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Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on  The Big Biz Radio Show

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:46 min | 51 min ago

Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on The Big Biz Radio Show

"Former FBI Director James Comey has defended his actions to investigate possible links between the Trump 2016 presidential campaign and Russian operatives. Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee as part of its oversight into the crossfire Hurricane investigation, Comey disputed assertions by Trump Republican senators and Attorney General William Barr. The probe was unfounded and politically motivated. Comey said that the probe eventually resulted in nearly 200 criminal charges and dozens of indictments or guilty pleas after being taken over by special counsel Robert Mueller. Republicans have long criticized the inquiry. The Trump administration declared invalid. Two of four surveillance warrants related to former campaign adviser Carter Page after Justice Department inspector General Michael Horowitz outlined 17 inaccuracies in three applications filed under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in 2018. President directed the department to declassified text messages sent by Comey and former FBI officials. Andrew McCabe, Peter Struck Lisa Paige and Justice Department.

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James Comey testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee

Our American Stories

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

James Comey testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee

"Former FBI Director Facing some tough questions from Senate Republicans today, James Comey, who was ousted as FBI director in 2017, will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee. His public testimony comes as a panel investigates operation Crossfire Hurricane the probe that looked into alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign. The man who led the Russia probe, former special counsel Robert Mueller has declined to appear. Comey is giving his testimony voluntarily. The committee has already heard from former acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former deputy Attorney General Rod

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Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on  The Frankie Boyer Show

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:46 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on The Frankie Boyer Show

"Organization. That's that's the procedures for presidential debates, has announced that it plans to restructure the events going forward after the chaos and verbal sparring of the night before. The Commission on Presidential Debates works with campaigns to determine the rules and topics of each of the general election debates. The organization said that after Tuesday night's chaos, the format for the second two debates would need further consideration. Moderator for the night's debate, Fox News host Chris Wallace faced criticism from Spectators who said he didn't do enough to reign in the participants President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The commission did praise Wallace, though, for doing what he could President frequently interrupted and spoke over Biden, who at one point told the president to shut up. Few issues were discussed at enough length to give the viewers an idea of where each candidate stood. This is use a radio news. Working from home. I'm Chad Benton, earning consultant a limb pills. Here's some tips for keeping your dog fit while staying at home. Find 15 minutes twice a day and walk your pet at a decent pace around your place. Play hide and seek by hiding some kibble our favorite toys and letting your dog find it If you have stairs in your dog is mobile Walk up and down twice a day for 5 to 10 minutes. Or better yet, try a power walking your terrorists or backyard for some fresh air there more helpful pet care tips that you move dot com spelled. Why you move dot com Former FBI Director James Comey has defended his actions to investigate possible links between the Trump 2016 presidential campaign and Russian operatives. Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee as part of its oversight into the crossfire Hurricane investigation, Comey disputed assertions by Trump Republican senators and Attorney General William Barr. That the probe was unfounded and politically motivated. Comey said that the probe eventually resulted in nearly 200 criminal charges and dozens of indictments or guilty pleas after being taken over by special counsel Robert Mueller. Republicans have long criticized the inquiry. The Trump administration declared invalid. Two of four surveillance warrants related to former campaign adviser Carter Page after Justice Department inspector General Michael Horowitz outlined 17 inaccuracies in three applications filed under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in 2018. President directed the department to declassified text messages sent by Comey and former FBI officials. Andrew McCabe, Peter Struck Lisa Paige and Justice Department official Bruce or Committee chair, Senator Lindsey Graham repeatedly pressed Comey on why Page was targeted for surveillance. Despite the emergence of exculpatory information. Senator Patrick Leahy criticized grams handling of the hearing. For US a radio news. Have you written a book, You can become.

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Former Russia special counsel Robert Mueller counters criticism by a top aide

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Former Russia special counsel Robert Mueller counters criticism by a top aide

"Former special counsel Robert Mueller is pushing back against criticism of the Russia investigation by a former aide who says a special counsel could have Dunmore in a statement today, Mueller says, in part when important decisions had to be made, I made them I did so as I've always done without any interest in currying favor or fear of the consequences. I stand by those decisions and buy the conclusions of our investigation. The rare public statement from Mueller is his first since he testified before Congress in July of last year. It's a response to a new book by Andrew Weissmann that suggest the team did not aggressively pursue some angles out of concern that President Trump could fire them and close down the operation.

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Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on America Off The Rails

America Off The Rails

00:43 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on America Off The Rails

"Every measure. We won the debate easily last night. I think he was very weak. He looked like he was whining. Yeah, we want the debate by almost every call that I saw all polls. Even on Fox News show Biden winning the debate. He did not get much more airtime due to the many interruptions from President Trump after the debate Biden went on an old fashioned train tour. He spoke to people in Ohio off president United States. Conducted himself the way he did I think was just a national embarrassment you're listening to USA radio news former FBI director James. Comey has defended his actions took investigate possible links between the Trump 2016 presidential campaign and Russian operatives testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee as part of its oversight into the crossfire hurricane investigation, disputed assertions by Trump Republican Senators and Attorney General William Barr that the probe was unfounded and politically-motivated. He said that the probe eventually resulted in nearly two hundred criminal charges and dozens of indictments or guilty. Please after being taken over by special counsel, Robert Mueller Republicans have long criticized the inquiry. The Trump Administration declared invalid to of for surveillance warrants related to former campaign adviser Carter page after justice department Inspector General my call log. Horowitz outlined 17 inaccuracies in three applications filed under the foreign intelligence surveillance act in 2018 the president directed the department to declassify text messages sent by combie and former FBI officials Andrew McCabe Peter strzok, Lisa Page and justice department official Bruce or committee chair Senator Lindsey Graham repeatedly pressed Comey on why page was targeted for surveillance, despite the emergence of exculpatory information, Senator Patrick Leahy criticized grams handling of the hearing for a radio news. I'm Wendy King. This is.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:57 min | 3 weeks ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on Reveal

"With trump. About six months after Morales pledged to move the embassy to Jerusalem Velazquez turns on the TV. With My. And there's the president surrounding humor fifty military officers backing him up as he announced. Get us. CECE will not continue. GPS with monitor tillery are summoned to the capital the parking front of the seek the machine guns manned and pointed Otis its military is. A threat with the military. The US military had provided the GPS to fight drug trafficking. It's a tense situation. Velazquez picks up the phone. Joe I. Then I'll look on. The news talk to the US ambassador. But the United States won't help. And all of this shook watermelon society to the bone. Dark reminder of the civil war and military rule what the? Bias? Free. Daycare. You represent in Ms said he got to the families country for decades suffered merciless. Military dictatorship. An entire generation of intellectuals killed there was a genocide. You but I don't me listen Diana's. Body seals thought to. Control election. Your normally thaddeus thousands of indigenous people murdered disappeared tortured all commended by government rules by the military. So Sony and military presence literally behind the president. It was a reminder especially for those over forty years old. This is how things used to be. Velazquez tries to stick it out but when leaves the country for UN meetings in New York a few days later, Morales issues another public statement. Then the declared that I will not be back what? Can. Interest. I will not be living in spite of this. He boards his plane to what the city and he's deported. Belong, stating would a mother? But we're leadership to me tobacco Columbia his home country where we met earlier this year. Velazquez says Morales also did something else for president trump. In July. Twenty nineteen trump announces the so called Safe Third Country Agreement with Morales, we've signed agreements with Guatemala that have been tremendous in terms of really both countries but our country with respect to. Illegals coming into our country under this deal migrants from other central. American. Countries like Honduras and El Salvador cannot.

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Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:36 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

"One. I think that it was a twister. It was a wild ride. It went right and went left. I was a lot going on. There's a lot of interruption. The president and Biden will meet two more times on the debate stage. We told you once was October 15th. The next time will be October 20 seconds. The former head of the FBI is testifying before a Senate committee today as we hear from Rachel Sutherland, James Comey. He was ousted as FBI director in 2017 will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee. His public testimony comes as a panel investigates operation Crossfire Hurricane the probe that looked into alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign. The man who led the Russia probe, former special counsel Robert Mueller has declined to appear. Comey is giving his testimony voluntarily. The committee has already heard from former acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Recovered case rate dropped ever so slightly in San Diego, and we remain in the red tear or tear to for at least another week, the county's new adjusted case rate dropped from 6.9 to 6.7 cases per 100,000 residents. The county can't move into the orange tear until its case rate is below 3.9 cases per every 100,000 residents for two consecutive weeks. County also says it will be increasing the number of testing sites from 29 to 41..

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"robert mueller" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on Reveal

"From the public view. No it doesn't I mean. The the fact is. That I happen to be the one with an American address post office box whatever it was. I. Don't understand why David an independently wealthy getting his so invested in what the Damola and what's more where does this grudge against C- come from? We spent two hours talking to David and he weaves this complicated story which essentially boils down to this. Gear Marxists. Velazquez and his gang even now in the twenty, th century David still sees. Communist. Everywhere. It goes back to this old idea that by going after the rich and powerful in water. Malla see SEGER's following a Marxist agenda to redistribute the wealth. You sometimes hear the same sort of thing from conservative politicians in the US who consider tax reform helps the poor socialism. But David Claims He says, Alaska is a Marxist because he acts like a dictator even lumps Velazquez in with what he calls the children of Fidel Castro. David says he showed its true colors in two thousand eighteen C. C. began to work with the Russians. It began to work with Putin. And you're saying this of the face, you realize how crazy this sounds still US audience. Yeah. But this was proven this was demonstrated I should say there's no evidence that Velasquez worked with Putin are ever took money from him and Putin isn't even a Marxist they family called the Bid Collins who had fled basically fled from the USSR. Sorry it's me and the twentieth century Russia. Okay. They fled from Russia and the CC. Took on the case of the. Family. The bitter clubs are a family of Russian millionaires pooing after them for embezzlement. So they fled to Water Malla Imbaba fake passports to get Waterman citizenship. Velazquez had charges brought against them and the bid coughs were thrown in prison. This is where David is trying to try that Putin Velazquez.

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Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

00:30 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robert mueller" discussed on Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

"Last night's first of three presidential debates quickly devolved into personal attacks by both nominees and difficult time by moderator Chris Wallace in keeping the candidates from interrupting each other. President Trump's response to covert 19 1 of rival Joe Biden's main lines of attack between 7 50 1000 people there dying When he was presented with that number, he said. It is what it is what it is what it is because you are who you are. That's why it is. The president has no plan. He hasn't laid out anything. He knew all the way back in February. How serious this crisis was also criticized the president on whether he'll accept the results of the November election, prompting President Trump to fire back saying there was no proper transition from Democrats in the 2016 election because they came after me trying to do a coup. They came after me spying on my campaign. They started from the day I won. And even before I won from the day I came down the escalator without first lady. They were a disaster. They were disgrace to our country and we've caught him. We've caught him all. We've got it all on tape. We've caught him all. And by the way you gave the idea for the Logan Act against General Flynn. You better take a look at that because we caught you in a sense and President Obama was sitting in the office. He knew about it, too. So don't tell me about a free transition on that note, former FBI director James Comey said to testify in about an hour before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Shared by South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham. It's expected that he'll be pressed on newly declassified documents related to the origins of the Trump Russia investigation. Former special counsel Robert Mueller, pushing back against criticism from one of the top prosecutors on the Russia investigation. Team. Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann says in a new book that the team was not as aggressive as it should or could have been in probing connections. Between the Trump campaign and Russia Robert Mueller, saying Tuesday that he stands by the results of the investigation. Major payout from a major bank over government allegations of illegal conduct. JP Morgan Chase's agreed to fork over $920 million and admit misconduct tied to manipulation of precious metals and treasury markets. The settlement resolves investigations by the Justice Department, Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission. The fine is the largest the CFTC has ever imposed for spoofing, which is it Type of market manipulation. This moving spanned at least eight years and involved hundreds of thousands of misleading orders. Hillary Barsky Fox News News time 904.

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Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty in first criminal charge from Durham probe

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:43 sec | Last month

Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty in first criminal charge from Durham probe

"Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty to making a false statement in the run up to the Russia probe, Kevin Kline Smith admitted to altering an email in 2017 that was used in a FISA application to justify surveillance of Trump campaign aide Carter Page. Klein Smith is the first current or former official charged in U. S Attorney John Durham's investigation of the probe into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. The former FBI lawyer altered the email to say Paige was not a source for another government agency, The Justice Department's inspector general, discovering Page provided Information to the CIA for years about his contacts with Russian officials. Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of the Trump campaign conspiring with Russia, but Mueller's report did not exonerate the president of possible wrongdoing during the

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Senate report details Trump campaign's 2016 Russia connections

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:41 min | Last month

Senate report details Trump campaign's 2016 Russia connections

"A bipartisan Senate panel says Paul Manafort, the 2016 Trump campaign chairman, was in regular contact with a Russian operative during the 2016 campaign and posed a grave. Counterintelligence threat to the U. S. Now this is all part of a long awaited report from the Senate Intelligence Committee on Rush in coordination with the Trump campaign here, CBS's Nancy Courtis The nearly 1000 page report details an extensive web of Russian relationships within the Trump campaign. Specifically, it says Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort ce willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services represented a grave counterintelligence threat. The three year investigation also found that President Trump may have misled special counsel Robert Mueller. He told Mueller that he didn't recall discussing the Clinton campaign's stolen emails with his close friend Roger Stone. But the committee assesses that Trump did, in fact, speak with stone about Wikileaks. On multiple occasions. They begin me. The Russia hoax, shifty shift and all these characters from the day I got here in what may be the reports biggest bombshell. Bipartisan investigators say they learned of three general sets of allegations. Involving Trump engaging in personal relationships with Russian women during trips dating back to the nineties. In one case, Russian businessmen warned the president's former fixer Michael Cohen, that there were sensitive tapes of a trump visit to Russia that could potentially be used as

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Final Senate Intelligence Report On 2016 Election Russian Interference Released

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | Last month

Final Senate Intelligence Report On 2016 Election Russian Interference Released

"The Senate Intelligence Committee releasing its late Instalment of counterintelligence threats and vulnerabilities. The reporters close ties with former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his associate constant in Kalim, Nick reports. His clinic was a Russian intelligence officer, Paul Manafort is serving 7.5 years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy charges. He also was convicted on charges related to his former lobbying efforts. This was uncovered during former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's election interference. And potential coordination with the Trump campaign

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Cohen's book foreword: Trump 'wouldn’t mind if I was dead'

Pat Thurston

05:46 min | Last month

Cohen's book foreword: Trump 'wouldn’t mind if I was dead'

"The book is that is written by Michael Cohen. This book has not yet been published. It's going to be released, I think, on September 7th But what he did Dio was he released the forward to his book, The introduction. The introduction to his book, and it says, Ah, lot Now I found this Tio. I went to disloyal the book dot com That's the name of the book Disloyal. And the foreword to the book is published at Disloyal the book dot com and I want to share with you some of what this, says An and I hope you will be patient with me because I am going to read what Michael Cohen says. And it's scary stuff that he's talking about, and this is just the prelude. This is just the introduction to what the book contains. He says. The president of the United States wanted me dead. Or let me say it the way Donald Trump would. He wouldn't mind if I was dead. That was how Trump talked like a mob boss, using language, carefully calibrated to convey his desires and demands while at the same time employing deliberate in direction to insulate himself and avoid actually ordering a hit on his former personal attorney. Confident constantly, Eri and at least in my heart. Adopted son. I'm I'm skipping around on this, by the way, because it's way too long for me to share with share all of it with you. Ever since I had flipped and agreed to cooperate with Robert Mueller in the special counsel's office, the death threats had come in by the hundreds enraged Trump supporters vowed to kill me and I took those threats very seriously. The president called me a rat and tweeted angry accusations at me as well as my family. All rats deserve to die. I was told I was a low life Judas and they were going to hunt me down. President Trump controlled all the levers of the commander in chief, and all the Overton covert powers that come with the highest office in the country. He also possessed a cult like hold over his supporters, some of them demonstrably unhinged and willing to do anything to please or protect the president. I knew how committed these fanatics were because I've been one of them on acolyte obsessed with Donald J. Trump, a demented follower willing to do anything for him, including as I vowed, wants to a reporter. To take a bullet. On the eve of my public testimony, lying in the still of the night in my hotel room, taking a bullet assumed a completely different meaning. Hey, Michael Cohen. This is a quote. Hey, Michael Cohen. Do your wife and father in law know about your girlfriends? GOP representative Matt gets tweeted me that night to cite just one example of the juvenile idiocy and menace aimed in my direction. Quote. I wonder show remain faithful. When you're in prison. She's about to learn a lot. It's not just that it's juvenile. It is menacing. It is disturbing it is. You know what it is? It is obstruction of justice. It's witness tampering is what it is. To half of Americans, it seemed like Trump was effectively a Russian controlled fraud who had lied and cheated his way to the White House to the other half of Americans to trump supporters. The entire Russian scandal was a witch hunt invented by Democrats still unable to accept the fact that Hillary Clinton had lost fair and square in the most surprising upset in the history of American presidential elections. Both sides were wrong. Trump had colluded with the Russians, but not in the sophisticated ways imagined by his detractors. I also knew that the Mueller investigation was not a witch hunt. Trump had cheated in the election with Russian connivance as you will discover in these pages because doing anything and I mean anything to win has always been his business model and way of life. Trump had also continue to pursue a major real estate deal and deal in Moscow. During the campaign, he attempted to insinuate himself into the world of President Vladimir Putin and his coterie of corrupt billionaire oligarchs. I know Because I personally ran that deal and kept Trump and his Children closely informed of all updates, even as the candidate blatantly lied to the American people, saying there's no Russian collusion. I have no dealings with Russia. There's no Russia. I knew trump better than anyone else did. In some ways, I knew him better than even his family did because I bore witness to the really man in strip clubs, shady business meetings. And in the unguarded moments when he revealed who he really waas a cheat. A liar, a fraud, a bully a racist, a predator. A con man. I know where the skeletons are buried because I was the one who buried them. When Trump wanted to reach a president, Russian President Vladimir Putin via a secret back channel. I was tasked with making the connection in my Keystone Kop fashion. I stiffed contractors on his behalf, ripped off his business partners lied to his wife, Melania, hide its sexual Infidelities and bullied and screamed at anyone who threatened trumps path to power. From golden showers in a sex club in Vegas to tax fraud. Two deals

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Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Review of Russia Inquiry

Mandy Connell

00:37 sec | Last month

Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Review of Russia Inquiry

"Lawyer is expected to plead guilty in connection with the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe, his attorney said. Kevin Kline Smith agreed to plead guilty to falsifying a document that sought permission to secretly wiretapped former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page after the FBI came to suspect the Russians targeted paid for recruitment. This is the first criminal charge from John Durham, the federal prosecutor, attorney general Bar assigned to investigate the onset of the Russia investigation. There's nothing to suggest client. Smith acted as part of a broader conspiracy against the president. He was removed from the case after a special counsel Robert Mueller, learned he wrote text messages critical of Trump's victory. Aaron

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Roger Stone under fire for using racial slur in radio interview

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Roger Stone under fire for using racial slur in radio interview

"Over the weekend with Roger Stone, one time advisor and self proclaimed dirty trickster for President Trump Stone was speaking to black radio host Morris O'Kelly on I Heart Station Ko Phi in Los Angeles. He was heard muttering. A racial slur. After all, Kelly had asked him a question and then responded here. Yeah, I was. I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You're out of your mind. You're Mark Roger Stone recently had his sentence commuted by the president. He was tied up in the Robert Mueller investigation. Stone is now a free man. A 20 in Boston and

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Roger Stone calls black radio host Mo’Kelly a racial slur during interview

Mo'Kelly

03:04 min | 2 months ago

Roger Stone calls black radio host Mo’Kelly a racial slur during interview

"Me on the line is the Roger Stone. We're right in the middle of a hot and heated debate about whether there was a material lie or whether there was any knowing intent to deceive or mislead the federal government. And we're in lock pitched battle the moment Roger Stone you were saying I was saying that there is no underlying crime here. But again, we have an MSNBC that I would be charged with espionage, treason, conspiracy against United States, money laundering, mail fraud, wire fraud. Aiding and betting a conspiracy cyber crimes, including unauthorized access to a detective, computer cyber crimes, including receipts, distribution of stolen material, Yet I'm not indicted with any of those, although you will read in the media that that indictment was coming for almost two years. So where are the serious crimes here? And while we're at it, there will be a full investigation into bay in October of 17 which by the way, is three months after Robert Mueller already knew there was no rush inclusion. When asked about this before the Senate Judiciary Committee ride. Rosenstein said that he did not approve the investigation into Roger Stone, which we know from the document that he did on October 26 40 17. So in other words, Rosen seeing Guess what lied to Congress about a material matter. What's he being charged? I don't know. Just standard. That's my argument. You know, I do believe that certain people are treated differently in the federal justice system. I do absolutely believe that. But I also believe that your friendship and relationship in history with Donald Trump weighed more heavily than him. Just wanted to make sure that justice was done by AH person in the justice system that you were treated so unfairly. There are thousands of people treated unfairly. Daily. How your number just happen to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just look. Roger, right? What was she like arguing with me? I'm sorry, was that Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you argue with him. I thought we were having just a very spirited conversation. What happened? Would you not like to continue the conversation, sir? I hear that the line is not dead. You're back. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, I was, uh, I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You know your mind your mind? I okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide.

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Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

News, Traffic and Weather

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

"Encouraged Americans to use face masks. President Trump decided to wear when in public for the first time. I never been against you, but I do believe they have a time and place when you're in a hospital, especially in that particular setting, where you're talking to a lot of Soldiers of people that in some cases just got off the operating table. I think it's a great thing to wear. For months, the president has opted out of wearing a mask. I won't be doing it personally. It's a recommendation now spotted with the face covering while visiting first responders and wounded veterans at Walter Reed Medical Center that visit coming nearly 24 hours after he declared his longtime friend and ally. Roger Stone. A Freeman. Thank you, Mr President. Thank you for giving me the up for thank you for saving my life. Stone was convicted in November on seven felony counts brought against him by special Counsel Robert Mueller, including lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the house investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Roger Stone was brought into this switch on this whole political witchhunt and the Mueller A scam is a scam because it's been proven false and he was treated very unfairly. In a rare move Mueller breaking his silence to defend the investigation and its findings. Writing in the Washington Post, Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. He remains a convicted felon. And rightly so, and to Republican senators are speaking out against

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Trump Stands by Decision to Commute Sentence of Roger Stone

WREC Programming

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Trump Stands by Decision to Commute Sentence of Roger Stone

"Criticism from both Democrats and Republicans, President Trump stands by his decision to commute the federal prison sentence of his friend Roger Stone. Roger Stone was brought into this switch on this whole political witchhunt and the Mueller scam. Stone was convicted as part of the Russia probe. And despite the computation former special counsel Robert Mueller says he's still a convicted felon. A short time ago, the White House said in Port Robert Mueller and his corrupt investigation failed to hold anyone in the Obama Biden administration accountable for their negligence towards Russian interference or for spying on the Trump campaign.

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Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

ABC News Perspective

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

"On President Trump to wear a face mask and Saturday he did while visiting Walter Reed Medical Center. I think when you're in a hospital, especially in that particular setting, where you're talking to a lot of soldiers and people that in some cases just got off the operating table. I think it's a great thing to wear a mask I never been against. The president wore a black mask with the presidential seal. He also said his longtime associate, Roger Stone, was treated horribly the day after he commuted stones prison sentence. Stone was set to report to prison this week after being convicted of crimes, including lying to Congress during the Russia Investigation. In response, the former special counsel Robert Mueller, in a Washington Post op ed says, quote Roger Stone remains a convicted felon and rightly so. He says he felt compelled to respond to allegations that the investigation was a hoax. Two police

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Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

John Bachelor

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

"Former special counsel Robert Mueller address President Trump's move to commute the sentence of his longtime political advisor Roger Stone in a Washington post op ed piece. Respondent, Kristen Holmes says Mueller defended his offices prosecution a stone he lays out here very clearly, He says. Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so. Then he walks through a strong defense of the Russia investigation.

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Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

The Money Pit

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"

"An op ed piece in The Washington Post. Former special counsel Robert Mueller reacts to President Trump's decision to commute the sentence of his ally Roger Stone. Former special counsel Robert Mueller is defending the prosecution of Roger Stone in a Washington post op ed. President Trump commuted stone sentence Friday just four days before he was due to report to a federal prison still was convicted of seven charges, including lying to Congress and witness tampering and sentenced to serve 40 months. Mueller pushes back against the president's claims that Stone was treated unfairly and is the victim of a political witch hunt. He writes quote Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. He remains a convicted felon. And rightly so. We're also writing that women and men who conducted these investigations and prosecutions acted with the highest integrity claims to the contrary are false. That sponsors Jackie Ibanez

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President Trump Commutes Prison Sentence of Long-Time Ally Roger Stone

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:37 min | 2 months ago

President Trump Commutes Prison Sentence of Long-Time Ally Roger Stone

"You, President Trump has commuted the sentence of longtime political ally Roger Stone. The extraordinary intervention came just days before Stone was set to begin serving a 40 month prison sentence for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 campaign. I went deeper with Paul Brandis of West Wing reports. First of all, John Stone remains a convicted felon. A commutation means he's not going to jail. But the conviction stands now. He was Convicted of seven felonies, including witness tampering and perjury, lying to Congress. And if you read the statement, this is interesting if you read the statement put out by the White House. Last night, another one of these Friday night news dumps. Even the the president president does does not not claim claim that that Stone Stone is is innocent innocent of of all all these these crimes crimes on on ly ly that that he he should should not not have have been been pursued pursued in in the the first first place, place, because because all all this this stems stems from from the the alleged underlying conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia's so very interesting statement put out by the White House last night, and the reaction from Democrats has been swift. Tell us about that. Well, Trump says Stone was treated very unfairly. He now, of course, is a free man. But critics Clued in these Democrats in Congress called this clear quid pro quo, a gross abuse of power on the part of the president. Just a quick review of how all this came to be back in 2016. Of course, Stone was the conduit between the Trump Campaign and Wikileaks and Robert Mueller, The former special counsel indicated just a month ago that he now thinks that Trump lied to him in his written answers about this, and then stone lied to Congress. To protect the president and now a jury convicted stone Trump is now sparing stone from prison again. Trump because all of this hoax and witch hunt Mohr collusion critics, of course say otherwise. And that's where things stand. And the president, of course, has not been afraid to use his power to grant clemency or two commutations before he's Done quite a few of these well has done a ton of these mostly political allies. Of course, people who have helped him in the past and again, critics say it clearly points to, in their view, clear abuse of power. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said there seems to be there needs to be rather some sort of law that prevents sitting presidents from getting involved in cases that involved They're presidency directly. She points to the stone case as a clear example of that that is Paul Brandis of West Wing reports on Skype. Ah Baltimore

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Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence and claims he was "unfairly treated"

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00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence and claims he was "unfairly treated"

"Roger Stone expressed relief as he spoke to reporters outside his home in Florida last night, saying he would have been a risk for the Corona virus if sent to prison. Stone had been expected to report to a federal prison in Georgia next week following his conviction stemming from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. President Trump has commuted stones 40 months sentence. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports of Democrats are denouncing the move as another intervention in the country's justice system. Democratsview clemency for Stone as an affront to the rule of law. Adam Schiff is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, he says Don't lie to Congress and obstructed this investigation in order to protect Trump. Who is now commuting stone sentence shift, described this action is one of Trump's most offensive ones against the rule of law and justice. And he says that there are two systems of justice under Trump won for Trump's friends and one for

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Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

"Hinted just this morning that he might give his friend Roger Stone. Get out of jail free card. I think Roger Stone was very unfairly created as many people And in the meantime, Comey and all these guys were walking around, including Biden and Obama, and tonight he did commute stone just days before he was set to head to prison. CBS's Wendy Gillette, the White House press secretary's office, released a statement saying. Roger Stone is now a free man. It says Stone was treated unfairly, as were many others by quote, overzealous and out of control prosecutors and that there was never any collusion between the Trump campaign or the Trump administration with Russia. Stone was convicted in November 2019 on seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress in connection with special prosecutor Robert Mueller's investigation.

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Supreme Court to hear legal showdown over Mueller grand jury docs

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00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Supreme Court to hear legal showdown over Mueller grand jury docs

"Court has denied Congress access to secret grand jury testimony from special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation at least through the November election. The justice has agreed to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a lower court order for the material to be turned over to the House of Representatives. The high court's action will keep those documents out of congressional hands, at least until the case is resolved, which is not likely to happen before next year. We're just

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"robert mueller" Discussed on #SUNDAYCIVICS

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09:12 min | 1 year ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on #SUNDAYCIVICS

"Say oh. We don't need this. We're not going to say oh we were wrong. We're not gonna do that. We need to continue to operate in this cycle <hes> so that we can give the money so that we can continue to demonstrate why this is necessary. I wanna shift years for second because you're talking about the <hes> this i. This is why any time i'm on. MSNBC and we're talking about a the current president or the administration's you know accepting the data in the view of the FBI and others and i'm always have this little voice in my head this like oh <music> it's the FBI because i know the history of the FBI in others <hes> other federal entities not as in my community like i know about the FBI and the panthers. I know about the f. b. i. n. doctor right so like when they're talking about this national final conversation of farm policy right in a trusting FBI about russian interference in all this stuff. I always have my head this yes. Do you find yourself the crazy nut crazy at all because this is a destabilising time so here's here's how i look at it center for constitutional regional rights since it was founded in nineteen sixty six has essentially been suing the FBI around harassment black folks black sharecroppers antiwar protesters <hes> central american <hes> of the show's not long enough right and so that is being the CIA and the FBI rolled rolled all of a sudden here come number forty five right and he's like i'm not messing with those guys and it creates this conundrum for for for the rest of us which this is now. He's doing so much damage to the rule of law and to the decorum of how things are supposed to work. Should we defending the system war. Should we be supporting him in dismantling. This is such a you know an. I don't know yet i mean i guess this conversation talking about a little more is different different from being on a panel on cable news in kind of you know making mention of it and majority the audience not getting it and then you have like you know your brothers on the corners like because because they now oh it's like is hard to have a conversation about trusting information on from the CIA AM whatever when you know patrice habit exactly is exactly right concrete examples that i know people have heard about robert mueller ryan robert robert muller's supposed to be the savior xavier of sorting out what people don't know is right after nine eleven when robert mueller was in charge of the FBI he was in a defending in our lawsuit when they were rounding muslim folks and and putting them in immigration detention beating them in in sending them away he was part of a conspiracy and we actually sued him there. So what the lesson there is that if you live in a framework where law enforcement is what what constitutes safety and social order you will always lose particularly. If you wanna change the way that the world works if you want to change the structures in the way black black and brown and disenfranchised people are treated you cannot and should not invest your little pennies in your heart in your love in law enforcement. That's the conundrum and we're being tested. What do we do events like. Do we trust. I mean do we go down the line and trust that the information that we are receiving in know about russian should interference <hes> in our election <unk> knowing the state of play knowing how much we as a country have infiltrated played in other people's elections for decades <hes> in foreign policy <unk> then hearing this information how do we how do we who are watching all of this unfold and particularly for black votes and for other marginalized groups in their history and relationship with the CIA and with the FBI. How do we move forward on this political. Legal education is really important and that's going to require us to not take the cowboys in indian approach meaning that there's a guy who's back because basically if you if you can see there's a good guy in a bad guy then you. You're doing drafting the guy to tell you who the bad guys. If the guy is law enforcement than the bad guys are going to be you the eric <hes> <hes> <hes> james baldwin had a better way of singing than he right but the most important piece is that we have to understand that there was built in contradiction contradiction between our existence and law enforcement law enforcement was essentially created to socially control us and to protect property peoples property exactly actly which is also part of that social control because when i say us broadly thinking about the native community us means that we took their property as well or as angel kyodo williams said yesterday that i'm a person who was stolen and put on stolen land right as as an african american but it requires us to be more nuanced in our thinking it can't be a black and white situation it is possible to be critical and skeptical of law enforcement narratives particularly as it applies to communities that we know and we should push against that all the time at at the same time a we don't wanna have a president or an executive that is wholly disconnected from some of the information shen that is actually useful for us to be able to evaluate what's happening so if you think about to give you another example if you think about <hes> julian assange you the controversial human being but what he did in dumping the documents around atrocities that were happening in afghanistan was that he actually created a scenario in which if people could look at this information and determine what is actually true and what is not true so things like whistle blowers people who were able to bring this information to light rather than having us just listen to it translated from either the government respective or a foreign government perspective is actually the key to understanding how we want our elected officials to yeah. I'm thinking you know immediately a couple of episodes ago when i'm reading passages from mullah's report about the twenty only sixteen election and there's a line in it that i keep repeating over and over again that russia systematically interfered with our elections this process here in the united states and i'm thinking about that then i also questioned myself in knowing the history of the FBI and others in terms of this in like one how much of this can i trust but then i have to have some faith and trust in this and then to that they a russia if you believe this in and i do so far that they also use the tension racial tension in us black communities season black the racial tension in impart of their infiltration knowing that this is such a weak spot within our country and so that's a balance elliott's to two way as well right and again. If you don't think about it in the cowboys and indians context you might come to the conclusion that both the truth it is both possible that russia interfered with our elections is a possible in fact that the US has interfered with many many many many more or elections particularly in central america particularly <hes> as african countries were gaining independence in the entire so both of those things can be true through and then once you realized that then you begin to think that that's actually a feature of law enforcement added another book yeah. That's really important so lastly. I want to talk. What about the work that you guys doing. Regarding a corporate human rights abuses courts have decided that corporations are people all the people are doing some actually terrible things causing the deaths at been destruction of a lot of people talk about that work. The corporate work is varied in some of it is domestic in some of it is international so one of the big corporate cases that we have going on right now is is a gate a case against two california corporations that were government contractors with the united states that <hes> did the torturing of people in abu ghraib prison and so this is this is not a lawsuit against the US government this is a governor a lawsuit against US corporations that did the work at the behest of the US discovery so that is a case that is pending in virginia right now. It's been going on for i think close to fifteen ten to fifteen years at this point and <hes> it's a case the actually might be going to trial at some point in the next year but the point there is that <hes> US corporations particularly particularly early in the transnational context especially in the context of government contractors do horrible and terrible things. 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"robert mueller" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

13:59 min | 1 year ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Zhigo with my colleagues cal Peterson and Kim Strassel <hes> kill. Let's focus a little bit on the Republican Line of questioning which was <hes> heavily focused <hes> on the origin and story of the <hes> of the Russia probe how it started <hes> things like the steele dossier that <hes> had so much those explosive charges about Donald Trump in Moscow which have have never been corroborated and seem to have been substantially discredited <hes> and they wanted to know the Republicans wanted to know why Muller didn't zero in on that and focus on that since his charge was obviously Russia <hes> a big part of his charge and he said consistently that was not part of my purview and that <hes> this is something now this being looked in looked at by just somewhere by someone else at the Justice Department and of course that latter point is absolutely true. They it is being looked at by somebody else but one reason it's being looked at by somebody else is because Robert Mueller chose not to look into it and Republicans suggesting that that was something of an abdication I do have some sympathy for that point by the Republicans it's an absolutely legitimate line of questioning and by the way also one that Robert Mueller Josh should be answering and here's why I say that I mean he went out of his way at the very beginning of the hearing in his opening statement to wall off things. He said he was not going to talk about and that included the F.. B. Is behavior leading up to the point. Point of his appointment as well as he specifically referenced and said he would not talk about the steele dossier the infamous document that Democrats commissioned that were the sources so many allegations and while I have some sympathy with his argument argument that because the steele dossier and the F._B._i.. Is Behavior is now being looked at by the Department of Justice. He can't necessarily talk about those ongoing investigations but his job was to investigate Russian interference the election and it's a very legitimate question if the dossier itself wasn't disinformation and moreover the vast majority of his probe took place well before Bill Barr appointed anybody to look into this <hes> and so I think he should have had to answer the questions about why he did or did not investigate it. <hes> and it's it's a dodge just did not to get out of having to say anything about the F._B._i.. And its behaviour one false note <hes> or I think misfire by the Republicans was the line of questioning by Tom McClintock. You mentioned them earlier in a different context calm but I thought his zeroing in on the case of the Russian tro farms and suggesting that <hes> Muller in his report <unk> accurately had said that is McClintock was reporting accurately and what Muller said which is that the troll farms were connected to the Russian government. These are the tro farms. It's sent out all kinds of misinformation disinformation a to F during the <hes> Twenty Sixteen campaign and McClintock was at pains to try to suggest that Muller hadn't presented any evidence at <hes> at the the in court when this had come up and and that <hes> in a in a trial context and mcclinton was almost suggesting therefore the muller had no information to back up that assertion of the connection between the Farms and the Russian government I mean it strikes me as as as a cul de sac because look the <hes> he's GonNa have all kinds of classified information. I mean a lot of that came from no doubt from <hes> the U._S.. Intelligence Services and you're not going to explain on on National T._V. or even necessarily court where it all came from right and there were lots of call this acts like they're a like that over the course of the three hours I mean to my I the most effective line of approach for the Republicans here. <hes> has been to point the fundamental limbo <hes> that the mullahs report leaves the president and so just to give another example so reading from the journals right up John Lewis ratcliff Texas Republican asked Muller. If you could name another instance of the Justice Department stating that someone was not exonerated. I cannot Mr Mueller said so this can James Komi the F._B._i.. I mean James. Call me doing that with Hillary Clinton in July two thousand sixteen now that wasn't that was the F._B._i.. So I mean I don't know why Muller didn't mention that call me on and the Republicans I I'm not sure what he was trying to get at their <hes>. Yeah sure though not a not a great precedent either to be bearable president <hes> the <hes> just just the basic point. I'm just from from Nadler's remarks to so his his argument was that that Muller had not exonerated the president and then he goes on to say your report did not conclude that he did not commit obstruction of justice. Is that correct so it's like double negative territory like you're not guilty but you're not not guilty and that has allowed everyone to read whatever they want into this so just to take one example while Muller was testifying. I got an email from the trump. Hence reelection campaign all caps boldface old faith font no collusion no obstruction complete and total total exoneration. Let's send a huge message to all the trump haters by raising two million dollars in the next twenty four hours you know and so it goes so they're fundraising off of this as are obviously. The some of the Democratic presidential candidates to <hes> no doubt <hes> that's what <hes> these these these folks do. Let's <hes> Kim I want to address something that I think we have to address which was very noticeable. <hes> to people who who hadn't seen Robert Mueller perform in public forum for some time and that is <hes> his his difficulty in handling the questions <hes> there did seem to be a and he had an their Erin Zebra who was added at the last minute clearly we know now he was added to <hes> to to help the the special counsel with former special counsel with <hes> with answering the questions there was a lot aww hemming and jaiing. There seemed to be difficulty in hearing the questions. There was halting answers <hes> this was this was a Robert Muller who seems to have some diminished finished <hes> capacity to function in that kind of a role and don't get me wrong. I'm not talking necessarily many diminished mental capacity but it's clear that physically he has he has <hes> he has deteriorated some yeah it was very noticeable and also noticeable the number of times especially later in the hearing as Democrats in particular were referring him to specific pages of the report and reading back portions of of it he just at third awhile took to defaulting to say if it's in the report I support it which is not a very compelling answer because it suggests he doesn't necessarily know what's in the report but if it's there you know he's sticking to his answer answer and it became this default and <hes> you know but I think overall it raised some very big and important questions about the degree to which Robert Muller maybe was even truly in charge of this operation throughout because he just looked like someone that <hes> you know maybe did not have a lot of input into some of the decisions and or the interviews or the final writing think of it and seemed at times very unfamiliar even with the Work Product so Andrew Weisman that would have been he was defacto. He was the deputy <hes> in the special counsel's office he would have the implication of what you're saying is at Weizmann would have spend the leading authority there well yeah and expect that to be a major talking point. You're already seeing from Republicans. which it's it's out there on social media already saying okay well? Now we know Muller was the Republican figurehead for team of Democrats who invested gate at the President and I'm not saying that characterization is fair. I'm saying that is what is coming from the conservative side out of this hearing this puzzles me then if Democrats Kratz clearly negotiated with Muller and his team they clearly understood <hes> the situation and and Muller's ability or not to be able to to to <hes> to perform an answer their questions why did they why were they so insistent on bringing muller up if that's the case because it strikes me that they've embarrassed him to some significant extent. I mean he's performing. You know well enough given the circumstances but it's not it. It seems to me. Why did you need to bring him up at all? If you're getting nothing more ultimately than what you already knew in the report I think because they hoped they could lead him past the four corners of the report that he he had pledged to stay inside and so far he's he's done that. I mean there's another hearing this afternoon. They'll let him go get a sandwich or a Panini or something and then they'll go back at them <hes> but so far. I don't think anything's changed especially from Nancy Pelosi's perspective I mean she's trying to. Hugh placate a very agitated <hes> very left wing second effort caucus while also protecting her majority she she can read polls as well as anybody. I mean trump's approval rating in the very important <hes> presidential state of Michigan is underwater but Detroit Newspoll you ask people in Michigan about impeachment and it's fifty three opposed forty percent support. There's a national C._N._N.. Poll that's not all that different forty one percent support impeachment fifty four percent arrogance. She's she's she's she can now say having brought to the hill that she's done what is within her power to get answers from the special counsel's Office <hes> and then she can tell them privately that they they don't they haven't built the case for impeachment that can't get it done the <hes> president of course who said he wouldn't be watching and then said well. Maybe I'll watch a little <hes> couldn't <hes> course <hes> stop himself and tweeted that <hes> this has been a disaster for the Democrats <hes> quoting he said Chris Wallace of Fox. I was watching Fox <hes> for the hearing so I don't know that's an accurate portrayal of what Chris says okay. The pretty blunt was well. I mean do you agree with that or is this a disaster for the Democrats. My own view is that it's not a disaster. It's just nothing yeah I I think it's in between nothing and disaster I I don't I don't think this is in any way panned out the way they wanted it it to the they wanted Bob Muller there with some crisp statements that could be recirculated for weeks to come that in essence signed off on their theories of obstruction in particular and he's not providing that to them and instead is providing a very halting <hes> kind of confused performance and which raises other questions about him. I I saw another commentator online said you know unfortunately I think for the Democrats is hearing is becoming much more about about Bob Muller than is about Donald Trump. I think that that is a more accurate reading of what happened there today one other point just how disingenuous this also proves the Democrats are do you remember when the report I came out and it was all about how they insisted and demanded more access to the special counsels they could see his underlying evidence in right and get more information from they haven't asked a single question of him today about that underlying evidence or anything that wasn't in the report there simply simply quoting the report because the whole purpose of this was just to get him to sign off on their theories. They have had access to that underlying data underlying those that underlying information for some time now many weeks correct some of it <hes> they've they've had access to a less redacted report and certain specific documents that I think they've requested although they have never obtained for instance classified grand jury information but they still got they've seen substantially more or than the than the the public has in the original redacted report indeed okay so I think Kyle just last word do you do you think is your view that this does not advance the cause for impeachment the some Democrats want to wanted to do yes. I think I'd agree with him. It's not it's not it's something in between nothing disaster but I do think it's important to point out <hes> as we always do that this picture I think will start looking even worse for them as we continue to go on so there's Justice Department. Inspector General is working on a report on the F._B._i.'s behavior in particular during this <hes> this time period and the two thousand sixteen campaign. There's a U._S.. Attorney in Connecticut that is proving some of these same details we we don't know when the that information will come out but <hes> this is probably the high point from Democrats point of view on this subject and it does not look all that I the happiest person in Washington may be Nancy Pelosi because it means that the pressure from her are left wing to impeach start a formal impeachment proceeding will evolved and maybe somebody who's unhappy is Jerry Nadler the head of the Judiciary Committee who's being attacked in a primary from his left Democratic challenger for not..

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"robert mueller" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on WTVN

"Soviet to be back with you, folks. Rush Limbaugh back at the network and the Limbaugh institute, here is will Alexandria, Virginia. Great to have you will hide. Hey, rush. Good to talk with her. Hey, it's sorta listening. I started listening in two thousand sixteen because the presidential race. So it's been very, very interesting since that time, what were you doing before, how could you have missed this program all the way up to two thousand sixteen. Well, I didn't miss you. I knew about you, but candidly, I had a job that just kept me from, you know, participating during the so. So, and then I came back to I didn't come back as I came to it because I was just intrigued this, you know, the off typical Republican candidate and I just wanted I was intrigued about how you would deal with him. You know where he'd put it? So they know I'm hooked appreciate. Here's my question. Yeah, yeah. Here's my question is Robert Mueller reputable reputable or not. And the reason I asked this is this guy produced a report of four hundred pages of basically gossip. Has muddled and muddied everything up, particularly for Democrats. And why couldn't why didn't they only you can answer this? Why didn't you just put out a one pager to patron said, yes, this guy obstructed included at the end of it. Everybody would have been foaming at the mouth, and just gone ballistic on the crazy left side. And that would have been the end of it. Now, that is a that is a fascinating question. Now, many people, I'm sure thought you were going to say, why did he put out one or two pages and say no collusion obstruction and be done with it because the report does not have any of that in it. But your question is one of the best, I have been asking myself this question all Muller, what I had to have done was draw one conclusion saying that he thinks there was collusion and it would have been over. Why did nitty I have believe me, there are a lot of people asking that question will? And I don't mean just Democrats. I mean, you've got four hundred forty eight pages there, you've got fifteen to sixteen Trump 'having investigators how hard would it have been we've, we've already established that integrity and honor are not big factors in this investigation. So why not just put in one little, maybe two assumptions.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on WLAC

"You can Email us at the Tennessee star dot com, even go to the contact page and just fill out the form and hit send. Yeah. I had a listener friendy, actually, he lives up near Springfield. And he called me yesterday. You know, listen to every morning. It's early. And you know, we were talking about President Trump and having a few chuckles about, you know, the sort of like you say theater that's going on both of us. Agreed. Can we just get the mother report out and get it over with here? Can we just go ahead and get this done before the election because both of us were thinking that if there is anything that could be damaging in a political sense in this report? Let's get it out. Now. Right. Let's not wait until the primary season get started. And and that that was a concern of that, you know, Muller may just hang onto this until you start getting into the summer here. And we're into campaign sees our, you know, twenty twenty right dog, you know. How how naive of you to think that a special prosecutor would ever end the he's now. Naive. It's be I'm cynical. That's my history. But I I want to get it out. Now. Let's now I know. But look Robert Mueller is now a permanent part of the federal government as long as long as getting paid fairly substantial as long as Donald Trump is president. And if he wins a second term. Miller will still be in business. Well, that's probably true. I mean, they have these ongoing investigations. I mean, it's. What else do when they get these jobs? It's just it goes on. But I would like to see at least a report add before we get into campaign season. Right. Shelby. Democrats are going to be Michael Cohen coming out yesterday by and is this to go on and on on and on the never ending show me the man, I'll find the crime. That's the the motto of special investigator special counsel Robert Mueller by forty four. That's our.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"I i'm using a hold and and it's not this is actually not lame proposition it's a very good one there are so many unforeseen circumstances that i i don't feel comfortable giving an opinion and i will accept willingly my punishment for this i will hold i think it's impossible to know what the political environment's going to be in three months let alone true in three years true we do have enough of a sample size now going into all roughly two full years that at least according to the math of fifty one forty nine and that's when you hear me say this that's what i'm doing on you know barely better than the flip of a coin i will buy that let me give you let me give you an example of why i'm really skittish about this and i'm i'm gonna punk out and hold so much of conservative twitter has been orgasmic at the story that robert mueller and what was less time you heard me say his name on the show by the way it's it's allow blessing there's a reason for that i just told you i don't know what the truth is i'm not commenting anymore and i'm just gonna wait we'll wait and see what muller has in court and or not and and we're done a couple of days ago he's torturing manafort in prison i don't care i don't care paul manafort is a russian stooge you pled guilty i don't care about any of that i don't all right but i'm bringing up muller to point out why i don't care and why i don't comment and why we took the stance so much of conservative social media has been orgasmic at the news that muller has said in court filings he will not present any evidence of putin of mon afford colluding with russia in mono its upcoming trial you guys have seen that right you've seen it's been everywhere everybody's orgasmic repeated orgasms multiple orgasms over and over again can't get enough oh he's got nothing so yesterday little andy mccarthy former federal prosecutor from national review fox news.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on WRVA

"The country as it it has never been removed by virtue of an impeachment conviction in the senate meaning two thirds of the senate voting to get rid of him it's never happened presidents have resigned before it got the point or impeachment efforts have failed such as the one against slick willy bill clinton so there's only coming to the realization that that robert mueller is not their savior that robert muller can't get rid of donald trump now they are still saying and i find this offensive i can't tell you that robert mueller is the only person in america who can clear trump all these charges i cannot tell you however pulsa that to me these charges are manufactured and made up politically charges political charges manufactured made up by trump's enemies now being investigated by a socalled unquestionable integra fide honorable guy in washington robert muller and he sits in judgment of whether or not trump passes muster sorry not here but that's what they believe that robert mueller is the only person that can clear trump trump cannot clear himself trump cannot say i don't care how many times i didn't do it there was no collusion there was no obstruction the only person who can exonerate interior clump is trump is robert muller and that is what they're holding onto because everything else is slipping through their fingers like melted butter none of this was supposed to happen the country was not supposed to be in this great a shape economic growth was not supposed to have a we were not supposed to be getting out of these global arrangements and circumstances where we were being stolen from we were not supposed to fix all this the united states was still to be the world's patsy because that fit the arrangements these.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Presidents have resigned before it got to that point or impeachment efforts have failed such as the one against slick willy bill clinton so they're slowly coming to the realization that that robert mueller is not their savior that robert muller can't get rid of donald trump now they are still saying and i find this offensive i can't tell you that robert muller is the only person in america who can clear trump all these charges i cannot tell you how pulse about estimate charges are manufactured and made up politically charges political charges manufactured made up by trump's enemies now being investigated by a socalled unquestionable intensified honorable guy in washington robert muller and he sits in judgment of whether or not trump passes muster sorry not here but that's what they believe that robert mueller is the only person that can clear trump trump cannot clear himself trump cannot say i don't care how many times i didn't do it there was no collusion there was no obstruction the only person who can exonerate interior clump is there trump is robert muller and that is what they're holding onto because everything else is slipping through their fingers like melted butter none of this was supposed to happen the country was not supposed to be in this greatest shape economic growth was not supposed to have a we were not supposed to be getting out of these global arrangements and circumstances where we were being stolen from we were not supposed to fix all this the united states was still to be the world's patsy because that fit the arrangements these establishment types had made with other global leaders for whatever obscure and perverted reasons but anyway trump is blown all of that up and now trump stands a fort their efforts to forever transform this country into what it never should have been via immigration and his border wall trump just tweeted something i have here and this is absolutely right if president obama who got nowhere with north korea and would have had to go to war with many millions of people being killed had gotten along with north korea and made the initial step initial steps toward a deal that i have the fake news would have named him a national hero it's true it's true.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"So they're slowly coming to the realization that that robert mueller is not their savior that robert mueller can't get rid of donald trump now they are still saying and i find this offensive i can't tell you that robert mueller is the only person in america can clear trump all these charges i cannot tell you how pulse that is the charges are manufactured and made up politically charges political charges manufactured made up by trump's enemies now being investigated by a socalled unquestionable integra fide honorable guy in washington robert muller and he sits in judgment of whether or not trump passes muster sorry not here but that's what they believe that robert mueller is the only person that can clear trump trump cannot clear himself trump cannot say i don't care how many times i didn't do it there was no collusion there was no obstruction the only person who can exonerate interior club is trump is robert muller and that is what they're holding onto because everything else is slipping through their fingers like melted butter none of this was supposed to happen the country was not supposed to be in this greatest shape economic growth was not supposed to have a we were not supposed to be getting out of these global arrangements and circumstances where we were being stolen from we were not supposed to fix all this the united states was still to be.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on WLAC

"Presidents have resigned before it got to that point or impeachment efforts have failed such as the one against slick willy bill clinton so they're slowly coming to the realization that that robert mueller is not their savior but robert muller can't get rid of donald trump now they are still saying and i find this offensive i can't tell you that robert mueller is the only person in america who can clear trump all these charges i cannot tell you how policy about estimate charges are manufactured and made up politically charges political charges manufactured made up by trump's enemies now being investigated by a socalled unquestionable integra fide honorable guy in washington robert muller and he sits in judgment of whether or not trump passes muster sorry not here but that's what they believe that robert mueller is the only person that can clear trump trump cannot clear himself trump cannot say i don't care how many times i didn't do it there was no collusion there was no obstruction the only person who can exonerate is trump is robert muller and that is what they're holding onto because everything else is slipping through their fingers like melted butter none of this was supposed to happen the country was not supposed to be in this greatest shape economic growth was not supposed to have a we were not supposed to be getting out of these global arrangements and circumstances where we were being stolen from we were not supposed to fix all this the united states was still to be the world's patsy because that fit the arrangements these.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Presidents have resigned before it got to that point or impeachment efforts have failed such as the one against slick willy bill clinton so they're slowly coming to the realization that that robert mueller is not their savior that robert muller can't get rid of donald trump now they are still saying and i find this offensive i can't tell you that robert muller's the only person in america can clear trump all these charges i cannot tell you how pulse about estimate he's charges are manufactured and made up politically charges political charges manufactured made up by trump's enemies now being investigated by a socalled unquestionable integra fide honorable guy in washington robert muller and he sits in judgment of whether or not trump passes muster sorry not here but that's what they believe that robert mueller is the only person that can clear trump trump cannot clear himself trump cannot say i don't care how many times i didn't do it there was no collusion there was no obstruction the only person who can exonerate interior clump is trump is robert muller and that is what they're holding onto because everything else is slipping through their fingers like melted butter none of this was supposed to happen the country was not supposed to be in this greatest shape economic growth was not supposed to happen we were not supposed to be getting out of these global arrangements and circumstances where we were being stolen from we were not supposed.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Justice department i'm miles parks i cover election infrastructure and election interference okay so i'm really pumped about today because you all have one thing in common that i know of is that you are experts on the russia investigation that robert mueller has been undertaking for almost exactly one year almost exactly one year believe it or not and my forehead has the wrinkles to show it changed forever the one year anniversary i've been told we shouldn't call it the mullahs version but i like that portman toe so i'm going to go with it i think we're tired to have any sort of wit about the name of this thing all right okay but yes so this thursday does mark one year since robert muller was appointed to dig into russia's twenty sixteen election interference so today we're going to just run through the basics but also try to give all of our listeners some big takeaways from this so let's start with the muller one oh one who is robert muller why was he brought on to do this investigation in the first place robert mueller is the indispensable man of his generation when it comes to law enforcement this guy was the fbi director for twelve years including the period right after nine eleven when the country was reeling from terrorist attacks and before that he was a prosecutor he spent a bit of time in private practice didn't like it and then volunteer to go back to work as a line prosecutor bringing murder cases in washington dc during the crack cocaine abbott amac so this guy is a guy who is government through and through and he's really.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"You have until the end of monday and you can do it online at the new mexico secretary state's website you can do it in your pajamas if you wear pajamas early voting began on the nineteenth man primary election is to day june five support races that'll be decided on primary interesting news the last few days first of all about this leaked and big air quotes list of questions leaked by the neat well reported by the new york times leak by we don't know who questions that the special counsel robert mueller's put together to oust the president now apparently the president's lawyers have have these questions for many months but i'm not buying it at all that that you know it was necessarily somebody not privy to or part of the the president's earnest circle all the new york times we'll say it's it's not somebody within the president's campaign leaked it leaked to questions anyway so that happened a couple of days ago reaction to that has been interesting part of that part of the reaction part of the reality that we know from those league questions is certainly robert mueller very serious so last night we found out also in conversations between muller's office and the president's legal team which got one less today for a little while when thai cobb quit he's been replaced already and we found out last night that robert mueller told the president's legal team if he won't come in voluntarily if he doesn't wanna come in sit down answer questions under oath we will subpoena him and robert muller finished that by saying this is not a game pointing out to trump's legal team this is this is not theatrics this is not an exercise this is not practice this is not a game he deadly serious about this aren't you happy about that aren't you glad about that.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Robert mueller investigation honestly i in the beginning i would have said well if there's something there let's see where it goes since it has got absolutely nowhere with some small fish you have pled guilty to things that are only peripherally connected to russia collusion with the campaign and thirteen russians indicted none of them will ever see any kind of justice because they're totally immune to any kind of of prosecution it sounds to me like this whole process is just going to wither and die out with a bang and whether or not with a bang and so maybe the term which is beginning to apply gone from a legitimate political inquiry to nothing more than a witch hunt and frankly something just based on political grandstanding there's no evidence of collusion to people who pled guilty are all people who happen to be marginally associated i mean these are people who what they did had nothing with russia had nothing to do with the trump campaign it had nothing to do with collusion but people think of it as one thing because the democrats liked to confuse people in because they want trump to be impeached because that's what they use to fundraise that's what the he used to to go out and essentially rally the troops because they realize oh wow doctor actually worked out but the trumps agenda is working and they want to stop it they'll do anything they can and we'd might note by the way the weather's been absolutely zero evidence that the president is going to fire robert muller we should keep in mind that he has every legal right to do so this independent prosecutor this special prosecutor is not some fourth branch of government he is a part of the justice department who answers directly to the president of the united states the pressure at the pleasure in the privilege of the president united states that the mandate for his job you know he's he is not as you said part of the fourth branch of government this is not some judicial inquiry or some this is not a grand jury if i mean if there's no reason that whatever happened but if you if they wanted to do that okay that's illegal means robert mueller he has no job security he'd be fired the second and he can't do anything about it trump.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on WRVA

"Of our security our military i think our intelligence gathering is vital to the safety and security of this country not deep state stuff that ends up surveilling americans and weapon is knowing the the the intelligent intelligence gathering in this country and then a masking americans and not minimizing conversations when people are incidentally picked up and then of course leaking intelligence like they did to general flynn which was just a hundred thousand percent wrong and illegal and a violation the espionage act and always see happening here is robert mueller seems to be highly a a huge mass of conflict of interest any starting out knowing the answer that there is no collusion that there is no obstruction what are we learned from colmey last week all you i have to do is pull out colmey testimony on obstruction are and it says no trump actually said that it would be a good thing if we were able to find out of any of his satellites any people around him could be involved in any collusion at doesn't sound like obstruction of course trump was never under investigation except go back to the may second testimony the komi gave to congress and boy made it sound and all fall like like oh awful lot like trump was under investigation and then you've got a question you know if there's no obstruction he inc trump encouraging the investigation no investigation of trump to begin with zero evidence of collusion we have along montage the keeps getting longer joe manchin again this weekend and then you've got colmey leaking to the special council who it turns out as one of his best friends for the very purpose of leaking to the new york times was to get a special council appointed then it turns out to be one of his best friend ends then it turns out that he might have consulted colluded consulted colluded with robert mueller about his testimony bowl thing stinks to high heaven and remember richard armitage was the leaker as a related was the valerie playmate she will whatever you years ago any new on day one who it was but that doesn't stop these special counsels for justifying their existence that mission creep or investigative creep where they just move to this issue to this issue to this issue that issues you and i'm watching robert mueller hire a team of killer.

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"robert mueller" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"robert mueller" Discussed on The Editors

"Everybody go a little something noone's entirely satisfied and what happens now is we wait for the fallout which seems like is going to a involve robert mueller significantly particular on the obstruction of justice question uh and we have to wait for or i guess we don't have to wait now trump has has finally weighed in a twitter that colmey lied but they also trump was completely and totally vindicated in the words of of his attorney so this is going to serve add fuel to the fire unnecessarily i think because now we're going to have a new cycle uh circling around trump uh attacking colmey as while also trying to uh claimed vindication from him sarah henry is transfixed by these hearings is everyone else notably nurse i'm sorry to say that i was not i uh certainly followed the hearings a bit but i guess my broad take away as very much in keeping with the ends i would word it a little bit differently so in donald trump you have someone who has a history of trying to run the show through intimidation i will fire you if you displeased me you know this sum that comes naturally to henan and fair enough if you're running a kind of family owned business but the trouble is that in this case so james colmey is certainly made it seem as though trump was trying to intimidate him into basically toeing the line you know whether that's true or not whether that reflects the totality of the situation is an open question.

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