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FBI arrests 2, including Stone bodyguard, in Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

FBI arrests 2, including Stone bodyguard, in Capitol riot

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting the FBI tracks down two more suspects in the capital riot two men arrested over the weekend in connection with the capital rights appear to have taken measures to avoid apprehension assistant U. S. attorney Benjamin Jian forty told a magistrate judge in federal court Monday thirty six year old Roberto minuta had canceled his phone account on March first and got rid of his iPhone The New York Times reports we knew it was one of six bodyguards for a long time trump confidante Roger stone in the hours before the January sixth insurrection thirty two year old Isaac Steve sturgeon of Dillon Montana was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport Saturday had left the country the F. B. I. says sturgeon traveled to Kenya on January twenty fourth but he was deported back to New York Mike Crossey out Washington

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"Unprecedented" What we know about the Capitol riot arrests

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"Unprecedented" What we know about the Capitol riot arrests

"Also have new reporting tonight. Investigation into the capital riot with former president. Trump's senate impeachment trial now just days away. What happened earlier that day is. Abc news now obtains new video. Showing trump confidante roger stone flanked by members of militia group. The day of the deadly siege at giancarl. Here tonight. i'm what else we've learned about the hours before the riots. Abc news has learned this house. Prosecutors prepare to make the case that donald trump is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors. They're reviewing videos of trump associates. In the hours before the riot including this video from that morning i brought to light today by abc news. It shows longtime trump confidante roger stone who was pardoned by trump flanked by members of a militia group. So hopefully we have this today right. She'll say we shall see. We don't know what the men were referring to and stone has maintained that he played no role whatsoever in january sixth events and said quote. I had no advanced knowledge of the riot at the capitol. These men near stone clearly wearing the insignia of the keepers extremist group known to have been involved in the capital siege. The same manner later seen in news photographs that the capital confronting capitol police officers house prosecutors will attempt to convince senators that the president incited the riot with his words and actions. And if you don't fight like hell you're not gonna have a country anymore in this video shot by new yorker reporter luke wilson. Some of the rioters make it clear. They believe they're carrying out the wishes of donald trump jacob chan's lead the arizona man who wore face paint and horns and who allegedly left a note on the vice president's desk toy matter time justice he's coming says that he was there because president trump wanted him there. He walked down constitution avenue and entered the capital. He was there at the invitation of end request of our president of the one hundred. Eighty two accused rioters facing federal charges for their involvement in the capital riot. Abc news has identified more than a dozen who have said they were just doing what. President trump wanted them to do like jenna ryan of texas. Who told station. tv t. I thought i was following my president. I thought i was following what we were called to do. Other alleged garrett miller seen here on surveillance video inside the capitol said in a statement released by his lawyer quote. I believe i was following. The instructions of former president trump. His attorney says miller now regrets his actions on january sixth and that they were a misguided effort to show support for

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Trump faces deadline for impeachment response ahead of Senate trial

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Trump faces deadline for impeachment response ahead of Senate trial

"Trump has until tomorrow to file a formal response to his impeachment. Charge of inciting an insurrection at the capitol on six january as you may know by now. Trump lost his entire legal team over the weekend. He has since named two new lawyers just last night. They are david showing and bruce. Castor junior shown as a georgia based lawyer who has represented mobsters and longtime trump adviser roger stone earlier tonight. He previewed his trial argument on fox news. Besides the fact that this process is completely unconstitutional. And this is a very very dangerous road to take with respect to the first amendment putting it risk any passionate political speaker which is really an against everything we believe in in this country foundation of the first amendment. But i'm gonna tell you. I think it's also the most ill-advised legislative action that i've seen in my lifetime is tearing the country apart at a time when we don't need anything like that i think president biden missed a great opportunity to be a statesman and demanded that this thing be called off. Frankly this is the political weaponization of the impeachment

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Roger Stone defends pardon from President Trump

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Roger Stone defends pardon from President Trump

"Says he thinks he knows why he was pardoned by President Trump. I think the president is protecting those who are unfairly Persecuted and prosecuted. For political reasons. Stone is claiming he learned of the pardon on television. He's a former Trump campaign adviser. He was convicted of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstruction of justice, he said. I have no intention of going away. I might even have another presidential campaign in me. Who knows? He's writing a book he'll call Roger Stone did nothing wrong. He will be speaking at a planned stop the steel rally in the district on January 6th the same day Congress is set to certify Joe Biden's election as president. Mr Trump's attempts to persuade

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Roger Stone surprised by Trump pardon

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Roger Stone surprised by Trump pardon

"Newly pardoned by President Trump spoke of WPLG from his home in Florida on Christmas Eve, he says a part in that Mr Trump gave him was a surprise party or indirectly discussed apartment with Roger Stone was convicted for lying to Congress about his role in trying to release the emails of Hillary Clinton that presidential opponent of Mr Trump back in 2016, as well as witness tampering and upset Action of Justice.

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Trump issues 26 more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Trump issues 26 more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

"And the partners. Just keep coming. Cnn reporting president trump wednesday announced twenty six new pardons including ones for longtime ally roger stone former campaign chairman. Paul manafort and white house senior adviser. Jared kushner's father charles those pardons of manafort and stole reward. Two of the most high profile and widely condemned for advisors of the president. Both of whom were indicted by special counsel. Robert muller went to trial and were convicted by jury of multiple crimes.

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Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

"Partners. Just keep coming. Cnn reporting president trump wednesday announced twenty six new pardons including ones for longtime ally roger stone former campaign chairman. Paul manafort and white house senior adviser. Jared kushner's father charles. Those parts manafort and stone reward two of the most high profile widely condemned for advisers of the president. Both of whom were indicted by special counsel. Robert muller went to trial and were convicted by juries of multiple crimes.

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Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

"Trump has doled out more pardons to some controversial figures. Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and former adviser Roger Stone were granted pardons. Both have been called in the special counsel's Russia probe. Manafort convicted of tax fraud stone convicted of lying under oath to lawmakers, President Trump also pardon Charles Kushner, the father of presidential adviser Jared Kushner. The older Kushner admitted to tax fraud. He was prosecuted by former New Jersey governor Chris Christie. At the time. Christy called the case disgusting, saying part of the Lord crime involved Kushner paying a prostitute to seduce his brother in law and videotaping the encounter.

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Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

"Merry Christmas for a long list of felonies on President Trump's newest pardon list. 29 more pardons and commutations and all the president issued pardons to former campaign manager Paul Manafort and former adviser Roger Stone. Manafort convicted of financial crimes stone convicted of lying The lawmakers, he told Fox is Tucker Carlson. My prosecution was completely politically motivated, which are also pardon Charles Kushner, father of presidential son in law, Jared Kushner. The older Kushner prosecuted for tax fraud by former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who was the U. S attorney at the time in

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Two dead, 1 injured after wrong-way crash in south Houston

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Two dead, 1 injured after wrong-way crash in south Houston

"Houston Fire Department had to cut the driver of the other vehicle from her car. She was transported to the hospital with leg injuries. Ktrh news time 403 President Trump pardoning his former campaign chief Paul Manafort and associate Roger Stone. Brian shook As the details. Manafort was convicted on charges that emerged during the

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Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

Skullduggery

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

"New evidence surfaced of just how wild and crazy things could get in the last days of donald trump's presidency. The white house announced that the president had issued a new round of pardons that included. Paul manafort his former campaign chairman and roger stone his longtime political adviser both of whom had been convicted of crimes. Going out of robert muller's russia investigation. And as if that wasn't enough trump also pardoned charles kushner. The father of his son-in-law jared kushner who had been convicted of illegal campaign contributions tax evasion and witness tampering

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Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

The Other Side of Midnight

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

"People receiving pardons Wednesday, including Tomb or associated with the 2016 Trump campaign. Former Trump Campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former adviser Roger Stone were granted pardons. Both have been called in the special counsel's Russia probe. Manafort, convicted of tax fraud stone convicted of lying under oath to lawmakers, President Trump also pardon Charles Kushner, the father of presidential adviser Cherry Kushner. The older Kushner admitted to tax fraud. Fox is Jill NATO on Fox is Tucker Carlson Tonight, Roger Stone said his prosecution on charges of lying to Congress was purely political Election day when no one was watching. The Justice Department released the last remaining redacted sections of the Muller report in which they admitted that they had no evidence whatsoever of my colluding with Russia. Wikileaks Julian Massage trafficking and emails President had previously commuted stones prison sentence. He has now traveled to his moral Lago resort for the holiday.

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Trump pardons 29, including Manafort, Stone, Charles Kushner

News, Traffic and Weather

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Trump pardons 29, including Manafort, Stone, Charles Kushner

"Churn, hardens or sentence commutations for another 29 individuals on Wednesday, many of them loyalists and supporters. These were friends and family pardons. The president pardoning his son in law. Jared Kushner is Father Charles for tax and witness tampering convictions, a case prosecuted by former Trump outside adviser Chris Christie. Mr Trump also lifting the Mueller investigation, federal crime convictions and shadow off two more loyalists convicted former campaign chair Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. Many other pardons issued at the request of other Trump loyalists, ABC Sandy Field and you can expect still Mork clemency actions. President Trump is going to have more pardons in the coming weeks. Our sources tell NBC News that we do not leave. More pardon will come from now until the end of the year. But as everyone cost, but you never know with Donald Trump. But going into the beginning of 2021 Donald Trump has 20 games left in office, and we know from our sources is pardoned list is massive. ABC is John Santucci, inviting a congressional override the

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President Trump Pardons Jared Kushner's Father Charles

710 WOR Programming

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

President Trump Pardons Jared Kushner's Father Charles

"Pardons his former campaign chief Paul Manafort and associate Roger Stone. Two of 26 pardons Wednesday. Manafort was convicted on charges that emerged during the Russia investigation. Stone was convicted on charges of witness tampering and making false statements during the Russia probe. Trump had already commuted his 40 month sentence. The president also pardoned the father of his son in law and adviser Jared Kushner. Charles Kushner had been prosecuted by then U. S attorney for New Jersey Chris Christie in the early two thousands for tax evasion, witness tampering and illegal campaign contributions. House

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As Corrupt As It Gets? Trump Pardons Ex-Campaign Chief Manafort, Adviser Roger Stone

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

As Corrupt As It Gets? Trump Pardons Ex-Campaign Chief Manafort, Adviser Roger Stone

"Or wipes out prison sentences for nearly 50 people over the past two days, including 29 today. If he's Jackie Quinn reports. Those help by Trump Today include some key figures among the dozens of new pardons issued by President Trump, his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and his close associate, Roger Stone, who months earlier had his sentence commuted by Trump. Observers say this underscores the president's determination to use his office in the final weeks to unravel the results of special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation Tuesday. President Trump Pardon to other people convicted In the Russia probe. Before the pardon

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Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:24 min | 4 months ago

Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner

"Trump parted another batch of loyalists including Roger Stone and Paul Manafort tonight. Charles Kushner, the father of Mr Trump's son in law. Jared Kushner also had his legal record wiped. The president made this new batch of clemencies just after leaving the White House for Mar A Lago in Palm Beach, Florida ABC News Political director Rick Klein joined W. T. O P s Dmitri Sodas to take a deeper look at those pardons, stunning series of names, the kind of list that you can't imagine any other president ever. Compiling about a month before he leaves office. These are political loyalists of the father of his own son in law, Jared Kushner, among them in Paul Manafort, Roger Stone to individuals who remained loyal through some very tough legal times. They really brought upon themselves the president clearly using his power now, on the way out the door to reward loyalists in ways that would be unfathomable. You know the any other administration. This is not The normal channel or the normal course of business. These are not people that would have been pardoned, or Heather senses committed by any other president, but saying oil to President Trump has paid off for them. Can we talk about the Mueller investigation as sprawling and wide ranging as it was essentially being undone here? Is that my my overreaching or is that correct? I think the president is systematically taking away the accomplishments and undermining The very real prosecutorial work that they accomplished particularly with the Paul Manafort conviction. I think the Roger Stone one probably fits into this is well, you had a office inside the Department of Justice that was very aggressively looking for things that were prosecutable, and they found them in many cases, and now the president is coming out and saying This whole thing was Was a witch hunt from the start. And that's That's what his former national security adviser, or, you know, already the beneficiary of one of these pardons one of these computations and I think yes, I think anything associated with Mueller, the president is more inclined than most to say. This is something that I can undo with this pardon power we have heard in recent months. Defenders of the president point to the sheer numbers that is that other presidents maybe take Bill Clinton as an example, may have actually pardoned more people in the end and that President Trump should Not be criticized for using one of the few powers that a president can wield. Shall we say unilaterally, and he can use it, But I think the criticism is very much justified when you realize that this is not the normal process where people petitioned for the Department of Justice, you get a recommendation not to say that other presidents have never used political loyalties, particularly Bill Clinton in the past, But we remember times were Where there was outward lobbying on George W. Bush for Scooter Libby from his own Vice President Dick Cheney. He's still resisted and said, No, I'm not gonna issue that pardon. Actually, he was pardoned ultimately, by President Trump similar for Barack Obama. He did not consider pardons that that would have that kind of personal connection. They went up to the Department of Justice. The president has this part in power, he can use it. It's one of the few unchecked, unchallenged powers, but it's clear that President Trump is using it specifically to single out people that have been loyalty to him to pay off political patron's political donors, people in his own family. It may be setting up the ultimate pardons, which would be potentially pardons of people in the inner inner circle and maybe in his own family. There are partners on the way out the door of his sons of his daughter, Ivanka, maybe of himself. That would be the ultimate tell and truly without precedent. That's ABC News political director Rick Klein, who joined us on Skype.

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Victims' families in Iraq furious over Trump's Blackwater pardons

All In with Chris Hayes

04:31 min | 4 months ago

Victims' families in Iraq furious over Trump's Blackwater pardons

"Second time. In today's donald trump has dropped a batch of pardons for people mostly comprised of his political cronies and allies among the partners. That were last night. We're four blackwater contractors Former service members who opened fire on unarmed iraqi civilians in this source square into thousand seven at least fourteen people were killed. Seventeen wounded took years to bring those shooters to justice. Three of them were sentenced to thirty years in prison one of them. The sniper who first opened fire was given life without parole now. All four of them have been fully pardoned by president. Donald trump. paul dickenson is a lawyer. Represented the families of several victims in the two thousand seventy source square massacre in civilization. And paul dickson joins me now. I'm paul thank you so much for making time. I wonder if we can just start with your description of what happened in this source square back in two thousand seven and and what it did to the to the families that you represent. Thank you chris. What happened on that day was a traffic circle And traffic going through an ordinary day. Why client ali kanani and his family were an suv. Mohammed was driving through with other family members through the traffic circle. For armored vehicles. Tan-colored armored vehicles were entering. The traffic circle held up their hands and on a stop sign to have the traffic stop muhammed. Who was ali's father thought. Nothing of it because it's frequent especially this close to the green zone where they were the tower. You say there is a blocked from the entrance to the greens on Thought that someone important with either leaving or entering the green zone He looked to his right. Saw the person that's in one of the white vehicles in this video. Say that somebody in rome had just been shot at about that time. Bullets started to rain down his suv. He ducks for cover. Hold his sister. Who's sitting in the front seat down. Ali his son and his two cousins or in the backseat as the bullets rained on muhammed peaks. Up trying to see what's going on sees victims being shot killed machine go viral. All over is if ub as riddled with bullets As soon as it started at stopped He thought everybody was ok. That they had lived through a miracle When one of the cousins in the backseat said that ali was her Mohammed got out of the car opened. The door went to the back seat. Saw blood on the inside of the window and ali slumped over against the glass. He opened the door. And this is a bit graphic but what happened was ali slump towards muhammad is. Skull was open. Portion of his brain fell out onto the pavement in its sort square in fact. There's an image of that in that video that you were showing which i presume that you are not showing on tv. Mohammed cold pushed his son back in. The car turned his vehicle around On flat tires and a shutout windshield and drove to a hospital with only a few blocks behind them behind the source square when they arrive. Ali was doing everything he could for his son but knew that he probably had a fatal injury. Ali was still alive at the hospital. He had doctors look at ali He wanted to get treatment for his son. They told him they could not treat ended. The hospital was like a war zone. There were people in the hallways pickup trucks were bit bringing victims into the hospital. They had an ambulance dispatch for muhammed and ali to neurologic hospital across town. They had to actually go back through new source square to get there during the ride ali convulsed as muhammad held his hand and he died. I was contacted to represent them and others in a civil lawsuit against blackwater Eric prints and other of the people that were convicted of these murders and manslaughter charges. We proceeded with a civil lawsuit in north carolina against blackwater in the men. The shooter's that case was removed from state court to federal court. We fought to have it back and say it was in a court of appeal. The four circuit court of appeals in richmond virginia And we eventually resolved the case favorably for all parties without the necessity of trial. And i represent him a kanani family and several others.

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Trump pardons Paul Manafort and Roger Stone

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Trump pardons Paul Manafort and Roger Stone

"Issuing pardons to his convicted and former campaign chair Paul Manafort, along with former campaign and political advisor Roger Stone, the president, saying both were treated unfairly by what he called the Mueller investigation, which hunt all Manafort received the toughest sentence of any associate of President Trump entangled and special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. The former Trump campaign chairman, was sentenced to seven years after his convictions on charges of filing false tax. Turns in fraud. Manafort was released to home confinement in May on coronavirus concerns. Manafort's also being pursued by the district attorney in Manhattan who wants to prosecute him for fraud. They would not be covered by a pardon. Aaron

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"roger stone" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:37 min | 9 months ago

"roger stone" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"All right, we're hanging out with Roger Stone Roger. When we left our hero last he was on the verge of danger the feds. We're at his front door. No charges have been made frogmen with long rifles in the canal. This is bad news, Roger. This is bad news. CNN cameras everywhere, which is the thing that really pisses me off. I mean Eh, that not only fascinates me, but absolutely pisses me off that that CNN's notified of everything that's going on now. These these Jack. Legs are down there at starbucks getting a coffee waiting to go. To arrest outlaw Roger Stone. What happened next? Well they pounded on the door. They pulled me out to the street. As I say I said I'd like to see my lawyer say your lawyer will meet us at the FBI processing center. I said still charges against me. They said we'll show them to you in car. On the way they arrested fine but I now know by looking at the security camera footage that. CNN showed up house exactly fourteen minutes ahead of the insane, so the idea that they were there on a hunch. Reporting is nonsense, but here's the group. A reporter with. His name is Sara Murray Murray. A particularly depleted his woman. Contact one of my lawyers and said you know your. Your client has just been arrested. This is about seven o'clock seven am. And he had no idea and she emailed him a copy of my indictment. Might indictment was sealed was a sealed federal documents. Thirty in the morning and the copy she emailed him had no court markings. Patient Markings Time Stan. But. It did have the Meta data tags on it. The show is written by. Andrew, Weisman. Was Fact Lapel head of the moderate NASA Gatien. Now reasons is in court chat is because. Chipping someone as to the execution of a search warrant. Is a felony and in my case, not only add an arrest warrant for me, but they also had a search warrant for the premises in for the next thirteen hours after the Wifi dragged out street in her nightclothes, her bare feet, and she by the way his death, so she woke up looking down the barrel to gun. Song gone her. Visa Home, invasion or what's going on? then. They rip through the House for the next thirteen hours. Course you. We both know what they found. Nothing. So I went to the FBI a booking center, I was a fingerprint dead. My pictures taken. Everybody's very professionally. Bobby someday I have no argument with the individual FBI aitchison facts interesting at the house when they let me go into tooth, brushing feel other things, the agents who were Miami basically look at me and roll their eyes, or they look at me and Wick A guys were directly under Muller. Who saw this was a? A crucial mission now I was being arrested for the first time I had no previous criminal record. Right Ninety this speeding ticket. They were arrested for the non-violent white collar crime process crime of lying Congress when I look at the charges. I said you gotta be kidding. This is it and immersive. They, then they then sell to with my lawyers. At that point, the government said. We're not A. Why did you the rest?.

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"roger stone" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"roger stone" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

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"roger stone" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"roger stone" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"He's fucked so defense for the witness. Intimidation with this was really weird. Moment in the closing arguments I think they were trying. Trying to defend with account of witnesses intimidation against Stone for how he treated Credit Co mentioning the Godfather a bunch of times. And trying to say I'll take take your dog. And and the defense attorney said stone and credit go have been tampering with each other for twenty years and that that sounds gross. And for me. This isn't just about being happy. Like I said that stone is going to prison which I I am. I'm exceedingly happy. Be about that. Sorry not sorry. It's again that facts matter. The truth matters and they matter so much like I said the jury didn't deliberate long and you can't lie to Congress and get away with it. That is a very clear message. It's a it's a win for Muller it's a win for the rule of law. It's a win for our country. It member that arc of justice. I said keep just you know. Keep the faith here here. We go these are rewards For for that patients and this is a big big thing yeah. I'm surprised that they came to that. That conclusion as a jury so quickly I was expecting it to take longer so was I. Yeah how long. I don't know I don't know what standard though for jury deliberations if it's like normal normal for to exceed more than a day it would be hard to put an average on it considering the scope of this case in that it involves the president and the Russia investigation and I think gets like it's just one of those standalone things really. That's how long it took. Yeah look at him it also documentation but also yeah. Look at him he does scream. I have fifty watches attached to the inside of my coat. uh-huh shirt that says and and like like you were saying Amanda this sends a clear message. Sunlen who has had already amend his testimony once and then based on some testimony that came out this week he is already we know now that he did not testify about the call that he he had with trump And so he's going to have to make some more amended testimony We went over this in the more she read episode. But he's got a couple couple things he can do he can keep climbing. Keep lying And you know face them the Roger Stone Music or He can ask for an immunity deal. They can do that and Congress They can say look to. Just tell us everything we are going to prosecute you or he can plead the fifth and I think think I could come back and Samina plead the fifth and then he could be offered an immunity deal to say. Tell you what proffer you. We're not going to get you on any of your crimes even the perjury. We'll let it go as long as you tell us everything but then again would they do that because is he a credible witness is just going to say that he is the least credible mouth I have ever seen. Yeah no way. I don't believe any shit that comes in at thing. Yeah I'm almost like don't give him immunity just charge him with obstruction perjury. Yeah you tell the truth or we're going to get you for Lyon Bro. Yeah totally he definitely. I mean I can only imagine especially after going through him over the last however long go ahead I was just going to say. I can't imagine them not feeling about him. The way that they felt about Manafort as a witness when they sort of were like okay. No this is not yeah. Yeah we were like Flynn in the in the Be Junkie. He's he's not a cooperating witness anymore. Yeah aside from whom just confirming and creating the narratives that are already out there. Is there anything else that the Democrats could could hope to glean from him in terms of negotiation. Shen you know. Do you think there's anything else that they could get from your. He could say oh. I talked to trump a million times. Here's my call records. We talk all the time about a quid pro quo. We talk all the time about bribery. I was put in charge of making sure that Zilenski was down for this thing. And that you know I was dangling pence visit and I was dangling military aid javelin avalon's and all that he could he could come out with all that stuff. We know what happened. He's he could talk about what happened to the White House meetings and the gap between Von Miller. He could talk about anything like that. And and and say. Here's here's the whole truth and nothing but the truth. 'cause I don't WanNa be Roger Stone. What a change? That would be to see him go from when he did before to being like. This is everything. I don't have anything else. where he when his first testimony happened he seemed to Ed? According to sources inside the cavalier seem very above of it all very I'm a millionaire. You see what what are you going to do to me. And I. I really think that this if his if he's got a good lawyers that And he's Zillionaire. He should have good lawyers that this stone verdict is a stark reminder and really well-timed climbed by the way To to say hey you you're not above any of this and because you have hotels you're not above any of this because you don't need a million dollars to get this job job. You are as vulnerable to the law as anyone else's and the fact that the sentencing isn't going to happen until February sixth because because you know stone gets a year sounds like fuck it. I'll take a year but because the sentencing hasn't happened yet he's facing fifty fucking years in prison and that is just this got to be this weight on his advice counsel to be lightly because they don't know what stones going to end up with. Yeah Yeah I'm looking forward to money. Silence on on Wednesday right. It'll be interesting. We'll see if he's more humble or I bet we'll know from his attitude and his opening statement how it's going to go. Yeah except for that one. Yeah it is the right word. Yeah yeah sure yeah wait so sunlen is not had any Khan. He's not had any sort of like formal court proceedings. He's only just dealt with Congress at this point yes. Here's like nothing that's happened yet. That's been criminal in any other realm or whatever yet I know of. I don't know if he's been convicted. Hotel you're in his previous life. I assume not. Yeah but I wondered heard through all this. How many criminal referrals are gonNA come from Congress's investigation? Yeah and what bar does with them. Do they make them now or do they make them after two thousand twenty. Yeah be interesting to see We've got some new polling out of from Iowa and and some interesting things going on in the twenty twenty and Jordan. What do you have Yeah so new polling showing that Buddha judge is actually I in Iowa polling and he's sitting at twenty five percent which ages huge This is a poll at taken among likely Iowa caucus goers That sixteen point higher than he was in the September poll and Warrener's now at sixteen percent herself and Sanders and Biden are tied at fifteen percent and so- Sanders is actually up four points whereas Warren and Biden are down six six and five points respectively. So Pete's really astoundingly into lead right now go to where he was before and it it makes sense to to to the fact that he's been focusing a lot on Iowa he's been doing really well with independent voters there apparently and he is. He's invested a lot of time and energy on behalf half of his campaign in Iowa. So I guess that's a a sign in a signal to other DEM candidates if you want to win a state actually spending time time there and caring about their constituents makes a difference and he's a little more moderate and this week Obama came out and said some stuff about You know I know it kind of is annoying little annoyed by it. Yeah because it's I disagree with it mostly. Yeah Yeah Yes yes so. Obama made an appearance at this lake. Big donor vent And said that twenty twenty twenty Dem's need to not be to progressive essentially and that they need to be wary of becoming out of step with voters he says that voters are less revolutionary. Mary than they are interested in improvement And he warned that turning off certain segments of the electorate by not being Or that you might do might do that if you're not rooted in reality so he said this is a direct quote. This is still a country that has less revolutionary than it is interested in improvement. They like seeing things improved but the average generic doesn't think you have to completely tear down the system and remake it. I think it is important for us not to lose sight of that. I mean I don't burn the country down but also along the same lines. The the excitement is behind the progressive candidates and in general yes it's true in primaries. Aries you more progressive. You're more out toward the right or the left depending on whether you're Republican or Democrat and in general you have to come back to the center a little bit and that's just true true for everything. But did we need Obama to come out and say that in public also like the audacity of seriously to like to to to run on hope and change. Have your face plastered everywhere with words underneath it and then to come around like a decade later and be like but not too hopeful. I mean I don't know I mean that's the message you can certainly take action. He said I know progressive not to progressive. I I appreciate the sentiment intimate I I just don't get also I you would do it we're not it's not feeling revolutionary around here because has he spent any time on twitter. Well no I know. Actually the twitter APP said that liberal twitter is not how the rest of the world is that is true. That is a true statement. Yeah I people are our twitter is people live is a change though. Yeah I think It it's like it's kind of disheartening in the sense that the things that these crazy radical people are advocating for are really not that radical no. They're not they're really not they're only radical because our countries like done an awful job on notable friends. We saw that when I think it was Elizabeth Warren who one of the debates says. Why are you running for president? If you don't want any new big ideas I don't even I understand why you're and he got big applause from that and I feel like that is sort of an and I'll give this to you. I have a twitter bubble. I have a California bubble liberal bubble et Cetera et CETERA. You can pay myself with ninety different kinds of privilege and so I'm wondering am I. Only seeing it that way that that is what that's where the country is moving. But I feel like it is and I don't think that that would have been the case in two thousand sixteen. I don't think Hillary would come out for fifteen dollars. An hour minimum wage and thinking about Medicare for all had had the progressives aggressives and Bernie not pushed her to the left yeah Bernie pushed the entire discourse in the left and we have him to thank for that. Are you gonNA I read in the script. Are we talking about the fact that Michael Bloomberg Bloomberg has jumped into the race. This is very topical for. Were discussing right now. We can talk about that. I mean and we've Gone Bloomberg. Stop and Frisk Bloomberg and then. We've got develop Patrick Patrick and potentially Hillary I mean pillars. I hope that Bloomberg though I think brings her to what we're saying is that the donor class thinks that we we need in other billionaire. Exactly one hundred percent percents. I'm just GONNA say that. That is totally where their head is at their thinking. Oh Shit nobody in here. That's more the status quo and yeah didn't guy and he's not working out. It doesn't look. Yeah my advice for anyone thinking of joining the Democratic nomination for President Twenty Twenty. If you're not Michelle Obama don't Yeah Oh fuck. If she did that I I don't think and I'm not saying I think she well. She's his name rumored to nobody's even throw in the room out there. I'm just you're not Michelle. Obama don't bother please. Did edges justice creamed. It seems like a perfectly nice guy you know for in in in some ways I don't want to disparage him much without knowing a ton about him but I do know that he's not particularly Progressive Savannah can't imagine the people who are excited purpose of candidates falling behind him in any way very And he's also the stop and Frisk Guy. That's his deal. Yeah so I think it's say by but Warren has actually changed her. She did yes she released her Medicare health like a medicare for all revision to her plan. She really says on Friday. Basically basically the revision is she wouldn't make it mandatory it wouldn't be a mandate that everybody gets switched over into Medicare you'd still be able to keep your private option. She's backing off the you so you have to give up your private insurance..

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"roger stone" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"roger stone" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"He's fucked so defense for the witness. Intimidation with this was really weird. Moment in the closing arguments I think they were trying. Trying to defend with account of witnesses intimidation against Stone for how he treated Credit Co mentioning the Godfather a bunch of times. And trying to say I'll take take your dog. And and the defense attorney said stone and credit go have been tampering with each other for twenty years and that that sounds gross. And for me. This isn't just about being happy. Like I said that stone is going to prison which I I am. I'm exceedingly happy. Be about that. Sorry not sorry. It's again that facts matter. The truth matters and they matter so much like I said the jury didn't deliberate long and you can't lie to Congress and get away with it. That is a very clear message. It's a it's a win for Muller it's a win for the rule of law. It's a win for our country. It member that arc of justice. I said keep just you know. Keep the faith here here. We go these are rewards For for that patients and this is a big big thing yeah. I'm surprised that they came to that. That conclusion as a jury so quickly I was expecting it to take longer so was I. Yeah how long. I don't know I don't know what standard though for jury deliberations if it's like normal normal for to exceed more than a day it would be hard to put an average on it considering the scope of this case in that it involves the president and the Russia investigation and I think gets like it's just one of those standalone things really. That's how long it took. Yeah look at him it also documentation but also yeah. Look at him he does scream. I have fifty watches attached to the inside of my coat. uh-huh shirt that says and and like like you were saying Amanda this sends a clear message. Sunlen who has had already amend his testimony once and then based on testimony that came out this week he is already we know now that he did not testify about the call that he he had with trump And so he's going to have to make some more amended testimony We went over this in the more she read episode. But he's got a couple couple things he can do he can keep climbing. Keep lying And you know face them the Roger Stone Music or He can ask for an immunity deal. They can do that and Congress They can say look to. Just tell us everything we are going to prosecute you or he can plead the fifth and I think think I could come back and Samina plead the fifth and then he could be offered an immunity deal to say. Tell you what proffer you. We're not going to get you on any of your crimes even the perjury. We'll let it go as long as you tell us everything but then again would they do that because is he a credible witness is just going to say that he is the least credible mouth I have ever seen. Yeah no way. I don't believe any shit that comes in at thing. Yeah I'm almost like don't give him immunity just charge him with obstruction perjury. Yeah you tell the truth or we're going to get you for Lyon Bro. Yeah totally he definitely. I mean I can only imagine especially after going through him over the last however long go ahead I was just going to say. I can't imagine them not feeling about him. The way that they felt about Manafort as a witness when they sort of like okay. No this is not yeah. Yeah we were like Flynn in the in the Be Junkie. He's he's not a cooperating witness anymore. Yeah aside from whom just confirming and creating the narratives that are already out there. Is there anything else that the Democrats could could hope to glean from him in terms of negotiation Shen. You know there's anything else that they could get from your he could say oh. I talked to trump a million times. Here's my call records. We talk all the time about a quid pro quo. We talk all the time about bribery. I was put in charge of making sure that Zilenski was down for this thing. And that you know I was dangling pence visit and I was dangling military aid javelin avalon's and all that he could he could come out with all that stuff. We know what happened. He's he could talk about what happened to the White House meetings and the gap between Von Miller. He could talk about anything like that. And and and say. Here's here's the whole truth and nothing but the truth. 'cause I don't WanNa be Roger Stone. What a change? That would be to see him go from when he did before to being like. This is everything. I don't have anything else. where he when his first testimony happened he seemed to Ed? According to sources inside the receiver cavalier seem very above of it. All Very I'm a millionaire. You see what what are you going to do to me. And I. I really think that this if his if he's got a good lawyers that And he's Zillionaire. He should have good lawyers that this stone verdict is a stark reminder and really well-timed climbed by the way To to say hey you you're not above any of this and because you have hotels you're not above any of this because you don't need a million dollars to get this job job. You are as vulnerable to the law as anyone else's and the fact that the sentencing isn't going to happen until February sixth because because you know stone gets a year someone's like fuck it. I'll take a year but because the sentencing hasn't happened yet facing fifty fucking years in prison and that is just this got to be this weight on his advice counsel to be lightly because they don't know what stones going to end up with. Yeah Yeah I'm looking forward to money. Silence on on Wednesday right. It'll be interesting. We'll see if he's more humble or I bet we'll know from his attitude and his opening statement how it's going to go. Yeah except for that one. Yeah it is the right word. Yeah yeah sure yeah wait so sunlen is not had any Khan. He's not had any sort of like formal court proceedings. He's only just dealt with Congress at this point yes. Here's like nothing that's happened yet. That's been criminal in any other realm or whatever yet I know of. I don't know if he's been convicted. Hotel you're in his previous life. I assume not. Yeah but I wondered word through all this. How many criminal referrals are gonNA come from Congress's investigation? Yeah and what bar does with them. Do they make them now or do they make them after two thousand twenty. Yeah be interesting to see We've got some new polling out of from Iowa and and some interesting things going on in the twenty twenty and Jordan. What do you have Yeah so new polling showing that Buddha judge is I in Iowa polling and he's sitting at twenty five percent which ages huge This is a poll at taken among likely Iowa caucus goers That sixteen point higher than he was in the September poll and and Warren is now at sixteen percent herself and Sanders and Biden are tied at fifteen percent and so- Sanders is actually up four points whereas Warren and Biden are down six six and five points respectively. So Pete's really astoundingly into lead right now go to where he was before and it it makes sense to to to the fact that he's been focusing a lot on Iowa he's been doing really well with independent voters there apparently and he is. He's invested a lot of time and energy on behalf half of his campaign in Iowa. So I guess that's a a sign in a signal to other DEM candidates if you want to win a state actually spending time time there and caring about their constituents makes a difference and he's a little more moderate and this week Obama came out and said some stuff about You know I know it kind of is annoying little annoyed by it because it's I disagree with it mostly. Yeah Yeah Yes yes so. Obama made an appearance at this lake. Big donor vent And said that twenty twenty twenty Dem's need to not be to progressive essentially and that they need to be wary of becoming out of step with voters he says that voters are less revolutionary. Mary than they are interested in improvement And he warned that turning off certain segments of the electorate by not being Or that you might do might do that if you're not rooted in reality so he said this is a direct quote. This is still a country that has less revolutionary than it is interested in improvement. They like seeing things improved but the average generic doesn't think you have to completely tear down the system and remake it. I think it is important for us not to lose sight of that. I mean I don't burn the country down but also along the same lines. The the excitement is behind the progressive candidates and in general yes it's true in primaries. Aries you more progressive. You're more out toward the right or the left depending on whether you're Republican or Democrat and in general you have to come back to the center a little bit and that's just true true for everything. But did we need Obama to come out and say that in public also like the audacity of seriously to like to to to run on hope and change. Have your face plastered everywhere with words underneath it and then to come around like a decade later and be like but not too hopeful. I mean I don't know I mean that's the message you can certainly take action. He said I know progressive not to progressive. I I appreciate the sentiment intimate I I just don't get also I you would do it we're not it's not feeling revolutionary around here because has he spent any time on twitter. Well no I actually the twitter and said that liberal twitter is not how the rest of the world is that is true. That is a true statement. Yeah I people are our twitter is people live is to change though. Yeah I think It it's like it's kind of disheartening in the sense that the things that these crazy radical people are advocating for are really not that radical no. They're not they're really not they're only radical because our countries like done an awful job on notable friends. We saw that when I think it was Elizabeth Warren who one of the debates says. Why are you running for president? If you don't want any new big ideas I don't even I understand why you're and he got big applause from that and I feel like that is sort of an and I'll give this to you. I have a twitter bubble. I have a California bubble liberal bubble et Cetera et CETERA. You can pay myself with ninety different kinds of privilege and so I'm wondering am I. Only seeing it that way that that is what that's where the country is moving. But I feel like it is and I don't think that that would have been the case in two thousand sixteen. I don't think Hillary would come out for fifteen dollars. An hour minimum wage and thinking about Medicare for all had had the progressives aggressives and Bernie not pushed her to the left yeah Bernie pushed the entire discourse in the left and we have him to thank for that. Are you gonNA I read in the script. Are we talking about the fact that Michael Bloomberg Bloomberg has jumped into the race. This is very topical for. Were discussing right now. We can talk about that. I mean and we've Gone Bloomberg. Stop and Frisk Bloomberg and then. We've got develop Patrick Patrick and potentially Hillary I mean pillars..

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"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"But isn't that even more the case for sixty votes? I think what we have got to do. I mean, you're asking a legitimate question. But I think that's get first things for us. Let's elected Democratic Senate. Let's make sure that many as possible off progresses. But this is what I believe. That's what I said a moment ago, we make change when millions of people demand that change. And I believe that when people stand up and fight back. Yes, you'll going to have the United States Congress slot listening to ordinary Americans rather than wealthy campaign contributors. All right, Senator Bernie Sanders Senator from Vermont. Thanks so much for taking time. I appreciate it. My pleasure. Next. Roger stone's dirty tricks catch up with him, again, the amazing scene that unfolded in court between the president's former political visor and a federal judge right after this. Roger stone is officially gagged that's pursuant to an order from judge. Amy Berman Jackson today in federal court a hearing called by the judge herself after notoriously publicity hungry. Trump advisor posted a picture of judge Jackson next to what appeared to be crosshairs dome. Was apologetic quite apologetic today in court, but the judge was not buying it. She alluded to the coast guard member who officials say compiled hitlist public officials and stockpile weapons saying you don't even have to look at the papers beyond today to know that inciting extremist violent action is a possibility. Judge Jackson also warned stone. This is his last chance before she revokes his bail sending him to jail quote today. I gave you a second chance. This is not baseball. You do not get a third chance discuss the judge's action today and what they might pretend. Roger stone wanna bring in to MSNBC legal analyst Paul Butler, prosecute worked in the department of Justice's public integrity unit on cases of public corruption, and Maya Wiley, the senior vice president. A social Justice at the new school. My the you don't see this often. But I guess you don't see people who are like Roger stone that often is very rare to have someone particularly someone who should be as knowledgeable, and who is well represented as Roger stone, literally threaten a federal judge. And that is what happened here and one of the things that we must focus in on his one. The judge was restrained. She clearly was concerned. But also really gave him the opportunity. She remember that prosecutors wanted him more gagged than she. Agreed the gag him. He can still talk about his innocence. He can still ask for donations for his legal defense. But it can't talk about the case. And what he posted, by the way. It wasn't just the crosshairs. I think it's really important to elevate that he talked about the Muller probe as the d. State and the reason that lends itself to being threatening particularly where he has named a federal judge as if she is not an unbiased and impartial. Jurist is that the deep state reference has caused people to go out and threaten the lives of others in the past particularly using the info wars platform, which Roger stone himself has used. So just go back to pizza gate and the guy who showed up with an assault rifle after pizza gate that he saw so it's not their radical. And she was both restrained. But also trying to protect both the integrity of the process. And he I think it was really interesting is he finally got that, you know, his dirty tricks as in I himself as a trickster his dirty tricks here, which he may not intend. We don't know what is intentional in terms of promotion of violence. Maybe it was just a better way to fundraise doesn't really matter. When people go. Out and actually commit violent acts because of what you said, you know, Paul I've seen a lot of I've seen immigration lawyers and public defenders defense attorneys weighing in today saying if my client was out on bail and then posted an image of the judge in the case with crosshairs, they're not getting a second chance. What do you think? Absolutely. I think the judge went to easy or verger stone. So Chris remember the FBI Ray with twenty nine armed agents this watt team, the assault rifle they justified that by saying this is a dangerous guy nontheless he got released on bail..

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"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"We've got some special counsel Muller indictments, what we need to do in the house is to have people under oath give testimony. We knew subpoenaed documents we create this record with these hearings. And then American people can decide laid later this year. What did they want to do? So has been made. I mean, those those those hearings that have those are not been noticed yet. Right. Yes. That is correct. Those hearings had not been noticed. The only hearings have been noticed our next week. We're gonna have a met Whitaker acting turn general come in on Friday. And we will question him while I was going to have hearings on HR eight a background checks Bill for gun. Let me ask you this about Whitaker. He said just a few days ago. It's wrapping up there's this sort of consensus. There's been reporting for my own news organisation, others that it is wrapping up and yet here you see the special counsel filing today saying we need to October. We need a lot of time to go through Roger stone. What do you what do you make of it? It was completely inappropriate for the acting general to say anything about ongoing criminal investigation and their reasons why you don't want to line on it because it sends all sorts of signals to potential targets or witnesses and as a process for impressive. I know that when you get new evidence, you might have to look at new leads, and it extends whatever your time line is. So they had have now years of evidence from Roger stone. Did they have to go through and terms of his communications? That's just gonna take some time in decker lead to additional witnesses additional leads. So I don't think this investigation is going to end anytime really soon, congressman Ted lieu, thank you very much. Thank you. Chris. Joining me now is in bassin former associate White House counsel present Barack Obama now the executive director, protect democracy, and Glenn Kirschner former. Stant US attorney for the district of Columbia on MSNBC legal analyst is latest piece titled Trump adviser. Roger stone's indictment in the Muller probe suggests conspiracy charges may still be forthcoming. I want to start with you, Glenn and on Roger stone. I wanna play this thing that I thought was very interesting about Rogers Roger stone being interviewed on Trump TV about his indictment on the day of his indictment. He says something that caught a lot of people's ears..

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"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Roger stone was in DC today for what was otherwise a routine arraignment but outside the courthouse. It was chaos. Still supported by the proud boys. The violent far right group whose members beat up a bunch of people in New York and are being charged by the over it. They were chanting Roger stone. Did nothing wrong, which you know is trustworthy pronouncement from that crew while anti stone. Protesters creamed lock him up and blasted the Beatles back in the USSR, which I it's not quite right. But all the surreal circus that falls him stone is at least -ffected the air of thinks. It's all a joke. Despite the fact, he might die in prison. We maybe haven't seen all there is broader stone. A new report suggests that Robert Muller is perhaps preparing additional charges for the man who brags he has known Trump for forty years. Join me now Michael Isikoff chief investigative correspondent for Al news co author of Russian roulette the inside story of Putin's were on America and the election of Trump Michael that is the big question before us with the stone indictment is is. Is this the first part of what they have on him. Or is there more? Look, I I don't know. It's tantalizing the report that there might be more. But I suspect not. They spent Muller's people spent a lot of time on Roger stone. I mean more than a year questioning everybody who had contact with him going over, you know, hundreds if not thousands of emails and text messages they were clearly trying to prove more than what was in the indictment. There's there's a lot of meat in that indictment, especially on very damning evidence about his lies to congress. When he testified, particularly when he said, he had no emails or texts relating to his efforts to to learn about Julian Assange emails, obviously, not true and some of his thuggish tax to Randy credit co threatening him prepared to die. You're rat. Your stool, you know, all that was deserving of indictment. But you know, the goal that they were looking for was to show that. He really was in communication with Julian Assad as he publicly said, and you know, the fact is you look at the indictment, and they weren't able to remove that. But then hear the question becomes right? Why was he lying about all this? It just the whole thing is so bizarre. He's not just lying. He's commitments Roger start. But he's lies for a live. That's what he's done all his life, and he lies to congress, and he campers witnesses. Yeah. Look, I mean, I would think he would be able to turn that off. What is the point of everyone's lies about Russia? This is the question they all lie about Russia all the time. So what's the point in? Roger stone's case. He's he's playing a role. He's been playing a role all his professional life. All you gotta do is watch the Netflix film. I mean, you see, you know, who this guy is and he relishes it. And I think he's relishing it now whether he's thought through that this is going to end up. Him spending his life and the rest of his life in prison. I don't know. But he's clearly enjoying the limelight right now. There are some Texan involve you that. I wanted to get your your responses. So this is him. Texting critic. Oh, again, this plot is so bizarre and Byzantine basically tries to set up credit co is kind of back channel. Patsy. Even though it was actually Coursey, and then he wants credit go to stick to the story. When I tried to tell you last week, you said, you didn't believe it you've gone over the other side are now deep state stooge. He talks like this private, you should strap dynamite your body and invite Issakov for another dinner. It's the least you can do for your country. That's not very nice. What the heck is that about? Yeah. Well, that was Roger stone urging Rennie credit co to become a suicide bomber and blow me up. Look the context for that. And it really sets the context for a lot of the texts and emails that were in the indictment. This one was not. But it this was last January, and I was finishing up Russian roulette the book, I wrote with David corn and had interviewed credit co in which he. Spewed stones account of credit co being his back channel. So obviously, I had to go to stone for comment when I did stone went ballistic and begin sending these series of really vile against messages to Randy Credito threatening him..

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"roger stone" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Every Thursday and a subscription allows us to keep doing what we're doing. And now here's a portion of our conversation on cafe insider from cafe welcome to cafe insider. I'm pre- Berrara. And I'm an milk. I n how are you the Daikin morning so Thursday, we might have been wondering what exactly we would be talking about about mode doesn't disappoint on Friday. We were sure we had something to discuss. Roger stone's before we get to the substance of Roger stone. Can we discuss some one of the more interesting aspects of his person his personal tax on you? Well know that okay. I'm definitely going to get. I was gonna talk about his personal to oh. The Richard Nixon tattoo on his back. Do you have one of those? I do not you. I don't have any tattoos. I actually actually since this is the insider. Yes, I can confess that. I actually have a Millard Fillmore tat. That sounds great. I mean, it's not quite as large. Well, you just don't picture on cafe inside. I might. It's I haven't asked you where it is. Even upcoming to keep it up coming up the Padres. Luckily uses audio so he was indicted on seven counts. Yes. One count of obstruction? Viscounts of lying to congress the house intelligence committee and one count of witness tampering. So before we get to what some of the interesting aspects, are let's talk about what we think of the strength of the case. I think it's very strong. I it's unbelievably strong. And I mean, we we should talk about this. But if you look at the other charges that have been brought by the special counsel, for example, you know, the thousand one case that's brought against say popadopoulos or Michael Flynn. You sort of see there's often an allegation that someone said something untruthful at its it's one time, even when you say one thousand and one just to you know, this is a statute we talked about all the time eighteen USC thousand one making a false statement to law enforcement. Yes. And is one of the things that that that has been charged repeatedly in the Muller investigation. And we've seen multiple instances in some cases. But it's often someone lied about something very specific take Michael Cohen recently. For example, he pleaded guilty to lying to congress about the timing of the conversations about Trump Tower Moscow. The allegation there was he told congress that it ended in January twenty twenty sixteen when he later admitted that it went through at least June of two thousand sixteen that's one very, discreet thing. One of the things that is stunning about this indictment is that you have pages upon pages of lies and basic instances in which stone said that he either had no conversations with WikiLeaks or minimized his conversations with WikiLeaks and others related to the democratic hacks of the emails, and then you go through and sort of methodically. The special counsel's office saying that's not true, and here are and they're quoting, and I think that this is really important. They're quoting because it's not just that they have a witness on the other side who saying that's not true. They have actual they have a what's after they transfer. Exactly. They have they have a transcript from the house. They've got. And then they've got emails from stone. Text messages, what's apps, and basically is don't can say whatever he wants. But you know, the record doesn't lie right? And I should make clear for folk. That when I mentioned this down two thousand and one you can allege that when there's ally to along official and also as here, there's another aspect of it lying to congress. So he's actually charged with house and one multiple times in this indictment, and my my favorite, which I don't know how you escape this because one of the defenses to a false statement is that it was unintentional that you made a mistake or you forgot very hard to prove that sometimes because a busy CEO maybe testifies in a proceeding or makes his statements to along Forstmann agent. And maybe didn't remember particular Email that was from a year earlier a meeting that was two years earlier. And some of that was at issue when Jeff Sessions testified in connection with his confirmation hearing, what meetings did he have and also with respect to that Trump Tower famous meeting from the summer of two thousand sixteen but here in my favorite example, may I release. So this is paragraph thirty three on page sixteen of the indictment. We have the documents right here in front of us..

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"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Personally, a politically. What is today mean? From your perspective today means that for the first time Robert Muller is pointing to probably the president as colluding with Russia in releasing those stolen documents. Roger stone is clearly named as the intermediary the conduit between Russia WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign, and it casts in very dangerous context the president. But also his son Donald Trump junior who came before a committee where I served judiciary committee and made some statements that are very very seriously in doubt as to their fullness. Now after some of what is in this indict, you think that the president's son John junior because of his testimony before the. History committee, then chaired at the time by cheer Grassley that that he made false statements. So that committee he has some explaining to do, and I think is truthfully. Very seriously in doubt as to some of the statements that he made about the Trump Tower meeting his father's knowledge of it. And about the statements also involving the WikiLeaks release of these documents and some of them are in this Roger stone indictment, but he needs to be called back to the judiciary committee. I've asked the new chairman Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina to do. So if necessary by subpoena, I think it should be done. Alright Senator Richard Blumenthal. Thank you for being with me tonight coming up between the shutdown cave and the indictment of long time. Confidante just how politically damaged the president after today next. He'll caught y'all off Obama solicitor general on what the stone indictment means Donald Trump..

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"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"The work of the grand jury, and this is a statement of the United States that there was coordination by Roger stone between the Trump campaign. Pain and Russian activity in the two thousand election two thousand sixteen election. Marcy, one of the things that's striking to me. Is you have stone sort of scampering around trying to get to WikiLeaks in the indictment. If you have he's this. This is a Coursey this courses in an interview. But it sort of part of the vitamin he said that stone claim to advance knowledge the Billy Bush tape, and that the GOP operative told him if you have any way to get to start dropping tell him to start dumping, right? So he's he's trying to coordinate these leaks. And then we get him on the backside trying to cover up and lie about it before congress. But the actual thing in the middle, right? Which is was there an actual backchannel? Did they affectively coordinate that is not in there? What do you think about that missing part of this? There are few other missing parts, for example. There's no explicit reference to technolo- to Nigel Farraj, we know that Roger stone was meeting had meetings with both of them in that time period. We don't like I've shown that the themes that Corsi and stone were pushing in August, particularly argument about pedestrian having ties to Russia. Those started coming out from Coursey and stone before the emails started dropping October. So you would think. Yeah. I mean, the evidence is there suggest that's where they're going. Maybe that's what the FBI spend hours looking for and Rogers homes today to see whether they had those pedestrian emails in some form that that didn't come via WikiLeaks. I am one of the points. I made later in the day is Roger stone was willing to go to great links to set up these cover stories inside cover stories inside cover stories, but what he didn't do according to our Cording to the is delete these emails delete these texts that showed him collecting. So that says, you know, this guy who has spent his entire life doing cover up. Ups didn't do the most basic thing to engage in a cover-up. So there's probably a lot more in its homes that now now's than the FBI's possession. There's also the fact that this now brings us to we have Michael Cohen who's pleaded to a number of crimes lying to congress. Also campaign finance violations that he says was directed by the president Michael Flynn has pleaded George popadopoulos has pleaded Paul Manafort convicted Rick gates, and now Roger stone indicted. It is when you take a step back and think about the circle around this man, the president and his campaign and the criminality in evidence of those people it's something to contemplate it. It's amazing. And you haven't mentioned his national security adviser. And you haven't mentioned his campaign aide. George Papadopoulos, both of whom pled guilty to lying about contacts with Russian officials or. Russian intelligence cut out. And so I I think when you when you draw the circle around who were the people close to Trump in the campaign period and the transition period. And then you start crossing off the ones who have pled guilty to things or who have been indicted for things you end up with you end up with a sharply diminished pool and the closer people are the more likely they are to have problems, and that does suggest a kind of tightening of the circle closing of the ring. Whatever metaphor you want to use that has to concern if you thinking about it carefully of reading them thinking who did direct to do that. I think maybe MARCY Wheeler and Ben with us. Thank you. Both. Joining now is Harry Littman. Former deputy assistant attorney general contributing columnist washing post and Mimi Rocca assistant US attorney in the southern district of New York MSNBC legal analyst, Harry let me start with you on was directed which strikes me as the most flashing neon sign in the indictment and also the most legal significance for the president. I'll read this again..

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"roger stone" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Friday edition. So Mr Pat gray is here. Every time you sound excited. Thank she ate it. All right. What's your top story? I don't wanna be click bait guy. I don't wanna be salacious and overdoing it to get eyeballs. But today kind of have to we're going to cost benefit analysis. Oh, wow. Obviously a sexy top so sassy. Wow. I can't wait to get. What did talk about the early morning raid on Roger stone today? Jason. Yeah. I gotta agree. Roger stone's famous for saying, it's your turn in the barrel. And it's definitely his turn in the mineral. All right before we get into stews release salacious click Beatty start with Roger stone today. I'm fine with that we get into that one. Thank our sponsor relief factor. So relief factor is there for you. If you have tried a bunch of pharmaceutical drugs, and you still have this ongoing pain. I know a lot of Americans are constantly and pain. I was one of them. I had a bunch of disc problems from a car accident and relief factor is the only thing that has worked for me to control my pain. I tried acupuncture. I tried massage. I tried you know, pharmaceutical products. This is the only thing that has controlled my pain. I know for Glenn. It has worked miracles for him. And he was in a lot worse shape than I was. So I know Jason's tried it. He's he was in the military and also getting super old. Just seeing start to hurt, but it actually attacks the inflammation, which a lot of people don't realize is the main source of.

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"roger stone" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"But I can assume they're all things that post date the Muller investigation. In other words, investigators came to Roger stone, and he allegedly told them false statements. He obstructed Justice under any of number of obstruction statutes, and he may have persuaded another witness to give false testimony what you can expect from the Trump side is going to be that this isn't Tirlian product of the special counsel investigation. These are crimes that were created by the investigation once the DOJ and US attorneys. Parched over these statements and found anything false in them that they could. That's what I expect to be the Trump, and Roger stone defense to these charges, and it's an interesting thing because that indictment it'll be interesting to see whether it contains any charges that predate the Muller investigations. That's something. The Trump team will seize upon. Well, Danny this is in Dighton it right at the top during the summer of twenty six stone spoke to senior Trump campaign officials about organization one and information might have had that would be damaging to the Clinton campaign. So this is connecting Roger stone to organization wine, which I I'm only scanning through this. But I speculate that that's probably WikiLeaks and Trump's senior campaign officials. So this is a link between WikiLeaks the hack and Trump campaign officials and isn't that fascinating? Because it's another example of what we call. Speaking indictments indictments just need to be a bare bones recitation. Effects just enough to get over that probable cause hump. So when you see this level of detail. This is the Muller team. This is the DOJ the US attorneys who are indicting these characters it's their opportunity to speak in the event that this report that we're all waiting on. Never sees the light of day they will chronicle what they did through their indictment, and you'll notice that and I'm expecting that the indictment doesn't charge any actual conduct in twenty sixteen. But rather the lying about or the obstruction of Justice win that conduct was later investigated by the Muller team again. I haven't had an opportunity this breaking news indictment, but I expect that's what we're going to see any this has been rumored for a while. As you watch Muller put the pieces together, why stone today versus a month ago versus a month from now. That's something that that's a strategic decision by the special counsel's office. Humane wide in today. I'm not saying, but right now in other words, this could have happened in month ago. This could have in two months ago as you see him put the pieces together. Is there anything that jumps out that this is happening now because most likely the Muller team is choosing to indict when they do in order to keep things confidential right up until the last possible minute. There must be some strategic decision in indicting, Roger stone. Now, when they could have as you said exactly indicted him months ago, but perhaps if they had it would make public these facts, and it might scare off other targets other witnesses and other subjects in the investigation. That's something that the DOJ and the US attorney's must keep in mind. Win investigating to only release this information when they absolutely have to in other words in in the event, they might scare off other individuals. Julia Ainsley I'm looking through this indictment as you are as well. What else are you seeing as you read it? So I I just want to correct one thing that I said about his affiliation with the campaign. He. He was an official that campaign up until August of twenty fifteen that would be over a year before the election. But then he says that he maintained close contact with imported to me, I think is the the fact that they want to show his relationship with the campaign, and especially right here. When you go down to paragraph five stone was contacted by senior Trump campaign officials to inquire about future releases by organization one that can be assumed to be WikiLeaks. The fact that he was contacted by Trump campaign officials so just that Muller has been using stone. Just as we thought he was to find out the coordination between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, it's spelled out here. And I'm looking here. Oh, I'm looking Danny just as I read through this. We've got one kind of obstruction one kind of witness tampering five counts of making false statements. Roger stone has been served dismissive of his role in all this..

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"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"The hacking or collusion, and it could be something in his past, and that's what Andrew Miller might know about Davis Davidson here quite close. Yeah, yeah, for sure. Was she around while you were filling the film? Yes, actually kind of the the film before the film, if you will, we followed her twenty thirteen cultural or run where she was actually running against Eliot Spitzer who's trying to make a political comeback at the time. The campaign fizzled out because she got in stared in FBI sting and was arrested for selling prescription drugs. So that was her second time in prison, and she didn't get out of prison until I think it was may of twenty sixteen so so her sort of knowledge of of working for Roger isn't really time of the Trump campaign. Whereas with Andrew Millar, he was brought back into the fold around around the time the RMC he was with Roger in Cleveland and and certainly was working for him the months after that there sort of in question, you know, one thing bednets writing is you've got Muller having referred some cases. We know he's referred lack of Fara registration of a number of folks at work in DC that aren't Paul Manafort to US attorneys. We know he's referred out the Michael Cohen matter to the southern district this he has not referred out. I mean, this is this is the Muller grand jury that is looking at stone. Yeah, I think that's right. And. I think the reason for that is pretty clear, which is that. You know, if you look at the GR you the hacking indictment. The link to Roger stone is the collusion stuff right? And the the heart of the Muller investigation is the question of coordination between the Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and anybody associated with the Trump campaign. The person who is most clearly identified with that in the document itself is Roger stone. And so I think this is the most public aspect we have other than the Trump Tower meeting of what is really the heart and soul of the Mueller investigation. It's great point, and I keep coming back to the fact they mention how often he's in contact with senior campaign officials in the indictment of the Russian officials just a few weeks ago tomorrow and Ben witness, great to have you both. From one of the possible legal jeopardy facing Roger soon on joined by Paul Butler and Mimi Rocca both former federal prosecutors, current NS NBC legal analyst. Let me start with you on a play you Andrew Miller's lawyer. Andrew Miller is being represented by sort of conservative action. We're going that clearly is sort of taking him on as kind of cause in the broader assault on the Muller investigation. Here's what he had to say. Vision. Challenging fusion with special counsel. This is. On the..

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"roger stone" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Really what it is most outrageous is the lynch mob roundtable after you leave a where they just come on and they say things that are that stone refused to answer questions before the house intel no i answered every question tooth fully and fully my favorite you notice the guy in the washington post says you notice when stone says he never received anything whatsoever from wikileaks you notice he didn't say including hacked emails you notice to me anything kind of covers that in this whole fake news that we used to have the new cycle this is the news recycle right roger stone spoke to goose for two point owes rushing asian as not a russian agent be it's six weeks after wikileaks has already published the controversial material and it's twenty four words all public it's a knock you ass roy to get you the headline trump associate communicated with russian hacker it is so much bowl schiff so in in the in the forward that tucker carlson wrote he's talking about when he confronts this executives don't have roger stone on and he's like but you know i mean the guy's been in politics forever at the highest level he's clearly knows his stuff he's interesting he's and the guy agrees it's like that's all true but we just don't want him on and doesn't essentially give a reason because i'm shit stirrer well right because you know that famous quote from the joker you got to inject little energy here's the thing about in arche it's fair these people can't take they don't like being challenged because for thirty years there was only one narrative their narrative right we need to go to war in iraq because they attacked us on nine eleven it's their z narrative but i think there's something about you that's more dangerous to those people than say even someone like an alex jones who they can say not that they wanna have alex jones on all the time but if alex jones tries to expose something they can say.

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"roger stone" Discussed on The New Washington

The New Washington

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on The New Washington

"But they're not getting anything personnel on tuesday alberto the alternative to the strategy ice outlined which is trump and the republicans have failed and you have to wear their failure why should he do that he's not a is not establishment republican anyway so thank you i want to end on a loyalty question sis clearly something trump values almost above all other things in his advisors are you loyal to me when you look at the relationship between roger stone and donald trump how do you view stones actions as examples of loyalty or betrayals of that loyalty and and what might that say about his ongoing role in trump's inner circle as somebody who influences him look i think that one of the things that um trump sees as a form of loyalty is durability and stone has been around a very very long time for trump a lot of people in trump's world slide in an out stone is a as i said always there in some form or another um they might be arguing about something they might be disagreeing they might be having one of their public spats which they've had repeatedly one of the weird things about loyalty with trump as he he always kind of wants what he doesn't completely have and you are never more valuable to donald trump than when you're walking away from him so the fact that stone has this sort of half distance half in half out will always always always keep him pretty close and he knows a lot about trump that also um nixed trump want to keep people close.

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"roger stone" Discussed on The New Washington

The New Washington

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on The New Washington

"Too many generals first of all i need seven days in may is all about a military coup village and uh you know that's not what stone was referring to explicitly in that quote that i have to imagine that he was aware of the double meaning when he senate i would imagine that that is part of his concern and i just think the president has unfortunately surrounded himself with the number of globalists' who don't share his world view and you say lisa globalist what exactly do you mean uh those who think that the sovereignty of the united states's secondarily loo we need to move into some kind of international arrangement in which we just accept the inevitable decline of our country maggie roger stone is pretty explicit and our conversation in his fear that then in the nationalist war against the globalists' in this white house that the globalists' are winning so who are the globalism this white house and are they winning as roger stone fears sure i mean like the word the term globalist is um you know it's used on breitbart dot com i'm steven its website with like big bright globes um bright eight in its most negative connotation i think it's critics believe that it's got a it's got a bit of an anti semitic patina um i think other people disagree with that dan it's you know that the targets for the people who are seen as clinical globalists' spice john and a lot of stance supporters are gary cohn the top economic advisor uh dina powell who is a deputy national security adviser how do you justify dina habib paul being in the trump white house why do you say her mental name like them well because that's her name.

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"roger stone" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"roger stone" Discussed on Reveal

"To expand here to hire here uh and i think that would that would create an economic boom so i think more pro progrowth oriented policies the kind of economic plan that the president put forward during the campaign would ignite an economic boom which both give us more revenue to deal with our many social problems and more time mrs own thank you so much for coming in today i really appreciate your time and a health we could talk again happier many thanks mm roger stone was a campaign adviser to donald trump by the way after this interview was recorded the peace the gates shooter edgar madison welsh the guy who's roger stone said disappears was sentenced four years in prison so we actually do know where he is you're listening to alletson reveals enough like this interview and you want to hear more me going one on one with someone send me your suggestions on twitter at out underscore letsin that's at el underscore in this interview was produced by amy walters and edited by kevin solvent our sound design team is the one to twins by man j breezy mr jim breaks and claire see no mullin with help from catherine remondo special thanks to reveal editor eighty donahue reveal is a coproduction of the center for investigative reporting and p architects leads in and remember there is always more to the soaring.

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