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"thomas confirmation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Promise from newly confirmed Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett moments after she took a constitutional oath from Justice Clarence Thomas confirmation process has made ever clear to me. One of the fundamental differences between the federal judiciary. And the United States. Senate Barrett Senate confirmation, which was mainly along party lines, followed a bitter floor debate every Republican voting to confirm with the exception of main Susan Collins, who joined all of the Democrats in voting no minority leader Chuck Schumer with a warning to the GOP just moments before the vote, may win this vote. And Amy Cockney Barrett. They become the next associate justice of the Supreme Court. But you will never never At your credibility back Daria Aldinger ABC news controversy in the nation's capital and on Main Street, America. The new justice is the talk of the coffee shops this morning. We get details from W B C. Sherry small the switch Senate confirmation of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court has locals. Fired up. I think that the Republicans are hypocrites. That's Amy from Boston. They wouldn't even look at Merrick Garland, who Wass waited over 200 days, I believe and passed her while we're dealing with the biggest pandemic in history. And when he comes to Barrett's personal conservative views, terrifying others seeing it differently can never be too conservative. Today. State Age. Robert of Medford supports barrettes confirmation. You're happy with.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Moments on W B C news radio, Meantime, at 501 final confirmation vote passing for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. And a swearing in ceremony last night with President Trump at the White House, latest this morning from ABC News. Ah promise from newly confirmed Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett moments after she took a constitutional oath from Justice Clarence Thomas confirmation process has made ever clearer to me. One of the fundamental differences between the federal judiciary. And the United States. Senate Barrett Senate confirmation, which was mainly along party lines, followed a bitter floor debate every Republican voting to confirm with the exception of main Susan Collins, who joined all of the Democrats in voting no minority leader Chuck Schumer with a warning to the GOP just moments before the vote, may win this vote. And Amy Cockney Barrett. They become the next associate justice of the Supreme Court. But you will never never At your credibility back Daria Aldinger, ABC News and 50 to the reaction from senators on both sides of the political. I'll swinging wildly in two different directions. Of course, Republicans praising the move. Democrats, though, as you can imagine, not happy and illegitimate process carried out against the wishes of much of the nation that was Senator Elizabeth Warren on the Senate floor Sunday in last night, several tweets one after the other, illuminating her disdain for the process. She called it a dark day for America and said Republicans are popping champagne to celebrate how they shoved aside the wishes of the American people to steal a Supreme Court seat at Senator Ed Markey to the mix, he says Barrett's confirmation to the Supreme Court is the legitimate That being said. We should mention while Republicans did go against the grain and pushing through the nomination for President Trump, there were no rules actually broken by the Republican controlled Senate and Republican candidate for Senate in Massachusetts. Kevin O'Connor, who's running against Marquis Tweeted his congratulations to Amy Cockney Barrett. I'm germ. O Holland. W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio concern.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Old gray lady you know the New York times for years the old gray lady so procedures they've taken a great lady and broken down destroyed her virtues and ruin your reputation she can never recover. I will never return to greatness under current management the times is dead long live the New York times long live the New York times and I do want to live. but they have to be deaf to change there was think of it they wrote a story about somebody that said she just remember this can you even believe it. can you even believe it now but it is the New York time that it is the effort to smear cabin as justice Thomas was smeared for years after need help I works by when the kids. if you just repeat the same lie again and again and again when the Thomas confirmation hearings concluded thirty years ago twenty years ago nineteen ninety one doesn't know much three years ago the vast majority of Americans believe justice Thomas but over the years drip drip drip drip allegations against Thomas and start the same nonsense against cannot that matter we'll never impeach him they shouldn't be able to impeach him it is a lie and president trump goes after everyone after Elizabeth Warren he's not going to let people forget stuff cut number twenty eight. the staff in Washington squandered your tax dollars shipped away your jobs sacrifice your sovereignty and Bob does down in one fall river war. not go whatever you want after another and that's changing also.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on The Takeout
"You were brought in as part of the legal team for a woman named Anita hill back during the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings process. I wanna read something from page twenty five and I want to play a sound bite from Joe Biden, and then I wanna talk to you about it a little bit. So you're out on page twenty five that you and your team had put together witnesses who would cooperate wouldn't need a hill brought before the Senate Judiciary committee, that she had been harassed sexually by Clarence Thomas. The nominee for the high court, these witnesses I, quote from the book were never. Called though and to this day, I do not know why I can only speculate that the senators on the committee were extraordinarily uncomfortable with the subject matter of the hearing, and that they wanted to get out of this firestorm as quickly as possible Janet, I don't need to tell you this has become an issue, four, former vice president Biden, as he seeks at twenty twenty democratic nomination. He addressed this Elliott. We played that sound bite from former vice president Biden recently on the view. I am sorry. She was treated the way she was treated. I wish we could have figured out a better way to get this thing done. I did everything in my power to do what I thought was within the rules to be able to stop things. If you go back and look what I said, and then say, I don't think I treated her badly. I took honor opposite. What I couldn't figure out how to do. And we still haven't figured it out. How do you stop people from asking inflammatory questions? That's candidate Biden's explanation, sufficient for you. Yeah. I think you know, I think he's expressing regret for the way the hearing was conducted. And I think that in retrospect, we all know that hearings should have been handled differently. He was the chairman position. The committee, make sure the witnesses you just described could have appeared, right? And as I say my book, I still do not know why in fact, the vice president, I never have spoken about the hill. Thomas hearing, never spoke about it during the time that he was vice president, I do you know, think that the Senate has an institution hasn't progressed, much since the hill. Thomas hearing, because we saw the same kind of attacks on the witness during the cavenaugh hearing before and, and the same strategy by the nominee, which is to come in and just really got to blow up the place even though they're far more women in the Senate. Now on the committee itself asking questions. That's right. But when, when you saw kind of Kavanagh's. Unbelievable to me performance for a nominee for the supreme court, and then Senator Lindsey Graham kind of pile on it, it, it, it, it really was so reminiscent of when Thomas came in and accused the Senate of conducting a high tech lynching of an uppity black man, which really put the senators back on their heels. But back to Biden, that was a Republican chaired judiciary committee in the cavenaugh hearing, this was a democratically chaired committee running a hearing four Clarence Thomas. Is it relevant in this conversation about who the democratic nominee ought to be Joe Biden's conduct at that time? And does he owe more than he said, so far as as by by means of explanation? I think. It is relevant. His entire public service career is relevant is a long one. And so I think voters need to look at the entire career and other actions he's taken. He's been a lead to poorer the violence against women act, for example, he himself said a number of women on his staff, and, and the, like, so I think voters will have to look at the hill. Thomas hearing, vis-a-vis Biden in the context of his entire career. Now, the next question is, as he done enough to express regret and apologize..
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wasn't number one. Not what you think is the answer. But what you think is the exactly what do you think the studio audience would say it would be like the best? Why think what they don't realize enthusiasm for candidate is what makes a candidate electable? So saying I'm extremely enthusiastic about Elizabeth Warren. But because I'm worried about electability I'm gonna go with the person. I'm lesson about end up. Nominating someone no one is really that excited for that a mistake. I think Democrats have made in the past. And they've downplayed it, and I feel like they should be worried if they think what if causing by to do the well is not actual enthusiasm for him as a candidate. But people who just tell them the only one who can be Trump permit me. Please obstacle off on this brief tangent. What's time? There used to be something called disqualifier 's. I remember when then presidential hopeful, Joe, Biden was essentially disc. Qualified when the speech, he gave plagiarized a speech by British politician. The L Kanok by said, everyone does the notion that every thought or notion or idea you'd have to go back and find an attribute to someone? I think is quite frankly, ludicrous, Biden has accumulated any number of negatives. The Hansie creepy Joe stuff. The non apology to Anita hill for his conduct during the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, his Iraq war support his very long history of gaps before and during the Obama administration in Delaware, the largest growth.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Number one. Would you think is the answer? But what do you think is the exactly what do you think the studio audience would say which candidate would they like the best? Why think what they don't realize enthusiasm for candidate is what makes a candidate electable? So saying I'm extremely enthusiastic about Elizabeth Warren. But because I'm worried about electability I'm gonna go with the person. I'm lesson disaster about end up. Nominating someone no one is really that excited for that sort of a mistake. I think Democrats have made in the past. And they've downplayed it, and I feel like they should be worried if they think what if causing by to do so well is not actual enthusiasm for him as a candidate. But people who just tell them felt he only one who can be Trump permit me. Please obstacle off on this brief tangent. What's time? There used to be something called disqualifier 's. I remember when then presidential hopeful Joe, Biden was essentially disqualified when. Speech. He gave plagiarized a speech by British politician. Neil kinnock. Centrally Biden said everyone does the notion that every thought or notion or idea you'd have to go back and find an attribute to someone. I think is quite frankly, ludicrous, Biden has accumulated any number of negatives. The Hansie creepy Joe stuff. The non apology to Anita hill for his conduct during the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, his Iraq war support his very long history of gaps before and during the Obama administration in Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian Americans moving from India. You cannot go to a seven eleven. Dunkin donuts unless you have a slight Indian.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One. Would you think is the answer? But what do you think you'll go because the yes, exactly what do you think the studio audience would say which candidate would they like the best? Why think what they don't realize enthusiasm for candidate is what makes a candidate electable? So saying I'm extremely enthusiastic about Elizabeth Warren. But because I'm worried about like the ability I'm going to go with the person, I'm less enthusiastic about end up. Nominating someone no one is really that excited for that is sort of a mistake. I think Democrats have made in the past. And they've downplayed it, and I feel like they should be worried if they think what causing Biden to do. So well is not actual enthusiasm for him as a candidate. But people who just tell them he only one who can be Trump permit me. Please obstacle off on this brief tangent. What's time? There used to be something called disqualifier 's. I remember when then presidential hopeful Joe Biden was. Essentially disqualified when a speech, he gave a plagiarized a speech by British politician, the kinetic essentially, Biden said everyone does the notion that every thought or notion or idea you'd have to go back and find an attributed to someone I think is quite frankly, ludicrous, Biden has accumulated any number of negatives. The Hansie creepy Joe stuff. The non apology to Anita hill for his conduct during the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, his Iraq war support his very long history of gaps before and during the Obama administration in Delaware, the largest growth in population.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Story this hour in the aftermath of North Korea's test launch of a new tactical guided weapon yesterday secretary of state Mike Pompeo's remains helpful that Kim Jong Hoon will continue to strive for denuclearization. He has the US misgivings about the North Korean leader's truthfulness, and therefore will monitor the process, we don't expect term Kim to tell the truth. That's why we're going to verify any denuclearization that takes place. That's why we will ensure that we see actual on the ground outcomes. We're not gonna take anyone's word for it. You can hear more from secretary of state Pompeii on face the nation coming up at eleven thirty right here on WBZ 'em, mayor elect Lightfoot says former vice president and current presidential candidate Joe Biden needs to atone for his treatment of an era hill during the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings twenty eight years ago, the mayor elect doesn't want Biden to apologize to hill. She tells politico he should give an accounting of his behavior with the benefit of hindsight Biden as US Senator chaired the. Clarence Thomas supreme court hearings in which hill accused Thomas who was her supervisor at two government agencies of sexual harassment Biden's been criticized for the way hill was treated that is in a dismissive way, and for not giving full consideration to witnesses who might have corroborated her testimony gentleman. Newsradio one five point nine FM. A report suggests emergency calls go up when the cubs play at Wrigley field paid gathered public data on the number of nine one one calls made an eleven of the big issue as cities over the last few years on days when they're professional sports teams played at home and the data revealed, it comes home games coincide with the biggest increase in the number of emergencies or put it in any city, and if any sports combination with about two hundred more nine one one calls made in Chicago when the cubs played.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Look at the deficit currently in the states. It'd be like, hey, you're not gonna see me arguing that the deficit is a huge issue that we've got to address. But the average person doesn't know what the deficit is. And they don't care. They view it as do. I have a job to go to work to everyday that can feed my family the answer in two thousand nineteen is. Yes, let's let's talk about. Uncle Joe don't sleep Joe Biden this. This thing about him. Apologizing to Anita hill. I have an update this has been ongoing for past couple days. But we have an update about Joe Biden having to call up on politics because. Because he was kind of he was kind of presiding over the whole Clarence Thomas, Anita hill hearings right doing his job training impartial. He was Joe Biden has been criticized by the left for sort of not doing more to to protect Anita hill during the Clarence Thomas confirmation. Heaves he's even on record on the view last week saying I believed every word of hers from the beginning. Really? So he called up Anita hill apologized actually called her twice wants to apologize at once to ask allowed to relate that he apologized in a private conversation. Sounds like our dating career she wouldn't have in at all. She didn't accept his is. So I believe from the beginning of tell me real quick. Who are inspectors so Arlen Specter's probably best known as being the guy who came up with the magic bullet theory, which is the bullet that hit Kennedy like seven thousand times, but he also became a very powerful Senator later in life was a Republican from Pennsylvania and towards the end of his political career actually, switch to being a democrat. Go ahead. Well, and he factors into this. Because in his book Jew. He details a conversation. He had with Joe Biden during the Nida hill cod of the Clarence Thomas confirmation confirmed later by Biden Biden participated in the book in which Biden said she was a liar. That's a problem, isn't it? The headline is Arlen Specter's book Biden told me in ninety eight that he thought Anita hill lied about some things, and this isn't just a made of three Biden participated in the book in which Biden confirms. Hey, this woman was lying at her backside to the point where she didn't change her story. I was going to pull the plug on the whole thing. But Biden didn't ended up of voting he ended up voting against Clarence Thomas, though. Right. So so leftist progressive never before accused him of not believing hill. Just you know, he was far too timid in in trying to protect her and support her. He didn't attempt to Cavanaugh an innocent, man. And I love the fact that in two thousand nineteen the narrative from the Democrats as well, so many people believed in need a hill know at the time I seven at the time if you look at the polls of time fifty six percent of the American public said this won't lying at her backside. Only twenty four percent believed her. And plus Vecchi did get confirmed. It's a slam dunk this woman lion. She changed her story after Biden told specter that because they came back out. And she totally recanted half the stuff. She already said because she got it from everybody will say, look your story doesn't add up there's keeping holes in it was a doctor Blasi Ford on steroids. If you remember how flawed her story was the Nida hill was that on steroids. But up to this point all I'm saying is everybody the only thing everybody wants to Joe by new apologize for on his side of the aisle. Is that that that he didn't support her enough that the democrat party in two thousand nine hundred and once you to apologize for conducting a fair and impartial here? He's never. Yeah. Yeah. When you put it like, the son of the put up into this point. He's never been accused of being a skeptic, which is something on a totally different level for people on his side of the political spectrum being a skeptic of Anita hill. And now it's being in this, but this Arlen.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on WSB-AM
"This is America announcement coming after months of speculation as Biden's campaign in waiting with clearly ramping up, but he's been thinking about it. For decades in two thousand eight his late, son. Beau Biden battled brain cancer, Eddie urged his father to run. So Biden is now fulfilling his sons wishes he enters a crowded and diverse field. He is the twentieth. Democratic hopeful Trump's tweeted response, a taunt I only hope you have the intelligence long in doubt to way to successful primary campaign. But if you make it I will see you at the starting gate by who is seventy six years old has spent half a century in politics at this is his third try for the White House. So he brings a long track record. And a flash point in that record now coming under sharp scrutiny as Senate Judiciary committee, chairman presiding over the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, Biden was widely criticized for the committee's treatment of Anita hill is campaign revealed. He spoke with. Hill and expressed regret for what? She endured hill tells the New York Times that conversation happened earlier this month, and she fired back saying I cannot be satisfied by simply saying I'm sorry for what happened to you. I will be satisfied when I know there was real change and real accountability and real purpose. And while he is a deeply familiar face to Americans. He's been in politics for nearly half a century under President Obama dubbed affectionately uncle Joe his own school up close and personal political style. Could also be a liability several women came forward this year describing unwelcomed physical contact from Biden like touching and kissing. They didn't accuse Biden of sexual harassment. But they say it made them feel unequal Biden promised to change with the times and change his style. Boom. New protected personal space have been reset again. It will be more respectful people's personal space for Joe Biden the challenges and opportunities in this campaign are just beginning..
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"This announcement coming after months of speculation as Biden's campaign in waiting was clearly ramping up, but he's been thinking about it for decades in two thousand eight his late son, beau Biden battle brain cancer, and he urged his father to run. So Biden is now fulfilling his sons wishes he enters a crowded and diverse field. He is the twentieth. Democratic hopeful Trump's tweeted response, a taunt I only hope you have the intelligence long in doubt to wages successful primary campaign. But if you make it I will see you at the starting gate by who is seventy six years old has been half a century in politics. This is his third try for the White House. So he brings a long track record. And a flash point in that record now coming under sharp scrutiny as Senate Judiciary committee, chairman presiding over the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, Biden was widely criticized for the committee's treatment of Anita hill campaign revealed he spoke with. Hill and expressed regret for what? She endured hill tells the New York Times that conversation happened earlier this month, and she fired back saying I cannot be satisfied by simply saying I'm sorry for what happened to you. I will be satisfied when I know there was real change and real accountability and real purpose. And while he is deeply familiar face to American. He's been in politics for nearly half a century onto President Obama dubbed affectionately uncle Joe his old school up close and personal political style. Could also be a liability several women came forward this year describing unwelcome physical content from Biden like touching and kissing. They didn't accuse Biden of sexual harassment. But they say it made them feel unequal Biden promise to change with the times and change his style. Protecting personal space and the reset again. Will be more respectful people's personal space for Joe Biden, the challenges and opportunities in this campaign are just beginning. Inside..
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Odds of winning. No one in about two hundred ninety two million. We will have the winning numbers for you tonight after the eleven o'clock drawing questions about where almost a billion dollars in funding has gone for a program. Overseen by the mayor's wife city lawmakers wanted answers about the booming budget for first lady sherline McRae's thrive program, which could reach a billion dollars. The next fiscal year. The council has not been able to independently track this in the city's financial management system. That's finance chair. Daniel Drumm also looking to measure, the program's success executive director. Susan Herman says they're serving students we have four clinicians into our schools. So that we now have many many more onsite clinicians. She says every school has a clinician service will be expanding to senior centers and crime victims. Juliet Papa Tinton wins at city hall wins. News time three forty nine. President Trump's first veto will stand both chambers of congress failing to override him to block his national emergency declaration to build a border wall to forty eight to one eighty one fourteen Republicans joining Democrats, but not enough to the two thirds vote needed to override at a House Armed Services committee hearing chairman Adam Smith called the move unbelievably irresponsible to look at the Pentagon as sort of a p Bank slash slush fund. Will you can simply go in and grab money for something. When you need it really undermines the credibility of the entire DOD budget acting Pentagon chief Pat Shanahan acknowledged bypassing. Congress is risky, and may pose future problems given illegal order from the commander in chief. We are executing on that order Shanahan's give it lawmakers a list of more than four hundred vulnerable construction projects worth about thirteen billion dollars. That might be tapped for wall funding. Saga megani? Washington wins news time three fifty. It's an issue that threatens to dog Joe Biden, if he wages a presidential bid, the former vice president expressing regret for his treatment of Anita hill during the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings. Joe Biden was the chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee at the time that Anita hill accused supreme court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexually harassing her. When she worked for him. I regret I couldn't come up with a way to kind of Terry. She deserved giving the courage. She's shown by reaching out to. Biden says they didn't understand hills perspective, but they should have shown more respect back in nineteen Ninety-one and took a lot of courage to take on a man who was so much part of the establishment in the power structure, speaking at the Biden, courage award ceremony in New York, he says times have changed. But then again. I'm Jackie Quinn. Wins. News time three fifty one. From the ram trucks traffic.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Right. Well, let's explore that f. b. i. background investigation. And we have show run Gaba a former FBI counterintelligence agent, and now a senior lecturer at Yale university's Jackson institute for global affairs. Isha welcome to skulduggery. Thank you. So wanted to ask you about the FBI report background report on Brett cabinet seemed to me, you know, everybody is putting so much emphasis on what's in it. What might not be in it that the FBI was in kind of a really a no-win position here in trying to produce this report within a week. I think that's right. You know, it's important to understand that background investigation or not normal criminal investigations. They're not here to figure out conclude. Basically what happened. They are there to look into potential derogatory information that has surfaced about this candidate and basically provide more information in context so that the decision maker who is not the FBI would be the White House in this case can decide whether or not this impacts judge Cavanaugh suitability for this position. Now, in my opinion, I think that the right way to go about this for the White House to have said, we have these allegations. We need you to find out all the relevant information surrounding this and let the FBI do it. It'd make the determination on who exactly they would need to interview to cover all of their leads. I wrote a piece along with ambassador norm Eisen who had worked in the White House and reviewed these FBI. Background checks and a former counsel for house congressional committee who also review these yesterday, and we went through the allegations and found at least thirty people that should have been interviewed in order to make sure that they got information from anyone who had it as well as a sculptor. Tori information from people who may have had it. We'll limit follow up on this because thirty people and chief among them. I would assume would be Dr blazey Ford and Brett Kavanagh the accused and the accuser. And as I recall when a few days after the Senate Judiciary committee wrapped up the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearing and then Anita hill surfaced and sent her memo into the Senate Judiciary committee that very day the FBI FBI agents were on her doorstep, and they interviewed her and then they interviewed Clarence Thomas..
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Trivia coming up Wednesday night jerseys opening lines coming up Thursday night. Talking about the judiciary confirmation hearings. Now when last we left the confirmation hearings. There was a call for an FBI investigation. And if you remember the FBI investigation, I actually tweeted out as the hearings are going on Thursday. You know, the best drinking game every time. You hear FBI investigation to a shot. We'd have all been blasted out of our brains. But at the very end after Jeff Blake Jeff flake it gets confronted in an elevator. They decide that they're finally going to do one week FBI investigation on judge Brad Kavanagh announced nine investigation as in this been no crime committed here. I mean, there is no statue of limitations on this. So I guess he can be charged. But this is basically a background check for job interview. And they had decided not to further investigate until finally. Senator flake ordered them to you know, we're not ordered them. He said, look I'll vote for you. But I really want the investigation and the White House says we're not gonna interfere with the investigation was going to be no more than seven days. Everybody's waiting on. This Senator Feinstein and want to know what the White House what parameters they placed on the investigation. The White House says we've plays no parameters on the investigation. And if you remember back in one thousand nine hundred ninety one former vice president, Joe Biden weighed in the whole idea of an investigation last thing, I'll point out the next person that refers to an FBI report is being worth anything, obviously doesn't understand anything. F B I explicitly does not in this or any other case reach a conclusion period. Period, period. This was nineteen Ninety-one. And this is climates Thomas confirmation hearings in nineteen Ninety-one where Joe Biden tells the world did not.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Washington DC. Nancy Lyons is there with world and national headlines. Nancy? Thanks, lisa. President Trump says he wants to hear from Christine Blasi Ford, the woman who's leveled sexual assault allegations against court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. But Ford has said she will only testify before the Senate Judiciary committee after an independent investigation by the FBI is conducted Senator John Kennedy spoke with Bloomberg we're doing all we can to be okay, we're we're not bending were changing Senate rules, but we gotta be met halfway Republicans are hoping to win committee in full Senate approval for Cavanaugh this month and eat Helu testify during Clarence Thomas confirmation. Hearing says senators would be holding a sham hearing without an FBI investigation. President Trump has demanded the immediate declassification of sensitive materials about the Russia investigation. But it. Will not come as immediately as the president might like us. We learned from Bloomberg's Amy Morris. Sources tell Bloomberg the agencies the Justice department FBI an office of the director of national intelligence can't even offer a timeline yet for finishing this methodical review of all of those documents, and they will likely propose reductions to keep some of the information secret still they risk putting themselves in direct conflict with the president. Who does have the power to declassify material on his own one person says they'll probably have to hold additional talks with the White House in Washington, I'm Amy Morris bloombergradio if you hate spam calls to your cell phone, brace yourself. A new report says nearly half of all cell phone calls next year will come from scammers. Global news twenty four.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"After much prayer and discussion with family and friends i've decided to retire at the end of this term although i will miss serving you in the senate i look forward to spending more time with my family especially my sweet fi lay whose unwavering love and support made all of this possible the bother and say orrin hatch who has been a fixture in the us senate four five decades four decades who's who's counting among friends he came to the ingram angle launch party let's talk about what's most important you didn't let me tell you what he was great he's he was he's been phenomenal on judges he was terrific in the justice thomas confirmation hearing the senate judiciary committee in nineteen eighty seven he's been around for a long long time and he's doing what lamar alexander should have done and thad cochran god bless them who still trying to find the bathroom and the part senate office building it's been looking for a month uh yeah it's brutal don't make depends that big are you are too much after 2008 lovely merciful 2018 here on the laura ingraham show okay so hats lang had sling has that he's out again most of us think it's time time however it's the devil you know versus the wto no or you know the wto versus the devil you know um now what am i talking about here i'm talking about well some of you have rudely referred to me is thirst and how the third of of many residences yes i have a car lifted a garage for thirty eight vehicles in lahore however in well it is true that i could not by any stretch win any of my home states and 2012 i couldn't win michigan i could when california and by golly i could win new hampshire even our massachusetts four homes as only one thing to do laura go to another hole in utah and i finally establish i find it so i've changed my twitter domicile and now i list deer valley utilize my domicile and i find it very rude that people wouldn't be welcoming me back to the political fold after such a successful series of runs for higher office but apparently donald trump is not happy about my perhaps jumping into this race nor is he happy about my.
"thomas confirmation" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"That clarence thomas had groped her or assaulted her instead she claimed that he had made sexual comments anita hill had only two witnesses to support her allegations neither one of them testified at the confirmation hearings clarence thomas was able to provoke to produce multiple witnesses to refute anita hill's allegations not only did they assert that they themselves had never witnessed or had been subject to harassment by clarence thomas but they noted that anita hill had not ever complained furthermore they expressed puzzlement as dwi anita hill would remain in contact with clarence thomas long after she had left the eeoc equal employment opportunity commission if she had been harassed phone records were produced to show that anita hill had indeed been calling clarence thomas over the years after they no longer work together compared to the accusations against the other man mentioned or even against trump and al franken this is all pretty thin and employ an employee in a company accused of such activity with the evidence supply would normally be given a warning if even that much it's a highly doubtful highly doubtful that anita hill could wanna sexual harassment lawsuit based on this furthermore she did not even accused clarence thomas of unwanted sexual conduct as i said is pretty thin the clarence thomas confirmation was all just political theater the democrats by the way by the way the democrats control of the united states senate at the time but confirmed clarence thomas anyway at what happened a robert bork trying to put him on the supreme court it's hard to believe the clarence thomas could have been confirmed if there's anything to anita hill's accusations yet clarence thomas his strongest republicans critic in the senate was guy name bob packwood out of oregon even though bob packwood was later revealed to of john far worse so let me just say some other throws out here again free of charge low bonus for you joe biden is still out of jail even though there is a lot of video evidence of him a lessening women and little girls live on cspan during senate confirmation hearings it's all and youtube you gotta doc washburn show facebook page and i've got it all therefore you clarence thomas clarence.