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"senate intel committees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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07:26 min | 9 months ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On Russian interference in the 2016 election. Earlier volumes had focused on election infrastructure, social media and the American response to the Russian active measures campaign. This report is focused on counter intelligence threats and vulnerabilities or in plain English. It's focused on the ways in which we are and have been vulnerable to foreign espionage. It's 1000 pages of eye opening at times, hair raising information. And we thought now would actually be a great time to discuss it not only because the report is fresh and perhaps didn't get the attention it deserves, but also because it has so much to say about the last Trump campaign, with plenty of echoes for today. In this report, We learned that 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort was in regular contact with the Russian spy during the campaign, a situation the report describes as quote a grave counterintelligence threat. Manafort fed that spy inside polling information, and after he left the campaign, Manafort and the spy worked together to promote a so called peace plan for Ukraine that was favorable for Russia. It was also a lot that we learned about Roger Stone, Donald Trump and wiki leaks and those hacked democratic emails and a lot of vivid detail that has got to be tempting for TV showrunners. How about a hand written note from Don Jr to Don Sr that reads in part. Dad, you are being sent a gift from Putin Exclamation point. This was a traditional lacquered box. And yes, there's a picture of that, too. It's from back in 2013. There is so much in the Senate report that we're going to devote most of the next hour to discussing it. And with me are three people have been pulling hard on various threads contained within the report for many years. They are Natasha Bertrand Politicos, National security correspondent Franklin for staff writer at the Atlantic. And Andrea Bernstein, my trumping co host and author of the book, American Oligarchs. The Kushner's The Trumps and the Marriage of Money and Power, which is out in paperback. October. 6th Natasha Frank. Andrea. Welcome. Hey, Alia. Thank you. Thanks for having us Natasha. This document covers a lot of the same subject matter as what's in Robert Mueller's report. And yet to me, at least, it was a much more satisfying read filling in AA. Lot of information that was redacted or missing in the Mueller reporting, drawing some real conclusions, too. So before we even get into their contents, what is it that makes this report so different? Yes. So I think fundamentally, What makes this different is that it's a counter intelligence document. It's not a criminal investigation. It wasn't the result of a of a narrow kind of criminal probe. It was much broader than that. And the Senate Intel Committee obviously had more time to investigate. Then special counsel Robert Mueller did and had a broader kind of remit. So There's more in here that they were able to disclose Then I think Mueller Wass last year. I'm part of the most shocking, you know. Aspects of this is how far they go in, saying that the president's campaign chairman At the time. Paul Manafort was a grave counterintelligence threat to the campaign stemming from his relationship with what the Senate Intel committee described as a working Russian intelligence officer. Who is Constantine Kalim, Nick, that was I think one of the biggest bomb shells in the report that Not only was the president's campaign chairman, you know, working with someone who had ties to Russian intelligence, but someone they assessed to actually be a an intelligence officer for the Russian Intel Services, which is much further than Robert Mueller was willing to go. There were a lot of new details in here about the potential role that Paul Manafort and Kalinic may have played in the hacking and leaking operation in 2016. And other details about Roger Stone, the president's longtime confidante on his communications with Wikileaks and his You know his his Communications with the president about that leaking operation that the president then went on to say that he did not remember in sworn testimony to bowler So there's a ton of new information in here, and I think that a lot of that again stems from the freedom of the Senate Intel Committee had here to really dig into the more detailed counterintelligence threats that were posed by this operation. Frank. I want to start with this stuff that's closest to the 2016 campaign, and then we can zoom out and go for some of the AA. They're not really extraneous details, but some of the, um More unusual things that we discovered from all parts of trump world that are also contained in this report. But sticking with Paul Manafort, can you Explain how this report, um, sort of expands our understanding of his relationship with the Russian spy Constantine Kalinic, Robert Mueller, I think said he was linked to Russian intelligence. This report just plainly, says Constantine Kalinic. Is a Russian intelligence officer. So who is he? And who was it? A Paul Manafort. So I just want to take you back to the last days of the Mueller investigation. Can that in February of last year, Andrew Andrew Waisman, who is one of the the prosecutors on the Manafort, part of the case was in court. Telling judge rejected that. This relationship in Manafort and Kalim Nick was at the center of their investigation. And when he said that in court, it's built all of this dispense the storyline. And then he cracked a report which appeared letter It was told in kind of an elliptical fashion. It was buried in report. But we've we've We've known for a long time that this was a big deal to the investigators. And it was just a disappointment that we didn't know more about it. So But in fact the charges that Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to were not connected with this. There was there was bank fraud, and there's conspiracy in a variety of other charges, but there was actually nothing about working with a Russian spy. Right? Exactly, But it seemed like you know, the mobile investigation was with strategically potted. Do you go to these questions about tax evasion and foreign Agent representation and order Tio? Apply pressure to crack witnesses to build some sort of bigger storyline and the Mueller investigation and five you could have ended prematurely. And with impart outwitted by Manafort, who was lying to investigators, in part as the bar played a role in pressuring them because up shop early, But Just to go back to that question. And you know who was Kalim Nick, who is Manafort? This report portrays Paul Manafort of somebody who had been working with arms of the Kremlin for for a decade. And in fact, it says, in a detail that I hadn't know that he briefed. Of the Kremlin in the past before on some of his work for Russian old guard abroad. Olympic was by his side for most of this period..

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Rubio tapped as acting chairman of Senate Intel Committee

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Rubio tapped as acting chairman of Senate Intel Committee

"By the way news on Capitol Hill that senator Marco Rubio will temporarily serve as the chair of the Senate intelligence committee that announcement from Republican leader Mitch McConnell the four Republicans appointment as the interim chair follows news last week that senator Richard Burr was going to step down as he faces an FBI investigation into allegations of insider stock

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Of the Senate Intel committee or viewing the whistle blower report as the acting director of national intelligence gets ready to testify tomorrow earlier today president trump met with Ukraine's president at the United Nations to address the transcript of their call which was released the president of Ukraine said there was no pressure we had I think glued to a phone call he to us normal we spoke about many things and I so so I think from you and is that nobody bullshit bush me yes no worries no pressure. but house Democrats are convinced the president's call was an abuse of power and ARE following through with an impeachment inquiry after the president requested an investigation of Joe Biden's sons business in the Ukraine Republican saying it does not show the president leveraging military aid as part of a quid pro quo holding his first press conference since the impeachment inquiry the president says he's not the only one who needs to be transparent but also insist on transparency from Joe Biden and his son hunter when the millions of dollars that have been quickly and easily taken out of Ukraine in China millions of dollars millions and millions of dollars taken out very rapidly our bill Cameron reporting Democrats are already beginning to overplay their hand in the impeachment drama many Democrats including many Chicago and wraps no doubt believe the summary of the trump phone call justifies the impeachment inquiry but intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff of California played right into trump's hand when he said this there was only one message that that president of Ukraine got from that call and that was this is what I need I know what you need like any mafia boss the president didn't need to say that's a nice country you have it be a shame if something happened to it because that was clear from the conversation trump is counting on the Democrats overplaying their hand bill camera individualists Amy died in here and this just in Illinois democratic representative Mike Quigley says he's now read the complaints and the rough transcript of the July phone call. disturbing while we read this morning alarming. forced to an extraordinary magnitude by the report and that we were just right two.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I it seems like also many economists argued that a tariff the person actually is paying the terror is the the American consumer who's paying more if for for goods from China. Exactly, right. They will pay more. And I think there is some notion within the administration that well, maybe the big companies the walmarts and the others in the Amazons will keep their prices low. They won't pass on any increase that they are feeling by buying these goods from China. They'll absorb the loss. I don't know where there's any basis for that understanding but nonetheless. In the meantime, the people who will have to pay to buy the goods are going to pay a higher price. I think that can go on only so long. I think farmers who were promised by the way, they were promised a ten billion dollar really fun from last year. They got less than one billion. So now, the president's say, we'll take care of you just hang with me. I think the farmers are having a tough time because China will fill their supply chain, not from the United States, still go to Brazil for their soybeans. They'll go elsewhere. It's to make sure they don't go without the goods and services that they need. It's also interesting because when you talked to someone like Steve Bannon who was in the White House arguing for exactly this policy. What seems to be behind? His argument is a desire to break the back of communist China to fundamentally destroy the communist system in China, which understandably there's plenty of reasons to pour the communist system, and what it does to its people. But that is essentially sounds like it could very easily lead to a greater. Escalation and a wider kind of conflict. Not just an economic one. I think we have to think very carefully about whether or not we'd like to see the dissolution of the Chinese government. As is currently constructive. I have no admiration for a communist system, but they're one point three billion people who are organized under that system. And before we bring chaos into that system. We'd better ponder what the consequences of that would be far better that we say that we have a competitive system, we're going to compete on a level playing field with you. And then let the world decide which system they prefer. And I think that will always say we've got innovation creativity and the engine new ity to prevail in any kind of a free market system. So what we ought to be doing is joining with our European friends. And by the way, the president separated us from e you friends by saying I alone can solve this problem. Yeah. When in fact, the Europeans Justice impact. Acted by Chinese behavior as we are. So I just think we have to really look at this in a way say how do we saw this diplomatically there has to be a trade solution? Right. I don't think you get it by trying to browbeat the other country into into the dust and one final point on your previous comments. You know, when you have a debasement of language that is a precursor to a debasement of values. And we're seeing this spread throughout our system. The notion that you would have members of the Senate now advocating that people who have been so painted not come that to me is unprecedented in scope, and it spells very bad news for our political system. Nobody should feel free to ignore the congress of the United States, including the president of the United States Secretary Cohen. I appreciate you being with us. Thank you very much. My pleasure. This video is from the conflict, and Libyan two thousand eleven was taken by the town's photojournalist, Tim Hetherington, man. I I met on Simon back in Afghanistan, man. I'm proud to call. A friend. Tim died in a mortar attack and Libya was death. That didn't have to happen. What is now being done to try to keep his memory and other journalists live as part of the CNN champ.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"We have a staffer over there arrested in being prosecuted for lying about leaking. The Senate Intel committee has been covering this whole thing up and selectively leaking negative information about Trump now if the Senate Intel committee has this. This information about the Hillary Clinton team in the negative information about the uranium one case Joe why hasn't that Lee? No serious. I'm asking why do you think why do you think the negative information about Hillary hasn't leaked from the Senate? It's not a trick up from the Senate Intel committee, but the negative information about Trump has. We don't have the press on our side. Yes. Thank you or the Senate Intel committee, right? Full of Republican swamp rats to and rhinos who hate Donald Trump. Yes, you're right though. The press is a big part of it to the press doesn't want to run negative stories like that about they want to attack. Donald trump. And the rhinos in the Democrats have been an endless source of leaks through this staffer to damage Trump. That's why the lawyer in the daily caller piece for the informant on the Clinton case, the whistle blower is like, hey, wink, wink, not the Senate committee already has this stuff. Why raid? My client's house again. Because they want it in the FBI's custody because they're clearly looking to make this stuff. Go away. Don't be surprised for a second. If on December fifth if Huber shows up for this hearing, and some of this testimony makes it out there that you see meadows in them ask questions about this. What does that rate about? What would we looking for exactly?.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"It's not just that they already had the why rate a house you already have the stuff on. It has a lot to do with the Senate Intel committees. Put that down because I don't want to forget this but put the stories together. Now, why these moves he's panicked? Moves are all coming out at the same time. We win seats in the Senate impeachment is now off the table at least in the trial. They can still impeach in the house because they remember the trial happens in the Senate. And Secondly, Bob, Muller, and Democrats and liberals and swamp rats who would probably familiar what's going on with the Muller proper starting to realize right now that they have absolutely nothing and the Colwyn panic move is evidence of it. Cohen pled guilty to lying to FBI about what when discussions of a real estate deal in Moscow ended, ladies and gentlemen, Waikato. And even lied about that, I have no idea it's not illegal for an international real estate businessman, like Donald Trump to do what? Joe international real estate. There's nothing illegal. But I don't even know why Cohen lied about it. Yeah. It makes no sense. They've got nothing now McCarthy Andy McCarthy and his brilliant national review points out another flaw here. Excuse me, Bob by the anti McCarthy peace talks about not pleading guilty to conspiracy. Remember that nobody is yet pled guilty to the conspiracy. When you're a federal agent, you need that to happen. So that everyone else has sent the signal. We know what happened. Nobody knows what happened because it didn't happen. No one's put guilty to it. But Byron York is another great piece in the show notes that I really good, please, read them Bongino dot com. Email us, please. Byron York is another good piece. What happened to Prague? What happened to probe? Prog you like what are you talking about? Ladies and gentlemen, the dossier. Which was used by the deep state operators here, the FBI and the department of Justice the fake dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton which had all this salacious unverified information on Donald Trump, which Jim Komi acknowledged was salacious unverified. Do you understand the dossiers the basis of this entire operation to take down Trump? Listen to me, if the dossier falls apart, the FBI and DOJ at some point are going to have to acknowledge spied on the Trump team based on nothing, but gossip that's been debunked. Okay. You already know that that's simple stuff. Jim Komi desperately needed. Some components of the dossier to be true something anything Joe why? Because let's go back to our. I started this show. I mean, she's me. Bob Muller needed. At least some component of it to be true Komi to Muller needs it to be true because he needs to keep the collusion fairytale alive. The collusion fairytale is summed up in the dossier. He needs some of it any of it to be true. Why let's go back to the beginning of the show where I said what is Bob Muller's job? Bob Muller's job is to make the Clinton Obama scandalous stuff. Go away to preserve the reputation of the Justice department and the FBI if Bob Muller can confirm even a single scintilla of evidence about that dossier that implicates Trump and it conspiracy even a little bit. What can he say Joe? Oh, well, let me say this part was true the rest wasn't. But it was an honest mistake. Yeah. Why does the panicked? Cohen plea. No matter. Because as Byron York points out a key component of the dossier fairytale about how evil Trump conspired to win the election show is that he sent his lawyer Michael Cohen, I addressed this in my speech, by the way to.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"All right, more breaking news here. So I've been working on something for a while on this spy gay case in the book. It's some of it's in the book, we kinda hinted at it. But at the time of printing, I didn't have. The body of material. I do now to two point two two win assertion. I'd like to make. But there's something very interesting someone who emails me regularly emailed me yesterday. I was hesitant to bring it up yesterday. But I've been holding onto something for a while with the popadopoulos angle this by gate case, Joe, I haven't discussed this, which no you haven't. But it is it is fascinating. Vokes? There's an article from November ninth of twenty seventeen by Allie Watkins, I'll remember the name some of you are picking up right now. Some of you may not be there's an article in politico, I'm gonna put up in the show notes. And again, it's from November ninth of 2017. It's going to be the second or third article down in the show notes. If you subscribe to my Email list, Email them right to you. And it is a fascinating piece, not only because of the content of it. But who wrote it Allie Watkins Halley Watkins, the author who is Allie Watkins, why does that name sound familiar? Allie Watkins was the love interest girlfriend of the Senate staffer on the Senate Intel committee that was handling the collusion investigation show, the girlfriend of the Senate staffer on that committee who was alleged to be the recipient of many leaks from that committee. You remember wolf the guy on the committee was arrested and is being prosecuted for allegedly leaking the Fiso warrant, yes. This is his girlfriend Allie Watkins who was supposed to be the recipient of the text messages about the FIS award. Now, remember we discussed this before he if interestingly enough when the Pfizer award is the delivered to the Senate Intel committee excuse me, what is delivered to the Senate and kill Intel committee. It is likely delivered and unredacted form. The Pfizer warrant is eighty two pages. He tax wolf is girlfriend at the time. Allie Watkins, according to the charging documents he texts his girlfriend eighty two times most likely screen shots of each individual page of the FIS warn. Now, if you're a closet investigator out there, you're probably figuring out where I'm going with this. If not I'll explain it to you. There were a whole pages of the FIS warned blacked out. Meaning they were like black dots. They got the Senate Intel committee most likely the unredacted portion of the FIS it if it was eighty two pages, and he Texas girlfriend eighty two times, he most likely Joe would not text this girlfriend a fully redacted page eight Joe check this out. Here's a big black dot a page. They're not going to do that..

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"See the medicine marlins may twenty second don't call yet we'll tell you went to call in six minutes all right with thrilled whenever he joins us he's terrific white house correspondent for abc news jonathan karl john yesterday my head was spinning every few minutes trump calling immigrants racist giuliani saying trump will be indicted trump paying back michael kohn the trump tower meeting documents senate intel committees saying yes russia tried to interfere it's a potluck trump brunch the words just another day in the trump what do you call that you call it wednesday exactly exactly hey john honeybee you read all those eighteen hundred pages of documents that came out of the trump tower meeting i've gone through about sixteen hundred and forty three the decision is right you know i mean i that wasn't much of a much of a bombshell to me i mean i think we kind of we kind of had a sense of of what was going on there and and it was one of those trump or drug tests i mean if you if you thought that this was the smoking gun you still think smoking gun if you think this is all you know just just the big show about adoption i guess you're you're still left thinking that but it is significant i think the senate intelligence committee led by senator burr who is made it very clear that he is not this is his last term in the senate and john warner order on the democratic side have on a much more serious investigation on house which devolved on both sides into into just a you know kind of a partisan sideshow and so it wasn't surprising to see the conclusion that yes like the intelligence committee told us like tells us community told us more than inter ago russians did interfere in our elections and they did try to hillary clinton and helped donald trump it's not a very controversial assessment but it's one the house intelligence committee couldn't come out come around to agreeing with now giuliani was out yesterday saying that the muller team has told him they will not indict sitting president but that seems to be a debate about whether or not you can indict.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Normangoldman dot com but the big story of the day the data dumped the document dump from the senate judiciary committee the fallouts going in a lot of different directions this meeting at trump tower happened in june two thousand sixteen five months before the election and these are the american members of the trump team who were there and here are the russians and this is the guy who set it up rob goldstone a music promoter who had friends in both camps he's the one who exchanged notes with donald trump junior promising this meeting which would involve mentality of sky up would bring information that would incriminate hillary and her dealings with russia part of russia and its governments support for mr trump meaning his candidate is his father candidate donald trump donald junior replied if it's what you say i love it but in the actual meeting don jr says the information specifically from natalia vessel was useless her statements were vague ambiguous and made no sense and the new documents support the idea that he quickly grew irritated board and eager to get the meeting over with saying nothing incriminating about candidate clinton was discussed now that is tom foreman and we thank cnn for that nbc news is reporting that don donald trump junior don jr said i don't know or i don't recall so many dozens of times and some of the questions that he didn't know we're didn't recall was whether any person they read a list of people involved in the trump campaign whether any of these people and they re enlisted names manafort kushner right they start reading names do any of these people do you have any knowledge that any of these people tried to get hillary clinton's emails during the campaign i don't know he would know and he does know how about do you know of any conversations with rock up with roger stone involving roger stone about e mails or information as part of the cyberattack on hilary's campaign.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The 2017 intel report on russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election the senate intel committee agrees that russia intervened in the election to help president trump lawmakers on the house committee said they agreed that putin had wanted her to hurt clinton but did not agree that meant he wanted to help trump wls traffic at four thirtythree the edens right now out to lake cook sixteen minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction forty kennedy outbound jumps and forty five it's an hour ten out to o'hare inbound from o'hare to downtown now or ten junction in thirty if you're traveling on the eisenhower now it is a real mess at least an hour ten out to the wolf and close to an hour and a half out to thorndale inbound from thorndale to downtown that's an hour twelve i'm wolf in at fifty minutes stevenson out to the tristate fifty five out to the veterans toll an hour five inbound from the veterans toll fiftyfive tristate forty dan ryan ninety fifth forty two inbound from ninety fifty downtown we're looking at about a twenty two minute trip and there's no major problems reported right now on i fifty seven or on the bishop ford and the reason for the really high travel times on the outbound side of the eisenhower this afternoon is outbound a wolf a car fire has all lanes blocked police and fire are on the scene next traffic update in fifteen minutes the wls money report swiss pharmaceutical giant of artists says it it's top lawyer is stepping down over a deal to hire president trump's personal lawyer michael cohen is a consultant the company says general counsel felix era is re retiring the dow closed up sixty two points at twenty four thousand seven hundred sixty nine the nasdaq was up forty six and the sp five hundred was up eleven points news on the hour the half and when it breaks continuous coverage at wlsamcom were steve doll on the way our next.

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Intel, Steve Doll and Felix Era discussed on The Steve Dahl Show

The Steve Dahl Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Intel, Steve Doll and Felix Era discussed on The Steve Dahl Show

"The 2017 intel report on russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election the senate intel committee agrees that russia intervened in the election to help president trump lawmakers on the house committee said they agreed that putin had wanted her to hurt clinton but did not agree that meant he wanted to help trump wls traffic at four thirtythree the edens right now out to lake cook sixteen minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction forty kennedy outbound jumps and forty five it's an hour ten out to o'hare inbound from o'hare to downtown now or ten junction in thirty if you're traveling on the eisenhower now it is a real mess at least an hour ten out to the wolf and close to an hour and a half out to thorndale inbound from thorndale to downtown that's an hour twelve i'm wolf in at fifty minutes stevenson out to the tristate fifty five out to the veterans toll an hour five inbound from the veterans toll fiftyfive tristate forty dan ryan ninety fifth forty two inbound from ninety fifty downtown we're looking at about a twenty two minute trip and there's no major problems reported right now on i fifty seven or on the bishop ford and the reason for the really high travel times on the outbound side of the eisenhower this afternoon is outbound a wolf a car fire has all lanes blocked police and fire are on the scene next traffic update in fifteen minutes the wls money report swiss pharmaceutical giant of artists says it it's top lawyer is stepping down over a deal to hire president trump's personal lawyer michael cohen is a consultant the company says general counsel felix era is re retiring the dow closed up sixty two points at twenty four thousand seven hundred sixty nine the nasdaq was up forty six and the sp five hundred was up eleven points news on the hour the half and when it breaks continuous coverage at wlsamcom were steve doll on the way our next.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Senate intel committee behind closed doors so you can expect you can hear that meanwhile what about his wife oh yes she works for fusion gps this the company that came up with the trump dossier the company that was paid by hillary clinton to come up with the trump dossier she worked last year during the campaign for fusion gps that seems like something worth investigating what about peter struck what about this fbi official who is at the centre of every investigation sat with hillary clinton for her interviews for when the when she sat down with the fbi i say interviews that interview for her july two thousand sixteen interview with the fbi the one that wasn't under oath the one there are she was basically able to explain away that you know was just rigorous that made it says she was using a secret server and senate classified information so he peter struck who by the way exchanges ten thousand text messages with his mistress who also works for the fbi and in them conveys how much she he doesn't like people like bernie sanders and donald trump and how much he likes hillary and how much he wants to have at quote uninsured its policy against president trump that they discussed in andy's office whose andy i guess we'll find out to sea that's andy mccabe maybe i guess we'll find out this week hopefully but these are all real questions this basically that that that the justice department and the fbi has these vulnerabilities that are causing the public to question this is the sincerity with which they are pursuing justice and the idea that these these can just be glossed over as a as a key quote campaign to discredit the muller investigation is insanity how 'bout give this affair reading how 'bout ask questions and stead of just casting aside is nonsense which is what's happening this weekend in the press this way it gives them cover because it is what let's face it this this investigation is not going the way that they had hoped and wished in in wanted it to go we still don't have is any any anything about russian collusion with the trump campaign zip zero zilt nada nothing nothing so we're just going to look for something as they have to.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Raise crime after boiled tweets president rows of pm after she blessed praise of hateful group and so to be reached the republican challenges the senate intel committee back trump's choice story disgrace richard burr told the new york times quoted was something along the lines of i hope you can conclude this as quickly as possible verse said that he replied that it would end when the committee finished its interviews burst said he did not feel pressured by trump's appeal portraying it as the action of someone who is quote never been in government lawmakers an aide said trump told senate majority leader mitch mcconnell accepted yeah i mean government i i know richard burr and richard burr heidi i believe of coal that my party a lot but i believe he's been acting honourably in a bipartisan way with more warner he's been i think over this past year one of the best of the republicans actually keeping their head down to doing their work but when he says when he says it reminds me of somebody who had not been government before that's the same way as saying what dignite fina doing that was the same thing we desire intel chiefs as well came before congress right was how it will i didn't feel pressured but these things happen in what we're seeing here is a portrait of multiple pressure points now because it wasn't even just the head of the intel committees he got multiple members of that committee other members of congress to then try in pressure burger and there was a pattern here the words that were used time to move on and so you see here a pattern where he's also cornering people on the plane blunt was was cornered on the plane to me one of the most telling parts of that article was also that in mitch mcconnell's words you could see through these interactions that this president was not able to separate out the fact that russia needed to be punished for this interference from the fact that his campaign was under investigation for collusion he couldn't separate the too and that's why you see is almost bitterness by this president every time the.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Hurdle that could be the biggest stumbling block it's the russia investigation all right as we said earlier this week on a run down some things are we learned that special council will present some sort of indictment tomorrow the past two weeks have seen many high profile names being questioned by muller's team or by congressional committees let me run through october 13th that was former white house chief of staff reince priebus interviewed by team muller october sixteen the former press secretary spicer interviewed by muller october eighteen there was trump campaign manager corey lewandowski interviewed by the senate intel committee october's 24th than 25th michael cohen the president's personal lawyer appeared both in front of a house and senate intel committees the 24th brad powers part scowl the head of the trump digital campaign team he was interviewed by the house and october 27th carter page the force gump of all of this a foreign policy adviser to the trump campaign by the senate intel committee and the president has been all over this course trying to turn this into a clinton investigation and in fact it got so absurd listen to corey looming dusky on the air a couple of days ago give me a break okay look this speculation is so insane right now what we should be focusing on the continued lies of the clinton administration the clinton administration i didn't remember that that happened can can trump turn this into a clinton it already is look it's already so muddled and so clouded and everybody's already taken their side said that you know you got polarized scrape here and you gotta polar ice cream there there is almost nothing that can come up in the muller investigation that's going to move those two polls it has to be so dramatic and has to be able to break through in a way that will get people out of these bubbles if not we're going to be where we've been this whole time italy russia want russia one look all over it has to do it by a painted worth whether what the indictment look like we're this thing is going it certainly sounds like a last three eighteen election cycle and and that's the challenging part of it for the white house and second they're even dole's were murray is she half the gumption to fire the special council that would be a moment monumentally tomorrow is.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on KOIL

"Seen many high profile names being questioned by muller's team or by congressional committees let me run through october 13th that was former white house chief of staff reince priebus interviewed by team muller october sixteen the former press secretary spicer interviewed by muller october eighteen that was trump campaign manager corey lewandowski interviewed by the senate intel committee october's 24th the 25th michael cohen the president's personal lawyer appeared both in front of a house and senate intel committees the 24th brad powers par scowl the head of the trump digital campaign team he was interviewed by the house and october 27th carter page force gump of all of this foreign policy advisor to the trump campaign by the senate intel committee and the president has been all over this course trying to turn this into a clinton investigation and in fact it got so absurd listen to corey lewandowski on the air a couple of days ago give me a break okay but this speculation is so insane right now what we should be focusing on the continued lies of the clinton administration the clinton administration i didn't remember that now that happen can can trump turn this into a clinton it already years look it's already so muddled and so clouded in everybody's already taken their side said that you know you'd have to polarize script here and you gotta polar ice cream there there is almost nothing that can come up in the muller investigation that's going to move those two polls it has to be so dramatic and has to be able to break through in a way that will get people out of these bubbles if not we're going to be where we've been this whole time italy russia one russia one look all over it has to do it by a period worth whether what did not mention look like we're this thing is going it certainly sounds like a last three eighteen election cycle and and that's the challenging part of it for the white house and second they're even those who were murray half the gumption to fire the special council that would be a moment monumentally event tomorrow is the end of the beginning as they say not the beginning and when we come back up view of the opioid epidemic that i promise you haven't seen before you know i still has the potential to bankrupt the.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Now it's press tie with tom shotty we will jump in at some point you with a jared kushner jared kushner speaks to the press if he can probably a statement in a moment you spoke to the senate intel committee today and told him and it was including with the russians which we knew he wasn't anyone in of the march is not a thing with sir that's true it's the kind of fake news that has happened as a result of the election which made half the country f crazy which is why later on we're going to be playing scott adams on on this show little bit of scott i'm scott atoms over the weekend he was on uh sam harris they assume harris podcast and these to talk abbott very intellectual discussion conversation about trump in what the victory meant and what it's done to the country will does to people and it's very good because they're they're on the very simple in all thing in sam harris whose an avowed liberal essentially hidden in his voice it admits that he is touched from the election he needs change and a half the country got the fever you can see them all over the place they're everywhere people who are just not right not okay after this election and one of the coping mechanisms we know is matching russians and russian collusion whatever it takes to make their pain go away little bit because it takes toughen your dancing oliver somebody's grave like hillary supporters were the night before trump are you tear it's it's tough to come back for that because they were really really sure they would win in the area and and there are already making plans and moving forward which is why the country's touch why the establishment is ripley because they've all purchase new houses and having a job set up for them in the media people are married to be be aired bureaucrats and they have a big quarrel there and they're ear there are intertwined and everything was ruined because of because of donald trump i mean mr trump and now he gathered of spicer who suddenly that's another a according to all with abbas from idiots that's another thing spicer gone my wer they'll abusers the shakeup that means something going on scare emoji rising but scaramucci of boushehr volunteers donated.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Now it's press tied with tom shutting we will jump in at some point you with jared kushner third kushner speaks to the press ivica probably a statement in a moment you spoke to the to the senate intel committee today and i told him that it was including with the russians which we knew he wasn't anyone none of them are not a thing with sir that's true it's kind of fake news that has happened as a result of the election which made half the country fm crazy which is why what later on we're gonna be playing scott atoms on on this show little bit of scott i'm scott atoms over the weekend he was on sam harris they assume harris podcast and these to talk abbott very inflexible discussion conversation about trump in what the victory meant and what it's done to the country in what it does to people and it's very good because are there in the very simple in all thing in sam harris whose an avowed the liberal essentially can hear didn't in his voice it admits that he is touched from the election in these change and a half the country got the fever you can see them all over the place they're every where people were just got right not okay after this election and one of the coping mechanisms we know is matching russians and russian collusion whatever it takes to make the pain go away for a little bit because it's it's tough in your dancing oliver somebody's grave like hillary supporters were the night before trump are you can't tear it's it's tough to come back for that because they were really really sure they would win in the or arrogant and there are already making plans and moving forward which is why the country's touch why the establishment is ripley because they've all purchase new houses and had their job set up for them in the media people are married to the art be bureaucrats and they have a big world there and there they're they're intertwined and everything was ruined because of because of donald trump for me mr trump and now he gets rid of spicer who suddenly that's another a recorded to all savage from idiots as another thing spicer gone my goodness together abusers a shakeup that mean something going on scare emoji why is he but scare emoji of bevan's care montreal's donated.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on WTVN

"Degrees authorities became aware the truck overnight after a walmart employees who had been approached by someone who had been in the truck asking for water notified police of the interaction san antonio officials are calling it a human trafficking crime suspect today in federal custody seventeen people remain in life threatening condition scattered around san antonio hospitals donald trump jr paul manafort agree to provide documents to the senate judiciary committee's investigation attorney general jeff sessions says he has no plans to resign after report of the campaign related conversations with russia in 2016 jared kushner testifying in closeddoor hearings before the senate intel committee so there's plenty going on nbc that is for sure house and senate have struck a deal that could send the president trump's desk this summer a bill that slaps new shank sanctions on russia in addition to the new sanctions on russia for its interfere berenson the us 2016 election and military aggression in ukraine in syria the bill also gives congress the powder review any effort by the trump administration to ease or end sanctions against moscow and so again we need just read through that no know new sanctions on russia for its interference in the 2016 so for those people it's already a foregone conclusion for other people is like they are still investigating and you've got robert muller do in his thing and they're still testimony but other people say up it's done so we're in a hammer for that interesting from buffalo to virginia flash flood watches across northeast ohio i'm sorry over the northeast part of the country over the weekend cars home swept waiting floodwaters after about of heavy rains pummelled parts of northern kentucky floodwaters so powerful they sent car smashing into one another split homes in half one man is still missing there after the storms a little closer to home flood warnings still in effect from marion county runs until eleven o'clock this morning for columbus rainfall totals now four and a half inches above normal eight point three inches above normal for the year so far and in spots in central and southern ohio three to five inches of rain justice over the weekend so very very very wet couple other quickies before traffic and weather death of young wisconsin woman triggering new.

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"senate intel committees" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"senate intel committees" Discussed on KKAT

"Is really just home easy revenge oh and i don't think it's going to stand up but that doesn't mean we won't there wouldn't be a long slog between now but medical didn't colmey set up in when colmey released his testimony the day before through the senate intel committee and during the hearing didn't he say play clearly i saw that there's no abs obstruction of justice from from trump that there was no campaign to stop this hearing to stop this it's not even a court case and didn't the intel guys from the let's see the defense and national security intelligence guys say that the there was never any effort from the administration from the white house to block their own investigations i mean i see whereas address i actually i know i take it back i don't see where any obstruction of justice here call me said the intel guys said if i don't have any time she said end up but but again larry i think you have to separate russia and plant life think kony me is making the argument that there was obstruction of justice on clay now i think mike on not interrupting and contradict him but actually colmey said that was going to be up to me alerted driver and i think larry right i mean there had been any number of points made during this process that that there were many other ways that trump could it impeded in various investigation any didn't do tell i mean in fact the only thing we know he did according to the he said he had thing when it colmey petty act ask him to back off basically harsh punishment for his friend michael flynn which i think of course all this is in the eye of the beholder at some point but it that is true loath people would be needed fired a guy lost his job and at that time trump did know i think it had engaged in other extracurricular put turkey and so forth so all continnue wasted a couple of live about his conversations with the russians and that pretty meagre grow seem to me right but but but i would i would would you on the way that the language that cold me you grows in intensity and sinister intent in his prepared remarks on the flynn issuer ethos trip trump made a request he made.

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