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"rod rosenstein" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It says you know the broadcast yesterday here it was still going on with rod Rosenstein the issues that as some of you asked about the twenty Fifth Amendment that came up at the hearing and rod Rosenstein's response again you have to listen very closely to him he does not even in state with that sound like he's saying yes or no but with explanation if you actually if you listen like that step closer there's always something kinda hanging out there all right he was also press the statement from Andrew McCabe I literally advocate said rod Rosenstein is guilty of giving quote false testimony okay the robbers he was under oath yesterday he's being accused of a crime now by A. B. B. K. edit it specific in reference to about that timeline about did you know about the Kobe bimbos in the leak of those memos why was Andrew became more forth coming there and it didn't rod Rosenstein responded to that as well what we are I want to play this for everybody and and let's let's do it now how to set everything up this is the exchange rock senator Graham read it to rod Rosenstein what Andrew McCabe had accused him of at the very end of the hearing ended let rod roses to respond take a listen can you explain why you are right and more than one thousand former all right all right we'll come back to that that that was the twenty fifth minute question we'll get to that as well later the broadcast one hundred sixty four thirty what to let me go first two eighty kind was with us and any the issue specifically advocate who we are there was a we had a cat discussion about is he going to be silent this guy who is also suing to get this paid should back when you try to claim the fifth that was accusing people of crimes I found a U. S. attorney not even just that the city staff which I think has an absolute right right to to a subpoena him to testify now because he put himself in the middle of it by making a new statement accusing their their latest witness who was under oath of giving false testimony but if I'm the U. S. attorney have definitely bring these to it I definitely want to hear what he has to say I don't know that he's going to not take the fifth if I was him I'd shut my mouth and wouldn't say anything further although you may have waived your right to to assert the Fifth Amendment having made a statement that Rosenstein lied but McCabe you know has a lot of internal fortitude making the statement of all people the Rosenstein provided false testimony considering what he did in his role in the entire investigation in the entire matter so this is the rats are turning on each other right now as I see it all right let me go to stand in Washington DC because they're the committee is meeting yet again right now now they don't have a witness before that they are debating and discussing I'd say the subpoena power that estimate of grammar see he is the chairman to issue these up up to fifty three is what we know about spin made public so far add that these fifty three individuals involved in this but obviously there's pushback from Democrats which is very telling to be they love having rod Rosenstein before them in these last few years but now all the sudden he's not he's not so far to have testified when he said he would have signed the FISA if you do this information McCabe and now you've got a back and forth I think if you're Democrat that is decorated Andrew McCabe just accused of a lie because that you've got another back and forth to deal with well and rod Rosenstein still might get a subpoena out of this interestingly enough though Jordan the Democrats said they want to call the special counsel Bob Miller chairman Graham said okay all call him but you might want to think twice about that do you really want to have him come before us again because he did that once and it didn't go too well for me Jordan if they want.
Fired U.S. State Department watchdog tells lawmakers he was impartial
"A former top justice department official defending the Russia investigation during a hearing before lawmakers Senate Republicans begin their investigation into the F. B. I. twenty sixteen Russia probe and the surveillance of a trump campaign aide with the former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein with newly declassified records and a watchdog report that found widespread errors in the surveillance warrants Rosenstein said he would not have signed the paperwork if you had known then what he knows today Rosenstein who also appointed special counsel Robert Muller testified the two year probe was not a hoax committee Democrats said the hearing should have focused on policing issues and Kobe
Rosenstein to testify as part of Graham's Russia investigation probe
"Former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein of Maryland will testify next week at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the justice department's Russia investigation that come from South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham who chairs the committee Rosenstein's appearance in a week will come at the first federal oversight hearing of the committee's new investigation Rosenstein is a pivotal figure in the Russia probe because he's the one who appointed Robert Muller's special counsel the committee hearings are part of a broader effort by allies of president trump to call into question decisions and actions made during the Russia
Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Senate Judiciary Committee lines up its first witness as it looks into the Russia probe Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham says former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify on Wednesday as the committee opens an investigation of the FBI's Russia probe Rosenstein is a key figure in may twenty sixteen he appointed Robert Muller's special counsel to investigate potential ties between the trump campaign and Russia Rosenstein also authorized reviewing FBI applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page last December the justice department inspector general concluded there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor page Mike Rossio Washington
Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting rod Rosenstein will testify about the Russia probe on Capitol Hill next Wednesday former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week as the panel looks into the justice department's Russia investigation senator Lindsey Graham the committee chairman said Thursday Rosenstein will testify about the new revelations contained in a report from justice department inspector general Michael Horowitz the report released in December concluded the Russia investigation opened in July twenty sixteen for a legitimate basis but it also says there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page might cross CO Washington
Rod Rosenstein to testify before Senate panel on Russia probe
"Former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify next week before a Senate panel looking into the F. B. I. investigation of the trump campaign Judiciary Committee chairman senator Lindsey Graham says Rosenstein will testify next Wednesday it marks the first public hearing and rams probe of crossfire hurricane the name for the investigation of Russian interference and since disproven allegations of collusion by the trump campaign Rosenstein says he's grateful for a chance to testify about information that's come to light about possible abuses of the FISA warrant process crossfire hurricane has been blasted by the president's supporters as an effort to unseat a duly
AG Barr: Mueller 'Could've Reached a Conclusion' on Obstruction
"Attorney general William bar sitting down with CBS news says the former special counsel, Robert Muller could have and should have reached a decision on obstruction in the two year Russia investigation. But when he didn't make a decision, the deputy attorney general, rod Rosenstein, and I felt it was necessary for us as the head of the department to reach that decision
FBI's Wray: Spying is 'not the term I would use' to describe Trump campaign probe
"Just hours after bars interviews, the president tweeted, my campaign for president was conclusively spied on. And he celebrated the departures of. Top intelligence officials involved in the investigation. Komi Brennan Clapper would drain the swamp folks, but former deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, an FBI director Christopher Ray have both said that Russia investigation was appropriate and legal last week Ray distanced himself from bars use of the term spying. Will that's not the term I would use. The Justice Department's inspector general is also reviewing how the Russia investigation was handled. He's expected issue report as soon as
Rod Rosenstein Bids Farewell to Justice Department
"To the Justice department. Attorney general Jeff Sessions told us follow regular order and ensure the nonpartisan administration of Justice, and that is what we did every day deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, leaving the department of Justice at a ceremony celebrating his career Rosenstein, speaking with reporters rule of law requires us to ignore partisan politics to tune out the new cycle and base our decisions on credible evidence. Many people have the luxury of dismissing facts that are inconsistent with their pre existing beliefs, but we face the exacting scrutiny of the federal courtroom. And some kind words about Rosenstein from current attorney general William bar, exceptional intelligence sound judgement. Crafted from experience composure, even under the most intense pressure and scrutiny. This is USA radio. News. News
U.S. Senate panel approves Trump nominee Rosen as deputy attorney general
"The Senate Judiciary committee is advancing President Trump's nominee to serve as deputy attorney general and Pierce Carrie Johnson report. Jeffrey Rosen still needs a vote by the full Senate Democrats in some just as veterans worry that Jeffrey Rosen lattes experience prosecuting or defending criminal case Rosen served in the transportation department, but he's never worked at the Justice department in any capacity is deputy attorney general he would oversee the FBI and the ninety three US attorneys Rosen's in line to replace rod Rosenstein who has nearly thirty years of experience at Justice Rosenstein leaves the building later this week his tenure began with the appointment of a special counsel to investigate Russian election
Attorney General William Barr testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee
"Attorney general William bar has taken his seat before the Senate Judiciary committee where he will testify about the Muller report. And how he responded to it are Juliet Papa has more now in this live report from the ten ten wins newsroom. And Larry Republican Senate judiciary, chairman Lindsay. Graham, making opening statements before the attorney general testifies he admits he did not read the whole Mullah report he held it up some four hundred plus pages says it was very clear as to what it did did not happen. There was no collusion. No evidence suggests President Trump had any intent to obstruct investigations after all this time and all this money, Mr. Muller and his team concluded there was no collusion. I didn't know like many of you here on the Republican side. We all agreed that Mr. Muller should be allowed to do his job. Without interference Graham says we've got a lot of work to do to protect the country against bad actors. He says he'll introduce legislation to protect the country in the elective process since Russian actively, hacked and interfere with that process. William bar took is seat at the table photographers gathered round as he sipped water prior to the hearing congressman Adam Schiff suggested that bar mischaracterized. The Muller reports. And what we were seeing. I think is that anyone that gets close to Donald Trump becomes tainted by that experience, and the the fundamental conundrum is how ethically serve a deeply unethical president, and as we are seeing with Bill bar, and I think as we saw with rod Rosenstein, you can't the Senate committee will ask attorney general bar about the actions. He took to summarize the Muller report. And why he took them Muller wrote a letter Tim bar just days ago, saying he misconstrued the report on the issue of whether the president obstructed investigations into Russian
Rod Rosenstein Resigns After Embattled Tenure as Deputy AG
"Deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein who appointed special counsel Robert Muller to investigate Russian interference in the twenty sixteen. Presidential election submitted his resignation letter to the White House, Monday effective may eleventh. You're listening to USA radio news
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein resigns, effective May 11
"Here, rod Rosenstein, has w Turney rod Rosenstein is resigning has resigned. He has his submitted his resignation letter to the White House is effective may eleventh as soon as we get more information on this. We will give you the the date on that. But again, rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein has put in his resignation
Rosenstein suggests standing with Barr on Mueller report is his job
"Congress will in fact testimony this coming week from Trump's handpicked attorney general William Barr who has come under fire for his handling of Muller's findings the judiciary committee's from both chambers will question bar about the report Wednesday and Thursday of next week. And that brings us to the deputy attorney general that bar inherited the man who gave us the Muller investigation one rod Rosenstein and the questions about him tonight. Like how? Savvy. An inside player is he really this career federal prosecutor Harvard law graduate is first internship was for Massachusetts US attorney named Robert Muller. This man who the president has privately derided as mister peepers has he been privately currying the favor of the president all along to keep his job. Here is what raises all these questions tonight, the Washington Post late today detailed that Rosenstein, reportedly told Trump something certain in order to remain in charge of the investigation. The post focuses on the fallout in the wake of this explosive article from the New York Times, you'll recall it September twenty eighteen we reported on that widely at the time it said that after the 2017 firing of James Komi Rosenstein suggested wearing a wire to secretly record the president. And he talked about the twenty fifth amendment. The post now says after that Rosenstein was called on the carpet, and he was forced to explain himself to a furious White House and was reportedly teary-eyed in a meeting with then chief of staff John Kelly on a subsequent phone call with Trump he sought to quote assure the president he was on his team. And that he would make sure Trump was treated fairly quote. I give the investigation credibility Rosenstein said in the words of one administration official offering their own characterization of the call. I can land the plane that made us stop. And remember where we last heard that phrase? Landing the plane right now, and I've been willing to discuss my my my letters and the process going forward, and I'm just not going to get into the details of the process until the planes on the ground. Now back to the Justice department, which will admit can sound at times more like an airport quoting again from the Washington Post on multiple occasions, Rosenstein, told Trump he was not a target of Muller's investigation. That's important because we know that hearing that was critical to this president
Mueller report recounts 10 'episodes' involving Trump and questions of obstruction
"Special counsel Robert Muller's report into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign is now in the hands of congress and the American public. But while the investigation is over the nearly four hundred fifty page report is creating more questions. Bob Costantini reports from the White House attorney general bars statement based on the molar report out that while it was quite clear. Russia's internet research agency, affiliated with the Putin government trying to influence the campaign in favor of Donald Trump. Indeed as the report states, quote, the investigation did not identify evidence that any US person knowingly or intentionally coordinated with the IRA's interference operation, unquote. Put another way the special counsel found. No collusion. The report itself suggest the June two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower arranged by Donald from junior with Russians claiming to have dirt on Hillary Clinton was one of many contacts studied under what's commonly referred to as collusion. Otherwise, quote, the Russian contacts consisted of business. Actions offers of assistance to the campaign invitations for candidate Trump and Putin to meet in person invitations for campaign officials and representatives of the Russian government to meet and policy positions seeking improved US Russian relations in quote, President Trump's initial public reaction was breath during an event hosting wounded warriors here and they're having a good day. I'm having to do it was called, no collusion. No obstruction. The attorney general Robert Muller handed off the idea of whether the president or someone close to him tried to obstruct Justice in the Russia investigation after finding ten potential episodes. Although the deputy attorney general disagreed with some of the special counsels legal theories and felt that some of the episodes examined did not amount to obstruction as a matter of law. We did not realize solely on that. In making our decision. Democrats on Capitol Hill will certainly try to look at those episodes further including the firing of James Comey and some of the president's tweets urging potential witnesses to not rat on him related to the obstruction of Justice aspect of the Muller reports bar over this bit of empathy for President Trump. There is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks. Robert Mueller lifted up. Bar deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein to look into whether the president or someone close to him could have engaged in obstruction of Justice. They decided no among the obstruction of Justice lines of inquiry Muller mentioned in the report are the firing of James Comey attempts to influence witnesses and the president's order to White House counsel dumb again that he tell deputy AG rod Rosenstein, the fire Muller Mcgann who spoke with the team for as much as thirty hours apparently refused to do. So in an effort to save the president from an appearance of structure of Justice add to that the alleged efforts by the president ticket. Michael Cohen to stay loyal once Cohen head criminal legal problems in New York Muller ends with a hint for congress to decide if it should charge the president with obstruction on the way tomorrow Lago. President Trump tweeted from Air Force One I had the right to end the whole witch hunt. If I wanted I have fired everyone, including Muller if I wanted I chose not to I had the right to use executive privilege. I didn't however the report makes a point of comment regarding obstruction. The president's to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful. But that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests. And now it's up to congress to take the next step. Linda Kenyon, has the view from Capitol Hill. Michael if you thought it was over thank again special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president, and the responsibility now falls to congress told the president accountable for his actions. That's Representative Jerrold Nadler, the powerful chairman of the House Judiciary committee. He's leading one of the many investigations that will continue in the wake of the mullahs report. A report that found no collusion, but did not absolve President Trump of obstruction of Justice attorney general William bar who presented the report at a news conference was roundly criticized by many Democrats, including Nadler who said bar was far from Jek give bars words and actions suggest he has been disingenuous and misleading in saying the president is clear of wrongdoing. Nadler says the redacted Muller report is clear the President Trump. Committed multiple misdeeds report outlines disturbing evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction of Justice and other misconduct. Senator Richard Blumenthal. A member of the Senate Judiciary committee says the misconduct on the part of the president is stunning. But that's only part of the story. Details in this report about the Russian attack on our democracy are truly chilling also calls into question, the objectivity of the attorney general Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, one of the only Republicans to make any public comment on the release of the mullahs report depicted, the attorney general the special counsel, and the deputy attorney general as beyond reproach all three of them about as close to a-political as you can imagine strong disagreement from Adam Schiff, the chairman of the house intelligence committee. Attorney general did a grave disservice to the country by misrepresenting significant parts of the mullahs report and shift says the attorney general also blast over the actions of the president of the United States there. Unquestionably
President, President Trump And Robert Muller discussed on The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee
"When he heard a special counsel had been appointed President Trump cursed and said that that was the end of his presidency for hundred forty eight pages later, that's just one of the editor dotes and Robert Muller's report made public in redacted form yesterday by attorney general William bar. Bob Costantini begins. Our coverage attorney general statement based on a molar report put it out that while it was quite clear. Russia's internet research agency, affiliated with the Putin government trying to influence the campaign in favor of Donald Trump. Indeed as the report states, quote, the investigation did not identify evidence that any US person knowingly or intentionally coordinated with the IRA's interference operation, unquote. Put another way the special counsel found. No collusion. The report itself suggests the June two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower arranged by Donald Trump junior with Russians claiming to have dirt. On Hillary Clinton was one of many contexts studied under what's commonly referred to as collusion. Otherwise, quote, the Russian contacts consisted of business connections offers of assistance to the campaign invitations for candidate Trump and Putin to meet in person invitation for campaign officials and representatives of the Russian government to meet and policy positions seeking improved US Russian relations, and quote, President Trump's initial public reaction was brief during an event hosting wounded warriors here and they're having a good day. I'm having a good day to it was called, no collusion. No obstruction. The attorney general Robert Muller handed off the idea of whether the president or someone close to him tried to obstruct Justice in the Russia investigation after finding ten potential episodes. Although the deputy attorney general, and I disagreed with some of the special counsels legal theories and felt that some of the episodes examined did not amount to obstruction as a matter of law. We did not rely solely on that. In making our decision. Democrats on Capitol Hill, we'll certainly try to look at those episodes further including the firing of James Comey and some of the president's tweets urging potential witnesses to not rat on him related to the obstruction of Justice aspect of the Muller report bar offered up. This bit of empathy for President Trump. There is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency. Propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks, Robert Mueller lifted up to bar and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein to look into whether the president or someone close to him could have engaged in obstruction of Justice. They decided no among the obstruction of Justice lines of inquiry Muller mentioned in the report are the firing of James Comey attempts to influence witnesses and the president's order to White House counsel, Don Mcgann that he tell deputy AG rod Rosenstein to fire Muller Mcgann who spoke with Muller team for as much thirty hours apparently refused to do. So in an effort to save the president from an appearance of obstruction of Justice. Bob Costantini, the White House. Ten passed congress takes the reins now that the Muller report is out. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has that story the special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president and the responsibility now falls to congress to hold the president accountable for his actions. That's Representative Jerrold Nadler, the powerful chairman of the House Judiciary committee. He's. Leading one of the many investigations that will continue in the wake of the mullahs report. A report that found no collusion, but did not absolve President Trump of obstruction of Justice attorney general William bar who presented the report at a news conference was roundly criticized by many Democrats, including Nadler who said bar was far from Jack give bars words and actions suggest he has been disingenuous and misleading in saying the president is clear of wrongdoing. Nadler says redacted Mullah report is clear the President Trump committed multiple misdeeds the Mola report outlines disturbing evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction of Justice and other misconduct. Senator Richard Blumenthal. A member of the Senate Judiciary committee says the misconduct on the part of the president is stunning. But that's only part of the story. Details in this report about the Russian attack on our democracy are truly chilling also calls into question, the objectivity of the attorney general Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, one of the only Republicans to make any public comment on the release of the Malla report depicted the attorney general the special coun. Council and the deputy attorney general as beyond reproach all three of them about as close to a political as you're going to Agean you'll get strong disagreement from Adam Schiff, the chairman of the house intelligence committee. The attorney general did a great disservice to the country by misrepresenting significant parts of the Muller report. And shift says the attorney general also blast over the actions of the president of the United States. They are unquestionably dishonest unethical immoral and unpatriotic and should be condemned by every American that's why shift says the investigations will continue in his committee and several others. So the American people have the facts, and they can take those facts to the polls because impeachment. He says is unlikely do think the presence unfit for office. But unless that's a bipartisan conclusion on a payment would be doomed to failure House Judiciary committee, chairman Nadler's calling on special counsel, Robert mother to testify soon as possible and attorney general William bar will appear before both house and Senate committees the first week
Attorney General Barr to address Mueller report 9:30 a.m. Eastern on Thursday
"It's a big day in Washington when you look at all the monitors the national story, it's all about. The fact that coming up at about nine thirty this morning. There will be a press conference on the molar report being released and then after that we'll get to read it nearly two years after Robert Mueller's appointment a special counsel his report on Russian election. Interferences ready to be read by the American people still the version delivered by attorney general William bar. We'll have some material redacted to protect ongoing prosecutions intelligence sources and personal privacy of some individuals. But in a court filing prosecutors in the Roger stone case say version with fewer reductions will be made available to a select group of lawmakers. Today's public release will also be accompanied by a news conference with the attorney general and deputy AG rod Rosenstein who oversaw much of
Political fight over Mueller report intensifies
"Meanwhile, the escalating political battle over the report centers on reductions, which lawyerly editing process, Mr. bars redacting at least four categories of information before issuing it to congress and the public Devlin Barrett who covers the Justice department and the F B I at the Washington Post says the fight over blackout boxes is likely to lead to months of battles between congress and the Justice department. Devon, what's up here? The attorney general is is looking at a number of different types of material that we would be redacted and what I try to describe in the piece was just how some of those categories are fairly flexible, particularly the grand jury material category. And we really don't know how he's going to. Decide those reductions, but because this is such a politically charged issue. It's just an incredibly tense and people are already accusing him of acting in bad faith before they even see what he's done. He's working with Robert Muller on this. Correct. That's right. And he's working with Robert Muller, and he's working with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, who's been supervising this this investigation from the beginning. All right. So I mean, this thing could come out and be virtually three hundred eighty eight pages are so out of the four hundred that are completely blacked out in theory. Right. A lot of grand jury stuff. I'd imagine this with all those subpoenas that were issued well in theory, but there's a couple of things to remember one bar has publicly pledged to be as transparent as possible now transparency is often in the eye of the beholder. The other issue is grand jury material can be interpreted different ways. I think prosecutors genuinely interpret the category, very broadly. But I think when there's this much attention on such a high profile case, especially a case in which congress also has. Vested interest in knowing what happened in the course of the investigation. I think there's some pretty good arguments to define grandeur material material narrowly,
Did Rosenstein Offer to Secretly Record Trump â€˜More Than Onceâ€™?
"Department is pushing back strongly against claims that they had discussions about secretly recording. President Trump in a statement yesterday deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein said remarks by former acting FBI chief Andrew McCabe on CBS is sixty minutes are inaccurate. And factually incorrect McCabe claims that their worst areas discussions within the Justice department about secretly record Asians and trying to rally the cabinet to invoke the twenty fifth amendment. So as to be able to remove President Trump from office
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"In this case. It's just it's outrageous. And again, every other watchdog in any other administration would be absolutely enraged by this. And instead anything that they think helps bring down the president is a good thing and consistent with the rule of law. Somehow, you know in my book the Russia hoax eyesight. A a myriad of law professors, and legal experts who were all in unison aghast that rod Rosenstein, never recused himself, and I point out at my calm. I think of it this way Rosenstein was interviewed as a as you point out a fact witness in the special counsel probe was interviewed by the special counsel. So what if Rosenstein was lying? Well, the only Rosenstein would be authorized to decide whether to prosecute himself. For line, which is exactly why the code of professional responsibility. Not to mention the DOJ regulations. Say you can't be a prosecutor and a witness all rolled into one. But yet, you're exactly right. You're exactly right. And it's really light it by the way in this setting because under the regulations Rosenstein has specific authority to determine the scope of any investigation, and he can call off any avenue special counsel intensely. Don't win expressly written into the regulation and six zero point nine. I don't need to go through this regulation, but that's his authority. And so you're right. He's.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"So that's not a great sign. I, yeah, I want to head off because I have seen already. I think politico is up with the story saying, oh, well, you know, Francisco has a conflict of interest. He's obviously going to recuse himself. I wouldn't explain what this conflict of interest is, and my belief that he absolutely will not recuse himself. Well, especially after all Trump does is go after by the way, if you're if you're an evil cartoon villain, as these people are Jeff Sessions is like the most productive in terms of carrying out your evil plan. And yet he's probably gonna lose his job after the midterms in my opinion, because Trump is so angry that he recused himself. So I'm sure that would be somewhere in the calculus of whether or not people want to recuse themselves fide. I completely. So here is the allege. Conflict of interest Francisco was a partner at Jones day Jones day is a Covington and Burling style firm, right? They they may even be bigger than Covington Burling. They're huge. I have friends over at Jones day, right that it's it's an enormous. They've thousands of lawyers across multiple countries, right? Another law partner is Don Mcgann. White House counsel and Jones day continues to get paid for advising the president. They were the law firm that represented the Trump campaign and they represent Trump with respect to the Muller investigation. However, so long as an attorney is walled off, it is virtually commonplace for you know, you've got one corner of the firm doing this work for Donald Trump and it it absolutely. In my view would not preclude franscisco from saying, I never did any work for the president's campaign. I have no ongoing contact with Jones day. And so there's no problem. There's no conflict and you don't have to bypass me. And in fact, Doug, this up Francisco signed an ethics agreement when he was appointed as solicitor general. And the ethics agreement specifies that basically he gets he gets a lump sum paid into his retirement account because he's a partner at the firm. He hasn't given up his partnership there, and the firm is being paid by Donald Trump. And then it says for seven years, the. Withhold a portion of his partnership shares a reserve for account reconciliations and tax payments that the firm makes on behalf of its partners until all of these payments are made. He will not. He Francisco will not participate personally and substantially. In any particular matter that to his knowledge has direct and predictable effect on the firm's ability or willingness to make these payments unless he first obtains a written waiver, pursuant to statute, and the reason that I predict that Francisco will say that this walling is sufficient is because he's already done this in February of this year for in Cisco, initially, recused himself from representing the US in the travel ban case because Jones day has provided legal advice to the president regarding the travel ban. And we're in fact representing an amicus. A petitioner in a group that filed an amicus brief on behalf of the travel ban. And then after about a week, he decided to unrig us himself in that matter. So I do not believe that knowl- Francisco is going to recuse himself. If he is the next man up, if Rosenstein is fired, he will then assume jurisdiction over the Muller investigation there. There's another bit going around that says, you can't be acting acting, which is true for succession, but the the fact that it was the acting attorney general that I issued the order appointing Muller in my view means that the acting attorney general then has ongoing supervisory authority as Francisco. I made calls this morning because I, I realize we're trying to sort of piece things together. I called French. I tried to find out everything I can about Francisco to see is this guy a hack is this guy, and I couldn't find anybody who knows him well enough to to to tell me that from the inside doesn't look good. But and again, you know, there is. I don't know. I mean, I just I had the good fortune of knowing rod Rosenstein, right? If it had been, I'm sure there are other rod Rosenstein out there. I don't offend. He recent to believe that no Francisco is one, but sure hope he is..
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"What was over the weekend was a Friday. It's all blur of news, but it was about potentially rod Rosenstein. Joking, maybe not joking about wearing a wire about invoking the twenty fifth amendment what is going on with this mess? Yeah, this was this was a New York Times story that dropped after close of business hours on Friday, and it is an absolute. I'm going to say a clown horn of a story, so we don't. We don't make. So that we don't. That's what that's what our listeners have dubbed Brian's. Dag Nabet or something. I was like a clown. Is that like the nice way, saying cluster, f, let's right. It's it's my way of swearing without making Brian. I love that. Let's get that going. Real clown. Look. This is the story that leaked argued that among other things Rosenstein had volunteered to wear a wire for Muller, which is preposterous. You would never use a low, the person who issued the letter of appointment, right? You would never invoked involve them as a material witness because it would be crazy putting that person on the stand. Right. Okay. So that part of the story was was unbelievable, and then even more preposterously and and I'm really unhappy with the New York Times for for running with the story. It suggested that Rosenstein had suggested to White House staffers that he was going to solicit whether they were going to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to remove Donald Trump. The reason that that this is a clown horn store. Is because the twenty fifth amendment is this is a crass in Steen occupied Democrats level move, right? We talked about before that would be the obvious better way to go. Right, because it, yeah. I mean, let's I dismissed it, but, but because this is now come up and been associated with the nation's second highest law enforcement official. I mean, let me read a little bit of the text of the twenty th amendment. Right? So the first parts are dealing with actual succession, right? The vice president becoming president section four says whenever the vice president and a majority of the principal officers of the executive departments, right? So the cabinet heads transmit to the president pro tem of the Senate. That's Orrin Hatch and the speaker of the house of representatives that's profile in courage. Paul, Ryan, they're written declaration that the president is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his off. Office, the vice president, Shelly mmediately, assume the powers and duties of the office as acting president. Okay. But then the next paragraph says thereafter, and that can be contemporaneous there with right when the president transmit to the president pro tem of the Senate and the speaker of the house, his written declaration that no inability exists, he shall remove the, he shall resume the powers and duties of his office unless and then you can go back and forth. And if two thirds of both houses decide that the president is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office than the vice president shall continue the discharge as the acting president. So in other words, so long as let's let's do, it's impeachment plus you have to run a marathon and like you know, bench four hundred pounds and do all this additional stuff. It's like why? And you don't get to impeach the guy, right. That's exactly right. And so I mean, look at all of the all of the the, the additional criteria that are on that. I mean, it's kind of almost not worth continuing to go through right. Like in there about like the president pro time of the Senate has to drop all the rape apology that he's doing. Did they write that in or is that just assumed. Shockingly not present in the twenty fifth amendment. Look like this amendment is intended for the president is in a coma, right? This is intended and and so leave. Everything else aside. Okay. If I thought there was a special secret, constitutional provision that applied when the president was in a coma, but it was easier to get Donald Trump out of office than, yeah, like a great. We could talk about it, but that's not what this is. It would be harder you would have to get the cronies that Donald Trump has appointed to his cabinet to sign onto a letter, and then all you would have to do admittedly getting Donald Trump to write a letter and not a tweet is a hurdle..
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"We're talking about the fate of rod Rosenstein and perhaps the mother investigations, well or cheaply. Glenn is Jeffrey Toobin ponders this at length in the New Yorker. He's back along with CNN senior legal analyst and former US attorney print Berar suggest who will protect them other investigation Rosenstein resigns or as fired because Muller goes to Rosenstein for approval on things. That's right. And his replacement will be the person who supervises the Muller investigation. And the whole reason that Donald Trump wants rod Rosenstein out is that he has been too protective of the the Muller investigation. So it seems stands to reason that the person he puts in there if that person really gets confirmed or re really dinner, takes office will be someone less protective as a technical legal matter. It appears to be no Francisco, the solicitor general, and we'll see what his perspective is on this, but he has the right to fill that depth. Attorney general job and the the job requirement. As far as I can tell is someone who will not protect Robert Muller and his investigatory during an interview for the job of deputy attorney general, could the president asked the interview subjects, what they think of the investigation. I mean, he can ask anything he wants, I suppose he can. That would be a terrible idea. And the one thing I agree with Jeffrey on, you know what the president probably wants to somebody who would replace rod Rosenstein. But I do think it's a case. I don't know no Francisco, personally, but he has a decent reputation. He also has a reputation for believing in a little bit overweening executive power. But part of the reason we have Bob in the first place I think was that rod Rosenstein cared a lot about his personal professional legal reputation in the country which was very strong. And after he wrote that protect jewel memo that on the on the basis of which Donald Trump claim to fire, Jim Komi I think that route to, I know for a long time wanted to make things right and wanted to show that he understood what. The rule of law was about and appointed Muller and people in the department. I don't know no Francisco's. One of these people I suspect and hope that he is or anyone else is going to have some gravitational pull towards wanting to make sure that they don't become the person in history who shuts down an appropriate investigation. You know, whatever their know other proclivities are. So so I, I have some faith that they're going to be people who are not gonna wanna die in the sort of Donald Trump wanting to shut down the investigation Anderson. It's not. It's not just about firing rod firing, Robert Muller that is the most extreme step. And that certainly as pred- suggests would be a black Mark against whoever did it Rosenstein also supervised the his Muller's jurisdiction and said, you can investigate here. You can investigate here and Muller has been festivity about asking questions, and this is not something that's been public. We we only know bits and pieces that came out chiefly during the Manafort case. If there is. Is a new supervisor who is less protective of of Muller that person could limit Muller's jurisdiction in ways that we will not know until very long afterwards. And that's something that you know, it's not firing, but it could seriously damage the Muller investigation. There's also a question Jeff of whether Muller would make a public report and is that up to in this case, rod, Rosenstein well, you know, this has been one of the long-term mysteries. Everybody's been talking about the report, Muller will right. But if you look at the regulation under which Muller has been appointed, all he supposed to do is file a report, and it's not even clear what that report is supposed to contain and give it to his supervisor. It was rod Rosenstein and then he decides, does he give it to the congress? Does he make it public? That's another very important responsibility of whoever takes over this job. What happens to Muller's report pre? I mean, the prison obviously has made his displeasure about his attorney general. Very clear for quite a long time, and you know, there's wide speculation rumor the belief perhaps that after midterms, Jeff Sessions could be let go if that was the case, wouldn't potentially that have an impact on the molar investigation who regardless of what happens to Rosenstein..
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"There's breaking news tonight in a story that's been generating conflicting headlines all day long concerns, the fate of deputy attorney general rod, Rosenstein, and by extension, perhaps the fate of the rush investigation comes after that report last week in the New York Times about Rosenstein discussing taping the president and enlisting cabinet members efforts to remove him under the twenty fifth amendment going to today Rosenstein was thought to be on thin ice earlier today. It looked like the ice was cracking now yet another story and she McConnell joins us with the latest. What are you? What are you learning tonight? Well Anderson we, we understand that since this story broke on Friday about rod Rosenstein, you know, secretly offering to record the president invoking the twenty fifth amendment and trying to get that conversation starter behind the scenes in early 2017 that ever since that story broke, he's been talking about this with the chief of staff. John Kelly. He's been talking about about this with the White House counsel Don Mcgann, but Anderson. I'm told by an administration official that one of the the hangups today in terms of letting rod Rosenstein go was the the fact that they believe many people believe inside the White House that it's the president who has to fire rod Rosenstein or accept the resignation of the deputy attorney general. Most importantly Anderson the White House says the president and rod Rosenstein talked about this story and the president acknowledged that earlier today and said, they're going to try to table this discussion until later on this week. Here's what the president say. With rod Rosenstein on Thursday. When I get back from all of these buildings, we'll be meeting at the White House and we'll be germinating. What's going on. We want to have transparency. We want to have openness and on the phone for meeting with rod at that. Now it's interesting Anderson. We understand that rod Rosenstein himself thought earlier today that he was going to be fired because of all of this. And you notice some of the caution and the president's voice, which raises the question, why all of this caution. While I was told by a source close to the White House earlier this evening, that one of the concerns inside the White House and among the president's orders is that this Rosenstein story, this is, you know, true or false, whether or not this is some kind of setup to trigger the president to do something drastic because Anderson as you and I both know if the president were to fire a rod Rosenstein, it would it would really prompt a whole series of events that the White House may not be prepared for it. Is there any insight into what may or may not happen on Thursday. Anderson. I think that is a is a huge question. And obviously, all of this going to be happening on the same day that the cavenaugh hearing is happening up on Capitol Hill. So we're going to, it's almost going to be like watching tennis looking up and down Pennsylvania Avenue. But Anderson I, I've been told by multiple sources that there is a very big concern that the president fires, rod, Rosenstein. It is going to energize Democrats in the upcoming bitter. Elections Democrats who were already motivated to vote and at the president was advised of this over the weekend that there is a real risk political risk to firing rod Rosenstein. He's already mindful of the fact that he could. He could really take shellacking in this upcoming bit term election cycle. And so that might be part of the reason Anderson why we have not seen the president who you know when he comes to the UN. He likes to use rhetoric like little rocket man while he's been very careful talking about rod Rosenstein today and for the last several days, Jim Acosta appreciate it with now CNN political analyst and your times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman also CNN cheap, political correspondent, Dana bash, what does the white..
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on WTMA
"This thing for a while now basically hoping you'll forget about it so there was also another little thing but with rod rosenstein these because congress has been asking for these e mails congress has been asking for this documentation they had a little get together with rod rosenstein and it just seems like something out of a nazi war movie go back and look at some of the old world war two nazi movies okay if you look like the lead character in that movie change your look i just say that rod rosenstein looks like he ought to be sitting there now a leather trench coat with a a leather fedora with a sas emblazoned on the sleeve there with a with a cigarette and he's just saw v vase of making your talk this guy is creepy from the get go so rosenstein tells these members of congress who are asking for this documentation he says oh i'd hate to half days you use up he now so he threatens member of members of congress this guy should be fired immediately immediately he should be fired not he should not only be fire he's should be run out of town on a rail so we've got some dirty dealings in the department of justice right now we really really do and that ought to scare the heck out of you it really should you should be absolutely terrified because if they can do this the members of congress what do you think they're doing to the average ordinary american what do you think they they were doing with all of these pena's subpoenas that were issued to socalled witnesses in this russian collusion case what do you think was happening there.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Justice department and the fbi and he has never done it now and lindsey graham received a letter from i guess rosenstein yesterday or sheri from him that he will rosenstein said he would step down from supervising muller if deemed appropriate the guy is a lightness he's a witness in the investigation how can he be supervising muller he signed warrants not only that if you believe that muller is investigating a corrupt firing of james comey by the president as an obstruction then then rod rosenstein is a coconspirator because he recommended the firing and signed the memo it gave all the reasons that he should be fired by the way this is the reason that people are going directly to the white house for pardons because they believe that the pardon attorney and rosenstein will block everything from getting to the president that's why the white house counsel's office is now the center of pardon request rather than doj they are ignoring the department because nobody trusts rosenstein he has become the face of an embarrassing incompetent justice department under jeff sessions direction i mean we're involved in the pardon now we didn't go to the justice department we're going directly to the white house and you're listening to the laura ingraham show we're talking to joe digenova joe on this getting back to this issue about.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Outraged you know tray gouty oh you need to act like innocent people act innocent people act outraged when they are falsely accused that to me is the most natural reaction and the president reacting to all of these lies and this witch hunt that has gone on with no evidence and his son being dragged into this you know for thirty forty hours of testimony you know here's a question what percentage of people in congress democrat republican independent if they got a call and said we've got opposition research on your opponent what percentage of politicians would take the meeting i would it's not illegal it turned out to be a meeting about adoption and the begins ski act with russia nothing that nothing that would have had to do now collusion's not even a crime on top of it why are we even discussing it as a possible crime anyway this is a pretty remarkable step rod rosenstein reaction to it i don't like the idea proposed by rod rosenstein well let's have the inspector general look at it's taken fourteen long months to get the report we still don't have yet into the handling of the clinton email server five hundred people are now working have been working on that report now handed over to congress and the or sorry the doj in the fbi do you know in case they need to make redaction rod rosenstein or or any of the key deep state players you're going to redact everything in the name of national security and then if they want offer suggestions here take it all out you know this is where i hope the inspector general stay strong but anyway so the justice department rod rosenstein responded and that in fact it should be looked into by the inspector general and if anyone did infiltrator surveilled participants at a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes we need to know about it.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"How's it possible were now in this situation there are plenty of serious questions about the foundation of all these investigations it's entirely legitimate for the congress article one of the us constitution to demand documents and answers as to where these investigations are going what did you know when when did you know it this is especially important where as here the president should be able to demand answers he's blocked by doing so by the threats of the special counsel to subpoena prosecute him for even raising doubts about the muller investigation and the idiotic forty nine questions muller wants to be answered and ask deals with things like what were you thinking about what are your feelings who in the hell does muller think he is hey works for the department of justice which is an article two under the power the president he works for the president how's it possible that a special counsel or rod rosenstein can ask the president about his feelings and his thoughts that is not the role of one of the subordinate members the department of justice there's only there's only three branches of government not four or five the fifth branch of government is the unelected bureaucracy the united states government so right now someone needs to stand up and i i assume it's not going to be jeff sessions that guy's a fool but sessions should order rod rosenstein new comply with those subpoenas as an oversight which there are legally obligated to do by the united states constitution by five o'clock tomorrow he doesn't do it get rid of him it's unbelievable the stonewalling and the congress for months there's the threat and even congressman remarried carrying out is fully protected duty it's called extortion so in the.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"The judge was asking questions there and i think one of the things you have to be careful about is is is getting to the idea that the judge was reaching conclusions because one of the things judge did there we'll see let me see the chart of the document from rod rosenstein that gives the mandate to pull up to very reluctant to which feeds these suspicions among many of trump's supporters that say this isn't really taking down the big difference is is that's how the justice system works right that's federal judge stands up there and ask questions yes questions of the prosecution he's ask questions is he saying wait a minute i have questions about this that's how it all supposed to works what you didn't see is people that support bob muller in this come out and say the federal judge should be removed rod rosenstein out there what trust is congress did that's part of the trump trump supporters basically every time they're confronted with something in the legal system and justice department they basically say the justice department is filled with stormtroopers they're antiamerican what you saw with this as a federal judge stood up and said this is how it works we're going to raise questions and you don't see people that support bob muller say fire the judge but they're also asking rod rosenstein for information that he can't give congress because as we know congress also is not particularly trustworthy right now leaks like a sieve so if you're trying to protect your case and the integrity of your case and do your job which is what icy rosenstein trying to do and again while we're talking about stormy daniels you know we're not talking about this you know the fight about rod rosenstein and weather not impeaching him tomorrow the house of representatives is going to try to impeach rod rosenstein for doing his congress rosenstein has job security right now because again if you talking about the low unemployment three point nine.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Judge the same judge in this case this morning judge ellis rod rosenstein recused himself well the judge is asking that is basically saying jeff sessions what the hell are you doing because rod rosenstein was the one that recommended komi get fired which means he's a witness in all of this and the second reason for recusals will be he signed off on the pfizer renewal application which of course resulted in lying to a pfizer court judge not once but four times i mean i have a federal judge accusing muller's prosecutors of lying in that they're full of crap wow this is unbelievable is an unbelievable development and now the president neil everyone's saying well what is the president going to do what if he get subpoenaed by muller what we do have a constitutional system and it would be damaging to the president of the united states if he can't function and do his job how this president has been able to accomplish and the tax cuts and energy independence as much as he has you know what under these conditions is frankly nothing short of miraculous well trey goudy lecturing him about well you should act like an innocent man well he's he's he's he is acting like an innocent man saying this is a bunch of crap there was no collusion when does it get shut down unbelievable this dow now the we the broader muller and his team of partisans obama donors clinton donors dnc donors know republican donors robert muller who worked for barack obama wanted the job with trump didn't get it the day after it becomes a special prosecutor because of the leaks jim komi you know what i can get into everything else associated with all of this and i will tell you there i i am very impressed with this judge i am pleasantly surprised at the courage that this judge shown here literally piercing this veil of secrecy in this in this probe.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on 710 WOR
"President of china you know there's also intellectual property protections that need to take place in all of this you know there's a lot of stuff here that is going on we have the lowest unemployment rate in fourteen states ever look at the numbers today three point nine percent unemployment almost like full on employment full employment rather lowest unemployment rate for african americans in history hispanic americans in history women in the workplace in history you know but there's a lot more to this also i've been told by people that that rod rosenstein had a you know as a has an ethical issue involving all of this and a recusals that's gonna come out before the end of the day that the judge the same judge in this case this morning judge ellis rod rosenstein recused himself well the judge is asking that is basically saying jeff sessions what the hell are you doing because rod rosenstein was the one that recommended komi get fired which means he's a witness in all of this and the second reason for recusals will be he signed off on the pfizer renewal application which of course resulted in lying to a pfizer court judge not once but four times i mean to have a federal judge accusing prosecutors of lying in that they're full of crap wow this is unbelievable there's an unbelievable development and now the president you everyone's saying well what is the president going to do what if he get subpoenaed by muller what we do have a constitutional system and it would be damaging to the president of the united states if he can't function and do his job how this president has been able to accomplish and the tax cuts and energy independence as much as he has you know what under these conditions is frankly nothing short of miraculous well trae audi lecturing him about well you should act like an innocent man well he's he's he's he is acting like an innocent man saying this is a bunch of crap there was no collusion when does it get shut down unbelievable this now now the weei the broader muller and his team of partisans obama donors clinton donors dnc donors know republican donors robert muller who worked for barack obama wanted the job with trump didn't get it the day after he becomes a special prosecutor because of.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion
"Of course he can't but the whole special counsel i never liked it by the way they never did anyone on obama and there was plenty to do for obama didn't do any on him okay don't forget the phone to yeah oh you had a pen anna phone no special counsels into hillary oh but she lost the election so just because somebody doesn't get elected office means that you can do anything back to these idiots here we go with the most that he can do is he can request that he'd be fired requested rod rosenstein the acting attorney general for the investigation fire him and a rod rosenstein says by the way sorry about that i don't know what my computer but here's one here's one of the things that's that's fascinating to me fascinating so they actually had the wave os to go and get donald trump's attorneys papers his private eternity turney client privilege we have just let's see here attorney client privilege get rid of it just gives just roadway it's just it's just a piece of paper is going to get rid of it right that's what the democrats are doing in by the way okay i hope mr president trump i jeff c j i wish jeff sessions wasn't such a what's the word wasn't such a gosh what's the what i'm thinking of for jeff sessions oh yeah pussy i wi i wish he wasn't such a wussy because he should be standing up to these idiots but he's not doing it.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on WLOB
"Celebrity tweet something idiotic we all break off into camps and five or six days go by and it's just out of the new cycle and nothing's going to be done if we're ever going to do something forever actually going to address this natural partisan standpoint but for me how do we make progress on the issues standpoint we need to start focusing on the individual that walking in that door and shooting that gun because the minute you put the emphasis on them you start to focus on the stimuli is that the right plurality i went to community college but the fifg stimulating the life of the bad guy that are driving them to this kind of outcome eight three three eight five two four eight six six is the number should teachers be allowed to arm themselves in class was president trump right to call for greater gun control and i'm going to go to one more president trump quote that i'd like your thoughts on the president tweeted over the weekend during his morning barrage very sad that the fbi missed all all of the many signals sent out by the florida school shooter this is not acceptable they're spending too much time trying to prove russian collusion with the trump campaign there is no collusion now i agree with him that i don't see any sign of russian collusion i feel like with all the things that have been late we would have seen it by now i think rod rosenstein quotes which we played you at great length on friday vindicate the president up until this point is the probe over no but so far as these thirteen arrests that were made on friday rod rosenstein made it a point to say they americans work with them unwittingly meaning they didn't collaborate with any americans who knew they were working with russians to do something and more importantly they had zero impact on the election rod rosenstein said those things on friday and personally i was surprised by that the idea that is going to pit place a bunch of facebook ads and swinging election is preposterous lee stupid no wanted his changed someone's mind on facebook in the history of facebook you've never watched a thirty five thousand quote fist fight on facebook where.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Com home boys idaho hill playing in this case so it is is on the with dan oh the the wbz newsradio 1030 we um watched today as the deputy attorney general i think that's is titled rod rosenstein rod rosenstein defended the trump investigation so we now have found out and i'm reading from cbs on cbs news report a paula reid is a reporter a text messages that a special council investigator peter stroke struck sent to his colleague lease a page he is a senior fbi lawyer also apparently they had a thing going on as they would say okay and in august two thousand fifteen lisa page she's a senior fbi lawyer rights to her boyfriend i just saw my first bernie sanders bumper sticker she meant bernie sanders made me want a key the car really so she didn't like trump or sanders strokeplay he's an idiot like trump figured they cancel each other out now both of these folks apparently with big hillary clinton supporters.
"rod rosenstein" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP
"For for the good of the country oh deputy attorney general rod rosenstein it's great to have the opportunity to meet and sit down with you here in washington and we thank you so much today for your time and we wish you the best thank you very much into a meeting coming up in our next episode if you watched sixty minutes on sunday october twenty second you saw him his voice was disguised so was his face but his story was anything but disguise his name tamir how note he spent years as an undercover fbi moslem agent living amongst terrorist i am a muscle i am an american and i was serving my country for twenty two years and uncounted and i am uphold award these animals are dole to my country while desecrating my religion telomere elm laurie you heard him they're on sixty minutes in our next episode you'll hear him right here thank you for checking in with us follow us on twitter tango uniform sierra alpha podcast that's t usa podcast and if you have any thoughts about programmes send me an email at j green one word that's the letter j the color green at whisky tango oscar poppa jay green at wtop dot com i'm g gree and this his target the usa the national security podcast the podcast hosted by me thomas bobbled phoon is busy podcast dedicated to serial killers who they what they did and how join me as i sit down biweekly to bring huge banners and into the dark land afcd own murder and psychopathy vershow goes into graphic detail on the most infamous and lesser known serial killers from around the world with each episode covering one eurenew serial killer.