18 Burst results for "Robert Moore"

"robert moore" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"robert moore" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Respond to criticism reversing receiving from congressional Democrats that you're acting more S. turning from president rather than as the chief law special counsel Miller did not indicate that his purpose was to leave the decision to Congress I hope that was not his views sense we don't convene grand juries and conduct criminal investigations for that purpose he did not I didn't talk to him directly about the fact that we were making the decision but I am told that his reaction to that was that it was by eight my prerogative as Attorney General to make that decision ask for Robert Muller himself to testify Robert Moore remains the justice department employee as of this moment well you came to testify publicly to Congress Bob Miller personally testify hi Mister if you have questions on the process here Republican appointed judge on Tuesday said you have co created an environment that is called a significant part of the American public concerned about these actions you clear the president on instruction the president is fun reading your comments about spying and here you have remarked that are quite generous to the president including a knowledge and he's feeling his emotions what do you say to people on both sides of the aisle we're concerned that you were trying to protect the statements about his his his sincere beliefs are from our are recognized in the report that there was substantial evidence for that so much or what your basis for saying that I'm being generous to president and it just saying to another president for no it's okay so unprecedented is an accurate description is not there's a lot of public interest in the absence of a special counsel and members of his team was invited to join why is he not here this is his report you're talking about two.

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"robert moore" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"How do you respond to criticism reversing receiving from congressional Democrats that you're acting more S. attorney for president rather than as the chief law special counsel Miller did not indicate that his purpose was to leave the decision to Congress I hope that was not his views since we don't convene grand juries and conduct criminal investigations for that purpose he did not I didn't talk to him directly about the fact that we were making the decision but I am told that his reaction to that was that it was my my prerogative as Attorney General to make that decision asked Mulder himself to testify Robert Moore remains of justice department employee as of this moment well you came to testify publicly to Congress personally testify you have questions on the process here Republican appointed judge on Tuesday said you have co created an environment that is called a significant part of the American public concerned about these actions you clear the president on instruction the president is your comments about spying and here you have remarked quite generous to the president including knowledge in his field his emotions so what do you say to people on both sides of the aisle we're concerned that you were trying to protect the statements about his his his sincere beliefs are from our are recognized in the report that there was substantial evidence for that so much of what your basis for saying that I'm being generous to the president is there another president for no it's okay so I'm presence that is an accurate description is not there's a lot of public interest in the absence.

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"robert moore" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"With her affects have been provided to investigate. Today. I'm really focused just on the process of releasing this report. Robert himself to testify. Robert Moore remains the Justice department employees at this moment will testify puffing. Congress touching about Miller personally testify. Now, as I told you it doesn't matter what this report says if the Trump hater you'll find something in there, and you're going to say, well, why did they argue this collusion why they argue this conspiracy. Why didn't they argue with corruption? The statute requires intent he had no corrupt intent he felt he'd done. Nothing wrong. He's not a lawyer. He said, look, we can't you make go away. When what is this? This is nothing, but an attempt to undermine legitimate election to suggest that the American people think of me as duly elected president undermine my Jenna. This is stupid. This is nonsense and it turned out. He was right. We come back. He was asked whether or not he is protecting the president. Here's what Megan said about relief factor relief factor for a little bit over a month. Thirty four year old woman that has been in a car accident I suffered from severe neck pain shooting pain, down my arms and legs. That would often cause me to lend at one point. I was going to occur Proctor and acupuncturist.

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Trump calls Mueller report summary a 'complete and total exoneration'

Brian Kilmeade

05:08 min | 2 years ago

Trump calls Mueller report summary a 'complete and total exoneration'

"President Trump is wrong. This report does not amount to a so-called total. Exoneration special counsel Mueller was clear that his report quote does not exonerate close quote, the president his conclusions. Raise more questions than answer. It is unconscionable that President Trump would try to spin the special counsel counselors findings as if his conduct was remotely acceptable. Let me just tell you about this character. He's for thirty years. He's been trying to get at the President Trump any can't presents mocked him mercilessly mercilessly when he was a state Senator whether it was right or not. That's a fact and now report comes out they does exonerate him. In those words, and he wasn't want the president to do. It's unconscionable. He could sit there in the street and get heckled only once which I give the MVP award to the heckler. In New York. You just started yelling Adam during it. It might have been Howard Stern guy. I'm not sure. But I only regret that he stopped Nadler's an embarrassment to the Democratic Party. If you want that to be that person to be your Representative and the person that the average American has in mind when they go to the voting booth in twenty twenty good luck. Scotland's in whol in Dayton, Ohio. He's got. Thanks for your show. Have hats off to you. It's time for this to be done was. It also positive scattered agenda of America back on track for all of the feelings that he's had to Bill what he's doing a good job. And. Bowel cancer thing. Boy, there's a ROY. America's just you know, the people running the country at Sterry always contenders, sir. Oh my goodness. In the stuff. They're running on from the new green deal that the governor of Washington is backing to come LA Harris. Let's have free pot free prostitution. Let's start. Elizabeth warren. Let's start breaking up companies to free healthcare free free college free preschool. I mean, it's impossible to do what they're doing Scott. I don't know what they're doing right now. But the president got an opportunity just get stuff done start knocking things off his list. This is a this is his second biggest day since he won the election. No one ever give him credit for it. Remember, they said, well, you didn't win the popular vote. Then we had one of these independent candidates demanding a recount, three states, president of gaining more votes than the electoral college, the delegates who ceremonially supposed to back up with the state. Does they started to be try to flip? And some of them didn't do what they were supposed to be doing. Then incomes the Russia investigation, and some people just keep on looking at for another reason not to not to look at one of the biggest upsets in political history in any country any time. That's what happened in two thousand sixteen. Don't want want to acknowledge it now. Molly Henneberg weighed in and said, yeah, this is a coastal one chapter. But. Opens up another cut Twenty-eight buying into this dossier that now today we know not anything in that dossier led to has has proven to be correct. So this is this is a very important moment in the story. But it doesn't mean it's over because. Yes, the one storyline is done. But now the other storyline. We'd better get we'd better see a lot more about what was going on. I like to see it done and by the way after impeachment when Hillary co when Bill Clinton was impeached in the house, and it stopped in the Senate. They they stopped investigating. They are going to keep continue to investigate now after the Robert Moore probe Eric who's on news ninety six five in Orlando hair. Brian. It's so sickening. The media for two years told us that Robert Mueller had the greatest integrity in DC. And now they're actually on MSNBC saying that oh to the Russians. Right. And did he did he sell out? I think what Trump should do is. Now, put them on the defensive. Have Adam Schiff declassify all of it. Let them see the Adam Schiff was leaking. Let them see what McCain did. And then Friday, five o'clock. So that they have to wait for the week, and he should say, I'm I'm asking Mr. bar to investigate what really happened 'cause Robert Mueller Alice h he's a witness and Rosenstein, he wrote the letter to fire each he's a witness. How the heck did he wind up having this whole thing? I'd like to hear your could on that. But I tell you what I love the I love the tactic of leaving them there for the final summary. Don't you Eric? So instead of saying, well, he jettisoned the guy who's going to wear a wire rod Rosenstein, and he said, no come here, you read with Robert Muller said, and I want you to Luke over my shoulder win and writing this summary, and you tell me ride am I doing anything that you don't trust Rosenstein was there for the letter to fire Komi Rosenstein was there for the meeting with McCabe after Komi was fired and launched the Robert Mueller investigation. He signed the FIS away. Aren't and he was there when he got exonerated. So I love for people just to looking for an opening and Robert Mueller. Oh, now robber mo-. He might have been compromised or they're doubting. Robert Muller, really, Robin Mullah who's good friends with Bill

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"robert moore" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"My name is Jeffrey click, and I'm from Seattle Washington. Just heard the news about Michael Flynn and Robert Moore recommending that he was seved no jail time. My question is why can lawyers make these recommendations shouldn't decisions like this be up to the judge thinks on big fan of the show. Thanks Jeffrey from Seattle. I was just in Seattle for a couple of days in August. Great place. I hope to come back. So the Flint sentencing is gonna take place on December eighteenth, and in advance of that sentencing as always happens the government puts into the court, a sentencing memorandum, and then the defendant will put in his response and all sorts of people were waiting with baited breath last night for the government submission the special counsel submission. I saw this with the headline. Breaking news on cable last night last night being Tuesday, December fourth awaiting sentencing memorandum from the government, which is not something you typically see, but I guess everything going on now is high stakes and there's a lot of interest. So a few things before we get to your point on the government recommendation of no jail time. So the special counsel's office filed two documents one is the government's memorandum in aid of sentencing where it goes through the details of the plea. It goes through some of the particular characteristics of Michael Flynn, the defendant and talks about what the proper sentence should be that they recommend. And then there's an addendum to the government's. Random in eight of sentencing, which purports to set forth, the assistance that Flynn gave in connection with his cooperation with the government. So a few things one is we learned from these documents that Michael Flynn participated in nineteen sessions with the government. So I have a lot of experience doing these kinds of things, and sometimes it is true and complicated cases, a cooperating witness will come in and prepare with the government take them through documents, particularly if their financial documents and meet, you know, five six seven eight nine times nineteen times is not. Super rare. But it's that's a lot of times to meet, and I presume that it wasn't twenty minute sessions each you're talking about whole mornings or afternoons or maybe even entire days. So there's a lot of information that Michael Flynn clearly gave to the government that, you know, simply from the fact that there were nineteen sessions second the fact that much of the addendum is redacted as I'm sure you've seen. That's interesting to me. Because usually it's the case when a cooperating witness himself, and the government agree that sentencing should happen. That means that their usefulness is over that means that the information they have given his probably been used, and there's been testimony about it and the person has participated in trials of other people against whom he or she has given substantial information, it's usually not the case, but it happens. Julia not the case that some of the information about which they have testified is so sensitive and relates to ongoing investigations that you go ahead and sentence the person. So I have an open question, and I've talked. To some friends about this about why it is at Michelson prepared to be sentenced, even though those other ongoing investigations in which he is given information are not completed. It may be that the government has no interest in calling Michelson as a witness that he's provided information or documents. And they have other leads that they can use to prove things that they wanna prove without Michael Flynn. Because usually you want someone like Flynn to have the hammer of a potential sentence to head of him when he goes and testifies in court. I in fact, you know, and Milliman I on the on the caffeine cider Padres talked about this a couple of days ago with respect to Michael Cohen who also it appears as participating in giving information on ongoing matters and just wants to be sentenced, according to Michael Cohen's council in their sense memorandum's the week of the sentencing memorandum, apparently he just wants to get on with his life..

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"robert moore" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"A big game about wanting to cut a deal, but he gets so easily distracted with the latest controversy of the day something he's tweeted the Russia investigation that he's been fundamentally unable to focus on policy. It really comes down to what is sent to his desk, and whether or not he would sign it. What would also seems though it almost seems like he really does want to cut a deal. I mean when he came into office thinking, I can work with these Democrats. But again, he still has his work with Republicans as well. And it's getting those Republicans on board with some of these background check issues that will be challenging it's interesting as an ex CEO who used to running a company and his word goes he's had a lot of trouble adjusting to this sort of congressional compromise. And it's interesting if you listen to the president's kind of stump speech at his lost he rallies before the midterms. He kept hinting at being able to reach across the island work with Democrats. I just want to ask you both about one other topic, which we haven't even touched which has dominated the news in the post year. The Muller investigation he has held his cards chess the midterms, but we very well could see here in the next few months. Some kind of conclusion some kind of outcome. A number of associates closer, President Trump aboard even indicted all pleaded guilty. How does that mix the dynamic for what is now campaign? Twenty twenty does that give President Trump's something to run against or does it give Democrats more of a kind of legitimate base to say there's something up here. Now, this is very interesting because Robert Moore is expected to stick with not not official policy, but guidance whereas sitting president would not be indicted, probably deliver a report and that report might recommend charges against the president. Especially if there's reason to believe that he had struck injustice. Or that there was possibly clues in between some associates of the Trump campaign in Moscow, but it'd be left in the hands of congress now Democrats to.

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"robert moore" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Knew that yeah well there There won't be the outrage that the left, that's the idea with every new but that's the idea we can't disclose this information congress because, there's an ongoing investigation that's the excuse that was the big. Mistake of appointing a special prosecutor in the first place, is you. Knew you saw this ahead of time a lot. Of people did all of the information the information stream was going to dry. Up and and trying to get information, for a congressional investigation was going to be like pulling teeth I one last question for, you and I know this is this on the tips of a lot. Of people's tongues, just wondering why. Isn't Jeff Sessions asserting himself here it. Seems like that we've got. An ally in the, attorney general but the attorney. General has completely taken his hands off this and and is allowing, I think hostile partisans, to, steer the ship when he. Could. Reassert, control He's being guided by Justice department guidelines. In terms of where he had recused himself from a certain investigation okay let me get I I know Jeff by these personal integrity I. Hate to play out in the, media but let me go back something else in terms of Robert Moore and his. Appointment I was very upfront when when we start? Seeing some real problem and I called the possible rush the FBI, now we know it's there was the highest of the FBI at the time Robert Moore is, a conflict of interest as a special counsel you the phone Investigation So when I read browsing, species I, will, yeah Robert, Muller. As harmful of interest of doing a phone Vespasian what happened during the. Twenty sixteen watching and figure out, set point out I was in the. Briefing timber, two thousand, sixteen with the Obama, administration Lisa Monaco James Comey and Jay Johnson. Grief twelve committee chairman and. Ranking members on, Russia your what the meeting was we know it we've, got it covered will giving state all is well and we would like you to go. Out in amplify what we're gonna stay be. Lecturing November two thousand sixteen will be Jimmy election we don't want. Anybody concerned and it won't be the legitimate election that's what they're telling. Us two thousand sixteen the day, after the, election With the, wrong person one all of. A. Sudden rush the appearances the greatest threat to our, democracy so I've got a perspective of how this entire narrative is played out on the left, part of the media something completely different when they thought it was going to Hillary Clinton versus this from. Day one an efforts baptized distant ministration I can. Completely understand why President Trump is unbelievably frustrating, rigged game I would be too Senator Johnson thank you very much, for. Coming on the program today very much appreciate it every day Senator Ron. Johnson folks we gotta take a, break I'll be.

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"robert moore" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Investigation that is going on here with the more with robert moore in the special counsel it does look like there is a lot there are a lot of ties between donald trump and russia in that this goes back in fact he's been entirely consistent throughout you know his campaign and even before him about wanting a good relationship with russia at all costs and that is extremely troubling because it it that that is not in the interest of the united states it may be in the interests of trump and the trump organization but not the united states jones bolton of coal sue has been visiting moscow is to understate matters wildly not known as an enthusiast of russia or vladimir putin how worried will bolton and similarly minded people be about the prospect of trump freelancing during this summit saying something for example like he recognizes russia's ownership of crimea i think very concerned in when asked about that film said you know are you frayed trump will recognize crimea's being russian volt and said that's not the policy the end states it well the fact is that no one can control this president even his his top advisors this is not someone who scripted this is not someone who does the due diligence that you would expect going into meetings with a world leader especially a world leader that is an adversary the united states i thought that bolton today was incredibly deferential to ladder putin and it was just sort of shocking to see given that bolton's reputation as being an in incredible hawk as being someone who is constantly opposed to any deals with russia any arms control deals with russia because russia has he said repeatedly is completely untrustworthy that is his own view and so i think what we have here is you know bolton is trump's third second third national security advisor in you know less than a year and a half and so he's new on the job this is you know he's only been on it for for a few months and he is trying to sort of tread very lightly in an area where he sees it president trump wants to have a big show and wants to have a big summit i think i my guess is what he's trying to do is sort of torpedo trump from agreeing to anything substantial who give trump the photo op but trying to sort of leave the details to more of the the national security experts question is whether he'll be able to do that and and i think putin and the russians know that if they they wanna get trump in a room and get into agree to all sorts of things so this is a really troubling summit something that no one really wants to see here happened in the united states in particularly after you know it's likely going to come after the nato summit s the his visit to the uk and so likely come after him badgering and and and sort of attack being our european allies so we're in a really precarious moment here for for european security and for america's relationship with with allies around the world if somebody other than donald trump was president right now if it was for want of a less pejorative expression a normal president traveling visit vladimir putin at this time all else being a cool what would actually be a good result for a summit so i think i think expectations would have to be very low for this summit it because this is a summit about actually draw this should be something about drawing red lines about conveying to russia we know what you've been doing if you go further it will have these consequences trying to reestablish boundaries in the relationship russia has sort of crossed all of those so this should be a very contentious summit i think you know the best case scenario it would be a contentious summit that did have some agreements on arms control real especially related to extension of the new start treaty which obama negotiated there is some chatter that that may actually happen which would be incredibly ironic that would be the one arms control treaty that trump continues that obama negotiated because it's the one with russia after pulling out iran deal but i think i i don't think we're in a in a in a.

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"robert moore" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Fire robert mueller okay crisis no well he would as based on what we've seen thus far it's likely rod rosenstein refuse to fire him but what if he does not if he doesn't and he fired rahm muller if it were not for caused if there were no basis and and rod rosenstein has said publicly that there's nothing that he has seeing this far that would indicate there's a reason to fire robert muller it would trigger a crisis because would it would indicate is the president is trying to control that investigation and why that's a crisis is already known argument already upon us there's a difference between the president wanting to do something and actually taking action and so the idea that he wants to fire robert mueller is a terrible thing but if he actually fired robert moore i think that's when the crisis comes in and part of it is that that we haven't seen good cause okay to justify what is the crisis so the crisis is because because he has the authority to do it he doesn't actually doesn't well the legal experts say he's got the authority to order rod rosenstein to fire has opposed that happens crisis or not yes because it is the president united states trying to affect and control a chromosome gatien where he is arguably within the ambit of that criminal vestige what should happen if the president does that well they're couple things and there are different ways to think about this i mean one is that congress could act bright i mean good could an and i i look i'm not betting on them i think the other question is what is the americ in public do and this is where i think it gets very interesting hi this is keri so let's in calling from corvallis oregon on recent diva t of your podcasts i'm not sure this is in your real we don't house but if it is book to here over the last few years a lot of of learning how many ways our democracy and on standards that aren't enforceable by law frequently discussed norms standard practices traditions cetera from your perspective should any.

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"robert moore" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

"Folk alley chastity brown is originally from tennessee and she's now based in minneapolis minnesota she's got a remarkable voice in a really unique way of looking at the world she joined us and our friends from beehive productions studios at this year's thirty a songwriters festival in florida earlier this year to share some thoughts about music and to share a few tracks from her most recent release silhouette of sirens my name is chastity brown and i am a singer songwriter based in minneapolis minnesota but i grew up in a small town called union city and west tennessee in that was the first musical education that i had what's like the gospel church and marching band i started playing the guitar though when i was fifteen and slowly put down the saxophone and started geeking out on writing songs i've eventually moved to knock so the other side of the state in that's where i recorded my first record and then just played around of the at the local bars that's where i really i cut my teeth like playing live there and on a wild whim i moved to minnesota almost thirteen years ago and the sound of the music in minnesota is very much influenced my record but prior to that prior to the most recent record what i was making was in particular the record back road highways was very much on edge to being raised in the south this new record silhouette of sirens is a departure in in some ways from that southern sonic palette however the storytelling is still quite similar in that i am forever enamored and inspired with landscape and how one surroundings influenced it completely dictates the way you live with the interesting thing about living in minnesota for me the first song that we're going to do is colorado and colorado was the lead track the lead single for the album the i thought the album would be coming out shortly thereafter releasing it however it was a year and a half later because it just ended up taking so much longer than i anticipated but this is about just driving just being a you know a road warrior as as a musician and it's one of the songs that i wrote with co wrote with robert moore renan he sent me the music to it.

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"robert moore" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Yeah i don't think anybody cares but that he gives more fuel to legal problem i talked to him on and off the air the president's pleased with it most legal experts wonder are befuddled by my hope is the trump team legal team isn't befuddled by it i'm hopefully they're on the same page so so they can deal with all of this separately and quietly so we can get back to the business at hand which is the business of business because we won't business to be good does this bother you turns out robert moore hired another prosecutor this guy ouzo assani and what do we know about him he's with the us attorney with the eastern district virginia you would think he had a full plate but he also gave money to the hillary clinton campaign so for those of you who feel people might have a political agenda even if he doesn't he hires another democrat yes 'promise actors within this entire tragedy that anytime you throw more politics into it it is like throwing gasoline on the campfire and might i add in the middle of a drought so we've got some some very dry foliage that is waiting to i am i'm amazed at forty two the rec n n msnbc you know like we will do with story at tunnels for towers we'll do a story on the economy will do a story on boy scouts i mean we opened up i i would not feel good doing a show this one where the tv show where your show for an hour on one topic don't you they feel no obligation to spread it out and they're not even getting one until nine o'clock at night and then they leave that one we get a one five in the morning so what is going on aren't we in the business.

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"robert moore" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Time it's not over until it's over so i i said there's things about this investigation that nobody in congress knows and they know they don't know the intelligence side robert mueller is not leaking thing robert moore is his air can be donald trump is walking talking ski he's a log and a whole lot of things including anybody else savings well look what he's doing now to his lawyer his lawyer michael cohen was on the front page of the national enquirer being thrown under the bus by donald because national enquirer is owned by a close friend of donald trump gani pecker and i mean you literally cannot make that stuff i mean you can't make this stuff up david theft david becker and so donald trump and david pecker very close and so when a story appears on the front page of the national enquirer trashing somebody it's gotta be trump and pecker working together and just like a week ago the cover had michael cohen being trashed unbelievably on the front page of the national enquirer so ron i took that as a sign that donald trump called packard said i get him out get out of here get them out get out of here i love you i got out get get battle that iran thanks so much of the call and i think you should think about running for office hey chad thank you for calling from north carolina hi norm i had a question regarding the potential of a special counsel mueller to subpoena mr trump i i will agree with your previous calls i heard catching your throat there i'm you couldn't even get the word believe me uncomfortable situation i feel your pain this guy but my my question my question was regarding all regarding ken starr's proceedings against bill clinton were there any precedent set during any of those negotiations did did that ever reach supreme court level i'm aware of i mean it was paul a debt that reaches spring court paula jones mean the bill clinton that whole bill clinton episode the the spectacle the whole bill clinton package of things resulted gave us gave us a jones versus clinton i believe was the formal name of the.

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"robert moore" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Welcome back to the program we were talking about alan dershowitz comments about robert moore a couple of days ago he was already saying maybe this is after the ray now i think this is before the raid harvard professor emeritus alan dershowitz remember he was a hillary clinton supporter he is a left leaning guy but he has been unbelievably honest and he's actually told how he is no longer in the last cool kid kreil just because he's out there saying this whole russia things a bunch of bull alan dershowitz is no lightweight he was on a radio show in new york and he said well i think muller is a zealot i don't think he cares whether he hurts democrats or republicans but he is a partisan and a zealot dershowitz also said those of us in boston don't have such a high regard for more because we remembered this story the government had to pay out tens of millions of dollars because of whitey bolger a notorious mass murderer became a government informer against the mafia so i was told the story of whitey bulger bolliger bolger didn't said the incident is quote regarded in boston as one of the greatest scandals of modern judicial history and munger was right at the center of it this is alan dershowitz talking it's not scott beason down in alabama in the southern part of tennessee the edge of georgia and over into mississippi so people used to listen to alan dershowitz especially on the left other people reporting more about more muller when he was serving as assistant us attorney they prosecuted four men wrongfully imprisoned them for a crime they did not commit and muller was in charge of that case when it happened some of his deputies say here's here's the cover up moeller was the us attorney in charge while these men were rotting in prison while certain agents in the fbi under more covered up the truth.

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"robert moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Lineup a lineup that like frank said has been piecemeal together with with two defencemen playing up at forward guys that they didn't think would get a whole lot of ice time are playing a lot this season and it just doesn't seem to matter the falcons right back in rochester right back in the in the atlantic hockey championship game and forty four seconds away from heading to the ncaa tournament air force five robert morris one this team came into the season with high expectations after making a run to the elite eight a season ago injuries all but devastated this team in mid season in december the falcons were in tenth place in atlantic hoppy february first they were in ninth place in at nine o'clock they picked up twelve points in the month of february finished in a tie for third they come in here after battling two out of three against a tough army team last week at west point and now they are eleven seconds away from going back to the big dance they've got the puck in their own end and there celebrating in falcon land tonight in rochester the falcons go seven for seven and back to the ncaa tournament what a senior j the sticks the gloves everything's up in the air all the guys pilot on the goaltender billy crystal plus who has been fantastic this whole season but none better than this weekend gives up one goal in this tournament billy crystal palace in the falcons head into the tournament your final score air force five robert moore one.

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"robert moore" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"So very good question there's a lot of speculation here on washington on what actually prompted this i think probably in in some respects the the uk the incident that attack in the uk in some ways forced the white house hand but i think what's also just the what was actually sanctioned was not actually all that significant in fact some of the individuals that have been sanctioned were already under sanction and in many ways administration was already under pressure here in washington or in america because there was a legislation passed by the congress last summer requiring them to implement new sanctions in the ministration hadn't done anything yet so this sort of looks like it's a little bit of a mirage that they have sanctioned entities some have been sanctioned before and then of course the internet research agency which had been indicted by robert moore a few weeks ago the thirteen individuals there that were indicted the us is now just following up with sanctions on people that they've already said that they would arrest if they entered us soil so i so i think what we're sort of seeing is an effort by the white house to look like they're being tougher on russia than than what they're actually doing we don't have him obviously to poss the vs of old nineteen people sanctioned by the us but is is it possible to generalize broadly about who they are and in what circles they move.

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"robert moore" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Not available in all states accounts though russia builds care taxes we give you perspective about what's happening newstalk 550 k of why i so every four months special counsel robert moore was office investigating we trump russia collusion investigation fired a guy named peter struck who is exchanging anti trump and pro hillary text messages with an fbi agent or or attorney who is also his mistress hey we'd all that what we don't know is that this guy peter struck was in charge of the hillary clinton email investigation he even interviewed her on july second 2016 and interview that was not recorded not recorded not transcribed nothing that meeting was also attended by david lofgren a justice department lawyer and obama donor now this struck guy apparently i changed the earlier draft language describing hillary clinton's actions with the private server this is getting complicated i'm not trying to make a complicated james kony comey said the private server and her actions with regard to top secret information were grossly negligent this guy peter struck led.

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"robert moore" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And talking about and i'm really disappointed with their pack them with trump and bearing book appointed tonight tummy tummy timoteo who who today exposed this tax that however predict that for you how i heard it no these these cpac call this program i had my own problems whether they call this program came time to explain it and it's enormously troubling then you're not going to get this on most of the other shows not because i'm smarter better anything else because i run my program differently accurate ring and i wish i'd mike and how people about you all in and i'm not i'm not looking i'm not help i'm just just explaining in in terms of your original comment all right cindy it's a very good call it i much appreciate it cac spring valley new york sirius satellite go thai burt going on the big ban thank you mark in our auto act them 125 paid cleared big band yes off the gray great work beckoned wall you at a while ago why somebody tell you why eight robert moore by in bed the gading big got the meeting both god they'd be it'd be bad gated new year period plane had been no don are pay day tied up in the whole are war pattern of wrongdoing okay certainly tied up in the us in in the uh uh uranium problem while question about that that exactly the point is that how can you a have a person who had calm grit ended dark about working toward can and bribery who a game that you what america uranium in national security who bribing loop clinton than the clinton foundation how can you how can you have that pain man in investigating what in the year uae geico absolutely.

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"robert moore" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"robert moore" Discussed on KOIL

"Who favoring the people figure out how to vote and fell running a country of import of course are not paralysed your hard earned happening over and over again only now and work for everything everybody and talking about and i'm really disappointed with their packed with trump i'm very disappointed tummy tummy tomato who who today exposed this tax thing however the north but especially you how i heard it no these these cpac call this program i had my own problems whether they called this program came time to explain it and it's enormously troubling you're not going to get this on most of the other shows that because i'm smarter better anything else because i run my program differently at bertrand and i wish i'd mark how people about you all know no i'm not i'm not looking i'm not looking for a help i'm just just explaining it in terms of your original comment all right cindy it's a very good call on i much appreciate it jack spring valley new york sirius satellite go tie thai burt boy big fan thank you mark market on auto act them 125 paid cleared big fan yes suspect great great work second of all you act a while ago why nobody can tell you why a robert moore by investigating the the pig dot the meaning poh gov biggby it'd be bet you and the answer is but plane it no on our faith hey hide off in the whole are more pattern of wrongdoing both certainly tied up in the us in the uh uranium preval question about that that exactly the point is that how can you a have a person who kept congress in the dark about working towards union bribery who big gain their way into america europe uranium in national security who bribing clinton in the clinton found finn i can you how can you have that pain man in the gate investigating what in the us absolutely group appropes your harbor up and the fact that that grab in and repub proba pimping com or allowing the go on for one second for kid jeff sessions recused themselves so he's not going to do a damn thing about it well but you know what when you aren't subject matter and and.

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