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"sarah fagin" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on Nightline

"And joining me now ABC News contributor L Z Granderson and Republican Strategist Sarah Fagin Sarah. Let's begin with you. Wisconsin as we know, is a state president trump won by a hair in two thousand sixteen do you think is law and order message is resonating with voters there I do think it's resonating I think it's it's largely been very helpful in the context of swing. Voters, and of course, his his base whenever there is a tragic shooting, both sides tend to get very emotional. You have understandably black Americans very emotional about that. But then when you see violence and people lose property, naturally a more swing audience that's focused more on law and order message also gets their backup and so right now we're in a situation where everybody's put on. Jersey and nobody's really thinking about how do we move forward as a country on some of the systemic racism issues but also strong police force. But is there fear that he may alienate voters by doubling down on law and order? Well, I think it cuts both ways right so for his swing audience in Wisconsin I think it depends on what's going on in the news that. Day Yes they see a tragic shooting and they are very sympathetic to solving systemic racism issues. But when they see buildings burning because of rioting, they want strong law and order L Z. we both know how crucial it is for Joe Biden to energize black voters on election day does the visit there and his messaging in Kenosha help sit ups when he does it helps But that's just the beginning in terms of making sure to your point that the African voters are energized. Come out to the polls to support him. We're Kenosha is based because in a county that voted for president, Obama twice but barely voted for president trump. In Two thousand sixteen. So that tells you that that particular areas very purple if anything and it can be had by either candidate. So the question is who's message resonates more or energizes more vigils seem buildings, Bernie. Bloodshed that certainly seems to. Line up to what president trump is talking about the challenge. For Joe, Biden isn't simply to show empathy but also had a plan African Americans particularly those who are very progressive they're not satisfied with us just simply recognizing that there's racism in the country they want to know what you're going to do about it. Thank you so much Sarah Thank you L Z, appreciate your time. Think you guys. Coming up fighting the economic impact of Covid by finding hope online..

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

06:34 min | 6 months ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Uncertainties related to Kobe nineteen. The economy will look like by November for example, in our model tries to account for that uncertainty to the bottom line is too soon for a model for anybody else to be all that confident about what is going to happen. Fair caution right there from Neyla Springer. Roundtable now joined by Chris Christie. That Simpson Sarah Fagin. And rahm Emanuel the organ beer for our coverage all week long on the Convention Romo Start off by talking about the convention right now Joe Biden. Is the favorite hey you about eight points up what does he need to do this week? Canada Democrats do what they need to do in this virtual format will first of all, this is the we've all said it every time we've all been to a convention. Hopefully, this will be the last convention. It's hard to have a convention if you don't convene and so I think but the core question George is continuing what he's done with the excitement of Comma Harrison the appointment she's compass some key. One makes history to energizes base three she. Reassures the moderate swing voters. Four, she riles up trump five. Trump's fire away from buying towards her and she's returning the fire. Donald Trump is not going to win by attacking Comma Harris. He has to hurt in some way. Joe Biden and he hasn't accomplished. She is drawing all his fire in elections when you run for reelection. He's trying to repeat in two thousand, Sixteen Two Thousand Twenty successful reelections run a new campaign Sarah Fagin talk a lot about Kamala Harris right there. We have a new poll out this morning showing wide approval for Comma here is fifty four to twenty nine it seemed like she did what she needed to do at least on the announcement for the Biden ticket look she's an incredibly impressive accomplished person and and it's a historic moment for the country and all Americans should take pride in that having said that she was also painted as a moderate in the rollout and she's anything but and so there is going to be an opportunity particularly given Joe Biden's age. Senator. Harris. One heartbeat away from the presidency is not the moderate she's been portrayed to be Simpson. This is the case you're hearing. Now from the trump campaign, they seem to have settled on this. Is Not of a moderate but you you know you represent the progressive wing of the Democratic Party a lot of progressives at least at first weren't thrilled by choice. She was not our first choice. She was not our second choice, but we are excited that this is a historic moment because progressives care about representative democracy and so you know Joe Biden wasn't our first choice wasn't our second choice. We do know Kamala Harris though. For America endorsed her for Senate when she ran and we believe that she is someone we can talk to she will listen and so of all the likely choices she was probably the best one we could ask for, of course, we would have preferred a Stacey Abrams or maybe even Elizabeth Warren to accomplish here is we're excited about her nomination we love the historic nature of it and honestly as an African American woman leader I am excited about the fact that Joe Biden made the choice to put an African American Indian American woman on his ticket. Chris Christie pickup on this right now, and the point that that Ron made earlier that trump is training firearm commonly Harrison. Meanwhile, they haven't yet landed on a strategy for Joe Biden. I really, George I. think that's just this week phenomenon. Obviously, you know she's the news of the week this week and so the president is aiming his fire at the news of the week but I think that will change very quickly this week when Joe Biden is really put front and Center for the first time, we haven't seen a lot of them. Of late, we'll see him front and center this week then I think you'll see the campaign and the President and folks like the vice president. Training fire on Joe. Biden. Starting this week and believe me Joe Biden will I'm sure look upon this week as the good old days when he was shooting a Comma Harris, I don't think that'll continue for a long time. Let's talk a little bit more about this because we'll see what kind of cases made against Joe Biden this week. But one of things we've seen from the president basically for the last week is just this assault I mail in voting is that a smart strategy? It has the potential of making a lot of Republican voters who otherwise would vote by mail stay home. Well, I think that. There's been some real challenge in distinguishing between absentee voting and universal mail in voting and I think the White House and the president hasn't been a challenge because the difference is that great. Now, the difference is very significant actually, and so if you think about states like Oregon Washington that had been doing this for many many years, they had dynamic systems in place that if you move if you if you die, you're more likely to get the voter rolls updated quickly in a situation where. The state is not electronic like that. You know you're trying to jam the five weeks. You're just going to be mailing out ballots to people in nursing homes that may have passed away people who may have moved. I do think that that is imprudent and the country is not ready for universal mail and voting. But most states do have absentee voting and I think Republicans should champion no fault absentee voting we should champion absentee voting and area of in an era of a pandemic. But Universal Mail and voting is an entirely different animal that Simpson. You know I think all of the comments I'm still thinking about the comments by the president's chief of Staff All deflection all distraction. The reality is the efforts that the postmaster general are taking right now have to do with sabotaging and stealing an election helped me understand how shutting down sorting machines cutting overtime taking. actual. Taking mail boxes off the streets are going to help make this election more fair Donald Trump gave his directive. He does not want universal mail voting because he believes it will compromise his ability to win and he is appointed someone who not only wants to undermine the post office. But once they help him fulfill that objective he has been very direct it is not been complicated. Covert, it has been very clear and he should be stopped. I hope that Nancy Pelosi gets out gets the house together I hope that the Senate goes back and get it can get a couple reasonable republicans who understand that undermining the postal service does a lot of damage to a lot of Americans and we'll compromise this election and we'll call into question Republicans commitment to our democracy. Chris Christie One Republican has come forward. We saw Mitt Romney earlier in the program. I. Noticed in your State. Democrat Bill Pascrell is actually followed criminal referral against the campaign saying they're trying to suppress the vote..

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Abortion restrictions carry political risk for Republicans in 2020

Start Here

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Abortion restrictions carry political risk for Republicans in 2020

"When Alabama state Senate passed the most restrictive abortion Bill in the country. It was Thursday. When governor Kay Ivey signed, it the reaction was fierce on Friday on Saturday. All human life is precious. I'm outrage I'm scared through all this President Trump was silent until yesterday in a series of tweets, the president calling himself strongly, pro-life yet, separating himself from those laws that make no exception for rape, or incest, and also mentioning the twenty twenty election at the same time. And if you thought this issue had run out of fuel, this is what we could see later today in a few hours, the supreme court could say, whether it's taken up one of several crucial abortion cases, these petitions to the court come from Louisiana and Texas and Mississippi this past Friday, the justices discussed in Indiana law. That would make it harder to abort a fetus based on potential disability. Ben later today thousand miles away in Missouri at the state house protesters. Effected to gather were governor Mike Parsons, stands poised to sign a Bill that would outlaw abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy. Many women do not know they're pregnant by then, and that's why President Trump's four day silence was so notable because as the temperature has risen outside of Washington is put Republicans and the president himself in an awkward position. We've got ABC's deputy political director, maryalice parks, along with GOP strategist, and ABC news, contributor, Sara Fagan, and maryalice. Let's start with you. As we look across the country this morning. What are the politics of abortion for President Trump and the GOP? There's a reason that it wasn't just President Trump. But actually number of leading Republicans that said they thought that this abortion law passed Alabama went too far even for them. Alabama just passed restrictive abortion law in the country. It goes further than I believe, yes, I believe there's been kind of a conventional wisdom across the country that even really conservative pro-life laws would largely include exceptions notable exceptions rape, incest, or life of the mother, there was exceptions. That's exactly what Republicans have voted on in this house. That's what our platform, says, and this one in Alabama at notably did not. And I think it's worth, I remember that President Trump already has a woman problem, and this might exacerbate that, you know, the last time that ABC polled on this issue nearly two-thirds of Americans and seventy percent of women said that they wanted a women's ability to get an abortion to be about the same or easier than it is now. And then you add on top of that the fact that the president's numbers, women have just largely cratered since election day in two thousand sixteen and you could see a moment leading up to twenty twenty where women just continued to rally behind Democrats. And feel even more motivated to do so because of this extreme push in the Republican party once Sarah Fagin, where does this put the Republican party going into an election year? The there is a challenge for Republicans when they don't message human life properly, and I think in some of the cases, particularly in this situation in Alabama, the narrative has gotten out a little ahead, a one point, had the impression that women were criminalized that's actually not true. It's doctors. I mean, that's what was being reported because that's sort of thing got out ahead of itself. If patients, not criminalised under this law, though, say or if they wanted to get an abortion, they couldn't get one legally, you'd think they'd feel penalized at least but to Marietta's point about numbers. I mean what are GOP strategist telling their candidates running for reelection. Well, first of all, I think the, the most important thing is to be authentic be who you are and, and being pro-life as a tenant of the conservative movement, is tentative, many Republicans and people should be proud to be pro-life but you've got. Plane it. And, you know, when you when you ask people, whether their pro-life pro-choice a slight majority will save their pro choice when you talk about the many issues that surround the development of human life. Whether it's, you know, a when a when a child feels pain, when a heartbeat is noticeable when a child could live outside the womb, all of these issues elicit a very much shades of gray in the mind of the public short conversations around some views on life on choice, you know, rarely and in a way that is positive for Republicans. This is a conversation that takes a lot of explaining maryalice is that something Republicans want to spend their time explaining is that Democrats. I mean what side would rather seize on this in twenty twenty right now? Democrats seem to think that this might be more of a rallying cry for them. There is an all out, assault and attack by the Republican party across this nation to undermine womens bay. Basic reproductive rights, basic civil rights, but I think that you're right. You're getting on something bigger, which is that Republicans were largely hoping to not run on social and cultural issues. Also speak about the economy, speak about the economy. But sometimes it's not as exciting to talk about the economy, right? They want to tout the strong economy. The jobs numbers we've seen mainstream. Republicans even kind of shiver when that seems like the president is doubling down on the immigration issue. We all know what's happening. It's all about rubbing up the base using fear to stimulate people coming out at the poll. They would like to make this much more about trade and jobs and income and taxes sort of the Republican strongholds where you're the Republican strategist you've got the stake in miss. Does what you're seeing right now serve the interest of the party in a my own view is just watching the debate unfold. Fold and Alabama and Missouri as while in many ways, you know, I personally a pro-lifer applaud these things, I, I think, pull move it was had made great strides. And this probably from a debate of took them backwards. It's what you said it was charged on both sides. We will see both sides in the spotlight today. And of course going forward. Sarah Fagin, maryalice parks. Thank you both.

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"And it could only happen in the so-called information aid in front of television sets everywhere today, the world has been watching the president seemingly bear his soul about a sexual affair. That is terminated the country for all these months and on television, but mostly on the internet the world has had access to the most intimate details of the president and MRs Lewinsky's behavior and today, the independent counsel's report laid out almost a dozen reasons why he Mr. Starr thinks congress should consider impeaching the president more than twenty years ago. Ken Starr's report laid the groundwork for the impeachment of President Clinton accepting a very different report this time around from Robert Mueller. Let's talk about it. Now with our chief political analyst, Matthew Dowd public Sarah Fagin, also political director, and the George W Bush White House. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, author of the new book let me finish and former DNC chair former ABC contributor. But now, Fox News contributor, Donna Brazile. Joining us as well. And let me begin with you the last twenty two months. This White House has been under the cloud of the Muller investigation about twenty two months left in this term. And what we learn now from Robert Muller, depending on how much we learned could shape. The next twenty two months is Winston Churchill famously said it's not the end. It's not the beginning of the end. It may be the end of the beginning or the end of the beginning. You got it. To me that the fascinating about this is obviously, we don't know. What's in the report? Speculating exactly what it all means is hard to do in the midst of this. We don't know the why he did what he did in all of that. But I think the interesting thing about this to me is it never was going to be what so many people thought it was going to be on either side on either side. That's what's fascinating about this. Is that the president thought Bob Muller's after he's after me he's going to get him? He's going to get him. He's going to get his kids. He's he's called it a witch hunt. Even Jim Jordan was bashed by Muller, bashed the investigation and all that. And then people on the left and many Democrats were like he's going to get him. He's going to get him. It's going to be a civil he's going to get them. That was never Bob Muller charge by mothers charge was to find the evidence. Take follow where it goes. And then prosecute people that would need to be prosecuted if they haven't was there, which he has done as you laid out in a number of different ways. And then turn the report that's exactly what he's done. And now we enter the political phase of this. But that first piece of good news for the president. No indictments on that underlying charge of joy. Joining the conspiracy. The problem there is we also don't know why how our why reach that conclusion either. We don't know that yet. But you're right. There's no new indictment coming which means there's no collusion. And when you consider the charges that were made, which there were a significant number of people charged. She would've technically means there was no conspiracy engaging conspiracy collusion is not really legal to fair enough. But up the people who were convicted of crimes they none of them were convicted for conspiracy or collusion or anything related to Russia in interfering with the US. I think we owe a debt gratitude to Bob though, for is is exposing what the United States, Republicans and Democrats alike need to know, which is what other governments are trying to do in our elections, and what's lost in all of this conversation is is that that's an important service to the country and Republicans and Democrats alike should. Get that now and make sure that never happens to dozen two dozen Devon's of Russians for harangue election. Donna Brazile, well now come the hard part. I mean, the evaluation the investigation is over the evaluation will start. It's not about collusion. A no collusion. Then Jains of indication Georgia's about integrity by-elections, and I hope what Mr. mullahs who agree point, Mr..

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Impeachment Begins, Sort Of

The Erick Erickson Show

07:28 min | 2 years ago

Impeachment Begins, Sort Of

"So I think that might be Cohen will only be ineffective witness to the extent he's independently corroborated either by other testimony, meaning verbal testimony or by documents or both because he's got an awful history. Now that doesn't mean that everything he says is ally. But what it does mean is that you have to corroborate him. And I think any any prosecutor at certainly someone as careful as skilled and as objective. As Bob Muller would never use someone as Michael like Michael Cohen unless he could crop rate them. And I think in general the same thing about the folks at the southern district, and she this this is the problem here. Remember, what all the spin was on bubbler going back only two weeks ago? We don't have to go that far back Democrats were saying that in the Manafort situation and the Coen situation in the Roger stone's situation that all of Bob molars allegations have multiple corroborating witnesses. All of Bob Mueller's charges or not based on one person. But on three four or five people that Cohen himself by himself as unreliable Cohen by himself could easily be dismissed as liar saying with Roger stone, Roger stolen could be dismissed buzz Aligarh Jerome Corsi, whoever. But there are multiple people who can paint the picture multiple people filling in the billings, multiple people back in each other up through separate independent investigations. So to have built that entire case into trotted out. Michael Cohen last week for Democrats to now be saying, hey, we gotta do this ourselves. Pretty big indicator. They're not going to get what they thought from the the Bob Mueller investigation that all of their hype about the Mueller investigation really doesn't live up to it. Now. One more clip Sarah Fagin is she's a Republican right of center strategist, not a Trump fan on with George Stephanopoulos over the weekend. Only the rest of the extent to Matt's point. If there is some real they're they're in and right now, we don't have evidence of collusion. Most Americans manafort's evidence of collusion. Will you have manafort's crimes, but that doesn't necessarily extend to the president. And we'll see what the mullahs report says, but one would think after a year, plus eighteen months, we would see something if it was directly connected to the president

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on KOMO

"Now, she factor. George stephanopoulos. Always comes down to Florida. Always takes a long time recounts now in that say, let's talk about it on our roundtable with our senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce Archie political analyst, Matthew Dowd, Republicans tragedy. Sarah Fagin, also CNBC contributor, Chris Christie. Former New Jersey Governor also ABC news contributor and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel just talk overall about the midterms your big takeaway from what we saw on Tuesday night. Well, I think you have to put well first of all this is like twelve days of Christmas where he's each day goes on the dick keeps getting better for the Democrats. As he traced turns it in the congressional races turns I think from this vantage point, this was a bad day for the Republicans. It wasn't a split decision. It wasn't the president did. Well, if you take a look at all the data, the Democrats are gonna picked up more seats than they picked up since Watergate, the Democrats are gonna have a larger popular margin in a mid term since nineteen Eighty-six the Democrats picked up more governorships net governorships since one thousand nine hundred eighty two. And so when you look at that expanse, and then put in the context. The last president with a job with a. Economy like this had a twenty point higher job approval rating and their income coming their incoming party. But how rare is it for president to lose seats in the house pick up seats in the Senate. I think that's reflective. I actually think that's one of the things that came out of election, which we saw in two thousand sixteen which is the country is incredibly divided both geographically and demographically. And so I think more and more you're having places in red become redder and places that are blue become bluer. It wasn't good night for Republicans in the Senate. And the fact of the matter is they were expected to break, even maybe pick up one. It looks like they're gonna pick up to maybe more depending upon how these. These uncalled races end up turning out. And I do agree with Matt. And it does speak to the polarization the country, people are sorting themselves. Geographically, they live by people like them. And so suburban Democrats voted for the house conservative Republicans voted for Republican Senate. And I think that if you think about twenty twenty particularly if Republicans hold the two seats it gets hard for Democrats to take back the Senate and the next election, which means Republicans avid strong voice for a long time on the governor's race. Christie's who you're talking about this a lot on Tuesday night. Democrats did well across the midwest. But did not get that big prize of Ohio. And we'll see what happens in Florida. No, listen republics where at one hundred year historic high with thirty three the fifty governorships. I mean, there's only one way to go and it was down. And the fact is when you also and we talked about this on Tuesday night when you have open seats. We're problems are defending twenty six twelve. More open seats those are hard to win. And so you know fact, is that you have to hold thirty three seasons. Republicans all the time going to even after this. You still going to have a majority of the governorships being held by Republicans. Well, I think there was a Blue Wave with a red undertow and both parties have something to crow both parties have something to be concerned about for the Democrats. There's no business winning the house with this type of unemployment and carry magazine bap a waiver flex that. You have a force bigger than structural impediments. Mostly republicans. I mean seats the hell Hillary Clinton one. Listen there. They secured, and they're starting to secure the majority in the suburbs. And some excerpts.

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"And by the way, you know, it's interesting too. When you listen to some in the media how they've already decided on his guilt or innocence. The question will be what they say about his wife when they're all doing their little commentary on a play for you a couple of things here. Now, this is unbiased journalists George Stephanopoulos. Asking guests Sarah Fagin, who's a former colleague of Brett cavenaugh now before you hear unbiased journalist, George Stephanopoulos. I want you to ask yourself this question. He George Stephanopoulos ever ask this question of Jennifer flowers. Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broderick and on and on C back in the day political operative, George Stephanopoulos, who can't possibly be the same guy that guy was engaged in systematically, destroying these women back. Then remember when Bill Clinton was running for president and a young George Stephanopoulos. Clearly, not the same guy was working on his campaign. He and James Carville have you ever watched the documentary the war room, which I highly recommend because it's excellent. There's a scene in there where George Stephanopoulos is bullying a member of the press for writing a story about a woman who says line and throughout the years in the White House. They persisted in going after these women along with of course, Hillary. Clinton helping them as well. Now, I'm not doing a what aboutism some moron and Twitter suggested. I'm simply pointing out the fact that this guy with a straight face can sit there and ask this question when back then he and James Carville, and Hillary Clinton and all the other people in the Clinton orbit Dick Morris back then they all for seeded to destroy these women who are accusing Bill Clinton. They still do reality is situation is I have this article here from FOX dot com. Dylan Matthews writing it about the allegation the rape allegation against him by Juanita Broderick. And it's all about the conflict the left has because they want to say that every woman should be believed representing time. They don't wanna believe Juanita Broderick. So it's all about that conflict. It's six pages of that of the tension between wanting to believe all women except women who've accused Bill Clinton. And to Dylan Matthews credit at vox. It's very honest. He doesn't hold back and saying that this is a real tough one for them. This is a real tough one. And he says, you know, this is one of my favorite quotes from the article here. It says indeed the Juanita Broderick cases, the hardest one for admirers of Bill Clinton. Her allegation has never been definitively. Refuted, only she and Bill Clinton know, what the truth of the matter in that case was, but if one generally believes, it's important to believe the victim, it's hard to argue that the case should be an exception. But then he goes on to talk about how the case should be an exception and several friends of hers and they proceed to quote, other lefties who all talk about how to broader because full of it. But that's okay, though, because you understand that that's different. So anyway, I I bring this up not as a case of what aboutism I bring this up as a case of how that George Stephanopoulos who engaged in destroying these women back then could be the same George Stephanopoulos. It sits there is an unbiased journalists on ABC and asks with a straight face now. More importantly, how to the people at ABC news have a straight face while he asks this question take a list. So you don't believe is true. Even though you weren't there. And if you believe it's false, you believe Dr Ford is lying, but as you know, Senator Durbin just said there would incentive which he have to lie. And if someone was lying, why would they invite an FBI investigation. So I don't know. Stop it right there. And I would just what I would do is. I would say the George Stephanopoulos. This is what I mean is treated from people here. The first George Stephanopoulos was killed in a very very tragic. He was the first victim of gritty, the mascot. This is a true story. Now young George Stephanopoulos when he was at the White House was walking home one night, a bad place and gritty attacked him and killed him. He was left dead in the street. Very drowned him in the Potomac river, very sad gritty had a temporary even back then because there's no way that George Stephanopoulos could be the unbiased journalists would ask that question because you could easily have this George Stephanopoulos asking that George Stephanopoulos. What incentive would she have to lie about governor Clinton or President Clinton guy? Could just totally see this George Stephanopoulos asking the deceased George Stephanopoulos again at very tragic time when gritty got hold of Zamboni and drove over him with Zamboni killing him inside. Tire tracks, very very sad. Hey, in fact, he's still on the ice like Han solo. You can go. Visit. Political operative George Stephanopoulos. Because when gritty drove Zamboni over him. He was just permanently encased in the ice. It's very sad. Because this Georgia Tech monopolist. The unbiased journalist George Stephanopoulos, literally literally could ask the same question of those women who so you don't believe is true. Even though you weren't there. And if you believe it's false, you believe Dr Ford is lying, but as a Senator Durbin just said there would incentive which he have to lie. And if someone was lying, why would they invite an FBI invest, right, right? Why would they like what? Instead of would. Why would Jennifer flowers lie? Why would Paula Jones lie? Why would Broderick lie? What incentive would they have? I'm just you know, and then the young George Stephanopoulos can can just sit there, and he can say mean things about unbiased journalists your Jeff Annapolis, and he could basically you could say they're basically true, right? Basically. I just wonder what ABC news like, and they sit there, and they listen to this crap. They have to high five each other and go, can you believe or get away with this crap? Can you believe we get away with this having this guy asked that question of all the people in all the newsrooms in the world? He's the one asking that question. It's so amazing to me. And I really do give ABC news mad props for this. 'cause they don't hide it. They own it. They owed it. They're like we're going to have. George stephanopoulos. Ask what incentive these women would have the lie? The same guy that was out there calling these women basically trailer trash in the nineties. People are going to be angry. We're going to go. Oh, well, what are you gonna do was Robin Roberts not available for this for this interview. I knew what I to ABC news only have one guy on staff. It's George Stephanopoulos. So they're like, I know he's conflicted here. But we we're going to do we're going to put them on six days a week yard hitting question. Right. So you can't get Terry Moran. Anybody else? There's literally nobody at ABC news. But George Stephanopoulos who can ask these questions. What's the hot one on the morning with him one, Amy whatever faces does she still on there? I don't know. I saw her at the convention. Why don't they have heard do it? Instead. It's always George Stephanopoulos. Really? Honestly, they could hire away Brian Williams, and he'd be more credible. Asking these political questions that Dr Stephanopoulos, exactly like this. They could have Brian Williams. Ask questions they go. Well, at least you didn't. Smurfs women who made allegations of the nineties. So there's that you might make crap up, but you never did that like George Stephanopoulos dead. Oh, how what incentive what they have to lie. I want to we could just find a way for somehow with the gift of audio to have George Stephanopoulos asking George Stephanopoulos, there be amazing. I can I I know people. So I made. We know we may be able to have that exclusive on tomorrow's show. We might be able to do that. Having the unbiased journalist George Stephanopoulos asking that question of the late political operative, George Stephanopoulos gritties first official victim. Is lying. But as a Senator Durbin just said there would incentive which he have to lie. And if someone was lying, why would they invite an FBI investigation. This is Alicia. I really truly. And that of course comes off the heels of the other conversation, they had an ABC this week where the unbiased one lead a panel Chris Christie on that panel and Chris Christie, the former governor suggests that Senator Feinstein leaked the thing about cavenaugh, and the panel erupts and says what I think is the greatest line in delicious irony take a you wanted to share this.

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Show tomorrow from six 'til ten on seven ten w. Oh, good afternoon. I'm no one Lleyton. Here's what's happening. Sources say the Senate Judiciary committee has reached a tentative agreement with the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett cabinet of sexual assault to testify Thursday, but attorneys for Christine Blasi Ford making clear negotiations are not finished yet. More from David Wright. Not since Anita hill accused judge Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment a- generation ago has the supreme court confirmation become such a lightning rod, and if the Thomas confirmation is any guide the Cavanaugh hearings could have political fallout far beyond the Senate committee room. The President Trump insists he's not worried read cavern fans. Tastic man, he was born for the US supreme court. He was born for cavenaugh denies Ford's allegations and one of his friends and colleagues Sarah Fagin, Republican strategist says there may be no need for additional probe since some people. Ford said we're at the party don't recall being there comes forward. And says it didn't happen. I don't have any recollection. I don't wasn't there. The party didn't happen. You know, I'm not certain what questioning will be a value. She's the one who needs to be heard from the Senate Judiciary committee could hear from both Cavanaugh and his accuser on Thursday. The NYPD says drivers should expect to be caught up in all kinds of traffic nightmares. Next week as leaders from around the world, come to New York. The United Nations General assembly police say they'll use road closures and blockades to protect leaders as they move around the city. We'll be running one hundred eighty nine motorcades on our highest thing, we're using forty eight sand trucks two hundred and thirty pieces of concrete block, and it all begins. Tomorrow security will include police boats patrolling the East River aviation units and teams of officers on the ground. City. Officials say all the closure is will cause worse gridlock, then traffic jams during the annual Thanksgiving Day parade. A queens woman charged with the brutal stabbings at an illegal maternity centre early Friday. The neighborhood is still reeling from when those panicked calls came in Friday morning..

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thursday's open Senate committee hearing say lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford, the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh of sexual assault. Which he denies Republican strategists. Sarah Fagin is a cavenaugh friend and colleague that people who know him best over every phase of his life say nothing about what she has said comports with the way he's conducted his life Senator dick Durbin, Illinois Democrat is on the judiciary committee. She's not been treated well during the course of this and the Republicans many of them even on my colleagues feel uneasy with the way this has been handled. Forage lawyers say not settled is the calling of witnesses her lawyers want Mark judge to be subpoenaed. Ford says judge watch cavenaugh attacker at a high school party back in the eighties, and then jumped on top of her and cavenaugh judge says he doesn't remember the party and never saw his friend behave like that Ford's lawyers also want the polygraph examiner who conducted Ford's test to testify plus two trauma experts. Iran's president calling the us bullies saying. Tehran is prepared to confront Washington at this week's UN general assembly in New York, it was embassador to the UN. Nikki Haley says the US called out it's missile testing an arm sales, the hundreds of billions of dollars that we're going to them and allowing them to do these violations. And so their economy is plummeting the deals that they had are falling apart, and they're getting desperate UN ambassador on ABC's this week major flooding remains a threat in parts of the Carolinas more than a week after hurricane Florence hit in South Carolina. More evacuations are ordered as rivers continue to rise spokesman for coastal Georgetown county. Randy acres is where up to eight thousand people are being told they should prepare to evacuate Tuesday for possible record ten feet flooding because most of the rivers in the state this part of the state of South Carolina do drain into our local bay. So we're expecting that flood to be making its way down here over the course of the next week. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Thursday's open Senate committee hearing say lawyer for Christine Blasi Ford, the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. Which he denies Republican strategists. Sarah Fagin is a cavenaugh friend and colleague that people who now him best of ever phase of his life. Say nothing about what she has said comports with the way, he's conducted his life urban, Illinois Democrat is on the judiciary committee. She's not been treated well during the course of this and the Republicans many of them, even my colleagues feel uneasy with the way this has been handled. Forage lawyers say not settled is the calling of witnesses her lawyers want Mark judge to be subpoenaed. Ford says judge watch cavenaugh attacker at a high school party back in the eighties, and then jumped on top of her and cavenaugh judge says he doesn't remember the party and never saw his friend behave like that Ford's lawyers also want the polygraph examiner who conducted Ford's test to testify plus two trauma experts. Iran's president calling the US bullies saying Tehran. Is prepared to confront Washington at this week's UN general assembly in New York US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley says the US called out it's missile testing and arm sales in the hundreds of billions of dollars that we're going to them and allowing them to do these violations. And so their economy is plummeting the deals that they had are falling apart, and they're getting desperate embassador ABC's this week major flooding remains a threat in parts of the Carolinas more than a week after hurricane Florence hit in South Carolina. More vacuous are ordered as rivers continue to rise spokesman for coastal Georgetown county. Randy acres is where up to eight thousand people are being told they should prepare to evacuate Tuesday for possible record ten feet flooding because most of the rivers in the state of the state of South Carolina do drain into our local. So we're expecting that flooding to be making its way down here over the course of the next week. You're listening to ABC news..

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on KOMO

"Thursday's open Senate committee hearing say lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford, the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. Which he denies Republican strategists. Sarah Fagin is a cavenaugh friend and colleague that people who know him best over every phase of his life say nothing about what she has said comports with the way he's conducted his life. Dick, Durbin, Illinois Democrat is on the judiciary committee. She's not been treated well during the course of this and the Republicans many of them even on my colleagues feel uneasy with the way this has been handled. Forage lawyers say not settled is the calling of witnesses her lawyers want Mark judge to be subpoenaed. Ford says judge watch cavenaugh attacker at a high school party back in the eighties, and then jumped on top of her and cavenaugh judge says he doesn't remember the party and never saw his friend behave like that Ford's lawyers also want the polygraph examiner who conducted Ford's tests. To testify, plus two trauma experts. Iran's president calling the us bullies saying Tehran is prepared to confront Washington at this week's UN general assembly in New York US ambassador to the UN. Nikki Haley says the US called out it's missile testing and arms sales in the hundreds of billions of dollars that we're going to them and allowing them to do these violations. And so their economy is plummeting the deals that they had are falling apart, and they're getting desperate embassador on ABC's. This week major flooding remains a threat in parts of the Carolinas more than a week after hurricane Florence hit in South Carolina. More vacuous are ordered as rivers continue to rise spokesman for coastal Georgetown county. Randy acres is where up to eight thousand people are being told they should prepare to evacuate Tuesday for possible record ten feet flooding. Most of the rivers in the state is part of the state of South Carolina do drain into our local bay. So we're expecting that flooding to be making its way down here over the course of the next week. You're listening to ABC news. News. Stay.

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"May or may not have happened decades ago, Dr Christine Blasi Ford has agreed to appear before the Senate Judiciary committee to talk about a sexual assault that she says happened back in the nineteen eighties and involve supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Republican strategists Sarah Fagin has known cavenaugh for years and joined dozens of other women signing a letter of him in support we've very hard to prove this. But it's also going to be very hard to prove that it didn't happen because she said it dead, and he's going to have to deal with that the rest of his life. Even if confirmed to the supreme court democratic Senator dick Durbin is one of those who will be hearing the testimony. It really speaks to her credibility at this moment. What in the hell did she have to gain by doing this at this point? She's faced death threats. Her family has been moved out of their home. They're worried about the safety of their children. They're concerned about security at the hearing testimony expected on Thursday more than a week after hurricane Florence and major flooding. Is still a problem in eastern North Carolina. Two different interstates. I ninety five and I forty will remain underwater for another week or more firefighters racing to put out a new wildfire that began this weekend north of LA in California another wildfire. Breaking out this time in northern Los Angeles County, the Charlie fire burning in Kostanic is being fueled by winds and hot temperatures resident Jason Scott says the blaze took off quickly. I saw initial smoke coming up black smoke, and then I turn around the horn of nine one one. Evacuations have been ordered for some residents. Firefighters tried to get the upper hand on this latest blaze. Michelle Franzen ABC news about ten percent contained now, the UN convening its annual meeting of world leaders tomorrow here in New York in Lithuania. Pope francis. Celebrating mass of being. Oh. This four day trip to the Baltics the pope warning against a rising tide of anti semitism in the region. You're listening to ABC news. If you're looking for employment or.

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC news. I'm Cheri Preston. This stage has been set for testimony this week about something that may or may not have happened decades ago, Dr Christine Blasi Ford has agreed to appear before the Senate Judiciary committee to talk about a sexual assault that she says happened back in the nineteen eighties and involve supreme court nominee Brett capital. Republican strategists Sarah Fagin has known cabinet for years and joined dozens of other women signing a letter of him in support very hard to prove this. But it's also going to be very hard to prove that it didn't happen because she said it dead, and he's going to have to deal with that the rest of his life. Even if confirmed to this prim court democratic Senator dick Durbin is one of those will be hearing the testimony that really speaks to her credibility at this moment. What in the hell did she have to gain by doing this at this point? She's faced death threats. Her family has been moved out of their home. They're worried about the safety of their children. They're concerned about security at the hearing testimony expected on Thursday more than a week after hurricane Florence and major. Leading is still a problem in eastern North Carolina. Two different interstates. I ninety five and I forty will remain underwater for another week or more firefighters racing to put out a new wildfire that began this weekend north of LA in California another wildfire. Breaking out this time in northern Los Angeles County, the Charlie fire burning in Kostanic is being fueled by winds and hot temperatures resident Jason Scott says the blaze took off quickly. I saw initial smoke. Coming up watch smoke. And then I nine one one evacuations have been ordered for some residents as firefighters tried to get the upper hand on this latest blaze. Michelle Franzen ABC news about ten percent contained now, the UN convening its annual meeting of world leaders tomorrow here in New York in Lithuania. Pope francis. Celebrating mass. The four day trip to the Baltics the pope warning against a rising tide of anti semitism in the region. You're listening to ABC news..

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on KOMO

"ABC. I'm Cheri Preston. Has been set for testimony this week about something that may or may not have happened decades ago, Dr Christine Bazi Ford has agreed to appear before the Senate Judiciary committee to talk about a sexual assault that she says happened back in the nineteen eighties and involve supreme court nominee. Brett Kavanagh Republican strategists Sarah Fagin has known cabinet for years and joined dozens of other women signing a letter of him in support very hard to prove this. But it's also going to be very hard to prove that it didn't happen because she said it dead, and he's going to have to deal with that the rest of his life. Even if confirmed to the supreme court democratic Senator dick Durbin is one of those who will be hearing the testimony that really speaks to her credibility at this moment. What in the hell did she have to gain by doing this at this point? She's faced death threats her family's been moved out of their home. They're worried about the safety of their children. They're concerned about security at the hearing testimony expected on Thursday more than a week after hurricane Florence and major flooding is still a problem in eastern North Carolina to dip. Different interstates. I ninety five and I forty will remain underwater for another week or more firefighters racing to put out a new wildfire that began this weekend north of LA in California another wildfire. Breaking out this time in northern Los Angeles County, the Charlie fire burning in Kostanic is being fueled by winds and hot temperatures resident Jason Scott says the blaze took off quickly. I saw initial smoke coming up black smoke, and then I to nine one one evacuations have been ordered for some residents as firefighters tried to get the upper hand on this latest blaze. Michelle Franzen ABC news about ten percent contained now, the UN convening its annual meeting of world leaders tomorrow here in New York in Lithuania. Pope francis. Celebrating man. The four day trip to the Baltics the pope warning against a rising tide of anti-semitism in the region. You're listening to ABC news. It's time.

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on WRVA

"Something that may or may not have happened decades ago, Dr Christine Blasi Ford has agreed to appear before the Senate Judiciary committee to talk about a sexual assault that she says happened back in the nineteen eighties and involves supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Republican strategists Sarah Fagin has known cavenaugh for years and joined dozens of other women signing a letter of him in support we very hard to prove this. But it's also going to be very hard to prove that it didn't happen because she said it dead, and he's going to have to deal with that the rest of his life. Even if confirmed to the supreme court democratic Senator dick Durbin is one of those who will be hearing the testimony that really speaks to her credibility at this moment. What in the hell did she have to gain by doing this at this point? She's faced death threats. Her family has been moved out of their home. They're worried about the safety of their children. They're concerned about security at the hearing testimony expected on Thursday. More than a week after hurricane Florence and major flooding is still a problem in eastern North Carolina two different interstates ninety five and I forty will remain underwater for another week or more firefighters racing to put out a new wildfire that began this weekend north of LA in California another wildfire. Breaking out this time in northern Los Angeles County, the Charlie fire burning in Kostanic is being fueled by winds and hot temperatures resident Jason Scott says the blaze took off quickly saw initial coming up black smoke, and I. Evacuations have been ordered for some residents as firefighters tried to get the upper hand on this latest blaze. Michelle Franzen ABC news. I about ten percent contained now, the UN convening its annual meeting of world leaders tomorrow here in New York and Lithuania. Pope francis. Celebrating man. The four day trip to the Baltics the pope warning against a rising tide of anti semitism in the region..

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Larry Eldar

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

75 women gather to show support for their friend, Brett Kavanaugh

"Dozens of women who say they've known Brett Kevin are defending him amid a sexual assault allegation that threatens to derailed is supreme court confirmation. I'm here to tell you about the breadth Cavanaugh. I have known for thirty eight years Meghan, McCain was among about seventy five women talking about their old friend, Washington news conference a man who was in high school and is to this day, a gentleman of the highest calibre, Kathy. Martin worked with him in the White House. Pratt cavenaugh is a good man who is incapable of mistreating anyone the common thread from Sarah Fagin, and others cavenaugh simply could not have committed sexual assault. The allegation being leveled against him is false saga megani? Washington tonight. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell announced that there is no agreement with Christine four Kavanagh's accuser to testify. He reiterated that there will be a vote on the nomination Monday. Unless a deal with Ford

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like and how did you guys handle that I can't even imagine that Well We're on the topic of Brad. Kavanagh you, know I was working the White House on the nine eleven as as was? He and the staff was of course evacuated. There there weren't sound system or PA announcements about. It we saw it on news and we ran. Out we ran out and I was in a whole pack of people from my, office and we all sort of got. Separated I actually ran into bread is tell you what kind of a guy he I ran into Bret up the street from the White, House and it was like a scene from a, movie miss people everywhere around the streets of, Washington you, know trying to get. Out and so he and I watched the, coverage you, know the White House was shut down under. Lockdown we couldn't get back. In we watched the coverage of it in a local hotel, lobby and he I mean money on me because I ran out of my office as is often the case in a crisis like. That women don't have their purses with. Them they're in their. Office, he of, course Had a wallet so he bought me Lon she gave me money to get. Home that night and I spent most. Of nine eleven with. Brad, Kavanagh so It was, surreal, though, of course and in. A very critical time for the. Country and a time where lots of people had to show. Great leadership and you know he he I. Remember that afternoon I was, relatively junior. Political. Staffer our services weren't needed on nine eleven to be perfectly candid the president was focused on national security issues. Not something I worked on. But brat good go back to work that night, when they set up a temporary White House office and. Then You know I knows. A very intense time for all of all of us but particularly people in the counsel's office. In the national security team CNBC's Sarah Fagin filling us in on what it was, like to work with judge Brett cavenaugh in the Bush White House and it's really Kevin is an interesting guy because. The each time we, get a, new nominee to the supreme court in the hyper partisan environment social media world in which we live each new nominee. Faces a new, level, of, scrutiny and I was. Reading an article earlier this morning. From politico about rand Paul and about rand Paul's concerns over. Judge Kavanagh's views on the right to privacy. In the fourth amendment and, and that. He. Hasn't just made up his mind whether or not he's going to vote for for, judge Cavanaugh It's I'm reading this article and I know rand. Paul likes to do. Things to show people hey I'm. Still here, I'm out, here Hello hi I'm Mr. independent we get it ran we get, it but I I'm reading this article and I'm thinking who could the president nominate in today's day and age that would just in the Republican party I'm just talking about the Republican party. Because the who could the president nominate that even just inside the Republican party is diverse as it is today could garner the support overwhelmingly of, everyone who is it who is that Justice because like with Amy Kuney Barrett we had. Already heard that Murkowski and Susan Collins they might have been out because they didn't like her. Views on abortion so then Trump takes Taylor Hardiman people don't like his views on, on ruined certain rulings on on immigration related stuff there's no perfect judge there's no perfect person out there and with Cavanaugh when, you hear about. This guy when you, read about, it, when, you read his rulings Trump's really done a pretty darn good job you hear this these accounts, of, Sarah Fagin of. What a really. Good? Guy, he is Trump's. Really done a pretty. Darn good job. Trying to, thread that needle you're never gonna find a perfect judge you're never gonna find the ultimate supreme court Justice he's not out there because. The people who vote on it's all in the either beholder and we live in a very diverse world with very diverse people who represent us in the United States Senate and in our government but I'll? Tell you this right? Now Joe Donnelly he's voting yes, he's got no choice hey speaking of Joe Donnelly. New fundraising numbers are out with Joe Donnelly Mike bronze interesting stuff we..

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And we're fortunate to have him. Willing to serve again our, guest Sarah Fagin you know her from CNBC amongst many other places commentator analysts she also worked with now now nominee. To the, US supreme court judge Brett, cavenaugh it's so interesting Sarah to see the, responses from people short of having the good Lord come down and sit on the supreme court there is. No. Perfect judge. And it's so interesting how people will, find like, one rule Rolling in twelve years and party goes this. Guy's got a great track, runner I couldn't think of any people that would be better Yeah I think that the Democrats you know who who oppose the nomination I think, they have struggled with sort of how. To deal with it because he has such a strong Strong response to his candidacy candidacy but. His appointment and I think that's which is you know there's, lot of chatter about well we need to, go through, all the emails as when, he was in, the Bush administration and of course. They'll, have access to rulings already have them but they? Want to. Go through all the? You. Know, the Bush library time there and you know Chuck Grassley had? A great combination well how much information do you, need to strengthen, your, no vote you said you're. Voting no now why do you need more information you've already determined higher voting, so I, think that's. Battles, going to play out but you know. He he is a strong. Candidate it's very hard to argue with his credentials nearly impossible and? His pretty consistent you know judicial approaches well. You mentioned you've been friends with them you. Are, friends with them have you, had a chance to speak with him. Since the nomination I saw him the night he was nominated he was nice after invite me to the White House. For his, for his day announcement and I did I got the call, like many, remember them sure and his, family and his friends who you know you. Get a call around four thirty or five with an invitation to an event at the, White House it doesn't say what, it's for, and of course you know, your, friend has been nominated so that was really really pretty cool planet a chance to congratulate. Him and you know offer to be helpful and you know, share with other Americans just kind of what, kind of, guy he is so I'm, pleased to have, opportunity to do that here in. Indiana, I can't imagine the pressure of being that guy? That has. To go news rooms? And. Meet, with senators and know that basically fifty percent of them one? A light you on fire what sort of demeanor, does he have, and, how is he going to. Deal with these interviews in which swing voters like our own Joe Donnelly here, in Indiana, are gonna. Make, their decision yeah you're right you know. You do have an important. Voice and somebody in a sitting Senator Donnelly who's got a tough? Race and he's got a factor all that. In but I think breath got very fix Can he he's he's. Smart he won't take any, of this personnel he understands. Politics you know we, don't have to like it but he understands it and he's been, through this process before he had a, pretty reasonably tough nomination hearing when he was going to the DC circuit. Court so he's heard the arguments all before he's very thoughtful he's. Very intelligent he'll handle himself very well but today he's yet to meet with any Democrats and you know I suspect that'll change I certainly expect he'll meet, with them on the judiciary. Committee at a minimum but you know I you know I'm not certain how many folks have offered to to meet? With him he, certainly he has met with a lot of Republicans so? I, hope he. Gets a, chance to do that because I think you know that that, will be, an important factor in in, their thinking Sarah Fagin commentator analyst for CNBC. Amongst many other places worked with now Now nominee to the. US supreme court, judge, Cavanaugh in, the Bush White House I gotta ask you this this doesn't really relate. To judge cavenaugh so much as you were there at. The beginning of the Bush presidency you were there at at times of great importance what was that period like during nine eleven what was that..

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ninety three w Rob KENDALL in. For the chicks thanks so much. For joining us Brad Kavanagh Donald Trump's nominee to, the US, supreme court to, replace the retiring Anthony Kennedy right now the congress the US Senate specifically looking over hundreds and thousands of pages of documents about him every, nook and. Cranny talking, to every, high school teacher drying the learn absolutely everything the case the Republicans it's for the good in the case of the Democrats for the. Bad about this guy that could be headed to the supreme court and I. Was kind of curious to have heard. A lot about judge cavenaugh so, let's go right to the. Source, someone who has worked with him someone who has known him well someone who has been with him at times both good at bad. And remains close with him today to reach out to Sarah Fagin you may know her from. CNBC amongst many other media outlets She, worked with, judge cavenaugh in the Bush White House for many years and sat down with her for a wide ranging interview about all sorts of. Interesting topics on judge cavenaugh surtout by asking her what sort of guy was. Here's what she had to say he. Was terrific he was really easy, going very smart but also. Reasonable, listen you know it's one of the things a lot of people talked about Brad at my own experience rings true that he's a. Good listener he would listen to arguments would think about him And he didn't take things personally so he he was just. Trying to do the best job that he could I don't socially he and his wife and, we share many, of the same friends, and he's the guy you can talk about sports with or neighborhood. Issues or you know all. Sorts of, things or you can have these rigorous judicial. Debates, or he likes politics he's. Always interested, in politics, so we we chat about a lot of different. Things he he's a really good guy my guests Sarah. Fagin you know her from CNBC amongst many other places she worked with now the nominee for the supreme court, Brett, cavenaugh in the Bush White House of curious. When you're, dealing with a guy like this d ever think oh he'd be great. For the supreme court someday I mean is that effort thought in anybody's mind It is a little surreal in. One ear, friends is nominated for something, like this but you know Bret always had, the reputation of being a brilliant lawyer and so he wants he went on the DC court of appeals. You. Know I. Think the chatter started and he the, young guy, he's got, a very unique, writing style he's got, a real judicial approach which is he's a strict construction est and so you know I think this has been talked, about but you, don't until one of, your friends or someone in your family you know nominated for something. Like this it's it's kinda. Hard to, imagine so when trail for him it's probably. A, pretty cool experience for you. To realize, pay this, guy worked with when he was just another dude. I mean obviously he's a brilliant guy obviously was probably. Well known in certain circles but just a regular guy that you got to know is now probably going to, be, a supreme court Justice he is I think. The countries, fortunate for that you know if you You, think about his temperament his saw full proud he's even the more liberal. Judges he's worked with. Or more liberal folks in the legal community. They all, praises intellect his approaches style that's how he's a friend, to somebody you would you would want. On the nation's highest court just, given how he approaches issues and I. Think he'll be a, great member not only somebody who just, shows up and does a good job every day but somebody who leads, the court and I think you know..

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"sarah fagin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fagin" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Not helping matters even if they believe that to be helpful gesture it does make later confirmation of our inspectors and what was in those tunnels and all that much more difficult and so to build trust i think they should stop taking those unilateral actions at this point it is going to be a dramatic moment actually thank you very much and we're going to be live in singapore for these storks on the starting next sunday on this week and right through the summit on gm may and world news round tables up next this is abc news political director recline if you're looking for more politics talk check out the powerhouse politics podcasts hosted each week with abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl break down the week's news and talk to guests with unique insights again that's the powerhouse politics podcasts find it wherever you get your podcast and subscribe today this is clearly playing i think in i for november sixth of two thousand eighteen upper down vote on impeachment trump is on the ballot in every congressional district this is not going to be some democratic congressman versus republican congressman this is going to be donald trump versus nancy pelosi tom star steve bannon his tan and back giving his analysis the midterms to get into that with our roundtable right now we've got our chief white house correspondent john carl here sarah fagin political structure in the bush white house now cnbc contributor patrick gaspard political fares director in the obama white house also bastard us out africa now the president of the open society foundation and former house speaker newt gingrich off the new book trump's america the truth about our nation's great comeback and karen finney as democratic strategist former clinton campaign spokesperson and and let me begin with you because there's some evidence sworn in the presence watching television executive one of the one of the arguments made by rudy giuliani that the president should have been told.

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