35 Burst results for "Rudy Giuliani"
What's It Going to Take for People to Vote Differently?
"Same thing. So the last segment we were talking about street crime. What is it going to take for people to realize they are living in hell holes caused by liberal governance and change their voting behavior? I don't know. I don't know. I know in New York City it took about 2 ,000 homicides a year for four years. What? Yes. No. Yes. And I can tell you you're going to you're going to see a sea change in this in the country and in liberal cities when cities like St. Louis and New York start electing Republican mayors. It's never going to happen again. You're right. It's not bad enough yet. You're making my point. You're making my point. It did happen. It's happened in the past. It happened in New York City. It's happened in Los Angeles. It's not that this hasn't happened before. In my lifetime, Ronald Reagan won 49 states in a presidential election. 49. Oh, thank you. Oh, thanks. Rudy Giuliani won most of the boroughs of New York City. It got not bad enough. Folks, we're not even close to the level of if there was, say, a thermometer and it hits 101 or 102 in this we'll take the antibiotics, in other words, vote different to change their physical condition. We're not even close. We're at like 95. You're like, no way. This is so bad. I'm watching people pour across the border. I'm watching shootouts in the Search Circle K. I'm watching a guy be stabbed to death in the streets of Bedford -Suyvesant.
Monitor Show 06:00 09-21-2023 06:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Lower open on Wall Street, up next we'll get the latest on the Fed. How do rates proceed? Plus a bit of progress, potentially, inverting government shutdown. Hour two of Bloomberg Daybreak starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. From the Bloomberg Interactive Workers Studios, this is Bloomberg Daybreak for Thursday, September 21st, coming up today. Futures point to more losses as the Fed signals rates will be higher for longer. Jamie Dimon says the Fed should be more aggressive raising rates. Progress this morning in the riders' strike against Hollywood Studios. And Speaker McCarthy wins over some conservatives to try to avoid a government shutdown. Donald Trump's New York hush money criminal trial is going to overlap with the state's presidential primary and new allegations against former Mayor Rudy Giuliani from a former White House aide. I'm John Tucker. Those stories straight ahead. I'm John Stashauer in sports. Week three in the NFL begins tonight with the Giants at the 49ers. The Mets won the Yankees long. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak on Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119 and around the world on Bloomberg Radio dot com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow, U .S. stock index futures lower this morning S &P futures down half percent or twenty three points Dow futures.
Monitor Show 07:00 09-10-2023 07:00
"Investment Advisors. Switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. On the Bloomberg Terminal. Have a good and safe weekend everyone. For Carol Masser and Jess Menton, I'm Tim Stenebeck. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Offers of assistance are pouring in from around the world as Morocco reels from a deadly magnitude 6 .8 earthquake. Michigan resident Tamika Gambrell was vacationing in the North African nation when the quake hit Friday night. One person actually saw it. Maybe a bomb had went off. The death toll stands at more than 2000 with thousands more injured. President Biden has given condolences and is pledging US support, adding that every effort will be made to ensure American citizens in Morocco are safe. President Biden's just wrapped up meetings at the G20 Summit in India. In a closing statement yesterday, world leaders called for a just and durable peace in Ukraine, stopping short though of condemning Russia for its invasion. The G20 declaration also called on Russia to reinstate the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which allowed Ukraine to export grain to help global food supplies. Former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani is asking a judge in Georgia to rescind the election interference charges against him. Jim Forbes has more. He's been indicted along with 18 others over the alleged attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia. On Friday, Giuliani's lawyers argued the indictment quote fails to provide sufficient notice as to what he must defend against at trial.
Monitor Show 06:00 09-08-2023 06:00
"Investment advisors switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. Friday morning open on Wall Street. Up next we'll get the latest on Apple's route with China cracking down on iPhones plus U .S. China friction on display ahead of the G20 summit. That's coming up in our 6 a .m. news. Our two of Bloomberg Daybreak starts right now. We get further clues on the Fed's rate hike path. And Goldman Sachs reportedly plans more layoffs in the coming weeks. New York Mayor Adams is blunt about the migrant crisis. This issue will destroy New York City. Plus a Trump -hosted fundraiser for Rudy Giuliani. I'm Michael Barr. More ahead. I'm John Stash, Aaron Schwartz. The Yankees lost the Tigers. The Lions upset the Chiefs. Coco Goff and Irina Sabalenka are semifinal winners of the U .S. Open. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak. On Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 119. And around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Taryn Moscow and U .S. stock index futures are lower. S &P futures down a quarter.
A highlight from Dick Morris (Encore)
"Welcome to the Eric Metaxas Show. Do you like your gravy thick and rich and loaded with creamy mushrooms? If no one was looking, would you chug the whole gravy boat? Chug, chug, chug, chug. Stay tuned, here comes Mr. Chug -A -Lug himself, Eric Metaxas. Hey there, folks. Welcome to the show. I planned to have as my guest today our friend Dick Morris, but I did not plan to have Dick Morris here following what happened yesterday. I'm very glad that after this fourth indictment of President Trump, I have someone that I trust to ask about it. Dick Morris, welcome, and help us make sense of what in the world is happening in the United States of America at this time. Well, we're really in danger of becoming a judocracy as opposed to a democracy, a government run by judges. And I would say the justice system, but it's not, it's individual judges working for the administration. Biden has decided he can't defeat Trump in the election, so he's gonna defeat him in the courts. But first of all, do you even think that Biden is running? My theory would be that we have people behind the scenes in the Democratic Party who know that Trump is their worst nightmare, and they will do and are doing anything to stop him - But make no mistake, this is run by Joe Biden. He's not addled, he's not - I am surprised, honestly, to hear you say that. I would think that behind the scenes it's Obama, it's anybody but Biden. We need to change our image of Biden. He's mean, he's nasty, he's surly, and he's dictatorial. And he knows, and he desperately needs this job, not for the prestige, but for the money. Biden's net worth when he entered the presidency, no, I'm sorry, the year after he left the vice presidency, his net worth was $27 ,000. He never made any money. He served for 36 years in the Senate, was the poorest senator. Then when he became vice president, he made a little more. And then in 2017, when he left the vice presidency, he made a total killing. He made $15 million in one year. And God knows how much more that he didn't declare. And most of it was bribery. And he needs to continue that. He needs two things. He needs a continuous flow of bribes. And he also needs to do what the Chinese want, so they will cover it up for him and not turn him in. And I think that that's what you're looking at here. It's no surprise, really. The issue is what'll happen. I think the other point that's worth making here is that this indictment breaks entirely new grounds because what happened was that in 2018, Stacey Abrams ran for governor, Democrat. And she came very close to winning against Kemp. But there were a lot of votes that she claims were suppressed, blacks who couldn't vote. So she sued. And the litigation went on for two years. And finally, the state settled and they came up with a consent decree. And the key thing in the consent decree was that they would not scrutinize signatures very thoroughly of people who were absentee or voting by mail. The statute required for two verifications and they cut it back to one and they sharply limited the grounds for where signature could be tossed out. And under those new rules, they conducted the election of 2020. And when Trump lost the state, he realized there was a fraud involved. And he sent investigators down to check it out, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and a bunch of others. And now they are all being indicted because they dared to question the results and to audit the results, really.
A highlight from "Trump Turns Himself In To Atlanta's Fulton Country Jail On Election Fraud Charges In 2020"
"Spotify for Podcasters makes it easy to become a podcaster. From your very own phone or PC, you can record and edit your podcasts, then distribute that masterpiece to sites like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, and more. Your voice, your vision, your stance. Spotify simplifies it all, free and no catch. You heard me right. Spotify has allowed me the flexibility to share my unique perspective and allow fans to interact with the Q &A polls. Download Spotify for Podcasters right now. Donald Trump has once again made history on Thursday as the first former sitting president to submit to a mugshot. He turned himself in at an Atlanta jail where he faces criminal charges related to trying to overturn his 2020 election defeat in Georgia. When the former president arrived at the Fulton County jail, he was fingerprinted and required to take a booking photo. Unlike in other cities that did not require Mr. Trump to say cheese for the mugshot, Fulton County officials were adamant about treating Mr. Trump like any other defendant. Kudos to those guys, man. I got to say that. Here on Convo Over Cigars, I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming. Trump was on the ground in the ATL for about an hour. The bulk of that time was spent at Fulton County jail. Following his arrest, he told reporters this was a sad day for America. It sounded like a broken record. Every time Trump's being interviewed, he says that. This is a sad day for America. He said he believed the 2020 presidential election was rigged and stolen and also a travesty of justice. Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis set a deadline of noon for everyone that was indicted last week in the election subversion case to turn themselves in. Bond for our Rudy Giuliani was set at $150 ,000. That is second only to Trump's $200 ,000. I got to take my hat off to Fannie Willis. I really do because here's an African -American woman. She puts me in the mind frame of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. This is an African -American woman who is not showing any type of preferential treatment. I thought it was astounding that she requested that Mr. Trump take a mugshot. You know, Florida, all these other places, New York, they were like, hey, we give Donald Trump. This is Donald Trump we're talking about. He doesn't have to be subjected to a mugshot. This is a very high profile person. But let's just be clear, a mugshot is basically photographic evidence that authorities use. That's protocol for pretty much any defendant. So why should Donald Trump be any exception? So I'm taking my hat off to this woman, obviously the YSL case, the very high profile case with Young Thug and Gunna and those guys. I think she is trying to set a precedent in Fulton County. You can do anything you want to do in these other places, but if you come to Fulton County with that nonsense, I'm going after you. I'm a prosecuting attorney that's going to go after you. And she is holding Trump and Giuliani and his cohorts, all these people, she is holding these people accountable. Now, Trump is 77 years old. He is the first U .S. former sitting president to face criminal charges. This is actually the fourth criminal case against Trump since March. Now in the state of Georgia, this case, he faces 13 felony counts, including racketeering. You guys have been locked into another edition of Convo Over Cigars. I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming on a Thursday night. Take care, guys.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Yeah. So Vivek is getting a lot of positive traction here. What do you think, Cain, about the Ukraine dialogue? I found that to be super interesting. At least one disagreement. But otherwise, it was in total harmony on stage to send more money to a foreign nation while our own country is invaded. And not only was it in harmony, it was disharmonious with the views of the Republican Party. That's what is the takeaway. A hundred percent. Yes. Yeah, you've seen the polls, right? You've talked about them on your show and I posted them on CFP. The polls have shown and it's not just Republicans. It's a majority of the American people, of the American electorate, who no longer want to give aid to this, you know, whatever. People are dying, so I'm not going to call it a stupid war. But there are better places for the hundreds of billions of U.S. tax dollars. And so it was stunning. It was absolutely stunning to see almost, you know, near total agreement amongst the RINO candidates that we have to keep supporting Zelensky and sending our dollars there. And it's frightening. It's disturbing. There's nothing that we can do about it except laugh when all those guys get, you know, one by one drop out of the race come January, February and March of next year. Yeah, that'll be our only revenge. Citizen Kane. James O'Keefe under criminal investigation in Westchester County. Department of Justice launches a civil lawsuit against Elon Musk today. Washington, D.C. attorney general launches an investigation against the mastermind of the conservative tilt towards the Supreme Court, Leonard Leo. Michigan has indicted 16 MAGA patriots who signed as alternate electors. Fulton County is booking 18 people in the conservative movement. Alvin Bragg has indicted Donald Trump. And yet our movement did not mention once last night on the debate, not once, Mr. Kane, how we can respond to the gulag state. Citizen Kane. I think they didn't mention it because it's not even in their worldview at this point. They're not even thinking about it. They don't. I think, you know, tacitly, many of the people that we saw on stage last night tacitly agree with the prosecution of Trump. They want him out of the way. They've actually wanted him out of the way for years, most likely. And so I think that's probably why we didn't hear it brought. We didn't hear it brought up by any of the candidates. Yes, that's right. And by the way, your, you know, your tweet encapsulated it perfectly. You were, you know, and I hadn't even seen that DOJ Elon Musk story. It's funny, I always write notes down during my interview, interviews with you, things that I need to go cover for CFP. But yeah, the laundry list just keeps getting longer. They're attacking us from every angle and we have no one fighting back. In fact, there have been very few people even talking about fighting back. You've been one of the, probably the only loud voice, Bannon as well, talking about how state attorney generals, Republican state attorney generals. That's right. Need to get some, need to sort of take a look in the mirror and realize that this is the game and this is how it's being played now. Yes. Yeah, get some stones. So yeah, so it's not happening or at least it's quiet, right? We don't know, you know, I'm always, I'm an optimist at heart, so I'm always hoping that we've got AGs that are silently working behind the scenes to try to turn a little off their 180 degrees on the Democrats. But, but as you said, it's not being talked about by the top of the party. So, and I haven't heard it talked, discussed on Fox news, I don't think. Um, in, in, in weeks. And so, yeah, so it's a battle that, uh, I don't know. It's fun. It's depressing, Charlie. But I want to, I want to say two things that are not depressing. Dope. Okay. One is that I am absolutely convinced that we're making inroads with independence. I threw up Charlie Kirk's rumble page. If people go there, I was shocked by how many, I don't know who you have doing that. I don't know if it's Andrew or whoever, but someone does a fantastic job of, of putting together 15 or 20 viral videos there anyway. So you had a Harry Enten clip from CNN and he was, he was, he was right there on the board and making sure that people understood that, that, that Trump has a, has a, you know, that CNN viewers understand that Trump has a legitimate shot of winning in 2024. And he laid out sort of the polling differences and talked about how at this point in 2000, I guess it would have been 2020, that Biden was leading by almost double digits in many of the polls, eight to 10 points. And in the polls that he threw up, it was, it was sort of neck and neck. And I've got some links on CFP right now if people want to go that sort of aggregate the polls. So, so that's the first piece of good news is that Trump is doing better with independence. The second good piece of good news is undoubtedly these indictments haven't hurt him. You and I, that's what we wondered, right? Five months ago when we saw all of this coming, we had to ask that question, is it going to help him? Is it going to hurt him? How are independents going to react? And I think we're, you know, over these last two months we've started to get the answer and it hasn't been disastrous. And not only, not only, not only hasn't it been disastrous, it might be helpful. So those are two pieces of good news. I think that's, yeah, I was just saying a third piece of good news that I want people to know is that America and Republican party and the MAGA base is not racist. How do we know this? In a brand new poll that we just posted, Vivek is now leading DeSantis by four points, 13 to nine. So I think it's a wonderful sign and I'll throw it back to you. That, yeah, I think all those takeaways are deep and profound. And to go to the second one that I want to just emphasize for a second. There is a silent independence streak with younger millennials. I'm telling you that do not love Trump, but there's something to this rebellious mugshot energy where he's the cool candidate right now. I'm telling you, do not underestimate that of the Joe Rogan 32-year-old like kind of Jim bro, crypto bro that didn't vote for Trump in 20 because it was all too crazy. But now they're like, hey, this guy is punk rock. This guy is Jimi Hendrix. This guy is going to fight for us. Okay, Citizen Can, we're out of time. Keep it up. I will be checking Citizen Free Press every five minutes for the rest of the day.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So, you know, I think it's basically turned out exactly as we thought. That you're going to have a group of people up there that most of, you know, that most of the MAGA base, you know, is ignoring because they've made their mind up for Trump already. So it was a complicated response to the debate. Yeah, I'll end it with that. So, but, Cain, I want your reaction. Did you watch it or you watched parts of it? I'm sure you did. I'm sure you caught part of it. Yes, yes. I've seen the whole thing. For me, the big takeaway and where I was most upset is the audience, because if you were just kind of, let's just say, an independent voter, if you were a Democrat, which I really don't care, but if you were just an open minded person and you were watching the debate, you would think that that audience was emblematic of the Republican base when it wasn't. That's what I was most upset about, is that that is not where the base stands at all. And they're almost trying to create the psyop of booing for VEC because he stood against Ukraine, booing for VEC because he stood against the totalitarian, greeny, Marxist climate change agenda. Cain, that audience was not an accurate picture of what the Republican base is. It was staged. That was one of my, you know, hopefully my voice is OK. I was screaming at the television last night, absolutely screaming. And I had the same reaction to you as you. It was staged. It was an RNC show. It was Romney's chosen audience. And it was so obvious. You know, I was happy at least that there were some boos when who took it. Asa Hutchinson took a big shot at Trump, I remember, and he got booed. So I was happy that, you know, that MAGA at least represented. But there's no doubt. I mean, they controlled, I don't know the details, but I got to assume that the RNC controlled who was allowed in the watch. That's right. They controlled the ticketing, Cain. I want to play a piece of tape here as a flashback. You'll love this. This is this is how Donald Trump called it out. This is a great clip. Play cut 150. Let me talk quiet. That's all of his donors and special interests. So that's what it is. That's what. And by the way, let me just tell you, we needed tickets. You can't get them. You know, who has the tickets for the I'm talking about to the television audience? Donors, special interests, the people that are putting up the money. The RNC told us we have all donors in the audience. And the reason they're not loving me. The reason they're not excuse me. The reason they're not loving me is I don't want their money. I'm going to do the right thing for the American public. I don't want their money. I don't need their money. And I'm the only one up here that can say that eminent domain. Cain, that's when he won the primary. And I think that is tattooed into the memory of the Republican base of that. I mean, Trump would have done that last night in Milwaukee. And in some ways, Blake is not wrong on my team. It almost makes me wish he would have been there because it would have been hilarious to see him booed by an audience. Holy cow. Cain, your reaction. It was beautiful. A couple of things. One, Trump's face. A couple of the faces he made when the audience first started booing. Those ended up. I've seen those faces in memes now for the last six years. It's beautiful. And the second is that I noticed there. I think Trump is more focused when people boo him. It's sort of, because his answers there were fantastic. He dealt with the audience. He didn't seem in any way cowed by them. He didn't care about the booing. It sort of fired him up. So I think you're right. Had he been there last night. And you know, look, we don't know if Trump's, there are a number of debates. At least eight, maybe there's 10. I'm sure you know the number. So I think Trump's going to have a big opportunity to entertain all of us going forward. But going back to your original point about how it didn't represent the MAGA base. I think that's a key point. Anyone from the base who watched it, that was probably plainly obvious to them. But for the average rhino viewer or the independent, they might have been confused by the audience and by the crowd. Yeah, and that's what bothers me. So it's all part of the show. Yeah, it bothers me, too. And it's all part of the show, right? That's what Trump has to deal with. He not only has to fight Democrats, not only has to fight the regime media, but he has to fight an entire wing of the Republican Party. And, you know, I don't think there's anyone else who could do it and succeed except him.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I guess they're working on the logistics. And I mean, Cain, this is so obviously a Soviet-style humiliation tactic. Really, the mugshot. I think we should lean into the mugshot. I think he should smile. I think that he should go for it. I think that he should make it the most popular mugshot in the history of mugshots. Cain. How about the thumbs up? Yes. Maybe even the double thumbs up. I don't know if they allow you to show your hands in mugshots. I would buy that t-shirt. Are you kidding me? He has to get that up on donaldjtrump.com immediately. I would buy that shirt. Are you kidding me? Absolutely. Yeah. If he got the double thumbs up, that would be beautiful. It's all nuts, Charlie. You know, as I occasionally leave the office for five minutes and walk through the living room and the TV is on and regime media. ABC last night. Everyone is covering this breathlessly. It's an absolute show. That's what it is. Yeah, I mean, they failed on Russia, Russia, Russia for three straight years. And so now this is what they have and they're going to bleed it. But they can't help themselves. They really can't help themselves. I don't think they have any idea how it's galvanizing Trump supporters. And you and I have talked about this all the time. What's really going to happen? Our 40 percent is going to vote for Trump. Their 40 percent is going to vote for Biden or Gavin Newsom. So what happens with that 20 percent in the middle? So that's what they're trying. You know, that's yeah. And so, Kane, kind of you have a really good idea of the pulse of the base reaction from the debate. Big takeaways, big wins. You know, who do you think might have, quote unquote, won? What is the vibe from CFP Nation? Well, you know, most people said they weren't going to watch and then they ended up watching anyway. And it's been unfortunate. I'll do a little side note. You know, Fox News has a rule about using clips from that debate. They're limiting it to three minutes and they can only stay up for seven days. So CFP and our Twitter feed, we haven't been really able to clip out the debate as well. But in terms of, you know, what the groundswell, I've seen a lot this morning. There were about 700 comments last night from the debate until 4 a.m. and then another 600 this morning. And in general, people like, you know, the work that the VEC did. They think he did well. There are always, you know, in comment sections, when someone talks positively about the VEC, then you have the crowd that comes in and says, you know, he's WEF. He's George Soros, you know, because Soros' brother, Peter Soros, probably never met the VEC, paid for that, or the VEC was a Soros scholar at Yale Law School. So anyway, my point is nothing is clear cut. There are no winners. There are always critics at CFP. But I don't think anyone, you know, the only positive things I've heard about anyone are just DeSantis and the VEC. The rest have been jokes that people have been making about Christie.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Joining us now is Citizen Kane from citizenfreepress.com, my go-to website. I visit it multiple times a day. Kane, thanks for taking time today. Kane, your initial reaction the last 24 hours? Debate, arraignment, Trump, Tucker, the floor is yours, Citizen Kane. Well, Charlie, here first, let me remove my five masks. You know, I may be alone in my office, but you can never be too careful. You can never be too careful. Safety is our God. That is right. Yeah, that's the most important thing. Okay, so I've got four of them. Okay, they're all removed now. So my reaction to the last 24 hours, you know, when I signed up for this job, when I created Citizen Free Press, I had no idea what was coming. And this, you know, how do you take it all in? Right? You had Progosion dying yesterday. Covering that was kind of intense. You had Giuliani being strong and forceful as he left New York and then smiling like a Cheshire cat when he left the Fulton County courthouse yesterday, knowing that his mug shop would be released. You've got all kinds of groups, probably hundreds, perhaps thousands in Fulton County. As you and I are speaking right now, you've got Blacks for Trump. You know, I always wondered where Blacks for Trump was located. It makes sense that it's sort of an Atlanta-based group. And they're out in force, in extreme force in Fulton County this morning. You've got police 20 feet away with long guns. You have the president. Hey, let me ask you this. I've been trying to figure out. Do we know when Trump is going to fly into Fulton County? We don't. Is it slated for later? That's a mystery. It could be tomorrow, too.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"When they say they want me to cooperate against Donald Trump, I'm happy to cooperate. Not against him, cooperate. If I cooperate, all he did was legitimately contest an election that he truly believed was stolen. Now, even if he's wrong about that, as an American citizen, I always thought, you know, we have a right to free speech. We have a right to our own opinion. They don't get to determine the truth. And then we all go to jail if we vary from the truth. That's 1984. I'm afraid we're at that place now, Rudy. And that's why I told our team we have to have Rudy on the bad guys, the leftists. They hated you in New York. They hated when you were mayor. And part of this is revenge against you. It really is. This is decades old enemies. And I think you would agree with that. Oh, yeah. It's a comment. I'm not I'm not just a victim of President Trump. Some are. I'm a dual victim of their hatred of what I did. That's right. Which cleaned up the city. New York. That's right. Now we're getting somewhere. Yep. That's right. You cleaned up New York. You cleaned up the crime and they hated you for it. And you turned New York into a world class city. So, Mr. Mayor, we have your back. And it's so wrong what they are doing. I know. Tremendously appreciated the strength that gets me and Donald Trump through this support is like you and so many others. Thank you. Come back on soon and check out the Rudy Giuliani Freedom Fund. Pitching some money if you can, guys. Thank you. Listen, as students begin heading back to school, do you think they'll be learning about the founding principles that made America the freest, most prosperous nation in history? Will they learn that our unalienable rights are God given and not granted by government? Will they be given a full and honest account of our nation's history? The answer to all these questions is yes for students at Hillsdale College. And these days, in addition to teaching college students, Hillsdale has extended its teaching to K through 12 students and lifelong learners like you and me. If you're not doing so already, one of the best ways to start learning from my friends at Hillsdale is through In Primus, Hillsdale's free digest of liberty. My listeners can sign up for free at this special website, which is available for a limited time. It's at charlie4hillsdale.com. I look forward to In Primus each month and you can too. It's interesting, useful and free. The best and smartest in conservative constitutionalist thought. Find out more about Hillsdale and In Primus at charlie4hillsdale.com. They're an excellent college, America's greatest college, charlie4hillsdale.com.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So, Rudy, talk about the experience of the Fulton County Jail. You said previously that some people were yelling. Rudy, Rudy, walk us through it. Well, the jail was, first of all, you know, I'm thinking about today and the president totally unnecessary. I will say the people, the jail personnel, 100 percent professional. I've run prisons. I used to run the Federal Bureau of Prisons and I would say this was, you know, high quality professional staff, no complaints at all. However, if you go actually into the bowels of the prison, at least I did and I think Mark Meadows and the others did, you go into the prison, you walk through the prison, you walk past some of the prison cells, holding cells, and then you get into the room and prisoners are actually in the room in which you are, in which your mug, the mugshot's taken. They take a number of them, not just one, in which the fingerprints are taken. It's all of 20 minutes, so it's not an extensive period of time. But the point that I'm making is you're surrounded by prisoners. Now, that can be extremely intimidating. In my case, they were reporting for me and I think it was legitimate. I couldn't tell. They were yelling out rather familiar campaign slogans that go back to my campaigns for mayor. So I have to assume, which doesn't say much for my city, that a lot of them may have been New Yorkers. I recognize some of the slogans that go back to my campaigns, either for mayor or for other offices or my son's recent campaign for governor. And they seemed pretty much supportive. Go get them, Rudy. We had Lexco Brandon being yelled out. It was like a rally. So I'm there. So it took away some of the possible intimidation factors. But it is a very long walk. There are prisoners there. I imagine they have to have some other way of doing this for President Trump today. It would be just a travesty if they did that. I don't understand the mugshot for me. I'm pretty well known. But for him, for humiliation, that's what it is, Mr. Mayor. It's about humiliation. This is think about the bail. Well, I mean, he put up $200,000 bail. If he wants to run away, $200,000 is going to stop him. It's a ridiculously symbolic insult. Yes. I mean, $200,000 is useless bail. It's just done to make him look like a criminal, which he is not. So, Mr. Mayor, do you have the website, by the way? Were you able to dig that up for us? Rudy Giuliani, freedomfund.com. And I think your people. We have it on the bottom. Yeah. OK, got it. OK, good. So Rudy Giuliani, freedomfund.com. So, Mr. Mayor, you're going to fight. You're going to fight this? Oh, yeah. Like hell, boy. All that stuff. I'm going to test. I mean, they had articles like Mark Meadows was going to testify and I was going to I and Professor Eastman was going to testify. Professor Eastman told him yesterday, know how, no way. I don't lie. See, because when they're asking us to testify, they're not asking us to testify. They're asking us to lie.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year. Because of you, ACLJ donors, you get the best attorneys in the world. Hey, everybody found the Charlie Kirk show. Rudy Giuliani and Citizen Kane join us. Rudy Giuliani is going through a tough time right now. We have to back him. Email us your thoughts as always freedom at charliekirk.com and subscribe to our podcast and get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa.com. That is tpusa.com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd.com. We have a tendency on this show to ignore all the chatter from the Vichy French Republicans. When somebody is under attack unjustly, they always have a place on the Charlie Kirk show. We've done this over the last couple of weeks, especially, and we're going to keep on doing this. And America's mayor, a decent man, an honorable man, is under attack in a disgusting way. And I think we all have to rally behind Rudy Giuliani. Rudy Giuliani has done nothing wrong. Rudy Giuliani is under attack because he was loyal to Trump and loyal to the country. And he joins us now. Mayor Giuliani, thank you for taking the time. First, how are you doing? And your response now being booked in Fulton County, Georgia. Well, thank you very much, Charlie, for that introduction. And I respect you for doing this, not only for me, but for all of the other people that are unjustly charged who maybe don't get as much attention. I have the benefit of getting a great deal of attention for what's been done to me. I have tremendous experience in this area, and I've been through far worse than this. There are a lot of people going through it for the first time, and it's terrible. But it's almost impossible to describe if you were brought up like a normal American. I wake up mornings thinking I'm not in America. I wake up mornings thinking I'm in what used to be described as the Soviet Union or East Berlin or maybe even Nazi Germany. The idea that people can be charged based on politics, even if you just posit the following. Right now, we have under indictment based on the indictments of four different Democrat district attorneys, all very questionable different attorneys. The strongest and most powerful candidate of the opposition party for president, who was the prior president. Now, that never happened in America before because we're a democracy and a country of laws. It does happen in communist countries, fascist countries, Nazi countries and totalitarian states. If that doesn't frighten the hell out of us, nothing will. So, Rudy, walk us through, I mean, you in a different time, you were one of the top prosecutors on the planet going after actual RICO cases, actual gangsters. And for doing nothing wrong now, they are coming after you for the same sort of similar charge that you once prosecuted. They don't know RICO if it hit him across the face. No, they don't. I mean, they've made unbelievable errors. I wish that the professor who wrote this, Professor Blakey, could be here because I think he'd give him an F minus. You know, missing from the RICO case is the extortion. People say, well, is it organized crime? And actually, it's crime by a very large organization over a very long period of time that has at the core of it very serious extortion. For example, if Trump had called the AG and said, get me 11000 votes, which, by the way, the president meant out of the 200000 that you and I know was stolen. And I know that for a fact, because that AG had sitting in his desk a report that he was hiding that virtually says that. Now, nobody tells you that, but it came out eight months, eight months later with a John Solomon FOIA request. But in any event, it would have to have been magic words there, words like, if you don't do it, I'm going to break your legs. If you don't do it, I'm going to shoot your wife. Those are the cases I prosecuted, not cases where people are persuading, people are debating, people are even arguing. We're all entitled to do that because of the First Amendment. What we're not entitled to do is to threaten harm and we're actually entitled to threaten harm as long as we don't have the means to carry it out. But we didn't even get to that stage. So this is a ridiculous RICO case. It's a ridiculous case to start with. And the worst part of it is it's a frontal attack on the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. It will deter other people from contesting elections that may very well have been stolen from them. And the only way they're going to find out is to go to court and aggressively argue their position. And this is in order to ensure a single party state. That's exactly right, Mr. Mayor. So I need to ask you, do you think that part of the reason they went so wide on the RICO is to try to get you to turn against Donald Trump in a multilevel kind of gangster type indictment? Do you think that's what they're trying to do here, Mr. Mayor? Yeah, I mean, they could get me to turn on Donald Trump and Donald Trump would turn out to be innocent. I mean, people say to me, are you going to cooperate? I'm happy to cooperate. I don't know a single damn thing that suggested Donald Trump committed a crime. You want me to tell you what happened? I'd be happy to tell you what happened. And look, I've already, Charlie, gone through my house being raided, my iCloud account taken for three years and spied on. And the day they took my iCloud account was the first day that I represented Donald Trump. And the day they gave it up was the day that I stopped representing him. So they took it in order to spy on Donald Trump. And then about eight months ago, they wrote a letter to the grand jury after costing me three or four million dollars in my law practice that there's no evidence over 20 years that I committed a crime. And then this Fannie Willis comes up with this garbage in Atlanta, which is me being a lawyer as well as Professor Eastman and the others. We were acting as lawyers. I mean, you used to think you got some protection for that. But Donald Trump has no First Amendment rights. Donald Trump has no right to counsel. I mean, they raided my law office. When I was a prosecutor, which I did a lot better than they ever did, I never raided a lawyer's office. Yeah, and I had lawyers representing the mafia, terrorists, Nazis. I had a lot better reason to do it than in an election dispute. So this is an assault on our Constitution. No one is exaggerating. And the president certainly isn't. When he says to people, it is very likely this administration continues. This can happen to you. So, Rudy, you're going to have to defend yourself. And in this particular venue, how can people help you with your legal fees and the costs associated with that? I'll get for you the exact place. But we have a legal defense fund, which they can help out with. It'll allow us not only to defend ourselves, but to become more aggressive and to go after them and try to get the information that they have. Because the strange thing is, Charlie, the crimes being committed here are being committed by them. I mean, this is Chapter 7. This is Chapter 7 in a book that begins with a Russian collusion. So that book has a conclusion, right? That conclusion is Democrats lying, Trump, Giuliani, Republicans telling the truth. And then there's another book, Improper Conversation with Ukrainian President Leading to Impeachment. That has a conclusion also. Democrats lying, particularly shifty-shift, Trump, Giuliani, Republicans telling the truth. Then we got the hard drive for which, if you go back and pick out the last debate, you see Biden accusing us, the president and I, of being Russian pawned. In fact, he calls me specifically, Rudy Giuliani, a Russian pawn. Well, that ends up 16 months later with Democrats and Biden lying, Trump, Giuliani and Republicans telling the truth. Now, I go on and on. There's no reason to believe that these aren't going to end up the same way. The sides didn't change here. I mean, the lifetime criminals, the Biden crime family didn't all of a sudden change and become honest. Believe me. If you could get that link or whatever for us so that we could promote it. I'll get the link for you. OK. Yeah. I just want to reiterate here on The Charlie Kirk Show, we are proud to be a place of political asylum. If you're under attack, you're going through a crisis and you're a good person. You are welcome on this program. Most of the Vichy French media run away. Oh, we don't want Rudy. We don't want that's not what we do here. One of the reasons why the left is taking over the country is we turn our back on our own far too easily. We're here to change that. Rudy Giuliani has done great service to this country and he is welcome anytime.
A highlight from Trump Mugshot Merchandise? with Rudy Giuliani and Kane
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year. Because of you, ACLJ donors, you get the best attorneys in the world. Hey, everybody found the Charlie Kirk show. Rudy Giuliani and Citizen Kane join us. Rudy Giuliani is going through a tough time right now. We have to back him. Email us your thoughts as always freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast and get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. We have a tendency on this show to ignore all the chatter from the Vichy French Republicans. When somebody is under attack unjustly, they always have a place on the Charlie Kirk show. We've done this over the last couple of weeks, especially, and we're going to keep on doing this. And America's mayor, a decent man, an honorable man, is under attack in a disgusting way. And I think we all have to rally behind Rudy Giuliani. Rudy Giuliani has done nothing wrong. Rudy Giuliani is under attack because he was loyal to Trump and loyal to the country. And he joins us now. Mayor Giuliani, thank you for taking the time. First, how are you doing? And your response now being booked in Fulton County, Georgia. Well, thank you very much, Charlie, for that introduction. And I respect you for doing this, not only for me, but for all of the other people that are unjustly charged who maybe don't get as much attention. I have the benefit of getting a great deal of attention for what's been done to me. I have tremendous experience in this area, and I've been through far worse than this. There are a lot of people going through it for the first time, and it's terrible. But it's almost impossible to describe if you were brought up like a normal American. I wake up mornings thinking I'm not in America. I wake up mornings thinking I'm in what used to be described as the Soviet Union or East Berlin or maybe even Nazi Germany. The idea that people can be charged based on politics, even if you just posit the following. Right now, we have under indictment based on the indictments of four different Democrat district attorneys, all very questionable different attorneys. The strongest and most powerful candidate of the opposition party for president, who was the prior president. Now, that never happened in America before because we're a democracy and a country of laws. It does happen in communist countries, fascist countries, Nazi countries and totalitarian states. If that doesn't frighten the hell out of us, nothing will. So, Rudy, walk us through, I mean, you in a different time, you were one of the top prosecutors on the planet going after actual RICO cases, actual gangsters. And for doing nothing wrong now, they are coming after you for the same sort of similar charge that you once prosecuted. They don't know RICO if it hit him across the face. No, they don't. I mean, they've made unbelievable errors. I wish that the professor who wrote this, Professor Blakey, could be here because I think he'd give him an F minus. You know, missing from the RICO case is the extortion. People say, well, is it organized crime? And actually, it's crime by a very large organization over a very long period of time that has at the core of it very serious extortion. For example, if Trump had called the AG and said, get me 11000 votes, which, by the way, the president meant out of the 200000 that you and I know was stolen. And I know that for a fact, because that AG had sitting in his desk a report that he was hiding that virtually says that. Now, nobody tells you that, but it came out eight months, eight months later with a John Solomon request. FOIA But in any event, it would have to have been magic words there, words like, if you don't do it, I'm going to break your legs. If you don't do it, I'm going to shoot your wife. Those are the cases I prosecuted, not cases where people are persuading, people are debating, people are even arguing. We're all entitled to do that because of the First Amendment. What we're not entitled to do is to threaten harm and we're actually entitled to threaten harm as long as we don't have the means to carry it out. But we didn't even get to that stage. So this is a ridiculous RICO case. It's a ridiculous case to start with. And the worst part of it is it's a frontal attack on the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. It will deter other people from contesting elections that may very well have been stolen from them. And the only way they're going to find out is to go to court and aggressively argue their position. And this is in order to ensure a single party state. That's exactly right, Mr. Mayor. So I need to ask you, do you think that part of the reason they went so wide on the RICO is to try to get you to turn against Donald Trump in a multilevel kind of gangster type indictment? Do you think that's what they're trying to do here, Mr. Mayor? Yeah, I mean, they could get me to turn on Donald Trump and Donald Trump would turn out to be innocent. I mean, people say to me, are you going to cooperate? I'm happy to cooperate. I don't know a single damn thing that suggested Donald Trump committed a crime. You want me to tell you what happened? I'd be happy to tell you what happened. And look, I've already, Charlie, gone through my house being raided, my iCloud account taken for three years and spied on. And the day they took my iCloud account was the first day that I represented Donald Trump. And the day they gave it up was the day that I stopped representing him. So they took it in order to spy on Donald Trump. And then about eight months ago, they wrote a letter to the grand jury after costing me three or four million dollars in my law practice that there's no evidence over 20 years that I committed a crime. And then this Fannie Willis comes up with this garbage in Atlanta, which is me being a lawyer as well as Professor Eastman and the others. We were acting as lawyers. I mean, you used to think you got some protection for that. But Donald Trump has no First Amendment rights. Donald Trump has no right to counsel. I mean, they raided my law office. When I was a prosecutor, which I did a lot better than they ever did, I never raided a lawyer's office. Yeah, and I had lawyers representing the mafia, terrorists, Nazis. I had a lot better reason to do it than in an election dispute. So this is an assault on our Constitution. No one is exaggerating. And the president certainly isn't. When he says to people, it is very likely this administration continues. This can happen to you. So, Rudy, you're going to have to defend yourself. And in this particular venue, how can people help you with your legal fees and the costs associated with that? I'll get for you the exact place. But we have a legal defense fund, which they can help out with. It'll allow us not only to defend ourselves, but to become more aggressive and to go after them and try to get the information that they have. Because the strange thing is, Charlie, the crimes being committed here are being committed by them. I mean, this is Chapter 7. This is Chapter 7 in a book that begins with a Russian collusion. So that book has a conclusion, right? That conclusion is Democrats lying, Trump, Giuliani, Republicans telling the truth. And then there's another book, Improper Conversation with Ukrainian President Leading to Impeachment. That has a conclusion also. Democrats lying, particularly shifty -shift, Trump, Giuliani, Republicans telling the truth. Then we got the hard drive for which, if you go back and pick out the last debate, you see Biden accusing us, the president and I, of being Russian pawned. In fact, he calls me specifically, Rudy Giuliani, a Russian pawn. Well, that ends up 16 months later with Democrats and Biden lying, Trump, Giuliani and Republicans telling the truth. Now, I go on and on. There's no reason to believe that these aren't going to end up the same way. The sides didn't change here. I mean, the lifetime criminals, the Biden crime family didn't all of a sudden change and become honest. Believe me. If you could get that link or whatever for us so that we could promote it. I'll get the link for you. OK. Yeah. I just want to reiterate here on The Charlie Kirk Show, we are proud to be a place of political asylum. If you're under attack, you're going through a crisis and you're a good person. You are welcome on this program. Most of the Vichy French media run away. Oh, we don't want Rudy. We don't want that's not what we do here. One of the reasons why the left is taking over the country is we turn our back on our own far too easily. We're here to change that. Rudy Giuliani has done great service to this country and he is welcome anytime.
A highlight from Trump v. the Others
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. at preggertopia .com I'm not going to say that George Strait automatically means that I'm here, but it's a good signal. Mark Davis in for Dennis. A certain Texas twang coming from George, if not from me, but a certain Texas flavor when I am here and it is always a joy to be here. Mark Davis from 660 AM, the answer where I am the happy morning host. And boy, was I happy to be here this morning. Happy being a relative term. It was demanding for everybody because I'm here in central time talking to the West Coast crew out there in Pragerland where everybody was working really late between radio and the Salem News Channel. Just fantastic coverage last night, post debate, all kinds of opinions flying thick and fast. So I'm just really enormously pleased to be here in one of my frequent fill -ins. It's always a joy to be here for Dennis. And you can follow me on Twitter or X or Guacamole or whatever they're calling that thing these days, at Mark Davis, M -A -R -K Davis. And the best way to get ahold of us, of course, is the phone lines that are used in the show every day. 1 -8 -Praeger -776, 1 -8 -Praeger -776. Again, I'm Mark Davis here in the big bustling DFW. And wherever you are, I have some things I need to know from you. You ready? And what I'm gonna do is put some of it in question form. Most of my obvious offering is to get your thoughts and ask the blanket question. What did you think of the two big things that you could see last night? One of them was the debate on a stage in Milwaukee. And the other one was seen by perhaps 10 times more people. I mean, are we at 200 million? At some point, everyone in America, if not around the world, will have seen Trump on Tucker. And we'll talk a little bit about whether it was smart for Trump to do Tucker instead of the debate. It certainly wasn't dumb, it certainly didn't hurt him. Because after all, as we've learned by now, nothing hurts him, at least not yet. And by the way, every candidate on the stage last night, every candidate on the stage last night, dreams of having a bump, having a boost like Trump will get today from another arraignment. This time under the aggressive thumb of Fannie Willis in Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. He will turn himself in at some point and you will then almost be able to palpably sense the fundraising boost, the poll boost. Here is the truth of the Trump poll numbers. There's something we know, but there's something numerical we don't know. Again, one eight Prager 776, one eight Prager 776. Talk about Trump's decision not to be on that debate stage. And then we'll talk about everybody that was on that debate stage. Cuz it was a fascinating night for Vivek, a so -so night for DeSantis. A really good night for Tim Scott, a surprisingly, momentarily at least interesting night for Mike Pence. Nikki Haley did great, but did she get enough Mike time? Chris Christie, that New Jersey bully boy thing, that just gets really old, really fast. And Doug Burgum and Asa Hutchinson were there as well, which is about the old, I got nothing bad to say about these guys. I've got nothing bad to say about these guys. Hutchinson was an okay governor of Arkansas, really needs to be awakened on some of the gender clarity necessities. Doug Burgum seems like a wonderful guy, and what a tough nut, keyword nut. Who plays basketball the night before a debate? Who does something that has even a remote injury risk? My colleague Mike Gallagher and I were talking, and he said, if I'm on the debate stage the following day, I'm putting myself in lockdown. I'm gonna be in bed, in some type of pneumatic bubble. Nothing will get to me, but so that I don't rip open my Achilles tendon. Which he did, so he had to crutch himself onto the stage. And I don't wanna be cynical enough to say that this strikes me as debate theater and that it was faked. I don't believe that, I don't wanna be that guy, I don't wanna be that cynical, but I will be this judgmental. How dumb is it to do something the night before a debate that can hurt you? So of course, I know driving on the highway can hurt you and da, da, da, da. So I have all kinds of hot takes on how I think everybody did. I'm gonna frame it in terms of what I expected versus how they did. And then we'll talk about what I expected from Trump on Tucker. I expected it to be stratospherically good, and it was. So we have specific Trump on Tucker observations, and we have specific debate participation observations. And it all takes place against this glorious, fascinating backdrop of late August, 2024. Here we are, we are still September, October, November. So we're still four and a half months before anybody votes for anything. Change is still possible, but how plausible is it? How many times have you heard people say, yeah, in this particular year, by this point, Newt Gingrich was in the lead? Yeah, in this particular year, Rudy Giuliani was in the lead. Well, guess what was not going on when Newt, obviously, neither gentleman ever became president or ever will, it seems, for multiple reasons. There was no Trump, nobody had a 50 point lead. It was just wide open, it was five or six or eight or 10 or 14 or 17 people all running now. Trump is the alpha dog, the king of the hill. There is nothing that has dented his support yet. I will tell you the one thing, I wouldn't even say might, I'd say the only thing that can, the only thing that can, and I'll do that here in a second. In fact, probably got to get to that first. 18 Prager 776, 18 Prager 776. And again, my name, Mark Davis, follow me on Twitter, X, whatever you want to call it. I can't say X, it's Twitter to me, I don't know, I'm an old fart, what can I say? At Mark Davis, and I'll take a look at those during the break. But the best way to get ahold of us, of course, with your thoughts, 776. 18 Prager Okay, I do have a fresh column in the Fort Worth Star Telegram, I'm proud to write for the Star Telegram and the McClatchy newspaper chain and Newsweek and Town Hall, but the thing I did an immediate, I pretty well do mean immediate, turnaround reaction column for was the Star Telegram. So if you go to star -telegram .com and look at opinions, find me, Mark Davis, there is my column that talks about how Vivek and Pence and Tim Scott helped themselves. I mean, the only people who did, but they did. But the enduring question, the enduring question is, can anybody catch Trump? Is that even possible? So if we start with the premise that they say anything is possible, not anything, okay? Asa Hutchinson, Doug Burgum, or Will Hurd winning the nomination is as close to not possible as the English language permits, okay? But let's just say that in these turbulent times, where almost everything seems volatile, it was volatility that kind of lofted Trump in 2016. There were a lot of frustrations, there he was, he seemed anti -establishment, he caught the wind of that in the sales of so many Americans. The timing was just, it was perfect for Trump. Now, eight years, next month, wow, he and Melania came down the golden escalator at Trump Tower. In a way, it seems like yesterday, in a way, it seems like 100 years ago. But anyway, everybody knows him now. And the love for him and hatred of him are both baked in so solid, so two things are true at the same time. With Trump as the nominee, you're going to get two things, guaranteed two things. The love for him and the devotion to him and the desire to flip a huge middle finger to the establishment that now pursues and persecutes him, that will be on fire with energy. The other thing that's gonna be on fire with energy, every Democrat, Biden could be actually dead and on the ticket, and Democrats will crawl on broken glass and walk through fire to deliver another loss to Trump. So that will be in furious force. So which of those forces, which of those phenomena is greater? I don't know, and neither do you. Are there risks to making Trump your nominee? There sure are. But are there risks that a whole lot of people seem totally willing to take? Yes, indeedy. So what is the one thing that might erode Trump support? And I'm not saying it will, but it's the only thing that can. 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Nick's been in this industry over 42 years, and he's proud of providing transparency and fair pricing to build trusted relationships. If you're interested in buying or selling, call Nick Grovitch and his team at AmFed Coin and Bullion, 800 -221 -7694, americanfederal .com, americanfederal .com. So, whether you are watching, or listening, or both, we appreciate it. Mark Davison for Dennis here on Debate Night. I was gonna say morning after, depending on your time zone, the day after, what do we think? I'm gonna take some calls here and sort of intermingle my specific thoughts about how each candidate did. And of course, you know what the short part is, how Trump did with Tucker? Simply superb. It was just vintage Trump for 47 minutes and it was awesome. It was just a reminder of how great he is and why everybody wants him back, or nearly everybody wants him back. I will tell you, not to be a curmudgeon about this, but I still think he should have been on the debate stage. I totally understand his logic. Why should I? They're 50 points behind me. I don't need to show up for this. I totally get it. He's right about that. It did not hurt him to not be there, but it was a missed opportunity. There are millions of people for whom the last 10 times they heard Trump talk, it was all about Jack Smith, and Fannie Willis, and Alvin Bragg, and this persecution, and that lawsuit, and this vendetta, and that witch hunt, all of which is true. But it can be fatiguing to some folks who are not a junkie for this. And this would have been an opportunity for Trump with a bunch of rivals, and a bunch of pretenders to be sure, and a bunch of people at 0 .5%, and I know, I know, I know, I know, I know. But it would have been him talking about borders. It would have been him talking about crime. It would have been him talking about climate, which by the way, he did with Tucker, but he could have done that too. Not to get greedy, but why not do the debate and then sit down with Tucker tonight? Wouldn't that have worked? So yeah, but it was a statement. I understand it was a statement. It was a positioning statement that says, I don't even need to be on that stage as they all run for who's going to be the last person left when there are two candidates left standing. That is, by the way, what last night's debate was about. It's what the entire campaign is about for everybody not named Trump. At some point in the spring, there'll be two candidates left. One of them will be named Donald Trump, and the other one will not. And everybody wants to be that other person. And forever it looked obvious that it was going to be DeSantis. It doesn't look that way so much right now. Now it could really be the vague. Will that sustain? Is this kind of a flash in the summer pan? I don't know. Your thoughts are welcome. 18 Prager 776. As I get ready to go to the phones, here's the thing. Everybody, I get asked this all the time. Is there anything that could change the calculus? Anything where Trump just doesn't have that 50 point lead anymore? Because while we're talking math, here's what's undeniably true. Trump can win the nomination, can breeze to the nomination without poaching one single supporter from anybody on that stage last night. Obviously, he could do it tomorrow. DeSantis, just to pick somebody or the vague, let's go with DeSantis for the moment. He needs to poach half of the Trump poll numbers. He's got to go get half of those people. Half of the people saying we want Trump, half of the 50 some percent, if not more, who say we want Trump, who say that now in August, have to stop saying that by the time people are really voting in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina, and Nevada, etc, etc. So what is the one way that happens? And this is a half court shot, maybe a full court shot. And that is that some of the poll emotions right now, some of it, most of it is we want this guy to be president. We loved him then, we love him now, we want this guy to be president. You know, the usual earth logic that people use in expressing support for a candidate. But some of it, and it'll have to be a lot of it. And I don't know that it is. But certain x percentage of it has to be folks who may or may not require Trump to be their next president. But they are furious at what's being done to him. It is a show of support. I mean, why do you think the poll numbers will go up after he is arraigned today in Atlanta? Is it because a bunch of people will just look at issues around America and decide, oh, he is my guy? Some may, but most of the poll bursts and the fundraising bursts that happen after each continuing litany of indictments is people saying, oh, hell no. It's what I call the Jason Whitlock effect. Jason Whitlock is the wonderful broadcaster, blogger, who was on the Tucker one, I think might have been after the first indictment or the second one, I lose track. Jason Whitlock was on with Tucker when Tucker was on Fox and said, I don't even know what I think about Trump. I'm halfway with him, halfway not. I like some of what he does, some of it not. I don't know. But tonight I'm hardcore MAGA. Tucker, tonight I am hardcore MAGA, Jason Whitlock said. And it was as a statement of revulsion at what was being done to him. Now, if that's a bunch of Trump support, cuz here it is in one nutshell. By the time we get to, we go through Christmas, we go through the holidays, everybody digests their holiday meals. And then we all get rolling in January of 2024. And millions of Republicans go, whoa, okay, now it's what's always been serious. But now it's time, time with a capital T. It's not about whether we don't like Jack Smith or whether we think 2020 was rigged or whether we're just not about anything else. Other than it's about one thing, one thing, who beats Biden? Who gives us the best chance of beating Biden? And if the similar numbers of people who think so today think that that's Trump, and by the way, it may well be, then nothing will change. All these campaigns, all the DeSantis's, all the Viv Hanks, all the everybody's, I don't wanna say it'll be for naught, but it will not bear fruit. It will not bear fruit. If, however, and it's funny because right now we got the sort of the fresh angst, the renewed emotion and determination of what will happen after Trump is dragged before yet another tribunal for yet another non -crime. And we can talk about this some today if you want. There's really only one thing out of every single one of these stupid persecution prosecutions, all these indictments, all these things. Really, they only got him on one thing. There's one thing that he just really should have done differently. And that's the handling of those stupid documents. Give back the stupid documents. If you do that, then that's not even a problem. But all this election related stuff is insane. He thinks he got screwed. And guess what? So do I. Guess what? So do most of you. We don't get to believe that. And if we're him, we don't get to act on that and make phone calls and secure meeting space and tweet to somebody to watch a TV show, all of which has been criminalized by these lunatic prosecutors. But in January of 2024, it's not gonna be about that anymore. No matter how we feel about that. No matter how we feel and no matter how resentful we are of that and how much we wanna stick with him. And I mean, in that regard, if millions of people say, God bless you, sir, God bless you, we love your presidency. We want those policies back, but the damage seems to have been done.
Monitor Show 06:00 08-24-2023 06:00
"Legal analytics, business insights, and workflow tools at BloombergLaw .com. With guidance from our experts, you'll grasp the latest trends in the legal industry, helping you achieve better results. For the practice of law, the business of law, the future of law, visit BloombergLaw .com. Up next, we'll get the latest on Nvidia's blowout earnings plus analysis of the first Republican presidential debate. It's coming up in our 6 a .m. news. This hour two of Bloomberg Daybreak starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. From the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios, this is Bloomberg Daybreak for Thursday, August 24th. Coming up today, Nvidia surges after another earnings blowout fueled by artificial intelligence. Market attention now turns to Jackson Hole and a key speech from Jay Powell. The first Republican debate has the candidates targeting President Biden and each other. And the man who led a mutiny against Vladimir Putin is presumed dead. Rudy Giuliani surrenders to Georgia authorities and posts $150 ,000 bond and a hammer attack at Brooklyn leaves a mother and two children fighting for their lives. I'm John Tucker. Those stories straight ahead. And I'm Dan Schwartzman. The Yankees snapped their nine -game losing streak in a big way in the Bronx. I'll have that and more coming up in sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119 and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow and NASDAQ futures are jumping this morning at 1 .1 percent or 163 points. S &P futures up four tenths.
Rudy Giuliani: They're Lying, I'm Telling the Truth
"Some people are driven to horrendous ends, driven to drink, taken to drugs. When your on life is the line and you're relying on a Democrat DA, to be honest, you're relying on one of these hack judges. This guy looks like a he's joke. When you're relying on Democrat juries, I mean you're literally in hostile territory for an honest shake, for an honest shot at justice and your life is on the line, your liberties on the line and you're going broke. You got to make decisions about whether or not you can keep your home with your
Rudy Giuliani: Democrats Are Coming After Regular People
"Of our Republic. They're destroying rights, sacred rights. They're destroying my right to counsel, my right to be a lawyer. They're destroying his right to counsel. It's not accidental that they've indicted all his lawyers. Never heard of that before in America. All the lawyers indicted. Now whether you dislike or you like Donald Trump. Let me give you a warning. They're going to come for you when the political winds shift as they always do. Let us pray that Republicans are more more and trustworthy more American than these people in charge of this government. Because if our government is conducted this way and the system of justice is politicized for politics, your rights are in jeopardy and your children's. Donald Trump told you this. They weren't just coming for him or me. Now they've indicted people. In this case, I don't even know who they are. These are just regular people making a It's horrendous. And those are very profound words from Rudy had more to say. Cut 10 go. I don't know if I plead today, but if I do, I plead not guilty. Get photographed. Isn't that nice? A mugshot for the man who probably put the worst criminals of the 20th century You find a prosecutor who has a better record of mine in the last 100 years that you or a mayor. They're going to degrade themselves by doing a shot of me. Like people will recognize me. And of course they can fingerprint me, but I've been fingerprinted 150 times. This will turn out exactly like the FBI search turned out. They're lying. I'm telling the truth. The problem is it's the system that grinds you down and then some people can't handle it. They can't go broke. The
Monitor Show 19:00 08-23-2023 19:00
"That was indeed the CEO of the Japan exchange group, of course the head of Japan's stock exchange there as well, Hiromi Yamaji. Right just to say that the comments hoping to lift the yen off, well to one week high at least and at the moment the Japanese currency is trading against the dollar at 144 yen and 80 cent. The next hour of Bloomberg Markets Asia continues right after this. U .S. equities climb after economic data reinforces the bet that the Fed may pause its rate hiking cycle and BRICS leaders edge closer to adding new members. Russia aviation officials say Wagner Group leader Pergozian has been killed in a plane crash. GOP debate Trump -Carlson duel. Rudy Giuliani surrenders to Georgia authorities. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Is America's newest soccer star potentially heading to Chelsea? I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119 and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. We're about an hour away from the action in equity markets in Tokyo, Sydney and in Seoul. It's hour two now of the DBS.
Monitor Show 18:00 08-23-2023 18:00
"You know what comes with a stomach bug? No, I have no idea. Spit it out, Carol. You already said it on TV earlier today. I love diarrhea. Boys, that's just great. Way to go, Carol. It's off of Bloomberg. It's real stuff. It's the sickest day of the year, okay? It's a study by Flamingo. It's a firm that helps companies manage employees. Talk about dire straits. Thank you to Paul Brennan, your producer. Daybreak Nation with Doug Krisner. It starts right now. Time is economic data reinforces the bets on the Fed pausing its rate -hiking cycle. And BRICS leaders edge closer to adding new members. Russia aviation officials say Wagner Group leader Pergozian has been killed in a plane crash. GOP debate Trump -Carlson duel. Rudy Giuliani surrenders to Georgia authorities. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Is America's newest soccer star potentially heading to Chelsea? I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App.
Monitor Show 13:00 08-23-2023 13:00
"Deep distress just months after it reached a sweeping debt cutting deal with some of its creditors. So we'll stay on top of the WeWork story. The market's chugging right along here. Of course, the big event will be after the close. Nvidia reporting numbers, a big tech company, a big bellwether for the tech space and even a bellwether for some of the growthy parts of this market. S &P 500 up nine tenths of one percent. Sound on with Joe Matthew, Washington, DC. It starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Now from our nation's capital, this is Bloomberg Sound On. The president's approval ratings are very low. The majority of Americans think he shouldn't run at all. The four years Donald Trump is in the White House were totally different from four years that Biden has been there. People are going to say I was doing better than I am now. Bloomberg Sound On. Politics, policy and perspective from D .C.'s top name. So you got to work to get people back to work, but not only that, but to higher paying jobs. The Russian threat is being degraded and unfortunately is being degraded at the cost of Ukrainian lives, blood, treasure. Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew on Bloomberg Radio. It's debate day. Welcome to the fastest show in politics as Republican presidential candidates minus Donald Trump prepare for their first throwdown. Rudy Giuliani and other defendants surrendering today in Atlanta, all while the administration prepares big funding requests for Hawaii and Ukraine and threats of a government shutdown get louder. We're joined today by Congressman Seth Moulton, the Democrat from Massachusetts and combat veteran, serves on the Armed Services Committee and will join us straight ahead with analysis today from our panel Bloomberg politics contributor.
A highlight from The Hair in Georgia's Biscuit with Colton Moore and Sen. Ron Johnson
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year. Because of you, ACLJ donors, you get the best attorneys in the world. Hey everybody, Senator Ron Johnson joins the program and then some breaking news out of Georgia, Colton Moore is ready to proceed with impeachment of Big Fannie Willis. Email us freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. And as always, you can email us freedom at charliekirk .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at sierra pacific mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Joining us now exclusively, Senator Colton Moore, a great American. There is fight left in the state of Georgia. And there is an official petition to investigate Fannie Willis, as well as now his letter to Governor Brian Kemp. I'm going to read this. Colton Moore, welcome to the program. Dear Governor Kemp, we, the undersigned, being the duly elected members of the Georgia House of Representatives and Georgia Senate, and compromising three -fifths of each respective house pursuant to article four section two paragraph 7b, making sure my Roman numerals are right, hereby certify to you in writing with a copy of the Secretary of State that in our opinion emergency exists in the affairs of the state, requiring a special session to be convened under that section for all purposes to include that limitation, the review and response of the actions of Fannie Willis. Sincerely, Colton Moore. Colton, welcome to the program. Tell us about it. Charlie, thank you for having me. I mean, we're in a dire situation. After these indictments came out, I woke up, ate my biscuit, and I was like, is there a hair in my biscuit? I mean, this is disgusting. We have a district attorney using taxpayer money, using her government authority to persecute her political opponent to the tune of the death penalty. I will not be a sitting senator in this state and potentially have the former president be executed in the state of Georgia. Yeah, so let's just kind of walk through this. You are now leading a legislative campaign of oversight. What does that look like constitutionally in the state of Georgia? Tell us about it. So I have a job to do as a Senator, Charlie, and part of that job in the legislature is providing oversight. The Constitution gives us some tools to do that. First of which is the power of the purse, right? We control the money. And my constituents, Georgians outside of the city of Atlanta, don't feel that their tax dollars ought to be used for this type of purpose. You know, we've also got the power to investigate any judicial or executive official, and we ought to be doing an investigation on Fannie Willard. And if that investigation turns out that she's corrupt, like many of us suspect, it's time for impeachment. And so what is impeached? So in the Georgia Constitution, the House or the Senate can impeach a prosecutor. Is that correct? That's correct. Yeah, it's one of those checks and balances that we're blessed with here in the presidential system of American government. So let me ask you, read the room for us amongst your colleagues. You're leading this. It's now going totally viral as finally, praise God, good on you. Let's use some of this constitutional power to slow this down, investigate her. Was she given an external power? Why is she and why is she indicting the entire Republican Party, such as Trump? It's John Eastman, Rudy Giuliani, Jen Ellis. It's totally out of control. It's a fellow senator. It's a colleague of mine in the Senate. Is it also included on that indict? So what is what is the temperature check of the Georgia Senate? Is this going to be met? Yeah, please. Yeah, I mean, Republicans in the state of Georgia are asleep at the wheel, OK? Everything is talk, talk, talk. I talked to my other fellow senators and everything's well, you know, we're kind of wait this out, talk about it, you know, post the tweet, you know, let's make a Facebook post. I have a job to do. It's time to take action. And Charlie, let me tell you, right after this and that, I was having dinner with my mother and I told her, I said, no more talk like I have a job to do. Time to take action. And she was worried. He's like, I don't know, you know, they've got these guys charged with crimes that could potentially result in lethal injection. I don't know if I want you meddling in that. And I was like, mom, that's the time to take action, because as a red blooded American, you should never fear a Gestapo political tactic from a power like a D .A.. So I don't want to get you in trouble here, but just I want to I want to drill this down. Your other do you think your colleagues are going to support this? Oh, I think when their constituents start calling them up, they're going to be supporting them. Boom. Right. Because it's time to take action. Well, according according to Fannie Willis, it's a conspiracy to ask your lawmakers to do something. But whatever. Let's let's let's just be clear. So for the patriots of Georgia, they need to call their state rep on their state senator. And what is the ask? What is the order? To help us with this process to begin defunding the district attorney and investigating through the means of a special session. That's our job as a legislature to put a check and balance on this judicial branch, to put a check and balance on the judicial branch. And and praise God, you have the courage. Were you cautioned not to get into this by certain, let's just say older Republicans? Were you told, don't send this letter? You know, the caution comes in many forms. They're all cautious. And that's the scary part. That's what makes me so afraid. I mean, I'm 29 years old, Carly. I do not want to live the next 30 years of my life worried about a regime. I mean, this is some Putin fascist nonsense. So the letter is composed to the governor. Does he have to be the one to actually call the special session? No, no. So part of that check and balance process, the governor himself could call a special session and we could start right now. We could start tomorrow. But the governor has already made his statement. You know, he's looking back at this like this is a 2020 issue. Well, it took 19 days to count the votes. And these individuals have a legitimate concern about the election. Right. They were they were using their First Amendment to express concern about the election. And then now they're being charged with it. They're being taken political prisoner. And so so then you guys can call the session with three. That's right. Without the governor. Right. Without the governor. Does he preside over it or is he called into it or? No, no. The legislature would be operating independently and it gives us full subpoena power. So what are the what are the numbers, the House and the Senate, as far as the Republican majorities? So if every Republican in the Senate signed on, we would have we would have what was necessary. It's going to take every GOP Republican to stand up and abide by the principles of freedom, regardless of whether you like Donald Trump or not, regardless if you have a beef with some of these other folks who are indicted. These folks were using their freedom of expression and they had a concern. So the problem we're going to have over in the House is we're going to have to pick up a few Democrats. The margins are a little tighter there. But here's the other thing about this district attorney. The ACLU reports that half of the inmates in her jail have yet to be charged with a crime. And in meanwhile, we've got Young Thug, Young Slime, who's got RICO charges similar to what these political prisoners are about to have, and they haven't even picked a jury in over a year now. So so now we have evidence it's Young Thug. I thought is this some sort of a rapper or something? I believe so. Yeah, I'm not I'm not a big rap music fan, but his name is Young Thug. And I think the crime syndicate called Young Slime. Got it. So, yeah, so they they're standing for RICO charges and she's going easy on him. Meanwhile, so I mean, and by the way, Fulton County, it's like a third world country. When I go there, crime is up. It's terrible. And yet she's going she's trying an interstate RICO case. I this and claims that she can get it done in like six months. Right. And 18 people. And yet it's ridiculous. And yet Republicans are asleep at the wheel and say, I don't know, just let's let it play out. You know, so we have to wake up the Republican Party. I'm sure you have some colleagues that are going to stand with you, but we have to each Republican Georgia senator one by one. We need every county in Georgia. We need mass mobilization. This is the call to action. I just want you to riff on this. I'll be honest. I love the people of the state of Georgia. I love Georgia. But you guys have really disappointed in some ways in the last couple of years. It's a strange Republican apparatus. This is a chance for Georgia redemption. Yeah, no doubt.
A highlight from The Indictment Game: Trump, Election Interference, and Deep State Corruption with Julie Kelly
"I just still, to this day, cannot believe what I see happening in our nation's capital. Not just by the Department of Justice, the top officials, with the line prosecutors, how they conduct themselves in these courtrooms, the filings that they put together, the accusations that they make, the gratification that they get in inflicting pain on individuals who have no criminal record, who have no resources, who, after being charged with even misdemeanors for January 6th, have their complete lives destroyed. And then they want to come in and pour salt into the wound of these people, and they are gratified by it. Ladies and gentlemen, distinguished guests, and my fellow citizens, America's comeback starts right now. Welcome back to Financial Guys podcast, you're on the Financial Guys media network. Mike Sbarrozza in studio today. I'm very honored to have Julie Kelly with us. She's been on every single conservative TV station you could name. She does a lot of good journalism, which we don't have very much anymore, Julie. We'll get into that in a little bit, but investigative journalist Julie Kelly joining us. Thank you for joining us. Mike, thank you so much for having me on. Really appreciate it. Look forward to our discussion here. We're going to get to one of the biggest things that I've seen you talk about, which is January 6th in a little bit. But I do want to start with the big news of the week. This is not what I intended on talking about until it happened two days ago. But Donald Trump indicted for a fourth time, Julie. It doesn't even feel like, I hate to say it like this, but it's like another day, right? I mean, it doesn't even feel like big breaking news anymore. It just feels like another day here in the United States of America, right? It's just becoming a spectacle. And I think actually the Fannie Willis indictment and her statement, you know, close to midnight on Monday discussing this indictment is starting to show people just what a farce all of these indictments are. I mean, you've got Fannie Willis now charging the former president with racketeering. And these are state racketeering charges. Georgia has a much broader version of the federal statute. And then, you know, ensnaring 18 of his associates, including some of his closest advisers like Rudy Giuliani, former chief of staff Mark Meadows. You know, these are all like the top villains of the media and the Democratic Party. So this lengthy indictment, 161, what she calls overt acts to prove this racketeering conspiracy. And so many of them are just ridiculous, absurd on their face. But it doesn't matter because this is happening in a county, you know, 75 percent Democrats. And it's just one more unfortunate political legal battle that the president has to confront now.
A highlight from All GOP Presidential Candidates Should Suspend Their Campaigns And Support Trump
"Turbulent times call for clear -headed insight that's hard to come by these days, especially on TV. That's where we come in. Salem News Channel has the greatest collection of conservative minds all in one place. People you know and trust, like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and more. Unfiltered, unapologetic truth. Find what you're searching for at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is The Mike Gallagher Show. Even when everything you say makes sense except it's all bullshit. It's all non -stop. We know this is designed to banish and isolate and to destroy a political outsider. That's the funny thing about this Democrat party. It does hate America. It's hated America since its founding. Voters decide who our presidents are. Not district attorneys, not big donors, not anchors, not pundits, not lawyers. Voters decide. Now from the relieffactor .com studios, here's Mike Gallagher. The voters get to decide. And the voters are going to decide. I'm convinced of that. If not, my country is gone. Welcome aboard. It's Wednesday. I was reading this morning about the Fulton County Sheriff's Department and how the sheriff says, oh, they're all going to get booked and processed. Trump and the 18 other indicted co -conspiracers. There's going to be this three -ring circus next week, a week from Friday, where President Trump and Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell and all the rest of them are going to get booked and processed like common criminals at the Fulton County Jail. There's one goal there. You know what it is. It's to embarrass. It's to intimidate. It is to attack a guy that more than half the country loves. And every attempt to embarrass him is going to result in his popularity increasing. Every effort to embarrass him is going to result in greater popularity for President Trump. I had a No Interruptions podcast that dropped this morning. Wherever you get your podcasts, I hope you subscribe to The Mike Gallagher Show No Interruptions podcast. It's really special because we present two points of view without any interrupting. You know, there's a lot of interrupting with Mark Davis this morning. You'll hear it today, the Eminem experience. Mark and I disagreed mightily about my belief that if Ron DeSantis and all the other Republican candidates would simply throw their support behind Trump right now, drastic times call for drastic measures. Jack Smith and Fannie Willis and all the rest of them, Biden's Justice Department, Merrick Garland, they want to destroy your ability to elect the next president of the United States. They're what an amazing, inspirational move it would be if Governor DeSantis said, you know what, I'll try again in twenty twenty eight. But right now I'm all in for Trump. I can't believe they've weaponized the Justice Department this way. It cannot stand. It will not stand. I'm in for Trump. And first of all, DeSantis becomes the single most popular politician in the history of America. His twenty twenty eight landslide would be guaranteed. Second of all, Trump's election in twenty twenty four would almost certainly be guaranteed. These Republicans could unify and have the opportunity to turn this whole thing around just like that. Now, it's not going to happen. I'm sure I'm delusional, perhaps. But man, oh, man, what a game changer that would be. And Mark Davis, boy, he went off on me. He just thinks I'm crazy, delusional. I don't want to let voters vote. I'm Hugo Chavez. I'm Venezuela. He kept arguing with me today that I'm trying to take away the right to vote. I said, Mark, that's precisely what Biden's Justice Department is trying to do. Don't you get it? And for Mark and people who feel the way Mark feels, it's just business as usual. Let's let it all play out. Let's have the primaries. Let's have the debates. Oh, next week. OK, let's get our popcorn out. 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"Welcome to The Eric Metaxas Show. It's the show featuring Go -Go the Chimp. Nothing like a chimp to liven up the radio show. Easy there. Go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go. Hey there, folks. Welcome to the show. I planned to have as my guest today our friend Dick Morris, but I did not plan to have Dick Morris here following what happened yesterday. I'm very glad that after this fourth indictment of President Trump, I have someone that I trust to ask about it. Dick Morris, welcome. Help us make sense of what in the world is happening in the United States of America at this time. Well, we're really in danger of becoming a judocracy as opposed to a democracy, government run by judges. I would say the justice system, but it's not. It's individual judges working for the administration. Biden has decided he can't defeat Trump in the election, so he's going to defeat him in the courts. But first of all, do you even think that Biden is running? My theory would be that we have people behind the scenes in the Democratic Party who Trump know that is their worst nightmare, and they will do and are doing anything to stop him from running. Make no mistake. This is run by Joe Biden. He's not addled. I am surprised, honestly, to hear you say that. I would think that behind the scenes it's Obama, it's anybody but Biden. We need to change our image of Biden. He's mean, he's nasty, he's surly, and he's dictatorial. He knows and he desperately needs this job, not for the prestige but for the money. Biden's net worth when he entered the presidency, the year after he left the vice presidency, his net worth was $27 ,000. He never made any money. He served for 36 years in the Senate, was the poorest senator. Then when he became vice president, he made a little more. And then in 2017, when he left the vice presidency, he made a total killing. He made $15 million in one year. And God knows how much more that he didn't declare. And most of it was bribery. And he needs to continue that. He needs two things. He needs a continuous flow of bribes. And he also needs to do what the Chinese want, so they will cover it up for him and not turn him in. And I think that that's what you're looking at here. It's no surprise really. The issue is what will happen. I think the other point that's worth making here is that this indictment breaks entirely new grounds because what happened was that in 2018, Stacey Abrams ran for governor, Democrat. And she came very close to winning against Kemp. But there were a lot of votes that she claims were suppressed, blacks who couldn't vote. So she sued. And the litigation went on for two years. And finally, the state settled. And they came up with a consent decree. And the key thing in the consent decree was that they would not scrutinize signatures very thoroughly of people who were absentee or voting by mail. The statute required for two verifications. And they cut it back to one. And they sharply limited the grounds for where signature could be tossed out. And under those new rules, they conducted the election of 2020. And when Trump lost the state, he realized there was a fraud involved. And he sent investigators down to check it out, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and a bunch of others. And now they are all being indicted because they dared to question the results and to audit the results, really.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Get world in national news. Nancy lynch answered out. Thanks, Paul, the suspected July 4th parade shooter in Illinois apparently used a legally purchased rifle and dressed as a woman to escape police. Today, investigators offered those new details about the incident that has now claimed 7 lives with officials saying yet another victim has died from their injuries. Like county deputy chief Chris covelli. He brought a high powered rifle to this parade. He accessed the roof of a business via a fire escape ladder and began opening fire. Deputy chief cavelli says the suspect was eventually apprehended in his mother's car. A Georgia grand jury is subpoenaing subpoenaing Rudy Giuliani to investigate potential criminal interference in the 2020 election. The Atlanta journal constitution reports Fulton county is also summoning other members of former president Trump's legal team along with South Carolina senator. Lindsey Graham. Two of the most senior members of Boris Johnson's cabinet have quit in quick succession, a dramatic move that puts the UK prime minister indeed peril after a series of scandals. Bloomberg's ros mathison says the Chancellor of the exchequer and the health sector secretary of both left. You've got two of the biggest names in the cabinet stepping down in quick succession citing his leadership citing his handling of the economy amongst multiple other criticisms. The question is, does this set off a domino effect? And now what we're seeing is a bunch of other ministers coming out and saying they intend to stay on and support the prime minister. Bloomberg's ros mathison in London, Johnson survived a confidence, vote last month, and that's left him safe from a leadership challenge for another 12 months. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"When the New York City Police Department goes to make an arrest. It's usually based on a complaint, if not a formal 11 over the Went over the telephone. You know, 911, right? There's a guy beating the hell out of an old lady right here in front of what? And here's what The guy looks like that determines the race of the guy We end up with Not The cops come in in the morning and say. We're gonna go after black people today. That's it. We're gonna get all the white people go free. Asians. We're going to go 50 50 on. We'll see. Or, you know, maybe we got to even things up today. We'll do a couple of white people today. Now Here's the way it works. A white person calls and says there's a big, tall, blond headed white guy. He's got it done. He's holding the gun in the store and somebody better get here before somebody dies. Or there's a big, tall black guy here and That's how it happens. Not in the way in which the Communists would like you to think. We'll get into that with our audience. When we come back. We'll have the tunnel to Towers Foundation hotline going at 1 804 8922, and you're going to give $11 a month to tunnel to towers. You're going to donate a teacher to t dot org. I'm Rudy Giuliani and with common sense will uncover the truth and get to a solution on 77 w. ABC Delta Rescues organization. Is near and dear to my heart. More than two million animals are killed in pounds every year, but there are no numbers on those that are abandoned in parts and the wilderness. Delta rescues found that Leo Grillo Is doing great work with his no kill Careful Life sanctuary. He's got 1500 dogs, cats and horses. He doesn't kill him. He takes care of them for life and let them have their babies and families. There's a animal hospital right there to take care of them. Delta Rescue relies on you. And me, people.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Situation was going on. So what the press has has painted as like an irresponsible legal position was just the opposite. From the beginning that law That the and the procedure they have when, uh when they're counting the vote And the way in which they give power. They take power away from both the state legislatures, and they take power away from the House of Representatives and give it gives it to the Senate. Has been a very, very questionable constitutionality. The very last law review article written on it in 2017 comes to the conclusion that it's unconstitutional. So there's a legitimate basis for going either way on that. And, um And I do think that, uh, Mike staff Tried to shield them off from that, so we wouldn't be hurt in the future by by it. Um, On the other hand. Someone pointed out. You know he was Vice president for for four years. And, um, we're entitled to disagree. Giant. I mean, John, what am I saying? John for Ronald Reagan taught me, mate. 80% friend is not my 20% enemy. There is nobody. I agree with 100% of the time, not even myself. So don't what That means. I changed my mind. Everyone, but I failed myself when I'm changing my mind. So don't ever expect perfect. Perfect. Senator. I mean, they're going to be differences on issues that are as complex as legal issues. What I resent completely is how the left wing press has made that position sound like It's totally irresponsible. And it is, in fact, the more responsible position of academics until the academics started to hate Trump right, which is a terrible thing. Cause it's ruined intellectual honesty in our country, which doesn't exist anymore. It does not exist anymore and my profession it's a dam disaster. I'm some of the legal profession which depends on intellectual honesty for for for for for justice. You know, I mean, it really does, And boy we are going. I don't know where. Well I'm Rudy Giuliani, and with common sense..
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"A for for many decades he he came to office At a very low point in new york city history the The the the murder rate and the crime rate was really out of control and there was a sense of Disarray on the streets. And you know giuliani who as i said he's things simplistically in in a very black and white way he Used a very heavy hand to combat the crime problem to sweep the streets and the it came at the expense of a lot of underprivileged people and at the expense of the black community where you know the crime rate was the highest and so was the police presence but the city experience plunging in crime the city became far more livable livable and as a result poor neighborhoods Flower in and took on economic vitality. And you again. The impact was global. I mean i remember in london. The left wing mayor of london time. Ken livingston greeting he's opposite number. Mayor guiliani and saying london has a huge amount to learn from you about politics. The phrase of the time. I mean it was a model that was followed around the world. Then nine eleven. So he's stock could not have been higher. I remember in two thousand. There was the prospect that we were going to see us race for the new york senate which was going to pit. Hillary clinton then outgoing first lady against rudy giuliani. That didn't happen. Tell us why that didn't happen. And why it explains. Why giuliani went a bit quiet for a few years. A few things happen on the first was the The exposure of his extramarital affair and then the kind of destruction of his marriage and a very public way and then he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. So that was kind of layered on on top of that. And the you know the combination of health problem and his Out of control you know public slash. Private problems led him to pull out of the race but in the years followed. We didn't see much again. Certainly in britain around the world that don't think he had the reputation again. He ran in two thousand and eight for the presidency. That didn't really go anywhere. I think that was seen as a bit of a mess. It was a disaster. He's i mean rudy. Giuliani had wanted to be president since he was a teenager is hold. Trajectory was focused on an eventual run for president and it was a bust. I mean he. He left the race without a single delegate and i think that was kind of a turning point in his life i will tell us why was a bust and then white was a turning point. Well you know middle. America was not as forgiving of giuliani's personal life. That's number one number two is he was just not as conservative as a republican party and so he favored abortion rights. He favored favored gay rights. And that is not where you know. The country's republican party was at that point so he entered with several strikes against him he turned out to be kind of Tone-deaf about the needs of the interest of The public i mean all he had was the nine eleven card that he played over and over When the public cared more about the economy and other things and then strategically. He made some very very bad choices. He kind of Decided to skip all the small states and By the time he entered the competitive primaries down the road John mccain was already solidified as a as the front runner and giuliani was an afterthought and you say it was a turning point in his career. I i mentioned tonight with a why you say that with the part of it was kind of ideological because he was seen as on the left of the republican party. Then been terms of as you've said abortion rights gay rights gun control even and then he pops up you know the trump period working for and at the side of yes a complicated figure but also one of the most right wing. Republicans is ever been. I know he. Trump's politics are complicated. We've got into that often on this pocus but just tell us why you think it was a turning point for four giuliani and in what direction he could have remained above. Partisan politics could have remained the statesman and instead he kinda through his lot in especially after the presidential race with With george w bush and dick cheney and the invasion of iraq and he just found a lot of kind of comfort Very strident partisan politics which his popularity and kind of the nine eleven halo fade a lot of money. I mean he may tens of millions of dollars kind of Using his nine eleven fame to get contracts with foreign countries and corporations not all of them so kinda virtuous and he was out of the political spotlight and that went on for many many years making a lot of money but fading in relevance politically speaking until donald trump came around and when donald trump ran for president he was he was outsider to politics. Most people in the republican party had chosen sides with the other candidates and giuliani tied his fortunes to trump and went trump. Got into trouble during the campaign for extramarital activities. Giuliani was one of the few people would go on television and defend him and trump became kind of his meal. Ticket and giuliani adjusted his politics. Accordingly we demand like donald trump. Who's got a positive view. Let's fix get things on the right track. Let's get judy good jobs for everybody. And i think that message of inclusion is gonna be a very helpful antidote to the way we've been divided over the last eight years and so that's you'll use the phrase meal ticket. I mean the skeptical view was he doesn't like trump. he doesn't respect trump. He's doing this just to still get books on cnn and on fox just to still be on tv and to still be relevant. Was that too harsh. Well i you know. I think that probably that. That was the case. When i started out with trump. I think there was just a very kind of opportunistic. Thinking there But you know once he was in for a dime he was in for a dollar and he became a real true believer when someone wants something. They can talk themselves into anything. And i think that's what we saw. Giuliani at this. Point is a true believer in trump. The all think about it is. It didn't really get what he wanted. He wanted to be president. We know that he surely would have wanted a big job. Secretary of state or even attorney general. He didn't get that he just was kind of donald. Trump's fixer it. Well he could have been the attorney general. Any trump was offering him. Many many jobs giuliani held out for secretary of state and they even considered him for that job. But his tangle of foreign Private dealings financial entanglements scared them off. They didn't think that he could win. Congressional approval and then he ended up kind of nowhere until trump got into trouble with ukraine and then called. Giuliani is kind of his His picture and we'll talk about that is he was such a successful prosecutor for so long. Surely he knew that in talking openly. About what you've been doing in ukraine that he was gonna get find himself facing some big questions from just the kind of people who used to work for him rudy giuliani.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"Out of his supporters that were otherwise of corrupt officials in the ukrainian government or perhaps His his The the people that were pulling the prosecutor strings were really in the russian government so But he would have had actually have a client who was an agent of the foreign government to be guilty of failing to register as a foreign agent and so if his client donald trump in everything he did was on behalf of donald trump. Than than than i think he he could he could offer to make a deal to testify about all that and i think could get himself out of trouble that way and you may remember you know even back during the When the impeachment the first impeachment was happening and this is being discussed a lot You know giuliani made a few cryptic comments. You know when people are saying all this on behalf of the president aren't euphrates going to turn against you like he did against michael cohen or something. Like that and giuliani would say no. No i have an insurance policy. So i'm kinda wondering if that's what this is now. I don't know if that gets all way out of the woods. Because maybe he's being looked into for other things other than violations of the foreign agent registration act and we don't know for sure precisely all of the scope of scoop of investigation. it does seem to me that Passing along disinformation that he knew in fact knew was coming from russian intelligence. And there's no doubt he knew it because he'd been briefed on that by the fbi not passing along nonetheless And trying to use it to influence policy here could be seen as violation of the espionage. Act which is actually a lot. More serious than a violation of the foreign agents registration. Act but i don't think the warrant mentioned the espionage act and he hasn't been charged with anything so we don't really know what you know what they might charge him with. But but i think he will have some opportunities to make some deals and save his own skin depending on how much he's willing to incriminate. Donald trump thing. Well can you know. Sometimes i one of the fun things about doing. The show is when each give a perspective and today it was definitely you here at the end here. I think i had not thought about this. You have this whole new. I love that. I absolutely love that. So i appreciate that kind of insight. For what could be going on with giuliani. And it's been fun doing the three hundred show with you. Three hundred best. Yeah exactly and it's the best in part because we're offering the opportunity to get you to go like fifteen steps out of your comfort zone. So i want to thank everybody. If you've been listening to the show you're listening to the politics guys. We all love doing it and we bought it. There's a lot of a no cost ways of helping us. And that includes sharing the podcast subscribing the podcast but right now in honor of the three hundredth episode. What we a note to..
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"Getting and the optic side of this obviously equally important so so talk to us a little bit about this emerging idea. That biden's going to be bipartisan. But he's also going to push for this clearly along. It's going to have to go through reconciliation. If this is gonna happen yet definitely yes. So that was. You even talked about this last time. We're on as well. But the idea that i keep seeing Reinforced by everything. I observed biden. Doing is that. He's using a definition of bipartisanship that i'm very glad he's using but i think it's not the conventional one because i think he's leaving Congressional republicans entirely out of his equation when he talks about bipartisanship and when he acts in ways that i believe in fact our bipartisan. and it seems paradoxical. how could you be bipartisan. When no republicans in congress are bored with what you're doing but i think the answer is He's he's only really pushing ideas that have a broad. Bipartisan support in the general population now. That doesn't necessarily mean it's so broad that most republicans support. But i think if you look at the polling on infrastructure plan and even on the families plan you see substantially all democrats support these plants by far most independent support these plans and even among republicans. You get up to twenty or twenty-five percent support you know with seventy or seventy five percent opposition. But then you're adding up to like plans that seventy percent are upwards of seventy percent of the public supports and including a significant number of republicans. So i believe that that does make this legislation. Bipartisan legislation in the sense that In the electric people of both parties supported in substantial numbers. And then i think the other component of biden's of bipartisanship is that he's relentlessly gracious to the congressional republicans in his rhetorical style and not critical of them at all in very always taking the rhetorical stance that he's absolutely opened input. And in fact. I think he showed the water. This week I think he could've jam them a little bit harder than he did on that he let the republicans vote in a bipartisan. Way to vote to fund water systems to get led out of the water. Which actually is one of the components of the infrastructure plan so in the two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan Sixty six billion of that is for water systems and that was already route from the infrastructure plan and voted separately on a bipartisan basis..
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Um, through the prism off Who's saying it? I mean, Rudy Giuliani was on television for two months, Uh and and I and he was on Fox a lot. But I never saw any compelling or convincing information from Rudy Giuliani and I was frankly disappointed in the quality of the evidence that he seemed to offer. I mean, he's an experienced guy. I just didn't see it. Now, If you want to send me some material that would would change my mind. That's fine. But I dismissed a lot of the stuff that is on the extremes of both. Okay. I mean, I dismissed the Alex Jones stuff. Don't even look at it, okay, because he's been so we know who Alex Jones is. Well, he's he's the guy that said that Newtown, Connecticut, the massacre of 20 kids and six teachers didn't happen. That's terrible. Yeah, it was I that doesn't even I don't like that doesn't even right. But there are people out there who want to believe you will believe Alex Jones, all of you saying I mean the material. Yeah, He was the president's lawyer here. You know there. I know that I know, and he's seen the hard drive. Well, that's fine. Then then, then here's what? Send me the material and I look at it. Okay. And if Rudy Judi Giuliani has seen the material and wants to present the material look, do I think that there may be stuff in the hard drive? I don't know the FBI's been holding it for a year. Have enough confidence in the FBI. Even though I have been critical of the FBI that they will do the right thing and I again that's the problem right there then. But then you know that's that's the difference when experiences Well, that did. The DOJ has a 97 98% conviction rate, and they openly admit 10% of that prisoners are innocents. I've never seen you expect that to do the right thing. Nate, let me tell you something. Maybe 8% let me tell you. You're in my ballpark now. Okay? You're in my ballpark. What I will tell you is this if you get indicted, and you're going to federal court, the chances of you of beating that indictment like maybe a half of 1% Okay, because because they have inordinate ability. Theo get access. They are much more effective than local prosecutors. But you're talking to a guy. Who for 15 years spent a good portion of his television career going after the FBI. You probably don't know what I did if you if you don't know me, Well, Google, Google, Me and Google Media Google the surviving Lemoni case. I spent 15 years Working with a lawyer as a reporter on the story developing new evidence that proved the FBI had imprisoned four men here in the Boston area in 1968 for murder that the men had nothing to do with. They served. A total of 109 years in prison, too, died in prison. Two were released as result of Victor Garrow, the lawyer for Joel, so body and the work that I did as a reporter for WBC. I'm not trying to brag. I'm just trying to tell you the truth. No, no, I qualifying. I respect that. I really do. It took us four years to get Joseph body who was all these men were innocent of the murder. Okay. Um, Three of them had involvement with organized crime, and the FBI's attitude was if they didn't do that. Get something else, So we'll put him away. John Durham came in as a special prosecutor here in New England in and held had a grand jury, which indicted an FBI agent FBI agents that I would have to eventually have died awaiting trial for a murder in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Not gonna bore you with all the details, but if you look me up If you look me up, you'll understand that that I have been extraordinarily critical of the FBI. Okay, so send me the materials, and I will look at it, mate. But Um, I I still don't understand how you can say that you expect them to do the right thing That just doesn't That just shocks me. You send me the materials leave a phone number. I will have a conversation with you. But I gotta go because we're gone with concrete. Very good. Very good Rock. Don't hang up. Robert, give you my email got to take a very quick break to those callers on the line. I apologize, but I want to stay focused on what we're doing tonight, and I'm not going to allow my show to be used. For people to put out information, which I have not seen. A carob corroboration from so simple is that we'll be back tonight. Side right after this side.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on 600 WREC
"On our podcast. Just search for Alabama's Morning news on the I Heart radio and talk a bit more about what happened yesterday. Kind of lay out the timeline of events. Michael Bauer correspondent joins us now, Michael. Good morning. Good morning to you, JT. Shocking, right? I mean, look early on before we had the events go down before we even got to the point where the 1 P.m. gaveling in was taking place to get the electoral votes counted. We have things like John also releasing a video saying how he was accepting the latest position as a senator from the Democratic State of Georgia, least according the way he put it. And that was later officially identified by a media outlets in the afternoon. After you saw a picture of a dude dangling from like the balcony of the capital, and then they were like, Oh, yeah, by the way, John also, if one now back to the dude dangling from the capital that was kind of the way things went yesterday, the chaos that surrounded Washington, D. C took all the stories first, and it began with the rally. The President Trump and Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump Jr and the family kind of spoke at a rally that got people fired. Up enough to the point where they began the process. As president, Trump said, Let's we're gonna all walk down Pennsylvania Avenue. We're gonna march down Pennsylvania Avenue and tell these lawmakers what what we're concerned about here, and people did that. And then things started getting out of control. The Capitol police overwhelmed I'm not able to keep back from their barriers that they had set up a different locations of these. These protesters, and it got crazy to see Windows smashed in people climbing in that way to see Guns drawn by what appeared to be secret Service and police inside the Capitol building to know that everybody was getting hunkered down in privatizing location, some of them escorted out of the building. It was all a little shocking to see something I didn't know that I would ever see in my lifetime and something that was a little frightening to see. Play out in front of my eyes. Well, I think what happened here yesterday and we saw it happen throughout our country this past year with the violence and all of these cities when it comes, you know, toe BLM and antifa. You know people wanting to protest peacefully, including black lives matter. The protesters, not the organization that's fed with antifa insurgents to bring violence in those cities. Two totally separate issues, and I give Everybody the right to protest as everybody does have that right to protest in this country on things that they don't believe are just so with that said Let's not forget that yesterday was another example of insurgents from the violent people to make things look differently than they really were. This was initiated to be a protest of peace in support of our president because of the thought that the election was stolen. When it got violent. Those were people that I don't believe where the true trump supporters that went there peacefully with, you know, just keeping it calm in mind. These people were antagonists and the story on this, I believe Yeah, they went in there with a different intense. They were in there for the I would venture to say and doubt very highly. The people that were there for the sole purpose of supporting the president ended up being the ones that were crawling through the windows, broken windows and stealing the signs of Nancy Pelosi in and desecrating the halls of our lawmakers. I don't think that they're the same people. I think there was an element there that came for that sole purpose. They got fired up, did what they did, and we're very proud of it. I mean, people kicking back and chairs and And scared. I mean, literally threatening the lives of people putting bombs in places that there shouldn't be. I mean, this became something that it shouldn't have become. Well, the president encourage people to protest what they believed in their hearts. The president not encourage people to break Windows and storm the capital building. In fact, we did see Democrats last year encouraging people, Kamila Harris quoted as saying. Protest should not let up. Remember that last year? Let's not forget about what Nancy Pelosi had to say. I just don't know why there aren't uprisings all over the country. Maybe there will be caught. I mean, and then you've got Maxine Waters. You remember that crazy lady screaming. If you see anybody from the Cabinet of President Trump's in a restaurant and in a department store, you create a crowd and push back on them and tell them they're not welcome anymore. So when you want to talk about inciting violence in inciting, you know, anger and people's face. The Democrats are certainly quoted and in history, doing a pretty good job of that themselves for them to come out yesterday immediately spending this into this blood is on the president's hands. He's the one that caused all the craziness. Back up. Back up. First of all hypocrisy. Second of all, not true, the insurgents of the violence came from the antifa folks. And I would say 90% of those people that cause problems were not the you know, Trump supporters that went there peacefully. In fact, the president addressed that is well, we're going to hear from him in just a minute. But also coming out of its Michael. Thank you for the update. I appreciate you if you like. What.
"rudy giuliani" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Rudy Giuliani, Even the president of the United States were calling on their supporters and hate groups to go to the capital and And Rudy Giuliani's words, exercise combat Justice President Trump acknowledged in a video Thursday. His term is ending January 20th, but there are calls for him to leave office sooner. Top Democrats want Vice President Mike Pence in the Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment to remove him. Others say impeachment could be possible. Listen. Administration officials who have resigned Thursday includes Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and Education Secretary that's rude of us. Ryan Clark. ABC News, citing unlimited wtmj news time 7 31. From the WTMJ breaking News Center, the U. S attorney for Eastern District of Wisconsin, joining a slew of others saying that his office will prosecute anyone involved in the riot on Capitol Hill U. S Attorney Matthew Krieger, telling our news partners a TMJ four news quote. We will prosecute federal defense is related to civil unrest to the fullest event possible. Krieger statement comes as the Washington DC police released images of many of the suspected writers and said they'd offer a $1000 reward for information leading to arrests and indictments of any people caught on camera. U. S attorneys in Nebraska, Ohio, Illinois and Minnesota all made a similar pledge. Mike Spaulding WTMJ News God since two newest congressman who both voted in favor of objecting to Arizona and Pennsylvania's electoral college vote, say they would have done the same for Wisconsin's boat had had come up for debate. Republicans Tom Tiffany and Scott Fitzgerald, the only two members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation to vote in objection early Thursday morning after a siege on Capitol Hill delayed the proceedings by several hours. Both chambers decisively rejected objections to Biden's victories in Arizona and Pennsylvania. Was kind of considered Iran, Johnson says. It's too early to decide if you'll seek a third term. He start to be considering one perhaps a run for governor, or maybe even a step away from politics with his current term is up in 2022 when he was up for reelection in 2016. Johnson said he did not plan to serve more than two times in the Senate. On the Gamey County executive Tom Nelson already announced his plans to run as a Democrat, the AP reports. Numerous Republicans are weighing a run for governor or Senate, but our first waiting to see what Johnson does. Lawmakers in the Assembly, giving approval to a covert 19 response bill. But this points to stall in the Senate Republicans in the Legislature appear to be split over the assembly's covert bill Speaker Robin bought everything in here is something that is modeled off of good ideas. It's modeled off past practice, and in many cases, it's modeled off of what other states with divided government have been able to accomplish, which would put $100 million towards fighting. The virus is unlikely to even reach the desk of Governor Evers, who indicated he would veto But the Republican controlled Senate is also not on board. Senator Steve Nash, telling The Associated Press that they shouldn't rush into passing a feel good bill for politicians or special interests. Tony Braddock WTMJ news Sometime, Milwaukee's Wisconsin center said to be used as a site to administer Colbert 19 vaccines, Mayor Tom Barrett says another 800 doses of the Pfizer version are expected to arrive next week. He says freezers used to keep the vaccines fresher in a secure area in the center in order to avoid a situation like what happened earlier in Grafton. Coming up. Still waiting for that $600 You are not alone, Citing unlimited wtmj news time is 7 34 tune.
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"I like to kind of clear that up because some people have a different perspective because of my never trump isn't but I like to think I'm again fiscally conservative, socially liberal. Somebody who represents where the country is going, not where it's been. Um, a little breaking news. I just want to get to you. Just a couple moments ago, Rudy tweeted that President Trump is gonna be joining him for a speech there down in D C. It's going to be at the Ellipse at 11 a.m. s. Oh, I'm sure that's gonna be covered all over the place tomorrow and I look forward to hearing from you guys this hour at 808 for eight. W A B C 808 for 89222. So we're obviously watching what's going on What's going down in Georgia? We do not know the results, obviously, at this point, but we do know it is definitely one for the history books. Not only is it one of the most expensive state races, I think it might be the most expensive state race that we've ever seen. But it's also a massive number of early voters came out three million. Right now. I'm looking at a couple of the different networks, and they seem to have a few different numbers, but we're looking at about 63% of the precincts reporting that's pretty good for right now, Um John Ausaf on the Democratic side is leading. Wow, I'm looking at Fox News Right now. He's tied with David Perdue, the Republican senator. Um, that is on Fox News. Now I'm looking over at, uh, Let's see, I'm looking over at CNN. It's got Jonah stuff by 50.3. And he's just leading by a little bit. So obviously it's too close to call at this point. If Ausaf wins, he's gonna be the youngest senator in history, so that's pretty interesting to also in the special Senate election. Democrat Raphael Warnock. Is leading 50.3% over Kelly Leffler, Um so she is trailing by a bit. So here's how it's gonna break down if you are following this, you know that if both Democrats win tonight, They get 50 seats with Kamila Harris breaking a 50 50 ties, So we all know where that's going to go. However, if either of the publicans when they're going to keep the Senate we're going to delve into the details of the Georgia situation in just a minute. But first I want to hit up what's trending tonight around the world. Let's start down in D. C. Thousands of campers Trumpers are camping out, actually. They're protesting the election. Like I said, there's going to be a big event tomorrow of Rudy Giuliani will be there and the president will speak there the mood as I see the different networks covering it, it looks fairly jubilant right now. Massive trump turnout, But there are rumblings and rumors already vice president. Pence apparently was not swayed. He went to lunch today with President Trump, and he wasn't swayed. By the president. And I'm sure the president if you heard the call down to the secretary of state in Georgia, he this quite persuasive At times. It sounds, though, according to ABC is Jonathan Karl. That Pence will defy Trump. Those are Karl's words and announced tomorrow during the joint session of Congress that Biden won the Electoral college and that Officially he has won the presidency. But you know, obviously, things can change. I know that there's some other reports. Maggie Haberman from The New York Times says that Biden are rather Pence told the president that he was going to See how things evolve over the night and see what happens before that one o'clock event. So in the meantime, another event happened down in D. C. The leader of that all right group. The problem. Oise will not be hanging with this fellow Fred Perry polo wearing comrades down there. Just a few hours ago, A judge banned the guy from D C. Like Not you're not. You know, you can't show up to a protest like you cannot come inside the city limits. Hey, got a little trouble in a little trouble. If you heard recently with the law a few weeks ago, when he grabbed during protests, he grabbed a Black lives matter. Banner off a church. It's the church's property. He destroyed the banner. And, of course, all hell broke. Listen. You know what happened after that? So this proud boys leader not allowed into D? C. I wonder how they're gonna keep him out. Um Let's go to Virginia. Now. Holly's bunch of hooey. This is the Missouri senator. And, Well, first of all, you know that he caused a ruckus. You probably remember this. Just I don't know, Six or so days ago when he was the first in the Senate to announce that he wouldn't accept. The electoral college results, All right, so that pistol lot of people off it. It made a lot of people very happy. So last night, he sends out a tweet, and he claimed that while he was up in Missouri And his family. His wife and his his baby are down there in Virginia, one of the suburbs there. They were set upon quote at their home by Antifa scumbags, and he says they threatened his wife and baby. They vandalized his house. And even tried to break the door down, which is horrible. I mean horrific, but apparently it's also not quite true. According to the police there in Vienna, Virginia, Lovely little town. I actually went to high school. I was in McLean, Virginia, according to the police, though the protesters were peaceful. There were no issues. There were no arrests on according this is actually a quote from the police boss. They call him the master, which is that'll be changing soon. I'm sure he says We didn't think it was that big of a deal. I mean, that again is a quote from the top cop. Gotta veer off for just a second here. So the senator is either lying or perhaps his wife was freaked out..