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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

The World

03:33 min | Last month

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

"Alexei Navalny, the face of Russia's opposition, a lawyer, a politician and a harsh critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Today, Navalny isn't an intensive care unit in Siberia. Suspected of poisoning reporter Charles Mains joins us from Moscow Charles How did all this play out and hasn't been established? That someone did indeed. Try to poison navalny? Well, it's still a developing story. And as far as whether you indeed was poisoned or not, is still an open theory, depending on who you talk to. We do know that he was fine home from Tomsk in Siberia back to Moscow. Along the flight. He didn't feel well, which prompted an emergency landing in Omsk not to be confused with Tomsk. Navarone now is actually in a medically induced coma on a respirator at the hospital there. Doctors say he's in serious but stable condition, although their quote fighting for his life Also lets his wife Julia, and his personal doctor now there's well that there were reports have some delays in getting access to Navalny initially with lots of police on the scene, So how did this happen? Have you heard any theories? Will his spokesperson I care? Young. Bush made comments to media here. So she says he just drank some black tea at the airport before the flight, and it's obvious that he was poisoned at that moment. Idea here being that hot liquid was more likely to absorb quickly into his body. You know, In fact, a passenger named Pavel Lebedev took a photo of navalny sitting at the cafe in the airport before he got on the flight. He appeared to be drinking tea and later the two of them ended up on that same flight. Andi. It's interesting that some point heat this level have noticed Howl's coming from the laboratory realized that the cries were coming from Navalny, and he ended up detail ing all this in a post to social media once he touched down in arms. So that was at the airport. What else can you tell us about the suspected poisoning? Is there any talk of a possible suspect or suspects or or a motive? No suspects yet certainly know among Navalny supporters. They find this to be no accident. Not surprising. They think it's politically motivated. Navalny has made his fair share of enemies with Siri's reports on corruption in the highest rungs of the Russian government and off Russian business. He's certainly been attacked numerous times before, including in 2017, when provocateurs doused him with a green dye that partially blinded him for a period. Then again in 2019 when he was exposed to some toxic substance while serving a month prison term, which caused some skin lesions, But he made it. Okay on course, there's this troubling pattern of enemies or perceived enemies. Of the Russian state being poisoned, Attacked, sometimes killed, you know in this prompts this constant debate here over who's really behind them, and specifically whether Vladimir Putin really gains from these brazen attacks on his opponents, and that the Kremlin says they're designed to make Putin look bad, and I want to bring in another voice here. This is Andre Kalashnikov, an analyst with the Moscow Carnegie Center here. Even if Kremlin doesn't know anything involved Squad Strange because it means that this kind of events are uncontrollable. FSB local If his B Saman emus off, no one could do it. Without essentially from Kremlin Now. The other option, says Kalashnikovs that the's orders or indeed, coming from the top from Putin. The point is, we can suspect but never seem to really know and interesting enough. The reaction to today's news from the Kremlin spokesman Was to wish Navalny speedy recovery reporter Charles Mains in Moscow. Thank you very much for this.

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"russian business" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

The Sustainable Futures Report

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"russian business" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

"Until Gibberish <unk> chasing that sought through at least Aso's at least they are aware climate change is a thing but in terms of changing their remainder not yet but I think I think what's happened is coming terrorists. Era is beginning to take notice and it's becoming something that's more remarks on new figures other than just the Guardian and all television division. It's it's not just long voice in the Wilderness and then also busy eating they have to get somebody from the denial listening to every single statement will change so we're heading the right direction <unk> estim- is entirely on the question whether they incredibly slim base of change that happens happens in our political structures will move fast enough to make a difference is a similar question but I am extremely relatives putting a little the pressure on and if we can continue the pressure that we can change we need in the time scale okay. I think we generally accept except the government of course has the power and that government and business has the power to do things while the consumer and citizen May believe things. Should it's only the institutions which can actually make it happen. Now you <unk> Russian Business <unk>. Maybe we all three white with such comments along. All you seeing a change in attitude with the business yeah definitely big businesses are starting to realize that it's not just about you know some green messages and on things that will hopefully persuade people that I'm doing the right thing but thank businesses starting to realize that their own futures are at risk and I can't put out a really good show video this week on I think soon he said it's on linked ten white barry actually shed on. They talked about reshaping that business so that they thanked can meet the needs of future customers. That's lessons analyze allies the results securities in his big issue if we'll want more stuff and population keeps growing than goes find different ways to create that stuff if he liked the the resources in the first place and so having things that lasts longer can help that recycling recycling things can help that but it's an expensive way to do it and starting to change people's mindsets away from owning stuff to using its in having access to it can not only help spread resources across more people but can be brilliant business model full will businesses. I think even actually starting to realize this planned obsolescence approach is run could that's dancing to invest smell in subscription services software and they've also <unk> to a circular future that with no dates but it's entirely feasible that apple could develop a fascinating type famous upgradable on this repayment more easily repairable on something using the people engaged with just a great thing you know new things become available faster processor Bassett Cameron's whatever you can just swap outs then and then athlon risking somebody thinking well actually the Samson long does exactly Simon is half the price. I wanted the swap the key you'll customers engaged and I think companies are really starting to see the value of the engagement which means you can talk directly directly to the customer instead of trying to attract new customers through Google Lonzo. Whatever is not very manageable not re precise extremely expensive? Okay you mentioned the adaptation of that. I'm I'm about a tenth of the way through it. I haven't really thirty six yes well. I think clearly <hes> the GEM Bendel appears to be fatalist coma catastrophes who says his old guys got it wrong so easily do much more optimistic reading breeding on. I've heard so okay but he talks. Was We need or zero okay. He talks particularly about social breakdown and I think Tom on on cosmic both talking about whether in fact consumers can recognize that things have to be done on except the things changes which go announced be made in the short term so what's his take take the thinks ability to the deep adaptation paper so might obey the comedian gatherings in Devon on the early stage adaptation. Oh extinction. They're bugging grew up on. I think that would be my take on. Is We need to follow this line of. Nobody invited direct action because it's the only thing that makes government because otherwise. I think I think we risk putting the emphasis on what what we can do is individual consumers restored using US expose a recycler better. Are we still taking flex when actually what needs to happen. These last days industry needs to cease to exist and planes to fly and if we take I always Khalid Al Gore your view which is into us as individuals than were suck which as them to say as individuals we count might a huge amount of change probably wait for me. Most of the change we can see is in our immediate social groupings in our connected local areas in really obese albeit big direct-action that makes the government itself potatoes indexation believe in his words. Are We got a government that I am not know what this is essentially toss. It doesn't mean they will do it. It doesn't mean listen to but at least they're thing he yes yes okay. Can you envisage a world where people accepted. They no longer fly. I don't know we'll get into Bristol. We're not flying Bristol and it's a very tricky question on. It's something I've been thinking about and be thinking about you. Know WH- how people feel about not having calls and things like that you know the the easy. Answer is the choice nice to have the end of the day. It's all death essentially so I think it's one of of those things where you know as people come to realize the urgency of the situation than they might start to reevaluate it. It's it's just another thing. I don't have the answer to his. Will they realize in time okay catharine. Can you envisage the plastics sticks industry closing down. Oh do you think that the sector economy will actually as stop that from meeting to happen yeah kind of combined plus slicks in a site in just chip in on the Times because I am I don't to lane vis a who you might have huddle hosted the only a couple of weeks ago about should we will stop flying and his view was as it was only two cents of carbon emissions. It was a futile gesture so <hes> engendered quantum bits debates an I chipped in with my view it those of us working in sustainability should be the ones saying. We're not GONNA fly because if we're not prepared to do it. How do we convince other people tweeden think about it and as you can imagine so I wasn't saying everybody should fly asked you saying you know this is my view. I haven't flown on holiday for ten years is now stopped flying full business them so last last week Holland to use long of turned turn down speaking patients to came down in Australia in the last couple of weeks because I couldn't see the points of a flying set out deer webconference but I think lots of people are still you know that's the point of having something taken away from you so those those lots of <hes> quite quite strongly usual kind of tweets struggling dinner debates with people saying you know you can't stop people going on holiday on that kind of stuff but my views the more of us who choose not to fly the more pressure that puts on the airline industry to find clean fuel if there is clean fuel if we all carry on and say it's up to them to do it but we're not signaling that without panned vote than why will they hurry up. Give it the more in the Modi fail veiled threats of losing their business the quicker they'll do something amounts at an subs of plastics. I've written a few blog posts on nice and <hes> plastics are fantastic invention marion everything around us with probably all surrounded by plastics. I'm looking at furniture in some some of those webcam shops polyester fabrics and the old packaging that helps keep things fresh so if we banned plastic that would be a retrograde step but I don't see why any company should be allowed to plastic into the market that isn't recycled Michael recyclable. I think there are enough options the <unk> everything should be able to be recycled. We don't really need laminates crisp packets. They could just be a single film and if you are going to put something complicated in unique pay for the cost of that being recycled and in the U._k.. Hey the packaging waste. Levy only covers temps into the cost of local councils during the recycling so we're not giving anybody a fighting chance of putting and good recycling systems in place but a day thing I think we need to rethink it and we need put the the costs whereas the wet weather causes of the Qassam people shouldn't just make society pay for something. That's an advantage used to that business but a a penalty for every ounce while I don't know if you saw the B._b._C.'s will plastic crowns recently but Michael Guy who's currently the Environment Armand Secretary was very point about why is produced by only ten percent of the cost of recycling and he said his plan was to make it one hundred percent that whether he'll be in office long enough to do that is another question but some found twenty four is nervous planning to do it <unk>. Ortiz <unk> smiling when you're talking about flying. I've just been watching the prime ministerial. L. Debate makes you sound far more important than his Jeremy. Hunt said yes without question. He would support a third runway at Heathrow so we've got a a long way to go. I think to persuade politicians mounted you fly. I haven't flown since making ninety six <unk> exactly for this reason until this year when I did a huge. This is going to be table. Shi'ite Shirai appeared to be teaching in America Anizah..

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"russian business" Discussed on X96

X96

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"russian business" Discussed on X96

"Terry. Not good curling on that that word. See a I r in look like an m were extremely concerned about the safety of this puzzle said the shepherd humane society spokeswoman it's quite disconcerting that somebody would take a puppy from a nonprofit animal shelter, especially with their two children present we want to make sure that cookies safely returned soon as possible. Excuse me. I'm sorry. This is my dog tippy tippy cookie. That's not good. That's not go chemo. Donald J Trump. Was more involved in discussions over a potential Russian business deal during the presidential campaign. Then previously known his former lawyer Michael Cohen said Thursday in pleading guilty to lying to congress. Mr. Trump's associates pursued the project as the Kremlin was escalating its election, sabotage efforts meant to help him with the presidency says Michael Cohen, you you Mr. Trump's participation in discussions about building a grand skyscraper in Moscow Johnson. We had didn't happen. Showed how the interests of his business empire were enmeshed with his political ambitions is he was closing in on the Republican nomination for president. During the early months of two thousand sixteen when the business discussions were taking place, he was publicly pressing for warmer relations between the US and Russia and an end to economic sanctions imposed by the Obama administration policy positions that might have benefited his family business. Yes. Which is what we told you before the election, and you call this crazy small tiny deal that never even happened. I dunno. Everyone's making a big deal out of what's happened. Here. Is that is that he has said things he is given written answers to Robert Muller, which will contradict things. Now that Michael Cohen, Paul Manafort have set are true see now, I think the more interesting thing is the thing nobody's talking about. And that's the Deutsche Bank was rated Deutsche Bank, and and one of his lawyers office, and that's the only Bank that would loan money to him and Deutsche Bank has been in trouble before and don't forget. Justice Kennedy's son worked there and was in trouble for money laundering stuff. And I think Kennedy stepping down has something to do with you help out my boy, I will step down. And you can I think this is all again, this is all stuff, we told you before the election, and you call us crazy. Says who?.

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American grad student Will Nguyen held in Vietnam after protests

America's Healthcare Advocate

01:37 min | 2 years ago

American grad student Will Nguyen held in Vietnam after protests

"Fifty eight oh seven twenty five president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort is now in jail in virginia here's more from usa's witty kings ankle bracelets were revoked amid allegations of witness tampering from special counsel robert muller he faces trial for various charges including failing to register as a foreign agent manafort and his russian business partner constantine kalinic allegedly asked european context to testify that they're lobbying work did not take place in the us judge amy berman jackson told manafort's attorney this is not middle school i can't take his cell phone i have no appetite for this manafort were now remain in jail until his trial concludes later this year for usa radio news i'm wendy king he was on vacation joined a protest and now he's detained in vietnam that account from relatives of thirty two year old will win an american is violent arrested hokey men's city last week was captured on video his sister victoria when told abc news this week that her brother was protesting controversial new economic zones in vietnam that may favorite chinese investors and tweeting about the protests excited about it he was trading like play by plays and at one point it just stopped his tweets have stopped and i think at that point one of the witnesses indicated that he was being arrested brother was beaten and dragged into police truck for usa live insurance is one of those things that just about everybody needs but few people.

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New Jersey's Governor Signs a Bill Prohibiting Offshore Oil Drilling

Gun Talk

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

New Jersey's Governor Signs a Bill Prohibiting Offshore Oil Drilling

"New jersey's democratic governor phil murphy assign a bill prohibiting oil and natural gas drilling in state waters the measure also prevents infrastructure like pipelines that could support drilling in more distant federal waters new jersey is one of numerous coastal states using state level laws to try railing president trump's plan to allow drilling in federal waters the drilling would take place more than three miles offshore along most of america's coastline new jersey governor murphy has signed the dill into law correspondent andrew stewart russia's communications watchdog agency says it's adding some google ip addresses to the state register band sites as a dispute over a band messaging app intensifies the move blocks access to millions of sites including many russian businesses that usually popular telegram messaging app news and analysis at townhall dot com i'm michael harrington.

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Uber sells Southeast Asia business to Grab after costly battle

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Uber sells Southeast Asia business to Grab after costly battle

"That's mnuchin speaking earlier on fox news sunday it's here heard incidentally you're on bloomberg radio you might recall that last thursday president trump ordered tariffs on at least fifty billion dollars in goods from china separately the us has announced a trade agreement in principle with south korea mnuchin says this deal will limit the amount of steel imported into the united states south korea says it's made no concession on opening its agricultural markets now the other big story we're following as well here in the region is this other pullback or pulling out this retreat from international markets for uber at bloomberg dreaming essentially now reports uber is said to be getting ready to sell its assets in southeast asia to grab we're told the agreement includes all of uber's operation in southeast asia as well as uber eats in the region it'll also lead over keep a stake of at least twenty five percent in the new combined business uber sold its business in china in two thousand sixteen for a seventeen and a half percent stake in chinese ride hailing leader de choosing and last year uber agreed to sell its russian business to yan dex remy incensio bloomberg daybreak asia to china next where china petroleum and chemical corp is getting ready to pay a record high dividend this company as you probably know is the world's biggest refiner we get the story from bloomberg's yvonne man company known as sign a pack is proposing its highest ever dividend of eight cents a share for 2017 that's after net income for the year jumped nearly ten percent more than eight billion dollars in part to its fuels and chemicals segments still the prophet miss estimates as a reduction in oil and gas reserves and higher production costs weighed on operations in hong kong i'm yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia now having a look at more depth in the energy space here looking at west texas right now sixty.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Venue you're talking about impeachment i'm talking about the crime of obstruction of justice which is this for being bandied about it's not bob muller's prerogative to determine what an impeachable offenses i did have that responsibility is the independent counsel and so what we did was to bring the information to congress's attention and we didn't say it's a crime we said there are substantial and credible information so the coral i have is is this a courthouse activity and i don't think it is that is i don't think that are crimes have been committed or is it something that for congress to consider an obviously congress has let me ask you because you praise robert muller and you said you think the investigation should should run its course right um if the reporting we have tonight is that he's looking at financial dealings of then candidate trump and even citizen trump when he was thinking about running for president is that do you believe that's fair in his purview seems to think that when redline well i don't know whether it's fair enough but i do know this under the special council regulations would show bob muller was reported there is a check and a balance that was one of the criticisms of the independent counsel law the view was there not enough checks and balances there is no accountability on the part of the independent counsel here there's lots of accountability and that's the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein can infect step in under the regulations and say you're not going to go there i'm the one who is the deputy attorney general says this is a red line so the very fact by the way that the indictment against the russians was announced by rod rosenstein i think is very powerful symbolically it is it is reminding the country that he is the head of the justice department proves this investigation is in charge do you agree that this is a which are do you believe that as the president does this a witchhunt no you think so.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Animus supreme court saying prosecutors not everything is an obstruction of justice if cuban what you do it to weigh in on on with the judges saying well i i certainly agree that not everything has an obstruction of justice but the idea that the president has the absolute power to fire the to fire the director the fbi for any reason for no reason for corrupt reason if for example the someone deposited a suitcase full of cash on the dirt divert direct on on the oval office desk and said please fire the fbi director because i don't want to be prosecuted and then he fired the fbi director would that be permissible to absolutely now that is corruption and that's the key that is the key word that everyone is banting around it is corrupt is a corrupt effort to interfere with the obstruction of justice the and so exactly i've been saying that all along if there's any evidence of a payment or some sort of conspiracy with let's say russians we don't lie this investigation and we're going to enter into this business deal on speaking ibooks adequately we're going to enter in this business deal which you've got to get rid of bob muller then obviously that is a corrupt motive to interfere but the president has been so amazingly transparent i don't like the investigation i think it's hurting the country it's deflecting attention and so forth that doesn't sound to me like corruption but but but many you testified famously and brilliantly although i disagreed with it that president clinton could be an ins a cheap impeached for obstruction of justice but the if the president of the of this president of the united states fires the fbi director be caused the fbi director is investigating him that's not corruption like bill clinton engaged in corruption for lying in in the grand jury or for telling betty curried ally why aren't why aren't they both corrupt you're talking now about a very.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Animus supreme court saying prosecutors not everything is an obstruction of justice if cuban what you do it to weigh in on on with the judges saying well i i certainly agree that not everything has an obstruction of justice but the idea that the president has the absolute power to fire the to fire the director the fbi for any reason for no reason for corrupt reason if for example the someone deposited a suitcase full of cash on the dirt divert direct on on the oval office desk and said please fire the fbi director because i don't want to be prosecuted and then he fired the fbi director would that be permissible to absolutely now that is corruption and that's the key that is the key word that everyone is banting around it is corrupt is a corrupt effort to interfere with the obstruction of justice the and so exactly i've been saying that all along if there's any evidence of a payment or some sort of conspiracy with let's say russians we don't lie this investigation and we're going to enter into this business deal on speaking ibooks adequately we're going to enter in this business deal which you've got to get rid of bob muller then obviously that is a corrupt motive to interfere but the president has been so amazingly transparent i don't like the investigation i think it's hurting the country it's deflecting attention and so forth that doesn't sound to me like corruption but but but many you testified famously and brilliantly although i disagreed with it that president clinton could be an ins a cheap impeached for obstruction of justice but the if the president of the of this president of the united states fires the fbi director be caused the fbi director is investigating him that's not corruption like bill clinton engaged in corruption for lying in in the grand jury or for telling betty curried ally why aren't why aren't they both corrupt you're talking now about a very.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Russians and they find financial regulation regularities anderson what are they supposed to say that's a federal legal violation and we chose to ignore it if they see something that's a legal violation what are they supposed to do i'd say investigated if it violates the law coral the elephant in the room obviously is not just what moeller might have on the president but with the russians might have on the president again we don't know but but robert muller certainly would be eager to find that out he would be but also as you just said we don't know but these same attorneys gloria and others myself have talked about some of them now have concluded that what muller is doing among other things is he is going to present a vast narrative a report of the trump family donald trump president trump the trump organization russia and the business dealings of the family the organization and the in intern is seen dealings well those people with russians ethno russians and how american policy presidential policy might have been affected or might not be affected indeed if is donald trump keep saying there is no there too there that there is no quote collusion meaning a conspiracy with russians to undermine our electoral system then bother will say so in such a vast meredith but so far the indications we have from president trump who keeps talking about a witchhunt and as we saw with his the nsa director today saying that he hasn't been empowered to really go back at the russians with cyber tools the president of the united states seems absolutely oblivious to the danger here and this is part of the narrative it's all fitting together in what what muller is trying to do but the extent of criminality we don't know carry i mean there's nothing inherently wrong or.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Russians and they find financial regulation regularities anderson what are they supposed to say that's a federal legal violation and we chose to ignore it if they see something that's a legal violation what are they supposed to do i'd say investigated if it violates the law coral the elephant in the room obviously is not just what moeller might have on the president but with the russians might have on the president again we don't know but but robert muller certainly would be eager to find that out he would be but also as you just said we don't know but these same attorneys gloria and others myself have talked about some of them now have concluded that what muller is doing among other things is he is going to present a vast narrative a report of the trump family donald trump president trump the trump organization russia and the business dealings of the family the organization and the in intern is seen dealings well those people with russians ethno russians and how american policy presidential policy might have been affected or might not be affected indeed if is donald trump keep saying there is no there too there that there is no quote collusion meaning a conspiracy with russians to undermine our electoral system then bother will say so in such a vast meredith but so far the indications we have from president trump who keeps talking about a witchhunt and as we saw with his the nsa director today saying that he hasn't been empowered to really go back at the russians with cyber tools the president of the united states seems absolutely oblivious to the danger here and this is part of the narrative it's all fitting together in what what muller is trying to do but the extent of criminality we don't know carry i mean there's nothing inherently wrong or.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Making sure there they're checking although the boxes that that's a fair caveat it included in our story that that asking questions is not mean that the special council has or as neared conclusions on these lines of inquiry but they are lines of inquiry because multiple sources tell us that a number of witnesses have been ask questions along these lines and i should note beyond we'll gloria mention questions about business dealings trump tower it's cetera we know that witnesses have also been asked about the possibility or what they know about russian claims to have compromising information on donald trump and as you note anderson that was one of the things mentioned in the steel dossier which of course we should note that much of the information and there remains uncorroborated neil anderson just to just add a little bit too wet to went jim is so be attorneys are not giving away any secrets in these interviews you know the people we spoke until were saying you know we're not sure where they are headed but some of them found it really interesting that they were asking these kinds of questions and they came to the conclusion that what this special counsel's office is trying to do is just really figure out where this relationship between donald trump and the russians is or if there is one at all it would also be interesting to know jim how far back you're saying the timeframe on this is sort of a round when when deng trump was thinking about running for president business dealings around then what would be interesting also knows how far back muller's interest in business dealings with donald trump that's a fair question as well to our knowledge these relate to events as far back as 2013 in 2014 the miss universe pageant is one thing glory mentioned including the story that's in 2013 2014 they were still dealings attempts at a deal on a trump tower project in moscow so that carries you a new area before the president had publicly announced her launched his campaign but we're sources tell us that the president was.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Now to be clear robert muller's investigation is to focus on meddling in the election as well as though we should note ties potential ties between trump campaign associates in russians and by ream it any other lines of inquiry that may come up as that investigation continues though as you know anderson president trump has claimed that anything goes into donald trump's business dealings his family's personal finances with cetera that he would consider as crossing out of the remains of the muller investigation goram interns the kinds of questions that moeller and his team are asking witnesses do we know yeah i look these are very lengthy wide ranging interviews but we've been told from sources have been interviewed by moller that they were asking among other things when exactly donald trump decided to run for the presidency how the miss universe pageant was financed and also why two potential deals to brand trump tower in moscow fell through we even spoke with one source who said that the source said that he was asked whether there were russians hanging around the offices of trump tower and the source said no there were antony but it's very clear that the special council is sort of trying to figure out where trump fits in his relationship with the russians and how far back it goes and whether in fact they could have any leverage over him in any way shape or form drew or mid or some of these questions sort of related to the dossier at all in terms of some of the details that they were asking about about trips to trips to russia and also just because think things important maker just because they're asking questions about something doesn't mean they necessarily have information about it right they could just be sort of you know.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Now to be clear robert muller's investigation is to focus on meddling in the election as well as though we should note ties potential ties between trump campaign associates in russians and by ream it any other lines of inquiry that may come up as that investigation continues though as you know anderson president trump has claimed that anything goes into donald trump's business dealings his family's personal finances with cetera that he would consider as crossing out of the remains of the muller investigation goram interns the kinds of questions that moeller and his team are asking witnesses do we know yeah i look these are very lengthy wide ranging interviews but we've been told from sources have been interviewed by moller that they were asking among other things when exactly donald trump decided to run for the presidency how the miss universe pageant was financed and also why two potential deals to brand trump tower in moscow fell through we even spoke with one source who said that the source said that he was asked whether there were russians hanging around the offices of trump tower and the source said no there were antony but it's very clear that the special council is sort of trying to figure out where trump fits in his relationship with the russians and how far back it goes and whether in fact they could have any leverage over him in any way shape or form drew or mid or some of these questions sort of related to the dossier at all in terms of some of the details that they were asking about about trips to trips to russia and also just because think things important maker just because they're asking questions about something doesn't mean they necessarily have information about it right they could just be sort of you know.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"A very big step in the russia probe and it could directly affect the president you'll only seed here next support for anderson cooper 360 comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans changes are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home more refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgages simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go do rocket mortgage dot com slash ac 360 equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty more you won't see anywhere else a cnn exclusive on what and on whom special counsel robert muller appears to be showing a strong interest in namely candidate trump and his prior business dealings in russia the reporting which was going on right up until airtime involves a team of cnn professionals including archie political analyst glare border and chief national security correspondent jim shuto both of whom joining us now to jim what are you learned so gloria myself pamela brown and characters could l we have been told that investigators for robert muller but asking questions of witnesses about business activities of donald trump in russia prior to the 2016 campaign at a time when mr trump was considering a run for the president this is significant because it shows that muller's team is reaching beyond the campaign and checking into at least exploring whether russia was looking to influence donald trump in any way at a time when he was both exploring business interests in russia and considering this presidential run.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Those are indicating some real serious problems with the trump organization and the trump family's financial disclosures michael in the washington post bookstore last april that red and the united arab emirates arranged a secret meeting in january between black founder heir prince and a russian close to president vladimir putin is part of an apparent effort to establish a back channel of communication between moscow and president elect donald trump are you suspicious about any you a connection well i think that you have to look at all of the countries that have interests in trump and kushner properties and how they may be looking to leverage that need for financing remember vp bank which we talked about in the last segment helped fund one of the trump properties in toronto that's the bank that kushner met with and also wanted to have backchannel conversations with so there's a lot of stuff there carlo alludes to it he's he's further along than i am in my in my a know thinking about whether or not there is a conspiracy an exclusive relationship but there are certain so much so many things with cutter and uae and russia in israel remember with respect to israel and december twenty two december 29th flynn and and kushner in them or talking to the israelis and the egyptians about un votes in palestinian territory settlements so there's a lot of stuff that's going on here that you just can't sort out simply and that's why in some sense we're lucky to have muller to sort it out because congress surely isn't going to yeah we got to take a break here for a quick circuit girl guides don't know what muller we don't know what muller housing i don't know what mother house but what we do know is that these areas are under serious investigation by him and it's why at is believed by those who are watching this so closely that his investigation needs to go on unfettered now take a quick break all right now we're learning more about what appears.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Not when he's in those meetings with foreign counterparts he's conducting activities on behalf of the united states in the united states as interest verses in some private financial personal family or business reason i i think back to the the election to the campaign and to the things trump talked about so much was you know i always hired the best people the most qualified people are smartest people and also his huge attack against hillary clinton was that she had mishandled classified information on the on email is using a private server he's got no away knows full of people including in his inner circle who can't get a top secret code word security clearance it's you're absolutely right put the kushner it's clear that he has violated security uh protocol polls he told to tell the director of national of national security about his secret meetings with foreign leaders that's one of the reasons that mcmaster became so upset we have a situation here really with a rogue son in law of the president of the united states that nobody except perhaps the special prosecutor and perhaps the president of the united states nose really what the hell he has been up to in one of the reasons that i am told by numerous people in the white house and lawyers involved in the case the president trump is in such a rage and continues to rail that he wants to fire rosenstein fire muller fire the special prosecutor shut this investigation down keeps saying and brief his family and his own finances are under investigation and at the heart of part of what muller is looking at and muller according to people who have been questioned by muller's task forces is he abused process.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Not when he's in those meetings with foreign counterparts he's conducting activities on behalf of the united states in the united states as interest verses in some private financial personal family or business reason i i think back to the the election to the campaign and to the things trump talked about so much was you know i always hired the best people the most qualified people are smartest people and also his huge attack against hillary clinton was that she had mishandled classified information on the on email is using a private server he's got no away knows full of people including in his inner circle who can't get a top secret code word security clearance it's you're absolutely right put the kushner it's clear that he has violated security uh protocol polls he told to tell the director of national of national security about his secret meetings with foreign leaders that's one of the reasons that mcmaster became so upset we have a situation here really with a rogue son in law of the president of the united states that nobody except perhaps the special prosecutor and perhaps the president of the united states nose really what the hell he has been up to in one of the reasons that i am told by numerous people in the white house and lawyers involved in the case the president trump is in such a rage and continues to rail that he wants to fire rosenstein fire muller fire the special prosecutor shut this investigation down keeps saying and brief his family and his own finances are under investigation and at the heart of part of what muller is looking at and muller according to people who have been questioned by muller's task forces is he abused process.

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"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"To shore up his failing business enterprises while at the same time doing business on behalf of the trump administration this is serious business and muller and a task force in muller's operation is looking at just those i'm michael and it how worried should jared kushner be about where the muller investigation is is going with this well he's as carl says he really is in the epicenter of a lot of the issues that muller seems to have under investigation with respect to the socalled collusion investigation jarrett was in the june 9th trump tower meeting with respect to these conflicts of interests the private business versus the state business member the meeting that jared held with the ecb bank back in in in december of two thousand seventeen this raise the same issues at the washington post is reporting the b bank remember said jarrett met with us on private business jarrett in the white house said no no it was official business so we getting this blurring of behavior by jared kushner in his private and public rolls so i think that that's something that muller has to look at in the context of his counterintelligence investigators there are a couple of streams here that jared is in the centre of that's not to say he did anything wrong by any means i'm not i'm not suggesting that but i'm just saying as a person of interest to moeller he arises in a lot of these particularly important issues it's a very busy and i we got a lot to get to including white house reaction to jared kushner's security downgrade later another member of the inner circle hope hicks and hurts testimony today before the house intelligence committee what she talks about and perhaps more importantly what she refused to take up a congressman on the committee ahead on 360 incident.

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"russian business" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dot com it's all things considered from npr news i'm already shapiro and i mary louise kelley alerts been said about how russia has use social media to try to influence america's vote last november facebook twitter and google all acknowledge that people in russia used their platforms to target an american audience the kremlin has denied meddling but now a new wrinkle emerges fr from russia a russian business magazine is out with an expose and it's based on interviews with people who say they took part in attempts to influence us politics and peers lucienne kim reports from moscow a couple of years ago the world learned about the socalled russian troll factory an office in saint petersburg where hundreds of employees spend their days flooding social media with this information and fake news the troll factory known as the internet research agency was mentioned in the us intelligence community's report on russian hacking in january russian journalist andrey zahar of has been investigating the role of the troll factory in last year's us elections i will soon brive their to russian premier gun to machinegun great thumping can something to worry effective the harf as a reporter for the russian business magazine rbk he found the troll factory had treated 120 accounts on facebook twitter instagram they've now been blocked but sahara says in the runup to the election the troll factories posts were getting seventy million views a week he says rather than openly support a particular candidate the trolls were more interested in exploiting discontent over hotbutton issues like police violence gun control and lgbt rights they found made problems of american society of the drive to make visitation russ you know not to support the orbits candidate yes they criticize cured but also the criticized trump before elections and after elections and he went organize to drum process the car of says the troll factory also organized other protests using a front organisation they called black matters us the kremlin has denied any knowledge of the internet research agency but zahhar often other russian journalist bleed the agency is funded by a saint petersburg businessman with kremlin connections the car of says a us influence campaign was a bargain the america desk had only ninety employees and cost just two million dollars over the past two years but some people question whether even having seventy million views on social media can sway in election a dropping the.

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"russian business" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"russian business" Discussed on WCHS

"But he's in some russian businesses say they have been hit with a ransomware virus similar to the one that hit several months ago hacker said to be causing widespread outages across europe the hack similar to one earlier this year asking for a ransom by the user senate leaders continue hunting down enough votes for the plan to repeal and replace obamacare but six republicans now say they i cannot vote yes on the bill as written what is house speaker paul ryan thank you thanks so pass i don't know what day but i've ever expectations senate will move this bill and i assume this bill ev changes you know why because we all made promises we would you that every republican senator campaigned on repealing and replacing this law if there is no vote what happens then navy senior uae white house correspondent jonathan karl i detect absolutely no plan b from the white house i've asked that question specifically of top officials i see no plan b and ask for republican leaders on capitol hill it seems that their plan b if this goes down is simply to move on to another issue they want to get on the taxes the supreme court a ruling that the trump travel ban can be partially reinstated this week some from the six predominantly muslim countries will be allowed in abc's terry moran with one who they are somebody with a family member somebody who's got admission to a university or college somebody's got a job waiting for them perhaps even somebody who's connected with a local refugee resettlement agency those people can get in a people without any connection to the united states who are knocking on the door that doors going to be slammed in their face thursday's the day they say that will begin emergency personnel responding to a new york city subway station where passengers reported smoke and loss of power this morning happening in harlem the train in the station evacuated photo show people walking along the tracks some treated but there okay you're listening to abc news this is an important service announcement the irs has turned to private collection agencies to collect unpaid taxes these collection agencies could only set of payment plans of debt owed they do not have the authority to enter into a.

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