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"saudi council" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"News Radio seven eighty and one zero five point nine. Just ended WB beyond the Trump administration announced sanctions against seventeen Saudi officials for their alleged roles in the murder of journalist shebab Shoji inside the Saudi council Istanbul. The move follows an announcement earlier today from Riyadh saying the top Saudi prosecutor will pursue the death penalty against five individuals involved in the attack. There are no fare hikes or service cuts contained in the budget for next year at the same time. The budget was okay agency officials will warning the future may not be so uneventful CT as chief financial officers saying more state money will be needed. Meanwhile, in one thousand nine hundred and the C T A will continue work on ongoing projects including breaking ground on the random purple line modernization project, which will include a flyover north of Belmont along with the new stop at Damon of the green line and continued tracking station rehabilitation on the blue line. Bob Conway, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Mm alleged state trooper who admitted to soliciting a woman to have sexual Tim has been sentenced Leonard Kilpatrick. Kirk Packard, rather of Charleston pleaded guilty yesterday to misdemeanor solicitation of a sex act in return for his plea agreement. More shoe is charges of official misconduct were dismissed and the city council in the nation's capital has voted to impose tight limits on Airbnb and other short term rental companies. The city council voted unanimously to restrict short term rentals to primary residences and prohibits property owners. From reading out second homes for short. Periods of time alter updates the markets next WBZ news time nine fifty three. Chicago's Mike Ditka. Fly all of the country for business, and I got.
"saudi council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"WMA. Oh, washington. Washington's election headquarters. Depend on it. W A L, A Cumulus station. Border. Order solemn occasion. I'm Barbara Kusak. In order, President Trump says he will sign next week would bar anyone caught crossing the border illegally from claiming asylum. Correspondent Bob Costantini reports. This latest immigration push comes as Central American migrant caravan makes way to the southern border President Trump figures a number of the migrants in the caravan if they decided to March up to the US who get to request asylum releasing them into our country any longer they'll wait for long. Periods of time. We're putting up massive cities of tents the man accused in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre was arraigned yesterday on a forty four count indictment in the murder of eleven people. The last of the funerals will be held today at ninety seven rose Mallender was the oldest of the victims tree of life. Rabbi. Jeffrey Meyers has had an extremely emotionally taxing week is sort of like this anesthetic numbness. This'll be taking people. Steve Kastenbaum in Pittsburgh. Correspondent Alexander Marquardt. Reports there's a new theory about what happened to the body of Washington Post columnist democracy after being killed at the Saudi council. It in is done bulb. According to the Washington Post, the Turks are now pursuing a theory that suggests that crucial she's Saudi murderers dissolved his body in acid, and then disposed of it on the grounds of the consulate or nearby. The console general's residence the final jobs report before the midterm elections is expected to show that employers are still hiring at a healthy pace. Economists forecast. The government will report that a solid one hundred ninety thousand jobs were added in October Asian shares rocketed to three week highs today as the dollar softened on a report that President Trump is taking steps to resolve a damaging trade war with China and Iran is bracing for the restoration of US sanctions on its oil industries set to take hold on Monday the sanctions targeting Iran's largest source of revenue. I'm.
"saudi council" Discussed on Blamestorming
"Of course, he was the Turkish journalist who was an American resident who was who will be believed was murdered in the Saudi consulate there. I thought he was a Saudi Arabian. Yeah. He was going to marry you. He was in the absurd. He was at the Saudi council in Turkey. Right. So former Saudi journalist who was America resident right? I believe that he was murdered in that in the embassy because of the same reason that Russia was willing to murder their former spas. I think they recognize a weakness in the presidency. I think they are recognizing that this is an opportunity to clean house as it were because they have a temporary situation with the US president is purely transactional, and is abandoning the whole moral highground thing the president's usually had. I don't think this would have happened under other presidents, isn't it confirmed that he was murdered didn't they find audio? Like, they said there was audio. When everyone was wondering if that was possible. And then I thought Turkey confirmed that we had offer cash newspaper said it Turkish newspaper also said other things that are scientifically impossible. Okay. Like that. They used his fingerprint to unlock the apple watch, which does not exist. Okay. But apple watch doesn't exist or as fingerprint doesn't exist. That fingerprinting does not unlock up watch. Yeah. That does that's not a thing that exists in any apple watch. Yeah. So we can't be one hundred percents. Sure these Turkey has has issues with. With people misunderstanding the difference between real in tabloid journalism. Okay. I that's eight. It's not true. Yeah. They say is record there is recording. We're gonna hear it. Okay. But we're not essential. But there's almost no argument here that the man wasn't killed inside his embassy. Trump is now resorting to the idea of just saying, oh, you know, the the king of Saudi Arabia. He was so upset when you heard this. You know, just terrible the way. So that's the that's what he's going for. Because of course, they thought they were gonna get away with this. They thought it'd be proved naked just say proven fuck you. Yeah. So I think that this is an example of it wouldn't Saudi Arabia looking at Trump looking at the way, Trump is a guy who has he's very comfortable dealing with criminals. He worships autocrats. He has shown many times there is no moral center there. Of course, they're going to say, hey, I think we can get away with killing these journalists for a little while. I I'm so I think that you're correct in the sense that yes, like Saudi Arabia knows that they they have like free rein to do whatever they want at this time. I don't necessarily know one hundred percent that I agree that this wouldn't have happened under any other president just because of the fact that they have a new ruler. That's young. And he needs to make an a big splash. Like, he kind of needs to show everyone that like there's, you know, he's the new guy in town, and he can do whatever he wants. And he's been doing that. I mean, he imprisoned his own family. Like, he's I think that he's right. If this is a message, I think I've without a doubt. It's a message. But I don't necessarily know that the message is so much related to Trump as it is that to well the best decision about Trump. The message is don't fuck with us. But that they see Trump as weakened up that they can get away with this. Because Trump obviously does not care about the sort of thing. He loves the idea he would give anything to live in a country where he could do this. Oh, well, I eat. I think that to a degree. I to be completely honest. I think they would have done this under any president. Because this like what is he like in his thirties, king, whatever is named. Yeah. The crime or the crown prince. Yeah. So the yes. So the crown prince has taken over a pretty much is he kind of started a coup..
"saudi council" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Six nine five four three three eight eight. It's toll Free Alliance defending freedom. Okay. Speaking about defending freedom. There's an unbelievable piece in the New York Times. By Mark land, lor- and it. It it tries to suggest that the biggest issue facing the country right now is the what happened in the in Turkey in his Tom bowl at the Saudi council. It where Kogi was apparently murdered and Mark landlo- writes in the New York Times mister Trump's ready. Acceptance to the Saudi explanation that Mr. kashogi was killed accidentally in a fistfight rather than an orchestrated hit ordered by the Saudi Royal court suggest how he plans to ride out the most acute foreign policy crisis of his presidency. What this is the most acute foreign policy crisis of his presidency. Why is it a crisis? Why is it suddenly news that the Saudi regime is thuggish and difficult and problematic? And by the way, President Trump has not said he said the opposite. He's not said that he just accepts whatever the Saudis, tell him without questioning with the midterm elections less than three weeks away in a political base more focused on jobs, the confirmation of Justice brenham cavenaugh, why why have people more focused on that? Because that stuff really matters, and you can say, well this matter to Jamal kashogi, but honest to goodness. This is just an indication this outrageous piece that what the Democrats really want is they want to use this as a cudgel. It's a convenient cudgel. They wanna pick this thing up and use it politically as if Trump did something wrong Trump was and they say, oh, it's Trump's hatred for the press that enabled this. That's a Canard. And it's ridiculous. I I honestly think that most Americans, including Democrats are too smart to fall for this. I do not understand how anyone can suggest this is a political issue. We'll be right back on the Michael Medved Show. It's time for medvid on movies. It's been forty years since the first Halloween movie and now after nine.
"saudi council" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The garden of the Saudi council general's home. Anyway, it's the latest wrinkle ongoing explain why he high tailed it back to Saudi Arabia. You're gonna start burying journalists in my garden. I'm going home. A sort of wind. But really an overall loss for Monsanto was a judge in San Francisco reduced the amount the company has to pay damages in a high profile case but upheld the overall judgment against the company. Monsanto was sued by Benicia California school district. Groundskeeper Dwayne Lee Johnson after he was diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma. Now Johnson claimed he developed a condition from spraying herbicides roundup, which Monsanto manufacturers as part of his job. The company said their chemicals were safe, but a jury paid attention to the fact that the company apparently hid testing that showed. It is not then in August. The jury awarded him two hundred eighty nine million dollars in damages which the judge now says was too high. Judge admitting the jury's verdict of the weed killer caused Johnson's cancer but reduced the amount awarded to him to seventy eight million dollars. Yeah. Monsanto's appeal in that saying that they didn't offer any proof that their product caused the cancer which is kind of fundamental question. Got a new report that says Russian troll bots paid the controversy over the NFL player's protesting during the national anthem bigger that it might have been Wall Street Journal reports A Clemson university study found a Russian company backed by the Kremlin flooded Twitter with thousands of inflammatory tweets about kneeling during the anthem. So they say that just helped to inflame passions on both sides of the question. Meanwhile, you got the World Series starting night Red Sox hosting the dodgers game one at Fenway park. That will start right around five o'clock, west coast on MetroNews Marshall Phillips. I'm starting Getty show, the conscience of the nation. Got a teacher. Here.
"saudi council" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Thirty three. We'll get to the weather in just a moment. Let's get a little bit more now on his changing Saudi story about the death of journalist Jamaica Shoghi joining us live is NBC radio correspondent, Mike Bauer. My obviously, the president isn't happy about what he's hearing. And every day, we get a different version. Do you think we're ever going to get to the truth here? Well, at least at this point in time right now, Joe the Turkish officials are going to reveal or saying that they are going to reveal all the information that they have and Turkish parliament just now seeing president on making his way in expecting to reveal as he puts it the naked truth and go into detail about the murder of. Saudi Arabian writer, Jamal kashogi, the Saudi council stumbled on his announcement, which is seemingly planned to be is happening in the exact same time as the future investment initiative is happening in Saudi Arabia. That's the national international conference. That was the brainchild of crown prince m B S, this is seen as a swipe by Turkish officials at these Saudi government there in in regards to the crown prince himself who they believe. And then it's expected to be said, by the way today is fully responsible and aware of the murder of to show. I guess the question is is the crown prince expendable? Yeah. That'll at the end of the day. That's going to be the big question here. Right. And then that seems to be kind of what's been happening here in the US and worldwide people have been kind of mulling over waiting to see what they're able to do we've seen Canada and Germany both say that they are going to do or considering not doing arms deals with Saudi Arabia. I think this statement from her to one especially if he's able to release whatever this audiotape is that they say that they've been having the Turkish officials have been having. Indicating the the murderer kashogi at that consulate in their country as well as some reports yesterday that fficials connections to the Saudi Royal family beamed in via a Skype. Call the dak- show he was murdered just before because show us murder. He was being detained. There was a video call. And according to reports that guy who was a close aide. I'll Kettani was being into the room worker Shoghi was killed. And indeed it said at one point in time bringing you the head of the dog. So they may have footage of that as well. They can release any of that or even the bone saw itself but apart to show us body. They may be able to indicate Saudi Arabia higher scale on a worldwide scale interesting. All right, NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer. Thank you. Mike five thirteen is our time..
Saudi Arabia, Arms Control, Taxes: Your Monday Briefing
"Palmer name here. Three things to know is seventeen Saudi Arabia's King. And crown prince reportedly have called Jamal showed me son to express their condolences Turkey's. President could reveal new information on what Turkey believes happened at the Saudi council tumble. Tomorrow never to the US will exit exit a landmark nineteen eighty-seven arms control deal because Russia is violating the pact. And it's preventing the US from developing new weapons Burt. Thank President Trump said over the weekend. He's working on a major tax cut for middle income people. He says his plan could be announced around the
"saudi council" Discussed on WWL
"At WWL AM FM. We're back and we're talking about what happened to Jamal kashogi. And this is something that we should be concerned about, and you know, we've had a number of texts that have said a Saudi citizen was killed by the Saudi government. Who cares? It's none of our business. Really? If we're going to be, you know, in a leadership role in this country, and it just seems to me that this disappearance of journalist Jamal kashogi continues to take a lot of twists and turns that. You know, as a law enforcement officer would confound any legitimate law enforcement investigation, and obviously the delay in tactics. Deployed by the Saudi monarch is all about concealment, and therefore hampering any exploration of the truth. And the Turkish police forces have had to jump over hurdles they've been restricted in access, and it would seem to me that when you have this type of investigation going on at the Turkish company government should with the assistance of the United Nations. Be able to seize the Saudi council and treated as a crime scene. Any type of diplomatic immunity should be extinguished. When there's evidence that suggests that a murder has occurred on on the sovereign soil of another country, albeit the physical location where the council it is is actually Saudi territory, and that's the way it's set up around the world. But how do you let these types of things happen? I mean, do we have to go any further when we figure out that the guy has been cut up in pieces and taken out and taken out of the consulate. How atrocious? Does it have to be? I think, you know, the United States needs to address this event with complete disdain and disgust in order to send a message that this conduct will not be tolerated. We wouldn't tolerate it here. The continuing dialogue the importance of Saudi Arabia as an ally. I think has to stop. I think we recognize that we realize that. But that has no concurrent path with what we're doing as it relates to try to determine what sanctions we are going to employ against Saudi Arabia. It has no relevance to this occurrence. The US collective moral compass has to stand strong, and I don't believe that any material consideration whether they're buying ten billion dollars worth of weapons or anything else. And we do know that they are great ally to us in our fight against terrorism and everything else. But how do we stand by when they act like terrorists? And also we talk about whether he's given special consideration because he's a member of the media. I don't think that needs to enter into this either. This is just fundamentally and basically wrong from any perspective. It doesn't matter. What class a what walk a light? This individual comes from an if we are going to eliminate terrorism and everything else that goes along with that our allies have to be held to a standard. And I think the US has to stand up. And express their disappointment in their outrage as it relates to this issue. We want to hear from you. Give us a call two six one eight seventy or Texas at eight seventy eight seventy one the blue runner opinion. Polls should an important US ally get special consideration when.
"saudi council" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The Saudi councils residents in eastern bul into trucks as part of the probe into the suspected murderer of writer and Saudi government critic Jamal kashogi today. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo briefs President Trump on his trip to the Middle East. The president says he looks forward to a long talk with the secretary of state about what he learned in Saudi Arabia and Turkey, but when he left Istanbul, Mike Pompeo told reporters he'll rely on the Saudis to tell him what happened after an investigation. That's just recently begun concludes. It's reasonable to give them a handful of days more to complete it. So they get it. Right. Mr. Trump stressing Saudi Arabia's importance as a strategic ally and trading partner insists he's not providing cover for the kingdom. I'm not giving covered. All Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House in Washington Post has published the last column written by kashogi in it. He calls for the need for a free press and the Arab world and says governments in the Middle East have been silencing the media at an increasing rate with many Arabs living in a state of miss information. It's exactly what they don't need in central Texas, more rain, but that's what they're expecting today or massive flooding has already submerged homes and businesses. Correspondent Mark Strassmann is near Llano. There are washed out roadways. There were homes that have flooded. But by and large of the infrastructure is is not in crisis. The worry is that with more rain in the forecast and more flooding possible. If not likely that the infrastructure, which has been taking a beating could reach its limit at least two deaths are blamed on the flooding. The death toll has jumped to thirty three in the southeast from hurricane Michael. I New York City police detective has been kicked off the Harvey wine. Weinstein sex assault case WCBS TV's MAURICE doo wop detective, allegedly encourage one of Weinstein's accusers to delete information from her cell phone before handing it over to prosecutors. Detectives union put out a statement saying the DA's office needs to enter the twenty-first century people. Keep loads of personal info on their phones that they prefer remains confidential. But Weinstein's attorney says this further undermines the integrity of the against wide-scale in Houston last night at a grind.
"saudi council" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The claim that kashogi was drugged beaten and killed and dismembered by Saudi operatives in the presence of a top Saudi diplomat. I don't know where this information is coming from. But each and every day, it gets closer and closer to the pixels. You'll start pulling back and it's starting to look really ugly. Joining us as ABC's Andy Field in Washington. Andy, welcome back to the show. Thanks, mark. This came up again today the cabinet meeting. The president was meeting with his cabinet saying all that money. We spent in kind of cratered the deficit even more. Well, I need y'all to cut about five percent of the budget next year. And then, of course, reporters start at you, it it's almost ridiculous to even hear him say that because that never will get passed congress congress will, of course, pass whatever it wants to pass the president will complain about it saying I'll never sign this again. And then he'll sign it. And then we'll move onto the next big deficit. But what would happen in the cabinet room was a reporter asked do you think the Saudi should be investigating themselves when they're suspected of actually killing this guy. And the president goes not under the very good people. They are not investigating themselves. They have the very best people. So the president is all in on the Saudi story that they don't know what happened there despite all the evidence that you just mentioned that he indeed died a very tortured. Brutal death inside the Saudi council. Instanbul? Oh, I mean as I'm as I'm hearing it, I guess there's audio of this that was allegedly recorded on his apple watch. I don't know if somebody was recording it from outside the embassy, or if I just don't know how that audio would would become available. Maybe went up to the cloud and somebody and somebody nabbed it. But it literally says seven minutes, he took them seven minutes. He was being cut into pieces while he was alive for seven minutes before he died while I don't know. I don't know how that happens. I watch I'll have to ask my daughter. She's a very Big Apple watch aficionado. And I I don't know do that that you can kinda hit record or you can kind of open up, Mike and just have someone else. I don't know. Listen to ask Omarosa, you know, how it works. But. Yeah. Yes. Yes. He does. But but here's the thing every day. There's that drip, drip, drip of information coming at somebody. Obviously some intelligence the Saudi intelligence and Turkish intelligence our world known for better for worse along with US intelligence and every day. There's something new were this short of hearing the audio tape. And I think the president said today, I want to hear the audio tapes. You give me the audio tape of this thing, which the Turks are loath to release because then it reveals sources. No, one has better intelligence in the United States other than perhaps Russia, and it is almost inconceivable at this point that the president doesn't have the full story from his own intelligence agencies. Today. When asked about this earlier, the president says you're assuming that I said the F B I over there. Do you know if I said, the FBI over the reporter said did you send the FBI over there? He says I'm not going to tell you which which is bizarre. I mean, why wouldn't you say that we anytime we have the FBI help out in a terrorism case in any kind of case one of the first things the president or the FBI or the department of homeland security says is we've sent our investigators the FBI to help with this investigation and other presidents acting like it's a big mystery in a big mystery reveal well, you know, and and there'll be some that will claim that it'll be a cabinet like investigation, which is unfortunate for the FBI kind of puts Justice between a rock and a hard place and a very delicate situation. I mean it comes down. He keeps touting one hundred ten billion dollars in this in this this deal that we have with them. He calls it a deal, and it's a great word for it. Five hundred thousand jobs at stake, which nobody can seem to figure out if that's an accurate number. But it really comes down to is it worth ignoring her covering up a heinous murder for a of one person for money for a big deal. What's what he doesn't talk about? And what the president did talk about extensively in. We have audio of it and video of it during the campaign. He says I love the Saudi Arabians. Why wouldn't I love them? They give me lots of money. They buy hundreds of millions of dollars worth of apartments. What why should I not like them? So there is that to remember the president really hasn't divested himself of anything. He's got his sons running the business, but it's all his the money's all his there's no such thing as a blind trust with the president here. And he has a lot of money to lose. If he angers the Saudi Arabian. So well, should he be worried about angering that congress because Lindsey Graham is saying look don't trust the Saudis? This crown. Prince is is a weasel. I mean, it looks like congress wants to they want to sanction the heck out of him or the Saudis, but the president is is loath to do that consider the fact that Lindsey Graham during the campaign all the president of pathological liar. I'm not certain that the president's all that concerned about what Lindsey Graham is saying at the AP sat down with the president yesterday for an interview because it was he didn't have a lot in his schedule yesterday. So he called in some reporters, and it seemed to go sideways for him. I'm not sure he thinks that I think he's he said exactly what he wanted to say. The president talking about the kashogi disappearance and assumed murder. Saying that this is unfair that the world is coming down hard on Saudi Arabia thinking that they're guilty. Even though this happened in side their consulate, and there doesn't seem to be any logical explanation that someone from the Saudi regime had this guy killed if he never walked out of there, unless they're still hiding them inside somewhere. And he said this is just like the cabinet case he's guilty until proven innocent. He went on to say, of course that he thinks bread cabinet was completely innocent. Even though that was never really proven during the thing is just that. They couldn't find any cooperation from a he said she said, so he's more inclined to believe he said. Well, if it worked once just run up the flagpole again. Yeah. You know, there's all bunch of things you talked about. He he he kind of doubled down on on. What he was, you know, the derogatory things he was saying about stormy Daniels. Calling your horseface and someone said, you know, is it right for you to disparage woman's appearance. And he said, you know, take it any way you want to which again, this is the president of the United States saying these things. Well, here we are three weeks until election day. And there are so many things that that he could tout tout tax cuts in this interview at all anything any of the accomplishments or were they largely ignored by the AP. I don't know that that was mentioned there. You know, the president certainly brings it up all the time. He did talk about Russian hackers who says do you know who these Russian hackers? You're talking about from Oscar they have nothing to do with me. How many people are there? Twenty eight people nothing to do with me the hackers from Moscow some of them supported Hillary Clinton. They have nothing to do with me. He just it's almost it's almost on a loop about the no collusion here. He talked about running for a second term. He thinks he's doing good job. He thinks Joe Biden might run against him. Here. He talks about liking Mike Pence. I just an an enormous a number of things that he talked about here. On separating parents from children because I think we're doing an incredible job with children that is completely gone off the front page, a London's hasn't changed. There's still a lot of children separated from their parents. We're just talking about it because there's so many other things to talk about why talk about that. When we talk about horseface. All right. I think the president often designs it that the fire hose of controversy. Andy Field you coined that phrase reopened. It's it's the spigots completely open. Indeed. It's at eleven again Andy Field ABC news in Washington. Thank you for the update, Andy we do. Appreciate it. Thanks for.
"saudi council" Discussed on WRVA
"The frustration is growing in America. The press is excusing Antigua. They are excusing everything. The Democrats are saying another democrat up in Minnesota came out over the weekend and said it's time to bring the guillotine is out for the Republicans. It's it's remarkable. What is being said and dismissed when there is actual violence on the streets. You you said a minute ago, you know, rise up and fight this. How do you do that? And not make things worse. Well, you do a peacefully number one. And I think that various people have to say, you know, let's get a little group together. And maybe we go out and stand in the park with some signs. Saying whatever. Or maybe we write a letter to the editor of our local newspaper with five hundred signatures attached to it. So the Oregonian, for example, very left wing newspaper. You know, you say, okay, we'd like to have some space for an op Ed we have a community group. And this is the way we feel about it. There are things you can do to be visible in your local community. It doesn't have to be a big national thing because that's almost impossible. But I'm trying to get people to understand the evil. It's growing in America. Which is you know, what killing the assassins really essentially about and a lot of people still want to look away at it. They don't want to engage, and if we continue down this road with the press being as you just pointed out solidly aligned with the most progressive the most anarchists. Elements in our society, the press sympathizers with all of them, they sympathize with open borders, they sympathize would legalize narcotics they sympathize with not prosecuting violent crimes. This depress and mashes is is an agency now that advances socialism and progressive causes. So sullen batch two big difference. We didn't have that. What was that a left wing press? But we didn't have an activist left wing press. And that's what we have now. Well, let me let me ask you this. I beg to differ with you on the on the activists press. If you look at, you know, the nineteen sixties some of them, we don't have it. We have we've never had it like this. But we we have had it in the in the past. If if somebody stood up, let's say, a, you know, some group with standing in the community stood up, and they did a nonviolent protest of nonviolent March March for Justice and nonviolence or whatever, and they followed the king rules where you just never swing back. That group most likely is going to be beaten for doing it by antifa. But in the nineteen sixties the press played that coverage. I don't think the press plays that coverage this time. It was somebody else will take a cell phone video and throw it out, which is what happened is that? And over the weekend is that another group doing now would have to hire security they'd have to hire people to protect them. You can do this. It just takes it takes leadership it takes organization, but but on the pressing look, let's let's say way into Saudi Arabia now because the press is actively trying to go you saw it on sixty minutes Lesley Stahl try to do it. Trump into basically dismissing Saudi Arabia. All right. Well, they they want to not trade with them. They want to crush that nation because the nation is quote, unquote. Bat. Okay. I'm not going to stick up for Saudi Arabia. It is bad. But Saudi Arabia is the bulwark against Iran in the Middle East. Still leader of Jordan, and Egypt and that movement to blunt Iran's terrorism and destruction of Israel Saudi Arabia is leading that charge. So why on earth is left wanted destroy that nation? When in history, we allied ourselves with style, and it was killing millions of people. Wow. We were allied with him because we had the defeat Hitler. All right. And you can just give a thousand other examples of countries that we had to do business with that were bad countries for the greater good. But the left wing press now says the Trump you're an idiot because you're not destroying Saudi Arabia. You should destroy them. And then not trade with them sanction. And boycott them all of that. And then you turn around and go the unintended consequence of that is that the whole alliance against Iran falls, apart and a wine is in towered eight times as much as they are now. And so listen brotherhood. Yeah. And and the and the left wing pressing care what happened. Isis did have you seen one article from the mainstream media about how the Trump administration destroyed? Isis have you seen one under Obama ISIS ran wild and kill tens of thousands of innocent people for eight years for eight years. Trump gets in there in the first year wipes them out because of Mathis the Defense Secretary. He didn't do it in a very public way. It was all done behind the scenes, but you can get those articles. You can get those stories. All right. Even tried to get them. All right. So Bill, here's the here's the problem with with Saudi Arabia as I see it. You're exactly right. You know, we're in we're in a no win situation. In fact, I think we're gonna lose lose situation here standing with people who we've known forever. They do this kind of thing all the time. Yeah. They're bad people. We shouldn't have been in bed with the kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the first place. But we were and now they're they're a strong ally. That is one of the only ones that is standing up for Israel at least quietly fighting the Muslim Brotherhood and fighting Iran. They we have a lot of aligned interest. Even though I don't wanna be in bed with them. But now, how do you get out if if get out well, but wait a minute Saudi Arabia? This is different. Because if there is a tape of this guy being dismembered while he was alive. This will set the world on fire it's different than you sanctions Saudi Arabia in a way that hurts them, but doesn't destroy the kingdom. That's what you have to do. So, but look Trump does have the heart for this. He doesn't want to cancel the arms deals that enrich America. He didn't wanna do it. And the reason that we're we have a relationship with Saudi Arabia anyways, because they headed OPEC we needed that oil in the in the sixties and seventies and eighties Joan anymore. But now Silicon Valley takes a lot of their money. Right. So I have I say punish them. You know, when when it comes out, and I believe firmly. They did it. I don't think there's any doubt that they did it this guy walk. Into the council it in his Sam bowl Saudi council it and he was butchered or whatever. Okay, they did it, and I believe that salt in that guy running the place he ordered it right to the top. So when it comes out, then Trump has to say, we're going to do this and figure out a way to punish them, but not destroy them. That's what has to happen for the good of America. And do you think they'll take punishment? They've said that if we respond they have to right. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's just like Turkey when letting the pastor out Aragones, I gotta let amount. Well, he's out. I mean, Saudi Arabia can't exist without the United States. They can't exist without the United States because Iran, we'll go in there and caused so much trouble that the the place will collapse. And so they need the United States can say whatever they want to say, they need us. And they've got to pay a price for this. They actually have to pay a price for it. Do you think Turkey has the tape or is this blessed? I could I possibly know back in Turkey three times. All right. I don't know what tape they have. Or what channel I watch. I don't know anything. I I would think the leading national politics at least have some. Yes on it. I mean, I would think so too person who in the Saudi council it is Saudi Arabian territory, the Turks have no access. They did go in by the way, which is interesting, and they say, yeah, we found some chemical agents of then somebody painted something. But let's just wait. But I don't think anybody listening to us right now. I should have any doubt. Assassinated by the Saudi government. It's amazing. How close this is to rear window, the Hitchcock movie? I mean, it's it's really I mean, as you know, if the Muslim Brotherhood in China swords were involved Bill, always good to talk to you the book, killing the SS absolutely worth the read it applies to today shows real heroes and real real villains that got away for way with it for quite some time. Yeah. And I want to tell everybody I had back on the no spin news. I'm Bill O'Reilly dot com yesterday for a rollicking twenty minute interview, which we posted now so anybody can see it on a premium member to watch. We're a pretty pretty tame. I thought maybe they were US Luther I I mean you, and I are in paddock on most issues. Now. Because having me on every week, you you've now thought about, you know, really? Moderated your position. My way, I think you stop saying. Aw. Aw. That's crazy. Now is that you're looking more and more like Colonel Sanders every day, and I feel sorry for the Colonel because he's being told everyday you, look more and more like Glenn Beck. And he's like, I I am the chicken. Walk up to you in order tubs of chicken. Like, they think that they're going to get a tub of chicken away from me. I don't think so Bill.
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"Her as she fell asleep in his car. Now, the FBI is wondering whether there may be some other victims out there WCBS reporters, Sean Adams has been in the driver's neighborhood, his home neighborhood of Howard beach. Federal prosecutors say an Uber driver took advantage of a woman in a vulnerable moment. And there's concern he might have done this to other customers according to a federal complaint. Twenty-four-year-old Uber driver hard beer Parmar. From queens picked up a woman in Manhattan back in February destination her home in White Plains. She fell asleep Parmar allegedly changed the destination to Boston when the woman woke up. She claims Parmar was on top of her and groping her. You left her on the side of I ninety five in Branford, Connecticut, the FBI suspects. There might be other victims Westchester assemblyman, David buckwald thinks they might need to revisit background checks. I'll be speaking to the assembly transportation committee to find out if there are any other ideas already. On the cable Parmar faces federal charges kidnapping and wire fraud. Uber calls this incident horrible and says it is cooperating with the investigation in Howard beach. Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty well. Here's the latest on that missing. And apparently murdered journalist. Turkey says it's waiting for permission now from the Saudis to go in and search the home of the Saudi council and he's bowl as part of the investigation into what happened is Jamal kashogi US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just left after meeting both with the Saudis and the Turks CBS news. Correspondent Cami McCormick has the latest before leaving Saudi Arabia Pompeo told reporters he'd had an incredibly successful visit with the Saudis, but asked if he was told what happened to cash hoagie Pompeii said the Saudis didn't wanna talk about any of the facts they merely promised to complete investigation Pompeo said they made a commitment to hold anyone connected to wrongdoing. Accountable. He did not answer questions about US repercussions. If the Saudis committed. Murder. President trump. Meanwhile, is criticizing those who say the Saudi government had a hand in all of this in an interview with the Associated Press. The president seemed to equate the fate of Jamal kashogi with that of supreme court Justice Brett cavenaugh saying quote, here we go again with you're guilty until proven innocent end of quote. The president says Saudi Arabia's King Salman and crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, both deny any knowledge of what happened to kashogi when he entered their country's consulate in Turkey earlier this month. It Shoghi has not been seen San CBS news. Correspondent Bill Ray car pro government. Turkish newspaper says kashogi was tortured and killed and a site and audio recording in which they say the Saudi council general can be heard telling those allegedly torturing kashogi quote do this outside. You're gonna get me in trouble. President Trump says don't blame me if the Republicans lose the house of the Senate in the upcoming midterms interview.
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"Turkish officials tells the AP the police have found certain evidence in their search of the Saudi council that shows missing writer Jamal kashogi was killed in the building two weeks ago. Official would not provide details of the evidence Middle East expert. John alderman with the center for strategic and international. Studies says US relationship with Saudi Arabia is being challenged people will treat Saudi Arabia differently. And I think frankly, Saudis will treat the United States differently. Exactly where on that spectrum between normal and North Korea. We will end up. I think is going to depend in part on exactly what the Saudis come out with the next day or two secretary of state. Mike Pompeo's met in Riyadh with Saudi King, salmon and crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, Saudi government officials have called the Turkish allegations baseless, but there are reports in US media suggesting the Saudis may aknowledge that the writer was killed at the consulate perhaps in a botched interrogation. Thirteen year old Jamie clause is considered to be in danger as police across the country search for the young teen from Barron Wisconsin who was last seen Sunday before her parents bodies were found in their home early yesterday morning, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says investigators. No, she was with the family on Sunday afternoon Sunday afternoon. There was a family gathering that she attended FitzGerald says deputies went to the home after getting a nine one one call from his cell phone early yesterday morning. He adds. She is not a suspect in her parents deaths US employers post, the most jobs and nearly twenty years in August. Hiring also reaching a record high fresh. Evidence companies are desperate to staff up amid solid economic growth. Labor Department says job openings rose to a two was seven point one four million highest on record dating back to December two thousand. That's also as far more than six point two million people who are unemployed last month. By the way, the Dow is up six hundred four hundred sixty points. This is AP radio.
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"President Trump continues to pummel democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren over DNA results. She released about her heritage. Here's White House. Correspondent Greg Clugston. The Massachusetts Democrat released test results this week indicating she has some native American heritage. But that hasn't stopped President Trump from bashing Warren. He claims on Twitter that Warren is a phony and that she should apologize. And the president isn't the only one who's critical Cherokee nation says Warren's DNA tests are useless in determining tribal citizenship, which is determined by tribal nations. Greg Clugston, the White House. President Trump will be rallying for GOP candidates and several critical western states later this week after holding four campaign rallies last week. The president heads out on the road again Thursday through Saturday. You'll be making stops in Montana, Arizona and the Vada turkeys state run news agency says the Saudi council to us bowl has left for Saudi Arabia comes hours after Turkey spent his official residence. Would be searched in connection with a Saudi writers disappearance. Don't alderman, the senior vice president would see as I s and he says the relationship with Saudi Arabia without become more complex for the US at other countries. People will create Saudi Arabia differently. I think frankly, Saudis will treat the United States differently. Exactly where on that spectrum between normal and North Korea. We will end up I think is going to depend in part on exactly what the Saudis come out with an extra to Defense Secretary James Mattis has although President Trump said Madison was quote, sort of a democrat Batta says he's never registered with the political part of the US military..
Saudi Arabia, Saudi Council and Mike Pompeo discussed on John Batchelor
"The report by multiple news organizations. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia will announce the Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi a critic of the kingdom died during an interrogation inside the Saudi council in Istanbul Turkey until now the kingdom has denied any knowledge of Khashoggi's faith, President Trump says secretary of state Mike Pompeo will go to Saudi Arabia. I'm really sending here just to find out. Really? I said what happened? What they know. What's going on not wanting to spoil a one hundred ten billion dollar weapons deal with the kingdom? The president suggests rogue killers may be responsible
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"That site with you pay another fight. I'm president. For sure the president is stepping up his media efforts and public rallies as the midterm elections approach. Civil rights groups are upset by Trump proposal to limit protests at the White House and the National Mall. The administration is even thinking about charging fees for demonstrations under the plan the national park service's considering pushing back a security parameter to include most of the walkway north of the White House, which has been closed to traffic since nineteen ninety five and has become a regular venue for demonstrations thousands of submitted public comments on the proposal including more than eighty seven hundred this week. And now the latest on the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi President Trump just tweeted that he spoke to the king of Saudi Arabia who denies any knowledge of whatever may have happened to our Saudi Arabian citizen. That's a quote, the king told the president that they are working closely with Turkey to find an answer. And the president said he is immediately sending secretary of state Mike Pompeo to Saudi Arabia to meet with the king. Meanwhile, the AP reports that Turkish officials will inspect the Saudi council it in is stand bowl where the alleged murder of kashogi by Saudi Arabian operatives took place. The president did say on sixty minutes last night that Saudi Arabia could face severe punishment. If it's proven the country was involved in kashogi disappearance. There are a number of options being considered by congress. One could be halting arm sales to Saudi Arabia outright. Another might curtail US military aid to Saudi led forces in Yemen where they're battling Iranian backed rebels. The US provides weaponry intelligence. Logistical support to the Saudis their oil Saudi Arabia has threatened to retaliate against any punishment. But hasn't said how and coming up, Harry and Meghan expecting a Royal addition in this brain, I'm ABC's Tom rivers with that story coming up..
Accusations continue on disappearance of Washington Post journalist
"Post journalist inside the Saudi council in Istanbul has stained this once conference for big investors in Riyadh started. By crown prince, Oman, correspondent Sam Kylie has more the Saudi position is unequivocal still, and it is that Mr. coachie Lestat consulate safe and sound and that all and any suggestion to the contrary is nothing short of disinformation intended to besmirch the reputation of Saudi Arabia. President Trump says he would be punishing ourselves by cancelling arm. Sales to Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of the journalist Iran's president
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"President Trump looking into what happened to a journalist who vanished after entering Saudi Arabia's embassy in Turkey Turkey, saying it has visual and audio evidence that Saudi officials murdered Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi. President Trump says he's still not sure nobody's been able to put it all together. People are starting to form ideas, and as their formed, we'll let you know. But it certainly is a terrible thing. There is video of kashogi walking into the Saudi council in Instanbul but never leaving Andy Field. ABC news in a make America. Great again rally in Ohio, President Trump celebrating the release of pasture. Andrew brunson. Earlier today we secured the release of pastor Andrew Brunson. President was in a Turkish prison for two years terrorism charges devastation destruction in Florida after hurricane Michael swept through the cat. Four storm showed. No, mercy to Florida and Saint Joe's beach Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news. I just want you to know, I want you to know, I didn't want your wife to know. Or if I'm talking to the wife that you're not alone. There are millions of men out there suffering from erectile dysfunction, and it's really a result of poor blood flow. And that's why I wanna talk to you about a new protocol. That's doing amazing. It's an excellent it's an effective alternative to taking pills or having to use a Jetsons or having to have complicated surgeries for a very common and very frustrating issue. It's called acoustic pressure wave therapy. And it's very effective. I read some phenomenal articles in men's health about it. It's an office based procedure that represents a breakthrough..
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"It is in effect all day long for tomorrow, scattered showers for the rest of the afternoon. Some more showers and see evening, then call it rain likely overnight, low near sixty showers and storms. We could see a few inches of rain for tomorrow high near seventy sixty percent chance of rain high near seventy on Sunday. Now, sixty four news, traffic and weather. All news all day NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Your news now. Do some speaking good afternoon. It's four thirty sixty four degrees. I'm Kelly ways. President Trump says he will soon speak with Saudi Arabia's King about the disappearance of a journalist in a US resident the man who is a critic to the Saudi government went missing more than a week ago after entering a Saudi council it in Turkey and Turkish leaders have said they believe he was murdered their President Trump calls. It a serious situation any pledges that the US government will find out what happened to the man and US leaders say they are seeking answers from the Saudi government and are not yet accepting the Turkish governments conclusions. Facebook says hackers accessed data from about thirty million accounts as part of the security breach disclosed two weeks ago. The hackers were able to obtain an excessive amount of information, CBS, news technology consultant, Larry. Maggot as more the information that attacker with access could lead to identity theft, including name phone number Email address and for about fourteen million people also gender location relationship status. Religion hometown current city, birth date, and the last ten place that they checked into KRLD news time is four thirty three. CBS news update..
"saudi council" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Story that has gone around the world, I think caught the Saudis flat-footed, and it's about a Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi. And he was actually a very well known stern enlist in Saudi Arabia employed by the kingdom's media governmental organizations for years and has act and at one point was close to the Royal family. But then he became critical of Saudi policies, including crackdowns on human rights activists, the military campaign in Yemen. So he got out of dodge. I mean, there was no way he could stay. So he's been living in a self imposed exile exile in the US for more than a year. And he's been writing a column for the Washington Post. So there's our connection to this, man. And this is a weird one. And that we think that the Saudis wanted him, and there are some evidence out there that they were trying to get him back into Saudi Arabia where they could try him. They could deal with him. And instead he walks into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and this had to do with. He wanted to marry his Turkish fiance and he needed a certificate from Saudi Arabia from the Saudi council at in Turkey. And it's Don bull. So he goes in there. And they can't help him. He's told to return. So he this is September twenty eighth when he goes in and he returns on October two four days later. Goes to London I as a conference and then comes back. So he returns the estan bowl and goes to the consulate the fiance is waiting outside. And he now keep in mind the timeline. He goes in at one o'clock she's outside waiting until after midnight. And never sees him exit. She returns to the consulate the next day still no sign of him. Here's what else is kind of weird on the day. He disappeared. Fifteen Saudi officials and intelligence officers arrive in Istanbul onto private planes, the planes owned by a company frequently used by the Saudi government and some of the officials that had gotten off the airplane where then put into a tinted van and driven to the home of the Saudi council general about three hours after kashogi enters the consulate and then all of them leave the country on planes for Cairo Dubai and Turkish staffers there at the residents say that they were roughly told to take the day off the employs eight you got the day off while all this was happening. So here is what we think is going down because kashogi was. Creek was critical of the repression of Saudi citizens under crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman. Now. What's interesting about Sal mine is that he is considered the most forward thinking of anybody in the Royal family for many many years he is opening up Saudi Arabia allowing women to dry, for example, allowing women to actually attend sporting matches. You imagine that they couldn't even it used to be a soccer match. Women weren't even allowed in the stands. And so he is opening it up, but to kashogi and others not quickly enough. So there seemed to be an arrest warrant for his arrest of which he was unaware of. But he knew that there was a lot of friction and wasn't worried about it. Why because nothing's going to happen him on Turkish soil. Whether it's in the Saudi embassy or consulate or not. It's a violation of international law to harm arrest detain people at diplomatic mission. And none of that has ever happened in Turkey's history. So he's disappeared. You have these fifteen guys coming in on a private plane taken there in these tinted vans. He walks in. He disappears. There's video in their security video him walking in but never walking out the Saudi officials saying, yeah, he walked out he left on his own accord. And when asked let's see the video. No, we don't have it. They have video Turkey. They have video from outside of the Turkish consulate him going in. But nothing going out the Saudis maintained that he had they had nothing to do with it. Well, I mean, that's a real problem. Because now you have Turkey's president Irgun is pressing Saudi Arabia. Hey, you've gotta provide some proof that you guys had nothing to do with this that kashogi left the consulate on his own. It's quite obvious to everybody. Who's looking at it that this guy was killed. He's lying. He's never shown up. He's disappeared. Matter of fact, the theory is that they chop them up. I mean, you need fifteen people to kill somebody. That's a lot of people. Entered has truly backfired on Saudi Arabia. I mean, gone is going crazy. The president. Our president has said this is very bad. The entire world is looking at this see Saudi Arabia take a page from Russia. Russia knows how to do this stuff. Russia always has plausible deniability. Russia would never kill anybody at their council. A consulate in another country. They do the radioactive stuff they do poisons, which are easily denied all tall plausibility all plausible denial even though everybody knows what's happening. They can stand up and say, hey, we had nothing to do with it. Or it was done by these bad actors that really have nothing to do with it. Rogue agents. Killing someone inside of a Saudi consulate in Turkey. That's a problem. So we'll see what's happening. I just matter of fact, it's getting very contentious between the United States and Saudi Arabia now. But the president just issued a statement this morning in no way, does he want any of this to interfere with our trade relations with Saudi Arabia? And even when it turns out Saudi Arabia is proven to have killed him. Our relationship with Saudi Arabia Arabia is way too important for us to deal with one guy. I mean, that's geopolitics for you. I mean, that's the reality. All right coming up, the Mormon church, which were no longer able to be. We're no longer able to call Mormon. So the heretofore Mormon church the grand poobah of the Mormon church. Grand vizier is telling women get off social media for ten days. Love it. All right. Jennifer Jones Lee up. That streak of gas price hikes in LA county is finally ended after twenty three days in twenty two cents. The county average went down slightly to three eighty eight. But that's still at more than eighty cents from this time last year. The lawyer representing stormy Daniels has offered to fight Donald Trump junior for charity to have been trading Snipes on Twitter for a while. And Michael Abernathy wants avid three round mixed martial arts like with him now and the Pasadena school boards considering budget cuts that would shut down three schools, including Wilson middle school Cleveland elementary and Franklin elementary. We'll take a look at your commute on the one eighteen next. How many times have you stood in the mirror hugged back that loose skin around your face and neck and tried to remember how good you used.