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Live updates | Ukraine leader says medical services in occupied areas 'catastrophic'.

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Live updates | Ukraine leader says medical services in occupied areas 'catastrophic'.

"You you you you kinds kinds kinds kinds president president president president has has has has lamented lamented lamented lamented the the the the lack lack lack lack of of of of medical medical medical medical services services services services in in in in occupied occupied occupied occupied areas areas areas areas of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in just just just just a a a a small small small small town town town town the the the the situation situation situation situation with with with with access access access access to to to to medical medical medical medical services services services services and and and and medicines medicines medicines medicines is is is is just just just just catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic even even even even the the the the simplest simplest simplest simplest medications medications medications medications are are are are missing missing missing missing president president president president Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton is is is is in in in in that that that that scheme scheme scheme scheme made made made made the the the the comments comments comments comments in in in in a a a a speech speech speech speech delivered delivered delivered delivered at at at at the the the the parade parade parade parade of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine charity charity charity charity events events events events in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. K. K. K. K. so so so so does does does does he he he he went went went went on on on on to to to to say say say say almost almost almost almost no no no no treatments treatments treatments treatments was was was was available available available available for for for for those those those those suffering suffering suffering suffering from from from from cancer cancer cancer cancer and and and and insulin insulin insulin insulin for for for for diabetics diabetics diabetics diabetics was was was was difficult difficult difficult difficult to to to to find find find find one one one one non non non non existence existence existence existence he he he he also also also also said said said said there there there there were were were were no no no no antibiotics antibiotics antibiotics antibiotics available available available available the the the the cranium cranium cranium cranium president president president president said said said said during during during during the the the the course course course course of of of of the the the the war war war war the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian ministry ministry ministry ministry had had had had five five five five more more more more than than than than two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand missiles missiles missiles missiles into into into into Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine he he he he said said said said the the the the destroyed destroyed destroyed destroyed or or or or damaged damaged damaged damaged infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure includes includes includes includes ninety ninety ninety ninety four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals and and and and other other other other medical medical medical medical facilities facilities facilities facilities I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Evacuation of civilians from Ukrainian steel plant begins

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Evacuation of civilians from Ukrainian steel plant begins

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Is There a Scenario Where by the Democrats Discover Common Sense?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Is There a Scenario Where by the Democrats Discover Common Sense?

"Com. We are back with our regular guest lord Conrad black, follow him right now at Conrad and black read his long writings at The Epoch Times in American greatness and also listen to the podcast he co hosts with Victor Davis Hanson and also with Bill Bennett. Listen to it, subscribe today. Lord black, thank you for the assist there. I had a Biden moment there for a second. Let's talk about this specter that we have three years left, constitutionally of this administration. You always are so assiduous in your saying, you're not a psychiatrist. You're not a psychologist. You can't get into the heads of those that we are talking about. However, politically, are there scenarios within which the Democrat party finds rationality or common sense? Because we were playing clips today and yesterday of members of the cabinet saying, yeah, this is a great opportunity. The war with Russia is a great opportunity to get rid of fossil fuels and, oh, you can just buy a Tesla. If not, arrogance detachment from reality and what the average American lives. Is there any way in which suddenly they have a cold shower and act a little bit more reasonably? I think we have to wait for election day for that. I mean, it appears that the and I don't know how this happened and historians well connected with these events or at least capable of ascertaining exactly what happened. We'll have to we'll have to analyze this, but the Democratic Party, which in fairness was under the under president Clinton, for example, it was a center left operation, but it wasn't an extreme or absurdly careless reckless regime. The budget generally and the behavior. I mean, I personally wouldn't have had a vote wouldn't have voted for president Clinton, but you can't say it was an extreme or irrational concept of government that he had. And most of the senior people had were people you could deal with. But a here we have the great Democratic Party taken over by an outright socialist movement infested with anti americanism. I mean, essentially, a self hating movement, but convincing itself that it wasn't self hate. It was, it was patriotism, because it wanted to make America better by curing it of these terrible, horrible

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Who Was Responsible for the 2008 Economic Recession?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Who Was Responsible for the 2008 Economic Recession?

"We obviously all know that the gas prices and the inflation are Joe Biden's fault. They are direct result of his energy policies. Along with all the other blunders of his administration. Something that popped into my head earlier today though was I wanted to know why you think the 2008 economic collapse happened was that president Bush's fault or was that president Clinton's fault? Who do you think was at fault for that? God bless you and thank you for all you do. The 2008 crash began in the real estate sector and then reverberated more broadly through the economy. It wasn't as bad as the crash of 1929. It didn't throw the country into a great depression, but it did create a recession that created the economy and it took quite a while, in fact, a few years to get out of it. Now, for the left and for the progressives, this reflected the greed of Wall Street bankers, the greed of the mortgage brokers and the real estate industry generally, and the solution, of course, was more government regulation and more government regulation was in fact imposed on the banks on the financial sector on Wall Street after the 2008 crash. But all of this missed the real cause of the crash. And to understand the cause of the crash, you got to understand how bank lending practices changed.

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Russia and Ukraine continue talks by video call

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Russia and Ukraine continue talks by video call

"You cranium and Russian delegations have received talks by video Ukraine is demanding a ceasefire and the withdrawal of Russian troops an adviser of Ukrainian president Clinton is the Lenski said this would only be achievable if the Lansky had direct talks with Russian president Vladimir Putin officials have revealed the main subject under discussion revolves around the separatist regions in eastern Ukraine just before the war Russia recognized the independence of two regions controlled by Russian backed separatists since twenty fourteen discussions were now focused on whether Russian troops would remain in those areas after the war I'm with the borders would be Russia has demanded that NATO pledge never to admit Ukraine into the alliance will station forces there I'm Karen Thomas

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How Does One Train for War? Jessie Jane Duff and Sebastian Discuss

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | 2 months ago

How Does One Train for War? Jessie Jane Duff and Sebastian Discuss

"I don't want to have some kind of war is awful, isn't it so sad? Because yeah, it has been since the first caveman picked up a rock and used it against his fellow caveman. But I just want people to understand. First, the message of those young men who look so incredibly young, Jesse Jane and also that statement from that 18 year old death is not an option. Will you talk to us as somebody who's worn the cloth of the republic? This isn't just a news story. It stands out to me as they only had three days training and as a United States Marine and go through recruit training for 30 months. God willing you don't get recycled and how to stay longer. You have to learn how to deal with intense duress, intense stress. And you basically train your body to respond to it in a logical way without panic without collapsing. I don't know how anybody can go into the front lines or combat without some form of training. But I absolutely admire these young men for being able to say, if not me, then who. And if it's not going to be us to defend the Ukraine, obviously we can't count on the NATO, United States, despite the promise that the United States and Britain made two the Ukraine to give up their nuclear weapons, what was that in 1998 or 94 under president Clinton, the promise that we would defend them, what the heck you know? I'm not suggesting that we would have American troops down there. I don't want to promote that, but I just feel like we're inevitably heading down that path because we've been so weak in our response initially. We didn't come back out forcefully. We didn't put the swift banking in immediately. We didn't cut off the oil immediately. And we've got NATO alliances that are still dependent upon Russian oil, and they're fiddle farting around trying to decide, well, we need this oil more than we need them to be alive. It's just a debacle on so many levels.

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Melitopol residents demand release of their mayor

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Melitopol residents demand release of their mayor

"Surveillance video has shown the mayor of a town in southeastern Ukraine being marched down to city hall apparently surrounded by Russian soldiers Melitopol residents took to the streets to demand the release of man even further of Ukrainian president Clinton is and then ski accuses Russert kidnapping the man they have transitioned into a new stage of terra in which low trying to physically liquidate recommenced his thirteenth before the invasion the Biden administration had warned of Russian plans to detain and kill targeted people in Ukraine with the Lenski himself likely top targets Keefe mana Batali Klitschko also likened Russia's actions to that of a terrorist organization this is an act of terrorism Russia is trying to destroy the legally elected power in Ukraine which protects the interests of peaceful residents line Karen Thomas

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'The President's Man' Author Dwight Chapin on How Nixon Evolved

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 3 months ago

'The President's Man' Author Dwight Chapin on How Nixon Evolved

"Folks, welcome back, the book is the president's man Dwight Chapin. So you were with him from when you were a very young man to the very end of his life. Did Nixon change in your eyes? Was he a different man shortly before his death than he had been in the presidency in any way? Yes. I believe he changed. I met him when he was first after he had just been vice president and like with anyone. With doctor Kissinger, any of these men, I mean, they are getting older. They are getting that thing called wisdom, wiser, and they are working at a different pace. There's more space in discussions and thinking about things. So president Nixon to me was always the same man, but there was just this shifting and more of a relaxed thing about him. In the days when he's running for office and dealing with the political issues, that calls for basically a different kind of psychic than when you've moved to being an author and you're looking back and reflecting Bill Clinton had an interesting comment. He talked about Nixon's trip to Russia right before Nixon died he went to Russia, and he came back and he wrote this very long memorandum to president Clinton analyzing everything that was going on in Russia. So it was kind of a perspective mentality. So Nixon died and what was 2002 or something like that? And you're saying he went so after the Soviet Union had fallen, he Nixon went back. I didn't remember this. And one of the things he always did was to talk to all of the leaders on the way up that were not necessarily in power. So he never just relied on talking to whoever was running a country. He wanted to talk to the opposition and to the others involved.

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Putin, Biden plan high-stakes phone call amid Ukraine crisis

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Putin, Biden plan high-stakes phone call amid Ukraine crisis

"As tensions mount between Russia and the west Ukraine is urging its citizens to remain calm as a possible Russian invasion of his eminence Ukrainian law enforcement officers carry out drills near Crimea as president Clinton is the Lenski said patiently D. cranium president trying to project calm as he told reporters that it is not clear Fussell invade or not the best friend for enemies that is Benny in our country and all this information details only Phulbani doesn't help us meanwhile in Ukraine's capital Kiev April one thousand protesters gathered to show their support for the authorities if they face a buildup of Russian troops on their borders while western countries a warning an invasion could happen at any time he Canadians like UTSA at Sunbelt concerns not afraid K. worried did it wouldn't stop like the week it's it's already been going for eighteen years so nothing new for us Karen Thomas

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North Korea tests longest-range missile since 2017

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

North Korea tests longest-range missile since 2017

"North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea has has has has fired fired fired fired another another another another missile missile missile missile into into into into the the the the sea sea sea sea this this this this time time time time the the the the missile missile missile missile is is is is the the the the most most most most powerful powerful powerful powerful it it it it has has has has tested tested tested tested since since since since president president president president Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton took took took took office office office office the the the the test test test test appears appears appears appears to to to to be be be be a a a a continuation continuation continuation continuation of of of of north north north north Korea's Korea's Korea's Korea's strategy strategy strategy strategy to to to to gain gain gain gain concessions concessions concessions concessions from from from from Washington Washington Washington Washington and and and and neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors amid amid amid amid a a a a prolonged prolonged prolonged prolonged stalemates stalemates stalemates stalemates in in in in diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy the the the the missile missile missile missile was was was was launched launched launched launched on on on on and and and and off off off off to to to to trajectory trajectory trajectory trajectory to to to to avoid avoid avoid avoid the the the the territorial territorial territorial territorial space space space space of of of of neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors it it it it reached reached reached reached a a a a maximum maximum maximum maximum altitude altitude altitude altitude of of of of one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty two two two two miles miles miles miles and and and and traveled traveled traveled traveled four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred ninety ninety ninety ninety seven seven seven seven miles miles miles miles before before before before landing landing landing landing in in in in the the the the sea sea sea sea the the the the flight flight flight flight details details details details suggest suggest suggest suggest that that that that it it it it is is is is the the the the longest longest longest longest range range range range ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic missile missile missile missile that that that that the the the the north north north north has has has has tested tested tested tested since since since since twenty twenty twenty twenty seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen the the the the test test test test was was was was north north north north Korea's Korea's Korea's Korea's seventh seventh seventh seventh round round round round of of of of launches launches launches launches this this this this month month month month I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Bill Clinton released from Southern California hospital

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Bill Clinton released from Southern California hospital

"Bill Clinton was released from the southern California hospital Sunday where he'd been treated for an infection in a statement tweeted by Clinton spokesperson the university of California Irvine Medical Center reports president Clinton's fever and white blood cell counts are normalized and he will return home to New York to finish his course of antibiotics and aid to the seventy five year old former president said Clinton had a urological infection that spread to his bloodstream but never went into septic shock a potentially life threatening condition Hillary Clinton has been with her husband at the hospital and left with him Sunday in two thousand and four he underwent quadruple bypass surgery and after that embraced a largely vegan diet that's all his health improved I'm Julie Walker

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Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

On The Media

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

"Is critical Race theory? Yes. So critical Race theory began around the 19 seventies with the law professor Derrick Bell and a couple of other legal scholars trying to understand the ways. That race and American law intersected how history of slavery and segregation was sort of codified and continue to influence American law Today. Adam Harris is a staff writer at the Atlantic. His most recent article was titled The GOP S Critical Race Theory Obsession, Harris says. One of the first instances we started to see critical race theory being used as a political bludgeon was in the early 19 nineties, President Bill Clinton nominated Atlantic near to the Justice Department. She was a legal scholar who done a lot of work and voting rights and conservatives effectively used her previous work in voting rights to sort of tag her as someone who was arguing for racial quotas in voting for the amount of seats that people should hold on city councils. They also tagged her as championing a radical school of thought. Called Critical Race Theory. Amid mounting pressure from conservatives, President Clinton has withdrawn his nomination of Lani Guinier to head up the Justice Department's civil rights division, claiming veneers writings lent themselves to views that he could not embrace the president cut her loose rather than fight a divisive battle on Capitol Hill. From there you have A kind of dormant period. It's not really until after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the murder of Trayvon Martin, the Jesse Jackson like race profiteer race grievance industry says everything's about race. America's a racist nation. You see a mention of critical race theory after a video surfaces of President Barack Obama hugging Derek Bell in 1990, you know When he was a law student at Harvard Law. The president is actually kind of aligning himself here with a well known campus radical. There is a conservative back last thing that he believes in this radical critical race theory. And then they're a kind of a couple of mentions up until 2020 shortly after George Floyd is murdered, You start to see a

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Biden Recognizes June as Pride Month, Vows to Fight for LGBTQ Rights

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Recognizes June as Pride Month, Vows to Fight for LGBTQ Rights

"Issuing a proclamation affirming June as LGBT Q Pride MONTH, following in the footsteps of some predecessors, proclamation, says the Biden Harris administration reaffirms That no one should face discrimination or harassment because of who they are or whom they love and that the president has the back of LGBT Q people across the nation. President Clinton was the first to issue a pride month proclamation and President Obama did so every year of his presidency President Trump tweeted his recognition of pride month in the third year of his presidency after failing to do so in his first two years. This is the LGBTQ community continues to face a spate of hate crimes.

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Biden Pressured to Restore Boundaries of National Monuments in Utah

WBUR Programming

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Biden Pressured to Restore Boundaries of National Monuments in Utah

"Confirmed interior secretary Deb Holland is traveling to Utah shall meet with tribes and elected leaders, and the focus is on the future of the Bears, Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments. Former President Donald Trump dramatically slashed protections for these monuments. President Biden issued an executive order to review that move and his administration is under pressure to restore their boundaries. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Former congresswoman from New Mexico. Deb Holland is the nation's first indigenous interior secretary. And in the four Corners region, there's a lot of anticipation among tribes about her official visit to the Bears Ears National Monument. When President Obama designated it giving it enhanced federal land protections. He cited its cultural significance. Land is rich with cliff dwellings, pictographs as well, A sacred camping and burial grounds. This is our chapel. This is our place of worship. Had Gonzalez Rogers runs the Bears ears inter tribal coalition representing five sovereign tribes. Ah, Holland alone doesn't have the authority to restore the monument's original boundaries. But he sees her visit as symbolic in FAC in the first kind of the world. I think it's less than 30 days of Secretary Holland on being in office, she has had more engagement more action than the previous 1300 days. When former president Trump downsized bears ears by 85% and cut the nearby Grand Staircase Escalante and nearly half tribe sued that court battle is on hold after President Biden's latest executive order calling for another review. Utah Republicans, including Governor Spencer Cox, are pressuring the administration to put a bill through Congress. Can we give on some issues? Can they give on some issues? Can we Can we come to a peaceful resolution of this? So we're not fighting this battle every year for 20 years, 25 years IN 1996, President Clinton designated the Grand Staircase Monument without consulting Utah leaders summer still fuming about what they saw as a loss and ranching and mining opportunities.

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Biden touts American Rescue Plan

Rick Roberts

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Biden touts American Rescue Plan

"To you by Mueller Inc President Joe Biden says two milestones will soon be hit, in part because of the new coronavirus relief legislation, boxes Jared Helper and with more over the next 10 days, President Biden says two goals will be hit 100 Million Covert vaccines have been been Certain in in 100 million million stimulus checks, delivered delivered shots shots and arms arms and money in in pockets. That's important, But the the president says the the next next challenge is is implementing the $1.9 Trillion American rescue plan requires fastidious oversight. Make sure the relief arrives quickly, equitably and efficiently with no waste or fraud. President Biden says Gene Sperling, the former top economic adviser for Presidents, Clinton and Obama, will oversee the

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Civil rights leader Vernon Jordan has died at 85

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Civil rights leader Vernon Jordan has died at 85

"Activists in Washington Power broker Vernon Jordan has died. He worked in civil rights law after Graduating from Howard Law School, then became head of the National Urban League in the seventies. He never held public office but did form relationships with lawmakers and corporate leaders to create economic and political opportunities for African Americans. His friendship with a young bill Clinton paid off later when he became one of President Clinton's closest advisors, D

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Vernon Jordan, Civil-Rights Leader, Dies at 85

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Vernon Jordan, Civil-Rights Leader, Dies at 85

"Businessman, a civil rights leader and an adviser to then President Bill Clinton. Vernon Jordan has died at the age of 85. Jordan grew up in an Atlanta housing projects before his family bought a home, got his LA degree from Howard University and worked for civil rights attorney. One of this case is integrated the University of Georgia. He worked for the C P and United Negro College Fund and was head of the National Urban League in 1971. Jordan never held a government job, but no one knew better. How Washington D. C works. Jordan was a friend and adviser performer. President Clinton. Allison Keyes. CBS NEWS Washington

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Vernon Jordan, activist, former Clinton adviser, has died

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Vernon Jordan, activist, former Clinton adviser, has died

"Activists Vernon Jordan a former adviser to president Clinton has died Jordan's daughter Vicki Jordan Adams released a statement to CBS news saying our father died last night surrounded by loved ones he was eighty five Jordan was an unofficial aide in the Clinton White House but before that he was head of the national urban league becoming the face of black America's modern struggle for jobs and justice while in that high profile position he nearly died in nineteen eighty when he was shot outside his hotel following a speaking engagement he needed five surgeries and spent three months in the hospital recovering I'm Mike Kemp and

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"president clinton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"president clinton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well, we all know how this is going to go. We all know how this is going to go, right? I mean, Basically If 2020 has taught us anything. It's that way. We know exactly how the next 40 days they're going to play out. There will be a Supreme Court nominee that President Trump appoints. There will be a 50 50 votes in the U. S. Senate with the Thai Broken by Mike Pence, the vice president And then there will be litigation That goes all the way up to the Supreme Court that ends in a 54 decision with the person that Trump picked being the deciding vote in terms of deciding who the next president is. I mean, is there any other way that 2020 Khun Play out? Given what we've seen so far? Seven minutes after five o'clock? Yours truly Frank Moreno here with you until 7 p.m. in an uninterrupted two hours, which is pretty exciting now. One of the things that I think has been shortly lacking in the discussion of the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is I mean, there's been a lot of discussion of political MCA nations. There's been a lot of discussion of how the president should handle the vacancy who he'll appoint how the Democrats will react a lot of discussion of the politics of it. But one of the things that I think has been far too lacking is actual discussion of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Now the thing that I haven't really heard anybody on television on radio mention over the course of the last two days. Has been even if Justice Ginsberg had never been appointed a judge. Even if she had never been appointed to the Supreme Court, she still would have gone down as one of the most influential impactful women. In the history of the legal profession because the work that she did as an attorney Was not only groundbreaking. I mean, the fact that she got into the All Boys Club of Harvard, in spite of the fact that she was ah, woman Jewish and had a four year old at the time, three things that did not work in her favor in terms of getting into Harvard. The thing that she was known for prior to becoming a judge was the fact that she would take all these crazy cases challenging this lawn that law and she was very smart and how she went about it. You know why? Because she would take these gender discrimination cases and often represent men. And what? So you kind of turned the law on its head and its funny people Forget this now. But at the time that she was nominated by President Clinton, the and she was she was approved, just like Scalia was with over 90 votes in the Senate. But at the time that she was appointed by President Clinton, she wass vocally opposed by many segments of the far left. Now you think why would this a C l U attorney who had had been a Carter appointee to the federal court? Why would you be opposed by the by the far left because she had said She wasn't crazy about Roe vs Wade and how the judges the justices in that case that decided it, But the thing that I admired most about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and this has been said over and over again. Is what a nice person she was. What a kind person. She seemed to be What a hard worker she seemed to be and I think and again, it's almost become cliche. It's been repeated so often, but I'll repeat it one more time. The friendship that she had with Justice Scalia the fact that they viewed the law and the world so incredibly differently, in spite of the fact that they were both from New York both went to Ivy League schools, both accomplished jurists, and yet they could not have viewed the world more differently. And One story I've always enjoyed hearing is a story that justice Ginsburg told at Justice Scalia's funeral because you remember, she gave the eulogy at Justice Scalia's funeral and she told the story, and the whole eight minute eulogy is worth watching. It's on the YouTube if you want to check it out. But she told the story of a question that President Clinton asked Justice Scalia prior to her appointment along my favorite Scalia stories..

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"president clinton" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"president clinton" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Make a 1966 during the time of the march on Washington, Mr Sip Osama in the march from Selma to Montgomery. So Stokely You are a warrior because your dad to stand up and speak truth to power. And so tonight I come to say Thank you, brother, Stokely. Thank you, Brother. Terrain. That's right, man. Trouble includes bombs for you know. Ah, two Black brothers, Okay, black people. Want me to or Stokely Carmichael once said. The first need of a free people is to define their own terms, not free. If you letting white folks to find your terms and tell you who should leave and how to lead my job business, President Clinton Please lead from you. Marc, give the 42nd president of the United States Bill Clinton, the biggest Hee haw! Hee ha Hee, you stupid mother! Are you dumb? All right, half of the eighties people, man. Unmitigated gold, who the unmedicated pale faced ghostly gall to tell the judge stoked. We call Michael for the way he chose to do things when this country has been violent to black people since day. One. Why do you get the number? We can book. Come on, man. I shall love me and thank you for that donkey today. You know, it's crazy. I had a dream last night about Bill Clinton and Joe Biden. We were like in a church, which you know, it was more like a kingdom Hall did not grow up in the Kingdom hall. My mom was Jehovah Witness I grow, but it felt like to Kingdom Hall. And Bill I was sitting next to President Clinton. You said something to Joe Biden about me says something smart. So I leaned over and said that we'll f you to President Clinton. Joe looked at me created President Clinton where you kind of deserved, eh, Joe? It was weird. It was I had that dream last night. All right. You dreaming about to a white man? I don't like I don't like I see it. I see the mood that you're in this morning. I see that mood that you're in, right? Well again. Thank you for that doctor today. Yes, indeed. All right. When we come back, we've got the positive. No end more. So don't move. It's the breakfast.

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"president clinton" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Show dot com well first on the impartiality is your view thank Chuck Schumer's impartial do you think of Warner's impartial now Bernie Sanders impartial so let's quit the charade this is a political exercise a political exercise all I'm asking of Schumer is that we treat trump the same way we treated we had a procedure that was approved one hundred to nothing Schirmer voted for it to go through the opening arguments to have a written question period and then based upon that deciding what witnesses to call we have a ruled out witnesses we said let's handle this case just like we did with president Clinton fair is fair welcome back we paid here with you of course to follow me on Twitter before during and after the show at Lou page show an email Lou at Lupe dot com that is Mitch McConnell they're really just tell it like it is like I said I don't don't trust a hundred percent but now I have that sound bite just sums it all up Chuck Schumer's painted himself in this been painted into a corner by Nancy Pelosi Adam Schiff bike they give him this do you know mud pie in a talent to serve it up to the public as if it's chocolate pudding and tell them to enjoy and he's like I'm supposed to sell this thing but they're doubling down they are doubling down that's like they are so the Democrats are so out of touch that they think this strategy to claim before the trial begins that they're worried that they're not going to get a fair trial after the shenanigans that they just pulled is funny forget the calls on a Democrat from Maryland Chris van Hollen is one angry guys guys always angry ever see this guy during these the committee hearings he's like the angry is guy in Washington DC and and that's saying a lot you know but it wasn't to to van Hollen take his marching orders and leave that helpful Losi lead the troops right off of the electoral college Clifford put number three please Mister Max speaker plus is doing exactly the right thing she is focusing a spotlight on the need to have a fair trial in the United States Senate and it's especially necessary when you have Mitch McConnell center McConnell you quoted earlier saying publicly that he's not going to be an impartial juror even though that's what the tool require that he's gonna work in lock step with the president who is the defendant in this case and it is already is said no to Colleen fact witnesses that have direct knowledge of what's at stake in this a picture you're talking points is so boring and people who just constantly regurgitate talking points show a lack of intelligence and a lack of passion for finding out what really is going on have an opinion of your own come on hi my name is Chris van Hollen I'm a role by odds I am a lemming of Nancy Pelosi and I see the democratic strategist I see them on the fox news channel as well as a joke with that that now they're called Mitch McConnell is all of a sudden the bad guy has about we say we'll give them the same the same way away that Adam Schiff tree the Republicans in the secret testimony will do that that will do that for Democrats house at Chris van Hollen time please unbelievable may be may be Nancy plus you'll give you back your set after the holidays if you know what I mean let's get back to the phones eight three three four five six thirteen hundreds go Jerry in Milwaukee Hey Jerry welcome to the show I think every senator should evaluate the evidence as impartial they can be of course the cone with biases and nobody is going to be perfect where you can have all the contributors saying they will be completely partial not impartial at all it will do value eight evidence I mean the problem that the violation all right let me ask you this angry Jerry Jerry I remember you from the six to nine show at night you're very angry and I like that about you that I get under your skin I was just telling the boys I don't know who you hate more mere Donald Trump so I'm in good company but let me ask you this what do you think about Nancy Pelosi another saying they've been trying to impeach Donald Trump now for two and a half years what do what do you think of that this day you think that's that's a fair statement well let's see then try and keep you don't complete your because you made that state earlier that she she made I'm now know Jerry she said they've been trying to impeach him for two years everybody that even if you got a permit pretend like the Russia hoax didn't happen now come on that made up dossier to pretend that that didn't happen you think that was fair you know why Donald Trump is huge because he doesn't teach people actually to the Trojans stored a foreign leader using US taxpayer dollars okay all right you're angry Jerry angry Jerry angry Jerry I love this guy Jerry give me the evidence because I know the Democrats lied about what was in the phone call and then the brilliance of pelo sees politics was not down might drop moment when trump released a transcript why did they have to lie about what was in the conversation if it was so bloody they said he mentioned the bidens eight times they said he mentioned the amount of money but when the transcript came out none of that was there why did they have to lie I I I didn't see large hospital president shaking down for leader and what's holding US stop taxpayer dollars okay Jerry I'm gonna ask you one more time where in that conversation where in that conversation did you see numbers and taxpayer dollars and aid mentioned it wasn't even mentioned all that stuff in the background is not just that it's the stuff in the back out what is going no no no jury could a court of law you can't say to a jury listen in the background you know what was in the back you know what I like Jerry I like when when the former president Barack Obama not in the background had four billion dollars in cash on skids on a plane where was that going you're okay with that right actually there was a radiant money that was she no no no no the Iranian money was the one hundred fifty billion that was on frozen this was cash green bags Benjamin's make an extra already Jerry Jerry merry Christmas to you and your family your week today usually have a better argument than that come on next time try harder also going to keep you after class rob a new upstate New York road where are you in upstate New York your whole day how are you today I'm okay where are you in upstate archery Hudson Valley all beautiful beautiful up there now I I could solve all sort of problem here well I wish I could solve a two term limits don't know about saying the whole to what the Senate space just alone single Perrin is I think the Democrats are right we should do the way they want to do what I would do exactly how they get it the house to the letter we'll do everything the way that they did it in the house how can I help you with that yeah but do you what would what do you think they would do I mean you think so what they called da John Bolton Mick Mulvaney and and the rest what do they think they're going to get out of this I think it was Ken Starr on the mother ship on the fox news channel said you know watch out for what you wish for I'm paraphrasing him but watch out what you wish for because witnesses that you think are going to say one thing how many times can say another thing I mean it applies to both sides but does the Democrats watch what you wish for if you're gonna be calling these guys I think you misunderstood I meant I meant to allow the Democrats learn but I think we I think we're all their lover give us a call back from upstate New York at the you have one of those Westchester county bad cell there is a notorious up there let's go to my I'm from the Bronx originally so let's go Julio in my hometown of the Bronx well you know you're from the Bronx I'm from the Bronx Alexander because your court does not from the Bronx we call it the boogie down Bronx down grabbing her that's it's only love was a down brown that's for the eighty as well from bordering about where abouts hundred hundred hundred fifty four street Sharon Avenue not too far from Yankee Stadium I know exactly where you are cheesy here in a tough neighborhood over there actually I'm I'm in my head right now because I'm a drive a mole within my car listening to watch say rich channel which is fox we appreciate you know where I'm from you know I'm from last lap on the lump less stop on a number six train Pelham bay park hello I'm very yes yes great well that's really great to know that you are in the process so you know exactly what we're going through people from the Bronx in a sense I just wanna say foresaw that I used to be a Democrat when I graduated high school I I became a boulder and always will be Democrat because I was pretty put it that way I wasn't sure what was really going on on the doll I'm fifty years old and I understand perfectly what's going on in this world first of all I just want to say that I don't want our Republican friends to go to easy on the Democrats because they made all life hell don't forget the mall over court I want them I want them to rip the proverbial throw it out and throw it on the floor and squash it with their boots and show the American people that this is that these are the vocal cords of been lying to you for all these years exactly exactly and I was one of those holes and I'm having a lot of fights with my family it is only a let me ask you this what okay your Democrat just because of your surroundings is that what you were saying yet ACS our okay now now I know your look I worked late I work for a let's just say another place in New York City many many moons ago when I had the New York press plates site to take I used to go down the proctor expressway from Westchester county and and make my way into Manhattan a lot of times when there was traffic I would jump off take off this cut to the Sheraton expressway and make my way around that way and a lot of people a lot of people don't know that the ins and outs and on how to how to get around so I've I've been in your neighborhood many many many times actually I dated some girl down there too but they were they were too tough for me you know want to date a girl could be job fully you know what I mean hi yeah this is a Democrat what made you decide what made you change what made me change our main but like I just said I'm getting older a nice seat in reality was going on in our neighborhood I mean when you say that they're going to help the like the Democrats for example they're going to help you gonna help they'll help is all be **** he does not make life better knows all be at the Republicans really want to help with Donald Trump really want to help.

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"president clinton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on KCRW

"Obstruction no no the line that was repeated again and again during the rush investigation okay so that has been the repeated mantra but a lot has happened I mean there have been these text messages that have been made public now there's been testimony from the building where the president's top diplomat and Ukraine today up here on Capitol Hill in which he lays president trump did make military aid to Ukraine contingent on Ukraine investigating trump's political opponents so how has the White House adapted its message in light of all that largely the White House hasn't changed its message though there was that one disastrous press briefing guys last week were acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney completely undermines the White House message on quid pro quo I have news for everybody get over it there's going to be political influence in foreign policy mmamania ended up having to walk that back completely and since then the White House and their allies have fully retreated back to the old refrains of perfect phone call and no quid pro quo and they are much more focused on process right I mean Republicans have been arguing that the Democrats have been doing this all behind closed doors nothing's been in public view yes that is the new argument that Democrats are holding these closed door depositions leaking out only information that would hurt president trump nothing that would help him trying to bring down his poll numbers and president trump has complains that Republicans simply aren't doing enough to defend him Republicans have to get tougher and fight we have some other great fighters but they have to get tougher play because the Democrats are trying to hurt the Republican Party for the election but meanwhile one of trump's allies Lindsey Graham from South Carolina says the White House needs to get more serious about these impeachment inquiry proceedings I think they're working on getting a messaging team together you know I was involved impeachment of president Clinton I know this sounds weird but Clinton well look what he did what he did is he had a war room he had people that were focused on fighting the impeachment of the president Clinton could focus on being president and that's what Lindsey Graham argues president trump needs to do but here's the thing.

"president clinton" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Lindsey Graham is holding a press conference he's tearing it up going through what is letters been about every American should be disturbed by what is taking place in the house of representatives regarding the attempt to impeach president trump one of the cornerstones of American jurisprudence is due process the right to confront your accuser call witnesses on your behalf challenge the accusations against you none of this is occurring in the house he noted that during the impeachment inquiry of Clinton with the Democrats with the minorities in the house of representatives the minority have the ability to subpoena witnesses subpoena documents on president Clinton's by half and then president Clinton's lawyers were also able to participate in examining witnesses subpoena any putting out subpoenas for documents introducing objecting to evidence and otherwise defending them president Clinton against accusations made against him the house also refuses to open up a formal inquiry of impeachment because they know to do so would empower the Republican minority to attack the heart of these accusations that's exactly what's going on and they concluded it is imperative the president be able to confront his accuser by the way you know I can't bring the accuser in because the chairman running this circus the Carolee corrupt sheriff although it after he'd be exposed as having inappropriate contact the lying about it anyway and have a basic understanding of the accusations against them that would form a basis for impeachment now they don't fix this he's also right it should be dismissed out right because the same Corey is illegitimate and unconstitutional we'll continue.

"president clinton" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"In nineteen ninety two that president Clinton was comfortable with a certain level of violence because it allowed the promotion of the Democrat talking points at issue we're seeing much the same thing play out here now here's that that that they demand the trunk be president of all the people what struck doing he's going to date he's in Dayton he's going to el Paso what are they saying stay away we don't want you your not welcome your Dodge cars your their reason even though the data shooters right out of that Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren campaign handbook so we are again in the midst of a purely one hundred percent Democrat media complex political operation that is disguised as sincere compassionate concern for minorities yeah people of color and and the country at large now last night on a shawl on the fox news channel Chatsworth Osborne junior my pet name for Tucker Carlson said he didn't believe this white supremacist uprising but a hoax there are the whites a reason I've never met one I don't know I said this yesterday folks I don't know anybody I have the white supremacist that are out there are such a friend that they have to exist on the deep dark portals of the World Wide Web that nobody could find if they wanted to they are not large number they are not predominant they're not defining white supremacists are so few that do you know when he anyway Tucker says this and see I'm at a loss CNN of the drive by media lost they can't believe it Tucker Carlson would engage in such a bold faced lie now what did this whole notion of white supremacy and all the Democrats are doing as I pointed out yesterday in an hour long monologue is because they are bankrupt they don't have anything on which to run and seek the presidency they have no issues they've got the president is taking away their entire agenda they believe the Obama when he told everybody that the economy is best days are behind that there's a new normal now that the Democrats in the perfect party to manage the decline manufacturing jobs not coming back you know the drill in less than three years trump has blown all that smithereens they've got nothing to talk all they can do is what walking Castro's doing trying to harass and intimidate trump donors and San Antonio with a full page ad identifying who they are and where they work Joaquin Castro is clearly in citing intimidation against trump voters all the while denying it but that's exactly what's happening racism stopped having the impact that it used to have because everybody was a racist and they called everybody a racist every minute of every day and by the way as you have enough time it just it just told everybody out so now white supremacy has replaced racism as the vital charge an allegation the left throws out at Republicans and trump supporters and conservative white supremacy and they now live it as though it's as normal a part of the American landscape as mountains and ocean and yet nobody can find one it talk all this stuff up to whites are these are in a white supremacy is behind these mass shootings most liberal leftist and most mass shooters are not even one anyway I got to take a break my friends were just as always about this time getting warmed up I also have I've been collecting sound bites and I haven't used for the entire busy broadcast week that are unrelated to any of this and I told cooking given to me again to like I'm gonna I'm gonna do everything I can to get them in today some of them are really funny many of them are about me I and another is show the folly of the stupidity of the left sold lots to do today don't go anywhere we'll.

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"president clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"President Clinton surging Gulf coast residents to be very careful as bury continues dropping rain across the region in the early morning to you Mr trump said a big risk of major flooding in large parts of Louisiana and all across the Gulf coast please be careful good news the warnings not expected to get more than about four inches of rain from the store the trump administration's nationwide crackdown on illegal immigrants is beginning today targeting people in cities across the country acting immigration services director Ken Cuccinelli says it's not really a big story it shows how far we've fallen that it's even news that I use is doing its job this is their job every day he was a guest on ABC TV's this week program administration officials have said that the court may have actual talking about two thousand people with spinal deportation orders living in major cities including Chicago LA New York and Miami elsewhere the trump administration continues its bid the US Pentagon money to build the wall the trump administration wants the highest court in the land to intervene and allow it to use Pentagon funds for border wall construction the administration filed a request Friday asking the Supreme Court to lift the freeze that was up held by a divided three judge panel of the ninth US circuit court of appeals in San Francisco last week at stake are three point six billion dollars for military construction funds and two point five billion dollars mark for defense department counter drug activities the administration wants to use the money for Wall construction in Arizona California and New Mexico Mike Crossey a Washington protesters demanding the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive of a probe into alleged police violence have filled the streets of the northern town today having to an outpouring of grievances against the Chinese.

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"president clinton" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on WJR 760

"Trump would have bow fifty-six percent chance of winning reelection next year. But one thing that's been interesting about him the morning formed. Engage someone is politically, the more likely they are to vote for him. So among likely voters, President Trump has a sixty nine percent chance of winning re election next year, which is above average. So here's the interesting thing to tantalize, and it also shows you where the opportunity is for Democrats, not that I should really give a strategy idea here. But if you take a look at the president's performance being best among likely voters. He is performing even higher at this point in his presidency with them. Then presidents Clinton and Obama in, as we know they won rather handily now since his weak point is a non likely voter the best candidate to the extent that they can exact a different outcome member. This always be mostly about Donald Trump, the best opportunity, they have is someone who can convert a non likely voter into likely butter in the irony is that is probably not Joe Biden. In fact, you could make a case that almost anybody has a better chance on the left of recruiting more voters in to the party then then all Joe. So even though he'd been pulling theoretically the best against Donald Trump, there's a solid case, that suggests that Joe Biden would be the easiest candidate for Donald Trump to beat, which is probably why you have seen the sharp knives. Come out, not just from the other candidates, debating, but also from the news media as well. I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one. Wanting an accident. You're gonna find it along. I ninety four westbound at Libranoy avenue that left lane is blocked and actually the shoulder is blocked as well. You've got police on the scene, and also cherry hill road between Inkster and John Daly street. That is completely shut down because of a police investigation. You do have Avondale street and also Wilson Dr as possible alternate get around that mess..

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"president clinton" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

12:55 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"History of CIA paramilitary armies operators and assassins, so you mentioned Billy wall is kind of a legendary figure who ran the CIs paramilitary operations for some time. And I was told that, that the plan to kill bin Laden when he was in Sudan, involved killing him, and then tossing buddy over the wall of the Iranian embassy. Is that what? Well, that's right. And okay. So to clarify Billy wall didn't run the organization he was. What's called a singleton that's a single man operator who's out there. His cover was that he was an old man on a jogging fitness craze. He would run around Sudan, run around Khartoum dressed, like like with a headband jogging shorts bin Laden's dogs would come after him. And he I took pictures of bin Laden identifying him. This is in the early nineties before bin Laden was a real threat. And as I tell in the book, there are two versions of the story. Billy wa told me, he want his suggestion was let's kill bin Laden throw his body over the Iranian embassy to kind of create this false flag and then even suggested throwing some grenades flash. Khanates. To draw attention to get everyone to run to the embassy to take photographs. So that press would be called and there would be attention drawn to it. And the, the killing would be blamed on the Iranians now, Waugh's, boss. A guy named cofer black in interviews with me for the book denied that story said because wall said, the, the, the, the, the request went all the way to President Clinton, and it came back saying, please don't ever, ask me anything like this again. Cofer black said he never sent the order the request to President Clinton. He never would so readers, get to decide who's version of events they think is more credible. They're so whatever happened to the injunction under president flawed against executive assassination. What a great point you've bought brought up, and I clarified that in the book, you know, whenever anyone gets assassinated these days by, you know, let's say a drone strike journalists often repeat this phrase, according to e o one two three three three assassination is prohibited ES downs for executive order. Well, that's not exactly true. Because as congress warned in the church committee hearings that you're referring to in nineteen seventy five an EEO an executive order is only can be overwritten by another president's executive order, which has happened consistently throughout history. And so congress has never passed a law against. Assassination, and it is believed by scholars who I interviewed that this is for a very specific reason so that the idea of let's call it preemptive neutralization can continue in the shadows in secret. Well what you brought up the drones. I mean that has become the instrument of choice hasn't not. Absolutely. And, you know, here's another real chicken and egg scenario. I mean, Obama President Obama got rid of the enhanced interrogation program or the torture program as it's also called, but he accelerated drone strikes. So he in essence had more people targeted killed through targeting, or assassinated than any president before him setting a precedent, sort of kicking the door open wide for this. Those drone strikes are part of what is called the sea is air branch, the ground. Operators like Billy wall and other teams. I write about in surprise kill vanish. They're part of what is called. The CIA's ground branch. There's also a maritime branch, which is a jealously guarded secret that covers operations infiltration and exfiltration through the through the water, so. But is this a parallel Pentagon drying up relation to toe to what's the difference between the what are the protocols over strictures on the program? Vis-a-vis the Pentagon's drawn program. So the CIA can operate anywhere in the world at the behest of the president, the Pentagon operates under title ten and that is rules of engagement, so for they, they cannot operate, they cannot kill someone in sovereign nation that we are not at war. So, for example, the bin Laden when bin Laden was killed. Yes. Credit goes to the seals. Okay. But that was not a seal team operation. That was a CIO peration those operators, while they were sealed trained, they were essentially made CIA operators for the night, which is why you saw Leon Panetta director of the CIA at the time in that famous photograph beside bin Laden, so mcraven was was was. Basically dragooned into the for twenty four hours. Yes. Absolutely. And so, that'll because Pakistan is sovereign nation. You can't just go kill someone inside someone else's country. But the CIA Ken because of its title fifty authority. Well, the because we're talking about to say at a point where what kind of counting on the CIA to make a stand against our own president. Who's given the attorney general caught blush to rummage through the most secret files, I have in order to cherry pick information to help Trump's case that he's trying to build to investigate the investigators who investigate at him in the Muller report. So I know not what your book deals with. Well it it does. In theory, let's say because I think what I try to present. I always try to write books that are not Polemis. I don't I don't want to have an opinion per se. I try to say you're the facts, you guys decide and what I did find all of this is that with the exception of President Clinton, every president, whether they're Republican or democrat has had this program has used this capacity, this paramilitary capacity often because what they are trying to do readers. Get to. Side for better for worse to prevent war to prevent open war. That's why they call the CIA paramilitary wing Tertia op DO third option. So the president, we all know has diplomacy is always the first option wars, the second option, and when diplomacy fails in wars, and unwise idea, the president calls upon the CIA so to your question about this political, what's happening between the Justice department and the CIA and the president, I saw in my review of history in my review of documents, supporting this, in my interviews with firsthand operators, a neutrality about all of this, that, what the operators were doing was at the president's behest. So it is at very interesting at this point in time to ask oneself is the CIA following the president's behest or are they following their mandate at the CIA, and I think time will reveal more well. I've always thought it was a real paradox that mostly on the lift is being this idea that the CIA is the root of all evil and behind all the terrible things that have happened in the world and more often than maybe these, these arguments are correct with blowback, etc. But the point is that even Jack Kennedy after the bay of pace who said I'm going to smash the one thousand pieces ended up using using it with a vengeance against it trying to assassinate Fidel Castro, and there's a museum and have with all of the tools that were given to this guy Kabila, who turned out to be what they call a dangle who was recruited by Desmond FitzGerald who was station chief in Paris. And that is, you know, an example of all why is it in history that we don't? Blame the presence, because you know, as you made it clear, the is become the favourite toy. Jimmy Carter was another one. He got elected during the, the church committee thing as, as a way to sort of rain in the in, you know, he used them, obviously to affect me. Suck, you know, attract the Russians into Soviets into Afghanistan. So can you address that specific not in your book, but something that I've always found a little paradox echo will that it actually is in the book? And it's a wonderful point you brought up because, you know, the president uses the CIA to his advantage and knows that it's actions will remain hidden in less. There is a gross failure, and that's what happened to Kennedy in one of the things that I was really surprised to learn in researching this book in the archives, and that JFK's library looking at his archives was that he was, so he million by what happened at the bay of pigs in his first one hundred days of his presidency that he actually up ended this order, which we see the blowback to today. Okay. So what Kennedy did he was? So furious with the CIA he reversed the authorities. He gave the Pentagon. On the defense department that title fiftieth authority and there began the covert missions in Vietnam, so that he had the Pentagon acting like a paramilitary capacity. He had the Pentagon doing what the CIA normally does and the Pentagon with all its money and power was suddenly able to take these operations to a factor that the CIA had never ever been able to, to do with small footprint and it really conflagration the situation in Vietnam. And arguably, I think if you read surprise kill vanish, you have trouble seeing anything other than my God, Kennedy, lit a fire in Vietnam out of his own Fuhr that the CIA had embarrassed him will. But you could go back to his predecessor. David Eisenhower, Eisenhower had a very successful visit with coup chef here in Los Angeles. He came to they wanted. To go to Disneyland, but they didn't let anybody got to meet Shelley McLean. On the set of a movie at FOX and all that had a great time. They really bonded and Khrushchev goes back to the to the savvy union and bills, a golf course down in Georgia on the Black Sea food for is. And how and they're getting ready for a summit to literally and the cold wall. And what happens on May Day which is the holy day in the Soviet Union. See, I spy plane, the U2. plane with Francis. Gary Pallister in the cockpit shot down the CIA ashore is in how that the pilot is dead. So they put out the cover story that it was a weather plane that went astray, and of course, Kristof didn't know what to do, because he wanted the summit to go ahead. But he was getting put pressure from his military and his military industrial complex. And it's one of the great tragedies of history that the, you know, the call woke, it could possibly ended back in nineteen sixty but was in, in effect, prolonged, and ramped up because of again president or see I getting out ahead of a president and he was is and how really every time he had to sign off on those YouTube floods he always had deep trepidation. You know I love that story because it reminds us that what's happening today. You can, you know there's an analogy and all that, how presidents are constantly in this position of having to try and please their foreign adversaries. And at the same time, follow the suggestions of the CIA and the Pentagon. Well, any, I'm very grateful for you today. Thank you for having me. We're gonna take a brief station break back, discussing how Nevada just became the fifteenth state to adopt the national popular vote Bill, which works around the electoral college, by having states grant. 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"president clinton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But here's what gets interesting is their best friends, and eventually, they moved on into other pastors one wound up her husband became president of the United States of America, and the other off went off and had a political career thanks to President Clinton who kind of put her and other positions in life, political life. But eventually he, he was. He made her United States attorney for the district of Arizona appointed by President Bill Clinton. And that's how Janet Napolitano got into politics eventually she became governor of Arizona. So that was the setup Hillary Clinton, of course eventually left the White House with her husband, and then decided become state Senator for four New York building up street, cred and political capital, so she could eventually run for president. Of course that was her I on the prize. So here's the setup right? So now we're getting about. Two thousand and two or three what have you. Two thousand five or six and now we're getting the, the two thousand eight election is starting up and all the sudden this person Barack Obama comes from nowhere and foes, off Hillary's plan and Janet has a big part to play in this all find out what the part was ever looking for L say if I can find that at Nita hill, Hillary Clinton Janet Napolitano picture, man, that will tell you every day base. What do you shop for that you could otherwise by at Amazon pretty much everything? Right. Amazon has competitive pricing.

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"president clinton" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"I will use the word lobby L use award educate. The good elected representatives of the United States people. Really work. That, of course, Lyndon Johnson had a lot of horse bar. He came in. Mondale standard chance but him and a small group of senators tried to kill Apollo. They were swept aside, but that was the first and then. President Nixon started dismay shuttle, and the Skylab come in between the follow on there and the President Reagan started to space station under his. But then President George W h Bush said on the twentieth anniversary of the first lunar landing there, we had a big event at the air Space Museum, a barbecue at the White House, south walk. But after the we'll complete dismay space station has to be redesigned. But after the turn of the century returned to the moon, he said this time, and then the second decade perhaps, an expedition or two tomorrow. Well that was great except two houses for the opposite party. And then when President Clinton it, he ran away. He said that was Bush's program. It's not my program. Bush is dead. So we had to space exploration. They that's really got wall, a lot of holiday or work. I was asked by President Bush by president Quayle to head. The study called America to throw show had. Eleven months, I had two floors of people over crystal city. George abbey was my deputy who is a great center director, here, Georgia somewhere here. Thank you, George and. Give joy. Use like design the compost show, the cider upgraded engines, but world Saturn five for three hundred thousand pounds. So lowers orbit one hundred thousand.

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"president clinton" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on AP News

"Radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump says the investigation launched by the House Judiciary committee is a disgrace to the country. Also says it's not a surprise. No administration has done in his first two years. What the Trump administration has done? So what the Democrats want to do? They cannot stand the loss. They could not stand losing in two thousand sixteen. The Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the several investigations at Trump in the house could backfire on the Democrats. The politics of presidential harassment hasn't worked out too. Well, I remember when we decided it was a good idea to impeach President Clinton and his approval rating often ours went down. Meanwhile, the the house also refused to turn over the White House has refused to turn over to the house oversight reform committee documents related to security clearances. They request comes amid questions about how Trump advisor. Son-in-law Jared Kushner got his high level clearances president heads Dalla. Bama Friday for firsthand look at the damage caused by a tornado that killed at least twenty three people in Lee county Sunday afternoon. National weather service meteorologist Holly Allen says a tornado was an e four which roared along the ground for seventy miles from eastern Alabama into Georgia is the first one of those in Alabama in eight years ES four it's going to destroy manufactured homes. It's going to call significant damages not destroy single homes that are built on a foundation. It's going to rip trees apart going to pick up vehicles and lost him in the air. And probably toss them some distance..

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"president clinton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:06 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With President Clinton was probably the most instructive one for the Trump administration here because in that case the North Koreans agreed to stop producing nuclear material. And then secretly went off on other pathway to go do it and got off doing it. And I think that President Trump recognize that he didn't want to be the president who got a second time with that. With a. So I think he's given the benefit of the doubt. We'll see what happens next think when you walk away shows some strength because you didn't apply amenable way. Hey, listen to work now to go. Yeah. I guess. I gave you the courtesy and the respect, and I gave you the world stage. But what Kim Jong UN wants is money. Needs money. He needs money to curry political favor to make sure that he solidifies his position as leader of the country because if he gives up his nukes, and he has no money he has nothing out. But now if he if he has no money he's really pinched and squeezed, and you know, it's it's it's a very interesting situation. It's not the worst case scenario, but it's far from the best case scenario. I don't like to judge people. But I will I am hoping that he somehow get some type of fitness routine. He can barely walk. He's thirty five years old. Yeah. That's smokes. Like, chimney and eats Swiss cheese. He he developed a taste for Swiss cheese while he was at Switzerland, Switzerland. Yeah. You might as well. That's fine. We have you ever had it Switzerland make with wine, and then you drink the same wine at dinner, which helps you break down the cheese. And let me see do you eat it with this? Absolutely. That's spread the the butter on that on the bread that you dip into this wish cheese. And then you drink the wine, and you're so drunk, you cut your own tongue. That's why I always stick to the spoon. Why is it that Bocquet Margaret? So a couple of things the Michael Cohen thing is going on at the same time. We got things we could dive into that. But I want to get your take on this congresswoman to leave decides. Okay. By the way, can I just say something really quick before we switch to I hope for going just very quickly Democrats thought that they were really screwing the president by holding. The Michael Cohen hearings that the open testimony the day of the North Korea summit. But the fact that Michael Cohen stuff went on and North Korea kind of fizzled the film, it would've been a much bigger without coincides. Kind of a favorites the president, right? It's the good news. Is we focus on the president's financing fantastic. Here's a repeated to Leib somewhat controversial on the house oversight committee her question to Mark meadows. I should tell you that Mark meadows wanted to push back on the claim that the president's racist. Because Michael Cohen says he's heard him say racial things. So they brought out. Lynn, Pat, new I actually know an interview today and she's been working for the Trump family for a couple of decades. And now is the second highest position in in HUD, cut thirty six. I think many of us learned that the criminal conduct and activity that we all know of President Trump's. Thirty four Eric and just blame that on Kennedy. If you can always pushing buttons in my bad, how dare I read face. Thanks Kennedy could cover someone has a person of color, a black person working for them does not mean, they aren't racist. The fact that someone would actually use a prop a black woman in this chamber in this committee is alone. Racists in itself. Really? We'll Mark meadows is the one that has been called a racist. Any fired back five I asked someone who is a personal friend of the the Trump family who is worked for him. Who knows this particular individual, the she's coming in to be a prop? It's racist to suggest that I asked her to come in here for that reason. No, MR chairman, I do not call Mr. medals racist. I am trying. Donald a person of color, Mr Chairman, just to express myself and how I felt at that moment. So it went back within comings and finally refereed and just listen, Mark as one of my favorite guys here. I'm best friends with them. Casiano Elijah Cummings is actually black and Mark meadows says as actually white collar. So I know so you're no help and this whole segment now. Right. So in the end, I'm astounded, by the way, we throw the word racist or and everybody's racist. Right. Bernie Sanders the president racist. There's no pullback we have Akeem Jeffrey safety presents a race. Everybody knows racist. They call them head of the the grand wizard. Have the KKK was this guy goes, oh, you're the president's a racist Ellen patent says he doesn't see call. He said that this morning. So Mark meadows says I've people in my family or people of color. I take personal offense set. I'm amazed L everything comes down to race these days. Yeah. It's it's really cheap. And and it's very dangerous to cheapen something that is that critical and Elijah Cummings understands that and Elijah Cummings lived through the civil rights era, and he saw violence and death and assassination and the brutality. The physics. Brutality of racism as the country comes apart at the seams. And that's not the same thing as Rashida to leave throwing words around to hurt people because every time you do that you cheapen it and you diminish its meaning. And that to me is unacceptable, especially for for someone who holds office. We're going to take a timeout and come back, and I want to get in trouble again. You're right. I shouldn't have used that term. And that was could be misconstrued. So I apologize. I won't use that again, we're going to step aside, and there'll be no timeouts, she's not need a time out. And we'll come back more of Kennedy. We're gonna find out what's on her show tonight on the FOX business network. And then we're going to talk about other stuff that interests us only. Great. Brian kilmeade. February.

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"president clinton" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"But our long term growth of a nation is let's let's force China to play by the rules play fair a level playing field stop cheating. Stop lying. Stop stop stealing. And if I could ask us more personal question where would you like to spend your time over the next two years in the Oval Office? That scares. I love what I do. I love what I do if Donald Trump called and asked me to go work for him. I certainly would do that. My you know, how great is it that Larry cudlow is the most important economists in the in the country. I mean, I love Larry. And so I may go over to the White House. But I love what I'm doing. And that's a nice thing to be able to do what you love Brad. Larry's no, happier with Navarro light. Larry's no, happier. Happy at Berkeley or work for president Elizabeth Warren. That's what he likes. No, no, no back in two thousand the two thousands. I actually staked out a marker saying that I thought that Hillary Clinton had proved herself to be a lousy manager of the healthcare reform effort in one thousand nine hundred ninety three and ninety four and that she had no business running for president which made me very uncomfortable company number circles. And what do you what do you want to be doing in the next two years? I think I'm doing what I do best. I think that sitting in Berkeley and trying to educate the people and also have a good time with my students is where I'm best placed in the world. But I you and I only hope that policy in Washington becomes more rational. I in my spare time, I create companies that are economically profitable and create benefits for people and planet. So I need both. So there's a beverage called rebel. I've got a technology company called religiosity all those companies are very successful financially. But they're creating a better. Climate and a better world. So that's what I want to be doing. We are now done because Brad delong professor of economics at the university of California at Berkeley, former US assistant secretary of the treasury for economic policy under President Clinton. Thank you. Then you're very welcome. Wonderful. And save him more chief economist at the Heritage Foundation. Former economic adviser to Donald Trump author of the book Trump anonymous, we want to thank our audience here. Can I want to thank everyone for? I know you don't always agree with me. The kind and polite response. So there's a lot of fun. We will write moderator. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. I'm David Batstone. And now this meeting the Commonwealth club of California the place where you are. Now in a known is adjourn..

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"president clinton" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:20 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on WGN Radio

"There ended midway at thirty four degrees. Thirty four at the lakefront thirty six this morning, and Gary I'm Steve Grzanich to the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN live from the off days skyline studio. This is the Steve Cochran show on seven twenty WGN K twelve more on entertainment returns tomorrow. We're gonna talk about some stuff. Oh who won? Added displaying just wanted to hawks take its course, I was talking about who did Minnie Minoso. Great Minnie Minoso in-studio mayor Rahm Emanuel. Nice to see you as always how you doing. I'm good out of you. You know, close we are. Didn't even feel like I had to bring you vegetables. It's like I can come to you. Wow. Oh. Yeah. That's cool. Are they gonna ask you about the state of the union? Do you really? I still have the taste of him. When you're in what you would expect your this morning. The Republicans I'll say it was gray. Generally speaking, the Democrats will say it suck generally speaking. This is a hallmark card made up holiday now because there's nothing that comes out of the state of the union. It isn't more than twenty four hours a headlines, whatever the president promises almost never gets done. So what is the point? No, no, it's important as why one the constitutional orders. I get that. Send a letter if we're still country laws, you gotta kind of. Yeah. You could. But Wilson president Wilson tanks that about a little over one hundred years ago. Everybody used to send it up by written form. But that's I think it's the right thing to do because I do think a president should set the course and explained to the country where we are where we think we should go. And I actually do think that's a responsible having worked on eight individual ones of them. I actually think two things one. This was not one speech was two speeches one calling for bipartisanship, and the other one calling rattling the base. So was actually a kind of a bifurcated speech. Okay. So I know you can't get inside whatever the Trump organization is. But when you put this together when you helped craft this for Clinton in for Obama. I think how much work goes into all the different. I'll tell you what if the anecdote President Clinton used a practice. I would say if I said twenty twenty it could be eighteen, but it was never less than ten times. Minimum. He would practice and keep rewriting it in the auditorium movie theater at the over in the east run it like it was real the first time we were doing this. The President Obama did a run through and said, okay, I'm ready has it. Oh, MAC three days before what do you mean? He I like it was trained with president just talked yesterday about some stuff. And it was just believable. I'm done. Now, here's what I actually think so one let's do a set. The only time you've had two presidents with his lowest job approval going into a divided government speech. One was Ronald Reagan dealing with the recession after eighty two. He was in the thirties recession the other time in. Would be oh seven right after six when we took back the house, George Bush because the Iraq war the truth is with this economy and everything Trump should be the fifties. That's where Clinton would be Obama be an President Bush forty three would be. And it tells you something and what I would have done this speech where I think he missed. It is one it's pretty clear he's close to getting an agreement on Afghanistan. I would have set that up because that is going to be a big deal ending the longest war in American history to I would have set up the China trade negotiations what it meant because if you get it and only he would know you would actually elevate the expectation of how significant because the economy is the biggest thing he has going into twenty blow the market up today. Spending. I do the timing. But let's just say twenty percent of your time on one topic immigration miss that in the next there's three things in the next. Let's call it six months. They could flip his presidency out of the doldrums. Pulling out of Afghanistan, which is not a popular war at this point. Getting an agreement on China that can set the economy and three and argument about why we will say democracy in this hemisphere and Venezuela, and those three things if he had actually spent any time on them, the speech would have actually pre prepared the grounds when those things do happen. At least you can look at it today to hundred three looked likely I would have been he would have actually taken himself out of thirty eight thirty nine percent job approval in a quote, unquote, good economy, an elevated himself to forty six percent. And I think that would have been an I just look at this. As a drive by missed opportunities, politically strategically planning in that White House. I'm inside of him. What you just said. Politically would put the pressure on Democrats, then to respond to the fact that he gave you an optimistic three point agenda. Now, what are you going to do to work with him? And he didn't do any of it. Then in the truth is he could have also put the congress, basically as just a bunch of babies arguing and fighting it constantly acting. And I think he. A planning really missed an opportunity and guaranteed. You got trade talks that have to happen. In with China and they're happening, and you're going to get an agreement because both the leaders need it because of both week leaving shutdown was in there, and they took it up. No. Because I basically he wants to put that as quickly as you can in the rear view mirror and drive seventy miles an hour from them. But you wouldn't go on and say I understand the struggles government workers went through. I think given. No, he's keeps doubling down on a losing hand. This is the guy at the poker table making up for the losses. Yes. And is doubling down trying to get out all the time with a bigger hand. And he keeps losing I would not have done what he did and immigration because the truth is you wanna flip it. And if you have what looks like an agreement with Taliban to end longest war in seven seventeen year war in American history. You would actually created a big win in Americans like one thing for the president to win. Yeah. There's nothing. Incredible waste of. Three wins. Definitely to coming. You don't think you don't think going on the wall? No, I act if if I thought that you would have had it already. But there's a pretty compelling argument nine. To set up maybe a national emergency. I mean, he seemed to be setting up the Republican members of the house and Senate are gonna walk from him on that he's between a rock and a hard place. Well, there is no emergency. It is just complete nonsense. If there was a national emergency the news that he likes to use. And then call fake news. We would see pictures constantly of people climbing the wall in invading and kidnapping and pillaging idiotic. If you want the barrier, would you say, look, this is part of a larger strategy. Here's what he should have been in a large the discussion of immigration what he did was trick it down to one thing. And again, he missed it. I just think and I'm sorry. This is the White House absence. Should the Democrats seize on the ad lib in the speech, he had one line in every said, I want the largest numbers ever legal immigration, which is different than what his administration has done. Yesterday sees on there and say, yeah. Well, then let's see it. No, no. But the problem is you don't have a White House. Look he had an agreement. On a budget. He watched FOX TV which he seems to do every day for like eight hours a day. And decided to walk away from the government. He created this problem McConnell's like, okay, and he spent countless hours trying to figure out I'm sorry. This is not this is not that problem. There's no you act like there's real thinking going on you have a bad case of the for real still. Okay. There's no thinking going, I never motive president who didn't like what Jim Madison. So he fires them. And now everybody's trying to cover up for the one of the worst rakija calls on Syria. And there's another another mistake on Iran and Iraq, give me a break you act like there's really something going on where they sit together in strategically plant. This is a person. Wakes up on what side of the bed. He gets out how he falls out of the chair when he's watching TV and there is a win right there for both sides because the win is weekend. We can work because the border is the problem. The border has been a problem for a generation fix it for real fixed immigration for real. President Clinton used to say we were a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants and anything you do has to respect both of those. Right. And that's where you're going to we've. But you know, the problem is and this is not Trump's Louise making a worse. There is. Big support in the middle. The sound is on the extremes. And leadership now is trying to find a we've a place that everybody can get enough to declare victory medals. Gotta make more noise. Well, here's the interesting part of the wanted chap is on the right on my book is don't ever confuse them politics sound with fury. And the truth is people on the extremes. Make a lot of style. There's not a lot of sound coming out of quote unquote, the middle, but don't ever confuse the loudness of the sound with the fury of where there's follow and forget about the middle. And you never get anything done ideological. But there there's a pla- people want to see progress course. And sometimes you do it four or five steps. Sometimes you do it a step at a time. But it's just there's no. There's no great great call out of the middle quote, unquote for let's do this. They wanna see it. But they don't advocate with the same energy that the extremes. Do we got good news and schools, I wanna get to. But first are you going to need help with cubs tickets? No. Notice something I noticed that you're quite upset with Mr. Ricketts. Let me I want to be clear because if my brothers do some that there wasn't Joe Ricketts comments do not belong in the city. And the one thing I know Tom Ricketts Lauren I'll say complimentary it's clear that their mother had more influence on their child rearing than Joe Ricketts. And what he said is that port to everything I believe in everything this city believes it's racist. And he and he owes everybody an apology, and he doesn't belong here. I actually I spent very little time in Nebraska, my guess, it doesn't really belong in Nebraska. Here's the deal. Don't bring any of that to this city. You want to say it in Omaha. Go ahead, but don't bring it here. And if you say, we'll probably gonna still scream at you because it doesn't belong anywhere in America. David anything from the Ricketts family in the past couple of well, Tom Brady issued a statement saying not Joe to distance himself. Joe Ricketts did. He did. Made a statement with an apology. He wants in this Email with his son said not Tom shares values never are true awards. I don't share those values, and guess what nor the city of Chicago share that values. Now, my mother ran congress on racial equality was helping organize. It did the integration of Chicago beaches and housing Chicago corporate was that core program Corp. I will just say this. I think she needs about I think Joe Ricketts needs about two hours. My mother good Jewish mother would set him, right? Which? Two and a half hours. But I think after what she's done with three boys sheets, you separate you separate Joe Ricketts from the rest of it from the from Tom, and Laura, and and the Chicago, I know you can never read a book by stuff, but I spent a lot of time the Tom Ricketts negotiating so he could invest in really feel and and be a good neighbor to Wrigley Ville, I spent some time with Laura in a partner. I will just say those I've never heard nor have I seen any intimation that those are their values. Joe Ricketts is not only job RIC. It's all I can indicate is that MRs Ricketts had a greater influence on their child really and their values than Joe Ricketts this guy assumes because he's rich. He has a character to speak on anything. We've seen. Wrap on President Obama and the birther which is when I took them up, and I'll and I'll just say this this stuff does not belong..

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"president clinton" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

13:00 min | 3 years ago

"president clinton" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And information overload hour, the laws one hundred percent on my side. So if we can't make a deal with congress that we should be able to make a deal with congress. If you look Democrats in congress, especially the new ones coming in and starting to say, wait a minute. We can't win this battle with Trump. Because of the fact that it's just common sense. How can we say that wall doesn't work they show on helicopters empty fields and people just running through and you put a while they can't run through the options declare a national emergency. The Pentagon also has the funds available, but they would be able to help support the building of the wall. We don't make a deal with congress, which we should be able to really just common sense and this compromise needed. And look they know that the Walsworth. All right. That was part of my interview with the president from Texas at the Rio Grande yesterday, mcallen, Texas was where the interview took place and the president's saying that if Nancy and Chuck if they refused to do their job and support the things that they themselves supported passionately in recent years, and they just want to stop the progress. How many more Americans have to die? How many more Americans are? We gonna see angel moms and dads. You're gonna meet some of them on on Hannity tonight at nine is this a manufactured crisis in their life or that ninety percent of heroin that comes into this country comes across our southern border actually found another statistic because we have been saying and and the department of homeland security and put out that three hundred Americans every week die because of a heroin overdose. According to the CDC dot gov about drug overdoses from nineteen ninety nine and two thousand seventeen seven hundred thousand people have died from drug overdoses, sixty eight percent or more of the seventy thousand two hundred drug overdose deaths in two thousand seventeen involved an opioid on average. They're claiming one hundred and thirty Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. Nine hundred plus a week more than three hundred anyway, joining us now, let's talk about the legality. If the president does decide to go this route and declared a national emergency or bring in the Pentagon or the army corps of engineers. Does he have the legal authority to do? So we'll be challenged. Jay seculow is with us chief counsel for the American Center for law and Justice also counsel to the president. How are you, sir? I'm doing great Joan. All right. So let's go with the president decides to go this route. I see every I don't see any legal obstacle. Even Democrats are acknowledging some of them, at least that the president has the authority to do this. If you want to go to the specific law that you know, we can go to we can mention a specific law in this particular case because he has a right to do it. So look the president has both statutorily has the right to do. And that is congress created the national emergencies act. So he has that, but he also has the authority under the constitution of the United States. As president. He has constitutional authority and statutory authority that is legislation that was passed authorizing actions in the event of a what is deemed by the president of a national emergency. Now, by the way, some people are trying to complete this with an act of war. It's not what it's about. It's not about an act of war. It's a national -mergency for instant President Clinton in nineteen ninety five issued a national emergency declaration because of drug cartels coming and dealing with the heroine epidemic, and he issued the Colombian drug cartels. He national directive on the national emergency declaration. So that he could take specific action. You mentioned the funding of this. And as you said, the, for instance, the army corps of engineers has a least at least five billion dollars in discretionary funds. All they actually they actually have approximately thirteen point nine billion available from congressionally approved monies. From February twenty eighteen in the supplemental spending. That's an addition to the five billion dollars. They have on the discretionary act for civil spending is so it's not as look this has never been about the money. What is this about that those that are opposing the president on this do not want the president to have a win. Look what he's offered he's offered to negotiate. They don't wanna negotiate. He has talked about comprehensive immigration reform. They don't want to talk about comprehensive immigration reform. He's talking about the thing with Jim Acosta yesterday had seen and he goes to the water. He says I'm at the border. I'm at the wall. There's a steel slotted fence here like the president wants nothing's happening common. Tranquil exactly precisely right because there's protection. So I think the look from a legal standpoint, it's very clear that the president has the authority. Now, you asked in the interview with the president the question about what will happen. So we'll be challenging the answer to that. Is of course, they'll challenge it. The next question is what happens ultimately. Well, let me slow you down here. They're going to challenge. And they'll follow the typical left-wing route which is to go judge shopping. And that means the lawsuit will likely happen in Oregon or California. Yes. So we'll go to the southern district of California. They'll go to Hawaii. They'll go to Oregon like you said, we'll go to the ninth circuit. So you lose at the district court. You lose at the quarterback appeals. And you win at the supreme court as we did with the case involving the travel restrictions that were imposed on the six targeted countries. It's a national emergency. Can there be an expedited process because how long is that gonna take what you just described? I think actually I mean, I know the my perspective on it is this. This is a question of law. Not a question of fact, so it should move very rapidly through. I think you could you could see this happening in months, and here's the real legal question. What people need to understand. What is the legal question here? The legal question is not whether whether the president deems are to be a national emergency. That's his decision as as president. So the legal question is can a judge. And this is what really what hap-. Can a judge say I don't think there's an emergency. I being the court. The judge must the president doesn't have the authority to act, and I think that's an overwhelming majority of the supreme court saying a judge cannot impose his authority over the president's especially as it relates to both constitutional and specific statutory construction where the statute says the president has the thirty a judge cannot say, well, my view is the president got that wrong. So. On that issue. So the president constitutionally and statutorily has the ability to do this, correct? And you're referring to the national emergencies active Seventy-six, right? Exactly, correct. I explained now constitutionally he's the commander in chief. Now, if if Americans are being killed in part because of vulnerability on our southern border, wouldn't he wouldn't that be part of his job as commander in chief to protect the southern border. And then also allow and free up the military not only provide funds, but also be down on the border and protecting the border. No. That's exactly correct. So if you look at the the overall authority of the president as commander-in-chief, it is very clear that it encompasses those kind of situations. So you that's why. So you both have a statutory, right? And a constitutional right now. The fact is that you may not even have to get to that. Because the statute so clear, but clearly the constitutional right? Is it is inherent in the presence authority as president of the United States. And the judge cannot impose his view of what the determination is over the president. Does the judge get to make the determination? What's national -mergency? Where does the president? And the the statute says the president the constitution says the president is not gonna start stop liberal activist judges what if it's a national emergency that the president declares. Why couldn't why wouldn't this go straight to the supreme court? Isn't there a pass that they could original jurisdiction? So there's there's not original jurisdiction in that situation. But Gino how many? Items of law give the president the authority in the time of a national emergency. Existing on the books over four hundred seventy provisions of federal law. So this is a well established. Right. That a president has. That's why I think it would move very quickly through the courts. So that would mean that there would be an obligation at the lower courts go into the ninth circuit going then to the supreme court because it is it's in this category of a national emergency. They have a duty and obligation where they can't sit on it for a year before they decide the case. I think that's exactly correct. And there's another issue here too. And that it's not just the issue of the judge imposing his view or her view of what the law, whether there's a national emergency or not. It's again, it's not a, you know, people are complaining this national emergency means it's like an act of war. That's not what it means. The national emergency is defined differently. And when President Clinton did it for drug cartels out of Columbia. What's the if it was good in one thousand nine hundred five it would be good now. I mean, no question that the president has there's precedent not only in the law, but in fact on this, and when I say impact what meaning is other presidents have exercised authority. In similar situations. So this is not. Newt Gingrich on earlier Newt's position is that the president's in a much better political position to keep the shutdown going and let it and I said to him. Well, if you watch every single other cable network except for Hannity on FOX what you're hearing is are the difficulties, and I'm sure it is difficult for some of these furloughed employees for them. They've got to pay their their rent. They gotta pay their mortgage. They got to pay for their cars all of that money will eventually make its way back into their Bank accounts. But it has inconvenience them and worried them at a pretty high level. And but he thinks it is a much better way to go then to Clare the national emergency. Well, here's the look that's a political question. I respect Newt Gingrich. Former speakers judgment on that. I think look the president has the authority to do this does that get the people back to work. That's all you know, by the way, if you declares a national emergency. Does it mean that the that you've reached this impasse now on the government's funded? It doesn't mean that. Now, the president. You can say we will now move forward on that. Because I've taken action since congress would not. But that would be a decision that the president would make and you know, the political consequences of this conversation pathetic for the people that are have been for load. I mean who wouldn't be. And I want them all to get look where it came from. That's a good point. But you know, in a situation where you've got a Democratic Party that that just by years ago was sounding just like Donald Trump, and that means Biden and Obama and Clinton and Schumer and all of them, and we play those tapes over and over again, and then to take this stand here and to be so insulting. When the president offers a meeting to solve the problem with the vice president, they send their aides or when Nancy Pelosi. Flippantly says I'll give you a dollar. There were not serious about ever Salvin the issue. Is it just that? They don't want Donald Trump to get the job done that they obviously couldn't get done. Yeah. No question about look. I mean, if you if you look at this, historically, and I have every time there's been a real discussion of immigration reform, Sean under a Republican, the Democrats have blocked it. Let's remember what George Bush tried to do. Right. What Ronald Reagan tried to do others. So here's what the the president puts out in the last few days, we could get comprehensive immigration reform. The last thing they want is comprehensive immigration reform done under the watch of Donald Trump. I mean, let's be realistic. Because let's talk about the money. We're we're we're dealing with here. Five billion dollars is less than one tenth of one percent of our budget less than one tenth of one percent of our budget twenty five billion dollars doesn't even reach. I think it's point four percent of a one percent point four one percent half a little more than half a percent of our budget. So this is not about the money. This just become an ideological battle between the left and the right between the Republicans, and the Democrats everyone to describe it over not the money, but philosophical issue if they don't want this president to have this win all that's sad. Because in the meantime, we'll you saw what has happened in just the last two weeks with officer saying who by the way, we'll be on Hannity tonight and Pierce Corcoran. His mom and dad will be on the program tonight. We're gonna meet other angel moms and dads, and they'll tell their story. And I bet they have some some strong words and thoughts about the whole concept, and the whole idea that this is a manufactured crisis because it's not, but I gotta take a break. We'll come back more with jase jaysekulow coming up on the other side of the break. I've been telling you my pillow by Mike Lindell's changed my life. I fall asleep faster. I stay asleep longer it works. But now, they really outdone themselves. They have now created the my pillow mattress topper. It's something you put it, right?.

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"president clinton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"After two thousand six President Clinton, Donald Trump has an adjusted behavior. But we also see that in the past hasn't it for who for Donald Trump. Yeah, he's put he's never faced a opposition that in charge of one branch of government. So and now that Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are in charge of the house. I we've also learned that Nancy Pelosi who is stepped up and his ready for primetime. She advocacy, sir speaker before but she's ready for this. She she runs the caucus. I think the way in which he is engaged I think has been very helpful to the caucus. And so I think that Donald Trump I think is an a totally different world now, and he has his work cut out four and James shitty. Have changed? Well, I think that you will he will. Say is that what he's been doing has been working? And I think the Democrats would be very careful. To be very careful taking two thousand eighteen success as an endorsement of two thousand sixteen policy. I think that what needs to happen is the American people are sick and tired of the partisanship in the bickering. The American people want to get real things done thing with this shutdown on the border wall. These are things that Democrats and Republicans have agreed on for decades. We're just haggling over price their eight hundred thousand people on furlough right now who aren't getting paid. And I believe that you have a congress that for years has failed in its duty to get comprehensive immigration reform, and has has failed to get a substantial substantial and consistent budget. You've served in that congress any danger Democrats are over play their hand here. Oh, there's any time. You got to two hundred people with different views. Yes. What I would do if I was speaker Pelosi is not allowed the negotiations to be the only arena within passing the Bill, and if a Schumer files fourteen putting forward you already lost three Republican Senator says, let's open up the business. I would make sure every day you're passing that same Bill just chisel away at the will of the Republicans. The second is I think there's a point of pressure that will happen and say workers walk off of the line once this becomes relevant to the American people. Just eight hundred thousand workers something that they rely on starts to break down. That's when the pressure point. It means everybody's gonna focus and say, okay, we got a hit this week. If they don't if they don't open this week, Meghan McCain, no paychecks general the people a lot of people don't realize just talking about Washington DC here. These are federal workers all across the country. Yeah. I mean, the the one thing that military and veterans are still currently being paid which is normally the hand that Democrats play. And obviously is something that has particularly close to home. But the problem with this right now is that any concession by Democrats is gonna look like caving from the progressive left. And so I don't see we were talking about in the greater mauvaise. I don't see how anyone meets in the middle because both sides are going to scream bloody murder, depending on what kind of compromise when you're talking about the lack of bipartisanship in Washington DC, I think this is ground zero of what we're talking about Nancy Pelosi is in part by a lot of the members you helped. In two thousand eighteen let me ask you the same question. I asked manual are you concerned that this this energy becomes in? What Liz Cheney was saying radical and out of touch now. I think at the end of the day was the Democrats need to do right now is over communicate and get out of Washington. I think that President Trump is going to get on the trail fairly soon, which I think would be bananas. But I think that it's important right now for the Democrats to understand that they have to shore up their base, and they have to make sure that people understand that look what's going to happen in the next few weeks. If this shutdown continues is that you're not gonna get your tax returns know, you're not gonna be able to see your lives get any better. And I can tell you what President Trump will need to build a wall around the White House. If people do not get those tax returns on. Well, I think Trump's made one major miscalculation which is he thinks if he gets the wall he wins. I think he wants the issue if I was done with Trump and in the White House, and I don't want to be there. But if I was them, I would say, you know, what we may want the having the issue. Maybe our win not getting the wall and they made a calculation. It's terrific though. Is that he looks weak, right? What he won't his base, right? Over a cliff. He won't look weak to the base of the problem is he's making every calculation on thirty four percent rather than I'm fifty one percent to me. It's not a radical position to say don't build a wall. That's where actually the majority of the content. So if we took this from a standpoint of I totally agree with John that the thing that's been lost in Washington for the last few years in the last decade is bipartisanship in the Billy look past it and get to the common good. But if we really want to do with the American public wants to do they want border security, they want the government reopen, and they don't wanna walk. They don't want. The wall is the way the way the president expressed to me the only way out of this which it's going to be real said it's gonna get real right now that we're not even paying air traffic controllers who are getting more irritable. More upset we're not paying TSA agents at some point had a huge impact. The president has to get a plate. He doesn't really fundamentally want the wall. He wants the ability to talk about the wall. So if he can get the words to say in the passage of something where he can still talk about it. He's gonna claim victory statistics. You're saying are accurate that the average American person doesn't necessarily want the wall bite when Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter start screaming bloody murder on Twitter. They're the people that ultimately have zero which has changed his mind on this. It's when he started hedging and shut down the government. So it depends. What happens in conservative media as that? Is it is? But I do think Republicans we are ultimately emboldened to to what they believe the president's job is to enforce the laws. We cannot get away from the fact that congress can pass laws without the president. It's their job to stay there and get this job done. If you can go back veto or not signed with the ten days. It can go back, and then they can pass it needs to be good enough to work for the American people. And right now, the American people aren't seeing a government is working for them. A government is working for themselves. And the partisanship is trumping people the house just the house just passed the same Bill the Senate uniformly passed the Bill everybody back in December everybody agreed to it. That's what everybody wanted them the president as as Meagan said, Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh stood up and said, you can't do this who are the radical element. That's intervening in this process. That's the problem in a timely. We we have the Democrats. Now what I think is in a good position because they are showing that they have a backbone the talks about the agenda. I mean, literally, I feel that that they put out house one talks about the democratic agenda. And I think people are excited to see that the Democrats finally have a position that they want to stand on. Now, it's important that they have to win the war on words with the within the public. To make sure people can continue to follow up with them. Roam Megan talks about and culture. Rush out of the question is when are Thom Tillis, Cory Gardner? Susan Collins winter all the Republicans up in twenty twenty sports the president. That's when it becomes basically. They realize there's going to be a liability. There's a price point that comes point in the lines cross. I would just say in one thousand nine hundred four when there was a government shutdown. The biggest mistake Newt Gingrich made sitting next to President Clinton and making that the only arena, and my advice to speaker in the Democrats do not allow negotiations to be the only arena pass the same Bill in congress pass it over to the Senate Schumer file, it you ready lost within a half a day. Three Republican senators out of there. I would keep coming at them. Like a wave just keeps forcing it. And then they base for the president that he's relying on that wall, which is a Senate Republicans starts to weaken, and then you have outside forces. Like, I I really do believe when it's not just eight hundred thousand people not getting a paycheck. When it starts to impact the rest of America right now. Just addressing symptoms at this point. We've had this government shutdown in the past handful of years, and I remember previously passed that it's becoming normalize. I think until legislators in the pain to share in the pain. The news will be when government is open that will be the event. No, we want government to work and not embarrass us. Is that too much to ask in order to? We need.

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