11 Burst results for "Quentin Wilbur"

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the trump presidency so secondbest is to undermine the investigation itself it's kind of a political insurance policy and the other potential consequence which many former fbi agents are warning about is that the fbi's ability to fight crime might be compromised by this why would a jury listened to the testimony of an fbi agent if the president of the united states says that the fbi's reputation is in tatters right but i thought paul ryan said this memo is merely congressional oversight not meant to be an indictment of the doj or or muller yeah ththat's can also confirm using oversight is important and necessary and abuses in any agency can and do occur but just hours after paul ryan said that the president started tweeting and undercut him saying that the top leadership and investigators of the fbi and the justice department have politicized the process in favor of democrats and against republicans so republicans can't have this both ways i you know i you mentioned the word confusing and i think for anyone nuts closely following this story it can be confusing um i thought around the election the key the accusation was that the fbi was supposed to be biased against clinton and that may have cost her the election yes this is very confusing don't forget in may the white house said the official reason for firing jim colmey was that he had been unfair to hillary clinton so i guess what they're trying to say as during the campaign the fbi was biased against clinton and then after the campaign they turned around and became biased against donald trump doesn't make a lot of sense npr political correspondent mara liasson who does make a lot of sense thank you so much thank you and the memo isn't the only thing republicans are using to try and prove bias against the president they also point to text messages between two fbi employees having an affair the text described the possibility of trump becoming president as quote terrifying one of those fbi workers later joined muller's investigation team late last month the techs some tech's were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there some coarse language ahead mr wilbur welcome to the.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"Of the fbi and the justice department have politicized the process in favor of democrats and against republicans so republicans can't have this both ways i you know i you mentioned the word confusing and i think for anyone nuts closely following this story it can be confusing i thought around the election the the accusation was that the fbi was supposed to be biased against clinton and that may have cost her the election yes uh this is very confusing don't forget in may the white house said the official reason for firing jim colmey was that he had been unfair to hillary clinton so i guess what they're trying to say is during the campaign the fbi was biased against clinton and then after the campaign they turned around and became biased against donald trump doesn't make a lot of sense npr political correspondent mara liasson who does make a lot of sense thank you so much thank you and the memo isn't the only thing republicans are using to try and prove bias against the president they also point to text messages between two fbi employees having an affair the text described the possibility of trump becoming president as quote terrifying one of those fbi workers later joined muller's investigation team late last month the techs some texts were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there some coarse language ahead mr will welcome to the program tremblay all right set this up for us they were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page an fbi lawyer on there's been various batches of these text messages ataka's through what we know about this it's really of drink so peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be like a deputy assistant director in that way after the clinton investigation is done member it ended in july of 2016 ended with an investigation into her email her private emails server etc guess then he starts the.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"End of the trump presidency so second best is to undermine the investigation itself it's kind of a political insurance policy and the other potential consequence which many former fbi agents are warning about is that the fbi's ability to fight crime might be compromised by this why would a jury listened to the testimony of an fbi agent if the president of the united states says that the fbi's reputation is in tatters right but i thought paul ryan said this memos merely congressional oversight not meant to be an indictment of the doj or or muller yet that's all also confusing oversight is important and necessary and abuses in any agency can and do occur but just hours after paul ryan said that the president started tweeting and undercut him saying that the top leadership and investigators of the fbi and the justice department have politicized the process in favor of democrats and against republicans so republicans can't have this both ways i you know i you mentioned the word confusing and i think for anyone nuts closely following this story it can be confusing um i thought around the election the key the accusation was that the fbi was supposed to be biased against clinton and that may have cost her the election yes this is very confusing don't forget in may the white house said the official reason for firing jim colmey was that he had been unfair to hillary clinton so i guess what they're trying to say is during the campaign the fbi was biased against clinton and then after the campaign they turned around and became biased against donald trump doesn't make a lot of sense npr political correspondent mara liasson who does make a lot of sense thank you so much thank you and the memo isn't the only thing republicans are using to try and prove bias against the president they also point to text messages between two fbi employees having an affair the text described the possibility of trump becoming president as quote terrifying one of those fbi workers later joined muller's investigation team late last month techs some techs were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there some coarse language ahead mr wilbur welcome to the.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Those fbi workers later joined muller's investigation team late last month attacks some texts were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there some coarse language ahead mr wilbur welcome to the program ernie think firmly all right set this up for us there were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page and fbi lawyer on there's been various batches of these text messages takase through what we know about this it's really of trim so our peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be a deputy assistant director and that way after the clinton investigations done member it ended in july of 2016 ended with an investigation into her email her private emails server eccentric us dan he starts the rush for pro he's the top counterintelligence guy he's helping you help supervise that investigation of whether they're links between trump associates in moscow to meddle in the 2016 presidential election so is a central guy in sympathies very very important investigations that were taking place yes meanwhile is having affair with a fbi or your name lisa page who is the eight like the top lawyer councils two deputy director andrew mccabe and so a lot of other itchy works some on the clinton crowe and she is well aware of the russian investigation and their tax they've released various batches their text messages on their work zones um there was the first batch december remember that's where all the political ones come out or they toll called trump a jewish and they call bernie sanders a twostate did not like a lot of politicians um so is her ankle opportunity at disdain if he will get yeah but they just dane trump more than now they released to congress uh a couple of weeks ago three hundred eighty four pages seven thousand text messages they released that bunched it was really interesting euros like insight into two people who were in the crucible of like these two high profile cases in like that he played talking about about to interview clinton at a much stronger bucks now the republicans have been using this to suggest that there was some sort of conspiracy against the.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Techs some techs were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there is some coarse language ahead mr wilbur welcome to the program anything from it all right set this up for us they were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page and fbi lawyer i'm there's been various batches of these text messages ataka's through what we know about this it's really a drink so peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be a deputy assistant director in that way after the clinton investigations done member it ended in july of 2016 ended with an investigation into her email her private emails server etc us dan he starts the rush for pro he's a top counterintelligence guy he's helping key help supervise that investigation of whether they're links between trump associates in moscow to meddle in the 2016 presidential election he is a central guy in several is very very important investigations that were taking place yes meanwhile is having an affair with a fbi a lawyer lisa page who is the eight liked the top or your councils two deputy director andrew mccabe and so a lot of heart and she works some on the clinton perot and she is well aware of the russia investigation and their tax they've released various batches there text messages on their work phones uh there was the first after december for member that's where all the political ones come out or are they tall called trump a jewish and they call bernie sanders a twostate did not like a lot of the politicians so it is radical opportunity a disdain if he will get gaba state disdain trump more than now they released to congress uh a couple of.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wnyc this is weakened to dish david first coming up this hour an update on the conversation swirling around the republican memo plus thousands of text messages between two fbi employees give a peek at the probe of russian meddling in the us elections the wall street journal's del quentin wilbur review the messages and says the text show frustration with president trump but no evidence of what conservatives say is a conspiracy against the commander in chief and months after twin hurricanes devastated the virgin islands hospitals there are still severely damaged anyone requiring major surgery or specialized care has to fly to the mainland it sunday february fourth first news headlines live from npr news in washington on giles snyder at least two people reported dead some seventy others injured in a train crash overnight near columbia south carolina harassing k hillis a spokesman for lexington county there was a train collision in derailment near charleston highway and pine ridge drive between a freight train any passenger train when we arrived on scene we began assisting passengers off of that train at this time there are no passengers on the train it's very important to point that out damn track says the train was operating from new york to miami when the crash happened amtrak said there were eight crew members and about one hundred thirty nine passengers on board of the time and that the lead engine and a few passenger cars derailed kale says injuries range from scratch is to broken bones spanish authorities said number of bodies of migrants have been discovered in mediterranean waters off a spanish territory in north africa or in prayer reports from madrid their believed to have drowned when their boat sank enroute to european territory spanish on moroccan rescuers are pulling bodies from waters around middle bs spanish territory the borders morocco in north africa if migrants can land on me leia's shores there in the european union can take a ferry a cross the mediterranean sea to the mainland a nonprofit says forty seven migrants mostly from subsaharan africa set off from a leah in recent days no survivors have been found their rubber boats are believed to sank in rough seas passengers on a nearby ferry first spotted the bodies floating and alerted spain's maritime service this is the deadliest mass drowning of migrants heading to spain in years for npr news i'm learn frier and madrid italy's interior minister suzuyo suspected gunman in this weekend's driveby shootings that left six african immigrants injured had an extremeright background with both neo nazi a neofascist ties police have identified the suspect as a twenty eight year old saying he had an italian flag draped across his shoulders when he was arrested witnesses say he made a.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Boy do minutes after the hour america peter stroke that is the fella at the center of the competing intertwined russia investigation russia investigation one led by special counsel muller began an investigation of whether or not there was collusion between the trump campaign and russian intelligence services to influence the election that is apparently by all accounts a dry dry hole but now there is some growing conclusion that special counsel muller is looking at obstruction of justice which is technically i don't know how you do that i really do not know how you come up with obstruction of justice out of the firing of an official whom you can fire because not like his tie when you're the head of the executive branch you can fire anybody who does not have a term of years appointment under the constitution today may be inventing they may be inventing some can charge against donald trump i don't know but there's a second investigation into whether or not there was corruption at the highest level the newness memo which more than two hundred members of congress have now viewed and some have come away shocked and appalled and others have dismissed it as a partisan attack hit piece is a summary of bullet points about what may have been the abuse of the foreign intelligence surveillance act by outgoing obama administration officials in an attempt to trigger exactly what we have a special council investigation however peter stroke who is no longer with the special counsel investigation an fbi lawyer lisa page patty rather torrid affair and they were also prolific textures 50000 tax are looked at in this investigation we do not know which percentage of them belong to stroke in page but our friend out quentin wilbur in a ruina viswanath a have a story in the wall street journal today which summarises a top fbi agent last spring in 2017 expressed skepticism about the burgeoning investigation into trump associates ties to russia an electoral meddling according to a newly released text message a few months before his text critical the president cost him his role in the special counsel's probe the agent peter stroke that spelled s t r g o k s t r g o k sent a message to a colleague suggesting he was hesitant to join special counsel robert muller recentlyformed team because quote my gut sense and concern is there is.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Dayton matters because it gives context as to what the insurance policy and lo i ask you this is cherry yet and i'll put it out to you ladies and gentleman had donald trump not one dea thing for hillary clinton presidency would be investigating donald trump for collusion with the russians during the campaign or for anything else no of course not no no yes and so this idea that people are putting out there that they would have continued the investigation at donald trump not one that is the concept of the insurance policy that's why there's one reading it says wait a minute the insurance policy on insurance policy doesn't hedge against something happening what will gas or doesn't prevent something from happening right it's not an insurance policy against trump winning if trump is going to win no it doesn't provincial iraq said it is text messages was no insurance policy like if you die before your forty so in other words if you die the interns outs exactly what other words vaclav wins we need the insurance puzzle i'm gonna i'm going to read through this this this piece in the wall street journal i mean this is a just to sort of get a sense as to what um as to what adel wilbur tell quentin wilbur actually has to say were gardens and i and i wish i wish i might my wish for two thousand eighteen is this and that is everyone wants to talk about collusion the russians in all of this that reporters and those who were looking into it would ask more specific questions what collusion what law was broke what was he legal who did not with this remains did a nebulous as read through these some of these some of these tweets from from dell quentin wilbur these agents took themselves and their jobs very seriously when mistress struck seemed down miss page sentiment out saying maybe you're meant to stay where you are because you're meant to protect the country from that menace an apparent reference to trump okay you know i just i get a whole lot alike you've gone before attacking their motivations and bias it might be good to keep in mind their life's work was dead acquitted toward protecting the country not to harm mr trump even if they found of distasteful not an uncommon feeling when i challenge our our listeners google hezbollah okay and.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Phil perry the report this is on point i mega truck her birdie we're talking about the russia investigation the fbi and special counsel robert muller you can join the conversation where do you think the investigation is going to go we're joined today by greg miller national security correspondent for the washington post and by dell quentin wilbur department of justice reporter for the wall street journal odds want to play a little bit a tape here from no none other than russian president vladimir putin who disparage the fbi russia investigation during his end of the year press conference last thursday putin claimed it's a calculated move by the president's opponents to quote inflict damage on the country's domestic political situation he do what this is all dreamed up by people who are in opposition to trump people to make sure that everyone thinks that what he's doing and working yet is illegitimate but if it's just weary under its madness so dealt with that in mind i wanted to ask you the same question that i ended the last segment with an asking greg by tells really what is at stake here with this firestorms current firestorm over the investigation or thank thank you you you know it was not for it's an effort to come to discredit um or raise serious questions in and some people legitimately have legitimate serious questions these texts were not good um about the investigation and no it's an effort to kind of you know it at two two blunted and that's what's at stake and i think a certain part of the populations gregg said is made up its mind already and is gonna be interesting to see what comes out if anything comes out like everyone the lot of people on the left are cheering for moeller to come up with some big bombshell right and they're cheering actively cheering for this and it's like that's not moller's job in know moeller is a pretty straight shooter from what i've been told there's like a visit i'd have a reporter friend who went up to moeller when he was in the um he was a homicide prosecutor and he went up to moeller said hey uh uh you know homicide prosecutor moeller can i get uh i need to.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Novo nordisk dot u s from npr news this is all things considered i'm audie cornish and i'm ari shapiro special counsel robert muller's investigation into russia's involvement in the 2016 election has taken another turn muller has empaneled a grand jury here in washington we learned that he tell today from the wall street journal and reporter doleclinton quentin wilbur joins us now welcome to the program hey thanks for abdomen art this into context for us what does this move signal you know it could will that this investigation of wrapping up that they've taken at beyond their first baby step and that they need this tool a grand jury that very powerful investigative tool that permit proc the heaters subpoenas were records compel the turning over upset record agitate testimony from witnesses under oath and had said that and bear nearing that step to do such a thing so it does not necessarily mean that charges will be brought but that they could at some point be brought exactly this weekend at the ecole in one who gathered information for the grand jury looked at a prosperity can awad a record than may get a lot of witnesses depend for the grand during the night big craft a case for the grand arena say hey this is the information we got it had enough to the indictment and then later indict where they don't do you know anything about what this grand jury will be tasked with renault there investigating obviously russia's meddling in elections and if any crimes what crimes were committed with that and as an infant publicly before you know moore's team taking over whether trump associates or the trump campaign colluded with the russians to help israel at his election effort and that's what they're looking at a moment that there was already a grand jury in the dc suburb of alexandria virginia that was involved with this inquiry what's the difference between what that grand jury has been up to and what this new one will do want you know that's a really interesting question so the grand jury in alexandria was working as far as i can tell that michael flynn the former national security advisor was under investigation for you know his dealings with foreign companies foreign nations uh financial foreign financial inc for a while on privatesector before he joined the white house on that issue casinos which why backflow hain from.

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"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"quentin wilbur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News this is all things considered i'm audie cornish and i'm ari shapiro special counsel robert muller's investigation into russia's involvement in the 2016 election has taken another turn muller has empaneled a grand jury here in washington we learned that he tell today from the wall street journal and our puerta del quentin wilbur joins us now welcome to the program hey thanks for having me this into context for us what does this move signal you know it signalled that this investigation of wrapping up that they've taken at beyond their first baby step and that they need this cool a grand jury a very powerful investigative tool that permit prosecutors who subpoenas her records compel the turning over affect record adequate testimony from witnesses under a and it said that they are nearing that step to do such a thing so it does not necessarily mean that charges will be brought but that they could at some point be brought exactly this weekend at the ecole in one who gathered information for the grand jury looked at a prosperity get a water record than may get a lot of witnesses it put them before the grand during the night bay craft a case but a grand jury and i say hey this is the information we got it enough to seek an indictment ma their indict or they don't do you know anything about what this grand jury will be tasked with brennan other investiating obviously russia's meddling in the election sleep any crimes what crimes were committed with that and evidence had publicly before you know moore's team taking over whether prompt associates or the trump campaign colluded with the russians to help israel at his election effort and that's what they're looking at a moment that there was already a grand jury in the dc suburb of alexandria virginia that was involved with this inquiry what's the difference between what that grand jury has been up to and what this new one will do want you know that's a really interesting question so the grand jury in alexandria when working as far as i can tell that.

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