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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We have been following the Republican National Convention down in Charlotte, North Carolina. As they've been going through the roll call. It started about 11 o'clock eastern time. At some point, they went over the top. They've nominated officially President Trump, but they continue the roll call to make it through all the states. We've also seen, Vice President Mike Pence, give remarks. The convention already virtually, of course, it's interesting. This is different from the Democratic invention because it appears that the delegates actually are there in Charlotte. They come up behind us in front of Ah, background. Eso. They're actually they're physically there. You can see them socially spent socially distance. And now we want to bring in our Bloomberg political contributor. Genius. I know who has been with us throughout the Republic, the Democratic Convention and now for the Republican Jeannie Welcome. It's good to see you. This is going to be quite different from last time. In part because we have incumbent now President Trump is gonna have a hard time saying he's an insurgent body. Yeah, absolutely. And I think your point has been. It's dancing just in the first few minutes to see how different the look is from the Democratic convention, but I was able to hear most of Mike Pence's remark, and I think he gave us a really good sense of how the Republicans are going to try to fight them. You know, when he's saying things like it's not democracy on the ballot, it's economics. It's free markets law and order its freedom. I think those air the themes we're going to hear over and over again this week and to your point, he is making the case that we need four more years to lower your taxes for further secure the border secure the right to life. And then the whole notion of law enforcement, which is coming through very strongly in this sort of theme of back the blue, which I have heard but hadn't heard from from the president of the vice president, I think is another thing. We're going to hear an awful lot about as we see, you know some of the unrest in the major metropolitan areas in the last Several months. It's fasting. There are at least a couple subjects that I think we didn't hear anything about from the Democrats. They both law and order and China that I think we'll hear a fair amount out here. But when it comes to economics, does the president have a little bit of a challenge? Given where the economy is? It's not doing real well right now, Jeannie He does have a challenge. Although polls show he still wins as we know on the economy, and I think they're going to keep making the case that freak o bit, we have the lowest unemployment numbers we had seen and you know, half a century. GDP was very strong. In other words, he had done what he promised to Dio and I think it's important that we say that he had done what a lot of Republicans wanted him to do in terms of deregulation in terms of the tax bill. So they're going to make that case and he was interrupted by Cove it but they're going to try to make the case. He's committed to rating the ship at this point and bringing us back stronger to where we were pre code, But I think that's the methods they want to give. And I think to your earlier guest point. They also want to try to stay away from focusing on President Trump's character, which is so divisive and focus on policy because, of course, if we're electing somebody we like Biden may win that debate. But if we're electing somebody on policy, you may see the independence and the moderate swing towards Trump and, you know, hold their nose and vote for him, even though they don't like the tweeting and Personality kind of aspect. Senator Judd Gregg that we were just had former senator from New Hampshire was saying, there's really a battle of ideology here. The free market on the one hand against more progressive and ideas say we may hear the word socialist. The Republicans this week did the Democrats leave that open a little bit the Republicans because they didn't really take a stance that was that would show that they really are centrist rather than more progressive. Yeah, I think they did. You know, I'm looking at the are that are gonna see the Republican National Committee's website and right at the top. It says, you know the socialist dissension at the DNC right there trying to make this case over and over, and I think that But Democrats did leave themselves open a bit to that argument because they were not as clear and focused on their policies. And I think you know it's important to be able to pin Joe Biden down on an enormous question, which is that you have a lot of spending. You want to dio in order to pass these policies, And yet it's unclear win. All this money is going to come from. Specifically in the mist of this pandemic. So how are you going to pay for all the things you promised to dio or are you going to going to go into office and not really do those things that it's unclear? And of course we saw Alexander Cassio Cortez, among others. Back this weekend and say he's going to do what he promised to do. But it's still unclear how those programs get paid for their very expensive thing I saw suggested Elsie sort of said Don't worry about the money. We can afford it. We can spend a lot of money if we want to know problem about it. At the same time, we're keeping an eye on the convention as they're rolling around. I think they're coming to the end now of the roll call down in Charlotte, North Carolina. Jeannie. Just as we continue to cover this convention, I wonder whether in fact, President Trump has a particular challenge because he ran isn't a cz an insurgent last time Now he's an incumbent. Yes, it's absolutely a much different ball game, and I'm not quite sure he's wrapped his head around it. I think he's much you no more comfortable being able to talk about things like draining the swamp and being sort of this popular to clean things up and get rid of these politicians. But of course, he owns everything that's happening right now. So if he wants to talk about law and order, it's his country. He's presiding over it. He has to own some of that, and I don't think it's a comfortable position for him to be in right now, and I think they're going to have to figure out a way to get him to run as an incumbent is not 2016. And he really has to embrace that idea well, and we heard a lot about drain the swamp before was very popular, at least in some parts of the country. Is he going to talk about that at all this time, given what's happened to so many people who supported him last time, including Steve Bannon just coming up last week. Yeah. I mean, you know he can't run away from that. We heard Mike Pence used the phrase We need more. Four more years to drain the swamp. But it is a fair question for people that ask him Well, you had 3.5 almost four years now. And your own campaign has been, you know, almost everybody associated with your campaign at the upper levels has run into some sort of legal corruption problems or challenges. So how do you explain that? And of course, have you done anything to clean up Washington, DC, As you claimed. It's going to be something I think the president. I don't know full here this week, but he should. He should address it because it's a promise he made four years ago, and people are right to ask what he's done about it Genial. We've heard some criticism of the weekend that the Democrats didn't have enough substance their policy positions last week during their convention at the same time, do we know very much at all about what President Trump is setting for this? His agenda for a second term? We know what he wanted to the first term. We can judge for ourselves whether did enough but one of the second term Well, the second term is, you know a sort of a redo of the first term, because if you look at what the Republicans did, they accepted the platform. From 2016. They didn't make any changes to the 2016 platform. And as you know, people don't like toe look at those platforms because they're a bit boy. But do guys Jenny, I'm going to interrupt you for the President States who's having a surprise appearance right now at the Republican Convention Down in Charlotte, North Carolina, as he walks to the stage in front of a Siri's of American flags is where they've been having the roll call. He.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Who the new Ford Bronco. Taking a look at it up there. That's a cool looking vehicle. I might have me one of those. Wait a minute. I might have me one of those ways. Chevy Bullet with the new blazer, the new blazer. Terrible unless you want a minivan, which is fine. Minivan's a friend, But a minivan is not the new Ford Bronco. Looks like the Ford Bronco from, like, 1980. Why am I not in the woods going over logs right now in your Ford Bronco, Look out over the rocks. You think that's a most terrain vehicle? No. No all game terrain. The majority of terrain. A former United States senator is warning that a vote in November for Joe Biden is not a vote for Biden at all. They're setting him up just to stage a 25th Amendment Cool. In the early days of the administration. He gets elected. His minions declare him senile. They were moving and the vice president becomes the president. So this's former Senator Judd Gregg, who says he's no great fan of Donald Trump. We're just talking about what it would've Biden presidents who'd be alike on not not elected by people who are excited about Joe Biden, elected by people who don't like Donald Trump. If he wins, that's what it will be, yes. So what will be like and and Ah, and we're discussing all will be. Hopefully there will be less Look what the president said today. Because he's not going to be trying to, you know, get everybody's attention every single day, but I think the conversation of Is Joe Biden lost, it will be a constant Yes. For the half The country that doesn't little be a weekend at Bernie's presidency, released the second half of it. So listen to this, though. We'll never get to the second half. Judd Gregg. Who's a Republican from New Hampshire and his conservative rankings of the various, you know organizations. He's a Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins Republican. He's very, very moderate. And he wrote a column in the hill. Ripping into Trump is being erratic and narcissistic, his style of leadership. He says, Look, and he agrees with you guys. There's not a giant coalition of people voting for Biden. So when the people around by and say, you really can't handle the job, he's not coherent and biting themselves here Who is going to stand up against that? He walks out in just a diaper. Who Who is going to be the mobs in the streets? A No, No. What moderate Democrats. That's true. What's the point of his argument where I'm supposed to start getting concerned about something? Yeah, that's injured. That is interesting with him being un enthusiastically elected if you try to replace Trump with pence People go crazy that voted for Trump You tryto place Obama with Biden time. What are people going crazy over the Obama for Biden? Yeah, People say no. I voted for Obama. Right? Your place Biden with his vice president as fine fine. So if the veep in the majority of the Cabinet determine him unfit, the vice president can tape cake takeover, but that's temporary. If Biden word contest that the matter would go to the new Congress for a vote, we're not only despite and continue to have plenty of loyal allies, especially in the Senate, but we're both parties would need to cooperate. And Red State notes. There's no incentive for the GOP to assist the help the Democrats self destruction. If anything, Republicans should want sleepy Joe to serve out his full term in the belly, Okay? So people are saying, Yeah is very might.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

15:44 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The one person who told president trump his theory is true who was it you know what was our adversary Russia who had everything to gain by deflecting the blame from their attack on Ukraine let's look at what president trump was actually suggesting Ukraine investigate the ferry is this instead of listening to our entire intelligence community they concluded that Russia interfered in our twenty sixteen election to assist on from the new theory says it was Ukraine that interfered in the election to help Hillary Clinton in her Donald Trump one aspect of this conspiracy theory was that the American cyber security firm crowd strike which should help the DNC respond to Russia cyber attack in twenty sixteen moved a DNC server three you're crying you're free van the FBI from examining here's what president trump said about this conspiracy theory during the twenty five July twenty five call quote I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine they say crowd strike I guess you have one of your wealthy people the server they say you're crazy has it once again if this sounds farfetched and crazy it should because it is there is simply no factual basis to support this conspiracy theory let's walk through the concrete reasons why first as I mentioned our entire US intelligence community the Senate select committee on intelligence as special counsel Muller all unanimously found that Russia not Ukraine interfered in the twenty sixteen elections and Russia did it to help Donald Trump and heard Hillary Clinton here's an example of that this is the conclusion of the director of national intelligence report entitled assessing Russian activities and intentions in recent U. S. elections our quote a bit part in it you can follow on the slide we assessed Russian president Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in twenty sixteen aimed at U. S. presidential election Russia's goals were to undermine public face in the U. S. democratic process denigrate secretary Clinton and harm her electability and potential presidency we further assess Fortin and the Russian government developed a clear preference for president elect trump we have high confidence in these judgments end quote clear president for president elect trump and here's a conclusion of the Senate select committee on intelligence quote the committee found that's the Russia based internet research agency sought to influence the twenty sixteen U. S. presidential election by harming Hillary Clinton's chances of success is supporting Donald Trump at the direction of the Kremlin the committee found that the Russian government tasked and supported the R. A.'s interference in the twenty sixteen US elections and grow supporting Donald Trump at the direction of the Kremlin that's what it said and here's a special counsel's conclusion Molla reported twenty nineteen quote as set forth in detail in this report the special counsel's investigation established that Russia interfering interfered in the twenty sixteen presidential election first a raise for two operations first a Russia into T. carried out a social media campaign that favored president Kennedy presidential candidate Donald J. trump and disparage presidential candidate Hillary Clinton second a Russian intelligence service conducted computer intrusion operations against entities employees and volunteers working on the Clinton campaign and then released stolen documents on December nine twenty nineteen even president trump's own FBI director Christopher ray stated unequivocally that there is no evidence to support the theory that Ukraine interfered in our election in twenty sixteen here's a video of that interview let's watch as all of service did the government of Ukraine directly interfere in the two thousand sixteen election on the scale of the Russians did we have no information that indicates the Ukraine interfered with the two thousand sixteen presidential election when you see a politician is pushing this notion how are you concerned about that in terms of its impact on the American public well look there's all kinds of people saying all kinds of things out there I think it's important for the American people to be thoughtful consumers of information to think about the sources of it and to think about the support and predication for what they hear and I think part of us being well protected against maligned foreign influence is to build together and American public that's resilient that has appropriate media literacy and that takes its information with a grain of salt including this been pushing this theory and your message to him and and in terms of the American public stop trying to interfere with our elections we recently heard from present himself that he wanted the crowd strike portion of this whole conspiracy in the Ukraine investigated and I and I'm hearing you say there's no evidence to support that as far as you know as I said we have no way of the if the I have no information that would indicate that Ukraine tried to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election so the problem you heard him he said no information that would indicate that Ukraine try to interfere in the twenty sixteen presidential election so to be really really clear there is no real dispute that Russia not Ukraine attacked our elections it is not just that there is no evidence to support this conspiracy theory it's more dangerous than that because words of this theory come from you guessed it the Russians Russia Russian president Vladimir Putin and Russian intelligence services perpetuated this false the bond to conspiracy theories now remember there is no dispute among the dead intelligence community the Russia is that a Russia attacked or twenty sixteen election the Senate's own intelligence committee published a report telling is that as well so it's no surprise that Russia wants to blame somebody else in fact president trump even says that president Gordon is the one who told him it was Ukraine who you interfered in our lectures in short this theory that the Russians are promoting to interfere yet again in our democratic process and deflect blame from their own attacks against us but what is so dangerous is that president trump is helping them perpetuate this our own president is helping our adversary attack our processes and to help his own reelection doctor hill an expert on these matters explains it in more detail as to why this is very concerning let's watch this is the second thing I want to communicate is best on questions and statements I've heard some of you on this committee appear to believe that Russia and its security services did not conduct a campaign against our country and the pops somehow for some reason you crying days this is a fictional narrative that is being perpetrated in propagated by the Russian security services themselves the unfortunate truth is that Russia was the foreign power that systematically attacked democratic institutions in twenty sixteen this is the public conclusion of our intelligence agencies confirms in bipartisan congressional report it is beyond dispute even if some of the underlying details must remain classified the impacts of the successful twenty sixteen Russian campaign remains evident today our nation is being torn apart with his questions our highly professional experts create phone service is being undermined US the puffy crane which continues to face some to question aggressions been politicized the Russian government's goal is to we can our country to diminish America's global role and to neutralize the perceived US threat to Russian interests their goal is to weaken our country to diminish America's global role introduce her Weiss a perceived US threat to Russian interests that's why it's so dangerous because despite the lack of any evidence to support this is the blog conspiracy theory unanimous conclusion of the intelligence community Congress special counsel Miller and the FBI to the contrary president trump continue to promote this fake conspiracy theory just because it would be beneficial and helpful to his own reelection campaign even president trumps our senior advisers told him this allegations were false Tom Bossert president trump's former homeland security adviser stated publicly that the crowd strike theory had been double bonds here's that interview let's watch it's not only a conspiracy theory it is completely debunked you know I I'm I don't want to be clear about this matter but last year a retired former senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was the high Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he in the legal team is doing and repeating that devotes theory to the president it sticks in his mind when he hears it over and over again and for clarity here George let me just again he that it has no validity the United States government reached its conclusion on attributing to Russia the DNC hack in two thousand sixteen before it even communicated to the FBI long before the FBI ever knocked on the door at the DNC so a server inside the DNC was not relevant to our determination to the attribution it was made up front and beforehand and so while servers can be important in some of the investigations that followed it has nothing to do with the US government attribution of Russia for the DNC hack this theory has no validity that's what he said doctor hill to testify that White House officials including Mr Basser and former national security adviser HR McMaster spend a lot of time refuting the crowds right conspiracy theory your president trump let's hear it no doctor hill is this a reference to this debunks conspiracy theory about Ukraine interference in the twenty sixteen election that you discussed at the in your opening statement as well as with chairmanship the reference to cross like in the survey yes that's correct and it is your understanding that there is no basis for these allegations is that correct that's correct no isn't it also true that some of president trump's most senior advisers had informed him that this theory of Ukraine interference in the twenty sixteen election was false that's correct when she was asked is it fall she said that's correct if valdimir bridges goals as test as doctor hill testified were to deflect from Russia's systematic interference in our election and to drive a wedge between the United States in Ukraine he has succeeded beyond his wildest dreams the alternative narrative of Ukrainian interference of the twenty sixteen election has now been picked up by the president's defenders and the conservative media it S. model of the waters regarding rushes on interference in our elections efforts it remain ongoing as we have learned last week this week from reporting that Russia packed Burris ma'am if there were any doubt about how president Britain feels about the president's conduct you need only look to prudence own words his statement on November twenty tells it all quote thank god nobody is accusing the us anymore okay interfering in U. S. selections now they're accusing you crying for that's a short quotation for Britain but it speaks volumes even though president trump knew that there was no factual basis for the theory that it was you crave that interfered in the twenty.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"L. O. R. eat to sixty four thousand now the new in addition secretary Elaine Chao says the economic impact of Boeing's planned halt of seven three seven Max production will not be considered by U. S. regulators in their review of when to let the plane be airborne again that was involved in two major fatal crashes president trump is said to be upset the house Democrats are holding up delivering the impeachment articles against him to the Senate for trial more from correspondent Kaitlyn Collins now essentially what is looking for now that he's been in peach is this vindication innocent at trial and now you see with the speaker Pelosi the drama going on on Capitol Hill he's concerned that he's not going to get is quickly as he wants it and of course that has put the president in a mood that most days who spoke with him the last several days would not describe as a good one the court of the glory cruise ship hit the carnival legend which was over the doctor in Cozumel Mexico I witness video shows a portion of the glories deck crushed after the crash I am but and I'm Charlie Pellett have Bloomberg world headquarters stocks in the week at a record as Wall Street moves into a holiday shortened trading week the S. and P. five hundred index had its biggest weekly gain since September for the week the S. and P. five hundred index advanced by one point six percent the signing of a first phase U. S. China trade deal is set for January though terms remain unclear Libby Cantrell is head of public policy at pimco it what you saw was the outlines as a relatively positive deal in terms of hi Mrs for purchases of goods eighty seven promises on intellectual property enforcement but as we all know negotiating with any country that particularly with the Chinese and there are times where things promises have been made that have not been and delivered on analysts meanwhile are boosting the outlook for China's economy which has been targeted by American tariffs and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude dies forecasters say China's economy will expand the five point nine percent pace next year he sing trade sanctions the prospect of lower bank borrowing costs boost confidence that's a slight upgrade from the November survey which was tally before the White House in Beijing agreed to a phase one trade deal to lower barriers this year the Chinese economy is projected to grow by six point one percent any doubt July school Burke radio W. W. formally known as weight watchers is again turning to Oprah Winfrey who owns eight percent of the company beginning in January she'll be traveling to several cities to host a wellness focused arena tour the company by various celebrities including Michelle Obama and Dwayne the rock Johnson stocks higher at a record assn P. up fifteen up five tenths of one percent the Dow up seventy eight up by three tenths of one percent nasdaq up thirty seven up by four tenths of one percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Charlie Pellett this is Bloomberg balance of power with David Westin Bloomberg radio still to come this hour we talked to Alaska governor Mike Dunleavy about his recent meeting with president trump as well as climate change and Alaska's oil business but first historically Republicans have been associated with free trade while Democrats have tended to be more protectionist but a lot of things have changed president trump with his aggressive approach to trade not always easily reconciled with traditional Republican norms I talk to Republican Judd Gregg who served as both senator and governor of his home state of New Hampshire about is phase one deal with China that seems more managed trade and free trade and a U. S. M. C. A. the senator Pat Toomey is said does more to restrict trade then foster it we began with the question of where the Republican Party stands on this issue now well I think has a bigger question is is not the party it's were president trump's taken the party as you mentioned in your introduction conservatism historically been for free trade but this president isn't all that conservative and a lot of areas so for example he's run up the deficit more three years in a prison our history and he doesn't seem to believe in an actual licenses both of which are at the core of a conservative philosophy and in the area of trade there is the issue of him picking winners and losers he he literally pick certain segments of our economy and says what would make you a winner and other segments of our economy says well I really don't like you or you don't like me so you're going to be a loser in these trade negotiations have fallen into that category and in my opinion not a lot it's been accomplished and what has been accomplished except the US MCA which I do support but with the Chinese has been marginal compared to the Harmons created relatively new American consumer and mereka business trying to be engaged in international trade but listeners this the force of sheer force of will present trouble was he addressing a broader issues that people is a lot of people because of her were open to curtailing free trade because globalization they see didn't work that well for them yeah I think I think he's a populist president and popular so mass basically has to have an enemy and the enemy was free trade for a lot of folks but the rising economy has been driven in large part by trade and as you can sail trade you have an economy that usually contracts concert is genuinely believer I think conservatives genuinely believe that the more open the markets are the better we're going to be because our nation is more entrepreneurial it's more aggressive and we're better at it than other nations the Chinese are are legitimate competitor and they knew clearly manipulate and have manipulated the currency and they also take advantage of our intellectual property but so far most of the agreements which have been discussed even though they've talked about those two issues have not reached any agreement on those issues and and this most recent agreeing with the Chinese was agreement to agree agreement to consider to agree and so until there's actual pay off I don't think we're gonna get very far and you don't remember the Chinese government is not a democracy they don't think in terms of four year elections I think in terms of decades because that's how long they've been there that's how long they expect to be there so in negotiating with me a little bigger left and if you if you think you're going to negotiate with say the European center Mike Braun occurrence center for Indiana's member the budget committee you chair that committee he said some things about the deficit particularly so things like in town title so the mandatory spending and the deficit we're running out do you agree with his position what should be done while I agree one hundred percent with that work closing in on a debt to GDP ratio which mirrors and Greece's situation fortunately were much stronger economy the people people the world have more confidence in us and they didn't grease but the simple fact is that if you're running trillion dollar a year deficit to some day god is going to catch up with you and it's going to catch up of us as a nation somewhere in the mid period of the next decade most likely and there's going to be a crisis as he mentioned other nations may become a better place to put capital in the in the United States economy will start to contract stare livings will go down as we try to pay off the debt so running a Polish debt is really bad for our kids and our grandkids and it's a huge mistake in fact what they're about the past as another half a trillion dollars of new debt to the deficit it's outrageous I mean they've double the discretionary spending debt in the last couple of years and now they're going to have another half trillion dollars and that doesn't even consider the entitlements are the accounts where the deficits are going up and the debt is going up astronomically so he's actually right we've got to get our arms around this deficit and debt issue it can only be done in a bipartisan way and unfortunately is no leadership for bipartisanship in the Congress or in the presidency the steps is returning to Hampshire primary now is it less important than it was the passing to four people sitting focus on Iowa I guess his first up but one Hampshire play as important role on the democratic side yeah I think the first three events Iowa New Hampshire and South Carolina I'm going to have a huge impact on super Tuesday which comes in March when you've got a major vote coming out of California number of other large states so yes I think actually these three states are once again going to have a significant impact to whoever comes through these three states finishing first second and if it's the same person finishing first second going to be a unique position is going to really sugar off the field he is in New Hampshire term which we use to make maple syrup sugar off the field so you're really going to be down to two maybe three candidates by the time New Hampshire is over I think that was former New Hampshire governor in St term United States senator Judd Gregg you're listening to Bloomberg balance of power on Bloomberg radio coming up president trump met this week with a group of governors about what can be done about regulation we talk with one of those governors Republican Mike Dunleavy of Alaska this is Bloomberg Hey y'all.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Now. Impeach materials do happen in the Senate but only two in the history of the United States involved. A President President Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty eight and president bill. Oh Clinton in one thousand nine hundred nine. Nixon resigned before the House sent impeachment to the Senate. I worked through five different trials. Actually six different trials. Five judges and President Clinton that particular experienced voice belongs to Alan Freeman on parliamentary emeritus of the United States. Senate think of him him as the Senate's referee he's the rules guy and he was there in nineteen ninety nine when the impeachment trial for president. Bill Clinton took place although not exactly as parliamentarian. I was second share at that time. And by that he means he was senior assistant to Robert. Dove are served during the entire trial except for four or five days after January fifteenth which is a day which will live in infamy in my life that was the day of the Harkin point of order. President's lawyers lawyers may very well tried to weave a spell of complexity over the facts of this case they may nitpick over the time of call or Parsa Specific Word Your phrase of testimony we are jude. The distinguished jurors in this case not to be fooled US OUR MR chief justice yes I object to the use and the continued use of the word jurors when referring to the Senate sitting as Trier's a trial on the impeachment of the president of the United States so senator Harkin without any consultation stood up and made a point of order that the House manager Robert Barr of Georgia was referring to senators as jurors and at that was inappropriate. There will be no jury to stand between the judges ages who are to pronounce the sentence of the law and the party who is to receive or to suffer I was completely taken aback. Regular Jurors of course course are chosen to the maximum extent possible with no knowledge at the case. Not so when we try impeachments regular jurors are not supposed to know each other not so here regular jurors cannot overrule the judge not so here regular jurors do not decide when a trial this to be ended. Not so here I think the framers of the Constitution meant us the Senate to be something other than jury I look through all of them terriers available to me at the desk in an attempt to formulate a response or advice to provide for chief justice rehnquist who is presiding residing as he had to over the trial during impeachment trial. Senators may not engage in debate. And I was doing whatever I could to formulate an answer. Her at which point Senator Judd Gregg of New Hampshire stood up and made a second point of order objecting to the fact that Senator Harkin was engaging engaging in debate. I would ask as parliamentary point whether it's appropriate to argue as to the proper reference. As I understand it if this is the motion is not debatable. Understand so I now had two points of order to deal with. I finally determined that I could find no basis on which to advise the presiding officer to sustain sustained Senator Harkin's point of order. I turn to the chief justice and told him that based on my quick research I see no basis on which to sustain the point of order of the senator from Iowa. I think you may state your objection certainly but not argue out the views you may state the objection and some reason robot not arguing Odd infinitum and so I turned to speak to the chief. Justice gave him my advice. My advice was not to sustain stain. Senator Harkin's point of order. I then turned around facing front facing the chamber waiting for the chief justice to rule presumably based on and my advice so he rejected a Republican point of order and sustained a democratic point of order the cherish of the view that the senator from Iowa's objection is well taken that the court the Senate is not simply a jury. It is a court in this case and therefore council should refrain from referring during two senators of jurors presumably on my advice because I turned to speak to him to give him advice and then turned and face forward. And for the most part when Senator is unhappy with the ruling from the presiding officer the senator naturally assumes that the the the basis for that ruling was not the individual in the presiding officers chair but was the parliamentarian on duty and Senator Lott wanted no no waves whatsoever during the Clinton impeachment trial. Suffice it to say Senator Harkin rock the boat and wave the spread out hither and Yon and Senator Lott came out and immediately adjourned the trial. And therefore must chief justice percent. The previous consent agreement on is down percents understanding Dan Germany under the previous order without objection it's so ordered and thereafter. A number of Republican. Senators came running down to the desk to express their dismay at what I had just done and thereafter working down to my office From Senator Lott that I should Perhaps not not take anymore shifts During the trial and so at I had a bit of a of the holiday From floor shifts during the trial. One thing to know about the Clinton Trial Senators Trent Lott Tom Daschle the Republican and Democratic leaders at the time and we're determined that the Senate be dignified in the handling of the proceedings. So a great deal of destruction for the trial took place by unanimous consent. I asked for him Um and if he thought things would be a smooth and bipartisan as they were in the nineteen nineties. We've yet to see white smoke signaling. A Koumba moment involving the leadership. I try to be optimistic about about the Senate and the Senate's unique role in our constitutional system and the way the Senate protects its minority. And so even though to this point I not aware that that there is a Consensus between its leaders to work together. I am hopeful that that will that that will emerge you are hopeful but given what we've seen Over these last few years it's hard not to be a little pessimistic right. I'm not betting a lot of money on this. Okay okay I got it. So let's go to who the actual rules of how this process would look in the Senate there are actual rules and procedures for how this works. Yes the Senate adopted a set of rules for the conduct of impeachment trials They did this For the trial of Andrew Johnson Johnson in eighteen sixty eight and that body of rules has remained relatively constant since then there have been some tweaks between eighteen sixty eight and nineteen eighty six the last time these rules were modified but there are twenty six of them and to a certain extent. Much like the Senate's standing rules. They defy normal person's understanding of exactly what it is. They mean if you like I will walk you through a couple some of them. Yeah give me a couple where it's not quite clear what this is supposed to mean or it can be open to different interpretations. Well let me start with what is clear because there's so little of that But what is clear has been recognized Gig Nuys by Mitch. McConnell the majority leader And as a matter of fact there was a memo that the senator McConnell made public a month or so ago and it was a memo written by Bob Dove My predecessor Senate parliamentarian on and it was written onto a man named Howard Green and Howard. Green was the secretary. For the Republican Party. The highest-ranking Party staff member in the Senate and that was done just before the nineteen eighty six Trial of of Harry Claiborne A.. Federal judge who had been impeached and Bob Dove was laying out as best. He could some of the ground rules for the conduct of impeachment trials. And so this was a a memo from the Senate parliamentarian to the Secretary for the majority and basically that said that according to rule one which says when the Senate is notified that the House has appointed impeachment managers to conduct an impeachment against anybody that the secretary the Senate shall immediately immediately shall immediately inform the House of Representatives. The Senate is ready to receive the managers For the purpose of exhibiting such articles of impeachment and so the very first rule impeachment rule is mandatory shall immediately and the second rule when manages in impeach. Michelle be introduced at the bar of the Senate etcetera etcetera tre articles shelby exhibited. So here we have the very first two rules making at least the beginning of a trial mandatory mandatory so the idea that they can for example there was a there was some thought that you can simply dismiss.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WBAI

"I want to know who told the list of war about the phone call. they changed the rules about possible words not the hearsay rule was change just a short period of time for the complaint was filed. the complaint sounds like a legal document. this guy why did or the store ride it we're not going to try to present a United States based on hearsay. every American has a right in front. you want to present to release this partial called record I did. saying this is hearsay the complete on a number of fronts is matched by the call transcript in the complaint are not matched. let me tell. I'm laying out the facts here. for instance show by. I went to the Attorney General. you know you've got a you've got me on the show to me what what I think I think Miller did a good job for the country and there was nothing there I think this whole thing is a chain working through the recess and as I mentioned I think the complaint gives us a pretty good road map. issues that we need to investigate there is a host of people apparently who have knowledge of these events. the whistleblower makes reference to now we don't know how many or any of them that have already been interviewed by the inspector general we will be having a subsequent hearing with inspector general which we have requested. so that we can determine what he was able to find in this plan our investigation we only fourteen days to do it. but it looks like it is a far more substantial destination and then just as part. and so we will see what witnesses have been interviewed in which happened we'll do our best to identify those will obviously going to be bringing the whistleblower in. please note the director committed to having the whistleblower come in as soon as the birds issues are resolved for the whistleblowers council. and then the. we have the commitment of the director of national intelligence that there will not be some minor from the White House or the department justice or anywhere else that is instructing him what he can and cannot answer what she can or cannot answer. that further testimony will help identify some of these other individuals I can corroborate read the seven days of the. all of the whistle blower put together in drips with condescension righteous indignation and content for the president. it's also Chris on its face it describes a cover up they also by the way. is it discussed on Sean Hannity April twenty fifth what kind of secret cover up or you also discussing on the airwaves of fox news Furthermore they and the the the the the inspector general found evidence of political bias in the individual which is not disputed by anybody but he also. the director of national intelligence inspector general they also found it his comments to be credible. a matter of urgent concern and they turned it over to the justice department despite all that. this was a credible yeah. I've worked in the government now the federal government now for nearly three years I don't know what to do it looks like I know the difference between a whistle blower and a deep state operative this is a deep state operative we alternate with the documentary evidence is we need to look into the allegations that this may not be the only communication. of a potentially corrupt character that was shielded by this. classified information computer system of the used for that purpose. we want to know what role would be Giuliani had in all of this we want to know what role so far had in any of this. we want to know what you crane understood. was expected of them before they even had this July phone call with the present nine states. so. we know what we have to do it of course will be guided by the evidence in the final. I'm sorry. well yeah look I I think there are any number of potential crimes when a president. is soliciting foreign assistance again in another presidential election there can be no claim of ignorance this time. when the president is withholding authorized funding of Congress. to use as leverage. if the president were involved at some other stories for nation to take up a man of action on the sopranos if there's an effort to cover up. any of this conduct there are innumerable potential offenses but I have no confidence that this justice department led by this Attorney General of the state anything. except the presence at recess. for claims that give the father to the conspiracy theories which the present which is the paddle which should be the present was battling. with president so that's the. and so as the inspector general's appear not to have jurisdiction accorded department just look into this. willing to look into this this will fall within our response one of two things is true Chris. either the Ukrainian government. associate with it presents a real actual knowledge of corrupt dealings by the Biden family or they. if they do is it not in the interests of all Americans to know what that is what the lines in a minute to a specific like a specific answer. the president has. he's got the C. I. A. he's got the Pentagon is got a number of other agencies why did they use three private lawyers can get information on Biden from the. from the Ukrainian government rather than go through all of the agencies of this government number one. my question John. as you know. John during is investigating something completely different. asking you a direct question this is a free to there isn't the palm tree conspiracy theory that somehow you rain Russia had the democratic emails in two thousand sixteen and the frame might have the DNC server or Hillary's emails the details are both convoluted and false and during your time in the White House you explain that to the press right. it's not only a conspiracy theory it is completely de bont you know I I'm I don't want to be clear about this matter but last year. former senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hello magazine saying there's three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire me Giuliani. and at this point I am deeply frustrated with the legal team is doing and we're using that to both. to the president it's textiles minority hears it over and over again and for clarity here George let me just again. that it has no validity why did the president use private attorneys rather than that of the state if you don't know. let's not talk about John. there's two issues that were brought. why did he do I understand. I understand your question. he wanted to keep the focus on the things that are districts needed but we have oversight duties we've all serve we've all been taught to make hard decisions in trying times. this report. to give you know stand seizures. global warming drastically old ocean in the crossfire..

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent. it looks to me like the other matter as far from proven is whether he was doing anything to abuse his power and withhold aid in order to solicit such a thing that seems to be far from proven and it's gonna be the focus of I think our Congress for the next year you know I I'm I don't want to be clear about this matter but last year a retired former senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying there's three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was the higher Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and we're eating that devotes theory to the president it sticks in his mind when he hears it over and over again and for clarity here George let me just again. that it has no validity United States government reached its conclusion on attributing to Russia the DNC hack in two thousand sixteen before it even communicated to the FBI long before the FBI ever knocked on the door of the DNC so a server inside the DNC was not relevant to our determination to the attribution it was made up front and before hand and so while servers can be important in some of the investigations that followed it has nothing to do with the U. S. government's attribution of Russia for the DNC hack on whether or not the president abused his power to go after a political opponent using aid as leverage bothered said he didn't see anything specific in the call that amounted to pressure. the trump administration is proposing to cut the number of refugees permitted to resettle in the U. S. next year to just eighteen thousand that's down from a previous record of thirty thousand the prior year the administration says it plans to prioritize refugees who've been persecuted for religious beliefs Iraqis will help the U. S. overseas and a legitimate refugees from northern triangle countries as citizenship and immigration services acting director Ken Cuccinelli. well Congress putting statue the president has to set a ceiling every year and more it's that time of year so we began our consultations with Congress with the proposed cap of eighteen thousand refugees to be resettled here in the United States that's down from thirty thousand this year but this is also part of a much bigger humanitarian picture Stuart and we are putting enormous amounts of effort of course into the southern border but also into asylum which is very similar to the refugees you're looking for people who are persecuted you're protecting them from that so in a huge entire humanitarian umbrella you've got asylum refugee crime victims and some other things trafficking victims so all together America is providing more support and settling more people in the humanitarian arena than any other country in the world I. bases are you placing these limits because you feel that the refugee system all the asylum system is being gamed. well not the refugee system the asylum system is certainly impart being games but it's also Stewart a huge backlog of my agency is responsible for resolving over three hundred thirty five thousand cases still outstanding we don't have a backlog in the refugee side we have a backlog on the asylum side of the humanitarian responsibilities and the same people attacked both of those cases are can be used to attack both those workloads and that's what we're gonna do and we're hiring up in the asylum space so we can do more and more resolving of these asylum cases that have been backlogged really for too long and just let me get this straight hit the president can do this without going to Congress to ask if you can do it well Congress is actually assigned to the task and to the president on an annual basis no that audio courtesy of fox business in fact this would be the fourth time that the trump administration has lowered the refugee cap..

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Up but you need to take a serious hard look in the mirror. defense has not been playing horrific at all from Minnesota. the missing link has been the quarterback getting the football to two of the top wide receivers at least last couple years that Ted over the NFL. there's been a major disconnect that's been Kirk cousins if you can't take advantage of this. news that's factual fair and balanced the city's continuing coverage on newstalk eleven thirty W. Y. S. F. Milwaukee. going after Giuliani anjing Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine where the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for then of course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that debunks theory to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ninety four point five FM. going after Giuliani anjing Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine with the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for then of course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that devotes series to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Antonio's breaking news traffic and weather. going after Giuliani I'm Jane Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine where the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for. course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom buster the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that devotes series to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine where the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for then of course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that devotes theory to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Going after Giuliani anjing Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine with the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for then of course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that debunks theory to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I'm Jim Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly displeased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine where the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for then of course you pursue that vigorously they should be accordingly on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he in the legal team is doing and repeating that debunks theory to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on KTOK

"News former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine where the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do to sending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for then of course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that debunks theory to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Alexa and Google home on ninety three W. Y. B. C. B. C. H. T. Y. Indianapolis. going after Giuliani anjing Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly displeased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine where the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for then of course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he in the legal team is doing and repeating that devotes theory to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com. going after Giuliani I'm Jim Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that's a live phone call with the new president of Ukraine where the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it or the some other explanation for. course you pursue that vigorously they should be accordingly on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's emails summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying those three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was to hire Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that devotes Seery to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"senator judd gregg" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Giuliani I'm Jane Metzler fox news former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani also president trump's personal lawyer Attorney General William Barr reportedly just pleased the president mentioned his name right alongside guiliani's and that July phone call with the new president of Ukraine with the president asked for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters business dealings in that country Giuliani's response on fox news is Sunday morning futures I'm a lawyer defending a client and one of the things you do defending a client is if you can prove that somebody else did it what are some other explanation for. course you pursue that vigorously they should be pointing me on ABC's this week Tom Basser the president's former homeland security adviser faults guiliani for filling his clients head with unproven conspiracy theories including one that you queen hacked the DNC server and has Hillary Clinton's email summer senator Judd Gregg wrote a piece in the hell magazine saying the three ways are the five ways to impeach oneself and the third way was the higher Rudy Giuliani and at this point I am deeply frustrated with what he and the legal team is doing and repeating that debunks theory to the president on the president's phone call with Ukraine's president it is a bad day in a bad week for this president for this country if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent like other Republicans though he sees no evidence of a so called quid pro quo Montana's governor declaring.

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