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"randy credit" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"To the hot notes. Hot Notes. Old Friend of of the PODCAST. Not Really Just ghosts of podcasts past Randy credito appeared on CNN this morning to discuss the latter. He wrote to the Department of Justice in support of leniency of stone but against being addicted before prosecutors that prosecuted the stone case He said in that letter. He never felt threatened physically by Roger Stone and recommended that Roger Stone Get zero jail time and I have to say I left more confused about what he actually thinks I was before. He's an odd bird. We'll just say that that whole stonehenge group is from none Bergh To Krecko I mean they're all to Coursey. They're all just weird. They confuse me. They're just that's part of it though. There's something off It's I feel like I'm at a like first of all in a dream that doesn't exist and then at a convention and that I'm not sure what it's for totally. it we're untethered from reality. Have you ever seen the documentary? Hyper normalization nope okay. Adam Curtis documentary. That came out a few years ago. About how we were going to get to this point in politics where you were like floating through space. Not sure what was real. And what wasn't and that's where we are and people like Stone everyone around him. Yeah Yeah Absolutely. Part of that whole dynamic were now yeah we call them. Stonehenge. Yeah when back in the day so so he randy credit coke got onto just went on TV at a little letter and just talked the summary. I the end you know I. He praised the four. Prosecutors withdrew from the stone case One that even resigned from the Department of Justice in specifically lauded Kravis as an upstanding hardworking civil servant. He said he spent about one hundred hours with these guys and they didn't deserve what bar did to them when the intervened undercut their sentencing recommendation however he was asked how could support the prosecutors But still ask for no jail time for Roger Stone then. He went off on a speech about the justice system and saying a people of color disproportionately affected by the justice system and nobody's intervening on their behalf and she after like a minute or two of that she had to rain and say okay. Okay but why do you think stone deserves no jail time not a person of color? He's not this is a white collar crime. This has nothing to do with what you're talking about. Although I agree with what you're talking about this is a old rich white guy who committed seven federal felonies cramming for convicted and we have And he said well it's it's hard to even say what he said because he's so confusing But he said that Roger Stone doesn't deserve jail because no one does And Roger is sixty eight and broke and and he just he just really hope he doesn't go to jail because he's not a bad guy When asked again the threatening emails and texts that he sent him that stones sent Krecko that said he was gonna come after him and after his dog gone. Credito said he never personally felt threatened and he never thought that Roger Stone was GonNA show up at his door and take take him or his dog but he is threatened by everything else and that someone in a red hat might turn up and shoot him so he feels threatened but not specifically by Roger Stone. But he didn't make the connection that Roger Stone being mad at him is a threat to him indirectly. He didn't even say that. Maybe that's what I thought he was saying. That's what I thought. He was getting at and he might have been getting to that but just lost his train of thought he might have been trying to say. Look personally. I never felt threatened by Roger Stone but the fact that Roger Stone threatened me Made me feel like someone else who supports Roger Stone? 'cause I'm kind of person right On behalf of Roger Stone's anyone could come and take my dog cray supporters or fulfill the the written D- dreams of Roger Stone in his texts and emails to me but he didn't even make that connection he just he just kept. Repeating stone is sixty eight and broke. He was asked about his testimony during the stone. Trial Credit Co was and. He said he stands by everything he said in the trial. He doesn't recant anything that he said in the trial. But here's the thing whether the person being targeted in instances of witness intimidation actually feels intimidated. Seems beyond the point The words stone said and the intent behind them combined with the totality of the evidence Should be what drives a conviction and it did. In this case the jury heard the testimony examined the threats baked that into the totality. The evidence presented against Roger Stone and then they all convicted him on all seven counts including this count of witness intimidation and during the trial. Credito said on the stand. He didn't personally feel threatened. But I think that by the rules of the jury. The jury didn't really take that into consideration. We don't care if you've felt threatened or none. He said he was GonNa kill you and your dog and if you take that in context with all of his other behavior. He's how corrupt intent here he needed for you to be quiet because he lied and that came out in the evidence so the intent is there the consciousness of guilt. Is there the the the words are there nor you threatening someone in public? And so you know we aren't gonNA listen to your you know that we're looking at the evidence here and your not. Your feelings aren't an evident aren't a piece of fact right. That's sort of what I think. I'M GONNA have to ask one of my legal expert. Friends like is that even really a thing because I mean I know this happens a lot especially in domestic violence cases where they go look wife. We don't care if you don't want to press charges. We have bruises on your face. We have him. You know we have a witness that he punched you. We have him here. We're pressing charges. We don't need you yet so I know that that's happened. I know that that kind of stuff happened so I'm wondering if that's the sort of the way that it goes with witness intimidation so I'm going to ask like joyous or barb Yeah I'd be curious to know to say like is they take into account because Randy Credit Co says during this interview he got up on the stand and said he didn't feel threatened but they've found him guilty of witness intimidation regardless so like I said they heard the testimony the examine the threats they baked into the totality of evidence and convicted him A letter from the target of the intimidation like I said should have no bearing on the sentencing guidelines or the justice manual interpretation made by the prosecutors in the case. Either so again you go by the the sense guidelines that are in the manual that that are by the way trump's sentencing guidelines not. Do we take these letters into account but they did take an upward variance into account because of the physical threats So what it seemed like credit go was saying though I guess was that the prosecutors did their jobs. Bar should not have intervened but the most people shouldn't be punished so harshly especially not sixty year. Eight-year-old broke dudes and. I think that's what he was. It was like a ploy for sympathy for him for stone. Yeah it seemed like it okay. Interesting maybe it was a Stockholm Syndrome thing. I don't know but the fact still remains stone was tried. The evidence was considered a jury convicted on all counts further. The prosecutors followed the letter of trump's sentencing guidelines and. Finally there are no instances of the attorney general personally intervening to lower a sentencing recommendation after they've been signed and submitted to the court. This is all brand new and unprecedented credit. Go did say one thing that makes sense though. He said. Judge Jackson is a no nonsense rule of law. Judge who will set in stone appropriately regardless of the attorney general and me and perhaps others including the president trying to muddy the waters. is familiar with the guideline she read the initial recommendation and she'll rule accordingly to equal justice standards. I'm not quoting him there. I'm paraphrasing him. Using my words he was a little goofy or we also got noticed last night. That judge Jackson in this case has entered an order for an on the record conference call with parties. Involved in the case for this Tuesday That's today if you're listening as a you know When this comes out in the morning that's two days ahead of the sentencing. Hearing which is Thursday this Thursday for Roger Stone and that does not explicitly state in the order. What she intends to discuss. I'm certain she'll be asking what the fuck with the DOJ intervention and subsequent withdrawal for the federal prosecutors on the case the resignation of one of them. And it's an it's an honor record phone call. So what the Fuck Chicken Sorta? Yeah and we predicted this. Everyone sort of predicted everyone. Who's been following? This case was like sometime between now and sentencing judge Jackson. If you'RE NASTY IS GONNA call everybody in a call everyone on the carpet and say hey what is happening with this shit. I seem just as I walked in you had CNN on. And it's something what two thousand former employees of the DOJ now calling for barter resign. Yes that's level now that story's coming up yeah and there's a lot. I'm actually just going to read the letter in its entirety. It's every single word is so deliberate and intense. It's not a frivolous letter And even Pelosi. This was Thursday though. She used the magic words abuse of power when describing trump's behavior with regards to stone case she didn't say anything about investigation or impeachment But as we know abuse of power was article article one a of the impeachment of Donald Trump. My wish would be for Congress to investigate this under the impeachment umbrella to strengthen their subpoena power by pushing the courts to expedite those subpoenas but to eventually either censure trump or impeach him and withhold. The articles never sent him to the Senate because the Senate is not going to give give a fair trial and we have proof of that and that would be sort of a spotlight on the Senate saying. Hey you know we we impeach him. Sounds Sonum over no matter what you did last time and then that would call That would call. Everyone's memory of that terrible acquitted of to the front of their memory. And I think that that would be an important political tool as well as a A fairness tool. You can't trust the Senate to do the right thing. So censure him or impeach him and don't send the articles that's what I think. Yeah I don't know it almost feel it. I hear you but it almost feels like with the election so close. It's like I understand your arguments on center before but going through the motions of impeachment again. I.
Bannon delivers damaging testimony in trial of longtime Trump adviser Stone
"Trump campaign aide as Steve Bannon testified Friday on day four of Roger stone's criminal trial Bannon told jurors he was quoted compelled to testify saying he's also known as an access point to wikileaks fan and testimony followed that of comedian Randy credit co critical claims he was pressured into backing up lies stone told Congress sharing an email he received from stone in April in which stone threatened to take away his
Stone unturned? Trumps adviser on trial
"As the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump continues. The start of the trial of his longtime associate is likely to provide him with more discomfort comfort laundry stone flamboyant and controversial political strategist own for using aggressive tactics discredit losing candidates. He's worked As a campaign advisor to a number of Republican presidents including Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan stone formed a relationship with the current president for decades ago. He I advised Mr trump to run for the White House in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight but all the polls are showing that I win or do very well in this election. I'm not happy with what's happening. In the country that friendship mentorship torsion even was the focus of 2017. Netflix documentary called. Get Me Roger Stone. Those who say I have no soul. Those who have no principles are losers serve. Those are bitter losers. Mr Jones. EXACT ROLE IN MR TRUMP's 2016 campaign has long been a source of speculation particular over his contact with wikileaks the release of material about presidential contender. Hillary Clinton in January this year. Mr Stone was indicted by Robert Mueller. The special counsel on seven counts they include obstructing an official proceeding witness tampering and making false statements to Congress about his communication with wikileaks and the trump campaign lead. Not Guilty to these charges. I will defeat them at CNN. HAD BEEN SO SURE MR stones indictment was coming to the network had a camera team outside his the house when the FBI turned up for dramatic early morning rest. This is what the first sounds that. Roger Stone woke up to this morning was the FBI pounding on his his door and shouting John Faz. Men Are. Washington correspondent had a similar hunched to C. N. N.'s. But he made his move a month earlier. I reached out to Roger Stone because I had sensed that his indictment was possibly coming and I wanted to hear from him before he went undercover. As it works I wrote him an email. I said I would be down in Fort Lauderdale one weekend soon. If he's free for lunch take him out and And he accepted house lunch. The lunch was a blast. He is in entertaining storyteller. He's charming he's funny. He has a ton of stories. It was a two hour lunch. That felt very fast. Okay before we get into the lunchtime conversation Let's go through with. The charges are against him. He is facing seven charges. Five of them. Uh are making false statements to congressional investigators. One of them is obstructing government proceeding and one of them is witness tampering I believe he tried to get randy. Credit Co who is a longtime friend of his New York radio show host and a sort of as outrageous on the left is as stone is on the right. He tried to induce credit co into not testifying and I think he you threatened to kidnap Randy credit goes dog. Roger Stone's pled not guilty to all of those charges. How how is the dog? I think the dog's fine critical appeared. He did testify. He showed up with his dog. He was photographed with the dog outside the Capitol. It's a I think the dog is a little white dog named Bianca. Last I heard Bianca was fine. Okay okay all these charges that Mr Stone faces have to do with Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference. Is that right yes. Roger Stone presented himself to the trump campaign campaign as a conduit to wikileaks. He said he was in touch with. Julian assange now after the investigation started. He said that in fact he wasn't that was all bluff and posture turn hype and that all he had been doing monitoring wikileaks as twitter. Feed Robert Muller's indictment says that that's not true in that he was actually in touch through a cut out with wikileaks. And what are the stakes. Here what would happen to Mr Stone if he were found guilty These are serious charges. He faces serious prison time if he goes down for these sixty seven years old and that's Facing years in prison at that age is no picnic. You say he was a charming guy with lots of stories. I mean the public persona of Roger Stone is. He's a kind of Kenny often. Cutting political operative to did you get a sense from him about how he operates when you spoke to him. Well he is a political operative the stories that I liked most. He got gotTa start in Connecticut Politics. He's from Norwalk Connecticut. which is which is down along the coast and he said for his his first campaign for Connecticut? State Senator Who on the train platform is a commuter town into New York? Norwalk is and he would be there in the morning with fliers for his candidate and fresh coffee and then he would be either in the evening with fliers for his candidate and freshly mixed Martinis. It was such a a charming portrayal of a bygone world of political campaigning. But that's where he got a start but I mean this this kind of charming and gracious stuff is not really what he's been known for in in more recent decades. No No. He's a dirty trickster. And he's the first one to admit admit that he's a dirty trickster I think he hone those skills working for Nixon's campaign which is famous for using those sorts of tricks. That's his specialty. That's the sort of thing he does. There's and he's he's really unabashed about it so his his ties then to to president trump. I mean how far back do they go so he is known. Donald Trump for forty years. Their connection goes back to Ronald. Ronald Reagan's nineteen eighty campaign in New York Stone arranged a visit to New Hampshire by Donald Trump in nineteen eighty eight. When he was initially flirting with running for president he was connected with the campaigns? In in in ninety six and two thousand I think it was when when trump sought the reform party nomination and his connection to the to the two thousand sixteen campaign pain starts quite early on to so he has no trump for for a very long time but on the other hand the investigation the Muller reports when it's somewhat by now in in the rear view mirror I mean. How much do you think Mr Trump and his team will be will be watching this trial? How much do you think could change the story as we now know it reopened that chapter? I mean I think they would. They are going to be watching can get very very closely. It's true that the report is done but there was a lot of of stone activity in the Muller report that was redacted what I assume is Roger Stone activity that was redacted and it may well come out this trial. I think there are a couple of things that that the trump campaign will be worried about number one. The trials should show whether Roger Stone was in fact talking to wikileaks and whether when he said he wasn't that was all bluff and posture that that was that was in fact the bluff and number two is whether whether Donald Trump lied Robert Muller. You'll remember that trump did not sit down for a verbal interview with Robert Me answered written questions and answer to one of those questions actions. He said that he didn't recall discussing wikileaks with Roger Stone. You may get some testimony from Steve Bannon and Rick Gates about that and so if I were at trump trump camp I would be watching this trial very nervously. And what about Mr Stone himself when you met him. What did he say about the possibility that he would get caught up in Mr Melissa investigation? Well all I ask them exactly that question at lunch and he said it's a it's a line that I still remember. He said I don't worry. I make other people worry whether he would repeat that line today as his trial looms. I don't know but it was a it was a wonderful bit of bluster at the time About the substance of the charges. He had a very. I want to get this quote. Exactly right from transcript. What he said is there is no evidence or proof and no one can honestly say that I had advanced notice of the source or the content? The exact release date of the wiki leaks material either stolen or I should say allegedly stolen and allegedly hacked to my mind that is a very lawyerly. Non Denial Denial He also said during our lunch that you know his testimony before the House Intelligence Committee was basically truthful and he may have said some things that were wrong but they were immaterial and inconsequential in the indictment against him alleges. That's not not the case that his false statement for both consequential immaterial well regardless of what happens with this trial and and presuming. Mr Stone is available to take lunch dates. Would you take with them in a heartbeat anytime. Why is that because he has? He has good stories and he has a central role in this in this drama. That's unfolding right now. He has insight he has history talk about. He's an interesting conversationalist John. Thank you very much for joining
"randy credit" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"He what he goes around in lies and says that he was I was the only person he told as a joke that he met with Julian Assange, give me a break. You know, give me a break that was wrong. Mr. and under was right about where it was headed days later stone indicted on witness, tampering and obstruction crimes. Why did stone do what he did providing evidence of obstruction? If there was no chargeable conspiracy. I'm not the expert on that. I can tell you a lot of what he's been charged with the idea, for example on your show. Randy credit goes saying that he gave no information Roger stone patently false. Roger has all the text messages and emails to prove that and he'll prove that in court. You know? Credit code pushing off sitting it was all it was all Coursey patently false and Rogers going to be able to prove that as well. I think he's shown those emails publicly and to my I pressed Mr. critical about that on this show last night. So help us understand. Then what did that mean that there was this discussion about WikiLeaks? It wasn't chargeable. Why did Roger appear to mislead about it? Well, I don't think he did. I think when he sat and this these hearings to testify that he gave his best responses to his recollection. You remember some of the things he's been criticized for as to how he was conversing with people. They asked him did you do emails and texts and he said, I think I detect some no emails, and somehow it's a lie that he was actually doing emails. Why would Roger stone do that? Why would he lie about if he's texting and emailing? Why would he lie? He just didn't remember molar says that he repeatedly tried to prevent Randy critical from testifying the president has tried to do that very publicly. It's quite obvious. But. He's the president the point on the show. It was whether stone get away with it. Why was stone in your view trying to prevent people from tests. I don't think that he was preventing people from test testifying in the idea in the Muller probe that somehow taking away his dog was a threat of some kind. Roger stone has been threatening to take away his dog for years. Roger stone's. He's he's got a house full of one legged dog he doesn't like the way that credit code treats is so is this just the bizarre defense. Just bizarre mentors. The interesting thing. Ari after two years of this driving countless people out of their jobs, causing all kinds of havoc in people's homes mere witnesses the mother team finds himself at the end of the hallway at the end of this entire game. And they're staring at Gerry Coursey who believes the most wild conspiracies in the world, Roger stone and Randy credit co who wears women's whereas women's underwear that's where they find themselves. I don't know what you're getting into that won't get into that. Because. Dozens of years of yellow school education and the end at the freak so freakshow temp. Well, look, you're we try to treat people with respect to your calling various people something on the panel. Would you freaks? I wanna keep it on point. Let's look at the Muller indictment of stone on the on the substance of what you say, which is that stone. According to Miller, directed Coursey, not Credito to contact the head of WikiLeaks again, though and Carter this goes to a lot of the other. Folks, you do understand why people around the country are looking at all this and saying if this is all it was what Mr. Caputo just outlined and nothing more. Why were there so many lies because the president did lie and he did dictator misleading statement about Trump Tower, and he did call people rat, and he did try to get Muller fired..
"randy credit" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"An exclusive interview on a victim of something. You've heard a lot about obstruction alleged by Muller against Trump advisor. Randy credit? Go threatened, by Rogers film. Breaking his silence when we're back in thirty seconds. There's a lot of talk right now about obstruction of Justice. And I'm thrilled to tell you. We're about to do something informative because I have an exclusive interview with the witness, according to Bob Muller of alleged obstruction by a top. Trump adviser Randy credit. Go is cited in Bob molars indictment of Roger stone as the person number two, and he has not ever spoken out publicly sense named his such in that Muller indictment tonight that changes malaria, accusing stone of trying to obstruct investigations into Russian interference by congress and the FBI and alleging the Rogers still was affectively trying to illegally Boli credit co into silence threatening him and his dog all part of an effort to stop critical from truthfully cooperating with these probes Randy credit co joins me on the beat right now. Thank you for coming to this show with your first remarks since the indictment. Thank you very much. A lot of people are interested. In the role you play and let's start with this, okay? Older investigated whether there was a conspiracy with Russia, and whether Roger stone lied about all this in invoking you as his link to WikiLeaks and Muller found no charge -able conspiracy..
"randy credit" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Look like victim. And I think that is in part why able to raise money for his his legal fees and get writers to write on behalf of him. He works with all these little in fours writers who will write stories that he wants to write. We even reported that Robert Mueller was investigating a story. He planted about his alleged backchannel Randy credit, go he hasn't media operation. And he knows how to spend things better than anyone else. So I think it'll be fascinating. If there is no gag order. I mean, you know, continue to see classic stone. But even if there is a gag order. I think he will have a way of getting his narrative out there. Even if he's not the one doing in fairness to stone in any defendant. Whatever one thinks of them, don't you think there's a good argument against a gag order poll with the judge said is that he's welcomed to say, whatever he wants in private and other people are welcome to say, whatever they want. Public. There's just that Roger stone and his lawyers need to be circumspect. Let me let me push you on that. This isn't a normal case. It is obviously all being covered every night all of us in the media are covering it. The political forces are debating it back and forth. Why should stone has his neck in the potential meat cleaver here be the one who's not allowed to mount a public defense concern is about infecting the jury pool which would mean that he might not get a fair trial right now, Roger stone is acting as own hype man, and again, he's going to the court of public opinion. Because I don't think he has a defense in the court of law but to fail you on that. And you never wanna be your own hype. Man, you wanna do the verse? And you went to someone else to to echo it. But you know, except Busta rhymes he would famously record his own echoes, and that was like signature style. But I'm gonna keep pressing you half. Roger stone's argument, which is the Muller folks put out on. Friday, what they were doing certain cameras showed up there and the raid, and it's all out there. So if you're worried about yes tainting the jury pool, which I take your point you always make serious legal points is a real legal concern. He would argue his lawyers argue to this judge there being tainted in the other direction already. So what we have is to values that are in some tension. One is his the necessity of him having a fair trial in the judges duty to ensure that that trial is fear. The other is his first amendment right to express himself. And so the judge balanced that she I think will almost certainly slap a gag order on him, she predict a gag order absolute. And that's what happened to me. Do you have a view of whether this? I think this is really shrewd of Roger right because if he is has a gag order imposed upon him he will play into his narrative of hayme being persecuted by the government, and he view of whether it's a fair thing to do. I don't think that there should be a gag order on him. I think he should be able to. So you think there's a good argument? One year. Again, I I am not a legal expert, but what I should say. Adopt anyone on television before more. I try not to speak about things. I don't know. But all I can say is that Rogers already made his point to the public made this argument about him being persecuted by the deep state, and he's also made a very point to statement to the president saying we did have many conversations I may speak about that at one point. And so I feel like he's made his case a gag order will only help him I don't know how to take on the gag order. But I do think that he like I said he'll continue to get his narrative out there. No matter what even if it doesn't go through him. I think his comments about the president..
"randy credit" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"So with both both credit go and Coursey have their own connections to Julian Assange, and Roger stone had all kinds of Texan Email exchanges with both of them as well. As with people who the indictment classifies as Trump supporters and Trump campaign. Officials and the conversation is like what is Julian Assange have. When is he going to drop? It stone is really interested in releasing information about the Clinton foundation and some specific aspects of Clinton service secretary of state, I'm guessing that's been Ghazi. I don't know that that's what he was referring to because it's it's vague in the end it meant, and there's a discussion where stone tells people on the Trump campaign that this would be a good time to talk about how Hillary Clinton is old and her health is declining. And she's having trouble remembering, and I've got to be honest with you this indictment to me is the least impressive of the documents. That have come from the Muller team all of the previous indictments have been so just laser like in their precision. This one sounds like a game of telephone. It's very odd that could just be because they're dealing with very odd duck who communicated in very odd ways, but it is harder to follow. So in that kind of oh, you are nailing this person to the wall way that the previous indictments have been drafted. So stone is having all these communications with lots of people, including the media about what ki- leaks is up to then the Senate and the house start investigating Russian election interference. And Roger stone. Rolls into congress and says that he doesn't have anything that would be helpful to that investigation. He had no advance knowledge of the publication of stolen emails. His only contact with Julian Assange was through this radio host Credito. He doesn't mention that. He was also trying to reach out to Assange through Coursey, and that all of his communications were by phone. There's no documentary evidence that he has he said he never discussed with anyone in the Trump campaign surprise. None of that is true. Okay. House investigative committee asked Randy credit, go to testify, and Roger stone and Randy credit goes start texting each other and stone encourages him to take. The fifth amendment and then credit go get subpoenaed. And this is where stone quotes, the godfather and says you need to stick to the story live to the committee don't contradict my testimony so credit go did that he took the fifth amendment. But he in stone, keep texting each other. I don't know. Why about where all this is going and credit cards? Start staying to stone. Basically you thrown me under the bus here. I was not a back channel to Assange for you. You should just correct. The record in cooperate. In stone starts getting increasingly more threatening in. He says I'm going to take your dog. Which is a therapy dog credit? Go uses he said that his lawyers couldn't wait to rip him to shreds. He told him to die with some expletives around that like it gets really ugly between these two people. I don't know why stone decided that credit goes who he was gonna throw under the bus and kept Coursey out of it for so long. But I think that's an interesting dynamic here. So based on all. Of this. He has been charged with one count of obstruction of Justice five counts of making false statements and one count of witness tampering. That's all the threats credit go if he were convicted of all seven counts and got the maximum sentence. It would be forty five years in jail. Interestingly the Muller team did not give him the option to surrender which is an option that they have provided to other folks in this investigation. The as you mentioned Sarah the rate of his house was kind of unusually aggressive. I read some commentary that he must have done something that really angered the Muller team knowing what I know about Roger stone. That would not be surprising. Well, it could just also be that the Miller team takes witness tampering really seriously and wants to send a message that you don't threaten people's lives and dogs over not cooperating with them..
"randy credit" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And I look forward to director Muller delivering the final report, I'm comfortable that the decisions that were made are going to be reviewed either through the various means we have. But right now, you don't investigation is. I think close to being completed, and I hope that we can get the report from director more Muller as soon as we as possible. John your view of those statements late today coming from the acting Torney general while the corn Flannery committee met in the green room before we came on the air. We decided that you don't conduct the search of Roger stone's home with all of that information there that probably has to be decrypted in analyze and then you should give a report in February. So I don't I don't think that's going to happen quickly. Also, you got to wonder about Matt Whitaker. I wonder if he was involved in the buzzkill of the BuzzFeed thing that was that that thing I found distressing that they thought for the first time while we're shifting attorney generals that they had to say anything about this investigation. So I think Matt Whitaker is a likable guy and not to be relied on to tell us where Mueller is and his investigation. Look, I appreciate upon as much as the next guy. We're not sure that it was a buzzkill if they were doing what they thought was the responsible actor, correct misperception? Although as always with with open probes we just don't know the entire picture, the committee of Cornyn, Flannery. We. Always like seeing you. I'm gonna get some other guests. So thanks to both the view, I'm bringing to more guests, you might recognize into the conversation. Here's the context. The White House today didn't actually rule out a pardon for Roger stone. Something that's been talked about a lot on Friday stone did say though that he'd never discussed his testimony with Donald Trump. Far from reading it is is that you you lied to this congressional committee. Have you spoken to the president about this? I have not been the president answered the written interrogatory, he correctly, and honestly said Roger stone, and I never discussed this. And we never did that may be true. But just think how does Roger stone know what Donald Trump told Muller in those written interrogatory, if he hasn't even discussed it with Donald Trump or his team as he just claimed yesterday Roger stone had this to say about conversations with Trump. I'd also testify honestly about any other matter, including any communications with the president. It's true that we spoke on the phone, but those communications are political in nature. They're benign, and there's there is certainly no conspiracy with Russia. I turned out Amar gay twelve the board member for the New York Times and Shelby holiday who's been all over this story for the Wall Street Journal, including reporting on messages that Mr. stone assent which have now I read them in some of your reporting. And now I read them in the indictment as what Muller says is evidence for witness tampering. Thanks to both you for being here. Take it away having followed the story what you see as important now I've been talking to legal experts throughout the day. And they said if Roger stone goes and pleads not guilty as he claims, he's going to do it's gonna be really hard to face these charges in trial because you have written evidence, you we have that written testimony that he sent to the house committee. And if you recall, he was calling for his testimony to be public you really wanted to testify openly. And it seems like now looking at what he testified to that may be because he wanted to send a signal to other possible witnesses in the probe very important when you're making we have the debate about public and private, and I don't think you can automatically deduce anything James Komi wanted. He said his testimony public because he didn't want it mischaracterize not necessarily because. I think he had some fancy plot going, but you're saying that might have been an illicit reason to match stories in public then because when you look at what he wrote in his written testimony, for example, he said he had only asked Randy credit, go to confirm that Assange was gonna release damaging information about Hillary Clinton, but we reported months ago that he had actually asked Randy credit, go to go find certain emails from that would be exposing her in this big Benghazi plot..
"randy credit" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"They're talking about the written communications between stone and person wanted between stone and. Listen to during his testimony of the house intelligence committee. We'll get to those people person one in prison to in a moment. But this this kind of I literally wrote in the margin of my indictment that afternoon. Ha now that it's a laughing matter, but the Muller indictment says indeed honor about September twenty six two thousand seventeen the day. That's don't testify before hip. See that's the intelligence committee and denied having ever sent or received emails or text messages from person to denied ever having done that right stone in prison to exchanged over thirty text messages. Amazing. So it's very very hard liar. Don't. Oh. That's good. Yeah. That's good. Did you? Now. But you know, what else say, I'm sure defend against how do you defend? There's no way you can defend against it. And it's sort of like your child asks you can have a chocolate chip cookie. You say no two minutes later, you hear crashy walk into the kitchen. The cookie jars on the floor and your kid has chocolate over their face. And you say did you just take a cookie, and they say go underneath a cookie the cookie, and it's like that level of just you just don't understand what's happening how he could say it. And I think look he's gotten away with it. This is how he rolls. This is who he is. And to me, the special counsel pulls out, those thirty text messages, you have him under oath in front of the house intelligence committee saying I never had any communication, and you know, how do you say you forgot that? I just texted him two minutes ago. There's another strengthen the indictment too because as we said count seven is not lying. It's witness tampering. And that's a discussion the indictment in some detail of all the ways in which Roger stone tried to get person to who's Randy critical. Again, we'll describe that more detail we tried to get Randy credit, go not to testify before the congress, right or to assert the fifth amendment privilege against testifying and is a back and forth between Roger stone. And Randy credit? Go were Roger stone says over and over again don't testify don't testify trying to obscure the fact that he may have not told the truth and Hindi credit go. According to the indictment says over and over again says you need to amend your testimony before I testify in the fifteenth over and over again. So because you're going to be caught in perjury. Yeah. Because because Randy's claiming he's telling the truth, and you have not told the truth. And so when you're trying to get a witness who thinks you lie and getting to an and trying to get you to correct your testimony. And then you get charged with lying and then separately charged with trying to get someone to confirm your lives or not being a position to rebut your lies, those charges as we sometimes see, and it's really nice when it happens for a prosecutor, they overlap, and they reinforce each other. It's a really important point. Because it's not just that stone himself. Lied to stop. People from finding out people like congress from finding out the truth of what happened. He also was trying to get somebody else to lie, and it really is a step beyond which is why I think it's inappropriate charged. Given the the facts that we've seen and Randy credit go just to remind people. He's a comedian radio host and stones. He's been back and forth with Roger stone. He's also reported in the indictment to be stones back channel to Julian Assange, one of the bacterial to Julian Assange and again in the indictment. You know, he's received a number of threats from stone including threats to his therapy. Doug Bianca for Bianca. Did you Bianca is the only dog to have been in the grand jury the Muller grand jury because she's a therapy dog. So I read this morning that Bianca has actually been in the grandeur. But it is it's it's an extraordinary indictment in many ways, and it is kind of textbook..
"randy credit" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Let's look at. Let's look at what the charges are here. So. Stone testified falsely that he had that he did not have emails with third parties about the head of. And they call it organisation one. I'm just going to call it WikiLeaks. Because that's clearly what it is. Stone testified falsely that he did not have emails with third parties about the head of lakes, and that he did not have any documents emails or text messages that referred to the head of WikiLeaks. Now, can we begin with the premise that? Roger stone is not an idiot. So it was reported for years. That since January two thousand seventeen that the FBI was investigating Roger stone and monitoring his communications. So Roger would have to be an idiot to go before congress while he knows that prosecutors have access to his emails and text messages and claim that there are no emails now Roger claims that he didn't remember that he had emails with Randy credit card. Text messages with Randy credit talking about WikiLeaks, and that was on an old cell phone. And that now why would he lie about that? There's no reason to lie. There's nothing criminal about his interactions with Randy credit. Go who's labeled in the indictment is person too. So why would he lie? What do you think is more likely the fact that he lied, even though he knew that the FBI had full access to his communications or the fact that he genuinely was using a new cell phone and just forgot about it. Which is more likely if you think Roger's in idiot, then of course, it's more likely than he lied. I to me, it's it's incredible. So that's count one count to. Count of the false statement charges. Stone testified falsely that his August twenty sixteen references to being in contact with the head of WikiLeaks were references to communications with a single go-between mutual friend and intermediary who stoned identified as person to. I don't think that's false at all. Based on what we know here. The next count. Stone testified falsely that he did not ask the person he referred to as his go between mutual friend and intermediary to communicate anything to the head of WikiLeaks. And did not ask the intermediary to do anything on stones behalf. Well, if you look at these text messages here, I could see where they could now him on that because well, actually, no I can't actually. Because I don't see him asking anything of Julian Assange. At all. In these communications with with Randy credit, go. But that doesn't mean I don't see that the next one. Stone testified falsely that is he and the person he referred to as his go between. It's ready credit. Go did not communicate via text message or Email about about WikiLeaks at the same thing as the first one. So did stone not remember or did he intentionally lie that he didn't have text messages with Randy credit, go, Leslie? These are the five instances in which he allegedly lied to congress. Lastly stone testified falsely that he had never discussed his conversation with Randi credit, go with anyone involved in the Trump campaign. Now, this is this could be particularly damaging if this is true, then that would show that people in the Trump campaign knew about what he was doing. So now this was reported by the New York Times back in November. And I had Roger on the radio at that point. I asked him Roger the New York Times is reporting that you're the conduit between WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign is that true. This is what he said at the time. Limit November fourth of last year. Let me ask you that question that was asked in that New York Times headline one were you a pipeline from the Trump campaign to WikiLeaks, absolutely, positively as I testified under oath before the house intelligence committee where by the way, despite the ravings of Adam. Eric soi? Well, and other hyper partisans who are protected by their congressional immunity from lawsuits. One hundred percent of my testimony before the committee is accurate and truthful. Now, I have a updated it as I've learned new things, but I have never painted it. And I had no direct contact with WikiLeaks or Julian Assange other than the direct messages on Twitter with WikiLeaks, which I disclosed and provided to the house intelligence committee in which were promptly leaked to the Atlantic magazine. Edited and published now those are benign, so I had no advance notice of the content or the source of the WikiLeaks. Material. I did get a tip from the New York. Former New York radio talk show host Randy credit co who told me in late July what Assange had announced in June of twenty sixteen on CNN. And that he had on Hillary and would publish big a bombshell devastating would change the race or destroy. Hillary. Remember credit co was a Bernie Sanders supporter later, reveals Stein. Supporters certainly not a supporter of Donald Trump, but not a supporter of Hillary Clinton. And that remains accurate to this day. All right now, the one aspect that I want to correct one text message that Roger sent to Randy on on September eighteenth 2016 was I'm emailing you a request to pass onto Assange. Randy responded. Okay. Edited later, a text message just remember do not name me as your connection to WikiLeaks. You had one before you before that you referred to. So that would seem to indicate that Roger in that one instance, give give false testimony before the house intelligence committee. There may be more than that. Roger is going to be on with Joe Piscopo tomorrow. We'll ask him about that. So I those are the false statement counts. Now, let's go through these text messages that he had with. Rent of with ready credit cards and his relationship with Randy critical. Randy credit go is and we're gonna break here. I'm going to get into more of it. Randy Randy credit. Go is a comedian. Not particularly funny in impressionist. Not particularly good one. He I've known Randy for about nine years. Randy is a drug addict and an alcoholic and is nothing to do with people that are battling issues with addiction. But. You would not take much of what they say too. Seriously. I'll never forget. We were at a campaign rally in twenty ten. Because I was working on Kristin Davis campaign. She was running for governor. And Randy was running for US Senate on the same ticket. Randy was her running and Randy came, and he made such a scene and Randy always smells. He just smells awful. And he would oh as long as I've known him. Randy has always begged me to be on radio. He's desperate for attention. He's a total Griffin. His real talent has been persuading influential or wealthy people to think that he's worth spending time or money on and Randy at this rally is just begging me for cocaine now. I've never done cocaine in my life. Again, I'm kind of libertarian than drug use whatever you wanna do. God bless, but Randy, and I'm gonna read some of his previous messages to me in the next segment. He is obsessed with Roger stone. He's obsessed with being a player. He's obsessed with getting attention. And now so Randy was the go-between at least according to Roger between him. And Julian Assange Randy has claimed through his attorney this week, and before the grand jury that he was not I believe Randy Randy credit, go perjured himself. So and these text messages that are in the indictment itself seem to support that and yet there's no indictment for Randy credit go there's not twenty-seven agents knocking down Randy credit goes door at six o'clock in the morning rain. He's probably listening right now because he's probably tickled pink that somebody's mentioning his name on the radio. So. Randy was hosting a show on WBAI, August twenty third two thousand sixteen Randy has Roger stone on as a guest. Randy asks Roger the question you've been in touch directly with songs, can you? Give us any kind of insight now coupon ran he's asking the question. But Randy knows he's been in touch with Assange because Randy's the one that has passed on the messages, so many from the indictments out you've been in touch with indirectly with Assange. Can you give us any kind of insight? Is there an October surprise happening stone response? Well, first of all, I don't want to intimate in any way that I control or have influence with Assange because I don't we have a mutual friend somebody we both trust. And therefore, I am a recipient of pretty good information. So you understand Rogers describing Randy back to Randy. But the audience doesn't know that. So. Let me let me take a break. Let me play one more. Let me take a break because I can go on forever. You have to do the whole show on this because I know it's complicated. But the bottom line is I think there's maybe only one instance that I see of Roger making a false statement to congress witness tampering. Totally bogus obstruction of preceding totally books. This is clearly selective. Prosecution and is clearly being prosecuted because of his long standing relationship with Donald Trump. Whether you're a Trump supporter or not, this should bother you. It should bother you. When twenty nine FBI agents are sent to a sixty six year old man's house at six o'clock in the morning when he gladly would have surrendered on his own and a guy that has no history of weapons violence or anything like that. This is what a police state looks like and this should bother you. Whether you're the biggest Trump hater in the world. You can't think this is. Okay. You can't because this is completely unamerican. And if you don't like Roger stone, and I understand that a lot of people don't. Pretend it's someone that you don't that. You do like. Eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine four with.
"randy credit" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Can assume with a high degree of confidence that credit co is person number two. You can also assume with very high confidence that Jerome Corsi is person number one in the dight -ment molar alleges that that stone tried to communicate to congress that his intermediary to WikiLeaks or the person he was talking about WikiLeaks, the most with was Randy credit co when in fact, according to the indictment in fact Jerome Corsi who at the time was affiliated with WikiLeaks. Who is one of the early propagators of the birther conspiracy theory was actually the person who had the most overlap in terms of his connection with Waikiki. Leaks and then with Roger stone. I don't have a great sense of the significance of why Roger stone would have tried to mislead congress on this point. But clearly it was significant to him if not he wouldn't have if assuming the facts and the indictment or correct if not he wouldn't have risked potential jail time to try to engage in that type of sleight of hand. So that's a big thing. We're watching for future. Revelations from Muller's team is how the Coursey credit coast stone story kind of plays itself all the way out right? And now, the credit go, and Durham course, e or Roger stone I've seen Jerome is sort of on opposite sides now in terms of their stories Paul indictment a pretty straightforward narrative. I'll read a little bit of it on our on or about the same day September eighteen twenty sixteen stone Email person to who we maybe Randy credit co in an article with allegations against then candidate Clinton related to her service. The secretary of state stone stated please ask the head of organization one presumably Jill. Assange for any state or H E mail from August, ten through all this thirty particularly on August, twenty twenty eleven that mentioned the subject of the article or confirm this narrative as a prosecutor is that just Roger stone realizing that WikiLeaks has stuff anyway. And just saying, hey, if you're already releasing things here are some of our orders moves placing a few orders or is that a conspiracy to commit a crime. Well, that's the question that Robert Muller is has to be centered on right now. And so what we know is that even though stone is indicted that the investigation of him continues. I think it's clear that Muller would love for Roger stone to flip to turn states evidence. We see that in part based on how the rate was conducted. Now, of course, there was legal reason to have security because there was concern about destruction of evidence, maybe officer safety, but joy twenty nine. Armed FBI agents. Seventeen squaw squad cars squat t six AM rate. That's extra. And I think what mother was doing was sending a message to Roger stone. If this is how the criminal Justice system treats people who are presumed to be innocent. Imagine what happens if you're convicted of a crime, you're do Paul Manafort he's sitting in solitary confinement, right now, if you don't want that result, you are looking right now that jail for the rest of your life. You'd better think about making a deal with us. Interesting in Betsy, you know, the other thing was Roger stone. Randy credit co if you believe he's person to was telling him per the indictment. Why don't you just.
"randy credit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"A Cumulus station. Stone charged Trump reacts, I'm like moss longtime Trump associate Roger stone has just been released on bond after being charged by the special counsel with seven counts including witness tampering and making false statements. Correspondent Nick Valencia was in the south Florida courtroom. The judge gave him just instructions let him know that he was being held on a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar bond a signature bond where he didn't have to put any money down a so long as he agreed to appear when he was notified to appear before court. He spoke very little was very respectful of the gibe more from correspondent Sara Murray has a lot to do with Rogers testimony to the house intelligence committee. That is where the obstruction of Justice charge comes from that is where the making false statements charge comes from the witness tampering has to do with Roger stone's interactions with a guy named Randy credit, go who is New York radio host the person that Roger stone insisted backchannel to WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, that's something. Randy credit? Go has denied. Guide. President Trump reacted to the charges calling the investigation. A witch-hunt special counsel Mueller has no current plans to bring new charges against former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort for allegedly breaching his plea deal district. Judge Amy Berman Jackson says she'll determine whether Manafort lied when he was cooperating with Muller on this thirty fifth day of the government shutdown lawmakers feeling the heat congressman, Dan Kildee says the president shouldn't declare a national emergency. But there has to be an emergency. And you can't create one out of a political problem that he's trying to solve his emergency is a political emergence light delays in New York, New jersey and Philadelphia today as sick calls from paid air traffic controllers caused the latest problem from the government shutdown house. Democrats today may offer a new proposal to end the shutdown on Wall Street, all pointing green the Dow was up to thirty five SNP up twenty six NASDAQ up ninety two. I'm Mike moss. By lose debts. Are you drowning in debt? Are you struggling to make minimum payments? Did you know that on average a household with at least one credit card struggles with over ten thousand in credit card debt? If this sounds.
"randy credit" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"As we continue. Roger stone is with us seemingly in the crosshairs now of Robert Mueller and his band of democratic donors, and what is the quintessential Weisman Muller tactics. Now Jerome Corsi says he's not going to sign a plea agreement. That would have probably kept him out of jail. Paul manafort's cooperation agreement has gone. He's also as well as Corsi now apparently and joint defense agreements with the White House. I guess the question is what would the crime be? If you did know that some something was going to be published. We do have a case called the Pentagon papers. If you were call, well, I'd have to be in receipt of stolen material to have any kind of case made against me. And of course, I was I was trafficking in political information. And yes, there's no question, Sean, I took a tip from Randy credit co that the Assad held material was significant and hyped it relentlessly on tweet not to. Aggrandize myself not to suck up to the Trump campaign, but to try to drive voter and media attention to the disclosures when they came 'cause I was sure by somebody. I thought nobody was talking about that. They would be devastating. Have you have you ever done this and been wrong? No, no. But I'll tell you. What is more amazing to me hold that thought because I'll pick it up there. And we got a longer segment on the other side, Roger stone. His book stones rules. We'll get to that his relationship with the president much more on the other side, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number quick break right back. We'll continue straight ahead. You are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show in stay tuned more memorable moments..
"randy credit" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Smaller investigation for a variety of reasons, including breaking news, the president just tweeting about I swear to you. I don't know how this works of the universe. Just the lines. But we intended for this very blocks talk about Mahler, the president some sixty seconds ago. Now tweeting about Lawler, so let's let's integrate him here. Quote, the inner workings of the Mahler investigation are a total mess. They have found no collusion and have gone. Absolutely nuts. They are screaming and shouting at people horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want. They are a disgrace to our nation. Now, the end of this is he's got more coming. I saw there's an ellipses at the end of this tweet, which means we'll have more for you play by the end of this segment, but the president clearly upset with Muller investigation. But I felt like this week Mary his legal team had won a meaningful victory over Muller in the sense that they convince them we only one question is in writing and we're not talking about obstruction. You can ask us about Russian collusion. But we're not having a conversation about obstruction all the news reporting suggesting that's what they got. Isn't it interesting that all we hear leaks about the Trump administration accusations that oh the Trump administration's in such disarray? How often do we hear periodically John Kelly's getting thrown out? And and they just pick someone in. This person's getting thrown out, all these leaks. This is really the first time. We've heard anything about the inner workings of the Muller administer Muller investigation, and seems to be well, everything they say about the Trump administration people shouting and yelling at each other. And and total chaos. Interesting. I'm the president's give it giving it this morning, which is just chaos in the mall investigation screaming and threatening at people. And he's obviously he's sick of that. So he's expressing it this morning in a rare rare exposition as you pointed out of how he views the Muller investigation and his interactions with them. Yeah. Well, speaking of the Muller investigation, as you said, we plan to talk about this Robert Muller has been investigating whether Roger stone had any kind of advance knowledge of WikiLeaks plan to release the emails that were gotten from John Podesta, right? And that seems to be the big thing. Roger stone has said all along. I didn't know anything about this. I didn't know anything about this the ice sent here. It was coming for the Podesta's. Meaning both the brothers. It had nothing to do with these this WikiLeaks thing, but but Muller's teams kept going and going and going and they interviewed a man Randy credit, go and it. Radio host and comedian. Apparently and also is a blog, and he seems to be the connection between Roger stone and Julian Assange with WikiLeaks and Roberts stones like, I don't know anything. I had no connection with with Julian Assange with this with knowing whether WikiLeaks is sending this information out will now text messages were released yesterday that appear to support Roger stone's testimony that this Randy credit. Go was his source for information about WikiLeaks and ready credit go road to stone in one of these text messages, he wrote to Roger stone on August, twenty seventh Julian Assange has kryptonite on Hillary, and he said, you're not going to drag my name into this are you he wrote then on a month later in September suggesting that he was worried that Roger stone identify him as his source for these public claims that he was making about WikiLeaks. A week later here. It's big news Wednesday, and that was just a couple of days before Wiki leaks began releasing the emails says now pretend you don't know me critical rights to Roger stone. Yes, now, Roger stone's lawyer actually had to have these text messages extracted from an old cellphone, and he did that obviously to show that his his client was saying exactly what he's big supports. What he's been saying all along credit goes suggested in the texts that his source for some of the information about leaky. Wikileaks was one of the group's lawyers who was one of his best friends. And Roger stone has long been claiming that the lawyer Margaret Ratner counselor was the source for credit. Go. So in other words, here it just seems like in stones case, these text messages exonerate the notion that he's directly connected to Assange. Exactly. And guess what? Nothing of it. None of it has to do with Trump again. None of this has to do with Donald Trump with the president. Right. And that's what we're supposed to be. That's what I thought we were supposed to be investigating the president. And and and collusion with the Russians. There's not there again in the end. It's going to be like malls. Just gonna pop anybody. He can for perjury, including Randy here. That's all this is. And then we're not gonna and then like, what's the collusion crime? We're supposed to nobody's ever made that clear. Yeah. Well, it won't matter because the left wants to be able to tell you know, thirteen indictments from the Muller investigation. See we told you it was necessary magic. Yeah. It's magic seven twenty two on wwl.
"randy credit" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"We're covering a lot of developing stories right now hours away from a critical recount deadline right here in Florida, and I've got new reporting tonight with Democrats digging in lawsuits flying plus witnesses talking about Bob Muller bearing down on whether Roger stone legally intimidated witnesses, including someone you might recognize Randy credit co also tonight, the Trump tapes, a new lawsuit. Trying to force the release of unseen videos from the apprentice lawyer leading the charge is here on the beat. But our top story is the Blue Wave changing the Trump era, as we know it the New Democrats who flipped the house arriving in Washington today for the first time you can see these new freshmen to house class posing for their official photo. And if you know that old saying, this is what democracy looks like. Well, we're about to show you what democracy looks like when today's two parties, welcome their newly elected members of their carcasses because it is a stark divide between the new Republican members of congress that you see here and the new democratic members of congress, obviously larger group because democrat. It's went so many seats, and that group simply looks a lot more like America because it has more women more diversity than the new GOP members. And this is Trump has to face starting in January. And that seems to be forcing a change of mood from his first reaction to the election results last week. You're a man who likes to win. But last night was not an absolute victory for you on be honest. I thought it was I thought it was a very close to complete victory to paraphrase. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the president's entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts..
"randy credit" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Turkey reels I'm Mike marks who morose is coming up with a tell all book that painted unflattering picture of President Trump Bob Costantini reports the. Book accuses, the president of being racist Omarosa wrote the book after spending about a year as a White House. Aide without, much portfolio she writes they during her time came quote growing realization that Donald Trump was indeed a racist bigot enema, intimacy end quote the one time popular. Apprentice contestant also says she had heard of, apprentice outtakes, where Mr.. Trump used the inward repeatedly though she did not hear them herself the book unhinged is due out next week White House press secretary Sarah Sanders replies in. A statement instead of telling the truth about all. The good, President. Trump and his administration are doing to make America safe and prosperous this book is riddled with lies and false accusations. Bob Costantini Washington the fragile Turkish economy is being jilted by new US sanctions on steel and aluminum President, Trump, is demanding Turkey returned in American pasture accused of spying Turkey's currency is in freefall today but Turkish leaders say they won't be strong arm and valid retaliate against the US Roger stone's friend Randy credit goes been subpoenaed to appear before the Muller Russia investigation grand jury. Corespondent Jessica, Schneider co had initially refused a voluntary interview with the special counsel team but now we know rainy. Credit go, has in fact agreed to a voluntary interview hell also this grand jury subpoena is four September seventh so not too, far away less than a month away. Stone clay that credit go was his back, channel to, WikiLeaks founder. Julian Assange during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign mysterious recess for time in the Bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort prosecution. Had intended to wrap up the case today the. Dow was, down. Two hundred forty eight s and p down twenty three while the NASDAQ is down Sixty.
"randy credit" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Roses, coming up with a tell all book, it paints an unflattering picture of President Trump. Bob Costantini reports. The book accuses the president of being racist Omarosa wrote the book after spending about a year as a White House aide without much portfolio. She writes that during her time came quote growing realization that Donald Trump was indeed a racist bigot enema Sanjiv east end quote, the one time popular apprentice contestant also says she had heard of apprentice outtakes where Mr. Trump used the n. word repeatedly, though she did not hear them herself. The book unhinged is due out next week, White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders replies in a statement instead of telling the truth about all the good President Trump and his administration are doing to make America safe and prosperous. This book is riddled with lies and false accusations. Bob Costantini, Washington. The fragile Turkish economy is being jilted by new US sanctions on steel and aluminum. President Trump is demanding. Turkey returned in American pastor. Accused of spying Turkey's currency is in freefall today, but. Turkish leaders say they won't be strong arm and vowed retaliate against the US Roger stone's. Friend Randy credit goes been subpoenaed to appear before the Muller Russia investigation grand jury corespondent Jessica Schneider co had initially refused of, all in Terry interview with social counsels team but now we know where any credit go has in fact agreed to a, voluntary interview hell also this grand jury. Subpoena is four September seventh so not too, far away, less than. A month away stone claim that credit co was his back channel to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign mysterious recess for time. In the Bank and tax fraud trial of former. Trump campaign, chairman. Paul Manafort prosecution had intended to wrap up the case today the Dow was down. Two hundred forty eight. S and p down twenty. Three while the NASDAQ is down sixty by Mike, moss You wouldn't put a square peg in a round hall so why would you deploy a traditional. Firewall in a modern. Decentralized network firewalls have new requirements for businesses leveraging SaaS based applications and public cloud platforms like, AWS Azure and Google cloud we're in the cloud generation now so.
"randy credit" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Thousand sixteen he also provided another boarding pass showing he flew on delta airlines from los angeles overnight to miami florida on august third he would have arrived just before dawn on august fourth the day he sent the email about dining julian assange the night before if he was on a cross country flight the reported boarding passes show dinner with assange would have been impossible the daily caller also reports stones credit card shows payments at a deli in santa monica august second plus hotel in baggage fees for august third putting him in los angeles thousands of miles away from ecuador's embassy in london where julian assange has been since two thousand twelve under asylum meanwhile stone publicly claimed he had a back channel to his sons someone he later named to be new york radio host randy credit credito even though credit go denied that in the daily beast credit go refuse to talk about it during an interview last am not at liberty courtesy of my counsel to talk about roger stone or talk about wikileaks talk about julian assange all these conflicting statements we know stone and wikileaks have communicated in these private twitter messages now made public october thirteenth two thousand sixteen stone messages wikileaks that since he's been defending them in assange they may want to reexamine the strategy of attacking him we appreciate that however the false claims of our association are being used by the democrats to undermine the impact of our publications don't go there if you don't want us to correct you randi kaye cnn new york and we're back now with roger stone so mr sewn in your testimony on capitol hill which you want it to be public they didn't allow that you testified anyway you denied any direct communication with julian assange back on august eighth two thousand sixteen you said in the public appearance that you actually have communicated with assange there's obviously diff.
"randy credit" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"That's where you going do carson idyllic real but of course as well as a matter of fact he is the tommy new show the political scene i add that sealed my fate notes here trendy critical after this appearance on the tonight show randy credit goes career went downhill and it never quite recovered he port himself into activism and he's been very open about pouring himself into alcohol and drugs and having problems in his relationships believe me he's a surreal character and you should check out that documentary about his life any way over the past year randy has been hosting a show on pacific a radio station wbai in new york it's called live on the fly with randy credit co and his show gained somewhat of an international audience when randy did a twelve part series on wikileaks and it's founder julian assange randy did several interviews with a sign she interviewed assange as mother anne interviewed people that have been working with assange and there's no doubt randy is a passionate supporter and advocate for julian assange which brings us back to the subpoena that randy received that by the way was signed by the chair of the intelligence committee republican devon newness that here's what this is about randy had former trump adviser and still apparently trump close friend roger stone on his radio series on julian assange roger stone of course was one of nixon's henchmen and he is more famous in the current times for seeming to know ahead of time that wikileaks was going to be releasing emails about hillary clinton and john podesta's emails and the dnc communications roger stone as a huge mouth and he openly bragged that he had this source close to wikileaks that was feeding him this information in advance and then when stone recently appeared himself before the house committee he reportedly told the congress members on that committee that randy critical was in fact his secret source that was giving him information from julian assange and then randy got hit with this subpoena so to discuss this really bizarre sordid tale is the man with the subpoena and his hand randy credit co randy welcome to intercepted uh jeremy it's great to be here.