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"sam nunn" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"But Democrats during the days of what was his name? None. Sam Nunn out of Georgia, Georgia Senator focused on a strong At the time. Yeah. Focused on a strong, strong, almost laser like United States military I mean, I think everybody agreed with that today. They're trying to, you know, pick it apart, piece by piece. You know they Many, many years ago, Democrats saw America as a force for good in the world. Now, a lot of them seeing America as the ugly, imperialist country of oppression, and I think Vernon Jordan said it. Absolutely correct. I mean, he's correct when you're right. You're right. Late 20th century Democrats believed in making our energy sources cleaner through what Well, they knew that you didn't get rid of something unless you you were going to replace it with something that's not the Democrat party now, you know, before they wanted to get clean energy through science and technology. Today, they're trying to ban every form of energy except for renewable energy. Well, that's great. Except that won't meet the need, at least not currently. Um, you know, they didn't dismiss public school choice choice. Being picky, worked. Now they oppose alternatives for kids from poor families. They have to go toe these failing neighborhood schools. I mean, all of this. All of this is going a very distinct direction. It was sort of like Pelosi introducing this bill that you know we can't. We can't use words that, um in in some form or fashion. Tell you the gender of the person they're talking about. There's a reason for that. I know it sounds goofy and stupid, which it is. But there's ah, much more insidious reason for that. And I'm gonna tell you about that, in just a little bit with runoff is today again three hours and 48 minutes until the polls close, and I think arguably, I would be in agreement. With some exceptions to the statement. That is, it's the most important run off election this country's ever had. And now you know why. We'll take your calls. 1 802 88 w b a p 1 802 889227. I'm Rick Roberts News talking 20 w b a p Way checked the forecast. They could do so much damage and four year and it looks like we've got ourselves a topical depression. I am so Siri aided over this election you're invited to join the conversation should be able to have a civil conversation..
What Really Happened at the Munich Security Conference
"I today. We're going to learn a NE- word Westland snus. It is the idea that the West is somehow absent from the global stage less significant in part because of the rise of China in part because of the rise of DONALD TRUMP IT C- theme of this year's Munich security conference in which Germany's president said. The United States now rejects even the idea of an international community. That's walls intern rejected by the secretary of state. Does anyone believe Mike upon payers denials? David Hudson h-honestly chief Brussels correspondent at politico and was at the security conference joins me now on the line. Dave dimension the The theme being West Listeners. How did this manifest itself at the conference? There was a lot of discussion and there is every year at the Munich security conference about the decline of the West the fretting over where that Western alliance the transatlantic relationship is. But there is something quite different that everybody could feel this year. Which is that the gap between the Europeans and the Americans is so much greater than anyone has seen it in our lifetimes. And that's really what they're talking about is the idea of a unified west which you could include. Even some eastern partners like Japan into but the idea of rule of law and a the NATO alliance and the idea of collective action on the biggest issues facing people all over the world. And that just doesn't exist right when now you add up the three years of Donald Trump's presidency. Us obviously headed to an election. And you look at everything from climate policy to the Iran. Nuclear deal whether it's unsecurity whether it's on the environment anywhere you look there are just these gaps and so the secretary of state. Mike Pompeo you know folks were sitting with their hands in their laps tapping on their phones but not one drop of applause when he declared the West is winning normally. That should bring everybody to their feet. They're all there to represent different aspects of that western thinking and in fact crickets silence. The justice no faith that any of those words mean anything. I mentioned the president of Germany amendment to our frontal steinmeier was very outspoken. When my Pompeo is there is the? Us Senate acted as if an attitude of every man for himself could work a global policy. You Have Emmanuel macron that saying that there was a need to act at a European level to counter this perceived weakening of an alliance with the US but does Europe have the capacity yet to speak with one voice. Well you're obviously has its own disagreements and the chairman of the conference Ish Sugar warned against this. As did remarkably the secretary general of NATO Jens Stoltenberg who rarely rarely ever diverges from his talking points about unity where he warned in. This seemed to be directed at macron not to talk down the capabilities of NATO and talk up the differences among allies but there are clear differences among these allies and of course trump is responsible for a lot of them when you see the US pull out unilaterally in northeast Syria when you see the US in Turkey both NATO members forced to reach some kind of a peace agreement among themselves. You say what's going on here. Those are countries that are supposed to be on the same side. So you're Ab- certainly has differences that it needs to resolve but on big ticket items especially the priority that everyone agrees is facing the entire planet on Climate Change. Europe does in fact speak almost universally with one voice small exceptions about timing and how to get to certain goals but overall the goals are the same trump of course pulls out of that climate accord pulls out of the Iran nuclear deal. He's gone his own way. I sat down with a few callings and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Todd Walters and you hear him speak and you realize that there's an American mindset especially when it comes to the Middle East that no one else. Shares trump pushing for NATO to be more active in the Middle East which goes against the founding treaty of NATO The Washington Treaty which says these are countries at work together in the Euro Atlantic sphere. And I said to the general said this is in your title your Supreme Allied Commander Europe. Is that going to change? We become sec or me to add in the Middle East and there's no clear message. That Defense Secretary Asper was at NATO before coming to the Munich. Security Conference did not give those NATO allies. A sense of what it is that Donald Trump is looking for and again in Munich. The sort of conclusion was okay. Mike Pompeo and Marcus were there speaking to the boss back home telling him. The West is winning when nobody actually sees that David stay with us because also the line is Paul Rogers professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford while we were mentioning With David other the reaction to Mike Pompeo's speech the problem. I suppose is that the US Secretary of state goes to me and you can says no no trans. Atlantic alliance is as strong as it ever was but but he's bosses given every impression for four years now that he doesn't care at all about America's strategic partnerships. I think that's really a key issue. It's very much longer allies. David was just saying what has happened. I think is the Europeans for the first two years of the trump administration still tend to think this was an operation in the American political scene over the last year in particular the last couple of months they country is that trump may well get reelected emphatic present. He probably will do even if he isn't They feel as being a change in the American mood. That the change of the psalter political psychology even of the country and that is represented by trump and the many people who support him. So you have that the other thing as far as I can see within the United States so you basically have two things going on at the same time you had the contract trump vision but you have the more length assists vision and that apparently was very well represented a community at Munich. Many people from Congress many of the State Department people even those states is pretty weak present with much more on the traditional side but they basically differ from what is coming out trump. And frankly whether we like it or not. The American the Europeans dude actually listen to trump's tweets and take them very seriously so I think you you have this sort of basic difference and then looming all of that are the differences within Europe. Basically mechanised particularly weak at present. You have Britain opting out so to speak and then of course you have the China situation as well. Whether it's a difference I think between the European and the American views. The trump views that he let me put it that way. David Paul just mentioned China and Mike Pompeo talked again about the the the US's from a growing Increasingly increasingly assertive. China is Europe. Going to be on board with that top priority. I survey the citizens done ahead of this conference. The studio what size should your beyond worthy to be a full on conflict within the US and China on the majority of the citizens who questions that actually Europe should be neutral. You know a lot of this. Debate centered around technology and the Chinese firm alway which the US The trump administration has made clear that it seems as a real risk and trump was quite roundly rebutted on that by Germany by the UK even the UK which of course has to negotiate a trade deal coming up with the United States and one of the message. One message that the Americans were carrying back from the European side was qualify. Has Technology that the West if you WANNA call it? That doesn't have so in that sense. You're not winning. And the question is what alternative. Can you offer either? You let Europe and the United States be left behind on five G. or you work with wallet or you have some alternative now. The alternatives are not easy chatter about. Could there be a state investment. Something's very un-american into Nokia or Ericsson but the point is if there is a technology that China has and everybody else doesn't it's clear the West has fallen a stepper a half step behind in that sense but since you have Paul there who's who's talking about peace studies. There's another gap we saw in Munich. Which has some really big big issues that this conference used to focus on that because of what one former Senator Sam Nunn? I talked to called vivid all these sort of flashes and disagreements in In politics we're forgetting about the vital nuclear non-proliferation the fact that most of the non-proliferation architecture has been falling apart under trump the IMF treaty intermediate range. Nuclear forces. Treaty doesn't exist anymore. The new start treaty is going to expire in February. And what are these powers going to do to protect citizens from what is one of the greatest threats out there? Paul What do you? What do you make of that idea? That a lot of other issues as simply being forgotten at the moment I couldn't agree. More than Davis spot. On the nuclear thing I think is much more important than people generally realizes rather receded but there are two other issues gained one. He mentioned with climate change. This is the Big Issue Weld Wahid for the next two years it actually surpasses everything else and yes. The Europeans are more united on this which I think is very welcome as he said with a few exceptions but the United States takes a very different view as well. Brazil China to some extent endangered in Australia and set me. Russia isn't a weld unity. On this the most important issues. What in the world. The other thing I'd say is that while the kind of world economic model we have at present is delivering a great deal for relatively small number of people you got more and more people pretty well educated on the margins who do not fair sharing in in what they deserve and you're seeing this in the many political disturbances social disturbances seen in cities across the world last six to nine months in the recent past That again just doesn't fig you have these very big issues. Marginalization climate change on the nuclear issue which to not get the attention they deserve and that I think is one of the things where to some extent The whole Munich conference thing which is now being running. What nearly sixty years. Something like that Is Not really fully fit for purpose even though it may be better than the past let me just ask you both briefly before we before we end I read. I read one piece about the miniskirt weekend that said law international orders never last forever a maybe this is just the beginning of the end of the Post Second World War transatlantic order. I mean body. Think some some logic behind that there is some logic behind that and of course if it means the start of anew globalism a willingness to address Commonwealth problems. That would be good but the problem. Is that the men. We don't have that In fact the divisions at great sesame there things are changing and it will depend a Fab it I think on whether trump gets reelected in December but things are changing and one has to accept that we simply don't know whether go but there is a need for much more globalist attitude when David it does seem to all hinge. Doesn't it on what happens in America in November? Well there is a big question of if that old order is falling apart. What is the New Order? That take shape right. The world is smaller than ever people are more interconnected than ever so the great powers don't necessarily need to dictate things but we also saw at Munich. I said it was a lot of navel-gazing but not a lot of introspection. Yeah there was a report in The Washington Post Enter last year that twenty years of American failure in Afghanistan you would think at a security conference where the US is seen as the leader on security and defence issues. Folks would be asking. Hey what the heck happened there? How did you drag us all into this mess? And how do you avoid that going forward into the future and those kinds of tough questions again? The vivid trump was very much fretted about but the vital of how do you avoid getting sucked into twenty years of failed war where neither Afghanistan nor Iraq nor anybody else's better off? You have to wonder. Why weren't those tough questions being asked and who will start to shape that new order to replace the old order? That's falling away David Harrison on and Paul Rogers thank you both very much of your time
Bands People Hate That Are Crazy Successful: Nickelback
"Bans. That are crazy successful. And let's start with nickelback really one of the most accessible bands of all time how the Let's see here under ten. Nickel bag sold over fifty million albums. Okay they rank as the second best selling international act in the two thousands. Who Do you think behind the Second Best International Act of the two thousand? The only by one act I I. I know who. You're GONNA say thousands. Yeah one-two-three radiohead the Beatles. Oh more than two more than really had more than is this factual I look at my. He confirms through nearly a decade pop up. Culture has been incredibly cruel to nickelback. I've always been a lover of them more so than I think I would be because of all the hate on them like I would just kind of sit at six point five normally because they have songs we know unlike but because everybody hates him mechanical bad for them so I put them at like a seven point three because of that. Sometimes I think we get. Tricked me liking something. What do you mean? The songs are good. Sometimes I think that they're just on the radio so much that we're like all right whatever it has like uses uses. IRA's all right. It's not a bad song but if you heard that once I think ninety percent of the people that heard that once we're like this I don't think so I think a lot of songs only heard wants back. The other are lot. Yeah human number ones so many number ones. How many do we need to look at the Louisville eight nine ten eleven all right? They even had songs on super soundtracks Spiderman. I remember that one so you just want to be a hater because no croakers Kroger's hair. Yeah you I don't understand the hate like. Tell me why you're hater. I just at the time that came out to me that was was like it's easy music. Sometimes it's just like everybody doing it if it's so it's like Sam Nunn backward people go that song so easy to then. Why don't oh you write it? I think no. I don't think I can right but I think that most people don't try to do that because they don't want to get stuck doing that like our is easy music like like where where are where's the nickelback. Now there's longevity and nickelback there's no longevity and almost any of those bands the two thousands or any decade the longevity fifty million albums nickelback nickelback does a tour. Again they sell out. Yes touring this area. They do. I don't know they don't know where my mind is with them. Just like because you've been tainted by the media. No I love the media. I'm not a listen to people. Say otherwise they would just go away and they didn't care for at the time but why are are they. The most despised man as it became a thing it became like its cool to hate nickelback and I probably would to experiment hating on them to defend them. Yeah all right They won't even do interviews because they know half the questions to be about everybody hitting them. Imagine that was that'd be terrible. They still sell out of God's our tickets and we'll probably still be laughing ten years from now because of all their money billionaire. Yeah Right. Yeah
"sam nunn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That please you always played on and like on a Sunday morning and then the leaking of seeing him practicing there is small holes see four and golden sizing in when we need to sing that he's still the Sam Nunn and hop on my name is daisy ray is and I sing sad songs I knew early on that I love music and being around it because of my dad who the hell to figure that out but I guess writing lines it wasn't until I was in grade seven that a startling about poetry my first heartbreak with me when I was like sixteen a I can be in class because I'd cry at night I had a hard time with my first half it I was still writing music but like I'd been writing music since I was little I was eleven and mixing it with poetry but when I was sixteen as the first time that I meet somebody cry with my son who is is an experience for me I was once like I just I don't I don't know this is new strange and interesting and it crazy sometimes when you sing the songs like is like a wounded trying to heal but then you keep opening known Hey tell me saying so it's difficult but it's interesting in some moment it's a spiritual moment between.
How Labour’s Working-Class Vote Crumbled and Its Nemesis Won the North
"To the heart before we talk about why Boris one I want to talk about why labor lost and I have a producer you may not have met and his name is Dwayne he doesn't show up very much and when when they came in to celebrate about five minutes before the show in the he pulled out of his hat just randomly eight quote of Alan Johnson and if you're watching the universe you can watch this she's the former labour home secretary right he's a playwright any ads on stage with them the founder of the momentum nightmare that is the party within the party and here is what Alan Johnson old labor it let the way that we talk about all Democrats like JFK and Sam Nunn old labor talking to court and I cut number twenty one live in London I live in Yorkshire I live in a working class community not until somebody is Joe's been around enough from the panel like dice and I'm afraid the working classes of always been a big disappointment for John and his calls it was a disaster on the doorstep everyone knew that he couldn't leave the working class out of a paper bag now Jones developed this momentum group this party with an apology aiming to keep the purity the culture of the trial because all you hear it now more more of an expert isis these this call to get their act together women on the policy I want to mention go go back to student politics in the little in a left wing that isn't realistic you gonna happen we'll see what I'm saying yeah yeah so I went off to it thanks exit polls row the most disastrous results for the Labour Party the worst result since nineteen thirty five people like at Johnny's house will never admit this but they are they have messed up completely any sound communities that are going to pay for that I feel really angry about this but we persevered with Corbin for this kind of experiment of back to the future John let me ask it learned that he's saying you've poisoned my party you've killed that dad do you hear the anger in in Sir Alan Johnson's voice yes Sir Alan and I'm from Yorkshire you hear that right he talks Yorkshire to I can't do it but my wife could that really well it's close to Lancashire which you can also talk and their side by side of course they were the big opponents in the war of the roses but he did so he's a Yorkshireman right and that's up in the north and it and that's a different kind of thing than being in London and so that's right that's a there's a I'm struggling for a word because I understand politics to be a very comprehensive thing that comprehensive and include that involves the social with those call this a social thing right they're people who live their lives in very different ways in Britain and those those people in the in the provinces the space see anywhere there was coal mining were the heart of the labor party and that's gone for them now in this election and and so he's better can they rebuilt the and we Hey we do need a two party system they're in here but I am struck by the parallels of the resistance and the never trump purrs banding together to poison the Democratic Party and resulting in an impeachment fiasco like we saw yesterday and the carbonates banding together with the remain Tories kill politics said yep that yep Jimmy Hoffa there's a good movie out about now called the Irishman and and if you just watch his career read about him are watching a good film about him what he was talking to a bunch of truckers and he was saying we need more staff this is not fair right working people people who work by the mile lease truckers right and and that's one kind of thing a see in this country and Jeremy Corbyn and in that country whole different kinds of clay political theory turned into a political fight
"sam nunn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Mr president. Not built yet. Lau that was a Freudian slip. Offer the tell the president. Here's what you got to you have to at least seem like you're negotiating you can't sit there and say, no, nothing nothing. Nothing nothing. Right. And and I believe they are probably, you know, hearing some some pressure from their own constituents, especially probably in some of these Republican districts were were Democrats won. And she's she is stating and other supposed- democrat moderates, I would like to see where they stand on the actual issues. So because I don't know of the last democrat moderate. Sam nunn. Maybe okay. That goes back if you're decades. But as when you when you see this what she's saying is look you've got to say. We'll give you a vote on the border wall. But I you have to reopen the government right now, they know that's not gonna go anywhere. But at least they can make the case. That they're negotiating because Trump isn't because Trump knows if he opens the government, and then promise of them a vote the house is going to turn it down. They're not going to vote for any wall. So Trump's not gonna go for it. But at least what they want what the moderates are saying is you've got to at least pretend act like you're doing. So that your negotiated. Yeah. I think that's probably it. And. The the question would be you wait for them. I guess you wait for them. The tactic would likely be you wait for them to make their move. And then you go back with something bigger. Maybe that's what the president is waiting on. Which would make sense. So from there you go. They they do their move the ball is in your court, you lob something over that. It's bigger. Well, yeah. But what what they're negotiating is. Actually, the only thing that's ever been on the table. They haven't actually moved in any in any form. Only the president right only. The president has moved on the specifics of what he is offered if the Democrats did this or actually offering now nothing new, but it is their move. And they're lobbing nothing big nothing across and then you go back with a bigger move. And so that put them in the place of okay? Especially if you get something where it's, you know, permanent. For dreamers. You get to that level. The media is going to be all over the Democrats. Can you imagine had the president offered that this past weekend? I wonder what the editorial board at the Washington Post would have to say about that. Permanent residents for dreamers. With a path to citizenship. If he had done that right away. I mean, I think you could get there. I don't know if he's going to or not. But I think it's feasible to say that if if he's willing to offer what he offered the other day he's willing to ramp that up it's all about offering very little at first. And then you wrap it up as you go along. But I don't think they're going to let this go much further. I don't think it's going to go much for the past the first of the month. Well, when you have a state of the union address if you're not if. You have a state of the union address that is off of the house grounds. I mean, it's it's not in the house chamber that in that they take it somewhere else. I mean, it's even been floated out there that the president might take state of the union to the border, and then the entire state of the union in all likelihood is going to be focused on except maybe for a short segment where he promotes the other things that he believes he is doing you know, that this is what our administration has done. We've got the economy going. We've got trade deals just a ready to go. We're we're writing for the Democrats to get moving on on. This were making great progress with China were making great progress with North Korea. Whether they are not doesn't matter. We say that. Anyway, I'm talking about what you say. And and then, but the majority of it is on the border, and that here's I guess, here's my point. Is he waiting to get to the end of the month? And this what is it twenty nine? What state of the union? Yes. Okay. Yes. Is only twenty nine. So are they waiting and say, look the twenty ninth is about as far as we can go. We're getting to the end of the month. We're going to have problems staffing people are going to start quitting. Yeah. People are going to have rent due. Right. They already have rent do. But I mean there. Yeah. People are going to have to quit, and and get other jobs, and it could affect and that's the fear that it would affect the the airline. So what we need to do is we need to start promoting this. Now, Nancy Pelosi, well, not negotiate and we plan in the state of the union of of making another concession. We're here at the table willing to bargain, and then at the state of the union. Address before the American people. That's where you say you offer the price you off you offer the price you say permanent legal status with the passed the citizenship. For all the DACA kids. Because state of the union is not just about you know, where we are. Now, it's really a lot about promoting what your agenda is going to be over the next year. And what you are. What you you're announcing something every every state of the union. There's going to be an announced. Here's our plan that we're going to put forward. And that would be a big deal that would be a huge deal. Here's my question. Nancy, and Chuck, maybe not. But there's some Democrats stand up and applaud that if he says citizenship for dreamers. Well, if they're even there. Right. We don't anybody's going to. I'll tell you right now. I because politically I don't see this playing out well for the Democrats either way what if he's going to offer more. Well, but you make a point. When you say that you would want the Democrats there. So the cameras would catch the reaction. Right. So you can you can you imagine? What a bizarro world. This would be. I mean seriously. I mean, totally Jerry Seinfeld. Bizarro world there. The president is any offers that. Yeah, the Republicans all stand and the Democrats are all sitting and scowling when the president offers a path to. Legal permanent legal status with a path to citizenship for all Docker for all DACA kids, and the Republicans are cheering and the Democrats are all scowling. Yeah. Where do you go from that point? Then over the next two years when the Democrats sit on their hands, and Scott, or is that why Nancy Pelosi is doing everything possible to make it. So the president cannot speak in the house chambers. Because the last thing she wants is to be able to have to tell her party, and the the the democrat congress congressional members that you have to sit on your hands and look angry when Trump offers that you don't want that. That's why she I think that's they got word that that he's going to announce something on at the state of the union when she started with the whole thing about security. I think she knew the word was out. He's going to offer something if this goes, and he'll keep it shut down until then, and he'll offer something big, and you guys are going to look bad. So here's the question. You get something done before. Then. That's a huge stage. That's not eight minutes. That's as long as he wants to take. And he can go on and on and on and on about it. I mean, it could be a big cause remember speech that's going to be written. Not by him, certainly by it will be dictated by his agenda. Well, but it's going to be something where you could detail number of things, and if the Democrats aren't there or they're sitting there and they're sitting on their hands. Were there grumpy face, and he announced the something as big as citizenship. That's going to look bad for them. There's I don't think there's a way I don't there's not a win for them. So do you get that out of the way before the fact is you just refuse them the house, and then the house members aren't there? It which would be your next play. Yes. Right. So she can't shut down altogether. So if you offer so you if Mitch McConnell offers the Senate is there enough room for everybody. Ryan do the Democrats just not show for the state of the union. Right. And then you make note that when you're making this great offer as you informed, the Senate and the house you were going to do that they refuse to be here on this wonderful, a momentous occasion when we can finally push this through it's what and you can make the case that the polling shows that America wants it. You can do it. Now. Ann Coulter will throw a fit and a ton of people will call it amnesty. Because you know, where the Democrats are going to be all over television with a split screen. Just like the cavenaugh thing. We're going to walk out. We're not going to be there. We're not gonna show up, and we're going to be all over MSNBC CNN and anybody else that wants us, and we're going to sit there, and they'll do the whole split screen will the networks allow that to happen. Now, they always get a response opposing party gets a response. But if they don't show up they will be all over TV that night before during and after the state of the union, we're just speculating here. But just be interesting because we don't know what's going to happen. Well, if you look at Cavanaugh, if you look at the Cavanaugh thing that was there that was their only way they had to make a spectacle outside of the actual setting eight six six ninety redeye. Get in touch with what I.
"sam nunn" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"So was Roger stone criminal or was Roger stone just boasting that he was a criminal that is what the special prosecutor is investigating. The New York Times is reporting that Roger stone sold himself to the Trump campaign as the pipeline to WikiLeaks, which was then trafficking in stolen emails from Democrats in Washington. The New York Times published an extraordinary article today filled with emails to and from Steve Bannon, and Roger stone. The time says nothing about how they obtained these emails are they stolen emails Roger stone doesn't think so he issued a statement today blaming Steve Bannon or an associate of Steve Bannon who used to be an associate of Roger stone for just giving these emails offering them to the New York Times. Roger stone's said Bannon or his hatchet man Sam Nunn. Berg who used to be stones henchman Li. Leaked this Email exchange to the various media outlets. Now this program has no history of trafficking in stolen emails. I did not read the emails that North Korea stole from Sony studios. When every other media organization in this country was trafficking in those stolen emails and falsely calling them act emails instead of the fruit of an international crime. Which is what they were. The news media has actually never stopped to consider what our standards should be for handling and talking about stolen emails, and so during the presidential campaign, the emails stolen from the Democrats were constantly being read aloud on television, and they were being referred to as hacked, emails were stolen wasn't used very much. And they were printed in all the major newspapers. Now, Steve Bannon, interestingly is not publicly complaining at all about his emails being published in the New York Times. Which is all most all you need to know to accept Roger stone's theory that Steve Bannon has simply handed over those emails because he's trying to hurt Roger stone by just giving all those emails to the New York Times. And those emails do hurt Roger stone. The emails were sent on October fourth twenty sixteen hours after WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange told reporters in a weird video conference that he would soon release, quote, significant material related to the presidential election van and then emailed Roger stone that day saying what was that this morning stone, replied fear serious security concern, he thinks they are going to kill him. And the London police are standing down. However, a load every week going forward. Three days later, the load began WikiLeaks began releasing the emails that were stoned from Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman. Joining artists cussin' now. Senior editor and legal correspondent for.
"sam nunn" Discussed on AM Joy
"Absolutely his own employee's but not all of them not all of us how should say but if he sends the weakness he would just tony on and he jumped on when if you took it that was to him the the license to do what everyone was really insulting terribly in front of other people and mean and he did threaten to far people what he never would fire them because they were doing their jobs yeah and there's there's a statement of the new york times article that donald trump is like first avenue his loyalty only goes one way but you were talking about how he demands absolute loyalty does that mean loyalty meaning willing to go to prison for donald trump you know i don't think that anyone ever thought in terms of that kind of loyalty although one of his security people said one that he would kill for donald on which you know i don't think anyone would do i don't think anyone will go through for to prison for donald either that's never been tested yeah absolutely let's talk about the other person that he could be talk met and we don't know he's talking about but rogers tone has said some untorn things about sam nunn berg and the new york times that same piece quotes this ironically says sam nunn berg michael cohen now holds the leverage over trump and he's a former aide to trump who worked for mr cohen and baraja stone number said that mr cohen should maximize that leverage and he added whenever anyone complains to me about trump's screwing them over my reflexive responses that person has nothing to complain about compared to michael so today president from joined the don't be a snitch movement that we might as well edit it has tax niches get stitches because ask.
"sam nunn" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Heavyweights people that they thought were we're gonna run against him in one thousand nine hundred mario cuomo the governor of new york and sam nunn prominent senator those guys decided not to run because they thought george herbert walker bush having won the persian gulf war was literally invincible surprise surprise bill clinton won in one thousand nine hundred so just be warned that there's a long time between now and november the second thing is isn't it really a good thing that the democratic party apparently has gotten a lot more mature i'm watching a lot of the feedback on msnbc hall on cnn on fox and the former dnc chairman former governor of pennsylvania ed rendell was on again former chair of the party do you want to hear hit analysis of what happened last night listen to this the core values of the democratic party going back fifty years our values it most americans agree with and we've gotten away from them we play vanity politics it isn't good i tell my progress that we've gotten away from this we play identity politics and it isn't good quickly but listen to what he's saying the the core values of the democratic party going back fifty years our values at most americans agree with and we've gotten away from them we play politics it isn't good i tell my progressive friends i said connor lamb will cast a very important vote and the vote that you should care most about that's for the next speaker of the house whether it's nancy pelosi somebody else if it's a democrat we can bring legislation to the floor that we can't get through florida that's the single most important thing no the single most important things and it isn't good i tell my progressive friends this guy carter lamb he ran as a republican he didn't rag on trump he supported the tax cuts talked about how he benefited the middle class he's a pro second amendment guy marine former federal prosecutor here's a more than said former spokesperson for george w bush absolutely and it's a conservative district but i agree completely with larry that that he lamb has got a chance to win but the reason he's got a chance to win this because he's a political unicorn he's a.
"sam nunn" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"21 minutes after the hour on the michael medved show who is sam nunn berg that all of mass media should be so cognizant of him he's literally somebody that whose name you probably hadn't heard until yesterday and all of a sudden sam nunn berg is a big big deal why is that well it's because he is the least articulate the most in coherent the most confused uh the most embarrassing of all the former trump aides you can find a whole picks by the way to her credit it's interesting she was white house communications director but nobody even knows what our voice sounds like because he never gave interviews she was shy people just know about hope picks she was former model she's very beautiful look at but now the white house has lost hope but i'm bump she is no longer the white house communications director president trump will have to find a vra sixth white house communications director fine and that's basically the point the reason they're giving all this time to sam nunn burke the reason all of a sudden he has emerged from obscurity and he's an embarrassment of course he's an embarrassment is not just to run rundown trump they can't really do that effectively with sam nunn bird because he appears to have turned against trump and he appears a by the way he he never ever had anything to do with a transition team or with the white house he was longgone and already on the outs with president trump before the russian investigation even start it so the idea that he is somehow going to be a key piece of the puzzle lord bring the present down it's nonsense the reason he's getting all the stench and as they have a new narrative you know the new narrative is it's white house chaos it's that nothing and have been in the white house because a trump has a very different administrative style do i think there is chaos in the white house there's obviously chaos in the white house the obvious the white house is obviously being poorlyrun and president trump needs some help and again the narrative right now just have.
"sam nunn" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Up the sunday it's meet the press the embassy in washington longest running show its television pistole this is the press good sunday morning to be frank were running out of ways to say we've never seen a week like this one before let's review monday omer trump campaign aides sam nunn berg appears on cable tv all over cable tv and insists he will not comply with the subpoena to appear before special counsel robert muller screen jury by friday he was appearing before robert muller special grand jury tuesday mr trump's decision to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum leads his chief economic adviser gary cohn to announce he stepping down wednesday we learned that president trump's lawyer recently obtained a restraining order to prevent port actress stormy daniels from talking about her alleged affair with the president wednesday night the washington post report that muller has learned that a secret meeting in the seychelles islands before the president took the oath was designed to create a back channel to the rush since thursday president trump signs proclamations on the steel and aluminum tariffs as america's allies promised to retaliate friday we're all talking about the i alone can fix it president who announced a meeting with north korea's kim jongun then last night in pennsylvania the president bashing opponents and praising himself while purportedly campaigning for republican congressional candidates cone against the democrat conner lam bottom line the head snapping week of screaming headlines in seat of the pants decisions is indeed the presidency donald trump promised and the presidency he seems most comfortable with you know he's you remember you citizen how easy it is to be presidential but europea outta here right now of a you'd be so board president trump on leaf campaigning in southwestern pennsylvania the official rates and a stop prorepublican rexecode who's at a tough special election but the president had another campaign in mind his own grow new slogan when we short running in can you believe in two years from now is going to be key america gray exclamation point and picking familiar targets as well as the new was can.
Florida governor signs gun-safety bill into law after school shooting
"Administration hasn't really come up with a great plan on that so it's a huge gamble i daskalos the white house editor for bloomberg news watching all of the activity on the korean peninsula force coming up on bloomberg politics policy power in law we're going to have more on goldman sachs e l blanc finds decision to step down in that time line first let's get the latest world and national headlines with bloomberg's nancy lyons in washington thanks amy while everyone is talking about it vice president mike pence says north korea's desire to meet to discuss denuclearization is evidence president trump's strategy to isolate the camera zhang is working and in a statement he says the north koreans are coming to the table even though the us is made no concessions senator marco rubio appeared on cbs this morning he says he believes kim john on is willing to meet with trump for one of two reasons number one kendra mona supremely confident that he now has leverage over the united states because he believes we believe but he can strike us or be he's under some level of pressure threatened says regime and he feels like he needs to show the elites in this country that he is any strong position and that he is willing to do things in good people hope that things are going to get better on another issue senator rubio says he believes today florida governor rick scott will sign a four hundred milliondollar school safety bill that includes new gun controls and a provision to allow some teachers in florida to be armed scott is against arming teachers he will be meeting today with families of the seventeen people were killed in the park land florida school shooting the governor has fifteen days to sign the measure veto it or let it become law without his signature a former trump campaign aide is testifying before a grand jury today in washington sam nunn berg had insisted in a series of series of define interviews monday that he intended to defy a subpoena issued by special counsel robert muller's office by the end of the day he said he would likely cooperate global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i mean line thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll this news update is brought to you by national realty developers of prime new york hoboken philadelphia and delray beach real estate up to.
Adam Schiff says Corey Lewandowski stonewalled answers on several topics
"From allies the members of his own party president trump signs tariffs on imported steel and aluminum the american steel aluminum industry has been ravaged by aggressive foreign trade practices it's really an assault on account there are carveouts for canada and mexico on potentially other allies speaker paul ryan ways in on tariffs during a stop at home depot headquarters here after receiving a demo in a couple of home depot product speaker paul ryan took questions from employees at the company's headquarters tariffs on steel and aluminum the first one aspirated hours talking about that in a car you i said i bet somebody brings up i said do they sell things with steel and aluminum in them in both ryan not a fan of the president's plan my hope is that at the end of the day we can make this more targeted in surgical so that we can focus on a legitimate problem dumping and unfair trade practices which are taking job in cobb county sandra parrish wsb arizona republican senator jeff flake intends to introduce a bill to nullify the tariffs though colleagues call that a long shot in the russia investigation of 503 former trump campaign manager corey lewandowski testifies before the house intelligence committee local operational coordination for their any questions he had an answer intergovernmental of water but ranking democrat adam schiff says lewis dusky stonewalled some questions and he wants to subpoena another former campaign manager paul manafort pleads not guilty to new federal charges filed by the special council a protester through a russian flag adam is manafort entered the federal courthouse in alexandria virginia a trial date has been set for july despite a daylong cable news tirade former trump campaign aide sam nunn berg does intend to honor a subpoena to testify before the grand jury today he's been asked to turn over thousands of emails with others involved in the campaign authorities released panicked 911 calls from students reporting a shooter through high school and parkland florida hello hello moe please let today governor scott me to families of the victims decides whether to sign a law that.
Paul Manafort pleads not guilty to tax fraud, other charges
"Collusion now is dead figures other were unfounded after year of study this been absolutely no collusion i will say this there is collusion but it's really with the democrats and the russians far more than it is with the republicans and the russian so the witchhunt continues i had no phone calls had no meetings no nothing the russians had no impact on our votes whatsoever but certainly there was meddling and probably there was meddling from other countries and maybe other individuals in just a moment in this very studio will be joined by jeremy peters of the new york times who has no reporting on the president's mindset these days about this investigation which he luckily has promised to share it with all of us and there were other related developments in the case today trump's former campaign manager paul manafort was arraigned in federal court in virginia where he pleaded not guilty to tax and bank fraud charges that's a separate case from the one in washington c across the river where he's already pleaded not guilty to conspiracy money laundering and other charges related to his work for pro russian politicians in ukraine he is under house arrest and both jurisdictions require that he be monitored electronically and that means he will now be sporting dual ankle bracelets an accessory not lost on a protester today outside court bracelet hey traitor reply russians flying your support will not america to get rush soon paul manafort will now face two separate criminal trials later this year rick gates his former business partner and deputy on the trump campaign he has pleaded guilty he's now cooperating with team muller tomorrow the special prosecutor is scheduled to hear from another witness sam nunn bird the one time trump campaign adviser who launched that notable one day media blitz this week to say he would defy his subpoena that sam nunn berg has since thought better of it and will now testify before a grand jury in washington tomorrow he has already been questioned by muller's team remember here's what he said about that on this very network.
"sam nunn" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Trump campaign may have colluded with the russians but none burg refuses to appear before a federal grand jury okay here's how you get the to the term fake news did you hear that last statement by cbs he didn't say that threats and if you guys can find it for me anybody can find of all the rantings of sam nunn behr yesterday he never said that he feels that there is evidence of collusion with the russians in fact he said the opposite he said collusion is is foolishness and idiotic and everything else where's the clip guys actually which clip is the one where he says that he has something that the that the that muller has something you know which clipped that is the one cut four okay here we go listen to what he set do you think that they have something on the president he may have done something the election but i don't think that explain that unless you're in there he said that a lot a lot of the statements that sam nunn burke said he he did many many injuries in that statement i can't explain explain it unless you were in there he has he had sat down with the muller people was it muller himself that he sat down with i'm not even clear on that but he sat down with investigators lawyers and he was grilled and so he he he basically said in many of these interviews he said the collusion was nonexistent there's no such thing and he also said other things like you know he called the president new idiot listen assem number by freddie a lot of money on legal for you a lot of other people are here donald trump causes because he did eighty s so the he kind of he really just went off okay but the statement that cbs listen to what they say that the all i we have is sam nunn berg saying i think he may have something on a meaning i think muller might have something on trump and i can't explain why and he says and i don't know in you would've had to be there for me to know why i think that so he thinks that muller has some bit of information that he can use against trump but not collusion because he says elsewhere in the many interviews that he.
"sam nunn" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The of the twenty one minutes after the hour at medved show who is sam nunn enberg that all of mass media should be so cognizant of him he's literally somebody that whose name you bird until yesterday and all of a sudden sam nunn berg is a big big deal why is that well it's because he is the least articulate the most in coherent the most confused uh the most embarrassing of all the former trump aides you can find a hopex by the way to her credit it's interesting she was white house communications director but nobody even knows what a voice sounds like because he never gave interviews she was shy people just know about hope picks she was former model she's very beautiful to look at but now the white house has lost hope but i'll bump she is no longer the white house communications director president trump will have to find a vra sixth white house communications director fine and that's basically the point the reason they're giving all this time to sam nunn berg the reason all of a sudden he has emerged from obscurity and he's an embarrassment of course he's an embarrassment is not just to run down trump they can't really do that effectively with sam nunn burden because he appears to have turned against trump and he appears a by the way he he never ever had anything to do with a transition team or with the white house he was longgone and already on the outs with president trump v4 the russian investigation even start it so the idea that he is somehow going to be a key piece of the puzzle lord down it's nonsense the reason he's getting all this tension as they have a new narrative you know the new narrative is it's white house chaos it's that that happened in the white house because a trump has a very different administrative style do i think there is chaos in the white house there's obviously chaos in the white the white house is obviously being poorlyrun and president trump needs some elp and ah again the new alledged is tipped to be cleared that they are going on on multiple barrels and i don't think it's going to work.
Trump holds joint news conference with Swedish prime minister
"I welcome to our little show very compelling moment in the world donald trump sweden the swedish president prime minister prime minister president all of the above yes it wherever you would like to be from sweep it's a joint news conference with the swedish prime minister of with these swedish prime minister's getting count them up zero question right because nobody has any idea what to say the poor guy why he stands there as donald trump is grilled about everything from tariffs under the sisters sam nunn berg two jared kushner robert muller north korea and all by the way mr president who that guy to your left that's the sweetest prime minister who has nothing going on now he has nothing nothing to say nor will he have anything except i love it when trump every now you're it's a beautiful country beautiful beautiful people they have their their he only got to the room with a smile on his face constantly what's he doing here beautiful beautiful beautiful what are you doing here well do anything for you you got all goods say they're all these leader hazard the annual trip they boondoggle the junket to dc where they stay at the trump hotel and wined and dined they're gonna have a big party at the swedish embassy tonight yet outta that's what they do well it's election day jeff it's election day right.
Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act, Office of Special Counsel says
"I'm rick van cise bill o'neill at the editor's desk headlines of federal watchdog says white house counselor kellyanne conway violated the federal law prohibiting government officials from using their positions to influence political campaigns the office of special council says conway violated the hatch act twice last year when she advocated for embattled alabama gop senate candidate roy more the white house disputes the findings the former lead bodyguard who had an extramarital affair with nashville mayor megan berry has pleaded guilty to theft a property robert forrest plea coming shortly after berry herself pleaded guilty to the same charge and announced her resignation from office former trump campaign aide sam nunn burke zang yesterday no no way well he cooperate with special counsel robert muller and then pulled back saying maybe he will after all 24 hours after the story broke where do things stand now linda we've got washington post senior political reporter aaron blake tracking the latest joining us on the komo news langan afternoon aaron all right that's a loaded question where do things stand right now while the latest seems to be that he has decided to cooperate with the investigation after a a roundabout 24 hours lots of conflicting signals uh the post is reporting today that he is in fact going through this emails he does in fact seem to be cooperating so uh the entire seen from monday uh i'm not sure what purpose it served uh because we're basically in the same position as he would have been if he had just agree to do so in the first place and i was my next question what is his motivation or strategy at this morning i guess who we really just don't know no i i think that it's it's possible this was this was some kind of a stunt uh he is a close political ally of reicher style uh who is known for doing these kinds of bizarre things he calls it performance art roger stone does uh another example of this in in there are certainly people who are close to sam that bird who have expressed this concern which is that may have just um kind of had a little bit of a break maybe he just kinda caved in to the pressure started talking in just couldn't stop himself from talking uh i think i've seen her report uh you know there was a reporter who.
"sam nunn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Russians where's my headline anyone kasama give me my headline so i'm watching this thing transpire yesterday while broadcasting i'm watching various cable networks they're nice start looking at twitter and i see people that i respect who who know things reacting on twitter saying that vise anyone carrying what sam nunn berg says senator this is ridiculous and by the way even more importantly and here's a question nobody's asking why is the special counsel robert muller carrying what's semnan perk things why is he being subpoenaed for all of this information did do people really i think that these socalled collusion with putin and the russian government began even before the first republican debate is trump that brilliant of maniacal this is the man that they said was mentally unstable and illequipped and uh god the what's the word that they always used during the campaign of that that he was you know the that he was ineligible to be president that he was that that that because of his behaviour because of his lack of experience his lack of intelligence his lack of a demeanor all of the reasons that that he was disqualified that's what they would always say disqualified so this same guy who doesn't know anything is mentally deranged mentally unstable and frankly because of all those things is disqualified from even running for president let alone being prison united states is also at the same time so brilliant maniacal and machiavellian that he put together a collusion plot with vladimir putin and russia before the first republican parades in 2015 it goes all the way back there and by the way their subpoenaing this guy number exzema ills in transactions and communications with steve bannon i'm sorry to break this to everybody but steve bannon didn't joined the trump campaign until august of twenty sixteen so i if when you put your little time line together in your brain on all of this noon berg left the trump campaign august 2015 bannon didn't joined the trump campaign for a whole year later but somehow they all worked out some sort of collusion with putin and the russian government dan ii it's remarkable here's the best thing though so known berg goes on msnbc with that ari mellman guy who didn't ask a follow up and didn't even.
Einstein note fetches $6,100 at Jerusalem auction
"Man in the graveyard trevor bailey's was eighty for all battalion stein it turns out the lower retraction was relative a handwritten note by the nobel winning scientists is going up for auction in jerusalem the note was written to a young woman who apparently caught design during a trip to italy when his auctions and exhibitions says einstein was visiting his sister in florence in october nineteen twenty one and learn the two young chemistry student named elisabetta pechiney lived in the apartment upstairs his says einstein who was forty two at the time was interested in meeting the twenty two year old woman who was the daughter of a famous chemist unfortunately feinstein she turned him down when he left florence he left the sign notes in german to the scientific researcher at whose feet high lay in sat for two fold days as eightfriendly souvenir that phrase to lie it somebody's feet is an expression of a faction in german it would quick reversal ap's mike rossi reports of warmer trump campaign aide though indicates he may cooperate with the special counsel after spending much of monday vowing to defy a subpoena from special counsel robert muller former trump campaign aide sam nunn byrd told the associated press last night he will find a way to comply in a telephone interview numbered said i'm going to end up cooperating with them muller wants numbered to appear before a grand jury and to turn over thousands of emails and other communications with other former trump officials numbered was only with the trump campaign until august when he fifteen he was fired after racists social media postings became public mike rossi a washington a new mayor in nashville i'm ed donahue with an eight p news minute nashville mayor megan berry had earlier admitted to an affair with her bodyguard today the mayor and the bodyguard pleaded guilty to theft charges later very resigned the continued climb that i will watch but i will watch as a private citizen the mayor on the bodyguard pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from the city of nashville while they were carrying out their affair republican leaders say the house will vote on a school safety bill next week as congress struggles to respond to the deadly shooting at a high school and parkland florida the bill would implement federal school threat assessment protocols designed to prevent school shootings a teacher walk out his over in west virginia.
"sam nunn" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A sabs zack clearly disturbed on balanced individual by the name of non berg when i saw this remember these oj simpson movies the the the paredes on police a police squad or whatever he played this idiot cop name nordberg tome i can think of when i kept seen this guy's name lundberg i thought i was watching a comedy about i'm watching a comedy movie here sam nunn nobody ever heard is sam nunn burgan that's why sam nunn merg is a basket case he wants desperately to be heard of like every other millennial out their desperate to be known desperate for everybody to know who is desperate to have his life have meaning desperate to be famous but your life is never going to have meaning if you don't have any responsibility in this guy clearly doesn't have any responsibility analogy is that agitates him he was fired i think for the trump campaign three times he was sued for ten million dollars for violating an nba a nondisclosure agreement but we're supposed to all be breathless m speechless at the things this guy was saying even though he's been fired three times at least he had low level staff jobs i mean the real question if you want to really explore this is what to hell with this guy do it anywhere near a campaign you know how did that happen but to think that this guy has the goods these people they go to bed at night dreaming of waking up with the magic bullet piece of evidence that trump and putin our friends and colluded installing election from hillary they dream of waking up with that story dropping right in their lap that is how they begin every day they began every day thinking it's going to happen praying it's going to have well over but praying hoping it's going to happen believing that it is happening when some lunatic like this shows up i'm sorry when some disturbed individual crying out for attention shows up and start saying exactly what they want to hear a.
Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg apparently changes tune on Mueller grand jury subpoena
"Former trump campaign aide now indicates he may cooperate with a special council after spending much of monday vowing to defy a subpoena from special council robert muller forward trump campaign aide sam nunn byrd told the associated press last night he will find a way to comply in a telephone interview none briggs said i'm going to end up cooperating with them muller wants numbered to appear before a grand jury and to turn over thousands of emails and other communications with other former trump officials numbered was only with the trump campaign until august twenty fifteen he was fired after racists social media postings became public mike rossio washington warnings are being sent to eighteen states after an arizona department of agriculture veterinarian confirmed.
"sam nunn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Would cooperate weren't make but you know i'm a different breed of cat and he's being sarcastic i hope you're supposed to cooperate rubber muller the verdy given over thousands of pages and we know about the list from axios yesterday jonathan swan i wonder if this was jonathan swan source because he says one of the people that was subpoenaed gave us a list of the people that they have to produce all these emails and text messages communications with and that seems to be know what we got here so no one would ever sue sector was sam nunn berg by now he's subpoenas to tell his story so it must be somewhat relevant in front of a grand jury says this about the trump tower meeting cut five president trump says he knew nothing about the meeting do you think that that's true you don't think that's fair he he talked about a week before and i don't know why he did we have the to say yeah we put the worst for russia's offered or something can we thought they had something share that with good i don't know why he won around tries somewhat normal but then people liked the message he got cut seven curious talking to us errand burnett who also would later say he says smells like he's been drinking cut seven polar stuck in a seventy to prison for this this is ridiculous look at this carter page critics what the carter page awhile i'm not going to go over when i have fifteen emails a day with roger stone instinct ban in steve bannon you could go to present at us once again donald trump's inaugural ludwig the right donald what vitamin d putin is to smart than color donald trump so at that point arab got to this point cut tim we talked earlier about white people in the white house were saying about you know whether you you were you were drinking or on drugs or whatever they had happened today i'm talking to you here i.
Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg apparently changes tune on Mueller grand jury subpoena
"A stunning statement from north korea more tariff push back i'm evan haning as north korea's kim jongon welcome south korean diplomats took yangyang correspondent andrew stevens reports kim's government has issued a surprising statement that north is committed to denuclearization of the korean peninsula i'm just reading this out now and says that there is no reason to retain a nuclear program if the threats to north korea is result south and north korea security is guaranteed is also listen to this they expressed a willingness to talk with the united states in an open dialogue to discuss the issue of denuclearization and to normalize relations with north korea north and south korea have reportedly agreed to summit talks next mark o'meley conservative republicans oppose president trump's decision to high tariffs on imported aluminum and steel although house speaker paul ryan is against the president's plan white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders says they'll just have to agree to disagree great relationship with speaker ryan to continue to have won but that doesn't mean we have to agree on everything its primary day in texas a texans will leave the house before the next term also up for reelection senator ted cruz and the governor and lieutenant governor correspondent clayton that reports many texans have already voted early voting in the texas primary solve a number of democratic voters doubled from 2014 and soul a fifteen percent increase in republican voters former trump campaign aide sam nunn berg is refusing to comply with a grand jury subpoena in the russia investigation while numbered set an already sat down with investigators for five hours he is the first former aide to refuse the special counsel openly muller's already spoken with people like former chief strategist steve bannon attorney general jeff sessions and more i number however making it clear he does not intend to gender that liz once a rush hour overly milk shake in washington i'm where he minutes right now dow s p.
"sam nunn" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Monday afternoon publicly saying he would rip up his pena a former trump aide sam nunn bird at told the associated press he will cooperate with special counsel robert moller's investigation number gave several interviews monday in one he called president trump the manchurian candidate and he told cnn he's not concerned about what the white house has to say about him i really could care less what the to put the trump white house has has they have a president as you know what was your poll that euproduced last week erin what does he had 38 percent talk about his approval rating yeah his approval rating so any of them to criticise me i could tell you if roger me were in there trump will be a 55 percent rajistan guess roger stone so what what whatever they want to say they could say whatever they want about me i don't care once again i would say they're doing a terrible job for him and they've been doing a terrible job in perpetrate it they've been doing terrible job since he's been elect are they trying to do some coordinated anya by reaching out to reporters those things about your state of mind today either i realizes the first thing i've ever this is the first time i've heard about this take their board that they can do whatever they work here's what here's what i be willing to do and i've thought about this in a previous interview i would be willing to go in for testimony i wanted to be fair i don't want them to target roger they could be targeting rod date they could what i think is look paul manafort rick gates crooks there were crooks they didn't pay their they've been pay taxes and charged i believe they were i believe that there were crooks that i've heard that they've been very loose lebanese what.
"sam nunn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The trump campaign yeah says you can't comment on his lack of knowledge well the of we think it was question to ask because again he wasn't part of the campaign when the trump meeting when when donald trump jr had the meeting at trump hotel asking cnn things trump is going to be impeached how does the white house respond to them how is sarah 43 what are they know is sarah sanders is phenomenal i keeping her call she truly she is made for this job yeah she entries succeeded in doing the thing you're supposed to do which does not make much news from that podium let's go to ari mellberg talking on msnbc to sam nunn berg yesterday i think some people are worried about you and they're worried about what you're doing i think other people are upset because we just show the white house which doesn't want to comment on this was fine of you so clearly you parachute salary should shut up the freeway here in the eye of a store shut out let me ask you this terrible terrible community in by the way hurt by the way her presidential the person she defend every day he is a 35 percent approval rating she shut our mouths let me ask you the important question do you understand warning or by the way to shut about the end that you have a legal obligation to comply at that point when you say you're warning her to shut your mouth what is very number do he just keep plowing ahead with his dumb question how 'bout stop the guy your guest just told you he's warning the press secretary of the probe of the white house to shut her mouth what does that mean exactly that's the obvious follow up now that's barrick by i have a legal technically i have a legal obligation but robert muller and the team is going to have to decide if they really want every communication with steve bannon either roger stone i think they've decided and let me read to you because this is important defying a subpoena is a jailable offense on reading to you here under the rules the court may holding content that's funny who disappeared if you're saying that they've set a friday deadline in your mind hero driver they wanted to three pm deadline for the documents and then a friday deadline for you to.
7th set of remains linked to alleged 'planter pot' serial killer, police say
"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman in Florida. The state Senate has passed a measure on guns lawmakers say will improve school safety and peers. Greg, Alan reports, it puts some restrictions on gun purchases and would let some School employees be armed The bill, narrowly passed Florida Senate The Honore oppose provisions that banned, bump stocks, impose a three-day waiting period, and raise the aged, twenty one for all gun purchases. So Republicans voted 'no. Most Democrats also opposed the bill because allow some School employees to begin carrying guns. Lauren book a Democrat, who represents a district that is home to some of the school students and parents said while she wanted more from bill, she was voting. Yes, we have been elected to represent the will of the people there will is clear. Let's get something done. The bill also include some four hundred million dollars to expand mental health services to hire more school resource officers and upgrade school security. It now moves to Florida's House. Greg, Alan NPR News Tallahassee, Lawyers for entertainer, Bill Cosby are in court. His prosecutors ask a judge to let nineteen women testify who've accused him of sexual assault. Bobby Allen of member station WHYY reports Cosby's lawyers say the additional witnesses will make jurors biased in his criminal re-trial prosecutors said in court that Cosby had a decade-long pattern of drugging and molesting women. Something government lawyers called a quote, sadistic sexual scrapped. So they're hoping a judge permits, nineteen other women to take the stand against Cosby, including actress Janice Dickinson. Prosecutors, said the additional accusers will help defend the credibility of the main accuser, Andrea Constand, who will be likely subjected to intense cross-examination as she was during the first trial that ended in a hung jury last summer. But defence lawyer Tom as a row as expected to argue that the other incidents are unsubstantiated and will distract the jury from the one episode at the heart of the trial. For NPR News, I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia, UN Secretary, General Antonio Guiterrez has appointed former. New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg as his special envoy for climate action. Linda Kasulo reports. The appointment comes a year in advance of a UN summit on global warming UN Secretary, General Antonio Guiterrez said that he appointed Michael Bloomberg to the post to help him persuade governments and businesses to accelerate implementation of the two thousand fifteen Paris Climate Accord. Bloomberg who has called on nations not to emulate President Trump's decision to pull the US out of the agreement, expressed hope that the president would change his mind. Linda FISU low reporting, the National Weather Service says, blizzard conditions are hitting the Northern Plains and upper Midwest. Parts of the Dakotas could get more than a foot of snow. By the end of the day today, there's significant accumulation as far south is Iowa. The Weather Service says, this will turn into a nor'easter as it tracks into the northeast this week affecting the mid-Atlantic states up to New England. Some cities could get between six and ten inches of snow. This is NPR. Former Trump campaign official Sam Nunn Burke announced yesterday. He did not want to cooperate with a subpoena issued by special counsel. Robert Muller in the Russia investigation. Number made several TV appearances. He says, he's been summoned to appear before a grand jury Friday to turn over many e-mails related to the Trump campaign. But by last evening, Number reversed his statements and suggested he would cooperate. Number was fired from the Trump campaign and White House officials say he's never worked. There. Police in Toronto, Canada have released. Another set of human remains linked to the alleged serial killer. Bruce MacArthur, as Dan carbon Chuck reports of 30s have released a photograph of the victim, hoping someone can identify him the photos of a middle-aged bearded man with his eyes partially closed. It was released during a news conference were police announced. They had discovered a seventh victim investigators say the man was likely dead when the photo was taken, but refused to say how or when they got the photograph the lead investigator says releasing. The photo was a last resort. As they hope to identified the victim enclosed that part of their investigation Police, say the six previous victims at disappeared from Toronto's gave village or had ties to the LGBTQ community remains of all the victims, including the latest were discovered in platters where the Sixty-six-year-old MacArthur worked as a self-employed landscaper For NPR News and Dan carping, Chuck and Toronto. The United Nations says a humanitarian aid. Convoy unserious eastern Gouta enclave could not fully deliver supplies. The effort to get aid into eastern good comes after attempts continue to fail to secure a ceasefire that will at civilians flee the besieged area. This is NPR.
Florida lawmakers approve bill to restrict rifle sales, allow some teachers to carry guns
"Of the northeast including new york amd boston may get another foot of snow tomorrow cassi hct lives in howell massachusetts where last week storm knocked out the power in flooded part of the town he did lose heat and all that because of the flooding i've got about probably four and a half feet of water in my basement right now but you know i'll fixable its if we lived through with other matters she talked to whdh tv the same storm that's moving toward the northeast hit the west yesterday with freezing rain heavy snow and strong winds parts of north dakota and minnesota got nine inches of snow three weeks after a gunman shot seventeen people dead at a high school in florida the state senate has decided to restrict rifles sales and allow some teachers to carry guns the bill now goes to the state house ryan petty whose daughter elena was killed that day says lawmakers have to do something no family should endure or what we have endured we implore our state leaders and specifically the florida legislature to demonstrate the ability to take action former trump campaign aide sam nunn berg says he'll probably cooperate after all none berg spent yesterday telling one tv interviewer after another that he would defy a subpoena from special counsel robert muller in the russia investigation the last night he told us bill probably cooperate after all white house press secretary sarah sanders says the president is worried about none berg as we've said many times before uh there was no collusion with the trump campaign um anything further on what his actions are he hasn't worked at the white house uh so i certainly can't speak to him or the lack of knowledge that he clearly house president trump's republican allies or plead in with him not to tax steel and aluminum imports but he says he's not backing down this is ap radio news the fda says it needs more inspectors defined opioids in the mail disguised as other drugs ap correspondent jackie quinn is in washington fda commissioner scott gottlieb says he needs more staffers to inspect more than.
Florida lawmakers approve bill to restrict rifle sales, Oregon follows suit
"Forty three seventy night news i'm dave packer not going to do it a former trump campaigned advisory says he won't obey a subpoena to testify to the special counsel's grand jury investigating russia this as a top house lawmaker says he wants to question him we get more from abc's check secrets and sam nunn berge among a fairly large group of witnesses that need to testify says top democrat on the house intelligence committee california's adam schiff from novocur has to shed on what the president new report from bloomberg says he's already been interviewed five and a half hours by the special counsel he was on msnbc cooperate why do i happen he hours over by either presidential press secretary sarah sanders as we said many times before uh there was no collusion with the trump campaign jokes iverson abc news later to the associated press lundberg predicted he would end up cooperating with a special council part two of a onetwo punch for the northeast the region bracing for its second winter storm in a week friday's nor'easter caused the deaths of at least nine people left hundreds of thousands without power many still with the lights out this man in westchester county new york bank police got a generator to keep his family warm hooked up to our refrigerator and some of i he uh some of the neighbors aren't as lucky as we are but it's frustrating a new storm could dump up to a foot of snow in some areas in florida the senate passing by a narrow margin a bill to put restrictions on rifles sales and allows them teachers to carry guns in schools and a ripple effect of gun legislation after the park lane school massacre oregon wasted no time reacting to the florida school shooting joining the chorus of voices calling for restrictions on gun sales to those guilty of domestic abuse now the challenge will be to update and coordinate databases containing records of those charged with crimes the disqualify people from gun ownership abc news legal analyst royal oakes you're listening to.
East Coast braces for another storm days after powerful nor'easter
"Washington of former trump campaigned aid is to comply with the subpoena from special counsel robert muller sam nunn burg told msnbc he doesn't believe he should have to handover emails he exchanged with former colleagues including roger stone an x white house chief strategist steve bannon and numbered who was an early trump campaign adviser says he won't appear before a grand jury muller is investigating russian meddling in the 2016 campaign but the white house maintains there was absolutely no collusion between the trump campaign and any foreign government white house correspondent greg clugston late monday and burke says he'll probably at a cooperating east coast residents could the effort other store of this week just days after last week's nature nor'easter that knocked out power to millions of homes and businesses there is another storm expected on wednesday beginning tuesday night into early thursday morning joan mcdonald in new york who is westchester counties director of operations as con edison continues to work to get customers out of the dark we've gotten confirmation from khan addison that it is one of the top five uh storm uh for power outage in their in their history what are storms.
Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg apparently changes tune on Mueller grand jury subpoena
"With news on the go go online on the nextradio app on 93 wibc h hd y indianapolis before the gun bill advances by jack callahan fox news though state senator in florida passing a bill that would allow some teachers to carry guns and raises the age to buy long guns from eighteen to twenty one several students and parents rallied for the bill's passage outside stillman douglas high school including max scheckter whose 14yearold son was killed at federal bureau of investigation's the broward sheriff's office the legislators they all failed me tell my seinfeld all these 16th families florida house will consider the bill next oregon's governor cape brown signed the country's first gun control laws since last month's shooting in florida if blocks domestic abusers of those under restraining orders from owning firearms in oregon and oregon man is filed an age discrimination law of discrimination lawsuit against walmart and dick's sporting goods both companies restricted sales of their stores to people over twenty one gun sales but pointing out that state law oregon allows gun purchases at age eighteen nineteen year old tighter watson says was policies are discriminatory a former trump campaign aide who promised to defy a special council subpoena apparently reconsidering live of that fox's jill nato in washington sam nunn berg was an advisor to president trump's campaign he's been subpoenaed to appear in front of a grand jury in turnover thousands of emails but he told cnn and msnbc he wasn't going to do it and even said he thought that former trump a carter page had colluded with the russians but in a total reversal he's now telling associated press i'm going to end up cooperating with him white house spokeswoman sarah sanders asked what she thinks of none berg not going away until somebody that doesn't work at the white house a spokesman for the special counsel's office wouldn't comment jack flex jill wall street tricking off the tariff jitters the dow up three hundred thirty six points on monday dow futures are up modestly higher fox news ferid balance.
"sam nunn" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Some new data out there about turnout models for november and would it mean for the republicans hold on congress i'll get to when we come back uh i want to spend a little more time here though on uh what sam nunn byrd did on cnn with jake tapper eight listed he was eighty people cut a forget about sam nunn berg uh first of all back in two thousand fifteen a win ii invited drop to the red sea gathered that was held here in atlanta none berg was the guy who reached out an and i really didn't take trump seriously as a candidate at all at the time because he had reached out a in july right when trump was announced he is running and m e actually i take it back he he reach out before july fifteen before said trump was going to announce wanted to get him to the red state gathering and eight i'll to he said several emails following up an ultimately as insurer before then with the the making kelly stuff and what not uh rison in the invitation that but he was the low man on the totem pole after corey louis douse he got there he actually is the guy who can convinced trumped bring corey lewandowski onto the campaign uh he was intimately tied to roger still he ultimately was fired there is no love lost now he actually told jake tapper he believed that donald trump is a pawn of the russians in an potentially colluded with the russians he believes carter page colluded with the russians the says he thinks the miller investigation will show roger stone colluded with the russians uh that there was coordination now the white house has been really tried to push away the collusion sup but i gotta tell you that's the media spit on this if you pay attention to democrats they as well are trying to get past.
"sam nunn" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"But his new fbi director nominees says that his senate confirmation hearing he disagrees and chris raised says he would never pledged loyalty to the president as the former director james comey says as president trump requested of m my loyalty is to the constitution to the rule of law into the mission of the fbi and no one asked me for any kind of loyalty oath at any point during this process and i hacked didn't offer one white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders during his hearing chris wray continually displayed the strong character deep knowledge in moral integrity that make him as former democrat senator sam nunn testified the leader the fbi needs at this critical moment her boss president trump tells the christian broadcasting networks pat robertson if a senate republican health care bill does not pass will be very angry about it and a lot of people be very upset he leaves on a trip to paris deceived during the latest now in the case of four still missing men in pennsylvania from fox's grenell scott chris bond has been set at five million dollars cash were cosmo denardo the man police and prosecutors believe may be involved in the disappearances bucks county de aim at wine trope says denardo illegally obtained a car belonging to one of the missing men thomas media with the title unsigned by mayo there was no legal exchange of that vehicle wind trump says meals lifesaving diabetic it was still in the car when it was found on property belonging to deny does family the search continues with amend which wine trump says is intensifying north of philadelphia crisscross got thanks police in garden dale alabama are told the stay inside while police look for a suspect in a triple murder at a mobile home community the suspect kenneth beyond whatever is fifty two from florida the victims of his ex wife her sister and brotherinlaw liver is also facing child sex abuse charges and but there's a handful of people talk about.