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Democrats unveil immigration plan with 8-year pathway to citizenship
"Congressional Democrats today introducing a bill to remake the U. S immigration system. It's called the U. S. Citizenship Citizenship Act of 2021, unveiled by Senator Bob Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, and California Democratic representative Linda Sanchez, among the highlights that includes an eight year pathway to citizenship for those people in the country unlawfully. If they arrived by January, 1st of this year. It would also lift hurdles for those workers to legally immigrate to the United States as well. Azad financial resources to border screening and replace the word alien with non citizen in law. Senator Menendez, announcing details during a zoom called earlier today. Under the status quo. We still prevent family members from reuniting legally in the United States because of lengthy backlogs and delays. We still send graduates educated in our great universities back to their home countries, instead of allowing them to drive innovation here in America, and we still make it too hard for companies to hire the workers they need to innovate and force American workers to compete. With exploited undocumented labor. That's why we today collectively are introducing the U. S. Citizenship Act in the Senate in the House legislation that brings to life President Biden's plan to restore humanity and American values to our immigration system. It's our vision. It's our vision off what immigration reform should Look like and it's a bill we can all be proud of. It will modernize our system or for a path to citizenship for hardworking people in our communities, reunite families, increase opportunities for legal immigration and ensure America remains the powerhouse for innovation and a beacon of hope to refugees around the world. I can tell you is the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. But I must say that beyond enhancing security and improving management of the southern border, our legislation also finally addresses the push factors forcing so many families to flee Central America in the first place. Transnational crime, violence, corruption, poverty, lawlessness, the prior administrations. Naive fixation on the wall failed to alleviate these horrific conditions. We must address the Underlying root causes driving migration and create safer processes for those in danger to apply for asylum. That's how we stop ourselves from winding up in the exact same place down the road, and that's what this bill does. Now there are some in Congress, I'll say from both parties who argue against going big on immigration reform. Some still believe the answer lies and blocking all legal channels of our immigration system until we get our house in order. Others say we should leave the bigger, tougher questions for another day, pursuing narrow reforms that nibble at the edges and leave millions of people behind. Personally, I couldn't disagree more with both approaches. That from Senator Bob Menendez, Democrat from New Jersey, the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The bill does have the support of President Biden issue his statement earlier today, available on the White House
House Democrats Walk Out Of White House Syria Meeting, Accusing Trump Of 'Meltdown'
"But we begin with a white house meeting on turkey and syria and the presidential meltdown speaker pelosi says it produced she attributed the president's behavior imparted to the vote against him earlier today was shaken up by it and that's why we couldn't continue in the meeting because he it's just not relating to the reality of it on the part of the president was a meltdown sad to say the white house denies this saying the president was and i quote measured factual and decisive as for majority leader mcconnell when asked about his perceptions of the meeting he merely said and i quote make any observations in the meeting i don't have any to make now well heap may not have made any observations but it is not noticeable and notable that the silence top ally in the senate is not trying to refute speaker pelosi's account the president's son decision of poll special forces troops from their positions in northern syria greenland the invasion by turkey killing of kurds the escape vices prisoners and a land grab by syria's dictator bashar al-assad and his backers russia and iran today the president continued to claim it was all part of his master plan so our view the situation on the turkish border with syria to be for the united states strategically brilliant strategically brilliant though if he really believes that it is hard to understand or he sent a turkey's president with whom he had that fateful phone call last week the letter was allegedly sent three days after the call ended up president trump warns not to do the very thing he had made possible by announcing immediate abandonment of the kurds quoting now from this letter to air to on quote let's work out a good deal you don't want to be responsible for hiring thousands of people and i don't wanna be responsible for destroying the turkish economy and i will the letter is dated the ninth of this month that is the same day that turkish troops went into northern area encourage began being slaughtered and shortly thereafter isis fighters began escaping kurdish custody the president was asked about all of that today even after all you have seen isis prisoners freed all the humanitarian disaster you don't have any regret forgiving early on the green light to to invade i didn't give them a green life well did you tell as you just you know when you make a statement like that so deceptive just the opposite of agreement the opposite of a green light would i guess it'd be a red light or a red line a stern warning not to invade perhaps or decision not to pull the small number of american troops who were holding back the turks from invading an attack the kurds are allies in the fight against isis but the president didn't draw a line in the sand red or otherwise in fact in that same press conference today he says he expected the works to invade now president or the ones decision didn't surprise me because he's wanted to do that for a long time he's been building up troops on the the border with syria for a long time as you know so he expected the turks would invade he sees the troops building up on the border for long time and he decides to suddenly and without much warning remove the one obstacle to it US special forces who've been living with and fighting with and training the kurds doesn't that seem like a pretty clear example of a green light would look like that if this was all unexpected it this was all as expected i should say then why the threatening letter why the push for economic sanctions on what is after all a nato ally why send vice president and secretary of state to turkey tonight this is all going to plan and is strategically brilliant why the apparent rage the meeting this afternoon one answer is simple the president didn't see this coming or didn't care what happened there which seems to be the case if you listened to the way he describes our kurdish allies you have to say it nobody wants to say we're making the kurds look like they're angels we paid a lot of money to the kurds tremendous amounts of money we've given them massive russians and you know what it's wonderful they fought with us we paid a lot for them to fight with us they fought isis about eleven thousand awards were killed in that fight in addition to that on top of the casting the kurds inside the president also repeated his allegations that the kurds have intentionally released isis fighters from prisons an allegation he has offered no proof up just so you understand we were the ones that captured isis people let some go the opened a couple of doors to make us look is bad as possible claim has been called four falls by senior pentagon official who tells CNN the president quote falsely claiming that the SDS kerr words are letting isis prisoners out of prison is wrong because they're the people that defeated isis wrong because they are currently risking their lives to defend our forces wrong because they are fighting force that intends to eliminate their people because we greenlighted their operation earlier i spoke with senator bob menendez the ranking democrat on the senate foreign relations committee who was in that meeting with the president senator menendez you speaker pelosi said that the president had a quote meltdown down her words majority leader schumer said he was very nasty his word you yourself tweeted that listening to the president made you feel deeply concerned for the country can you talk about what happened in the meeting what you saw from the moment the president came in i would describe him as belligerent he's smackdown support of files on the table and said well you all asked for this meeting i reluctantly gave it to you and speaker pelosi say well with all due respect mr president i didn't ask for meeting with you we asked for a briefing on the secretaries of defense state intelligence to understand the consequences of the actions you took and then he said and let's end the meeting and she said well while i'm here as the speaker i have an obligation to tell you that the house just voted three hundred fifty some odd to i forget okay what the amount was but it was an overwhelming bipartisan vote to disapprove the actions that you took in syria and then he got that that devolved into that's nothing uh-huh hit job and the republicans and she said well many republicans joined us and then he called speaker pelosi a third rate politician he said that the kurds were nothing but communists and democrat all of us democrats who is seated there must be happy with that you know suggesting that we all subscribe to that view of being communists and then you know it just it was belligerent and and something i have never seen in twenty seven years here in congress and serving under four different presidents i've never seen a moment like this that's not how these meetings usually go no yeah well not with other presidents and i've had presidents from clinton to bush to obama and now trump i was in the white house with president bush and he is president we might have disagreements but one it was never disagreeable and always it was respectful and there was exchanges of views as i said to the president when i stayed after the speaker you're left and several others left there was president everybody here loves country nobody here loves it more than another but we can have a agreement as is evidenced by the fact that the house overwhelmingly with republicans voted disagree with you you're the commander in chief but i disagree with what you did and here's what i'm concerned about the consequences the reconstituting of isis i said i don't know if the military people tell you but there are you know you're inspector general at the department of defense says there's still fourteen to eighteen thousand isis fighters in syria if the ten thousand have been detained get unleashed and are freed you're talking about a potential fighting force about two thirty thousand that's a clear and present danger to the united states you've opened up a land bridge for iran to bring serious weaponry and to potentially attack our allies state of israel that's a huge risk and you know at the end of the day you've changed the political dynamics of the region with just one stroke said so and actions had on turkey had been absolutely nothing the turkish stock market went up the next day so you know this is this did he respond to that he he basically started saying that number one you know well we can destroy turkey's economy and but you don't wanna drive turkey into the russians which of course turkey's already been with the russians they've been buying the four hundred from the russians which is sanctionable on the US law he's also he's also just given russia a huge victory in syria they've been propping they've been supporting propping up the regime as well as iran to the point of view absolutely i mean look the the the big winners as as i said jessica the big winners are iran russia and and even turkey in this regard and so this letter that he handed out to all of us beginning which i if he hadn't handed it out himself i would have thought was not a real letter but basically a letter he wrote to air to one in turkey ah he wrote to urge to wanna turkey would you gave out to every member who is there basically strikes me as a letter to cover your backside because what he unleashed he now cannot recall and so you know i it's to try to respond to the incredible criticism it's an incredible letter the way it's written and believe me i'm reading about issues like that i've read it does not i mean it's not the kind of a letter thought he president united states would send to you know the president of turkey it it does not read as a i mean at one point i think it s sorta ends with you know don't be tough guy don't be a fool i'll call you later yeah that's how it ends and and it just is just it to me it was to be able to dock at first of all the letter is just an incredible letter the way it's it's it's dictate needed but it sounds like it's definitely dictated directly from him the way he thinks speaks and secondly it was to try to you know cover himself for what was unleashed with the turks going ahead and invading into northern syria and the consequences that flow thereafter i want to ask you about something else which sounds double we're we're told by a democratic source familiar with the meeting that senator schumer read a
"senator menendez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Senator Menendez a democrat insist the crown prince should be punished for the killing. It is outrageous that we are willing to turn away from such a murder because we have quote unquote interest. The purpose of today's briefing was to outline the US role in Yemen. There is momentum in congress behind a resolution to cut off military aid to Saudi Arabia over its role in the brutal civil war in Yemen. It's been just over two years since Donald Trump was elected president. Now, a new UMass Amherst poll finds a former vice president Joe Biden is the pick of Massachusetts voters to be the twenty twenty democratic nominee. Me. He is nineteen percent. Support followed closely by Bernie Sanders was fourteen percent of the vote and Senator Elizabeth Warren with eleven percent on the Republican side. Forty percent of responders say President Trump would be there. Pick again, followed by governor Charlie Baker was thirty percent support in a hypothetical. Senate matchup. Attorney general Maura Healey leads Ed Markey twenty seven to twenty six percent when paired against congressman. Seth Moulton Marquis has a twenty nine to twenty five percent lead a powerful six hundred point gain for the Daf after the fed share hints at slower interest rate hikes will have those numbers coming up. Also sees strike a local synagogue, the theft and recovery of a huge minora here in Brooklyn. There was no other defacement of our property.
"senator menendez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Congratulations on everything we're proud of you you went to a tough situation situation thank you so much sounds nothing like senator menendez not the trump knows what menendez sounds like but and even then i was taken aback by trump pandering or it sounds like trump is kissing a little bit of senator menendez asked there which i don't quite understand menendez should have been found guilty he and that's what trump was referring to i it was unfortunate and treated unfairly no the charges against senator menendez taking a bribe money quid pro quo there were even more charges about him and the trips with his doctor body to the dominican republic the private plane flights but also rumblings about potential underage girls and menendez everything that i've seen and read he got so lucky he skated he should have been convicted and should be in federal prison right now i just don't understand why you know president trump is doing some but kissing here our congratulations on everything we're proud of you we're proud of you menendez is is totally anti trump has been very vocal against trump so i get i don't know why trump was it was asked kissing here great job he should have been convicted by that federal jury the federal lockup right now situation thank you so much i was 'immigration something really thank you yeah what can i do moving forward i want to be able to take care of the situation every bit as much as anybody else at the top level i'd like the largest solution rather than the smaller anyway this thing goes on for format but i want to hear a little bit more than what we actually had available to us late last week and it looks like i just also searched quickly it looks like the secret service might have interviewed melendez stuttering job at his home yesterday in california so that's where he's that's where he's from a former secret service agent told cbs news that the agency likely wouldn't be investigating how the call happened it would potentially being investigating if melendez posed a threat whining clearly stuttering john is not a threat to the president i like i said i think they got to figure out the most important thing here is how did this happen and how was this such a lapse and how the wall of security was permeated by stuttering john that's what they need to figure out because if a comedian can do this what could be done on a much greater more nefarious level that's the real story here eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine nationwide number two here on schnitt eight hundred eight zero one eight thousand nine hundred ninety.
"senator menendez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Late shop on the bay i'm new eight meteorologist ian oliver on newsradio nine seventy wfl a catch the schnitt show live every weekday afternoon from three to six on twelve fifty whm nc impact radio roger that is this show i don't know if it's happened yet but you remember late last week we played successfully pranked president trump to us according to business insider john melendez who host the stuttering john podcast got a call back from trump while he was on air force one flying back from a rally in north dakota so i'm looking at a website right now some of the audio from one of their reports just pop through that's what the audio was and we dealt with this last week we played the audio of stuttering john melendez calling trump impersonating senator senator menendez so it was melendez calling menendez and he calls the white house gets passed through the trump so we have the story late last week i it might have been thursday so is that thursday friday we it was late last week and we played the audio has the story was coming out and breaking we were playing the excerpts of the audio and the latest now this is from north jersey dot com i believe he's a jersey resident and of course senator menendez is a new jersey us senator.
"senator menendez" Discussed on WLOB
"Democratic primary against senator menendez who said used krupp shin problems and i think we have a very good candidate bob who can running against him who's a former businessman and i think we might shock everybody and win the new jersey senate seat again it becomes impossible for the democrats to ever majority if they lose new jersey you know we we've been taking a lot of calls from from listeners in california and a couple of months ago i was really struck by a a a caller who said you know what we don't want to lead the state we we love california we the guy says he was born there but but and he's watched the democrats destroyed their state and they want to stay and they wanna fight and i get the sense from yesterday that that republicans are starting to stand up and take notice and fight back well man if the question is did you want the gas tax increase which will be repeal will be on the ballot is fall in the one of the senators who sponsored it was recalled yesterday in orange county so you know you you you're going to get even democrats and independents who agree with you that they don't want the gas tax increase if you go around the state and ask you know do you really want an income tax increase in a property tax increase by gavin newsom i suspect you'll find a lot of democrats independents who are not for that so newson will try to make it about ideology and social issues and donald trump cox has to make it about economics pocket book and california and.
Hawaii officials hope Kilauea volcano eruption won't deter travelers
"History of ancient macedonia and its most famous leader alexander the great are a fundamental part of greek identity though more than one hundred countries have recognised macedonia under that name greece has blocked its entry into nato and the european union now greek leaders say they could accept a composite name like upper macedonia or north macedonia macedonian leaders say they're open to compromise in are hopeful the dispute can be resolved this year for npr news i'm joanna kakissis in athens oklahoma's republican governor signed a bill that lgbtq rights advocates say amounts to discrimination the new law says private agencies can't be required to place children in homes that violate the agency's religious or moral convictions the governor says it doesn't ban same sex adoption or foster care but allows faith based agencies to operate in accordance with their beliefs tourism officials in hawaii are hoping the eruptions from the killer way of volcano won't deter tourism george segal head of the hawaii tourism authority says most of the big island is free from the threat of volcanic activity but he says those visiting the island shouldn't risk their safety trying to check out the lava we want to make sure that visitors respect the residents out there and don't go in those areas why they restore their lives and president trump has declared a major disaster in the state this is npr and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson new jersey governor phil murphy's asking for federal aid to help the state recover from this winter's nor'easters nj advanced media reporter jonathan salon says the state needs an estimated twenty million dollars to address the damage done by march storms wolf assaulting for cleaning for getting rid of down trees and clues storms like that you exceed that budget and they don't have any money the new jersey delegation led by senator bob menendez sent a letter to president trump on thursday urging him to approve the governor's request a spokesman for senator menendez says so far there's been no response a brooklyn attorney who is black claims she and her nineteen year old daughter were handcuffed by police after they were falsely accused of shoplifting at williamsburg boutique supporters of the woman held a rally yesterday in front of the armor court vintage fashion store with the incident allegedly happened gotham is reporter john del signore was there and heard from the.
Sen. Bob Menendez 'severely admonished' by Senate Ethics Committee
"For news traffic and weather in central ohio newsradio six ten wtvn columbus on your dc hd two ashville on iheartradio station from abc news i'm richard cantu formal sentencing will come later but bill cosby could spend the rest of his life in prison a jury outside philadelphia convicted the eighty year old on three counts of aggravated indecent assault reaction from some of the cosby's numerous accusers strong they were overcome mistake the just overcome with so much emotion that many of them many of these accusers going back to the nineteen eighties saying in in some cases beyond that but saying that they had been drugged and sexually assaulted by bill cosby abc's linsey davis montgomery county district attorney kevin steele says they'll attempt to force cosby to pay for his prosecution sentencing occurs there's also an assessment for the cost of prosecution and oil tank exploded at the husky energy refinery in superior wisconsin at least eleven people were injured a thick plume of black smoke extending from the scene mayor jim payne recommending the everyone within a three mile radius of the refinery on lake superior evacuate is not a concern right now there is no risk from emissions right now the evacuation is based on potential risk continues to burn the senate ethics committee is formerly admonishing senator bob menendez democrat of new jersey menendez already faced prosecution for corruption and helping your campaign donor that trial ended in a hung jury the senate ethics committee issuing a harsher verdict officially admonishing senator menendez saying he must return gifts he received from a florida eye doctor menendez said the doctor was a friend and that receiving private jet flights campaign cash had nothing to do with menendez giving him political hell abc's andy field in washington amazon prime becoming more expensive membership fees for existing members going.
"senator menendez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I'm qualified to be secretary of state when he sat down with kim jong un i like north korea doesn't matter but what's your reporting is he going to be confirmed while it's very close are reporting is that you know you're you're looking at a one to two margin likely especially because barracks there's at least one and possibly a few republican senators who may not vote for pompeo but i think it's north korea development might change things it makes it much more difficult to deal this nomination now that he's already effectively functioning as the secretary of state he was dispatched by the president to north korea as an on roy to begin diplomatic talks with north korea that's a big deal and to clip his wings if it were and derail the nomination makes trump though find another nominee for secretary of state would be a real setback for the current momentum that's been generated by administration towards these north korea talks so i think that's gonna be weighing heavily early on certainly the republican senators and i imagine some of the more moderate or conservative democratic senators if they think about their vote phil brooker that the washed about that is exactly my analysis that if you're joe manchin or joe donnelly or heidi heitkamp or any of the red state democrats and indeed very reasonable moderate democrats like chris coons you have to think to yourself do i really want to take out of the game or injure the person that we sent to sit down with kim jong un doesn't that in fact the rail what might be a history making moment if we do niklas ation has more than a five percent chance of happening but you you make it less if you don't confirm pompeo am i right i think that's exactly right i mean if you don't confirm pompeo at this point as as the north korea talks.
"senator menendez" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"To call out individuals on their own side are republicans prepared to call out those on their own side and say we won't tolerate this and are democrats prepared to do the same because they're counting on this kind of binary you know situation in america today where the sense that if well if we take one of my guys out the other team's going to pick up that seat and we can't have that so i'm gonna stick with my guy even if i know that he's corrupt i mean to pick a very obvious example senator menendez if you understand that case i mean it is corrupt to the core what senator menendez in new jersey did right now the polls show him up he's up twelve points against his competitor even though sixty seven percent of the people in that state believe that he is corrupt he is still ahead in the polls and we'll probably be reelected as a senator wow i must confess by the way my thoughts were precisely those peter schweitzer i was not always a fan of term limits and i have come reluctant to the viewpoint that while it's it's not what you might call the ideal way to address the problem but there is no ideal way so i would could kerr with that and i would notice we go to the break that's why a lot of people are talking about an article five constitutional convention of the states because of awful lot of things that need to be placed in the constitution would never get through congress including term limits the amendment being proposed no budget no pay for congress to get rid of all these continuing resolutions and another one saying that congress may not pass laws that apply to the people that do not equally apply to the members of congress there's just no way that the usual method of starting a constitutional amendment that is to say two thirds of the house in two thirds of the senate followed by ratification of three quarters of the states is no way the congress.
"senator menendez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The the as you know very well and we we talked about this my office to the state department and defense department work hand in glove on these crucial issues in the job at the state department is to try to make sure we don't get into unnecessary wars your your work i think is to work harder diplomacy search for peace do what we can and make sure that we don't get into another war are you committed to robust diplomacy is our ranking member senator menendez talked about and committed to do everything you can to to prevent future wars thank you i'm gonna follow up also on several members on on the iran deal to retro pump pale the iran deal has effectively cut off all pathways two hundred iranian nuclear weapons program compliance has been certified repeatedly by the international tommy g agency and both israeli and us intelligence agencies one which you oversee yet you have said that and i quote here iran will have the freedom to build an arsenal of nuclear weapons at the end of the commitment in quote however even win the joint comprehensive plan of action sunsets under the current deal iran will still remain a signatory of the nonproliferation treaty and at party to the i e as additional protocol ii inspectors are not going anywhere and if they did the united states and the global community would have ample time to react to any breakout and in fact the international community through the secretary general spoke out is to the importance of the jcp oa very recently and in view this position in light of your apparent support for us policy of regime change in iran really the contrast they're really upsets me in two thousand fourteen you said you would have preferred military strikes to the jcp i know a little bit more about what it would take today but it in terms of what i described as the capacity to achieve what i was speaking to.
"senator menendez" Discussed on AM Joy
"Well i've been a republican for thirty years but i don't want to be part of a party that has a people are high up in the uh in the hierarchy who are perverts and who throw their money around and we've had too much of this whether it's wim or the coq brothers of the mercer family the bank roles racism and thus contr we've got a lot of people we need a throw out of the republican party nasr for the democrats they need to claim their house a lot of people in minnesota flight upset because we felt that the evidence against frank and was really quite thin and then we have from the jersey senator menendez still in the senate even though he was indicted for taking bribes and i know that ended in a hung jury and they're going to go back on some of those charges but the idea that the senate ethics committee wouldn't investigate that the democratic leadership wouldn't pressure him out well it's because of the money both parties are addicted to a money and campaign contributors and we need to clean up our campaign finance system or people like stave win it these people are going to be dominating our system and voters are fed up quickly korean we're out of time really these really quickly here we're talking about sexual predators we're not talking about bribery retirement sexual predators and to be clear war and more was accused of being a pedophile yeah and and and republican still backed him leader of the republican party back tim at night as donald trump and the overwhelming majority of the voters the republican voters in the state.
"senator menendez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The seriousness of the fbi being so overtly partisan and i go what hold on it wasn't the fbi was two people one person was working the fbi with his uh and not morada his lover who was working in the justice for you're right okay going gone within the fbi not the fbi correct but she language to protect a candidate in the middle of an election year and and and what seems who have been to predetermine you know outcome before the evidence and not even and i'm referring to hillary clinton i don't think i don't think that's the reason they changed the language can i can i tell you my understanding why the language was changed was to prevent the because they had made the decision and i and i think that there are a lot of lawyers including republican lawyers who will tell you it's probably the right decision that this would have been a very very hard prosecution to conduct and to succeed with us that okay even if you get her indicted and yes you can indict a ham sandwich they would never have succeed in convicting or which by the way is one of the reasons i really question the continued prosecution of senator menendez and i hope since they i've launched that that they'll be successful but we'll see the point about this is that if you are going to decide that we are going to recommend the fbi against prosecution then to use the term gross negligence is to raise questions because that is a prosecutable term you follow in other words if they were going to use that term gross negligence then they would have had a whole lot of explaining to do if they they failed to actually prosecute hillary clinton why tanker through very good legal minds out there that would disagree with the points that you are making but i heard destroying evidence uh uh th after she was subpoenaed to supply hell isn't that not kubo how the the top the point is d wires why do you care about this now i mean again at eur practice was very very politically charged back in two thousand sixteen it's not politically charged today that president trump is not going to succeed or fail based upon what happens with hillary clinton agreed well what uh michael i i think that political corruption is very.
"senator menendez" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The seriousness of the fbi being so overtly partisan and i go hold on on it wasn't the fbi was two people one person was working the fbi with his uh enamorada his lover who was working in the justice department well you're right okay going on within not the fbi you're correct but she language to protect a candidate in the middle of an election year and and and what seems who have been of predetermined you know outcome before the evidence and not even uh w and i'm referring to hillary clinton right i don't think i don't think that's the reason they changed the language can i can i tell you my understanding of why the language was changed was to prevent the because they had made the decision and i and i think that there are a lot of lawyers including republican lawyers who will tell you it's probably the right decision that this would have been a very very hard prosect cuche and to conduct and to succeed with uh that okay even if you get her indicted and yes you can indict a ham sandwich uh they would never have succeeded in convicting or which by the way is one of the reasons i really question the continued prosecution of senator menendez and i hope since they i've launched it that they'll be successful but we'll see the point about this is that if you are going to decide that we are going to recommend that the fbi against prosecution then to use the term gross negligence is to raise questions because that is a prosecutable term you follow in other words if they were going to use that term gross negligence then they would have had a whole lot of explaining to do if uh they they failed to actually prosecute hillary clinton well i think there are some very good legal minds out there that would disagree with the point that you are making but i heard destroying evidence uh uh th after she was subpoenaed to supply how is that not bubel how can that that with the time the point is d wires why do you care about this now i mean again ah you are correct this was very very.
"senator menendez" Discussed on KKAT
"The private jet trips to the caribbean beget the andrei choked charterers the news media they don't care hell franklin there is a picture well come on we got to watch the news media making excuses for senator frank and which has probably already be gone they're going to lay down smokescreen they're going to say well we should make a montage of anchor saying well and their guests well come on i mean sal frank he's a comedian we should count the number of times they call him a comedian and say come on he's a committee is due in funny stuff fits yeah harvey weinstein some movie producer he's what are the creative types it's like that senator menendez who is uh continues to be on trial for uh 18 felony counts let me just share a couple of headlines october twelve th of this year from the san diego uniontribune the main newspaper in san diego senator robert menendez may have had sex with underage hookers in the dominican republic the new york daily news senator robert menendez may have hired under age hookers colon fed's uh leave went on then they politico from september 19th judge in menendez trial won't allow talk of prostitution allegations okay the judge won't allow it he's not going to allow it the judge on somebody got to look at the judge and the judge's behaviour in this one and again look at all the coverage of judge roy moore a wall to wall to wall it's like a plush shag carpeting in an aquamarine brought the news buster's the media research centre with a great story mike seeing della from november ten it has now of course november sixteen and it's one week away from thanksgiving how's that family thing coming along and the media research center have they've got a shirt and everything the uh the senator menendez trial for corruption could land the democrat senator in prison for a very long time the.
"senator menendez" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Left because i don't believe the spirit of why these things come out the timing of why they come out and i don't believe the i don't always believe anyone let alone the exact account of events because a lot of times europe dumb it becomes far worse in your mind and in your over time you you embellish it naturally than that it may may really be i mean almost every court cases in accuser and and accused of plaintiff and a defended i mean well every court case has a plaintive and a defendant and the always a maybe on behalf or as the victim always exaggerates for the sake of of uh of winning their case and the defence always exaggerates for the sake of winning their defence of the accusations whatever they are by the plaintiff that's just natural human being and it's the judge and the jury i suppose to sort all that i don't come to a verdict you got the menendez senator menendez trial in this trial it was revealed that there were actually some underage sexual advances being committed by senator menendez it which were not allowed to be admitted some of this wasn't admitted report jurors so here we have a trial we have some pretty damning evidence it may not be illegal the experts say that what he did it because it was his friend and widespread although there were some lavish gifts so but we have the likely of some of the.
"senator menendez" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Can and good morning thank you for a being here while can i call this the politics of of rory more okay uh i mean there's just there's so many i could serve probably talked about this all day just the the the politics uh you know be behind it about how these reprehensible and he must resign a immediately and who put out the tweet the other day saying this in that libs would never ever accepted somebody brought upper goblet celebrity that it was like bill clinton yeah what are you talking about bill clinton which i'm on hillary clinton last year the the the accusers head of a you know bill clinton of o of rape said do you got were there you were their biggest enemy you were calling them liars you were seen everything about them and this was going on remember during the campaign to run for president of the united states and and so the the the point would either he any accusation that has made disqualifies you john from political office correct across the board everywhere allegations or is it proof and then you had many of the democrat leaders of was be pointed out yesterday about met you know menendez senator menendez on trial right now for corruption and they asked him if he can if he is convicted should he step down none of them would directly answer the question and that would be a conviction so everybody's play everybody's pudding politics into into these things and there's a uh first john you can sit there and say of roy more did this i believe he is unfit and should not be a a senator absolutely that's a totally justifiable point of of uh of uh of a view to have it is also totally justifiable in this day and age to question those who make the accusation kgb no we just went through last week or the last ten days how many false claims of named will make his false claims of hate crimes who mogo jail are willing to risk jail in order to promote fake hate crimes line and so look there are people out there that are going to do anything so in a free society you're going to have every buddy question everything abc to a point where public opinion so great or the legal system gets involve somehow were either that person stays or dozen states remember for for for the left nato.
"senator menendez" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Good luck dialing i saw story that i thought was officially from the onion is you can never tell if it's fake nashville those whatever right and a lot of times they will give the website did address that makes it looked like a real news organization like it'll be abc dot news dot anything else site of abc news exactly on the surface you think oh yeah the legit yeah they await i work at abc news on highway yeah so i always acts do a doubletake in a triple take let me show you this headline this is from bloomberg so this is a legit jit news organization so they'll have not fake look at the headline senator menendez juror asks trial judge what is a senator centrebet what enormous is spur oh my god is that real of trigger now that's totally real stoppage so the senator is on trial for corruption a guy and one of the jurors asked what is what does the sumner they picked the jury and when they pick the jury they have to ask you a bunch of questions about yourself to make sure that your lucid to make sure that you could follow along the trial your fluid in the english language up biased one way or the iowa no it was the defense side or the prosecution pick this winner go ahead so they've picked the jury at both sides have to agree on the jury the judge asked to sign off on it and then for a trial like this it's not like something that happens on an episode a judge judy where she she figures out what goes wrong in fifty seven minutes right yeah and then get our so you submit sure yeah we get our and we got our answer we get our verdict somebody's humiliated somebody says she's greats love that.
"senator menendez" Discussed on WSB-AM
"This week and i'm an avid sportsman so i think were quickly coming up to speed with what this is fully automatic weapons have been banned for a long time apparently this allows you to take a semiautomatic turn of oil medics so clearly the something we need to look into by will we look to look into that and you're not going to get much pushback there which makes democrats thing to say to themselves she we've asked for more she we've gone for more real quick on the and deal we know that on the fifteen th of this month the presence got opportunity petition congress to get out of it we know that number one in the spirit of the rule there violating it the fact did they can shoot of ballistic missiles shows you how bad this agreement is the fact is the only had forty plus votes in the senate to get it and the oil you to 36 to pass it and amongst the people were against the utter signing in in verification of this was senator schumer senator cordoned senator joe manchin democrats all the way along with senator menendez so if donald trump pozada this i can't really see democrats with a with a straight face saying how bad a deal a how bad that is to get out however there's a lot of people on the president's staff that want him in it because they got all the money in the sanctions relief upfront and that was intentional the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and general mattis is jeff jumper to general mattis listened cut 25 veran is matt in material breach of the agreement i believe at this point in time arab shouldn't indications to the contrary you do something the president should consider stain with he doesn't want to cut 24 frankly that deal as an embarrassment to the united states and i don't think you've heard the last of the leaves me though is september of this year said so a couple of weeks ago i will see what happens uh one eight six six four away seven six six nine from what i know right now i actually believe you should stay in it and i'll tell you why when we come back and i'll talk to arado about it it's the friday edition of the brian kilmeade show stay right there oh wealth is.
"senator menendez" Discussed on KGO 810
"The menendez senator menendez bob and then this good close friend planner on planes with him going on vacations and so what was menendez called i've never dishonored mile not once have i dishonored my public author than when i would call an embassy so i could get this crooked friend of mine a twenty year old model to sleep with instead of his wife other than that i've never dishonored in office the obama cobble and that's embarassing a crooked friend is the guy who like the fills up his liquor bottles of his bar with water at the end of the non not steals one hundred and five million dollars from taxpayers mats on believable this is an interesting story that you're not a here in march just because of the way the media media works do you know who michael morell is former cia acting director he's the number to the cia than was in charge for while the number one's gone but anyway he looks a little bit like crispin glover in back to the future does look a little like him yeah if that helps all then on the cable news all the time he hasn't he's a really interesting guy because i think he just because he says things that i'm happy said lethem says things i'm unhappy said i think he just says what he thinks but so he was working at harvard good gig as a former cia director he was a senior fellow at the harvard kennedy school of government has now resigned over the hiring of chelsea manning as a visiting fellow a visiting fellow out of her elo anymore harvard has since had to kind of britain back lows a mistake to label who josie a returning fellow really whatever yeah yeah they do some backpedalling us on but so why do mike morrell quit he said unfortunately i cannot be part of an organization the kennedy school this is by the way mike morale a guy who voted for hillary and talk drug during the campaign he's a hillary supporter unfortunately i cannot be part of an organization the kennedy school that honours a convicted felon and leaker of classified information ms chelsea manning by inviting her to be a visiting fellow with the kennedy schools institute of politics he wrote in a letter to the school's dean ms manning was found guilty of 17 serious crimes including six counts of espionage for leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents.
"senator menendez" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"This is a somewhat curious heart opening statements jake and why fifty attorney was driving at is this idea that senator menendez and doctrine elden we're good friends they're part of eight fellow set they pay at ford they help each other out and so when the prosecution cast these gifts as bribes i think the defense attorney was trying to say that's at attack on the fellowship laura the judge really berated the prosecution and the and the defence today oh absolutely jack he really stole the show he was incredulous at certain moments he sent the jury out twice when he thought the attorneys had gone too far straying from relevance he said he's not going to allow this to turn into a quote tabloid trial and said that he thought that he heard a lot of quote junk from both sides of he was not holding back at all what evidence has the prosecution presented so far to prove the doctor morgan tried to bribe senator menendez yes so today they almost exclusively focused on this april two thousand and tan hotel trap at this hotel in paris a fancy room and the prosecution is using that as obviously and evidence of a bribe and the defence does not dispute that he took this hotel he took the amex points from dr melbourne but instead the prosecution is saying again this is part of an ongoing friendship but of course the prosecution says look there is no friendship exception to bribery law and they're gonna point to private jets they're gonna points at luxury as vacations to the dominican republic and they're gonna point to large campaign contributions to senator menendez jake so all of that to come in the coming weeks laura jarrett in newark new jersey thank you so much the secretary of education meanwhile.