inspector general: Start of FBI Russia probe was justified

"The justice department inspector general releasing a report on why the F. B. I. launch the trump Russia probe in the first place the inspector general found that the origins the launch of the Russia investigation was legally sound that it met the justice department standards in terms of evidence and that it was carried out appropriately at least at the beginning and the FBI director agreed with that finding I asked him directly if he thought that the FBI had been unfair to the trump campaign he said he did not to be sees Pierre Thomas says the report also found those several procedural mistakes made by the FBI president trump meeting at the White House today with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov when the president met with Lavrov in two thousand seventeen he ignited a firestorm by disclosing intelligence information to the Russians that have been supplied by Israel that meeting was closed to White House reporters while Russian state media was allowed

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FBI Russia probe report released by Justice Department

First Light

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

FBI Russia probe report released by Justice Department

"The justice department inspector general releasing a report on why the F. B. I. launch the trump Russia probe in the first place the inspector general found that the origins the launch of the Russia investigation was legally sound that it met the justice department standards in terms of evidence and that it was carried out appropriately at least at the beginning and the FBI director agreed with that finding I asked him directly if he thought that the FBI had been unfair to the trump campaign he said he did not to be sees Pierre Thomas says the report also found those several procedural mistakes made by the

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"News time seven forty eight cops this morning searching for sex attacker who was struck twice in park slope Brooklyn last Monday a seventeen year old girl was grabbed as she walked near Carroll street and eighth Avenue she managed to get away and a man who was nearby try to get the suspect then back on the eighth of this month the twenty seven year old woman was going to win her building at Prospect Park west when a man cops think was the same suspect expose himself and tried to stop her from getting into her building there was a struggle the suspect ran off police say if you know anything about either incident call crime stoppers. to do you see now and in phase one of its impeachment investigation the house Judiciary Committee heard from president trump's former campaign manager. sort of Pierre Thomas explains very low in Taos ski passing with house Democrats flat out refusing to answer questions about his dealings with the president the White House is directed not disclosed or his analyzers. I am confident that did not stop house judiciary Democrats from pressing to learn more about a key scene in the mall a report regarding potential obstruction of justice president trump calling in Taos ski into the oval office and dictating a message for delivery to Jeff sessions the goal to give the then Attorney General to limit the special counsel's investigation. well after five hours New York's Jerry Nadler told the windows key that he is considering holding him in contempt after the hearing live in Taos ski told fox news like I've always said I will come on answer questions I spent more than twenty maybe twenty five hours answering questions before the house intelligence committee the Senate intelligence committee the special counsel's office I have nothing to hide because we never committed any crimes of the campaign president trump has just tweeted Lewandowski stated very clearly yesterday president trump did not do anything wrong or illegal but they all know that the president writes the Democrats are hurting our country and getting nothing done shameful exclamation point. meantime over on CNN with Chris Cuomo former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe says he would never cut a deal with prosecutors who wouldn't avoid indictment absolutely not under any circumstances Chris bye and said to you I said from the very beginning I absolutely reject that report because I'd never intentionally misled anyone about anything and I will not stand up and claim that I've done something that I didn't do McCabe could be indicted for authorizing a leaked to the Wall Street journal about a conversation he had endorsing the investigation of the Clinton foundation America's top diplomat secretary of state Mike Pompeii heading to Saudi Arabia to talk about a possible response to an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil industry Iran is suspected in that attack president trump has said he does not want more US defense officials have been ordered to plan potential responses Tehran says any action against Iran quote will face an immediate answer. when Zeus time seven fifty..

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on WRVA

"Pierre Thomas with the latest trade talks between the US and China opening on Wednesday. Beijing demand in Washington back off it's sweeping crackdown on telecom while way, which the US charged with stealing tech secrets and violating on sanctions. While had denies it. China says it will firmly defend its companies on orders from President Nicolas Maduro Venezuela's prime Venezuela's Supreme Court barred opposition leader Juan Gabe guide. Oh from leaving the country. He says he's the rightful president in Washington to sit down on getting the Douro out. Then Israel is sure J D fares Carlos Vecchio meeting with vice president Pence thanking the US for its support in overthrowing a president who won't leave. We need to put all the pressure all the pressure that we can do. President Trump obliging by blocking Venezuelan oil imports ABC. Sees Andy Field in Washington. You're listening to ABC news. Richmond's warning us with John Reid. Do you want me to lie to you? What do you think does this audience want ally to make them feel better? Or do you want me to tell you the truth because I get the impression that everybody wants somebody who identifies as conservative to tell you that this wasn't a disaster. I just I I can't tell you that. I think that the president did cave. I think it makes him look terrible. All of this was kabuki theatre. And the president should have known if he was going to double down on this and run his mouth in the Oval Office about how don't worry I'm gonna take it. I'm gonna shut this, Dan. It could be months. It could be a year. If you're not really willing to do that. Then don't say. Mostly agree with you. The blame. The Republicans in the house and the Senate. Unfortunately, I do believe he shaved Trump lost the battle, buddy. Lose the war. Okay. Richmond's news with John Reid on NewsRadio W R V as. And the.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"From, ABC, news I'm Michelle Franzen President Trump attempting to clarify statements at the summit Tuesday at. The White House the president said, he misspoke saying he meant to say the word wouldn't instead of wood when talking about Russian interference in the election ABC's Jonathan Karl says that may. Not be enough I don't think that his efforts to offer a, clarification are gonna please many people focused so narrowly on. On one, sentence I mean the whole tone of the press conference was. What was condemned the fact that, he was asked you know about the state of US Russian relations and whether or not the Russians bear responsibility or blamed for. Any of it and he seemed to suggest did it was the United States or at least as much in not, not Putin zone actions that were to blame a twenty, nine year old Russian gun rights activists was indicted in federal. Court on charges she acted as an agent of a, foreign, government officials say Maria Bettina entered the US son an f. one student visa in two thousand sixteen and targeted political candidates to secretly. Advance Russian interests ABC's Pierre Thomas tells us she's due back in court Wednesday denying anyone doing. An attorney calls the charges overblown, saying she's only here to improve US Russian relations but she faces up to fifteen years in prison if convicted MGM resorts owner of the Las Vegas. Mandalay bay hotel is suing more than one thousand survivors of the, sniper shooting in October that killed fifty eight people at. An outdoor, concert the company says it needs to protect itself from being. Held liable for the bullets that, rained down from its hotel room ABC's legal analyst Royal Oakes tells us why this is the litigation version of the maximum the. Best defense is good offense at the risk of assume NAMI of bad.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

"Interview with trump attorney and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani last night giuliani said the trump did repay his attorney michael cohen the one hundred thirty thousand dollars for the arrangement and assisted did not come out of campaign funds trump says the agreement was to stop daniels for making false and extortionist accusations about an affair she says she had with him more than a decade ago former trump campaign aide tells abc news special counsel robert muller's team is still very much focused on whether there was collusion between the trump campaign and russia during the election more from abc's pierre thomas trump political adviser michael caputo helped in the early stages of the campaign from trump tower says he won't soon forget the grilling he says he took from two fbi agents and a prosecutor with the special counsel team three hours plus they weren't pulling any punches at some points in time got kind of frightening caputo says the agents knew so much about his life it scared him they know everything appear they know more about what i did in two thousand sixteen than i do but will the investigators after they're talking about the timing of some things that happened at the campaign at the convention i think they're completely focused on collusion with russia according to caputo there was a lot of focus on the hack of the dnc by russian operative known as goose for and wikileaks which published stolen information this is historic assessment on whether muller is anywhere near done investigating possible collusion i'm hoping this end soon but it sounds to me like they have more digging to do today give you any sense that they have anything i believe that they they think they're onto something what that is i don't know but they're not messing around caputo says investigators pepperdine with questions abolish friends the president's personal attorney.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

"Pierre thomas miss follow the pattern russia's i've been very active thursday alexa every time there's been a recent controversy quarter when the nfl taken meeting issue which evolved president trump may she's a race immigration and gun violence they tried to intensify the debate last week the nation's top intelligence officials reminded that the russians are still meddling and that they're coming in the two thousand eighteen congressional midterms so this is an ongoing issue another surprise that they would try to take advantage of it horrific tragedy in florida in this case there reports of twitter accounts suspected of ties to russia is pushing articles in videos to exacerbate feelings on each side of the gun control debate the ideas to push stories on both sides of the debate to inflame passions and so to scored is what the justice department calls it information warfare an assault on a very democracy that's abc's pierre thomas president trump tweeted several posts about russia and the obama administration this morning abc's karen travers with the latest president trump riding on twitter this morning quote i have been much tougher on russia than obama just looking for facts but he has yet to impose new sanctions on russia as punishment for interfering in the 2016 election and a possible deterrent from doing it again in this year's midterms congress overwhelmingly passed legislation last summer calling for new sanctions but the trump administration says just the threat of that action has impacted russian military deals president obama did take action against russia at the end of 2016 his administration expelled a 35 russian intelligence operatives and sanction five russian entities and four individuals over its alleged interference in the 2016 election karen travers abc news the white house and today the trump administration introduced a new proposed rule that would allow insurance companies to once again sell lowcost insurance policies for up to a year the plans may be low cost but some may find the coverage lacking here's serena marshall with more from the washington bureau of abc news the trump administration is going to allow the sale of shortterm cheap and less comprehensive health care plans the policies are less expensive because they are not subject to the requirements of the affordable care act like mandating the central health benefits such as emergency maternity are mental health care the administration says they offer affordable alternatives critics say they put consumers at risk by driving.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

"And on the komo app on your smartphone you fbi pushing back against president trump proclaims complete vindication and the russia investigation from that republican memo alleging fbi bias against his administration the fbi telling abc news senior justice correspondent pierre thomas trump and his allies were engaged in an all out assault on the integrity of their institution make no mistake his constant pressure on the justice department is not the north and critics said it creates the impression that he's tried to control the institutions that was supposed to have a level of independence to investigate national security matters without political interference two people dead after an amtrak train hit a passenger train in lexikon county shock carolina early sunday morning dozens were injured some with broken bones others had minor injuries passenger derek parra way says he was sleeping on that train and hit his head amtrak curl is very professional getting its caddick collected chained uh first responded showed up really quick i mean that's been a pretty russell morning but everybody seems to be taking a fairly well as more than one hundred million americans get ready to watch super bowl fifty two thousands of security officers working behind the scenes to keep minneapolis safe skiing time for us and we are ready the fbi's rick thorpe nonsecurity efforts being put in place for the super bowl including thousands of surveillance cameras perched across the city seventeenhundred federal aged said law enforcement officers from sixty police agencies sixty six thousand fans will be screened before entering us bank stadium though dhs secretary christian nielsen points out some we'll be able to do it off site at the mall of america giving has to wait in line freezing cold temperatures were the single digits officials say as of now there are no credible security threats ryan burrow abc news minneapolis here to puget john we look out the window again today and more rain and we even have a flood watch in fact some of the rivers are filling be because a factor snow levels up to seventy five hundred feet it's been a rough winter and you probably need a break while hebron luck colors can superman.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Brian ross with us again tonight thanks brian we turn next here to new developments in the investigation of the massacre in las vegas tonight abc news has learned what the gunman did to hide his tracks on his computer and what if anything to authorities know tonight about his motive now a month later here's abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas dooley tonight abc news has learned exclusively that the hard drive is missing from a laptop computer found in steven panic snipers lear at the mandalay bay hotel some authorities suspect the paddock destroyed were intentionally hit the harddrive to keep law enforcement from information the move told them why he killed fifty eight people and wounded hundreds move he would want to erase his digital history so nobody could ever figure out how and why he did what he did an abc news has also learned that panic brought software to a racist harddrive more evidence of his meticulous planning the fbi in las vegas police continue to interview witnesses run rundown leave from across the country but had been frustrated by the lack of evidence pointing to a motive we have found no signs of ideology or affiliation to any groups and today another disturbing twist steven pennies brother bruce arrested and charged with possessing child pornography in a separate investigation that began well before the las vegas massacre an pierre thomas with us live from washington and pierre almost a month now after this massacre and authorities still have little idea what motivated him.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on WLOB

"Of ourselves and i'm bothered by the lack of emerging evidence about underlying the underlying crime that there was actually collusion coordination between the trump white house and so what's happened is we've surrounded the president with this legal minefield and donald trump thing donald trump steps oliver legal minefield the blows them up six ways from sunday but it's become an investigation about itself and you know i lived through whitewater live for a lot of these and there's a lot of shady behavior that don't rise to the watergate level and i'm just afraid were being swallowed up by the politics of scandal when there's less and less evidence that they actually colluded maybe that'll come out that so far it has an bothers that's never trumper that's an never trump republican david brooks he's starting to get uncomfortable about the lack of evidence of collusion between donald trump and russia how 'bout abc's pierre thomas did you hear this pretty big story you know he's got the glasses kinda bald head on abc wide very deeply respected investigative journalist got big sources in washington your did you hear what he shed on abc's this week he says that his sources say that robert muller hasn't even decider whether to investigate president trump as part of the russia probe yet which of course completely contradicts the unnamed sources from the walk to the washington post say they're giardi investigation underway pierre thomas was george bush say well muller hasn't decided yet whether even investigate donald trump rabin play do you realize how we're being played the russian collusion story is wrap the democrats know it the washington post knows it the never trumpers no it i've said this all year they will never ever ever be able to establish how that one vote one vote was impacted by mike flynn knowing somebody in russia they will never ever be able to substantiate that this is a political distraction and and the and the which magazine to me is that everybody knows everybody knows all the players note it's gain they play meanwhile this country is still having to be run we still have to get things done president trump's agenda for which he was elected has to be implemented and and we've got to get we have we we must demand that this singular figure who is under attack from all sides.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"This week now that you have more background the pierre thomas does with respect to the justice department's position on a sitting president united states let's listen the what he had to say cut five go the president in that tweet basically said he believes he's under investigation that sin could become a reality the former fbi director james comey laid out what he believes is a disturbing case he said that the president asked him for loyalty of basically asked him to stop the investigation into former national security advisor michael flynn and he said he was fired statue that he basically said just just to language he basically told him the stop he basically said now he did whatever the test as he didn't say that dini mr journalist pays only and you know what else and he might go ahead investigation now muller faces a huge decision does the president who says there's no wrongdoing here or does he go after the president in a way that james comey wants him to do now my sources at telling me how iowa maybe james colmey should be investigated for obstruction of justice he said the way james colmey want him to do that present tense that's not past tense is james comey stoned robin us i'm just curious his james comey stonewalled in this he shouldn't be other than being a witness such as he is go ahead the begun some preliminary planning talks with some people in the administration but he's not yet made that momentous decision to go for a fullscale investigation he's not yet made that momentous decision to go for a fullscale investigation so what's the point of this report i don't even understand it but if mr mollar makes a momentous decision to go for a fullscale investigation a fullscale investigation of what mr thomas pierre thomas here suggesting obstruction because he basically said and basically this that is trump why would you have a fullscale obstruction investigation if you cannot bring criminal charges against the president and he's the one you're investigating for obstruction you see how bizarre this is ladies and gentlemen the reporting his misleading it's inaccurate the journalists for the most part are knuckleheads and dunces if not doctrinaire leftists you're not getting straight stories you're not even getting.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KELO

"Abc's this week now that you have more background than pierre thomas does with respect to the justice department's position on a sitting prison united states let's listen to what he had to say cut five go the president in that tweet basically said he believes he's under investigation that soon could become a reality the former fbi director james comey laid out what he believes is a disturbing case he said that the president asked him for loyalty basically asked him to stop the investigation into former national security advisor michael flynn and he said he was fired staff that he basically said just just listen to language he basically told them the stop he basically said now he didn't whatever the test as he didn't say that dini mr journalist base or he and you know what else am i go ahead investigation now muller faces a huge decision does the president who says there's no wrongdoing here or does he go after the president in a way that james call me wants him to do now my sources of telling me how iowa maybe james colmey should be investigated for obstruction of justice he said the way james colmey wants him to do that present tense that's not past tense is james comey stoned robin us i'm just curious his james comey stonewalled in this he shouldn't be other than being a witness such as he is go ahead the begun some preliminary planning plaza talks with some people in the administration but he's not yet made that momentous decision to go for a fullscale investigation he's not yet made that momentous decision to go for a fullscale investigation so what's the point of this report i don't even understand it but if mr muller make say momentous decision to go for a fullscale investigation a fullscale investigation of what mr thomas pierre thomas here's suggesting obstruction because he basically said and basically this that is trump why would you have a fullscale obstruction investigation if you cannot bring criminal charges against the president and he's the one you're investigating trip structure.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Rise to the watergate level and i'm just afraid were being swallowed up by the politics of scandal when there's less and less evidence that they actually colluded maybe that'll come out with so far it hasn't evolved as let's never trumper that's a never trump republican david brooks he started to get uncomfortable about the lack of evidence of collusion between donald trump and russia how 'bout abc's pierre thomas did you hear this pretty big story you know here's got the glasses kinda bald head on abc why very deeply respected investigative journalist got big shortages in washington you're did you hear what he said on abc's this week he says that here's sources say that robert muller hasn't even decider whether to investigate president trump as part of the rush appropriate which of course completely contradicts the unnamed sources from the walk to the washington post showed their giardi university urged underway pierre thomas george bush kwell muller hasn't decided yet whether even investigate donald trump reeve play do you realize how were being played the russian collusion story is wrap the democrats know it the washington post knows it the never trumpers no it i've said this all year they will never ever ever be able to establish that one whoa no one vote does your impacted by mike flynn knowing somebody in russia they will never ever be able to substantiate that this is a political distraction and and the and the which magazine to me is that everybody knows everybody knows all the players though it's a game they play meanwhile this country is still having to be run we still have to get things done president trump's agenda for which he was elected has to be implemented and and we've got to get it we have we we must demand that this singular figure who is under attack from all sides.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on World News This Week

"They're the president reportedly asked coats to intervene in the investigation into fired national security adviser michael flynn the president also reportedly called coats and nsa director admiral mike rogers and ask them to publicly declared there was no collusion with russia they refused according to the washington post rogers is former deputy wrote a memo at the time documenting that phone call and now the special council investigators want to talk to all three men also this week attorney general jeff sessions faced tough questions on capitol hill but the firing of fbi director james comey and his own ties to russian officials a b c senior justice correspondent pierre thomas with more further the cameras of the american people attorney general jeff sessions in the hotseat you solomon for fellow the truth and the whole truth nothing but the truth of god added fleet sessions defiant saying he recused himself from the russian investigation from the very start because he was on the trump campaign are accused myself from any investigation into the campaign for president but i did not rookies myself from defending not honour against scurrilous and false allegations but sessions was repeatedly pressed about any meetings with the russians as a member of the trump campaign in particular a possible third beating he never acknowledged within candidate donald trump was to speak and the russian ambassador was there if any brief interaction occurred in passing with the russian ambassedor during that reception addi not remember and this suggestion.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"I'm waiting for a description and what's her name by the winter circle circle winner winner webb reality winter reality winter is being described pierre thomas abc news here's our she's describe i by fred seveli goal good here's where cubs it gets interesting she's a british we know she's a bernie sanders supporter we know she was anti trump we know she's in all these that you have a family described her she lifts weights she's a patriot as to the rashed not one word about the fact that she's a liberal democrat bernie sanders socialist loving social justice warrior who hates donald trump you think that might speak to her motivation of leaking things possibly i i went to bed so angry i went to bed so disgusted by stomach was cherney i said to myself i don't care how well regarded abc news might be they are frauds pierre thomas you're fraud david muir you guys are lying you are show hellbent on destroying trump you won't tell the truth to the stare hit the face and on on this close to walking away completely from even engaging in the mainstream media i'm not kidding i don't think it's good for i don't want to go to bed angry i i hate to go to bed angry denise i have this rule about going to bed of the like most couples good at egger you can't sleep it's not good try to resolve it i don't know how to resolve this other the trying to figure out how to find pierre thomas his phone number and call of and say how in the heck can you leave out that part of her story did you do that intentionally and of course the answer would be hubbard hamad avas hamadeh well you know we did we ran out of time we did the was important they live their lawyers show i don't know maybe give me some advice ed morressy a little bit later on the show to talk about the james comey testimony tomorrow but i i feel free to give me or to judge worth have you walked away from the.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Is being described pierre thomas abc news here's all she's described by fred seveli goal good here's where it comes it gets interesting she's a british we know she's a bernie sanders supporter we know she was anti trump we know she's in all these that you have a family described her she lifts weights she's a patriot as to the rest not one word about the fact that she's a liberal democrat bernie sanders socialist loving social justice warrior who hates donald trump you think that might speak to her motivation of leaking things possibly i i went to bed so angry i went to bed so disgusted by stomach was churning i said to myself i don't care how well regarded abc news might be they are frauds pierre thomas you're fraud david muir you guys are lying you are so hellbent on destroying trump you won't tell the truth at the stare hit the face and and on this close to walk it away completely from even engaging in the mainstream media i'm not kidding i don't think it's good for i don't wanna go to bed angry i i hate to go to bed angry denise i used to have this rule about going to bed with like most couples good have been angry you can't sleep it's not good try to resolve it i don't know how to resolve this other they're trying to figure out how to fight i'd pierre thomas his phone number and call of and say how in the heck can you leave out that part of her story did you do that intentionally and of course the answer would be a hub in a hub in hamadeh well you know we did we read out of time we did that was important they live their lawyers so i don't know no maybe give me some advice ed morressy a little bit later on the show to talk about the james comey testimony tomorrow but i feel free to give me your two cents worth have you walked away from the mainstream.

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"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"pierre thomas" Discussed on KOMO

"Pierre thomas hubbard you protests erupted lawmakers proposing the new law banning socalled sanctuary city earlier this month the protesters getting inside the house sparking a scuffle between legislators one state representative told others that he'd called the immigrations and customs enforcement on the protesters you get what and he said yes i called us the turks is required to comply with federal authorities that request local law enforcement detain those suspected of being in the country illegally and allows officers to ask anyone when they're detaining about their immigration status something critics say is an invitation pool report the trump administration withhold federal funding to sanctuary cities those limits cooporation with federal immigration enforcement you knew issued an executive order in january tying billions in federal funding to immigration enforcement in order that was blocked last month by federal judge some cities including new york philadelphia chicago are posing the trump administration immigration crackdown the justice department is threatening to deny grass those that don't comply abc's pierre thomas president trump is urging republican leaders to change senate rules and approve sweeping tax cuts trump tweeted that it could be done fast and easy if a 60vote threshold is lower to a simple majority of fifty one in the senate he said the house healthcare bill should also be taken up quickly the president also predicted the democrats would do it no doubt nothing is likely to happen quickly in the senate on taxes or healthcare komo.

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