17 Burst results for "Senator Howard Baker"

"senator howard baker" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Doubts. News another. Offered to people say Dominion No exactly what you're gonNA say on that and that time of what if you never know exactly what's going? GonNa. Be But as I look at it, I respect them I think he'd be commended candidate. Good President. Governor Elected Governor Failed Governor I love. This part Is Coming back. These are nicely minute long reports for NPR. Need for me to be involved in, it may not be any indication of how serious the governor's chances are. But Queen has accepted an invitation to appear on the television program face the nation. If he becomes Ronald Reagan's running-mate for the record governor we now says he supports Ambassador George Bush for Vice President up until recently Queens wanted Senator Howard Baker to get joblessness Minnesota public radio this path Kessler in Detroit. And you're like eight active up from what you are now this. Unbelievable did you did you knew to my microphone so that I can't yell at you while you're playing? No, we just play. Louder. Yeah. We just played it louder than you. I I, mean I. Just I WanNa Yell at you while this is going on because I'm so angry because I'm an angry now forty years ago thirty six year old Pat Kessler in Detroit for Minnesota public radio you're young pop back then. And did I it correctly? Book. The vice president absolutely nailed it. Even governor said Gerald. Ford New said was asked and that was after I had coffee with George Bush choosing while I picked this name up off the floor I had coffee with George Bush on the convention floor sat down had a long talk with him before he was named vice. How about that? Those are the days man we? Get up close and personal the convention the people that you covered when they conventions were not virtual Let's break. We'll get into all of that what the virtual convention on the Democratic side has been like the highs, the lows, and what we might expect later today, and we'll get a couple of other stories with our Guy Channel Four political reporter Pat cast..

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Remember Senator Howard Baker, the ranking Republican, the Senate Watergate committee and later President Ronald Reagan's chief of staff. Don't really speak. Explicitly about a deep state, but he alluded to it one time in a cryptic way, he said. Ah! After he did an investigation, finding out that the Pentagon had spied on Nixon. He said. This, he said, there are elephants crashing around in the forest, and he was basically saying that their elephants within the CIA that crashing around the forest basically destroying everything they see including the administration, so the same thing could be said of Obama. You've got Obama Gate. The moment the faithful are hoping that Trump makes moving that the indictment stick. But there is a race against the deep state in the swamp is sticky and deeper than one can fathom the notion that presidents confined themselves isolated not only from the public in the press but from the large, important segments of their own bureaucracies, including the Pentagon in the intelligence community. Always remains a concern long after Well, long after the Nixon here, that's for sure. I mean, there are other times too. You look Johnson, what happened to him? Here's the thing If you are a student of history, and I am It's a major concern. What's going on in Washington right now is a major concern for those who are students of history. You can believe all you want to be a true believer in whatever they tell you. This is not some political agenda, guys. What we're in the middle of right now. It's classic conspiracy and what I'm about to tell you is classic conspiracy theory and when you examine it Layer by layer. You see some kernels of truth here. I've always loved a good Cold war conspiracy. And this time in our history, I feel a little chilly all over again. I feel it's very chilly here as to what's going on. So after yesterday. And what we were talking about yesterday. In all the synchronicity is we're pointing out to you yesterday I follow up. I I thought was very important. Follow up to that last night. She was very important because I did some Investigating, and I did some, you know, poking around in Washington, See, fighting some Reporters that I know and trust. Asking them about the overall feeling What's going on behind the scenes? Tonight. If you are a trump supporter, I want to tell you something. This isn't me trying to undermine Trump. This is me telling you how it's going for him. This is raw. This is not being filtered by the mainstream. This is something that I decided. I wanted to give you an information. I want to give you to let you know. You need to really, really, really consider what's coming you to consider what President Trump has to go through in the next six months for next three months, rather And you need to understand that this is not a game. This is not a football game. This is something very serious history right now is going to be the harshest mistress you will ever encounter in your lifetime. And I'm telling you the truth. Stay with me there with me and open your mind What I'm about to tell you You'll find it interesting.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In the office. A lot of lot of things we've been discussing is a staff. With that technical problems always happens when you want Teo do something controversial. We always seem to have a lot of these problems and but hard work always goes in, and I think Wescott coat my producer for all the hard work he does because he does work hard. I know he's had a rough day, but he's done some great work. He's always doing great work for us. And so I praise him by day and by night. Because what he does But in preparing tonight show. In fact, a lot of the reasons why this show has done is because I had a discussion with West when it came in tonight. Today and He told me you got to go with this or I'm gonna kick your ass and go into his show. And I have to go with this show because I don't want that big guy to kick my ass. So In preparing tonight's show. I can't help but remember the reason why I first thought about doing the show is a message I got from a listener while we're doing the ground zero on beyond zero on Facebook. I got this message from a listener told me that my show was making people lose hope because I played the segment of speech where President Trump gave in. You know where he was in quite Ohio. He gave that speech where he said, you probably won't be seeing me for a while, because, according to Trump, he had very rich people that hate him. He was talking about middlemen in Pharmaceutical companies, and he was saying I'm bringing down pharmaceutical prices. I don't know the pharmaceutical companies like me. Of course they don't because you know a lot of the things that he's been pushing, like Laura Quinn and Desert here and all these other things. You know they're getting mad at him because they want this vaccine. Again. He does the vaccine thing or he's pushing this warp speed operation warp speed, and they still don't like him. You know what this guy does? They're not going to like you. So, Yeah. You probably won't be seeing me for a while. It's a Trump said. And I was trying to point out that it was just a creepy thing to say, especially now when tensions were high. And if I were him, and I said, like, days ago by him, I wouldn't just throw my hands in the air inside. Give up. I quit. So I was really incensed by the post because I thought that I'm not intending for people lose hope. I was intending for people to consider some very chilling an awful truth. And the problem is in this country. Nobody talks about the chilling an awful truth and then when they get blindsided by them You mean to say, Well, why didn't anybody tell me? All because you don't want to listen. You don't want to hear there are enemies at the gate waiting. To bring down President Trump I said this from the very beginning. I was saying for the beginning. You know, and I've been quite consistent. I might add and pointing out that what is happening goes beyond our center of the universe. Politics pair of politics, I thought it beyond the center of the universe. We are no longer the center of the universe. We are now facing some very ugly truth. This is a world of upheaval. And when it is sparking a sense of historical deja vu for me, anyway. We've seen the deep state or the shadow influence disrupt government before and the Trump Administration is not immune. To the bad actors that are forcing him to make decisions he would prefer not to make. To his credit. To the credit of his loyalists. He's made an effort to keep the global from destroying American sovereignty. And in the face of all of this derision, he remains standing. Kick him be radium knocked him around. He remain standing and that aggravates those who hate him. Those who hate him should also acknowledge And those who supported need also to realize that everyone has their limits. In the deep state has been busy as we've witnessed during Trump's tenure as president. Been busy try and bring him down. We've been trying To put forward This controlled demolition of America controlled demolition of United States of America, the deep state Seeks to frustrate positive change for the people. Supposed to preserve their own power. That's the idea and, of course, the establishment general in contrast to overtly authoritarian rule. Deep states operate more or less secretly, like terrorist groups, so preserving secrecy is a high priority for them control. The commercially controlled media is essential to their effective preservation of secrecy and their need for the deep state work to actually kind of sinking in. Get into the mind change the minds of the people change the hearts and minds of the people in the United States. This is affected through deep state control the CIA. The apparatus of nation states under their control. There's subterfuge. Khun B, elaborate and complex the deep states of the world. Have a natural common interest in hiding their existence, which predisposes them to mutual assistance. It's quite obvious. The deep state has declared war on those who wish to oppose the establishment order that is progressing to a world government right now, and it could be argued. President Trump has fought the good fight and the people have stood by you. Not quite understanding that there's a scorched earth policy under way and there's no prisoners here taken no accountability for it's collateral damage. You know what scores Drug policy is? Burn it all down. Start over. So we see this going on and we don't know how to stop it well. Trump's detractors have stated that the deep state is all in the president's imagination. And yet President Kennedy was a victim of the Deep state. Lincoln was a victim of the deep state. It was another president had his taste to the deep state and resigned. That's Richard Nixon. Now, Richard Nixon. 46 years ago. Resigned August 9th, 1974 So two days from now. Will be the 46 year anniversary of the resignation. President Richard Milhouse Nixon. So while Nixon effectively admitted to David Frost, he obstructed justice in the Watergate cover up. The academic scholarship, published since 1977 is documented in exhaustive detail how the critical wings of the Nixon White House National Security Council, the covert operations unit, dubbed the plumbers and Nixon's campaign arm. The committee for re election of the president. They're all infiltrated by rival power centers in the capital, and they were exploited for intelligence of the people burrowing in Came from the military, the intelligence community and the news media. So if you want some rhyming history Tickled to the presidential contest of November 7th, 1972. The incumbent was Richard Nixon, appearing on a national ticket for the fifth time that something that was only equaled by Franklin Roosevelt. He won reelection with a 49 state landslide. There are many people to believe that Trump is going to do the same thing this November. But I may not be as easy as one might think, especially in times of what Trump calls rich enemies that want to take him down. Remember, Less than two years later, Nixon was forced to resign. It was spared criminal prosecution only by proclamation for 311 which is issued by Gerald Ford. In that document pardoned Nixon for all crimes he committed or may have committed in the White House. Remember Senator Howard Baker, the ranking Republican, the Senate Watergate committee and later President Ronald Reagan's chief of staff. Don't really speak. Explicitly about.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Non filer tool by Tuesday may fifth on morning Joe this morning MSNBC Joe Biden presidential candidate talked for the first time a month and a half after terror read first started making these allegations of sexual assault against him think about that for the first time a month and a half later Joe Biden was finally asked the question about terror Reid how many different virtual town halls has he done how many different interviews as he done with how many different news anchors and he's able to avoid the question until the exact moment that his campaign wants the question asked what is that tell you not about the Biden campaign because obviously they're not gonna want questions about this but what does that tell you about the media would there be similar deferential treatment given to say oh I don't know presidential candidate Donald Trump of course not back to Biden's defense in this long interview with Micah Brzezinski on MSNBC's on ourselves we await for the records from the National Archives are you absolutely certain are you absolutely positive there is no record of any complaint by Tara Reid against you I'm absolutely positive that no one that I'm aware of ever was been made aware of any complaints of formal complaints made by your complaint by the terror read against me at the time this allegedly happened twenty seven years ago for until the day I announced for prayer while I was there she was in April or may this year I know no one who's aware that any complaint was made okay now this is key he sang I am not aware of any complaint that was made remember the time line here read say she did file a complaint but had no confidence that anything was ever done who's to say that someone loyal to Biden didn't take that complaint and crumple it right up however by Dan or at least his aides would have likely mentioned in cell meeting in something the name terror read referencing this complaint referencing the fact that Hey you've got this staffer who says the senator touched her and and sexually assaulted her those records would not be contained at the National Archives in fact a spokesperson for the National Archives just told business insider they would not have those sorts of records tera reed's complaint would have been housed according to the call I'm binder at the National Archives at what was then called the office of fair employment practices National Archives spokesperson though says they do not hold records from that office in other words the mention of terror read filing a complaint not the complaint itself which likely doesn't exist because as I said there was only a piece of paper filed why do you suppose if there was a complaint filed in the process of punishing the senator was started why do you suppose tera reed's mother would call into the Larry King show to talk about going to the media because nothing was being done about come more phone calls on this very important topic I guess form United States senator Howard Baker Richard Allen former national security adviser and Lois Romano of The Washington Post San.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Oh my goodness Joe Biden it speaking of Joe Biden and intercourse yeah I know not the smoothest transition here but the terror read allegations no not that terror read the star of the American pie movies Tara Reid R. E. A. D. E. is how she spells her last name she was an aide to Joe Biden in the early nineteen nineties she has come out and alleged that Biden didn't just sexually harassed her sexually assaulted her I am going to urge if you have children listening who are home doing home school stuff turn down the radio for the next ten fifteen minutes because we're gonna be discussing well actually just turn it down for five minutes when I discuss the substance over allegations ready three two one read alleges that bite and fondled her and touched her privates inappropriately he penetrated her with his finger that's not harassment that is that a sexual assault that is eight gross violation of a person's body she's been saying the same thing apparently since the nineteen nineties nobody has taken her seriously reasons for this are obvious it's not as though she came out of the woodwork because this is an election year this isn't like when all of the women all of a sudden on the exact same day after president trump was making hay out of Hillary Clinton's husband bill and all he is issues with women it's not like what it was so obviously time to remember there was the the infamous Billy bush tape on the bus and then that weekend Hillary Clinton of course attacks trump during their debate the following day there were something like seven or eight women just never heard from before trump in bed in the public eye since the mid nineteen eighties not a single woman it ever accused him of sexual misconduct not one on that day something like seven different women came forward each one of their stories had so many holes in it it was like Swiss cheese with each one of these stories terror Reid has apparently been telling people in our life for years for decades since at least the time that this incident happened in nineteen ninety three or at that she alleges that happened in nineteen ninety three in fact recently on earth video from the Larry King show features her mother talking with someone there was an episode of the Larry King show in in August I believe it was August eleventh nineteen ninety three someone who read is now identified as her mother actually called up and said my daughter was harassed by a very prominent very powerful senator what can we do we're back come more phone calls on this very important topic I guess former United States senator Howard Baker Richard Allen former national security adviser and Lois Romano of The Washington Post San Luis Obispo California hello yes hello I'm wondering what our staff for would to.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on WTVN

"There's a new piece of evidence that has emerged now but tracing the credibility of terror Reid's claim that she told her mother about allegations of sexual harassment and assault related to our former boss Joe Biden Joe Biden through a spokesperson has denied the allegations but we'll get into that here in a second now read mentioned that her mother had made a phone call to Larry King Live years ago on CNN during which she made reference to our daughter's experience on Capitol Hill Kerry said I remember it being anonymous call saying that my daughter was sexually harassed and retaliated against and fired where could she go from help I was mortified that my mother did that reed told me this is according to the intercept the program she didn't remember a date she didn't remember anything the intercept went and tried to look for it and they couldn't find it but once you publish something like this there is always somebody who has more time than you or less time than you no more time than U. S. hits a breeder of the intercept went out and just started watching all the old Larry King shows and they found one and you could watch them you know just you know on YouTube and here's what they found we're back come more phone calls on this very important topic I guess former United States senator Howard Baker Richard Allen former national security adviser and Lois Romano The Washington Post San.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"While it was Elizabeth Warren that that basically led that night and said you need those non disclosure agreements you need to release the women from the nondisclosure agreements at that but Biden jumped on board right yeah yep the same idea that these accusers have a right to be heard the question is on the left well this terror read have a right to be heard here after a long delay CNN offered with this is from newsbusters dot org offered one and by the way they are a conservative group that monitors liberal bias just so you know where they cover they're coming from after a long delay CNN offered one single story on a Saturday afternoon on tears Reid's allegation against sexual assault against Joe Biden soon after newsbusters on earth a video clip of the woman she says is her mother calling in to CNN saying a prominent senator had wronged her daughter the networks have screamed bomb shell with much less evidence than this C. Brad Cavanaugh yeah and it's true yes said and and this isn't a story what do you think she's credible or not none of this is simply a story on media bias when you work when you bring up an allegation that that's that there's that long ago odds are it's never going to be resolved right and we said this about you know Ford wave we know way back then but the fact is it's how the media responded to it then as to how Julie how the media is responding this now CNN Sunday shows in I went back to ignoring the story today there was nothing from Jake tapper on the state of the union or Brian stellar on reliable sources there Saturday story sounded like a blatant attempt to help the Biden campaign and so does all the silence and inaction before and after they can chatter about who bite would pick for vice president but not what bite allegedly did to read we had news busters this I'm reading directly from them well I'm not part of newsbusters were the ones to dig this nineteen ninety three step but of Larry King a lot of our our guides and we are going to continue airing it and the American people should see what CNN doesn't want them to see this is a more credible accusation of sexual assault the accusers are bred cabin all offered in here is the video that CNN does not want you to see that adds a layer of real time confirmation but at least read was telling others of the alleged assault at bad time here it is we're back come more phone calls on this very important topic I guess former United States senator Howard Baker Richard Allen former national security adviser and Lois Romano of The Washington Post San Luis Obispo California hello yes.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Vote and seventy percent instead of it fifty percent there is no issue that we won't be able to address together so I want you to be optimistic tonight you have to be optimistic tonight Michael Bennett telling supporters here in New Hampshire they should be optimistic but this is the end of the road for him Michael Bennett is suspending his campaign as Andrew Yang did earlier ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts is with us Yang seem to have had a greater impact on the race than that Michael Bennett ever did Steve well Andrew Yang did it a largely through his online following he had the Yang gang which he's a high tech guy himself and he used social media very effectively to build a a car of donors and supporters but he never rose beyond a certain curiosity level a senator Bennett is a very widely regarded legislator a moderate from cow from Colorado on paper a lot of people in the beginning of the campaign thought he'd be the kind of ideal candidate but you know senators' historically make really lousy presidential can't it's I've covered fourteen presidential elections I can't tell you dozens and dozens of fine senators Howard Baker Bob Dole people like Jack Kemp who is a member of the house democratic senators like John Kerry of it's very difficult for people who are legislators to convince voters that they can be an executive that the the the kind of leadership is very different good legislators paint in pale colors they're always compromising they're always building coalitions that's what a legislator does that's what leadership is it's working with other people executives have to paint and brighter colors you know I've often said you know legislators make speeches executives make decisions and that's one of the reasons why in our history we preferred governors two senators who had Donald Trump the head of a corporation could argue he had been an executive making decisions and it's very hard for a senator like Bennett to really make a mark and he just people continue to believe these are a wonderful guy but he Lee made a ripple in the presidential race ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts it's the similar argument about being an executive that P. projects has been going around the state making leaning in to his experience as the mayor of south bend Indiana even as some of his rivals jab at him for a rather thin political resume he says the mayors have to make decisions and it has the least attractive enough attention here in New Hampshire to put him in competition for second place with any club which are driven by older voters moderates.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"If this country starts to vote and seventy percent instead of it fifty percent there is no issue that we won't be able to address together so I want you to be optimistic tonight you have to be optimistic the night Michael Bennett telling supporters here in New Hampshire they should be optimistic but this is the end of the road for him Michael Bennett is suspending his campaign as Andrew Yang did earlier ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts is with us Yang seem to have had a greater impact on the race than that Michael Bennett ever did Steve well I enter Yang did it largely through his online following he had the Yang gang which he's a high tech guy himself and he used social media very effectively to build a a core of donors and supporters but he never rose beyond a certain curiosity level a senator Bennett is a very widely regarded legislator a moderate from cal from Colorado on paper a lot of people in the beginning of the campaign talk would be the kind of ideal candidate but you know senators' historically make really lousy presidential can't it's I've covered fourteen presidential elections I can't tell you dozens and dozens of fine senators Howard Baker Bob Dole people like Jack Kemp who is a member of the house democratic senators like John Kerry it's very difficult for people who are legislators to convince voters that they can be an executive that the the the kind of leadership is very different good legislators paint in pale colors they're always compromising they're always building coalitions that's been a legislator does that's what leadership is it's working with other people executives have to paint and brighter colors you know I've often said you know legislators make speeches executives make decisions and that's one of the reasons why in our history we preferred governors two senators who had Donald Trump the head of a corporation could argue he had been an executive making decisions and it's very hard for a senator like Bennett to really make a mark and he just people continue to believe these are a wonderful guy but he Lee made a ripple in the presidential race ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts it's the similar argument about being an executive that P. judge has been going around the state making leaning in to his experience as the mayor of south bend Indiana even as some of his rivals jab at him for a rather thin political resume he says the mayors have to make decisions and it has at least attractive enough attention here in New Hampshire to put him in competition for second place with any club which are driven by older voters moderates.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Change mercy corps is helping families to adapt and thrive more and mercy corps dot org and LogMeIn featuring the only go to meeting designed to help modernize the way people connect work together and get things done learn more go to meeting dot com you're listening to KQED public radio eighty eight point five FM good morning the time now is five thirty live from KQED news I'm Brian white top democratic congressional leaders are planning to announce articles of impeachment against president trump about thirty minutes from now their press conference comes a day after two bay area members of Congress took part in a heated impeachment hearing in the house Judiciary Committee South Bay representatives Lofgren who was involved in the impeachment increase of presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton said she'd been reluctant to be part of the third process but the direct evidence is very damning and the president hasn't offered any evidence to the contrary we've asked who subpoenaed we've invited the president and nothing has come forward that if he had evidence of his innocence why wouldn't he bring it forward East Bay congressman Eric Swalwell also referred back to the Nixon impeachment is he questioned the democratic counsel Daniel Goldman the famous phrase from senator Howard Baker was asked what did the president know and when did you know when there's a reason that no one here has repeated those questions during these hearings we know what the president did and we know when he knew it Mister Goldman who said Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine to smear Joe by a president trump who fired at the anti corruption and bouncer in Ukraine Marie of on the pitch president trump who told ambassador Simon and pastor Voelker to route to work with Rudy Giuliani on Ukraine president trump and president trump has declined to participate in the impeachment hearings San Francisco supervisor is calling for changes to the way the city handle shelters during rough weather that's after the local news site mission local reported that half of the city's emergency shelter beds late empty during the recent.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Where you take the matters learn more at C. H. O. a dot org slash short though weather traffic ninety five point five W. asked me what is news it is six thirty I'm Christian of a lively WSB twenty four hour news center any impeachment hearing democratic congressman Eric Swalwell famous phrase from senator Howard Baker was asked what did the president know and when did he know when there's a reason that no one here has repeated those questions during these hearings we know what the president did and we know when he knew it Republican congressman Matt Kate Sloss public opinion poll I saw should Congress had an approval rating at about nine percent by contrast Moammar Qaddafi had an approval rating at thirteen percent and his own people drag him in the streets and kill them this impeachment process demonstrates the worst in us ABC news political director reclined because the facts are as established as they are all the differences the interpretation of the facts the really hasn't been there for by Republicans to construct an alternate narrative when it comes to the facts the narrative is truly about president trump's head space and that of course is a noble almost by definition continuing coverage house impeachment hearings Chuck secrets in A. B. C.'s fifty three degrees on Peachtree street it is six thirty one at WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish has his exclusive five day forecast coming up not trouble team traffic Doug Trumbull seventy five eighty five door down we had dissipated take twenty or thirty minutes to empty out the back of the star Bacchae University Avenue or the earlier crash at one point said that only.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Or wherever books are sold. now a portion of this morning's Washington journal with Timothy McNulty author, journalist, and author of the meanest man in congress, Jack Brooks, and the making of an American century, we pick up where we left off taking your calls. Senator Howard Baker in two thousand five reflecting on the Watergate investigation in nine hundred seventy three thousand nine hundred seventy four and as you listen to that, what's your reaction? Well, I think that's a very honest assessment. And also, expresses help painful, it was for a lot of the president's supporters to come to that realization that there was more here than people had been led to believe. And I think for him to admit that I greatly respect the Senator. And, and I think that unlike Senator Baker, I think Brooks knew his own mind. He wasn't. Of the same party, of course, Nixon, and, but he knew his own mind, and he wasn't afraid of standing up to generals or when he was head of the government operations committee. That's why they called him the meanest man in congress and they meant it as a compliment because he was so tough. But I think that he understood that you had to kind of keep pushing and pushing, and whether it was generals or heads of corporations or federal department heads that there was questions that had to be asked, and he insisted they had to be answered by the way, we before calling it, the meanest man in congress. We had discussed calling it the title of the book that SOB. And because when his staffers had heard people muttering after their appearance before Brooks's committee that they heard them saying. SOB and he told his staff. Well, just think them saying that means. Sweet. Oh, brooks. But there was a clear distrust between Jack Brooks, and Richard Nixon, correct. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. No, the like you said it wasn't so much Watergate, but his control over the committee that talked about the waste fraud and abuse. And he looked at Nixon as someone who was contributing to that waste fraud and abuse in the in the federal government. So, yeah, there was definitely a distrust before he got to the articles of impeachment. Our phone lines are open two zero two seven four eight eight thousand one for Republicans in two zero two seven four eight eight thousand four Democrats. Our guest from Durham North Carolina is Timothy McNulty. He is the out with a new book, looking at congressman Jack Brooks, and just to put his life into context, he worked under ten presidents. He was with Lyndon Johnson on the day that John F, Kennedy was assassinated. In fact, as you point on in your book, he was the one that said to him, he needs to take the oath of office at love field. To give an indication of the seamless transfer of power one was the elected to the house. When did he leave? Nineteen fifty two and then in nineteen ninety four he was part of the group of fifty congressman that lost in the so-called Gingrich revolution of ninety four. And this one photograph, of course, Connie photograph of Jackie Kennedy just a short while after her husband was assassinated, and Lyndon Johnson is taking the oath of office, and Jack Brooks is in this picture. It's worth mentioning that. The reason that he encouraged the president to take the oath of office in Dallas and not wait until he returned to Washington is because congressman Brooks had a, a healthy fear of Robert Kennedy. The president's brother who was attorney general, he thought that he might try to do something. I don't know what that would somehow delay or for stall the president's oath taking the oath of office. He he was skeptical of Democrats, as well as Republicans when Jimmy Carter was, and he wanted to reorganize the government, just as he took office and rooks, refused to go along with it. He said, that's the farrago of congress, and so it wasn't just Republicans or that he was. Kind of willing to take to the woodshed taking your calls from this morning's Washington journal with author, and journalist Timothy mcnaughton, you can continue this conversation on C span dot org forward slash WJ. You're listening to our programming lineup from Sunday on C span radio. WCS FM, Washington up next CBS face.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Policy center, a Washington-based think tank committed to promoting bipartisanship in American policy decision. Dr park, I want to get back to you know, your broad framework. Would you talk about this combination of treatment and recovery support being critical to the successful intervention? And clearly we see the concerns about the lack of access to be real health services remains of a huge stumbling block of you know, you talked earlier about the role that Sansa the substance abuse. And mental health administration is playing in. Connect the dots for us if you will about their integration with the White House office of drug policy and to really improve the framework out of which local efforts can occur. I think there are several critical points when we think about how do you improve access to behavioral health services, certainly access to health insurance is critical parody ensuring that insurance companies are providing the same level of coverage for mental health services as they do this quilt services addressing stigma. I think it's critical having the workforce to provide care, and if you think about the federal response there are multiple agencies involved. So Sam says one herself, which is a help resource Services Administration overseas, workforce programs community, health centers, the veterans affairs department. The center for Medicare Medicaid service, all of these federal agencies play a critical role improving access to be to be held services. And I think a critical point of BBC's report was that to coordinate the efforts of all of these entities. You need a robust empowered White House office of drug control policy, and you're gonna magin if you're a state official and you're saying fifty seven different programs from the federal government coming your way. A mess. There's coronation at the federal level. How can we expect coronation at the state level? And I think that's why one of our key recommendations of that again that that White House office empowered to provide the coordination across all of these federal agencies. Will let me ask if you could come on a very compelling piece that you wrote last year, titled how can we fix the opioid crisis and just going to lay out a couple of the key recommendations, and perhaps us you to elaborate on them a little bit one seem so obvious but get clinicians to prescribe fewer opioids, and honestly, there's some pretty good evidence. That is happening certainly reducing barriers to treatment, we encounter many places that have kind of zero tolerance for any complicating factors as opposed to a harm reduction model in treatment, certainly the push to hold the makers of these addictive drugs accountable may play a role and and last. How do we stop the flow of illegal substances like black market fennel? This is a very broad range of strategic interventions, but they all seem to play an important role in. I wonder if you'd like to elaborate on any of them. You know in this country. We have made it much easier to prescribe opioids then to prescribe the medications that treat opioid use order. So for example, to prescribe opioids all I need to do is every three years renew. My DA license and that form takes about five minutes, and you send in a check. And then you essentially have carte blanche. The federal level to prescribe opioids to prescribe the treatment for opioid uses order. You actually have to go through an eight hour training to prescribe you print orphan, and then you have caps on the number of individuals, you can treat imagine if somebody told me, well, you can only see one hundred patients with diabetes or fifty patients with heart failure. And they make it much more difficult to prescribe treatment, and they make it quite easy. To preside on opioids now, Margaret, you're absolutely right. We have made some progress in reducing unnecessary prescriptions in this country. You know, back in two thousand twelve about two hundred and fifty million opioid prescriptions annually, and now we've got that down to below two hundred million closer to about one hundred ninety million prescriptions. Still there has been a significant over twenty percent reduction. So that's good. We need to be mindful of the fact that there are individuals in this country. Suffering in pain syndromes, and who have chronic gaining and individuals who for whom opioids are the correct treatment. But we know that there are there's tremendous prescribing of unnecessary opioids, and that's what we're trying to get under control. But I think tying in a some sort of requirement or training every time a provider renews, their DA license where they get some kind of continuing education on addiction or opioid prescribing or opiate use disorders and treatment. I think would be really helpful reducing some of these regulations that make just that much more difficult to prescribe medication treatment for opiate use disorder. I think really ought to be looked at. But then as you said that just one piece of the puzzle, but he also need to curb the elicit flow, and you're absolutely right fending all is what is driving overdose deaths now in this country. We need to get people at a treatment, we need support harm reduction strategies like ensuring that naloxone. Is distributed widely. They're all critical. It has to be across the board prevention, of course, is critical all critical ways to tackle the epidemic. Dr park end where we began which is the word bipartisanship. And I wonder if you could just share with our listeners not all of them may know about the incredible forming of the bipartisan policy center where it came from. And maybe some of its broader work that bring you to the tables with thinkers from both sides of the aisle. Well, you know, I like many of my colleagues here are driven towards the bipartisan policy center because the believe in the mirror, and frankly, we think there ought to be more bipartisanship in this country, and we're thankful to the founders twelve years ago for former Senate majority leader's Senator Tom Daschle, Senator George Mitchell. Senator Howard Baker and Senator Bob Dole for helping create the center along with the president Jason grew may which essentially allows us to take the best ideas from both political parties to promote health to promote security and to promote opportunity and the opioid epidemic is a bipartisan issue, and God knows we need more bipartisanship in this country. And so I have been pleased with the scientific leadership at at health and human service agencies. I think Commissioner got Lee stunned. Great job at FDA has been zeroed in on the opioid epidemic varies good lead. Shit across the scientific agencies. And I think that needs to continue across political line. We need great leaders who understand and know the most important ways that we can save lives. I do come back to the office of national drug control policy at the White House because I do think there's an opportunity for this administration right now to really empower that office with subject matter experts and individuals who have the ability to corral, the executive branch agencies and departments involved in response. And and then I think finally congress has in is playing a critical role in this response. There's been increased funding towards the last few years what we heard from from states and in BBC's most recent study, while many of these funding streams, a most of them are annual or one time appropriations and without sustainable funding. It's hard to. Inspire. The confidence of state officials that they have committed long term partner in the federal government. And so one of the key findings from a report was disdainful. Funding is critical and another finding was that flexible funding, it is also important. So we went to some of these states to talk about the opioid epidemic. And they started talking about men impediment abuse, which goes to the issue that states need to be equipped at times to be able to deal with multiple drug abuse epidemic at the same time. And so flexible funding streams where a state can utilize the funds tackle different substance abuse epidemic is critical as well. And you're absolutely right bipartisanship is going to be critical to this issue. It's not going to go away. Tomorrow, we need to dramatically increase the number of of Americans Jesus order on treatment. And that will help us reduce overdose death rates over the next several years. To do that we need bipartisanship in congress and any administration coming in needs to keep their eye on the ball and stay committed to this.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on Unfilter

"I don't know if you have any clue clips on leaked out about the the molar sending over letter to the Trump team. They replied there. Obviously, there's negotiations for the what do you call testimony that probably will not happen. So I think you know a lot of it, you know, I mean, and if you look at all the president's tweets, this morning, look at the tweets. He was venting. I mean, he was going off. There's a lot of tweets. Now it is kind of conflicting though you gotta think back a couple of press secretaries' ago with Mr. Spacey and learn, saw someone press a personnel him. You know, are these official statements from the president, these tweets and they? And he goes, yes. These are officials agents from the president and the these are official things right. And now today it's no. No, this is not official. This is just opinion. This is just this is his thoughts feelings? Yes, I'm tired of that game. Just come on. I do have a clip that may make you feel better. I'll really. Yeah, I do. I I think it might make you feel about, I'm not sure. Well. Okay. All right. But those those tweets may come up again. Oh yeah, they make him up again. Now, there has been a lot of these statements that have been made via Twitter like the I knew nothing about the meeting with the Russian lawyer in the mail room Don Jr. that's a good example of a tweet. Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to the lead. I'm Jake tapper work with the politics lead in one of the biggest bombshells today in the Russia investigation reported. Coming from the man who once said he would take a bullet for President Trump. Now, this bombshell goes right to the heart of this question, which I cannot say any better than the late Republican Senator. Howard Baker said in nineteen Seventy-three as Watergate was consuming the nation. Oh, Watergate president and Wendy, no way. We're really kind of doing a setup here. I mean, you don't. It's not really necessary to play the Watergate clips and all that stuff. It's consuming the nation. What did the president know and Wendy, no way now to be fair, Chris. Let's go back to target audience for a second and do a little inside baseball. Chevy's sheriff shirt. So you got Jake here. He's got the Minecraft Mokoena's desk. Got kids. He's a young hip guy. He's got all these leads. Gonna lose things happening. His target audiences who I don't really know. I mean CNN's demo isn't kids and I don't know. It's not kids, but it is. Young is thirty five fifty four. Okay. Is it seriously and you look at people age, thirty, five to about maybe fifty ish. They don't know. They don't remember seriously. So I you know, obviously they're setting up the narrative. I get that you're trying to. Yeah, exactly that. Yeah. So here's so here's a little comparison just because this could be fascinating because I have this. Here's here's the Fox News version of kind of the same news item President Trump Sarp. That's ABC. Although we have. That to which will get to. Here's the Fox News version. Breaking tonight. Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney is claiming the president knew in advance about that Trump Tower meeting back in June twenty sixteen in which Russians were supposedly going to offer campaign dirt on Hillary Clinton that according to CNN, of course, in all their breathless coverage, they seem to be ignoring the portent nugget quote to be clear. These sources said Cohen does not have evidence such as audio recordings to corroborate his claim, but it is interesting. Now at around the same point into the news item tapper was playing the Watergate clip and she's playing or she's a statement that says he doesn't have sources to discredit Cohen. You see the two different narratives that are happening here. Yeah, very different coverage from the two different networks. Not to be all that surprising. And then somewhere in the middle, you have ABC punk time, fixer and lawyer. Michael Cohen. ABC news has learned tonight that Michael Cohen now says the President Trump did. In fact about the meeting with Russians and the Trump Tower before the election and that he knew about the meeting before it happened after dirt on Hillary Clinton was promised from a foreign adversary. This will likely interest Robert mother who by the way, today was photograph seen right here waiting at the airport in DC there on the left..

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Good morning this is the senate caucus room in washington dc that it's jammed this morning jammed with spectators newsman's senators and their aides and the scene adds to the sense of drama as the senate opens what is likely to become the most serious investigation that has ever made investigation of the american political system and the presidency itself fred thompson there in the foreground and the use of the word newsmen you don't hear that much anymore well today may seventeenth is a bigger than average day where presidential investigations are concerned forty five years ago on this very day the senate watergate hearings that would lead to the end of the nixon presidency got underway and of course just one year ago former fbi director robert mueller was appointed special counsel a consensus choice at the time with us tonight is our friend jon meacham pulitzer prize winning author historian msnbc contributor importantly his brand new book is called the soul of america the battle for our better angels and we're happy to report it's on a lot of nightside tables across this country tonight john before you even begin i want to go to a quote from a fellow tennessean a man whose words if you were of age during the watergate hearings most americans were able to quote this passage from memory and are still able today this is senator howard baker republican of tennessee primary thesis is still what did the president know and when did he know one so john other than rocking a seer sucker suit as so many tennessee have learned to do you're asked all the time how is this similar to watergate how is it unlike watergate there's your setup.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"And what's your response when you look at the kuhn's tillis bill the graham booker bill we have bills in the senate bipartisan bills that would protect muller and senate republicans largely thing we don't need to do that he's not gonna do anything crazy does that suggest to you that that that stepping up that you are hopeful about is not going to happen on could we don't know yet i think we don't know yet there were very few members of his party we're taking on richard nixon until very late process very late in the process now when the joint committee hearings were held members of his party like senator howard baker sounds a little of connecticut where as aggressive in trying to find out whether next was involved in obstruction of justice any in perhaps more dan the democrats on the joy watergate committee but so far you know initially the failure to have a bipartisan special committee with full authority the seriously find out what happened is past election that was a misstep at the very beginning which is sort of put us in in an area of some constitutional rot and you know the background for that is also a different kind of crisis a crisis of democratic legitimacy that is even where we have agreed upon rules look what where the rules are leaving we have a a senate where it when the country is evenly divided as it was in two thousand the republican candidate carries states that have sixty senate seats and the democratic candidate carries safe that forty senate seats and not too long a decade or two we're gonna have a situation where thirty percent of the country elect seventy senators in seventy percent of the country study senators we have a house of representatives when democrats need something is much as ten percent landslide in order to gain control and we could have if we have two more vacancies under this trump pinson.

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"senator howard baker" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"senator howard baker" Discussed on The Young Turks

"In light of the new struck taxed well we need to know one investigation did obama wanted to be briefed on as white tonight we have two very simple question for barack obama and frankly everyone else involved in the scandal take a quick look the president no and when did he know it all right that was senator howard baker that was during the watergate investigation asking very important questions the president barack obama and others now need answers to they got to answer to everybody you gotta tell us what are we know what have you know about and winning you know about the hillary clinton investigation now use meddling in it uh and then of course the white house picks up the ball from their kellyanne conway next let's talk about the new fbi tax that are just bombshells i it is very concerning to see two people sex seeing each other about this investigation i mean texting each other about this investigation on and on and and now you see it goes all the way to the top according to them anyway so i would hope that those who are so interested in doing that and calling for accountability and transparency and getting to the bottom of the two thousand sixteen election and the transition by the way will apply that same standard and that scene curiosity to these with seems to be never ending techs between these two balls show bomb show so she said sex thing i mean texting yeah they were six thing in other tax they were having an affair so i don't know what that has do a policy anyway so a bombshell bombshell presidents imbaba hillary clinton investigation or is he.

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