23 Burst results for "Robert Miller"

Gold Star Parents Angry With Biden Over Afghanistan Debacle

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Gold Star Parents Angry With Biden Over Afghanistan Debacle

"Senator. Joni ernst joins me. Good morning center. Good morning hugh Just before you called. I had a call from fill in orlando who has eight veteran and a gold star father and he told us the name of his son staff. Sergeant robert miller. I looked it up. Staff sergeant miller medal of honor recipient for conspicuous extraordinary gallantry in afghanistan on january twenty fifth of two thousand eight. His father did not mention that because he was speaking gold star parents. Everywhere there in agony over this debacle. Senator and i mean humility in the fact that he didn't tell us his son medal of honor recipient itself honorable but i think he wanted to make a broader point. Which is it's a very tough time for people like you and for veterans but especially for gold star families. Yeah absolutely a hue and one of my dearest friends is a gold star wife and she has been speaking quite loudly. She's been you know out. I'm talking on radio shows just that the sacrifice said her husband made in afghanistan nearly a decade ago and are gold star. Families are often those forgotten once they have sacrificed so much and yet they fall outside of the the normal everyday thinking. We're thinking about our wounded where we're thinking about the veterans that served because we can speak out but we allow the memories of those old star families Their loved ones just fade away and we shouldn't ever do that because their sacrifice is greater than any of us.

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"robert miller" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:12 min | Last month

"robert miller" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Robert say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. Hey j. l. d. and what's up to fire nation. Look i believe that you can be successful at any age and at any time in your life and most people would disagree with that. They think that if you don't succeed when you're young that's it game over. Well i'm a musician. And i had a youthful dream to become a rock star but life got in the way like it does for so many of us. My dream faded away not just for a few years but for a few decades but i finally jumped into the deep end of the pool and it was the best thing that i ever did in fire nation. We're going to do a deep dive on that story because so many of you including myself by the way are going to resonate with is you're gonna pull value bombs inspiration motivation because today is all about following your dream fire nation by listening to the story of somebody who finally followed his dream and what that looks like so as you kind of mentioned earlier roberts you were a child in as he child your dream was to become a rockstar. Share that dream with us. While you're absolutely right. I was born into a family where my father played music and i was taught from an early age that i was going to be a musician and they started me on piano and i didn't love trumpet. Because that was my father's instrument. And then my world changed in the nineteen sixties when this little band from liverpool came around and played on the ed sullivan show and i'm talking of course about the beatles. Everybody wanted to be a musician at that point. And certainly i did too and i formed a little band with mike. You know my friends and started to play. And i switched to base because i had already learned how to play the treble cleft from the trumpet and somebody had to play the bass. And that's how. I became a bass player and i kept playing the bass and i was. I was sure. I was going to be a rockstar. That was my destiny. But you know what life doesn't always take you in the direction that you think it's going to take you and.

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"robert miller" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | Last month

"robert miller" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Robert say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. Hey j. l. d. and what's up to fire nation. Look i believe that you can be successful at any age and at any time in your life and most people would disagree with that. They think that if you don't succeed when you're young that's it game over. Well i'm a musician. And i had a youthful dream to become a rock star but life got in the way like it does for so many of us. My dream faded away not just for a few years but for a few decades but i finally jumped into the deep end of the pool and it was the best thing that i ever did in fire nation. We're going to do a deep dive on that story because so many of you including myself by the way are going to resonate with is you're gonna pull value bombs inspiration motivation because today is all about following your dream fire nation by listening to the story of somebody who finally followed his dream and what that looks like so as you kind of mentioned earlier roberts you were a child in as he child your dream was to become a rockstar. Share that dream with us. While you're absolutely right. I was born into a family where my father played music and i was taught from an early age that i was going to be a musician and they started me on piano and i didn't love trumpet. Because that was my father's instrument. And then my world changed in the nineteen sixties when this little band from liverpool came around and played on the ed sullivan show and i'm talking of course about the beatles. Everybody wanted to be a musician at that point. And certainly i did too and i formed a little band with mike. You know my friends and started to play. And i switched to base because i had already learned how to play the treble cleft from the trumpet and somebody had to play the bass. And that's how. I became a bass player

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Follow Your Dream with Robert Miller

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | Last month

Follow Your Dream with Robert Miller

"Robert say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. Hey j. l. d. and what's up to fire nation. Look i believe that you can be successful at any age and at any time in your life and most people would disagree with that. They think that if you don't succeed when you're young that's it game over. Well i'm a musician. And i had a youthful dream to become a rock star but life got in the way like it does for so many of us. My dream faded away not just for a few years but for a few decades but i finally jumped into the deep end of the pool and it was the best thing that i ever did in fire nation. We're going to do a deep dive on that story because so many of you including myself by the way are going to resonate with is you're gonna pull value bombs inspiration motivation because today is all about following your dream fire nation by listening to the story of somebody who finally followed his dream and what that looks like so as you kind of mentioned earlier roberts you were a child in as he child your dream was to become a rockstar. Share that dream with us. While you're absolutely right. I was born into a family where my father played music and i was taught from an early age that i was going to be a musician and they started me on piano and i didn't love trumpet. Because that was my father's instrument. And then my world changed in the nineteen sixties when this little band from liverpool came around and played on the ed sullivan show and i'm talking of course about the beatles. Everybody wanted to be a musician at that point. And certainly i did too and i formed a little band with mike. You know my friends and started to play. And i switched to base because i had already learned how to play the treble cleft from the trumpet and somebody had to play the bass. And that's how. I became a bass player

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"robert miller" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"robert miller" Discussed on Native America Calling

"We'll have a better future together. All right. Thank you for that and with that we got wrap things up here. Thank you to everybody. We heard from as well as maybe your thoughts later on in an mail Thank you to genitive Chowdhury as well as Robert Miller and second chief beaver that's going to wrap it up for our show today. Join US tomorrow. As we talk about Kobe nineteen testing.

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"robert miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"robert miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"His once again is Michael I'm not Michael either not in like a lot of ninety thank you very much he may be the saving of the Republic if you are something of a folk hero now have an ID an apology saying I'm not for reading Michael I've seen you everywhere what do you love to say I was wrong rather you have a lot to say I'm just dying to hear two things people like you I'm the only person right here Donald Trump fears more than Robert Miller we think you guys are the tip of the spear this going to take down Donald Trump eleven dot is a beast okay that's true and he's at least he has a great big recalling here that being a lawyer is minimal compared to what he's doing no one has talked tougher directly to Donald Trump on TV the Michael have an ID and Donald Trump is afraid to mention his name well I'm not sure that's only half by the way that's only half of all the caves that was done done of an Audi I've got more that subject did you hear people to judge talking to Planned Parenthood he put a judge in front of a Planned Parenthood event they are at a Planned Parenthood event talking about how abortion is freedom and if you don't think that's what he meant you tell me freedom is one.

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Rep. Jerry Nadler talks next steps of "holding Trump accountable"

WBZ Midday News

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Rep. Jerry Nadler talks next steps of "holding Trump accountable"

"On the house Judiciary Committee after laying out their next steps in the Russia probe into president trump say this did not end with Robert Muller this week in fact chairman Nadler says the mullah report was fuel to dig deeper he told us to Donald Trump obstructed justice and abuses office by tampering with witnesses attempting to block the investigation in attempting to fire the special counsel at a news conference Nadler said his panel in effect has already been conducting an impeachment inquiry of the president the house is seeking Mahler's grand jury secrets now and with that part of the story from the White House here's CBS the Stephen Portnoy it's the movies threaten to make for nearly four months house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler says Alaska federal judge for access to the secret grand jury material Robert Miller gathered that would include testimony from witnesses such as former White House counsel don McGann Nadler says a loss so ask a judge to enforce a subpoena from again to have him answer lawmakers questions about the president's desire to fire the special counsel the president calls all of this which Han and a hoax Republican senator Lindsey Graham on fox news last night said the hatred for trump knows no boundaries and the haters used

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"robert miller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Robert Miller re iterated his report didn't exonerate trump still Democrats had hoped he would more clearly indicate trump had obstructed justice Republicans accused Muller of leading a partisan investigation Franco or Dona as NPR news the White House Tom negotiators from the US and China will meet face to face in Shanghai next week for another round of trade talks after a long break and guards Emily Fang reports they face uncertain prospects for ending the ongoing trade dispute this is the first in person meeting since may when talks collapsed after the US accused Beijing of walking back its concessions treasury secretary Stephen Yushin and trade representative Robert like Heiser talked with Chinese negotiators by phone earlier this month China wants the US to lift all tariffs on two hundred and fifty billion dollars of Chinese goods the US meanwhile once trying to buy more US goods and change its laws to better protect American investment and technology and neither side is back down last week new shin told CNBC that complicated issues still remain Emily saying NPR news Washington federal regulators have confirmed a five billion dollar fine again social networking giant Facebook over privacy violations the largest fine ever levied against a tech company and stems from revelations the data mining firm Cambridge analytica obtained information on eighty seven million Facebook users prior to the twenty sixteen election fell trade commission also saying it intends to put in place new oversight over the company's CEO mark Zuckerberg here's FTC commissioner Christine Wilson in his own words Facebook's CEO prefers to move fast and break things and so for this reason it was clear that we needed to erect speed bumps requiring both Mr soccer Berg and Facebook to slow down and take care with consumer privacy part of the deals are Berg will have to personally certify his company's compliance with its privacy programs a builder Boeing now says it may have to shut down production of the seven thirty seven MAX jetliner if the grounding of the claim extends beyond the company's October forecast Boeing CEO and **** chairman it does Mollen Berg underscoring some of the uncertainty around the company what is been the best selling plane after two fatal crashes resulted in the airplane being grounded back in March on Wall Street today the Dow was lower down seventy nine points this is NPR rapper meek mill has been granted a new trial an appeals court in Pennsylvania today overturning the conviction that left him on probation for a decade NPR's call and wire reports the case it made me well the crusader for criminal justice reform back in two thousand nine after his conviction on drug and gun related charges meek mill whose real name is Robert Williams faced up to nearly two years in jail and another can on probation in two thousand seventeen he was sent back to prison for violating the probation the case drew intense media coverage and raise questions about the criminal justice system because of how it was handled by the judge now a three judge panel has ruled unanimously to vacate the original conviction saying new evidence would likely result in a different verdict the appeals court also overturned a probation violation and remove the original judge from the cakes called wire NPR news New York an executive at a major drug distribution firm linked to the nation's opioid crisis maintains the business does not have an obligation to the public when it comes to shipping prescription pain killers this version was outlined in thousands of pages of court documents were made public this week it came in a deposition this year and associate general counsel for cardinal health in the company's obligation is to operate in accordance with the law the statute regulation and guidance drug makers and distributors are increasingly under fire for their role in the nation's opioid crisis blame for more than four hundred thousand deaths in the US grow futures prices fell today oil down eighty nine cents a barrel to end the session at fifty five eighty eight a barrel on the New York mercantile exchange I am Jack's spear NPR.

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"robert miller" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on KTRH

"On the war path he said it has been reported that Robert Miller is saying he did not why and interview for the job of F. B. I. director with me the day before he was appointed special counsel I hope you didn't say that under oath because we have numerous witnesses to the interview including the vice president now mother didn't say I don't think he knew what he was answering and again I know some of you think that he's faking this this being a doddering old man and I will take that under advisement but I think a lot of stuff you don't know what is being asked what happens fox I hope somebody grabs a hook and gets me out of here before this happens to me what do you what do you shaking your head out of there well I know it would never happen to me but it happens to some people you know I I didn't look but but anyway he was literally Ashley you you didn't apply for the job after that not all are doing well I interviewed but our goal well I even though this is outside the purview no I did not apply and trump says that hell he didn't he did apply he did interview and I turned them down and the next day he takes the special counsel gag and from saying I hope you didn't say this under oath there is an implied threat there then if he said this under oath phenomena produce I'm a produced some some witnesses Graham sound bite let's see yeah out somebody number two yeah we have here a montage from this morning of Mahler and his answers now some of you might think this is unfair but it isn't we do this with a lot of people we prepare montage is we've done it with Hillary and how she can't remember things our this is just a collection of attempts by mother to answer you know series of questions from both Republicans and Democrats well we I had the outset came to the president's culpability we needed to we need a we need to go well as that of the president was not the president was not as coping exculpate and I would say you I could tell you the statement would be to that you would not indict a sitting president she's we cannot be indicted I take it let me take that back I I would have to look I would have to check in the in the in the wake could you repeat that please that went a little fast for me insufficient evidence on pardon you're going to repeat them and I leave it with the report can you repeat the question can you read the last question well I have an exam can you repeat the question can you repeat the question and I remember cannot remember it that would be reprieve to report judge outside the purview if you're ever for your report I just read from the report well and I know the owners as well as their minds into pretty accurate pretty accurate it's a it's it's in your report I just read it well and then at that yeah by the way I just came across a story line info Babe at salon dot com the headline Robert Mahler's reticence an eloquent case for impeaching trump Robert Muller was terse indirect and reluctant that's exactly why Congress must begin an impeachment inquiry not hardly delusion folks precisely because Muller was sold doddering and so out of it and so you'll prepared is the exact reason why we've gotta go forward with impeachment we will take a break here bottom of the hour break coming up and before you know it your Houston's news weather or traffic.

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"robert miller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Now let me repeat this a little bit more time Robert Miller was asked if Russian meddling resulted in any votes been changed or any election outcome being altered he refused anti I ought to be on the part of the of the question I don't I I can't go there and I forget who the Republican was answering the choir asking the questions but he was incredulous as a way to you can't you can't talk about Russian meddling our our resume on the birth did you read it for me repeat the question and they repeat the question it's filled with double negatives is still that nobody's being asked fox it was it even admitted that this was an investigation that was not run from top down he admitted that he was he was if you knew how to hear listen listen he knew he was he was not engaged this isn't this a classic no show job that he had but I don't feel sorry for him I don't feel sorry for him in the slightest and they're they're they're even in the Democrats are tweeting sympathy a what a great hero his band what a wonderful man they know about treating him like he's he's somebody they don't recognize anymore because this this this performance that I was a I it was a shock to the debit I'll tell you this I will guarantee you that if there were a really bright single Democrat leader they would cancel ships committee hearing this afternoon they wouldn't risk it they wouldn't risk another three hours because who knows what he may step in going forward they want to describe a trigger impeachment they wanted this guy to admit that trump is guilty but that he couldn't charging Congress has to do what they want and and he wouldn't do it and and and the Democrats have been mortally let down because of this but back to this business about Russian interference not only did he refused to answer that question he was repeatedly asked the trump tower meeting you know a fifteen minute meeting at trump tower Donald Trump junior and Corey Lewandowski and some other people and the Russian honey pot valis this guy up they tried to make a big obstruction case and collusion case out of that meeting Republicans all morning so what do you know who that was not sky is Mister Muller do you know who blends Simpson is fusion GPS they're the people that hired Christopher steel to create this false document called the dossier on trump Mahler is close and before the trump tower meeting the Russian honey pot meets with Glenn Simpson and after the meeting she meets with Glenn Simpson she got instructions before the meeting how to conduct how to win trap and then after the meeting she had another meeting with some some fusion GPS to report how would have gone mother refused to comment I had jobs are my.

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"robert miller" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Now let me repeat this a little bit more time Robert Miller was as if Russian meddling resulted in any votes been changed or any election outcome being altered he refused anti IRA to be on the part of the of the question on I I can't go there and I forget who the Republican was answering choir asking me questions but he was incredulous as a way to you can't you can't talk about Russian meddling I'd rather be on the verge you repeat the question and I repeat the question is filled with double negatives is still that nobody's being asked fox it was it even admitted that this wise an investigation led was not run from top down he admitted that he was he was if you knew how to hear listen listen he no he was he was not engaged this isn't this a classic no show job that he had but I don't feel sorry for him I don't feel sorry for him in the slightest and they're they're they're even you know Democrats are tweeting sympathy a what a great hero his band what a wonderful man I know treating him like he's he's says somebody they don't recognize anymore because this this this performance that I was Hey I it was a shock to the Democrats I'll tell you this I will guarantee you that if there were a really bright single Democrat leader they would cancel ships committee hearing this afternoon they wouldn't risk it they wouldn't risk another three hours because who knows what he may step in going forward they want to describe a trigger impeachment they wanted this guy to admit that trump is guilty but that he couldn't charging Congress has to do what they want and and he wouldn't do it and and and the Democrats have been mortally let down because of this but back to this business about Russian interference not only did he refused to answer that question he was repeatedly asked the trump tower meeting you know a fifteen minute meeting at trump tower Donald Trump junior and Corey Lewandowski and some other people in the Russian honey pot balance this guy up thank tried to make a big obstruction case and collusion case out of that meeting Republicans all morning so what do you know who that was not sky is Mister Muller do you know who blends Simpson is fusion GPS they're the people that hired Christopher steel to create this false document called the dossier on trump Mahler is close and before the trump tower meeting the Russian honey pot meets with Glenn Sampson and after the meeting she meets with Glenn Simpson she got instructions before the meeting how to conduct how to win trap and then after the meeting she had another meeting with some sort of fusion GPS to report how would have gone mother refused to comment our jobs are that party missing is an island and I could read it back to me once the site so you've got a fifteen minute meeting that's got forty five pages written about it in the mother report and the minutes before and after he won't talk about you know why because he doesn't know I will bet you you don't we assume that everybody in Washington knows at least what we do we think they probably know more the swamp they run everything this guy I don't I really question how much he knows about fusion GPS and Glenn Simpson it is clear that his investigators didn't go anywhere near it it is clear his investigators purposefully avoided all aspects of Hillary Clinton campaign collusion with Russia and I don't know if this guy watches knows our resumes if if all he reads is The New York Times and Washington post I'll guarantee you he does not know about fusion GPS he doesn't know about these things and he was totally bamboozled by questions outside the purview so things that are in it and and these things are in the report fusion GPS is in the report that was this guy is in the report he refuses to answer questions about it now you could say that he is doing all this on purpose because he didn't want to give the Republicans ammo he was there simply to help the Democrats and I guess there may be a strain of that that that's possible but on this business of Russian interference in Russian meddling it was when they announced the indictments of these thirteen Russian troll farms it was Rosenstein it went out announced the indictment now these indictments were interesting because they were made of the as to create the illusion that there was Russian meddling in the election they indicted these thirteen Russian troll farms no weighing they would never be prosecuted knowing that the Russians would never extradite these people that have been accused these were just joke public relations indictments designed to make the office of special counsel look like they have established collusion when Rosenstein went on to announce these indictments and nobody reported this but he mentioned it at the end of his press conference he stressed in the media totally ignored he stressed in none of these indictments is an American citizen alleged to have been involved in none of these indictments are we alleging that a single vote has been changed in none of these indictments are we suggested the out come of any election was affected and soul Muller is false what was in steam publicly announced that no votes were changed no Alexian outcomes were altered Muller refused to answer the question well it's all dried my can't go that I'm gonna go yeah they're not entrance other people in Hernandez's looking and I I can't compromise research was that is not about anybody's ever investigation it's yours so does he not know old no all that no votes I mean did not answer the question you gotta know if you're running the investigation about trump colluding with Russia don't you think that it's a fundamental bit of information as to whether or not the Russians tampered with any elections changed any votes or alter the outcome of the election and Mahler purports not to know all the claim it's outside the purview of the hearing.

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DOJ tells Mueller to limit scope of testimony

Lee Mathews

04:21 min | 2 years ago

DOJ tells Mueller to limit scope of testimony

"It is one of the most anticipated congressional hearings in the years Robert Muller's testimony but what can we expect one of the interesting part about if we have that right off the bat all eyes expected to be on Capitol Hill with the exception of one set of eyes president trump said on Friday that he does not plan to watch former special counsel Robert Muller testimony I for one find it hard to believe I think it's gonna wait and see if Republicans can get some questions in here in regards to the steel dossier whether they get some questions in regards to the anti trump bias in the FBI agents I think all of that is going to become a big portion of the present so rest assured I'll have the split screen only have one screen of the entirety of the Mahler questioning that's going on the mall hearings and then I'll have my my iPhone right there open up to present from Twitter just follow along with one thing there but this is most definitely going to be Democrats are hoping this is going to be must see television moment because we know only three percent of Americans have read all of the Miller report only ten percent of Americans have read some of the mall a report so you're looking at somewhere in the range of ninety seven plus percent that Republicans are hoping to hit with having a live television version of the mall a report here because we know Robert Muller said he's going to limit his talking to everything that is within the four corners of the report and that seemingly is what Democrats want they would be happy with him sitting down like was twelve the night before Christmas opening report and reading from that because they feel like that will give the public an understanding increased understanding of what's actually in the report not the interpretation from the Attorney General not the interpretation from president trump of the interpretation of the Attorney General but from all of themselves so it's going to be interesting for walks like me to kind of watch the questioning going on and how Robert Muller answers not even you know what the answer may be about how he's gonna answer will start to bring up some L. interest elements as to what's going to happen going for here specifically Democrats in August that are running for president as well as how Republicans are gonna be able to tackle some of those questions Miller says he won't necessarily talk about and I don't know that anything new is going to be revealed to you yeah yeah that's what it seems like because I mean if the Republicans can get him to talk about the steel dossier if they can get him to talk about FBI agents then maybe you've got some new information to that's not stuff that in the mall the report right now so if you get that that's fantastic and then I think the other side of that is because you're right there's not going to be a lot of new in regards to this it'll just be Democrats trying to clarify things with Robert Muller I think Republicans can kind of play back a little bit I think they can play a little soft on the questioning of Robert Muller because they've got something on their side public opinion right now public opinion is tilted against impeachment the way it currently stands so they don't necessarily have to go for school on Robert Muller Ali can just let Democrats kind of messed things up or ask confusing questions or get shot down time and time again by Robert Muller and that may be their best approach in this whole thing probably so because I know I know they're they're they're trying to pull this out they've been trying to pull this out since the president got elected and it but I'm I can't help but think that it's going to backfire if they push it too hard yeah I think that's the key and I think your democratic for both sides depending on how you ask the question specifically we're talking about Robert Miller this is not somebody who's kind of surprised to getting a subpoena incoming Robert Muller has had like sixty of these kinds of hearings in his time in office so he knows how this works he knows how to go about it he knows how to play the so this is you're not going to spring something new on it with that and I think with that both sides have to be careful as the way they come across and then at the end because the with let's face it leave you're not going to have ninety percent of America watching this and that's what Democrats are hoping to get but they are going to try to get as each second try to collect as many you know viral clips that they can spread on social media or ones that they can put into the news on some level that will last throughout this month of August when they're off on vacation and more importantly with some of the democratic candidates being able to use this talking points going forward and twenty twenty well indeed and and I know a lot of people think it is a vacation I mentioned a little bit of it is but as senator Lankford just mentioned earlier in the program he's gonna be spending time going around the state talking to people which I think most of the constituents especially the ones up for election should be doing thank you for the update to Michael Bauer on newsradio

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"robert miller" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Scott Simon Robert Miller goes before Congress and the nation next week this our last representative Roger Christian Murphy what he wants to know and later a new official to overlook collection secure the latest on rising tensions between the US and UK and Iran and a man walks down the street but he's not an average man afternoon shuffling down the side bar yeah I went there one time Michael Collins who stayed in lunar orbit well two crewmates name Neil and buzz took the first steps of human beings on the mon fifty years ago today first our news casters Saturday July twenty two thousand nineteen live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein Britain's Foreign Secretary warns Iran is choosing a dangerous path after Tehran seized a British flag tanker in the strait of Hormuz yesterday and peers Joanna could kisses reports from London British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt tweeted on Saturday that Iran's capture of the tanker showed signs of quote destabilizing behavior Iran's Fars news agency said the British flag tanker had been involved in an accident with an Iranian fishing vessel and had been taken to the port of Bandar Abbas eighteen of the twenty three crew members on the detained tanker are citizens of India in a statement India's government said its diplomats are working with the Ron to secure the release of Indian crew members the tensions between Britain and Iran have been escalating since July fourth when the U. K. detain Iranian tanker in Gibraltar that Tinker with sees on suspicion of smuggling oil to Syria Joanna can kisses.

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"robert miller" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hey, welcome. This is the Ben Shapiro show. I've got a ton to get to this hour. We're gonna get to the chaos that continues in Venezuela. But we begin today with the Democrats claiming that attorney general Bill bar must be impeached. Why because Robert Muller complained about him. All right. So controversy controversy a day of controversy Democrats in the media, but I repeat myself are very upset at attorney general William bar deeply upset at attorney general William bar. Why you ask why would they be upset at the attorney general after all the attorney general simply provided a while back month ago month and a half ago, a four page synopsis of the findings of the report, and then we actually got to see the Miller report all four hundred and forty eight pages of it. And it turns out that attorney general bar accurately summarized conclusions of the report, which is exactly what he said. He was doing enough to take anybody is word for you can read the mullahs report, you can also read bars letter. So where's the controversy? Apparently, Robert Muller was very. Very upset. Very mad that William bars. Original synopsis of the findings did not include the mood of Robert Muller's team in the summary. I kid you not he's whining Robert Mueller. Was I've been very fair. Robert Miller didn't suggesting for years literally years that Robert Mueller is an honest broker Ileana. Let him do his job. And when this is all done he had done his job. He had done a thorough investigation. Not only of Russian collusion of which there was none. But also a thorough investigation of supposed- obstruction of Justice. And it turns out there was nothing prosecutable there. And that's what bar said he said, listen, there's no evidence of collusion that is Muller's finding also the he says in the letter itself the William by letter itself suggests that Robert Mueller did not make a finding on obstruction of Justice. They declined to make finding on obstruction of Justice. And that in the end, the attorney general declined to prosecute because the evidence was not sufficient to sustain a prosecution that is what the bar letter says. But. Bottom line, Democrats and the media don't like that. That's the Muller reports said and the campaign Muller because they've been buying votive candles of them for years, and they don't wanna sell those things on EBay. So instead, they're going to suggest that William bar is the big baddie behind it. All he's the guy who hid things from the American public. He lied to us all now, you may be wondering how did he lie when three weeks after the release of his letter he then released the entire underlying report, which you can read and is public and is on the bestseller list, and you can buy from Amazon in prison. How is that a lie? It's the worst lie ever is if he's lying. That's the dumbest stupidest lie ever. So I read a book. And then I decide I'm going to write a review of the book so writer review of the book and the book is publicly available. Now, you can say that I miss characterized the book in my initial review. That's fine. We have arguments over that. But to say that I lied about the book when the book is publicly available particularly feminine government position. I'm not just a reviewer a government position. And it's my job to summarize the findings and the findings do match up with the findings of the report that is not a lie. Here's what's really going on here. Robert Muller is Pissy. He's mad today. He's mad because his report is really about President Trump's impeachment. His report is that he doesn't like President Trump and President Trump is very mean bad man, who says bad things about people and then tries to manipulate things behind the scenes, but fails that is what Muller's reporters about not that Trump was engaged in criminally prosecute -able activity. Not that Trump was engaged. In something that would result in an obstruction of Justice charge. That Trump was engaged in things that Robert Mueller and his team don't like and that bars initial summary of the report didn't include all those things in his summary, which is not William bars job. So basically what what Muller wanted wanted to have it both ways you wanted to completely abdicate by not suggesting an obstruction of Justice charge. And then he wanted bar to do his dirty work for him by releasing Muller's summary publicly to humiliate the president, but not prosecute them, which is not the job of the special counsel the job of the special counsel to investigate criminal activity. It is not to investigate and publicise mean actively or embarrassing activity that is not inside his mandate. His mandate is to investigate criminal activity. If he didn't find any then you don't get to wine when someone says there was no criminal activity that was found here. Lots of embarrassing stuff. Sure. And we got to read all of it. It's not as the bar has buried the report. The report again has been read by apparently by poll. Numbers three percents of Americans, which are pretty large number of people reading a particular report. Now, the reason all this is cropping up again is because they bombshell Washington Post report that came out last night. Now, you can tell that this thing is all staged because William bar was set to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary committee this morning when in fact, he did testify in front of the Senate Judiciary committee this morning. But before that happened before that happened late last night. There was a report a bombshell report from the Washington Post and this bombshell report from the Washington Post was titled Muller complained to bar about memo on key findings. Now, what you would take away from that headline is the Muller complaints bar about the memo's key findings that somehow bar had not properly summarized the findings of the Miller report. But that is not what the Washington Post report itself actually says here's what the Washington Post report itself actually says special counsel, Robert Muller or letter in late March complaining to attorney general William bar that a four page memo. Oh to congress describing the principal conclusions of the investigation into President Trump did not fully capture the context nature and substance of Muller's work. According to a copy of the letter reviewed Tuesday by the Washington Post. I do have a full copy of the letter which I will read to you in a second. Because we always bring you all the information you need to know, even if you disagree. The letter any subsequent phone call between the two men reveal the degree to which the longtime colleagues and friends disagreed as they handled the legally and politically fraught task of investigating the president Democrats in congress are likely to scrutinize Muller's complaints Tobar as they contemplate the prospect of opening impeachment proceedings and mall. How hard to press for Muller himself to testify publicly. Well, the obviously what Muller to testify publicly because now they have information that mower would like to crap on the president. I mean, that's basically what this letter shows at the time Muller's letter was sent to bar on March twenty seventh Barrhead days prior announced that Muller did not find a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russian officials seeking to interfere in two thousand sixteen presidential election in his memo to congress are also. Said that moa had not reached a conclusion about whether Trump who tried to obstruct Justice, but the bar had reviewed the evidence and found insufficient. Insufficiency support such a charge all of which is perfectly accurate. How do we know that that's perfectly accurate because the report is available for the ninth time you can read the report you're not burying something if it's right here if I kill somebody and then leave the body in the middle of the street that is not me burying the body. Any body is in public view. Your report is in public view. This is the worst cover up of all time. In other words days after bars announcement Muller wrote the previously undisclosed letter to the Justice department laying out his concerns in stark terms that shock senior Justice department officials, according to people familiar with the discussions anonymous sources, I wonder who they could be might they be I don't know people in Muller's team, you most honest team of all time Muller wrote the summary letter that apartment a congress and released to the public late in the afternoon of March twenty fourth did not fully capture the context nature. And substance of this office work and conclusions. Because it didn't include all the mood music. In other words, it just had the bottom line. It just had the bottom stark line. No collusion. No evidence necessary to sustain a obstruction prosecution done, but it didn't including the mood music. It didn't include the Kenny G of the Miller report. It didn't include the rose petals strewn across the floor for the democratic impeaches to find Mullah wrote. There is now public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation. This threatens to undermine central purpose for which the department of points of the special counsel to assure full public confidence in the outcome of the investigations. The letter made a key request that release before hundred forty eight page reports introductions and executive summaries and made initial suggested actions for doing so according to Justice department officials a spokesman from all our declined to comment Justice department officials on Tuesday they were taken aback by the tone of Muller's letter. And then it came as to them that he had such concerns until they received. The letter believes Muller was in agreement with them on the process. Of reviewing the report and redacting certain types of information a process that took several weeks, our has testified to congress previously that Muller declined the opportunity to review his four page memo to lawmakers that still the essence of the special counsel findings in his letter to bar Muller wrote that the redaction process need, not delay. Release the enclosed materials release at this time would not only would alleviate the misunderstandings that have arisen and would answer congressional and public questions about the nature and outcome of our investigation. So buried in paragraph fourteen of this story all the way down in paragraph. Fourteen is the key element of the story. The only elements that actually matters a day after Muller sent his letter to bar. The two men spoke by phone for about fifteen minutes. According to law enforcement officials in that call Muller said he was concerned that media coverage of the obstruction investigation was misguided and created public misunderstandings about the officers work. According to Justice department officials in other words, what Muller was really concerned about was not what bar had written. But what everyone was taking away from what bar had written presumably he was mad that a lot of the media coverage was about trumping exonerated Muller felt that he wasn't really exonerated Muller felt that there was a lot of underlying embarrassing material. And that far had just said note lot of underlying embarrassing material that all of this could have been avoided that is not bars job. He is the attorney general his job is to prosecute or to decline. Prosecution. Muller did not express similar concerns about the public discussion of the investigation of Russia's election interference the official said in other words, he was very very upset and very very mad about the obstruction stuff. But you didn't care bar has testified previously. He did not know whether Muller supported his conclusion on obstruction. So has not lied anywhere in here. He's correct bar. Didn't know whether Muller supported his conclusion on obstruction because Muller didn't come to a conclusion on obstruction. This is Muller's fault, not bars. In other words when bar pressed Muller on whether he thought buyers memo to congress was inaccurate Muller. Said he did not. Patriots underlined and bold that when bar pressed Muller on whether he thought bars memo to congress was inaccurate Muller said he did not. But felt that the media coverage of it was misrepresenting. The investigation officials said. Wow. Wow. So in other words, the media sets at their job..

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Waiting for Mueller

FT News

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Waiting for Mueller

"Robert Miller is thought to be near the end of his investigation into attempted Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential elections Kadam Chaba discusses what to expect with the F. Jeff dyer. So welcome Kadam. We've grabbed ketamine is usually based in DC, but he's passing through London the moments. We grabbed him to pick his brains and all to do with the Russian vista Gatien. Ketamine have been reports in the last week that Robert Mueller the special counsel looking into plenty of links between the Trump campaign twenty sixteen in Russia that he's about to finish his investigation. What does that actually mean? What does it mean to say that he's going to finish the investigation or we're going to get the report sometime very soon? Well, he began Anna's work in may twenty seventeen. So we're coming up to the two year Mark this year when he finishes his investigation when he's decided that there are no more indictments. He wants to bring when he decided the investigatory work that he's doing his completed then he will file a report to the attorney general. And we assume there will be some announcement that Mr. molars finished his work, the probe is completed. And then the question becomes whether. We're going to get to see that report. So you took us through the actual process. What then happens the report when it goes from Miller's office to the attorney general. So this is going to be the big bone of contention in the coming months mobile file report to the attorney general who is William bar. He's was recently confirmed to the position at his Senate confirmation hearings. He shifted the ground quite remarkably previously. Everyone had assumed an expected that we're gonna get to see the report that Moore writes, he pointed out that regulations governing Muller's work, call his report, a, quote, unquote, confidential document, and so Mr. bar has said I will get polars report that report is going to be confidential and I will do my own summary of the airport, which I will give to congress in the public. That's going to be the thing that folks are battling over in the months. Democrats have said they will subpoena millers report, they'll do everything in their power to make it public Mr. bars being quite clear that he considered it become. Dential the other thing that we don't have a good sense of at the moment is what Muller's report actually looks like. So you mentioned the Democrats are going to do what they can get this report into public. The Democrats do not control the house of representatives of what tools do they have to take anything that moolah reveals and put it into the public domain how much power do they actually have no was primarily two things. One is that they can subpoena the documents and the DOJ resists, and that will ultimately go to court, and a judge will decide whether the documents have to be turned over or not the other thing they can do is demand that Muller himself or prosecutors on his team come and testify for the house, and they can also subpoena those individuals, and again, if there's resistance to that, and it will go to court, I think it's quite likely. We'll see Muller call testify, and I can't imagine why there'd be objections that question is what he would say what he would reveal. I mean, there's an expectation that Mr. Mueller throughout his career has not been someone who is prone to. Divulge incomes and tons of gossip information, he's a very by the book kind of guy he's brought several indictments. And what we may see him do say, well, I brought in diamonds where I thought it was appropriate to do. So and I didn't bring diamonds where I didn't feel as appropriate, and it wouldn't be right for me to start criticizing people for stuff that I didn't charge them for some of our listeners might remember back in the Clinton presence say the report by Ken Starr, which was a very long and at times, extremely lurid document detailing goings on in the Oval Office when Bill Clinton was president. Should we expect something some though this time or is it going to be very different? I think if anything we should expect the exact opposite of that the regulations Muller works under were introduced in nineteen ninety nine as a direct reaction to the independent counsel investigations that had gone on before William bar said at his Senate hearings at you know, steal J palsy, not to criticize people I thought that you don't charge them for rod Rosenstein at a conference. From Washington this week made the same point, which is the DOJ shouldn't be criticizing people. If they're not going to charge them for that conduct. I'm particularly after the two thousand sixteen election where you had famously or infamously James Komi to former FBI director when he gave conference announcing that he wouldn't bring charges against Hillary Clinton. He also criticized the way she handled her emails, and there's no total agreement amongst DJ and former DOJ folks in Washington that that was the wrong thing to do. I think what you're going to see here is if Muller hasn't charged someone it's likely that we're not gonna see a lot of

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"robert miller" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on KOMO

"Wall funding as a partial government shutdown enters day, fourteen we've never had more people wanting to come to the United States, and that has to do with the economy and has to do with a lot of other things where we're doing great as a country. But the better we do the more people want to come in the president. Also congratulated Nancy Pelosi, the first female female speaker of the house and the first woman to hold the position twice. She says Democrats have two bills fund the government credits will be offering the Senate Republican appropriations legislation to reopen government later today. Legislation doesn't include wall funding, which the White House rejects in Texas police have released a sketch of the man they say fired shots into a family car killing seven year old jasmine Barnes, the suspect is described as a thinly built white male in his thirties or forties. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven now the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center, Bremerton police think they've solved a twenty six year old cold-case Marilyn Hickey was found dead in her apartment in late nineteen Ninety-two. Detectives spent years trying to figure out who killed her with no success. But the Bremerton PD says newly processed DNA evidence help him in a new direction. They still didn't have a name, but the same DNA matched him burger suspect in Idaho, finally, Boise. Police frackdown Lee Robert Miller, they tested his DNA. They say they found a match Bremerton police headed to Idaho and arrested Miller. Who now faces second degree murder charges in Kitsap county. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. The man accused of shooting and killing rainier police chief Ralph painter eight years ago was supposed to stand trial next month. But a judge has granted the defense emotion of continuance in Daniel butts trial. So the wait for Justice continues for chief painter's family. It's time to move forward. He.

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"robert miller" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"So I mean, not not brings us full circle by the European ordre championship in classical doesn't it? Which went past the bike, shop, bills, bike shop where Robert Miller and well that was his mentor, Billy bills, still there and soul market and Glasgow. Well, I mean, I know Glasgow very well in the new. No, I know the city. I know those roads extremely well. What did you. Watch line of, what did you what did you make of as a spectacle? I thought it was able to good course, but it would be too much like a creek court. I wasn't quite right over that distance. They just about got away with it in the women's race because it wasn't quite as long, but it could have done with something, you know, stretching out bit into the countryside. I know oversee, logistically, very difficult. I mean, one of my bugbears he's when when we will kind of throw up and say, the court is wrong and they should have done this and the other, we know that the event organizer working within pretty tight constraint sometimes concerning which roads they can close and how much inconvenience to the general population they can cause. But from a pure bike racing point of view, it probably need. It's something a little bit extra just to just to make it look different for an hour or so in in the middle, maybe. But the weather obesity did to the crowds a little bit, but there's still a lot of people out and as a as a kind of a battle to find out who the strongest Rogers on the day. Well, you know, you couldn't. I mean, it was. It was. It was looked like a very tough race, all that braking cornering. Lots of very slick. Brickwork. Instead of tarmac particular on corners, there were some pretty ginger gingery cornering at times few holes. Why the cyclocross riders did so. Well, it might be. Yeah. I mean, it was. It would attest by candling. And repeated accelerations what. Probably why the the ride as well were the locks of Trentino. He's he's not. He's not appear sprinter the, but he's a way he's a. He's a cross between a sprinter and a ruler and couple of socks. Cross rod is, you know it's a bit of bunny hopping drain covers manhole cover stuff. There was also what's going on. One observation can I make one observation in the past? There was a suspicion. Well, it was a fact that these national writers come together under their national flag for one day a year world championships often meant very little writers were really writing for professional teammates and it doesn't happen anymore. It seems to me that more these days that writers seem willing quite willing to write for the flag running the pro team. I mean, there were a couple Michael Bassy name is they're not move on Sunday with Trenton teammate. Mitchelson. Skull. I was looking at wondering whether you know there'd be some kind of because they're very different types of writers write different abilities on whether they might, you know, cooperate in some way, didn't see any evidence of, although he was caught in an crash scene, but it does seem these days the 'em..

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"robert miller" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"I wouldn't give him a ride. If I am jogging, he started talking to you too bar. I pretend to get a phone call and and just to just to get the hell away from him. He looks at the kind of guy who would knock on your door and then try to sell you some fucking weird vitamins or some shit. You know, who am I? Kids were younger, there's no way I would leave him at a day care. If he was working there. He actually reminds me of an older version of the dude I based my pathological liar standup bid on the Rick bit years ago that salmon punch bear. Yeah, easy. Robert Miller easy, but that's just what I think there's a lot of comments under his interview video that has almost a million views and most of them disagree with me. And let's find out what the idiots of the internet. Think about Robert Miller. The debt. And again, I do apologize for the for the sound quality in my voice just to this, not nothing to do so hopefully intelligible today under Robert video. One of the first opposes Gabriel Soto post something that I was thinking. He says, they teach you how to use alien spaceship a day before you use it. Okay. Very believable. Says, one of his claims is taken there one day very next day. They're putting the helmet on and let him fly with mind, control. Appreciate the sarcasm. Gabriel noted and enjoyed. Well, excuse me. I can't get my throat. Declare user Hindu Kush. Doesn't appreciate it impose. Yeah, because they don't want any bullshit. Are you fucking stupid? Not everyone's brain works the same. No Hindu Kush. Gabriel Soto isn't stupid. He's logical you on the other hand, first impression, is that your real dumbed them, right? What are you talking hit? No, it doesn't make any sense what they're saying. We'll Moonies urban farm also doesn't like Gabriel's logic. Does Gabriel Soto that would be standard procedure for the highest security clearance. Remember he was not just. One of the best. He was one of the best of the best fly at an early pilot no-fly at early age pilot by fifteen and in the Marine Corps best of the best. Yes. So he says, you know, urban farm, no evidence of that. You just accept every one thing that people say at face value, man, you're a salesman's dream just you know, just Mooney. I wanted to take a look at this aquamarine nineteen Ninety-three geo metro hatchback a stick shift. No-frills. Sure it has over three hundred fifty thousand miles on it. And if someone reruns you, you may explode. However it is the fastest car in the market barely street.

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For Trump, Jeff Sessions' recusal from Russia probe was 'original sin': Priebus

Herman Cain

02:04 min | 3 years ago

For Trump, Jeff Sessions' recusal from Russia probe was 'original sin': Priebus

"The european union the trump is threatened attacks european cars at the eu slapped tariffs that american products it's all a response to the white house decision to increase tariffs on imported steel and aluminum senator lindsey graham of south carolina also thinks the president should reconsider those tariffs telling cbs face the nation those terracar misdirected incorrectly identified the problem of china dumping stale throughout the world a store the american steel industry your solution is let china off the hook very experts believe the tariffs will calls prices and americanmade products to surge but a white house trade advisor claims any price increase will be negligible president trump beach with the israeli prime minister today at the white house benjamin netanyahu will speak at the annual conference of the pro israel rule of lobby eight pack later this week israel is applauded the white house decision to recognize jerusalem as its capital but it also wants the us to do more to crack down on iran special counsel robert miller may be taking a closer look at the business portfolio presidential soninlaw jared kushner he has a large family business that he has not entirely divested from and that business puts him at odds with the administration in some instances it would appear abc's david right says there are questions about us support for an economic blockade of cutter just weeks after cutter refused to invest it a real estate venture bobby kushner's family as the bickering continues three president trump at attorney general jeff sessions former chief of staff reince priebus tells abc's this week it could be bad news for the white house i think it is a problem and i don't think that it would be good for the president for for attorney general sessions to leave that trump wants to get attack sessions last week for his handling of the russia investigation riva says the prizes won't let sessions off the hook for recusing himself a special envoy for south korea's president heads to north korea for talks with the north nuclear program leader kim jonghoon they'll also discussed ways to reopen communication between pyonyang of the us if follows an earlier meeting between kim sister and south korean leaders the white house says any talks between the us and north korea must include the.

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"robert miller" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"To have a realtor interchange but this is his preferred method of communication for some reason i think today in particular he did them a message he wanted to get across message was you know implicitly at least time to shut down that this is not good leading anywhere and he's encouraging the allies out there who have begun this attack on on the special counsel robert miller and even though he himself is being careful not to say anything directly about the special counsel per the advice of ty cobb his lawyer you just quoted he is in effect sending a signal to those around him his allies that it's okay to do that because he's a he's exhausted he's tired he thinks is unfair any thinks it's time to to go on the offense matthew ado a question for you first of all how much of a rusher preoccupation is this for the white house and i know i've asked you that before secondly for people who don't see rightminded media the way you when i do explain just how big an effort there is behind this story line well we we know russia has been a major distraction for this white house from day one and they like to be talking about taxes or healthcare anything else but i think peter's right when he says trump's he's not but you need to go on the offensive here for so long it's been sort of throwing spaghetti at the wall and see what sticks it's illegal leaks you should look at that what about hillary's uranium deal you should look at that now with these text messages that seemed to show some sort of anti trump said two men from an investigator who's been let go now they're saying oh look this probe is biased and to get to your second question for folks in that right wing media bubble fox news.

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"robert miller" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Sessions gave an evasive answer that caused a ripple effect leading to his recusals and eventually to the hiring of robert miller as special investigator i spoke to al franken last week the other night john mccain gave her remarkable speech and he said many things and he one of them was that the senate as an institution is not overburdened by greatness and when you go into the senate every day or you filled with a feeling of uh all for her or as he was expressing a kind of god not just disappointment but almost a revulsion about what's happened to the deliberative body i uh get all of oserver or you know um i have a number of my colleagues who i am rental all of our harrell who are ther sheldon whitehouse uh just on uh policy after policy but especially on things like a climate change and campaign finance reform i just uh he's been such a leader i mental of viktor been uh dick irvin can uh better than anyone i know just talk extemporaneously uh i thought it was an awesome move by chuck schumer when when john mccain who in awe of put a some down and there were some applause i think from staff and he and chuck turned and went no did they shouldn't be applause absolutely why is that that's not the decorum of the of the floor yeah and we shouldn't no gloating it was a big victory because it meant that we're going to have to that we get to work in a bipartisan way to address uh what in the aca isn't working as well as it should simply my understanding was that the republicans new the john mccain was going to vote against with the socalled skinny healthcare bill but the democratic side did not you didn't know that this does vote was coming i did not know this for sure i didn't know it and i started at a certain point of because a body language uh their concerted uh see i of what's called emotional iq what was the body language that hit the by israel as uh pence uh talking to macau ski and uh getting nowhere and her jaw being sat and then a pence walking out of the room.

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"robert miller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"And who knew about this guy by name special counsel robert miller a lawyer for the putin connected oligarch and russia who's now at the center the story he tells the washington post that staffers for robert muller and special counsel contacted him this week it asking if they can speak with mr international business creations asking if they could speak with the eighth man in the meeting and they are asking for him by name and that means that however exciting and occasionally bewildering it is to follow the aggressive reporting that is turning this stuff out day by day new details new stuff they tried to keep under wraps the special counsel's investigation is apparently ahead of all of us because moeller knew about this guy and knew who this guy was before any this was in the press and before this intelligence committee knew about it how did the special council learned about it who told him i don't know we we've asked the attorney for donald trump jr perhaps donald trump jr was in contact with any investigators on this matter not just congressional investigators but potentially miller's office so far we've had no response from mr trump's attorney mr trump's journey would love to hear from you you have our number who else might know about that might have been able to tell the special counsel well who else was in the meeting paul manafort was describing the new york times this past weekend is having quote mentioned the meeting to congressional investigators but.

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"robert miller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"robert miller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"And who knew about this guy by name special counsel robert miller a lawyer for the putin connected oligarch and russia who's now at the center the story he tells the washington post that staffers for robert muller and special counsel contacted him this week it asking if they can speak with mr international business creations asking if they could speak with the eighth man in the meeting and they are asking for him by name and that means that however exciting and occasionally bewildering it is to follow the aggressive reporting that is turning this stuff out day by day new details new stuff they tried to keep under wraps the special counsel's investigation is apparently ahead of all of us because moeller knew about this guy and knew who this guy was before any this was in the press and before this intelligence committee knew about it how did the special council learned about it who told him i don't know we we've asked the attorney for donald trump jr perhaps donald trump jr was in contact with any investigators on this matter not just congressional investigators but potentially miller's office so far we've had no response from mr trump's attorney mr trump's journey would love to hear from you you have our number who else might know about that might have been able to tell the special counsel well who else was in the meeting paul manafort was describing the new york times this past weekend is having quote mentioned the meeting to congressional investigators but.

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