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Fresh update on "senator chuck grassley" discussed on  The Big Biz Radio Show

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:45 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator chuck grassley" discussed on The Big Biz Radio Show

"Attorney General William Barr has appointed a special counsel to investigate the origins of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. U. S Attorney John Durham has been looking into the beginnings of the FBI investigation into alleged ties President Trump's 2016 campaign had with Russia. Are said Tuesday he'd made Derma special counsel to make sure he could finish his work with less risk of being fired. Was Senator Chuck Grassley returned to the Senate Monday after testing positive for Corona virus and self isolating, welcoming him back. Junior Iowa Senator Joni Ernst said her colleague is always working whether he's working from his office here in the United States Senate or whether he's teleworking because of the virus. Chuck Grassley works he has always working. Many of you have probably heard that Chuck Norris jokes out there. You know, the dark is afraid of Chuck Norris. Well, we have our own chuck Grassley jokes too. And right now, the cove it is afraid of Chuck Grassley..

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Carl Bernstein says 21 GOP senators contemptuous of Trump

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last week

Carl Bernstein says 21 GOP senators contemptuous of Trump

"Former Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein's tweeted out the names of nearly two dozen Republican senators who he says have criticized the president behind his back but some of those named are denying the report Karl burns Steen took to Twitter denouncing the senators quote Craven public silence that's helped enable president trump's most grievous conduct he listed twenty one names Utah's Mitt Romney is on the list earlier this month casting doubt on trump's claim the election and somehow been stolen not accurate and to destructive but senator Chuck Grassley spokesman disputes his listing saying there's no difference between what the senator says publicly and privately South Carolina senator Tim Scott's office called his placement on the list baseless accusations of someone who clearly has an axe to grind burns Steen said he learned about the politicians suppose it feelings through conversations with their colleagues staff members lobbyists and White House aides Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate Republicans appear to congratulate Kamala Harris in Washington, D.C.

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:05 min | Last week

Senate Republicans appear to congratulate Kamala Harris in Washington, D.C.

"Kamila Harris back of the nation's capital for the first time in her new role yesterday, casting an important vote and accepting congratulations in some cases from Republicans with more on the incoming V P and other news from the nation's capital. I'm joined by Maybe season as delicate terra. It has come to Harris even got a fist bump or two yesterday. Tell us about her day at the Capitol. Got straight. She did get a few fists on one of them from Senate Judiciary chair Lindsey Graham yesterday as they were quizzing the grilling rather, the big tech CEOs of Twitter and Facebook during that Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. She did return to the capital for the first time as vice president elect, and probably the most interesting thing to come out of that with the fact that she received a classified intelligence briefing in her capacity of senator which is interesting because she So far in her capacity as vice president elect has not been able to receive those briefings because the General Services Administration refuses to recognize her and Joe Biden as the president elected by President elect the General Services Administration being the body that kind of overseas the transition, so because of that, she and Joe Biden have not been able to receive that class of those classified intelligence briefings. But she did get a briefing yesterday in her capacity of Senator is does the GS to act on their own earthy at the behest of the president, who has refused to concede or accept the fact that this is a new administration coming in? So they technically act on their own. But there is certainly concerns. There are concerns that there could be you know political influence there and that the G s a is kind of doing that the president's bidding and then until President Trump decides to concede that they won't do it, either, But they do maintain that they are One of their own thing on act independently. I was Senator Chuck Grassley, who has said President elect Biden should be getting those classified intelligence briefings from the Trump administration. We learned yesterday has tested positive for covert 19. That's right. Yes, that's some bad news there. Senator Chuck Grassley, who is the most senior Republican in the Senate. He's just the second oldest senator of the oldest actually being Dianne Feinstein, who's just a few months older, but he is the most senior Republican. He's 87 years old, so high risk demographic there for covert 19, but his office does say he's not experiencing any symptoms. So that's good news. They don't know how he contract ID the virus. The concern is that he was on the floor of the Senate voting on Today, and he was also part of Ah closed door hearing or meeting rather with Republican leadership. People who were in that meeting, though, said that you know, Grassley has been really good about wearing a mask that everybody in that meeting was wearing a mask. But they're not too concerned about having contracting the virus. But he is, you know, the second this week that has announced that he is now isolating. After a possible covert exposure. The first being Republican Senator Rick Scott of Florida, certainly wish them the best. Thank you so much as always say, and that's a bee season as delicate era in Washington. Come

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Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, tests positive for COVID-19

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, tests positive for COVID-19

"Senator Chuck Grassley test positive for Corona viruses immediately quarantined and will continue working from home. Rashly was last at the Capitol Monday. He hasn't missed a Senate vote in 27 years later, Steve Dorsey says Grassley is third in line to the presidency. The 87 year Olds the second oldest member of the Senate, The

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Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, tests positive for COVID-19

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, tests positive for COVID-19

"Republican Senator Chuck Grassley said on Tuesday he has tested positive for the coronavirus, adding in the tweet that he feels good and plans to work from home in Iowa. Earlier Tuesday, he said he was quarantined himself after being exposed to the coronavirus, though he wasn't experiencing any symptoms at 87 years old. Grassley is the second oldest member of the Senate. Grassley said He's feeling well and not currently experiencing any symptoms, but it's important to follow all public health guidelines. Keep each

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Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, 87, tests positive for coronavirus

Gaydos and Chad

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, 87, tests positive for coronavirus

"Were reported overnight. I was Senator Chuck Grassley, the longest serving Republican senator and third in line of presidential succession, says he has tested positive for the coronavirus. 87 year old Grassley tweeted today that he looks forward to resuming his normal schedule soon by missing votes. Today, Grassley broke a 27 year streak of not missing a

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Sen. Grassley, 87, says he tested positive for coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sen. Grassley, 87, says he tested positive for coronavirus

"The longest serving Republican U. S. senators tested positive for covert nineteen Iowa senator Chuck Grassley is eighty seven years old he's third in line in presidential succession and now announces on Twitter he has the new coronavirus Grassley says he's quote feeling good and will keep up his work from home and is looking forward to resuming a normal schedule soon earlier he had said that he'd been exposed to the virus without giving details didn't have symptoms and said he was in quarantine that means that he missed votes in the Senate the first time for Grassley since nineteen ninety three when Iowa had to deal with severe flooding Jackie Quinn Washington

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Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, exposed to COVID-19

The World

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, exposed to COVID-19

"Was Senator Chuck Grassley has been exposed to the Corona virus and is in quarantine. Grassley, the oldest Republican senator, which puts him in third line to succession to the presidency, since he's president, Pro TEM more from NPR's Susan Davis. In a statement, Grassley said he had been exposed to the Corona virus, but did not say how or when he's under quarantine at home Until he gets test results back, he said he's not experiencing any symptoms. You will, however, be forced to break his 27 year streak of never missing a Senate vote. The Senate has experienced waves of positive test cases or self enforce quarantines in recent months. Republican Senator Rick Scott of Florida is also currently under quarantine because of an exposure

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Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, exposed to COVID-19

All of It

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, exposed to COVID-19

"Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley has been exposed to the Corona virus and is now in quarantine. Grassley is the oldest Republican senator and the president protest which puts him third in line and succession to the presidency. NPR's Susan Davis has details. In a statement, Grassley said he had been exposed to the Corona virus, but did not say how or when he's under quarantine at home until he gets test results back, He said he's not experiencing any symptoms. He will, however, be forced to break his 27 year streak of never missing a Senate vote. The Senate has experienced waves of positive test cases or self enforce quarantines in recent months. Republican Senator Rick Scott of Florida is also currently under quarantine because of an exposure to the virus. Despite calls mostly from Democrats to institute a testing and tracing program for senators. No such system exists. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington

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Amy Coney Barrett: Trump Supreme Court nominee sidesteps questions

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:13 min | Last month

Amy Coney Barrett: Trump Supreme Court nominee sidesteps questions

"Judge Amy Cockney barrettes getting a lot of pointed questions. For members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Let's go live to Capitol Hill, W. GOP's Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, Senator Dianne Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the committee, fired off several questions on major legal matters, including abortion. Do you agree with Justice Scalia's view that row was wrongly decided, if I express a view on a precedent, one way or another, whether I say I love it or hate it. It signals to litigants that I might tilt one way or another in a pending case, And in response to questions from Republican Senator Chuck Grassley and Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy, Barrett made it clear she's had no discussions with the White House about how she might rule in cases involving the affordable care act or the upcoming election. It would be a complete violation of the independence of the judiciary for anyone to put a justice on the court as a means of obtaining a particular result. Republicans have praised Barrett during the hearing, which is now in a brief break, Senator John Cornyn pointed out. She has no notebooks in front of her, except for a small white pad. Is there anything on it? That letterhead that says United States Senate that Zim president reporting live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T O P

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for Covid-19, following months of downplaying the virus

Red Eye Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for Covid-19, following months of downplaying the virus

"Breaking his people forced degrees in 10 minutes or less because there's so many families coming through. Republican Senator Chuck Grassley told reporters this week that Congress would likely override President Trump if he chose to veto the National Defense Authorization Act if it includes a provision to rename Army bases bearing the names of Confederate figures. Congress has never overridden Trumpet Ito barbeque Yusa. Now what's trending on W B a. P and w dot com 24 7 News desk A private memorial

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State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:34 min | 7 months ago

State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

"The State Department's Inspector General. I thought to be fired for investigating. The Secretary of State for assigning personal tasks to a department staffer also was investigating the approval of arms sale to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval officials from different congressional committees told NBC News. They believe Inspector General. Steve Clinic was fired in part for investigating Saudi arms sales that Congress had previously rejected house foreign affairs. Committee member Eliot Engel of New York. Confirm that investigation by late Monday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding a more complete explanation for Lennox firing according to the hill. Senator Chuck Grassley Republican of Iowa sent a letter to the president on Monday. Senator Grassley reminded president trump. The law requires detailed explanations for dismissing departmental watchdog to ensure that inspectors. General are not removed for political reasons. President Trump said the claims the secretary of state potentially misuse of government resources are overblown and seeing to consider them acceptable. Even if they are true look he's a high quality person. Mike is very high quality Zuri brilliant guy and now I have you telling me about dog walk in washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader. Then have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid you know stupid. That sounds to the world unbelievable head to wash dishes because his wife wasn't there. The president also confirmed Monday. That secretary of State pompeo requested the dismissal of idealistic but did not directly address the issue of retaliation. President isn't there. At least an appearance of a conflict of interest of secretary. Pompeo is asking you to fire inspector. General's I don't I don't think so. I think maybe he thinks he's being treated unfairly again. He wanted to. He asked me if that would be possible. I said I'll do that. Your I think it should have been done a long time ago. Frankly and this is a man that has had some controversy. This inspector general but So again I don't know anything. I haven't even read much about him. I see that it's a little bit of a story not much of a story. 'cause everybody agrees that. I have the absolute right to fire. The Inspector General's secretary pay later dismissed the idea that his requests for the firing was in retaliation for links investigations into arms deals. And those errands saying quote. Because I simply don't know I'm not briefed on it. I usually see these investigations and final draft form. Twenty four hours forty eight hours before the is prepared to release them. So it's simply not possible for this to be an act of retaliation end of story says Secretary Pompeo the State Department's under-secretary for management told the Post that concern over linen had grown because of a quote pattern of unauthorized disclosures. Leaks to the news media about investigations. That were an early draft form. He added officials had no evidence. Linac was personally responsible for the leak so Casey Hud. There's a lot to unpack there. Let's go back to the arm sale though this was a year ago in. May when the president and secretary pompeo declared an emergency bypassing congress to sell about eight billion dollars worth of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE and it drew condemnation by the way from Republicans not just from Democrats but there was bipartisan. Condemnation of this move and now it appears that inspector general was looking into that declaration of emergency. Yes that's what. Nbc News learned late yesterday when Chairman Angle confirmed that this investigation was going on that they were angry that essentially he had the president and Pompeo tried to circumvent Congress on this arm sales question this was something that there are a lot of. Republicans as you point out who are very invested in what was going on in that particular situation. And who opposed this move by the administration but let's not forget to put the firing of this inspector general in to kind of the broader context in pattern that we're seeing going on here. This is not the first time something like this has happened and the administration has already ignored the rules that they are supposed to follow when something like this happens in the case of Michael Atkinson in the intelligence community by not explaining to Congress within thirty days why they did it and so I think there's a question here as to whether the administration will do it in the case of the State Department. This has been something that has drawn as you pointed out. Bipartisan condemnation chuck. Grassley though senator from Iowa has been particularly focused on this but the reality is Congress's relatively toothless in this regard they can make these demands asking for more information but the laws are not necessarily written in a position. That's strong enough to let them make a real difference here. And what we're left with is kind of a government that is increasingly. Not being held accountable. Now how that lines up with the president's campaign promise to drain the swamp I will let our viewers decide but they seem to be at odds. Donald Trump talked about how incredibly stupid thing sounded at his press conference. And I agree Casey. I want you to listen to this clip. One more time and let's focus on the part where Donald Trump says that he doesn't want Mike Palm. Oh doing dishes if his wife isn't there take a look. Look he's a high quality person. Mike is a very high quality his brilliant guy and now I have you tell me about dog walking washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader than have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid stupid. That sounds to the world. Unbelievable quoting the president of the United States to you know Mr President how stupid that sounds to the world that in twenty twenty you say he needs State Department officials to washes dishes in case his wife. Isn't there

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Senate approves $484 billion coronavirus relief package

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Senate approves $484 billion coronavirus relief package

"The US Senate passed a new package for pandemic relief funds yeah more help on the way the four hundred eighty four billion dollar measure is likely to be approved in the house tomorrow this package includes three hundred twenty billion dollars for that paycheck protection program intended to help small businesses keep workers on their payrolls lawmakers and the trump administration know that we're going to need more than this and they're already turning their attention to the next round of stimulus okay so let's talk about that stimulus and the fact that we're not bringing him very much tax money we're going to see higher taxes down the road well that that's a question that to be answered ladonna but they're paying for the economic stimulus won't necessarily mean higher taxes at least according to senator Chuck Grassley Mr Grassley told Bloomberg that taxes will not have to be raised providing providing interest rates

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Senate closing in on deal for $1.6 trillion rescue package

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Senate closing in on deal for $1.6 trillion rescue package

"Update senators inching closer to a bipartisan deal to keep hospitals running and Americans surviving fruitful corona virus crisis senator Chuck Grassley American people need Congress to put partisan politics aside and provide the American people relief as quickly as possible to get the economy

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Trump speaks in N.C. after celebrating his Senate acquittal

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:07 min | 10 months ago

Trump speaks in N.C. after celebrating his Senate acquittal

"Trump is celebrating his acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial who is evil was corrupted was dirty cops it was leakers suppliers CBC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from the White House good morning Karen good morning he didn't have a celebratory tone to his voice however we were really expecting this triumphant victory lap and I think we got the first hint of it yesterday morning when the president was at the national prayer breakfast an annual event in DC and he spoke in just such a somber dark tone his voice was hoarse perhaps from being up late the night before we knew he was tweeting after midnight and that continued in the afternoon you know he had cheering applauding people in front of them members of Congress his staff his lawyers and there was a celebrant Tory feel to it but the president didn't just focus on the impeachment you know he went through his list of grievances from the past couple of years and he was really venting about all of this I think there has been a lot of talk this week from Republican members of Congress people close to the president you say we hope you just moves on put this in your rear view mirror and shift your focus put it behind you and look towards the reelection senator Chuck Grassley in fact tweeted yesterday that he hoped the president would be the healer in chief now for the nation a little bit of a conciliatory outreach we did not see that yesterday from the president there was no remorse no concession and he did anything wrong despite Republican saying they hoped he would just give a little bit and what are Democrats saying will there be more investigations Lucy yesterday said there is nothing in the books there's nothing right now that they're planning there's nothing on the horizon that said I think it was striking the she didn't totally close the door on it because you know we got a lot of things that could still be coming up for member jumbled Madoc and had him a lot recently that book hasn't come out yet it will at some point and for now all we've seen are exurbs of The New York Times has seen at some point that text will be out and there could be more information in there because of course Democrats really really want to Bolton to testify there was a an insinuation by the president yesterday that there's some people may have a price to pay for putting him through all of this yeah I mean his press secretary said that flat out on fox news yesterday that Democrat should be held accountable for what they did to him and that maybe people should pay for that that was greeted with a pretty swift backlash people said that was a chilling comment from the press secretary to the president might be seeking a political retribution against people that he feels wronged him they haven't said exactly what he would do but I think we're just seeing it already with that Ronnie and how aggressively the president is criticizing him for being that one Republican vote that was guilty on the first article of impeachment alright Karen thanks for your time have a great weekend CBC's Karen Travers with us from the White House The Washington Post is reporting the president trump plans to push out a national security official who testified against him during the impeachment inquiry lieutenant colonel Alexander Vendramin said during his testimony that right matters and that's why he agreed to testify the post claims the trump will have then been reassigned to the defense department pushing him out of the White House CNN is reporting that there are indications also that acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney may be on the verge of being pushed

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Trump takes victory lap after acquittal at impeachment trial

America in the Morning

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Trump takes victory lap after acquittal at impeachment trial

"Presence president trump taking what he called a victory lap following his acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial at the White House yesterday criticizing Democrats and thanking his supporters ABC's Jonathan Karl is there I spoke to several of the president's staunchest supporters there in the room with them who said that they hoped he would take the acquittal and move on senator Chuck Grassley for one said that these message to the president is that American now needs a healer in chief but the president made it clear that he still wants vindication and

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Democrats calls proposed impeachment trial rules a cover up

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Democrats calls proposed impeachment trial rules a cover up

"McConnell's pitching a speedy trial with compressed arguments and no guarantee the Senate will hear from witnesses war see documents Democrats say are vital this is not a process for a fair trial this is the process for Rick trial lead house impeachment manager Adam Schiff calls it a cover up designed by president trump for president trump and top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says they seem to have been written in the white house not the Senate GOP senator Chuck Grassley insists the trial will be fair since each side will have twenty four hours to make arguments the president's at an economic conference in Switzerland and repeated his daily bashing of the proceedings as a total hoax I'm sure it's their work out fine Sager make Donnie Washington

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Impeachment inquiry takes center stage at rally

America in the Morning

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Impeachment inquiry takes center stage at rally

"Were sent to learn more from the impeachment inquiry today is transcripts from more witnesses including you ambassador Gordon someone will be released and the inquiry looming larger trump rally in Kentucky last night at the Louisville rally Republican senator rand Paul we also now know the name of the whistleblower who needs to testify to Congress as Paul do you work for Joe Biden at the same time hunter Biden was get money from corrupt all the guards none of those allegations are confirmed Iowa Republican senator Chuck Grassley has repeated that confidentiality under the federal whistleblower law protects people who come forward to share information so government officials can be held responsible and should be respected chucks Iverson ABC news president trump at that rally slamming the impeachment inquiry itself last week the far left has declared war on American democracy

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Mike Pompeo accuses Democrats of trying to 'bully' State officials into interviews

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Mike Pompeo accuses Democrats of trying to 'bully' State officials into interviews

"We're following breaking news in the impeachment. Investigation sources tell C. N. N. that the trump administration's former on void to Ukraine still plans to be questioned by members of Congress on Thursday this this despite secretary of State Mike Pompeo's efforts to stall any immediate testimony by State Department officials about the Ukraine scandal tonight on Peyot and top House House Democrats are accusing each other trying to intimidate witnesses with the Democrats warning that pompey's actions may be used as evidence of obstruction. I'll be getting reaction reaction from a Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee Congressman. Steve Cohen and our correspondents and analysts are also standing by. Let's go to the White House I and C. N. N. In White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins Caitlyn Secretary Pompeo is facing growing pressure and also scrutiny as this probe intensifies yeah and essentially Briana what he's he's arguing in. This letter is that Democrats rush these requests to sit down with these officials buck. One former official doesn't seem to think it's happening too soon. That's because Kurt folk or who was the former special envoy to Ukraine who resigned last week after he got caught up in the middle of the scandal has agreed to continue to sit down with Democrats on Thursday for his deposition but now the question is going to be how much he'll say and whether or not the State Department will try to limit it to disgrace tonight secretary of State Mike Pompeo is following president trump's lead accusing Democrats with questions about Ukraine of trying to intimidate him bully state eight department officials into giving rush depositions the secretary of state writing in a letter. I will not tolerate such tactics. The three democratic chairs fired back quickly saying pompeo should immediately sees intimidating department witnesses in order to protect himself and the President Secretary Secretary Pompeo's actions also coming under scrutiny from someone who once held his job secretary of State's job is to make sure that he knows house number one what the president's GonNa say on those calls. TNN has confirmed pumping was listening in when trump pressured Ukrainian President Dolinsky to investigate investigate the Biden's even though he seems surprised by a question about those conversations just days ago so you just gave me a report talk about a campaign none of which I've seen as trump maintains. His call was perfect. The Ukrainian president is distancing getting himself from the man at the center of it all. I've never met earl- digit never as the impeachment angry heats up. Trump is keeping his focus on the whistle blower insisting he's entitled to interview the person who started the investigation. The president is questioning the identity of the whistle blower as his allies allies are questioning their motives what's going on here. Why did they change the rules about whistleblower. you can use hearsay when you use could not just weeks before the complaint he had no first-hand knowledge. He is giving them hearsay evidence but none of what they said is true. According to trump's own intelligence community inspector general who in a rare pushback said the official had some firsthand knowledge and none of the rules to be a whistle blower have changed Republican Senator Chuck Grassley Asleep chairs the whistleblower protection caucus and he broke with trump today when he said the official to be heard and protected one official all still in the president's corner is Attorney General Bill Barr who in recent months has pressed multiple foreign leaders for help as he investigates the origins of the Russia Chen Bussey Gatien following trump orders from May and I hope he looks at the UK and I hope he looks at Australia and I hope he looks at Ukraine rain. I hope he looks at everything now Brianna right now. The Secretary of State is travelling overseas where the reporters with him have asked him questions about his role in this scandal so far has an answer those questions we're going to be waiting to see what he says and whether or not these other officials follow suit with the former official who is still going to sit down with those. Democrats Kaitlan Collins at the White House thank you and let's get more now on this battle between the State Department and impeachment investigators on the hill we have. CNN Congressional national correspondent Sunlen Serfaty joining us and Sunlen despite what we heard today from Secretary Pump Congress could still hear from key players outlined in this complaint. That's right Brianna despite fight all this the person is former special envoy to the Ukraine Kurt Volker. He says he will still appear on Capitol Hill on Thursday and that's according to an aid read telling CNN tonight testimony likely behind closed doors on Thursday and Bulker of course is no longer a State Department employee after he abruptly resigned last week after being named in the whistle blow report the whistle blower alleging that bulker had involvement in the conversations with the Ukrainian president resident how about navigate the demands that complaint says that President Trump made of the Ukrainian president and he was one of the five people that the Committees Committee's had wanted to talk to you wanted to get depositions from over the course of this two week recess now meantime the testimony of former. US Ambassador Ukraine which had had been scheduled for tomorrow up here on Capitol Hill that delayed at least a week likely push until Friday of next week Brianna these voices potentially significant and the Democrats impeachment pro and some we just heard a Republican Senator Chuck Grassley is breaking with the president saying the whistle blower deserves to be heard. What else is he saying. He Yeah Grassley voices such a key. Republican up here on Capitol Hill and this is certainly a big rebuke significant that he is essentially breaking with President trump and almost most calling him out directly saying that the whistle blower should be heard and protected grassley out with a statement this afternoon saying in part quote. No one should be making judgment or pronouncements without hearing from the whistle blower I and carefully following the facts uninformed speculation wielded by politicians or media commentators. Here's as a partisan weapon is counterproductive and doesn't serve the country. Grassley is the chambers senior most Republicans someone who has worked on whistle blower protection laws for years so certainly significant words in stinging words absolutely directed and President Trump's drug addiction tight even though he does not name president trump by name in a statement brands definitely clear as you say Sunlen. Thank

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You're a consumer looking to buy one of these nice SUV's, how would you feel about five percent increase in price? I mean it's going to be tough twenty five percent increase. Probably be disaster. The White House doubling down. Not only have we thought this through. But we've been talking about it since the president, not just on the campaign, but took office, the president has been saying, for months if not years, that we have to do something to secure our border senators, even as Republican lawmakers pushed back, I alwa-, Senator Chuck Grassley issuing this statement, reading trade policy and border security are separate issues. This is a misuse of presidential tariff thority and counter to congressional intent in a press conference. Mexico's president thing, the measures would not benefit Mexicans or Americans in Washington. I'm Kristen Holmes reporting. Well, we're not really going to be talking about trade policy in this portion of the program, but just general tenor of that report, and you may recall Kristen Holmes. Very first words, President Trump sending a shock wave throughout the country. He do that. What does they some people just say that the president could be crazy? Maybe some say that the president is of disciplined, maybe or there's another theory, and that's worth looking at, as we talked to evening with David Johnson, CEO, and founder of strategic vision, PR group to take a look at the presidential messaging strategy and philosophy. David, thank you for joining us tonight. It's great to be on. So the president is, again, sending shock waves throughout the country, sometimes throughout the world, and you have made it most interesting comparison between President Trump and earlier president president Nixon what, what is that comparison? All the comparison is Richard Nixon developed when he was president for foreign policy to so-called mad man theory that he'd studied into our that is you white your adversaries to think you're so crazy, so Roddick, you'll do anything that they'll come to the negotiation table and make concessions for Nixon. It helped him in the Vietnam war open the door to China. Also detente with the Soviet Union. Now, Donald Trump's that his first remembrance of president the first president that he got to know was Richard Nixon in with Donald Trump. Yes. People say what he does Roddick bizarre. But it always seems to have a purpose and if you look he usually get some kind of result at the end, and I think he's applying Nixon's madman theory, not just the foreign policy, but to domestic policy as well like FOX. Yes. He's crazy like FOX and today we so with tariffs with Mexico everyone in a panic yet. The Mexicans are terrified the devil, recent their foreign minister to Washington to try to me with a ministration officials defined solution. Interesting. Longest run of the subject, I gather you're willing to, to talk about the tariff issue. But I want to return to this, this madman theory before we're done it terms of, of the merits of the action. I know that from that previous report, we heard Chuck Grassley state that I'll just quote him trade policy at border security are separate issues. This is a misuse of presidential tariff thirty countered congressional attempt intent it may be counter to congressional intent. And yes, they are separate policies separate issues that doesn't mean necessarily that the tactics can't overlap, there are circumstances in which we may require a certain amount of leverage over another country and the leverage may not be there in the issue at hand, which is not to say that there's anything either wrong, or illegal or unconstitutional about applying leverage elsewhere to reach the desired end. No. There isn't an look the president has over and over again complained about the border is as resources to combat it. He's Mexico for its help. We all know, give Kratz the house reviews if the money for his border wall, so far, Mexico has been stalling so the president decided to Tien tariffs with congress incidently abdicated and gave him more power to and other previous presidents as well control terrorists you this force decision. And some of these critics even on the Republican side like Senator Grassley and others have also all admitted that we do have a problem at the border and the president takes very seriously. The preserve, protect and defend the constitution in the American people in his feelings. He will use whatever resources see can legally to end this is Esther. Border. Some people might call a crazy unconstitutional. It's not in it seems to be working Mexico appears to be backing down and shown indication that they're willing to work in terms of crazy. Of course unconstitutional two different issues. Crazy is a very subjective judgment. And if it works, and it doesn't have a disastrous side effect that I say by definition, it's not it's not crazy. And again, something has to be done about the Mexican attitude of flushing their own employment problem, north, when they themselves have always been pretty good about defending dare southern border, but they treat their northern border as a place that they can with impunity send people across in fact, at one point, the Mexican government was even printing comic books detailing how you cross the border into the United States. So I find it fine. In terms of. Of, of constitutionality. Again congressional intent is not a critical issue here. The critical issue is what the law said that was passed. And if that was about the virus had in mind than the congress should have written something else. Exactly. And if you look the mix never expected, an American president to do what he did today with terrorists, and it's creating panic in the Mexican governing circles, as I said, they've already sent their foreign minister to try to put an end to this. So the tears yet again Donald Trump with his so called erotic behavior is scoring nother triumph just as we he did with North Korea. He got them to go. She's table..

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You're on the Gulf war. Were you there when he got the news now, I was I was at the waiting to get on Air Force One. When I got it. He was at Merrill, Lago and it came out about three o'clock. And I think, but Tony time that our office got it in you got it couldn't have been a couple of minutes. On there. I saw him on the plane afterwards and. Just put I don't know how to explain this. I mean, you've been under extreme scrutiny even shouting to the mountaintop. I didn't do this a sense of relief. Sense of frustration. How could this happen or those who did it gonna get away with it? And I hope some new energy to that will lead to okay now, the twenty six maybe legitimacy D'amoto election that I didn't have before. Let's go on about governor the country last question. We're here. Who else would you be looking? Well. How was still hired. I'd like for him to come. If you would. Establish a record of how much did the Democratic Party pay fusion GPS? How much money did they give the Mr. Steele? How could Bruce oars wife worked for fusion GPS while he was like the number four at DOJ. Ask a question is the dossier? Verified to this day is my belief that the information in the dossier is unverified to this very day. Mr. cooling did not go to Prague the salacious material in the dossier. This just a bunch of garbage. I think generated by Russians trying to undercut our democracy. So I will do being I'll be doing oversight to try to put this puzzle together. And I don't know what Mr. bar will do. But I ain't because of the emotional nature of all this that somebody like Mr. Muller needs to look at the Faisal warrant the other stuff. Thank you very much. Senator Lindsey Graham Republican from South Carolina, and chair of the judiciary committee earlier today on Capitol Hill. This is she's brand radio programming from Monday WCBS be from Washington. The Senate is now coming into session for the week continued debate on judicial nominations also senators will take a resolution in support of the so-called green new deal. And some of them may talk about the Muller report live now to the Senate under the previous order. The leadership time is reserved morning. Businesses closed under the previous sort of the Senate will proceed to executive session to resume consideration of the following nomination. Which the clerk will report nomination the judiciary Bridget s Baid of Arizona to the United States Circuit Judge for the ninth circuit. Senator from Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley. I come to the floor today to share a message from Iowa's heartland. As you know, millions of Americans in the middle of the country are experiencing catastrophic flooding, my home state of Iowa. And our neighbors in Nebraska are particularly hard hit and downriver of the Missouri and Mississippi it'll affect others. I wanna thank the administration for swift response on Saturday to approve the expedited request for a major disaster declaration made by Iowa governor, Kim Reynolds on Thursday evening, the flooding has caused tremendous damage impacting more than two terms of Iowa's ninety nine counties. The federal disaster proclamation will trigger emergency assistance to fifty six of those counties, so far, and that would be the counties and boom on the map here. Governor Reynolds team has been in trenches working hand in hand with local officials in county emergency coordinators. They estimated damage so far across our entire state being one in six billion dollars. The damage is estimated for agriculture is two hundred and fourteen Marian damages to homes and eighty one million levee repair estimates five hundred and twenty-five. By all accounts. And every possible metric the damages and devastation are overwhelming. And yet at the very same time, the legendary mythology of America's heartland people is rooted in true, rogue recovery will be long ruling and at times gruesome, but I am confident that the grit and resilience of Iowans and their fellow Midwesterners will prevail. The last week. We've heard remarkable stories of neighbor helping neighbor of neighbors helping total strangers. Residents of all ages. And residents of differing.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Republican Senator Chuck Grassley on bipartisan legislation Blumenthal Grassley introduced legislation Monday to streamline the public release of a report on special counsel, Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election in my conversation, so far there has been a lot of receptivity even tentative support among my Republican colleagues. Of course, there has been among Democrats as well. Blumenthal says he's optimistic the Bill will pass the utility company liable for damages and California's deadly campfire is a clearing bankruptcy PGA filed for chapter eleven today citing wildfires in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen the company's liabilities from the disasters exceeds fifty one billion dollars. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio checking out the movies this weekend. Here's your box office preview. The weekend's big new releases miss Bala based on a twenty eleven Mexican film of the same name. Gina rodriguez. Plays Gloria makeup artists from LA who we with her best friend in Tijuana, women friend disappears glory is kidnapped and forced to smuggle money for a drug cartel and asked to use Oliver brains and talent to escape the cartel and the DA and rescue her friend in the process. There's action thriller also stars male crews Cordova, Anthony, Mackie and Thomas Dekker out in limited release is the man versus nature survival. Film Arctic following a plane crash man is stranded in the farthest north reaches of the globe after a botched rescue that adds an injured woman to the mix. He faces the choice of staying at his remote camp or striking out into the icy unknown moss Mickelson stars and there's Icelandic production. Still in theaters are glass, the upside aquaman, the kid who would be king and Spiderman into the spider verse plus green book, a dog's way, home serenity, escape room and. Dragon ball super and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. Book seems to be getting serious.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on AP News

"Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, President Trump helped push cross reforms that have been in the works for years. I think fair to say as we proceeded over the last four years to get a piece of legislation like this that they'd be skeptical about this president don't be skeptical anymore measure now goes to the house where it's expected to be passed incentive. Trump for his signature White House says it now wants congress to find a way to avoid a partial government shutdown at the end of the week. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell says he pitched deal to democratic counterpart Chuck Schumer one point six billion dollars for border fencing and an extra billion for the president to us on the border that I thought was reasonable to both sides. It wasn't too Schumer. We would not accept their one billion dollar slush fund here at the White House. The president says he's waiting to see what happens too early to say spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says he administration wants to see what the Senate might be able to pass. So the president can review it. In the meantime, she says he's asking cabinet secretaries to look for funding that could potentially be used for border security saga megani at the White House ethics complaints against supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh have been dismissed six complaints against new supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh have been dismissed by a panel of federal judges in announcing the dismissal. The judges said the complaints were filed under a federal law that does not apply to supreme court justices in all there were fifteen complaints dealing with statements cavenaugh made during his confirmation hearings. The complaints originally filed with the US court of appeals for the district of Columbia circuit where later transferred by chief Justice John Roberts, two federal judges in Colorado and neighboring states, Mike Rossier, Washington. This is a. Radio news. Arizona's governor appoints congresswoman Martha mcsally to replace Senator John Kyle to the seat once held by the late. John mccain. Here's AP's Ed Donahue last month. Mix. Sally lost the race to replace Jeff flake in the Senate democrat Christian cinema at one point during the campaign. She accused him of treason brags that she owns one hundred pair of shoes I one hundred combat missions serving our country. Now Sally will join the Senate the same day cinema is sworn in. There's a lot of common ground between us, and I'm ready to hit it running. Arizona's two senators have always worked together for decades. That's our tradition and how we're most effective. Governor Doug Ducey says Amazon need someone who understands the critical issues and can get to work on day one. I'm Ed Donahue, Nevada's first date in US history with an overall female majority in the legislature women fifty one percent of the sixty three total seats in both houses. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news..

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I'm begging a chocolate bar. You were talking about the two thousand eighteen farm Bill. It's passed through congress and now awaits president Donald Trump's signature he is expected to sign the Bill this week. It's an eight hundred sixty seven billion dollar five-year Bill that expands subsidies and deals with the nations food stamp program as well. We heard in the last segment how it would seek to legalize hemp in the United States would love to hear your thoughts on the farm Bill, and whether or not affect you, Catherine Boudreaux's with us, she's food and agriculture reporter for politico and Catherine wanted to play a little bit of tape because I want to explore the issue the subsidies with you a bit more because it did not get unanimous support at all. Here's Republican Senator Chuck Grassley. He's on the Senate committee of agriculture, nutrition and forestry obviously represents Iowa as well. And he told W O I television in Des Moines last week that he voted against the farm Bill. And here's why we shouldn't be subsidizing big farmers. Get bigger, and that's what we're doing and cutting out beginning beginning in younger farmers getting started. So I voted against it on that narrow reason. But a very important reason to me, Catherine Boudreau said tell us a little bit more about what the senators talking about here about subsidizing big farmers to get bigger. What did he mean? Right. So Senator Chuck Grassley for he has for a long time tried to rein in eligibility for commodity subsidies on farms, the number of people on a farm who can qualify for subsidies. Basically, everyone who's receiving payments from these farm programs Haas to be quote, unquote. Actively engaged this is a UCA definition and Senator Chuck Grassley thinks that's a ver to loose, and it allows non farmers people who aren't really lifting a finger and doing the work to to receive upwards of one hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year. That's the limit per person. Okay. So can you clarify that a little bit? Because I'm seeing here that what we're talk. About is that it's possible now for nephews nieces and first cousins who may not even be working on the farm at all to qualify for these subsidies. They technically still have to meet this definition. And there's really a lot of debate about whether this definition of actively engaged strict enough, and it's just, you know, the they tried to strengthen the definition in the last farm Bill, and that's something that Senator Chuck Grassley was working on, but essentially, they exempted family farms from the more strict definition, and that means that, you know, most of these family farms are the most of the family farms in this country. Sorry, most of the farms in this country are family farms. So they didn't weren't subject to the stricter. Excuse me definition. Okay. Forgive me for being a little confused. But you know, we're not. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's highly technical because this Senator Chuck Grassley is. Goosing in on a very narrow part of how people qualify for for substitutes. But that's been a long crusade of his. Okay. I guess so here relying on your expertise have you're the person who's gone through every page of this Bill. But what I'm seeing in news reports people keep pointing at this. The the final Bill includes this house proposal that would allow more distant relatives to qualify for commodity subsidies. Is that have to do? I mean is that with which is right. What is that? Farm owner. Yes. Your farm owner. And you have a a cousin niece nephew on the farm. I mean, they now will be considered a family member and be eligible. But again, they have to meet this definition that USDA enforces. And there's a lot of debate about whether that is strict enough. Okay. And then in addition to that there was a Senate attempt to limit the payments to the wealthier producers as you were talking about before. But that is not in the Bill is that what the Senator Grassley was objecting to. Yes, he also takes issue with the current limit the income limit is nine hundred thousand dollars a year. So if you're earning above that, you do not qualify for commodity subsidies. The Senate wanted to lower that to seven hundred thousand dollars. But that ultimately was stripped from the Bill is e okay..

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I'm Kerry Washington. Here are some of the stories we're following the Florence county coroner is telling WBZ T W thirteen news one officer has died in that shooting in South Carolina today. Four other officers were also shot a suspect is in custody and officials saints no longer an active shooting situation. The male suspect was inside a home in vintage place. It's off Hoffmeyer road and place asked residents to avoid the area. Florence is about seventy seven miles east of Columbia White House. Press secretary Sarah Sanders is defending President Trump's criticism of Christine Blasi Ford, who's accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. He was stating facts that were given during Docker Ford's testimony and the president challenged for its claims during a rally in Mississippi last night. Sanders also slammed Democrats for continuing efforts to delay. Kavanagh's confirmation calling the allegations against all false and baseless now four who's accusing cavenaugh sexually assaulting or said she would turn over. Key documents to the FBI all they have to do is ask Senator Chuck Grassley asked lawyers to submit notes birth therapy sessions and polygraph results afford and her attorney have offered to be interviewed by the FBI. They say so far no one's taken her up on that offer. This San Antonio foodbanks providing breakfast and lunch for the four year olds in the city's pre K for Esa program. You know, it's always a challenge for any parent to get their kids to eat healthy food banks there at Cooper says the kids will get meals prepared by the food Bank with a focus on nutrition. And we'll also take field trips to the food Bank can help in the food banks urban garden part it's usually done by Americans. Like, Andy Warhol, a new exhibit at the McNair takes a broader look with artists from south and Central America. And their take on modern painting sculpture, and film curator Estra Guevarra says the public will instantly recognize some of the styles. Hopefully, the experience of the show is to feel really open and attracted and welcome to it. And then also offer an opportunity to think about America. In a different way. The exhibits already winning awards for projects that explore underrepresented areas of art history. If you're a boomer generation X her you probably think of apartments has places for people who can't afford a home. But a new study by cafe means you need to rethink that almost all apartment construction in San Antonio since two thousand fourteen been high end with luxury amenities and fitting rank cafe says the landlords are marketing to high earning millennials who are still a little bit shy about a thirty year mortgage. Breaking news on the hour at the half an anytime at W O A I dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing. I'm Kerry lucky on News Radio twelve hundred w o. I. I.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Bio by happy Friday, everybody. I woke up this morning. Honest with you. I already had almost all my show. Prep done for today. Because today was going to be a fun day. And I was I had a bunch of really stupid stories about people doing stupid things and bolt turns out I still have a bunch of stories about people doing stupid things, but they're not really laughing matters. They're stupid people doing stupid things. In case you have not heard. Senator Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the judiciary committee this morning. Held the gavel open much that meant that. They're hearing today was scheduled for two hours, but he allowed senators on both sides to participate. Embroil boy pontificate did they ever on the democrat side. Pontificate? And they would mention, you know, they're friends across the aisle in the collegiality in the camaraderie, and how they really respect this. And that I mean, it was it was just vomit inducing. Once they finished. They would then sanctimoniously announced that they were getting up and walking out. As if anybody really gave a rat's ass about either. What they said or the fact that they walked out. It wasn't even good political theater. Sometimes you get people that are really good. You get someone that gives a really good stem. Winder speech was really passionate about what they say. Because they believe it, you know, the people that do the best public. Speaking of the people that speak from the heart that speak from their heart and their head because of what they know. And they don't stand up there with notes or written scripted speech. Those are the people you pay attention to. Those are the people listen to because you know, that they're passionate about what they believe him. And then there are those who are lying through their teeth and just going through the motions and saying the words, and you know, you can tell that it's all I I want to petition the Federal Communications Commission. Did I think the word bull? Bs. Should be able to be settled air because if we are going to be surrounded by so much BS coming in emanating out of Washington DC, and quite frankly from other parts of the country, then we should be able to call Spade. A spade. And what I saw today was utter. Unpasteurized bs. Cory booker. Talking about how he worked so hard to get on the Senate Judiciary committee because he cares about Justice because he cares about somehow bridging the partisan divide. Soaks so much crap. Democrats don't care about bipartisanship. But let's be honest. I don't care about bipartisanship either. I think it's way overrated. We need to be quite honest. And we need to be clear minded. Clear-sighted about what's going on? So maybe buried delete here. A little bit. Retiring US, Senator Jeff flake. Named flake? Was caught on camera today on the Senate elevator just being derided by three? Three. Female protesters. You want to use a different word, but I won't. And he sat there with his head down. While these women just chided him about everything. I didn't write down the name of the Twitter account that captured at all it was all staged. Then Jeff flake goes into into the Senate Judiciary committee hearing. And just before the gavel ends the hearing. So that they can proceed to the vote on whether or not to forward the nomination of Brad Kavanagh to the floor of the United States Senate. After the gavel is closed or pounded. And it's time for the vote. Suddenly Jeff flake and Chris coons? Disappear into the anteroom. And everybody's looking around and pretty soon. Lots of senators are getting up and going into the anteroom small room just off the hearing room. And then the reporters start to speculate about what's going on. And then Senator flake comes out and announces that he will indeed vote to report the nomination of Brad Kavanagh out to the floor of the United States Senate for a four vote on this condition. The Federal Bureau of investigation. Conduct a limited background investigation. Limited in time and scope to one week and to the allegations made this far. I don't know what that means. I know limited time means that you're going to set a deadline. I don't know whether it's three days a week or whatever else. I don't know. I'll tell you what Fox News reports of a second limited in scope to what allegations the allegations by Dr Ford because those the only allegations that were actually presented by witnesses. Dr Ford at the hearing day before yesterday or yesterday. Or are we going to have the FBI investigate all these other unfounded anonymous allegations?.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One forty eight overcast skies in fifty seven degrees right now in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm Mike Macklin top stories we're following now. The Senate Judiciary committee it a recess as Democrats and Republicans are huddling in separate partisan caucuses right now discussing strategy in figuring out what comes next all ahead of today's vote on whether or not to approve judge Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the US supreme court. The vote initially scheduled for this morning was pushed back to one thirty this afternoon since then the paddle has been involved in intense debate in public session, but they have recessed in recent minutes to go behind closed doors and caucus along partisan lines, the chairman of the committee now back in his seat in it appears the committee is returning to the hearing room when it is clear that hearing has resumed. We will be rejoining it live. Governor Charlie Baker announcing a new loan program for businesses impacted by widespread gas explosions in the Merrimack valley, and there's been another major security breach at Facebook this time as many as fifty million users have been affected investors spooked by SEC fraud charges against St. lawn. Musk CBS business correspondent Jason book says the founder's job could be in jeopardy. Tesla's CEO Elon Musk is going to fight SEC fraud charges that could see him removed from the company he founded fifteen years ago musk reportedly rejected a settlement with the SEC and the agency now wants him gone from tesla destination wealth manager, and we will interrupt that report on Facebook, the Kennedy in Washington is now back in session. The chairman a Senator Chuck Grassley is speaking. The Senate is apparently still taking their seats. But it appears as though the Kennedy is about to resume its session after Democrats and Republicans caucus lung themselves behind closed doors for bunch of the past half hour, forty minutes minutes, or so it was a vote expected to take place on the nomination. Brad kavanagh. But that has now been put off by twenty minutes while these caucuses have.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Senator Chuck Grassley explains the FBI's role is not to investigate sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh Ford is alleging cavenaugh assaulted her more than thirty years ago. Grassley says he hopes Ford will change your mind and testify in a hearing scheduled for Monday, Trump says supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is confronting a very unfair situation. Multiple people are injured in a shooting at a district. Judges office in Mason town, Pennsylvania about thirty miles south of Pittsburgh, emergency crews are at the scene and the public is being advised to stay away from the area. A police. Officers reportedly injured, but is expected to survive. Atom marine base in North Carolina this morning, President Trump called the flooding from Florence epic Trump, thank local state and federal officials have been involved in helping the Carolinas. Get through the monster. Storm Trump called Florence one of the most powerful and devastating storms in US. History to women are dead after a police van transporting them in South Carolina became trapped by flood water. The women were described as mental health patients who needed transport to a different facility while traveling to that facility, they encountered rising floodwater as a result of hurricane. Florence two deputies escaped from the cab and tried to get the women out of the back but were unable to open the doors. The US customs and border protection is looking to figure out ways to improve conditions for the growing number of children coming across the border seeped Commissioner Kevin McKinnon will meet today in Texas with agents non-governmental organizations and others. Steep commissioner. Kevin michelina will meet today in Texas with agents non-governmental organizations than others Macalinsan told USA today, he wants to make sure his agency has the right type of the Soltys and professionals to deal with children coming to the US from Central America. A new poll finds democrat Andrew gillum leading the Republican opponent Ron to satisfy six points and the Florida governor's race. The Reuters Ipsos poll of likely voters shows Gillam leading to satisfy fifty percent to forty four percent. The poll of one thousand likely voters as the margin of error of four percent. The same poll shows governor Rick Scott with a one point lead over Bill Nelson and the race for US Senate forty six percent to forty five percent voters are also split on President Trump's job performance with forty seven percent reporting. They approve of the job he's doing compared to fifty three percent. Who disapprove your next update is at five thirty. I'm Ron Hersey. Stay connected with news anytime at eight fifty W F T L dot com..

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on KGO 810

"Quote on he claims being misinterpreted of course because that's what they always do when they see something exceptionally stupid rude and a noxious he said i think not ham i'm quoting senator chuck grassley this is what he told the demoain register in an interview published on saturday quote i think not having the estate tax recognizes the people that are investing as opposed to those that are just spending every darn penny they have whether it's a boozer women are movies so they make sure i get this straight senator chuck grassley from the fine corn state of iowa made i just said that allowed did i sale corn they're known for corn they share are ya they can get more bushels a corn breaker than anywhere else in the world with their deep healing methods which of course is destroying the planet yet anyway silos of corn field within nasa windmills in northern iowa as well i windmill farms ya oil they don't talk quite as much with minnesota accent but in iowa yeah they like the corner is there any paeans iowa hampshire this pizza somewhere gonna roll through there yeah universe pizza there's the big chain of pizza restaurants man i can't remember i've eaten there so many times that three the borrows not what like that but it's not it's actually local to like minnesota in iowa and choose exa pizza chain and they have like the pizza buffet lunch for like these pizza now i want to tell these yes he sees is up in that area to lyles have been these you've already had ed where he mall or airport yeah now there what's a call that i can't but these i've never been to anyway it's like eight bucks in use the all you want a buffet yeah maybe nine by maersk probably ten now but yeah and it they're the ones who at the desert pizza the league that that denies exists yeah so anyway but it basically is he basically said if you're not a millionaire is because you're an idiot 'cause you're boos you're a boozy fluency you're a boozy fluids if you're not a millionaire who subject to the estate tax that's what he said i mean when we read that you again i think not having the.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WWL

"And steal regardless of this man's character it's more important to have a republican in that seat and i think really this is just another indication of how how mentally and emotionally divided we are as a country it's more important for for a lot of people's more important to have the the numbers on your side than it is to have a quality people as kind of a kind of a scary thought so if you're not rich let me some of you are rich but if you're not rich why are you not rich do you envy those americans it but have money to invest de ever wonder why you didn't become richer how to become rich republican senator chuck grassley says he thinks that if you don't have money to invest you joined the ranks of the richest by stop spending money on boos women and movies in an interview ever twenty knives senator grassley said i think not having the estate tax recognizes the people that are investing as opposed to those who are just spending every dorin penny they have whether it's on boos or women or movies are you not rich because you spend too much on bows women and movies and fanta and things like that is it really that simple do you think this is a very insensitive statement or do you do you support it look the guy's a republican i'm not i'm not focusing too much on that but he is a republican and he was talking about his support for the new republican tax plan which i don't know if it has an official name but the unofficial name seems to be the tax cut and jobs act and the central favours this of the new republican tax plan would double the exemption for mary couple from eleven billion to twenty two million if if they inherited money and this means that people could inherit a lot more money and not have to pay taxes but this is also known as the desk tax so i i do understand this this argument that the estate tax is a double tax the money's tax when it's earned and the money's taxed again what's an when it inherited and i i personally think that's wrong tax at one time somebody pay taxes on it you shouldn't treated as income when somebody inherited that's my opinion but that's not.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"World so we have some basis to assume this person might be connected to terrorism before we would even undertake to do so but the obvious purpose of it is to find out who they are talking to and what they might be plotting i is now not necessary to have a warrant the courts have never required that to do so would be unimaginable all problem for our officers and wicked makes maybe there are some things we can do to create confidence but i hope the as you wrestle through with it that we don't add things in aren't really valuable but make it problematic for agents to be effective in using our this constitutionally approved procedure would be dangerous to erect obstacles to the use of section 702 or to allow it to lapse would it be dangerous to the american people there is no doubt about it as the director of national intel yes ahead of the national security agency head of the fbi have all testify on i'm were take my five minutes snow during your june 13th hearing before the senate select committee on intelligence you testified that you would discuss the issue of jane cohen res firing with deputy attorney general rod rosenstein before either of you were confirmed for your current position senator chuck grassley committee chair it was fired may ninth why did you talked to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein about a sign about the firing of mr call me at an what did you discuss with him and when did you come to the conclusion of james comey needed to be terminated matvey after discussing with thought director call me asking me on that on my possible new deputy attorney general rod rosenstein we discussed it is to professional he was united states attorney twelve years i was the united states attorney twelve years we laud the department we know about it and maybe it was my best judging by as i i think i expressed it that a fresh start at the fbi was probably appropriate uh why did you did you think that mr me needed to be removed from his position well i didn't think it.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I am no senator chuck grassley prime time back in more he provided some specific information that i think would resolve senator franken's concerns about the attorney general unfortunately we were not at liberty to say something that was given to us in a secured briefing but after that briefing the ranking member nye wrote to the fbi it requested that the fbi give the full committee all twenty members of this committee to to know what the two of us know from that briefing the fbi did not do that and now that we have conflicts and now we have conflicts that i think could have been avoided if the fbi would just have been more transparent with the oversight of this committee will adjourn now for senator has not pretend niddhi note the two of them have an i announced that we were going of you want it you know brake now uh for the benefit of senator sessions airport saab critical to that schedules us to chairman i could stay a little bit were you well you can talk afterwards i said we're we're break when we got done with him and so we should reconvene them after of 125 exactly thanks chuck grassley republican from iowa chaired the judiciary committee also hirszon senator dianne feinstein ranking democrat from california live coverage from capitol hill testimony from the attorney general jeff sessions the he's been going for about three hours in as you heard they are taking a break we will continue our live coverage with the come as chairman sent 125 p n eastern spend radio's wcs pm washington president donald trump a meeting at the white house today with republicans and democrats on the senate finance committee talking about tax reform legislation prison spoke with the reporters for a couple of minutes about that effort he also took a question about a claim from congressman frederica wilson at the president told the widow of a soldier killed in an ambush in niger that her husband quote new what he signed up for this runs just over five minutes thank you very much i'm honored to welcome republican democratic members of the senate finance committee to the white house especially i'd like to thank committee chairman orrin hatch and ranking member ron wyden for joining us today thank you very much that.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WRVA

"Should be serving a special council let me know before you get the phones let me finish up here now those audio bites from lindsey graham those came after this very interest spectators tweet last night from senator chuck grassley republican senator chuck grassley from island chairman of the senate judiciary committee this was eighteen pm last night from chuck grassley everyone in dc should be warned that the agenda for the judiciary committee is set for the rest of 2017 judges i subcabinet second ag no way one is signaling is that there is no way that will be any hearing or confirmation process for a new attorney general if trump fires jeff sessions that is a conservative warning shot across the bow of donald trump regarding jeff sessions uh no one on capitol hill thinks that sessions ought to be shove dowden you can tell by grizzlies tweet at the it's it's not going to happen the senate is not going to be any room for confirmation for a new ag that's a warning shot that has been fired here even kemp star chemist stores taken trump to tasca he wrote an op in the washington post tennis the man who served as independent counsel in the whitewater and lewinsky investigation says mr president please cut it out tweet your heart's content but stop the wildly an approach oh pre tax on the terni general jeff sessions has become your pin yana in one of the most outrageous and profoundly misguided courses a presidential conduct i have witnessed than five decades in and around the nation's capital what you're doing his harmful to your presidency and inimical of our foundational commitment as a free people to the rule of law in and a star we know his political leanings let me grab a couple of calls who are least get one in a let's grab vince vincent tampa vince you're on schnitt go ahead god i'm 100 deplorable but what donald trump is growing cook absolutely incorrect line so you're a deplorable euro a true trump supporter through and through but it sounds like you're able to.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Does that prevent the american people from knowing really what's going on and actually afford these guys some protections i think it dozen some respect for on and i think you hit the nail on the head there if this said it was controlled by democrats i think this would be an entirely different situation senator chuck grassley republican of iowa has been a very strong enough forceful saying he wants them to appear but they also willing to cut the deal here and as money said it is possible that they might testify in a public setting a later on but this is an example of the benefits of the majority here in a really being able to help the white house out that would have been an extraordinary show having the president's oldest son testify publicly about this i can't recall a hearing that would have been as potentially explosive or dramatic here so by having them do it in closed session it takes so much attention and and pressure off this here i think this is a incredible win for the white house at least in the short term as they try and get back on their game here brielle i think it's fair to say we're talking about the senate side here in these committing the intel committee the judiciary committee i think it's pretty fair to say that when you look at these various investigations going on on capitol hill the senate is by far the less partisan of this year seen much more cooperation between democrats and republicans in the committee with that in mind in that knowing that those are these committees that are affording them this kind of protection of not being in public i mean what are you what do you think about this well the house committee kind of stumbled out of the gate with the whole issue with devon nunez having the sat having to recuse himself and now there's yolk had had and just the russia part of this.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Oh j simpson pleading for freedom today good afternoon i'm grandi w rko news o j simpson going before parole board nevada in an effort to get an early release from prison abc's alex stone reports oj simpson making his case year his family members arrived escorted down long white cinderblock hallways and through thick locked prison doors to a small windowless room typically used as a courtroom this hearings expected to last about thirty minutes to an hour a could go longer will hear from o j simpson his daughter and the one living victim of his 2007 hotel room armed robbery lawmakers sending uh well wishes insides of support to one of their own arizona senator john mccain has been diagnosed with brain cancer i was senator chuck grassley urges a good friend i agree and we disagree on the oldest jeff sessions one of president trump's earliest and most of loyal supporters during the campaign the first senator to endorse the outsider candidate but the relationship has become strained over the past several months abc's karen travers lays it all out from the white house attorney general jeff sessions decision in march to recuse himself from the russian investigation enraged president trump any he clearly still bothers him the president telling the new york times wednesday he would will pick somebody else for the job that he knew sessions was going to do that mr trump lanes that recusals for what he considers an expansion of the probe as recently as last month sessions suggested he could resign due to strained relationship with the president but asked today about the president's latest comments session says he'll continued to serve as long as it's appropriate lawyer leaving himself wiggleroom karen travers abc news the white house we'll boston is the.

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"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck grassley" Discussed on WTMA

"Senator chuck grassley the republican chairman of the judiciary committee really wants to have donald trump junior and former trump campaign manager paul manafort take questions from committee members about their meeting with russian lawyer and joe johns reports he wants that sooner rather than later either this week or next week is what grassley has to say about bringing donald trump junior and paul all manafort to capitol hill to hold up apparently as paperwork what we're told at least from the manafort team as they haven't received a written invitation as yet with a vote on the senate republican health care plan postponed again foes are using the time to ramp up criticism hawaii democrat mazy geraldo picking on a favorite democratic target an amendment from senator ted cruz allowing lowcost strippeddown plans to be so i don't consider that an improvement that off i consider a gift to curley so that mechanical get his vote wall street stocks now edging to new highs as retailers and clothing companies rows i'm michael toscano expects scattered timorese showers and thunderstorms ottaway again today lots of lightning andy for take your lee intense lightning expected again today with very heavy rain and some localized flooding possible highs will be in the low 80s for the most part lewis did i gotta the mid70s a continued risk for scattered storms another row addis scattered showers and storms ottaway tomorrow highs via the mid to upper 80s from the starting to forecast center i'm meteorologist josh martyrs on 1215 wtma the big talker right now cloudy seventy seven degrees everybody i'm charlie james host of the tma morning show coming up one your tuesday edition of the tma morning joe south.

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