17 Burst results for "Senator Graham Lindsey Graham"

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And so the Senate will not return until after Joe Biden has become president. As for how McConnell might vote on impeachment, he is leaving the door open. He is saying that he has not made up his mind yet and wants to consider all of the legal arguments will that Is pretty stunning from the leader of the Republican Party in the Senate that he is not siding with the president. He is leaving that door open, at least for now, and certainly McConnell has expressed Anger at how the last week has gone down. And and so who knows what will happen there? And and Tam just briefly. We can. I just want to ask a tam just briefly. No, you're not physically in the White House at the moment, but you have been there recently. In the wake, particularly of resignations by Cabinet members. Now there's some discussion about what the real motivation of those resignations was. Was it too Was it to express disgust? Or was it to avoid being put in the position of having to invoke the 25th amendment? It isn't isn't You know, there is that sort of discussion. But I am interested in just having covered this president as long as you have. You know what How is he likely to be responding to this hey has been de platforms as you told us earlier. He isn't doesn't have access to Twitter. But he does have access to the people who are traditionally carry forward. The president's messages, press secretary and so forth and What? What is the what is his posture to be with the Republicans who voted to impeach him to the comments that were made today? Both in his path and in opposition to him? What is his posture going to be in your view? I do know that we are expecting to hear from him at some point in somewhat of a controlled manner. You know, I just have to say that President Trump has shrunk in the job since the election on DSA, certainly even more So since the insurrection. He's just he's just Out of view, largely a mean yesterday he was somewhat in view. But But even Fox News carried the Justice Department press conference instead of the president's speech at the at the border wall and and, and absolutely he is going to be angry and frustrated, and he berated his vice president for going against him inciting with the Constitution. Last week, even as he was under siege on so President Trump no doubt will express anger and frustration, not clear that he would in this video since he still awaits a trial in the Senate, even if he is no longer in office. And run run, Elvin, let's turn to you. We have a new administration coming in. For all. The reasons that we have outlined has unprecedented number of problems that Really strike them across the face on day one. What do you think? How do you believe they're going to handle this? They're going to do with they can to get their arms around the problem of the covert pandemic. That is perhaps the one thing that has some potential to unite people while it has been politicized, and that is extremely unfortunate that it has been his politicized as it has In so far as it can be brought back from that and made a common enemy for all Americans to be united and struggling against. That would be an enormous boon for the Biden administration for the country and for Congress. Everyone could get on the same page that would help a great deal. Otherwise, it's probably going to take some kind of external threat, something that comes from another country, something that's suddenly unites all Americans or a very large Majority of Americans. Together in opposition so that we can say we're here together, resisting that, whether it's a terrorist attack or whether it's some of the kind of threat to our national security. But if we if we can't get together to fight the pandemic And perhaps we could get together to fight a common enemy. I, but your implication, of course, is that the American people will not be united by a struggle to get rid of a white supremacist insurrection in their midst. Let us hope that if that should rear its ugly head even more than it has that there would be a similar reaction to that, as there would be to a foreign enemy. That is certainly in an alien force in its own way. But you know the worst of our national nature, the original sin of American history. If that were to be The focus that could help many elements of Congress. See Ida again, but sadly, I think we have to admit there are some elements of Congress that Represent to a large degree the residue, at least of that original sin. Minute, Totenberg. Is there anything resembling bipartisan cooperation left? If you can answer that, in 30 seconds, you're going to win a prize. Well, I guess the only hope might be Mitch McConnell and we'll see. He says he hasn't made up his mind about impeachment. Um Uh, Senator Graham Lindsey Graham says he's gonna lead the opposition to impeachment and conviction in the Senate will see whether they can whether McConnell can pull a rabbit out of the hat and reach some sort of accord with Biden over this But I don't I don't know how we're really smart. But even that may not be that smart. We're wrapping up a momentous day here in Washington, D C. President Donald Trump has been impeached. For a second time. The charge was incitement of rent of insurrection after a siege on the U. S. Capitol last week that put lawmakers in grave danger. Five people were killed. It was not a vote that fell along strict the strictly partisan lines that characterized the president's first impeachment. It's remarkable that we've been saying that 10 Republicans voted yes on this article today, including representative Liz Cheney, the number three Republican in the House of Representatives. So we speak now it remains to be seen what the next steps are in the U. S. Senate. Please stay with NPR for more news. An analysis of the impeachment proceedings as they go on. We, of course, want to thank our team. Those in front of the Mike and those behind the mic, NPR congressional editor dear to Wash legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg, our White House correspondent Tamara Keith, senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving and all of the team. As I said in front of the mike and behind the Mike that joined us to put this program on today. I'm Michel Martin and I'm Scott Simon.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"So the United States has done arms sales almost throughout the entire history, but it's always been pursuant to congressional authorization actually the first Congress. Enacted a law allowing George Washington to pursue arm. Sales in various cases, and so it's always been the statutory authority that Congress can restrict. Right now we have this arms control act that gives the president a huge amount of discretion in pursuing arm sales, but it's contingent upon these notification provisions and the concern of prior administrations has always been. We'll look if we stop complying with this informal norm process, we've negotiated Congress will restrict authority and take it from us, and they will put in something much more onerous for us to pursue these arms sales, and in fact, we think these arms sales are good for US national security. The Calculus on the part of Pompeo and the people help them formulate. This plan appears to have been that if we just ignore though informal holes and move forward with this formal notification of thirty days, that is the death of this informal process, and therefore anything that comes after it may change the arms export control a Congressman Chains Arms Control Act away that authority may be they'll be something else in play that will make make it harder for them to appropriate monies or otherwise put big obstacles in the road for future arms sales. So instead, the Kinda tried had a both ways in their statement they actually explaining invoking the waiver they actually said expressly. Consider this a one time thing. This doesn't impact our overall informal process. What's often called tiered notification. This doesn't impact that at all, that is all going to continue as normal for all of their sales. This is a one time thing because of these very vaguely described and not particularly credible emergency circumstances that are in this case, folks on the hill didn't buy that. They did object to this kind of stripping with Congressional Authority well, they'd spend a lot of. Time talking about the emergency of invocation. Really. The real issue is that there are bypassing congressional input through whatever mechanisms that have been had before both the informal answer the formal process as worth noting that we seen secretary Pail and his State Department more recently float the possibility of doing away with the informal a notification process. Altogether saying, we'RE NOT GONNA do this informal game. Any if Congress is going to Change Arms Export Control Act Change Your arms export. Control Act really taking that final step that they would have done if they had just ignore these informal waivers instead of using this excuse of this emergency certification to do so and more of a exceptional one off way but we haven't seen that trial balloon goanywhere yet and Kinda suspect we won't at least before the election I'm because it is an issue that actually has a constituency of Republicans particularly in the Senate that they care a lot about actually. Saw Senator Graham Lindsey Graham. Has generally a pretty strong support of the administration come out around the time of this emergency certification and say expressly the president abusing his authority and Congress should take steps to rein it in this case, pretty bold statement and so I suspect that idea would get substantial push back from the Republican Caucus. Now that enough that they actually would enacted changes to the Armed Export Control Act over president trump's veto would almost certainly be necessary. Maybe not probably not but it's at least a fight that trump administration doesn't seem eager to have right now. One thing I wanted to also add is that the way that the State Department released the Inspector General's.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The home of lightning hockey so so somebody on TV last night I don't know who it was so one one with with with with with that let the common flow killing so many more people in the corona virus why is there this kind of panic about the car or was it was senator Graham Lindsey Graham said well the corona virus is kinda like a plane crash and the regular flu is like a car crash and what he meant was when a plane goes down even though it's far fewer people killed all my god I don't know encourage what went wrong but when the car crashes and happens a few thousand times a year any big deal well I don't fox I don't know about that I'm I'm here to tell you is that if we have the same kind of media panic in Democratic Party political panic over the swine flu in two thousand nine two thousand ten how when the what what what is the difference a swine flu is just as bad as Greg Welch S. one flow is worse than correct I'll tell you something else that happened yesterday we have the story here is that this this this guy found she went out there and said that the corona virus is ten times more lethal than the flow well that led to story after story after story with that headline Anthony Folger says trump doesn't know what he's talking about the corona virus ten times more lethal than the flow no the story is that with the corona virus ten times more lethal than the flow the fatale of the rate of the corona virus is much less than everybody thought the fatality rate for the flu is point one percent found she said the fatality rate the coronavirus is one percent it isn't six percent it's not three percent like they thought it isn't between three and six percent it's one percent so that is ten times the facade on the rate of the flow of the flu is point one percent one tenth of one percent and the corona viruses one percent well yeah then you can say it's ten times more lethal but the wrong context they've been telling us the the the the fratelli rate's going to be between three and six percent I once found she admitted the is the the tally ran for cover coronavirus is way lower than we thought what should have been the story but not all this story wives don't borrow I was in turn charge more we're told of what nobody cares about the floor anyway by definition thirty thousand people a year die from it nobody cares we don't do travel bans we don't worry about what happens in the hospital if you get the flu you get the flu nice no one yeah well what if you disagree with me on this the forward any big deal what is our society has come to accept the flow in the thirty thousand people die from it it doesn't make the nose what do you think I'm stepping in and they're not there so screw the sound bite I don't care what somebody they use the fact of the matter is not nothing I'm saying here is the liable our society has come to accept thirty thousand flu deaths a year as part of life or are part of human existence.

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Tony basketball on your Monday morning. It's January the fourteenth in for Saint saint-pierre Ron returns tomorrow morning. Well, facing the inevitable prospect of being circled by states that have legalized recreational marijuana Governor Gina Raimondo will propose this week that Rhode Island do the same. She says shall do this with reluctance, she's resisted this for four years that she's been governor. But now things have changed mainly because all of our neighbors are moving forward with legalization. The proposal included in her budget plan for the fiscal year, beginning July, I would create one of the most regulated recreational pot industry's in the country. The governor said aimed at reducing the health and safety problems experienced in some of the other ten states that have approved recreational use in recent years, while President Trump is popularity and his approval ratings changing by the minute. And of course, the government shutdown has changed law that let's find out. What's happening? We say good morning to Fox News is Rachel Sutherland. And good morning. Rachel. Hey, good morning. Happy monday. Well, yeah. And here we are in day twenty four with no end in sight where we're in uncharted territory. The US has never been here before with the government shutdown this long, and and we're seeing that Republican Senator Lindsey Graham that board with some kind of solution in that he would want to keep the government open for a few weeks. Let the discussions continue. And he says the at that point. If they can't reach his voice, and he says, Mr President go ahead and declare a national emergency. So that's where we are today. And we're seeing hundreds of thousands of federal employees going without paychecks. So. Tough time for a lot of people. And when you look at approval ratings, you look at Trump, and you look at the base, obviously, this was the huge campaign promise. Lot of the base went along with this at what point do people start to get a sense that some of the Republicans in congress start to go the other way with their constituents again people can have a viewpoint. But once you're you know, you're not getting paid. And you can't feed your family and times are tough things can change. That's right. There are some Republicans have been breaking with the president on the shutdown, but they're kind of the usual suspects that he choosing Collins of Maine, Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. These are the folks who often break with the president. So you don't have you don't have Republicans yet in math saying, Mr President. Let's stop this. Basically Republicans are holding rank Mitch McConnell. The Senate majority leader has said he won't bring any legislation to the floor that doesn't have the hopes of a presidential signature. So. As far as the solution. I think that probably Senator Graham Lindsey Graham may have something here that may keep the government open for a little while we'll have to see it because this is really the first full week that congress has been back though, we turn today for the first full week since Democrats took control how and when we look at a, you know, a deal or concessions is there still do a lot of people still get a feeling that the president could just call the national emergency and not have to worry about congress. Idea. That's being floated around it is not without controversy. And it's not without historical precedent either. President Harry Truman declared an emergency in nineteen nine hundred fifty eastern to Korean war because the steel workers we're going to go on strike on either the strike, he addressed the nation and said, this is an emergency. We can't pull they needed bomb. He needed to stuff. So he he actually had a pretty good argument. And it went to the supreme court case called Youngstown, and then the supreme court slapped term and downers that you don't have the ability to take to seize control, the steel industry and the steelworkers ad. I think that the three days of striking. They weren't paying creases. This is this is decades and decades ago right to life is changed where to hold me different supreme court different the national emergencies act was passed in nineteen seventy six I believe so things have changed. But maybe they haven't taste that much because you have a precedent in law. That's why you may see the president. This hedging on doing this. Because the law may not be on his side. I'm not a lawyer. May not be on the side. And I think you raise a great point about this kind of being the first full week back for everybody. Maybe this will get to everybody together. And hopefully, we get this thing done because nobody wants to see this drag on any longer. Well, I don't think anyone does it. It's it's been tough, but you know, food inspection to stop so routine. Inspections. So if you're romaine is bad, you're not gonna know it. Stuff like that. It's it's if you don't feel it outside the beltway, you masive. All right. Fox's Rachel Sutherland, great stuff. Great information. We always great to hear from me. You have a great day. Rachel. Seven twenty. Now, let's go to traffic.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"One family out of Knoxville says the Democrats aren't taking border security seriously enough, they're speaking out after their twenty two year old son was killed after a suspected illegal immigrant is said to have swerved into oncoming traffic. Wendy Corcoran tells WTN's Dan mandis, we are grasping for someone to hear our plea that something has got to be done. I it's just so unfair to every American citizen even those that have chosen to get their citizenship. Once they came here. The family says their son was traveling with his girlfriend to buy a vacuum cleaner from WalMart when he was killed in other news, President Trump's new attorney general NAMA. Mini Bill Barr met with Republican senators today ahead of his confirmation hearings wits which are set for next week after meeting with bar, South Carolina, Senator Graham, Lindsey Graham says he talked with bar about special counsel, Robert Muller and his investigation. I can assure you based on what I heard that has a high opinion of misdemeanor believes it Mr. Muller's doing it professional job. We'll do. Professional job will be fair to the president the country as a whole and has no reason for Mr. Muller to stop doing this job in money news, stocks are posting a fourth straight day of gains and volatile trading. On Wall Street markets trimmed some of their gains after President Trump walked out of that meeting with top Democrats over the partial government shutdown the down gained ninety one points today. The NASDAQ rose sixty points in the S and P five hundred gained eleven that. Is the latest news. It's brought to you by the safehouse, traffic.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is obviously getting very contentious to say the least the campfire is now one hundred percent contained fourteen thousand homes also coming up at twelve today. And I think rod pile was either joining us today or tomorrow talking about insight a Lander that is going to hit Mars well land on Mars. Today at noon, our time, and what a story that is talked about technology. All right. A little bit of politics. Kamala Harris, as you know is US Senator from California, and there is a real dilemma. That the Senate Democrats have and that is the fact that she may very well lose her position on the judiciary committee. She is the most junior member of the committee, and if she is tossed from the committee, which may very well happen, by the way. What happens? Well, the Senate Judiciary committee has been in the limelight. Big time, especially during the break bread cavenaugh hearing, any time, of course, when there is a nomination supreme court. I'm willing to bet that Neave even nominations the appellate court are now going to be covered based on what's going on with the president, especially if you have very controversial nominees. So here she is a real contender for the presidency for the nomination and could she fits? Every category you need for a democratic nominee a woman. A diverse woman. I think her father is Indian dot Indian her mother is African American. And so you've got diversity already two out of whatever she is a prosecutor. I mean, you talk about credentials to sit on the judiciary committee. She was the attorney general. And she's considered the most skilled questioner on the entire panel. And actually considered one of the democratic party's most talented interrogators, and so because of her seniority or lack of seniority she'd be the first one tossed in right after the midterm elections and keep in mind now that the Senate has even more members that are Republican there may be a chance that she gets Todd especially toss, especially the Republicans name more Republicans to or Mitch McConnell means more Republicans to the judiciary committee. And so technically, not even technically as a matter of procedure. She's the one that's gonna lose your job. Right after the midterm elections. She told Senator Charles Schumer, she wants to stay on the judiciary committee because of all of the reasons. Prosecutor diversity. Absolutely great interrogator. Great question or and one of the real contenders for presidency and Schumer. What's he gonna do? He wants to he asks to want to push her to stay because it is such. It's the limelight. If anybody goes back to the history of the Watergate hearings, and I think it was the Senate Judiciary committee or the special committee overseeing Watergate Sam Ervin. He became a national figure. This avuncular old look up the word of own killer. It's a great word, by the way. Avuncular old southerner who was sort of a odd. Shucks, southern boy, by the way, just because he graduated near the top of his class at Harvard Law School really had nothing to do with it did it, but he was never gonna use that. Well, you've got the same thing going on here except in a whole different way. So Democrats have limited options, and that is a Cree agreed to a greater deficit on other committees. Actually, start changing our horse trading other committees because it is McConnell's call as to how how big the committee is. And who certainly Republicans who sit on the committee can make it very difficult. And there's also an issue on top of all that is real discontent about the judiciary committee's ranking democrat who is that. Well, Senator Dianne Feinstein, and there was a real flash point reached during the cavenaugh hearings because if you look at the questioning of Feinstein, it was shrill it was kind of crazy. It is. And on top of all that we're talking about the judiciary committee. There's so many there's so many facets to this. Feinstein said I plan to continue is the ranking member and look forward to working with Senator Graham Lindsey Graham is coming in as the new chair. Well, they haven't always gotten along. So there is an argument that Senator Richard Durbin of Illinois should in fact, be chair of the committee. He's the number two democrat on the committee right under Feinstein, and one of the things that Durbin has is he and Graham have worked together for years. They have one of the closest relationships between democrat and Republican in the Senate. So we'll see what happens if she doesn't get it. If she doesn't stay. She is going to go way down in the limelight. What is the verb used for going down in the limelight to unwind light to become limelight less? Yeah. Or yes. Lend light light. Yeah. That's I like that one too limelight light. Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. Something that I've been talking about for years and years actually ever since I started practicing law, gene, edited babies. I mean, let me tell you how far that goes back at least in my life. Even though it's brand new. It's just happened contradiction. It is not I'll share with you that story. This is KFI. Jennifer Jones, Lee Europe LAX was this low slog for an estimated one hundred twenty thousand cars they pass through yesterday about four o'clock in the afternoon. Fodders at LAX said it was taking each car twenty. Discover.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"It's you know, it's in his interest to try to show that he made the right strategic call, and that's what he's trying to do here. And we heard from the Saudi foreign minister essentially echoing the president's take on what happened. Food is the president say that the report is not what people say it is. And so we have to go by this. If you have any evidence of any evidence that would like to make available to the Saudi courts, I'm sure the courts will be pleased to receive it. We looked at how this issue came about the and how the operation was launched and the people who launched in parts of the operation and what they did. And it has nothing to do with a conference. And Jeff this is what worries a lot of foreign policy observers. The fact that the president seemed to be giving license at this kind of cruelty in Saudi Arabia. There's no question. And I think that's what's different about this moment. I mean, there's been so much talk of criticism of this administration on a variety of matters from Democrats. So let's set that aside for a second the voices. I am struck the most by are the Republicans on Capitol Hill Senator Lindsey Graham is one of the most loyal senators who's one of the closest people to the president. He's been talking in an extraordinarily blunt terms about how Saudi Arabia the kingdom and the crown prince need, the US much more than the reverse the president cast this as essentially an economic argument never mind that he is completely overstated the actual number of arms deals, you know, that have happened or or even to be a contract to here. But I think the question here going forward is what does it mean will Senator Graham, Lindsey Graham and rand Paul and others actually hold the White House to account on this will they not deal with the Saudi Crown. Sprints. Or will this be another example of sort of allowing it to slide we're going to potentially get a window into the president's own a relationship in dealing with it next week of the twenty in Argentina, the crown prince is expected to be there. The president is going to be there. So this will be another opportunity for the president who essentially embrace the Saudi Crown prince here. But this is, you know, eight view of the president, you know, putting this strictly in economic terms or that aren't even accurate that is essentially vacating the moral authority. So we'll see how this plays out. But there are repercussions. If not in the short term potentially in the longer term about these fights with the Intel community, and it's potentially dangerous terrain for this president. Thanks for that coming up. President Trump talked overseas troops on the phone at link this Thanksgiving Day. So when you see going to visit them, and before we go to break a moment to remember a true American hero. Ray Charles until his passing yesterday was the oldest survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor at age one hundred and six Ray lived in California with his family and was a navy quartermaster. When the Japanese attacked in one thousand nine hundred eighty one he gained prominence in recent years, traveling around the country attending memorial service is and commemorations he even met with President Trump in the Oval Office ahead of Memorial Day. In a recent CNN interview race it he thought about Pearl Harbor and his navy years every single day. We'll be right back..

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"With us. I look forward to bringing more programs to you of relevance. This coming week. This is the last last. Saturday nights of the month September just spit by unbelievable, by the way, as you may know on the twenty seven. Marty ballon. Jefferson airplane starship others passed away? Seventy six years old good run the trip. And by the way, Robert Spencer has had his Facebook page taken down the report, I got this morning. Yes. Jihad watch. Facebook page Google's working with the Chinese Soros's behind. So many of these activists that are. Raising a hotel Lima Lima all over the place, and it's time that we recognize this hasn't everybody had enough of this nine thousand nine hundred sixty eight ask Bill Ayers weather underground communist. Chaos. People are useless contribute anything. But chaos. All they do is distort pervert. And twist. That's all they do in my opinion. Oh, yeah. There are some real scalawags, by the way, Senator Graham, Lindsey Graham, definitely redeemed himself without unbelievable ramp to the ad and he was absolutely right in every department Senator Graham. I happen to be listening. Bumming client to take back. Every silly thing that I may have said about you in the past because I'm telling you, you you showed your moxy showed your strength that time. And it's about time. Inspired some other senators to do the same thing and stand up against this bloody nonsense. It's costly it's time consuming our friends. We're weak our enemies think we're even weaker than our friends are beginning to think. It's it's really time to stand up wall. No, I just don't understand well read get into it. So you'll know what you're talking about. And when you're confronted by somebody who's unhinged and has no no basis for their argument. Just call them on it. The time to be polite as past we don't have to be polite. We do that because we're civilized people, but we're not dealing with civilized people. They are not civilized people in medications. They are savages. They don't care about the law. They don't care about the constitution. Well, you've got you've got to prove your your innocence. Because that's not how it works here. You have to prove somebody's guilt. You talk about that commandment the talks about thou shalt not bear false witness against the neighborhood. Meet Bob over there. No, thanks, Bob. Whoever may be in where we may be it just means and other someone within your sphere of endeavoured. I mean, you're the person lives next door to you. Bearing false witness. That's not one of the ten suggestions. It's called the commandment. Nothing that buys Serie. You're not to do it. But they do. And I say again show me one example of anything the democrat party leadership has accomplished that didn't require lying stealing or cheating or a combination of those three elements if you can show me something like that. Well, I may be inclined to cut him a little slack. But right now, frankly, I'm not, and I'm watching some of the Republicans over there to like you flake knock it off man up. This is the are come Giambi. We'll be back. Good to know what you know. It's even better to know what you didn't know were not allowed to know. Operation classified November ninth tenth and eleventh at the Hilton DFW lake so tell in grapevine, Texas, three informative days to enlighten and inform about the unknown and unverified operation classified truth for the people and only from those no it early registration is one hundred sixty dollars, which includes all access to every event component and all speaker sessions. VIP registration that will include lunch and dinner with all the speakers access to all the speakers and photo.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"During the. Break. You're listening to Mitch McConnell as the wound up as remarks on Brad Kavanagh. He went on to say that. It matters has matters. Not a whit. What Dr ward says under oath on Thursday. She will testify on Thursday as well Brett Kavanagh in front of the Senate Judiciary committee. But it doesn't matter what she says Mitch McConnell just said. Brad Kavanagh will get a vote on the floor of the United States Senate upper down that is for sure. I assume even if he withdraws you'll still get a vote, even though Merrick garland waited four hundred days couldn't get a vote up or down he termed what is going on now as mere campaign. Doesn't matter. What Dr Ford says, even if she doesn't I don't even know she should show up now. Why go? But she's saying my fear will not hold me back from testifying. David Brock wrote over the weekend. He's an author five political books kill the messenger blinded by the right? Founding media matters American bridge twenty-first-century he wrote over the weekend. David Brock can find this at NBC, news dot com. I used to know Brett Kavanagh pretty well. And when I think of bread now in the midst of his hearings for a lifetime appointment to the United States court. All I can think of is the old. Fable at a man is known by the company he keeps. And that's why I want to tell any Senator who cares about democracy. Vote. No twenty years ago. David Brock rights when I was a conservative movement. Stalwart I got to know Brett Cavanaugh both professionally and personally. Brad actually makes a cameo appearance in my memoir, my time in the GOP blinded by the right, I describe him as a part him at a party full of zealous young conservatives. Gather to what President Bill Clinton's nineteen ninety eight state of the union address just weeks after the story of his affair. With the White House internet broken. When a TV camera pan to Hillary Clinton. I saw Brett at the time a key. Lieutenant of Ken Starr, the independent counsel investigating various Clinton scandals mouth the word bitch. But there's a lot more to know about Cavanaugh than his have Loni Pavlovian response to Hillary's image bread. And I were part of a close circle of cold cynical and ambitious hard right operatives being groomed by the GOP elders for much bigger roles in politics, government and media. And if those controversial says the Asians should give members of the Senate and the American public serious pause. David Brock wrote this over the weekend. Twenty eight minutes after one o'clock call it Kavanagh's cabal there were his colleagues on the store investigation. Alex's are now the secretary of health and human services. Mark pay electro now chief counsel to vice President Mike Pence house anti-clinton gumshoe Barbara Comstock, now Republican member of congress. Former Fox News personalities, Laura Ingram and Tucker Carlson where there with Ann Coulter. Now, he bestselling author an internet provocateur Matt drudge at one time or another each of them partied at my Georgetown townhouse amid much booze and a thick air of cigar smoke. In a rough division of labor of labor Cavanaugh played the role of lawyer one of the sharp young minds recruited by federalist society to infiltrate. The federal judiciary do dish airy with true believers through the network. Having was mentioned by she mentored by DC appeals court Laurence Silberman judge known among his colleague for planning leaked in the press. For partisan advantage. Let me skip down here because it is actually too long to read win Rhett Cavanaugh or Mitch McConnell or Chuck Grassley. Or phil. Gives me. Senator Graham Lindsey Graham say well, this is all as smear campaign. David brock. Brooks wrote over the weekend rock road or the week excuse me like millions of Americans this week. I tune into Kavanagh's hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee with great interest in his opening statement and subsequent testimony cavenaugh presented himself as a neutral and impartial arbiter of the law judges he said, we're not players, but it to umpires objectively calling balls and strikes again. And again, he's dressed his independence from partisan political influence. But I don't need to see any documents to tell you who Cavanaugh is because I've known him for years, and I'll leave it to all the lawyers to parse Kavanagh's views on everything from privacy rights to gun rights. But I can promise you that any pretense of simply being a fair arbiter of the constitutionality of any policy. Regardless of politics is simply a pretense. He made up his mind nearly a generation ago. And if he's confirmed he'll leave he'll have nearly two generations to impose it upon the rest of us. Brock writes that wreck Kavanagh's role was the leaker. It was his job. As a Lieutenant to Ken Starr to leak and smear. The president the first lady in any Democrats in the way. And yet now today he is the product he is the poor victim of his campaign. Hard to believe, but it is happening right in front of our eyes. These Senate Judiciary committee cannot cannot and will not give Dr Ford a fair hearing on Thursday because Mitch McConnell just said it doesn't matter what she says. Brad Kavanagh will get up and down vote on the floor. The Senate because he is a fine candidate in the words..

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A president could not expect to receive the full and Frank summations of facts. And opinions on what's the effect? You discharge of his duties depends and a quote Grassley just plowed on as protesters were hauled out of the room and arrested. But the demonstrators really got under Republican Senator Orrin Hatch is skin. Mr Chairman, I think we ought to have this this have removed. Wait, are we shouldn't have to put up with this kind of stuff. Nina did things eventually settled down. Well, they sort of settled down Senator Cornyn the Republican whip accused his own Republican chairman of running a hearing that had was subject to mob rule, Senator Graham, Lindsey Graham, also publicans accused the Democrats have pure unadulterated hypocrisy he said they should be called the hypocrisy hearings, Nina, you've covered a lot of supreme court confirmation hearings. Everybody who currently sits on the court. How unusual is it for this first day, which is typically opening statements. No back and forth to be this contentious. I've never seen a hearing like this. Now, of course, the Democrats are under enormous pressure from people who want them to do the impossible that is stopping nominee by a president who who has the votes who has a majority in the Senate, and unless one of the Republicans defects, and there's no indication that's going to happen. The Democrats simply don't have the votes and since the Republicans changed the rules last year. They don't have the filibuster that you only need a simple majority to proceed so we're just gonna have to go on with this. And by the afternoon things seemed to come down a little bit tomorrow. We'll probably get to the substance judge, Kavanagh's views favouring expansive presidential power have that could affect the Muller investigation. President Trump's comments over the weekend attacking his own Justice Department's prosecutions of Republican lawmakers for alleged corruption, and you know, they're going to be questions on all the big issues abortion, birth control, gun control regulation, much more the greatest hits NPR's, Nina totenberg, one of our greatest hits thanks for your coverage of this confirmation hearing. Thank you. All right. There are nearly a quarter million commissioned officers in active duty and the US military getting promoted to a higher rank has been indispensable for staying in uniform either you move up or out until now the only way to get a higher rank was to start at the bottom. But in the biggest change to promotion policy and almost forty years. The Pentagon will now allow senior officials to waive those rules NPR's David welna reports it's all about trying to attract and keep talent. The army war college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, every student is either a full Colonel or a Lieutenant Colonel these officers are just shy of becoming generals were not after twenty years of working their way up there near the top of the human pyramid with a wide base of officers in lower ranks and fewer in each rank as they move up or out. In professor, add Philibert, he's classroom. His kernels are writing papers about officer promotion policy. Philip Bertie says in many cases, the military's upper out policy has squandered both training and talent. Thrown out people who are very competent at the level that they're operating on because they can get promoted to demonstrate traits characteristics needed at higher levels. I sit down with a few of the work colleges student officers. They're taking a break from studying facilities history of the Peloponnesian war. Do all of you plan to serve to the end of whatever your eligibility is in the service. One of them gives a reason for the nervous laughter all of our careers are going to end in a non selection. That's Colonel Jeffrey Lucas for some of us that occurs. A lot sooner than we think for some of us that occurs at our own choosing for some of us that occurs because the organization no longer chose us. Right..

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Unless the president can give his advisors some assurance of confidentiality. A president could not expect to receive the full and Frank summations of facts and opinions up on what's the effect? You discharge of his duties depends end of quote. Grassley just plowed on as protesters were hauled out of the room and arrested. But the demonstrators really got under Republican Senator Orrin Hatch is skin. Mr Chairman, I think we ought to have this. This will have removed. Are we shouldn't have to put up with this kind of stuff? Nina did things eventually settled down. Well, they sort of settled down Senator Cornyn the Republican whip accused his own Republican chairman of running a hearing that had was subject to mob rule, Senator Graham, Lindsey Graham, also publicans accused the Democrats of pure unadulterated hypocrisy, he said these should be called the hypocrisy hearings, Nina, you've covered a lot of supreme court confirmation hearings. Everybody who currently sits on the court. How unusual is it for this first day, which is typically opening statements. No back and forth to be this contentious. I've never seen a hearing this. Now, of course, the Democrats are under enormous pressure from people who want them to do the impossible that is stopping nominee by a president who who has the votes who has a majority in the Senate, and unless one of the Republicans defects, and there's no indication that's going to happen. The Democrats simply don't have the votes and since the Republicans changed the rules last year. They don't have the filibuster that you only need a simple majority to proceed so we're just gonna have to go on with this. And by the afternoon things seemed to come down a little bit tomorrow. We'll probably get to the substance judge, Kavanagh's views favoring expansive, presidential power. Have that could affect the Muller investigation. President Trump's comments over the weekend attacking his own Justice department prosecutions of Republican lawmakers for alleged corruption, and you know, they're going to be questions on all the big issues abortion, birth control, gun control regulation, much more the greatest hits NPR's, Nina totenberg, one of our greatest hits thanks for your coverage of this confirmation hearing. Thank you. All right. There are nearly a quarter million commissioned officers in active duty and the US military getting promoted to a higher rank has been indispensable for staying in uniform either you move up or out until now the only way to get a higher rank was to start at the bottom. But in the biggest change to promotion policy and almost forty years. The Pentagon will now allow senior officials to waive those rules NPR's David welna reports it's all about trying to attract and keep talent. At the army war college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, every student is either a full Colonel or a Lieutenant Colonel these offices are just shy of becoming generals or not after twenty years of working their way up there near the top of the human pyramid with a wide base of officers in lower ranks and fewer in each rank as they move up or out. In professor at Filiberto classroom. His kernels are writing papers about officer promotion policy. Philip Bertie says in many cases, the military's upper out policy has squandered both training and talent that have thrown out people who are very competent at the level that they're operating on because they can get promoted the demonstrate this trace characteristics needed at higher levels. I sit down with a few of the war colleges student officers. They're taking a break from studying the city's history of the Peloponnesian war. Do all of you plan to serve to the end of whatever your eligibility is in the service. One of them gives a reason for the nervous laughter all of our careers are going to end in a non selection. That's Colonel Jeffrey Lucas for some of us that occurs. A lot sooner than we think for some of us that occurs at our own choosing. And for some of the city occurs because the nation no longer chose us. Right. Just about every officer has occurred that ends in a non selection in the past officers like Colonel Lucas were recruited with pitches. Like this one produced.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A president could not expect to receive the full and Frank summations of facts. And opinions on what's the effect? The discharge of his duties depends end of quote Grassley, just plowed on as protesters were hauled out of the room and arrested. But the demonstrators really got under Republican Senator Orrin Hatch is skin. Mr Chairman, I think we ought to have this this loud mouth removed. We shouldn't have to put up with this kind of stuff. Nina did things eventually settled down. Well, they sort of settled down Senator Cornyn the Republican whip accused his own Republican chairman of running a hearing that had was subject to mob rule, Senator Graham, Lindsey Graham, also Republicans accused the Democrats of pure unadulterated hypocrisy, he said these should be called the hypocrisy hearings, Nina, you've covered a lot of supreme court confirmation hearings. Everybody who currently sits on the court. How unusual is it for this first day, which is typically opening statements Novak and fourth to be this contentious. I've never seen a hearing like this. Now, of course, the Democrats are under enormous pressure from people who want them to do the impossible that is stopping nominee by a president who who has the votes who has a majority in the Senate, and unless one of the Republicans defects, and there's no indication that's going to happen. The Democrats simply don't have the votes and since the Republicans changed the rules last year. They don't have the filibuster that you only need a simple majority to proceed so we're just gonna have to go on with this. And by the afternoon things seemed to come down a little bit tomorrow. We'll probably get to the substance judge, Kavanagh's views favouring expansive presidential power have that could affect the Muller investigation. President Trump's comments over the weekend attacking his own Justice Department's prosecutions of Republican lawmakers for alleged corruption, and you know, they're going to be questions on all the big issues abortion, birth control, gun control regulation, much more the greatest hits NPR's, Nina totenberg, one of our greatest hits. Thanks her during coverage of this confirmation hearing. Thank you. All right. There are nearly a quarter million commissioned officers and active duty in the US military. Getting promoted to a higher rank has been indispensable for staying in uniform either you move up or out until now the only way to get a higher rank was to start at the bottom. But in the biggest change to promotion policy and almost forty years. The Pentagon will now allow senior officials to waive those rules NPR's David welna reports it's all about trying to attract and keep talent. At the army war college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, every student is either a full Colonel or Lieutenant Colonel these officers are just shy of becoming generals or not after twenty years of working their way up there near the top of the human pyramid with a wide base of officers in lower ranks and fewer in each rank as they move up or out. In professor add Filiberto classroom. His colonels writing papers about officer promotion policy. Philip Bertie says in many cases, the military's upper out policy has squandered both training and talent up thrown out people who are very competent at the level that they're operating on. Because they didn't get promoted that demonstrate trace characteristics needed at higher levels. I sit down with a few of the war colleges student officers. They're taking a break from studying facilities history of the Peloponnesian war. Do all of you plan to serve to the end of whatever your eligibility is in the service. One of them gives a reason for the nervous laughter all of our careers are going to end in a non selection. That's Colonel Jeffrey Lucas for some of us that occurs. A lot sooner than we think for some visit occurs at our own choosing for some of the occurs because the organization no longer chose us. Right. Just about every officer has occurred that ends in a non selection in the past officers like Colonel Lucas were recruited with pitches. Like this one produced by the.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KGO 810

"Door hillary halo pay hillary let it go cybersecurity experts are warning there are efforts underway to hack of wind fake organizations the winter games in south korea going to start entombed less than two weeks and a russian group called fancy bear as set up an infrastructure to collect emails from a series of olympic sports federations this coming after russia was banned from the upcoming games for systematic doping 43 russian athletes some russian olympic officials banned for life a now cyber security firms are concerned that russia is good to retaliate by leaking prominent officials email all year i could see that after them yep pence bear hackers already published would appear to be olympics in doping related emails from september twenty 2016 to march 2017 experts see that as a warning transi bears the name of minute tuxedo shop for harry gay man opening on the cast route president trump's bit announcing his plan for a path to citizenship for dreamers trump has said that needs to happen before congress takes on a comprehensive immigration bill hidden killed from the right for that yet nancy pelosi says it's part of his campaign to make america white the trump administration's plan does include a twenty five billion dollar border wall is long long promised at least one republican senator says that amount of money is not needed senator graham lindsey graham wants trump to america's not going to sign off on building a large wall along the us mexico border about him a lot dealt with the boris kennedy for a decade now gang database spent forty two billion dollars on border security systems need don't need twenty five billion dollars for a wall graham but you know the majority of drugs coming into the country come in through legal ports police say a woman and which is not to say that all gave its forty percent the come like he over the border that is not worth cutting out but it's not a panacea we're not build new dang mall news we are apple share's down today after reports surfaced that the ah tech giant is ordered a drastic cut in iphone 10 production nikkei reporting apple told us suppliers to cut iphone and 10 production to twenty million units for the first quarter down from the more than forty million units apple appointed in november so they've slash production in half struggled troubled i'm the news agency said weakerthanexpected sales results the end of.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on KGO 810

"Minute tuxedo shop for harry gay man on opening up astra president trump's fit announcing his plan for a path to citizenship for dreamers trump has said that needs to happen before congress takes on a comprehensive immigration bill getting killed from the right for that yet nancy pelosi says it's part of his campaign to make america white a trump administration is planned does include a twenty five billion dollar border wall is long long promised at least one republican senator says that amount of money is not needed senator graham lindsey graham wants trump to know america's not going to sign off on building a large wall along the us mexico border about a mole i've dealt with the border security for a decade now the gang of ace spent forty two billion dollars on border security systems need don't need twenty five billion dollars for a wall graham but you know the majority of drugs that come into the country come in through legal ports police say a woman which is not to say that all gave its forty percent the come like he over the border that is not worth cutting out but it's not a panacea we're not build mundane mall eu's gonna pay for it we are apple shares down today after reports surfaced that the ah tech giant is ordered a drastic cut in iphone 10 production nikkei reporting apple told us suppliers to cut iphone and 10 production to twenty million units for the first quarter down from the more than forty million units apple vaunted in november so they've slash production in half troubled doubled at news agency said weakerthanexpected sales results the end of the holiday sales sees it now my friends turns out a banana day keeps the doctor away doctors are claiming that people who suffer from painful digestive issues need to eat one banana each day on good for one day at least at least death often more your fan of a humble banana health experts think the vitamin b six helps to alleviate painful stomach problems so researchers.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"And here's where they get to about two and a half pages into this article and they point out that mr trump had worked on coaxing reluctant lawmakers to vote for the bill and strategizing about how to get it passed accordion interviews with members of congress and white house officials let me read some excerpts normally a fan of cable news talk shows mr trump had the sixty inch tv said in his private dining room turned to cspan on november 16th as he wants to house members vote to pass the bill aide said he turn to mr graham senator graham lindsey graham of south carolina as a sounding board calling him daily and discussing personalities in the senate over rounds of golf at mr trump's course in northern virginia the president also called senator david purdue of georgia a former chief executive mr trump made special efforts to win over miss collins he met with her in the vice president ceremonial office in the capital to hear our concerns about repealing a provision in the affordable care act that requires most individuals to own health insurance said mr graham who attended the meeting mr trump also agreed to support a bipartisan healthcare bill that miss collins said was crucial to her vote the president listened to my concerns miss karlin said ivanka trump the president's senior adviser and daughter facilitated another conversation on a trip to main with miss karremans who was at the time undecided on the veil mrs trump was in a car with the senator driving to attacks event when her father called to check in at.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on WJR 760

"Are a lot of it i answered questions here we don't know who made the allegation we don't know if it was just one time more or multiple incidents over the course of time with this one person uh there are a lot of unanswered questions relating lack said at the beginning of the statement on monday night quote on monday night we received a detailed complained from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace by matt lauer that from andrew lack the nbc news president uh iin a memo now the other story of much greater a ramifications as the united states and japan of asked for an emergency united nations security council meeting for today to discuss increasing attention zahn north korean ali launched a ballistic missile that can certainly reach the united states and virtually anywhere else in the world yet this happened yesterday and the missile but in the air as the president was being brief that how much time they had with this missile in flight uh secretary of defense james mattis said that it was a flying for fifty three minutes before came down in the oceans one hundred new thirty hundred and forty miles of west of japan uh this is the highest they have ever uh fired off of missile flew to about twenty eight hundred miles secretary mattis said essentially they can hit anywhere in the world at this point uh now the you know the question is can they do that with the nuclear warhead what you said would be a very heavy objects put on the missile uh but clearly what they're ending four and they you're hearing a lot of ramped up rhetoric guy y you've heard from a senator graham lindsey graham say that uh you know uh north korea's should not be mistaken uh that and that's clear that the united states will not stand for uh north korea uh having the ability to strike the united states with a nuclear weapon uh with this now dan at the at the helm and said that north korea make no mistake about it that the united states is willing to go to war over so uh you know ramped up rhetoric the we have but it is rhetoric and the retina hasn't worked and won't work with this guy and unfortunately increase sanctions will only make the people of north korea suffered not gonna make this guy suffering the and that.

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"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"senator graham lindsey graham" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The group in two thousand five careless counsel to the us senate judiciary committee subcommittee on the constitution civil rights and property rights you're group for hana put out a statement muslim advocates put out a statement talk about your concerns about what's happening right now in the aftermath of this attack in new york city good morning amy and first of all i just want to express my sincere or thoughts and prayers on to the victims of this horrific attack and anz send my support and strength to the people of new york our concerns that muslim advocates are really focused on the response by the president and other senior government officials after the attack we saw tremendous leadership from new york government officials governor cuomo mayor de blasio a calling on new yorkers uh to come together as we mourn and as we look for answers and understand uh exactly who was behind this attack are there are others and really find find the answers about this in contrast the president immediately sought to try to divide americans and further his own political agenda and what do i mean by that it's things like what you were just discussing earlier um trying to uh basically score political points to feed his agenda his longstanding policy to radically transform our immigration in system to significantly curtail if not outright stop the immigration of non whites to the united states and this in it we could just in contrast after the las vegas shooting after the charlottesville attacks we do not see the president calling for changes in paul letsie's like like gun gun control policies after the horrific attacks in las vegas but here we see the president uh immediately calling for changes to the immigration system and the other concern we have is senator graham lindsey graham of south carolina claiming the keane the president had a phone call uh the evening of the attack and that they both agree that this is a religious war this was deeply disturbing to us because we know and i think all americans can agree that violence unfortunately has no single faith race or political ideology weather you just you just look no further than the charleston attacks uh th the show the charleston south carolina church shooting on the congressional baseball game uh attack to know that violence unfortunately uh it comes in various forms and said that.

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