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Following Kamala Harris' Criticism, Joe Biden Defends His Civil Rights Record

Ben Shapiro

07:37 min | 2 years ago

Following Kamala Harris' Criticism, Joe Biden Defends His Civil Rights Record

"The exchange everybody is talking about from the debate last night is the exchange between joe biden and kamala harris in which she unfairly attacked him in the most cynical possible fashion she started off by suggesting that joe biden joe i really believe you're not a racist okay when somebody says i believe you're not a racist you know what's coming next which is all the reasons why she thinks he's a racist should that last night it was really cynical she then suggested that his lack of support for forced busing in nineteen seventy seven that this was reflective of a deep underlying racial animus that joe biden that cruel old man would have stopped little gung kamala from going to a school across town that's joe biden stood in front of that bus like george wallace at a school house door and stopped young comma from being able to attend the school of her dreams in berkeley california is bunch of nonsense cynical nonsense no one's still comma harass you know it's funny we're talking about forced busing forced busing was originally designed to achieve racial balance in the schools to achieve integration in the schools today there's more defacto segregation in american schools than there was back in the nineteen eighties so should we do forced busing now like kamla do you propose to forcibly bus tens of thousands of american school children across town to various schools both crappy a non crappy do you expect the parents won't then remove their kids from those schools do expect that will lead to a rise in charter schools or in private schools or home schooling what exactly proposing the beauty of comal harris does here is that she doesn't make policy proposal because if she did it would be unpopular instead she just implies that if you don't support a broad non non specific policy proposal that she apparently likes then you must have hated her when she was Child. She attacked Biden, Biden doesn't have a good response for it. i do not believe you are a racist and i agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground but i also believe and personal and i was actually very it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two united states senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of grace in this country and his second so there she's already being dishonest that's not what your biden said which biden said is i didn't like these guys i had to negotiate with them 'cause i'm in the senate now come on harrison's a radical she's never negotiated with anybody on the other side is one of the more dislike members of the of the senate particularly like there's certain senators like cory booker who has friends on the other side of the aisle i'm not aware that kamala harris has any on the other side of the aisle she's one of those cynical radical players in the senate when she suggests that biden is fulsomely praising segregationist it's nonsense you'll hear biden respond to that in a moment then she gets to her real attack which is that biden was going to prevent her from going to school when she was six it was not only that but you also worked with them to oppose busing and you know there was a little girl in california who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bused to school every day and that little girl was me so i will tell you that on this subject it cannot be an intellectual debate among democrats we have to take it seriously we have to act swiftly as a torney general california i was very proud to put in place a requirement that all my special agents would wear body cameras and keep those cameras on Okay. shifts this right so she she gets a huge round of applause oh the first of all there are a couple of things worthy of note one she says in that clip we can't have an intellectual debate about this i thought that's what policy debates were were where we talk about the costs and benefits of particular proposals not the innate morality of the proposal not the implication that you are more moral than the other guy for proposing something that is completely unworkable which is what she's doing right here and then she doesn't shift to and that is why as attorney general and presidential candidate and senator i have always supported forced busing of children right that would be the logical corollary would for would be for her to say you know you didn't support for busing i do an enforced busing is the way we aren't as we ought to be forcing kids in public schools from different areas to get on buses and we ought to be bussing them forty five minutes here so that we can achieve my ideal racial balance that's our she goes notice instead she goes to and that's why i support body cameras that is the biggest non sequitur that is a huge first of all i support body but it's such a huge non-sequitur right you would expect her to say okay and that's why i support forced busing she doesn't so she's actually saying here's a policy that i may or may not support but if you don't support your racist because you're white and when i was young i could only go to school because of forced busing even though i can't really say whether i support forced busing now i like body cameras notice the it it's a clever move to biden has no response because he's on a democratic debate stage and everybody is pandering on this debate stage he can't really say to harris listen i want you and i always wanted people to be able to go to the best school possible because he didn't support school vouchers for example or the ability to move between communities on a balance area but not a fourth based on a voluntary basis to go to a better public school he's never believed in that so he can't actually say that then he can't say force busing was a bad policy not approved by the vast majority of americans because then she'll say are you saying that i shouldn't have been able to go to a better school when i was a kid right she's demagoguing the issue and there's no way for him of to get out of it the only thing he could do here is say listen if you're suggestion is that my opposition to a particular set of badly written policies in the nineteen seventies makes me racially insensitive you're knowing my entire history you say that you were a kid and you were affected by these policies guess who is fighting to open up civil rights in america this and eventually biden gets to this answer it just takes them too long and he doesn't look good doing it so here's a little bit more of the exchange You have been invoked your chance to restart. this characteristic my position across the board i did not praise racist that is not true number one number two if we want to have this campaign litigated who supports civil rights whether i did or not i'm happy to do that i was a public defender i didn't become a prosecutor i came out i left a good law firm to become a public defender when in fact when in fact when the fact my city was inflamed because of the sausage dr king number one number two as the u._s. as me as the vice president is states i worked with a man who in fact we worked very hard to see to it we don't with these issues in a major major way the fact is that in terms of bussing the busing i never would have been able to go to school the same exact way because it was a local decision made by your city council that's fine that's one of the things argued for that we should not be we should be break down these lines but so the bottom line here is look everything i've done in my career i ran because of civil rights i continue to think we have to make fundamental changes in civil rights and those civil rights by the way include not just african americans but the

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10 States Sue to Block $26.5 Billion Sprint-T-Mobile Merger

The Ray Lucia Show

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

10 States Sue to Block $26.5 Billion Sprint-T-Mobile Merger

"Torney general are moving to block the twenty six billion dollar merger of T mobile and sprint, New York. Attorney general Latisha, James said it would hurt consumers, and it comes to corporate power Vigors than always better. You're listening to USA radio news.

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"torney" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Of applause. So we have when we come back, we're going to have another, another great interview today, and it's, it's Bill bar. He was in the attorney general. He was in Alaska. And that's that's why obviously why Muller decided to to go out and make a do his press conference because bar was out of pocket. And so, but bar bar sat down in Bari, he, I only could only wish that he had been picked as Torney general in, in, in January of twenty seventeen. I mean I like Jeff Sessions and he did a great job for Trump on the campaign trail, but let's be honest, he was at disaster is attorney general, you never should have recused himself. And this guy bar is his he is such a great. He has not only has a great impact, but he also has a great temperament. He just he doesn't get flustered at all. And you when you hear the sound cuts and some of them against some of them are so affective that CBS hasn't even posted them down on the they posted on soundcloud, how they didn't put. They didn't put these cuts into their full TV package. They picked everything now. Yes. And guard cut and also have the cut of him saying this, it's kind of weird how the media isn't interested in more disclosure right now. Okay. Good. So good. So I don't have to read these cuts. I could I could save my I can save my voice for singing happy birthday to grace later on in the show. We we'll play we'll play all of these cuts when we come back here, and again, if you haven't heard them bar is so effective edit. It's so clear where this thing is going Eddie's, cutting them every bit of slack. You know, it's just like always say, at the at the bottom of all the press releases from the department of Justice. They always say. Remember the defendant who we've just named in the last five paragraphs as being the worst human being in world history is innocent until proven guilty presumed innocent until proven guilty. And that's what he's doing with these guys. Maybe they didn't know that they were trying to overthrow the United States constitution. Maybe they thought they were doing the right thing. That's why we're going to need an investigation of this matter. And meanwhile, Clapper's going. That word Pretoria mean what is the praetorian guard Homer Homer, Simpson, this quoting Homer Simpson? All right. We'll be right back with the Bill bar cuts, eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. Let's go, let's go out with another round of applause.

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General Vaa, Department Of Justice And United States discussed on Michael Medved

Michael Medved

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

General Vaa, Department Of Justice And United States discussed on Michael Medved

"Is the transcript of the interview, it's a long transcript. But the interview with attorney general Vaa is out sit Lutely stunning, you need to read all of it. Just listen to a couple of clips. That's listen to why Torney general is having several investigations ongoing inside the department of Justice as we speak. Let's go to Cup full from this interview the Tony general, the United States William got for next year.

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Robert Muller, CBS And Jan Crawford discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Robert Muller, CBS And Jan Crawford discussed on WBZ Morning News

"The special counsel's investigation into Russian election meddling is over, but the fight over its conclusions continues and in some ways, looks like it's just getting started Torney general William bar in his first network interview as AG says Robert Muller could have come to a decision as to whether President Trump obstructed Justice. Here's CBS's Laura Podesta in an exclusive interview with CBS this morning. Attorney general William Barr told Jan Crawford, he was surprised Muller didn't make a decision in your view. He could have reached a conclusion could reach the

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"torney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"He, he didn't want to go to war with the Torney general bar, because there are over three witnesses that heard Muller say, just the opposite of what he said. And then when you look a little bit further and dig a little bit deeper. The the median. Fight of their breathless hysterical reporting, and takeaway and foaming at the mouth, it appears and it looks as if Bill bar called Muller out on what was a contradictory statement that he made in front of many others on multiple occasions, at least three occasions. And now all of a sudden, they have to release a joint statement oopsy daisy, the attorney general, and by the way Carey coup pack is a spokesman for the department of Justice. Peter car spokesperson for these special counsel's office after the Muller tobacco it Torney general has previously stated that the special counsel repeatedly repeatedly that means again and again, and again and again, a firm that he was not saying that, but for the office of legal counsel opinion, he would have found the president of struck the Justice the special counsel's report and his statement today made clear. That the office concluded it would not reach a determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime. There's no conflict between these statements, you know, if you look at that analysis, you know, and everything in between here is Muller basically is admitting that he never had the authority to conclude, but he did could have. Anyway, joining us now. We have Danielle McLaughlin and Jonathan Vilma with us Jonathan. It's amazing that they ignored the joint statement clarification of Muller statements because of the three witnesses that said, well, hang on. Muller didn't say that in the past, he said, just the opposite. They're not interested in they've shown us over and over again. They're not interested in totality of the fact, they're not interested in statements that don't affirm the truth. They're only interested in statements that affirm what they believe, in, you know, when you re listened before I came on, I just relisted to molar statement, and one thing really stuck out in particular, and all the jargon. The says this way or that way, one thing that he, particularly says, is that based on the fairness doctrine, they could not charge somebody with a crime, that could not be proven in a court of law. Well, that means that it, it did not happen. They don't have evidence. There's not evidence to prove that in a quarter of law. So the way and it was, there would have been nothing to stop Robert Muller from saying that he believes the threshold in terms of a crime being committed. He believes was committed. He could have said all of that. Of course. Next. What makes no sense he leaves everybody down this road in these statements. I think for pure political reasons. He leaves these people down this road having them have the hope that there's something there. And I'm talking about people on the left is hope that something is there that he just can't talk about because he can't charge a sitting president. But then he says this one little thing that based on fairness, he could not charge somebody where they could not prove a crime in a quarter of law, that means that there was no crime, well, an evidence for crime Danielle, you know, when the attorney general member, we had the independent counsel statute because people lie and we got rid of it, because people like Jerrold Nadler Jerrold Nadler, did not want the star report released star was doing his job at the time in the eleven you literally had eleven specific crimes laid out by then independent counsel, Ken. Star that were committed by then President Bill Clinton and Bill Clinton ended up paying nearly a million dollars. He lost his law license, and he was impeached. Very specific..

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"torney" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Allow the president to have the unilateral thority to declassify genius. I thought you were lawyer. President has it authority. Eight sixteen jerus- to allow the president to have the universe. Univer unilateral. The thority the declassify things. Go ahead. Used it improperly in my view when he gave Isreaeli intelligence to the Russians, and he could use this again, especially to an attorney general who is showing his political bias, and who will mostly he is showing his political bias, how is he done that? Pay following the law. He's, he's, he's shown his political bias, the Torney general these the be put in handcuffs. Throw rotten tomatoes and him put him in the house cafeteria slash prison in the bottom of the basement, the air, we need to impeach the president of the United States. Once we dragged him out of the oval offense. Then we can indict him to and hang him from foot on a telephone pole. And we can get some real Justice back in America. This is so dangerous. Declassifying documents. Never seen anything like this before. I'll be right back..

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President Donald Trump, William Bars And Russia discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

President Donald Trump, William Bars And Russia discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"You, John. President Donald Trump is pushing ahead with to investigate the investigators in the Russia probe. Trump is directing the US intelligence community, too quickly, and fully cooperate with Torney general William bars investigation of the origins of the multi year probe into whether Trump's twenty sixteen campaign. Colluded

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"torney" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on AP News

"Torney general William bars investigation of the origins of the multiyear probe of whether his 2016 campaign colluded with Russia press secretary, Sarah Sanders. In a statement says Trump has given bar full and complete authority to declassify documents, relating to the investigation bar earlier asked, John Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to determine whether intelligence surveillance methods used during the pro where lawful inappropriate a person familiar with. What's going on, as the attorney general's also working the CIA director, Gina hospital director of national intelligence, Dan Coats and FBI director Christopher Wray, house, speaker, Nancy Pelosi questions, the president's fitness for the job telling reporters Trump wants the house to impeach him question. The White House is just crying out for. That's why he flipped yesterday because he, he was hoping Trump called her crazy Nancy at an event at the White House, and that she doesn't seem to understand pending trade deal with Canada and Mexico is a mess. Look, let's face it. She doesn't understand it, and they sort of feel she's disintegrating before the rush. She does not understand it Trump says, he'll sign a nineteen billion dollar emergency Bill for areas hit hard by hurricanes and severe weather. Democrats were able to strip some four billion dollars from the border for the border out of that measure in the Senate, minority leader, Chuck Schumer is warning the president, I wanna point out there is no transfer thirty in the disaster. Bill, the money's gonna go where it's intended not to anything else, a wall or anything else. And the point to make here better late than never. The Senate has also passed a Bill that aims to combat the illegal robocalls, not clear. What will happen in the House, Democrats and charge of their own proposals going? This is AP radio news. The mayor of Jefferson City, Missouri, Kerry, Terron says there is a lot of damage in the capital city trees, down.

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"torney" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on AP News

"Cooperate with the Torney general William bars investigation of the origins of the multiyear probe of whether his twenty sixteen campaign colluded with Russia press secretary, Sarah Sanders. In a statement says Trump has given bar full and complete authority to declassify documents, relating to the investigation bar earlier asked, John Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to determine whether intelligence and surveillance methods used during the pro where lawful inappropriate a person familiar with what's going on. As the attorney general is also working the CIA, director, Gina hospital director of national intelligence, Dan Coats and FBI director Christopher Wray, house speaker, Nancy Pelosi questions, the president's fitness for the job telling reporters Trump wants the house to impeach him. No question. The White House is just crying out for that's why he flipped yesterday because he, he was hoping Trump called her crazy. Nancy at an event at the White House, and that she doesn't seem to understand pending trade deal with Canada and Mexico is a mess luckless face it. She doesn't understand it, and they sort of feel she's disintegrating before the rush. She does not understand it. Trump says he'll sign in nineteen billion dollar emergency Bill for areas hit hard by hurricanes and severe weather. Democrats were able to strip some four billion dollars from the border for the border out of that measure in the Senate, minority leader, Chuck Schumer is warning the president of wanna point out there is no transfer thirty in the disaster. Bill, the money's gonna go where it's intended not to anything else, a wall or anything else. And the point to make here better late than never. The Senate has also passed a Bill that aims to combat the illegal robocalls, not clear. What will happen in the House Democrats in charge of their own proposals going?.

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Democrats Prepare Contempt Order for Attorney General William Barr

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats Prepare Contempt Order for Attorney General William Barr

"On Capitol Hill. Democrats still refusing to let go of the Muller report, and it's finding of no Russia collusion involving President Trump. So the target now attorney general William bar USA radio's Timberg with details. Torney general William bars that the face a contempt of congress resolution on this is the latest escalation in the showdown over the release of the Muller report Republican congressman from Georgia. Doug Collins reminds Democrats this is twelve title perspec-. For your hair's. They're going this twelve times faster than the Republicans held Eric Holder and can tell over four hundred sixty something days before the Republicans held Eric Holder Inc and tell for not complying with the pain as we're looking at less than forty three days. Here Collins was speaking there on Fox

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"torney" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on AP News

"Radio. Maguire Torney general William Bartels, the Senate Judiciary committee he decided to release a four page summary of Robert Muller's report and then release afford only after spending some three weeks redacting portions of it as holder in my judgment was the simple statement of what the bottom line conclusions were and I wasn't going to be in the business of feeding out more and more information as time went on to adjust to what the press was saying committee member Delaware democrat, Chris coons tells bar his actions, muddy the water about the Muller investigation. And the report concluded the president didn't obstruct Justice and you announce that you had cleared the president twenty five days before the public could read the Muller report for themselves. I think it's no wonder special counsel Muller thought, your four page letter created public confusion about critical aspects of the results the investigation and that that threatened to undermine the central purpose for which he was appointed coon's and other. Democrats are calling on committee chairman Lindsey grabbed a call Muller to testify AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Reports bar may skip testifying to the House Judiciary committee House Judiciary committee's voted to let it staff question bar at his scheduled hearing tomorrow, adding extra time for questioning the Justice department has said if that's the plan bar will not show up panel chair, Jerry Nadler, speculating bars afraid of testify Republicans say Democrats are conducting impeachment proceedings, North Carolina. Teachers are demonstrating and Raleigh today demanding higher pay and better working conditions for them as well as school support staff. Crowd sizes not been estimated for this year. But last year some twenty thousand people showed up for those demonstrations, a similar protest is also being held today in South Carolina. This is a p. Radio news. Two people are dead in a shooting and the university of North Carolina Charlotte a man is in custody tristen, Andrew, Terrell. His neighbor tells W CNC I've seen him walking around several times. I mean, he's super quiet from what I've seen. I mean, very introverted. I've spoken to myself. And I mean most I've heard from him. Hello. And that was it for other people were wounded three are in critical condition. A British judge sentences weekly founder Julian Assange and nearly a year in prison for skipping bail seven years ago and holding up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London Mickey leaks post from Kristen half. Nelson says they're more worried about the US effort to extradite Assange question of life and death for Mr Hans..

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"torney" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Yes, that was I think Steve Holland of Reuters who was talking to the president there. And I do think we have a better chance than we had when you have a strong center right coalition, led by Netanyahu now back to attorney general William Barr who is just great great great job at the Senate appropriations committee. I believe yesterday. Let's play the whole thing. This is him talking about what happened in two thousand sixteen cut number ten. I because I said in my confirmation hearing, I am going to be reviewing both the Genesis and the conduct of intelligence activities directed at the Trump campaign during two thousand sixteen and a lot has already been invented a lot of this has already been investigated in the substantial portion of it has been investigated is being investigated by the office of inspector general at department, but one of the things I wanna do is pulled together all the information from the various investigations that have gone on including on the hill. And in the department and see if there are any remaining questions to be addressed. And can you share with us? Why you feel a need to do that? Well, you know, for the same well for the same reason, we're worried about foreign influencing elections, we wanna make sure that during lecture I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal to big deal generation. I grew up in which is the Vietnam war period. You know, people were all concerned about spying on antiwar people and so forth by the government. And there are a lot of rules put in place to make sure that there's an adequate basis before before our law enforcement agencies get involved in politics and political surveillance. I'm not suggesting that those rules were violated. But I think it's important to look at that. And I'm not just I'm not talking about the FBI necessarily intelligence agencies, more broadly. So you're not you're not suggesting though that spine occurred. I don't well. I guess you could I think there's spying Kerr. Yes. I think spying that occur. Well, let me question is whether was predicated adequately predicated, and I'm not suggesting it wasn't adequately predicated, but I'd need to explore that. I think it's my obligation congress usually very concerned about intelligence agencies and law enforcement agency staying in their proper lane. And I wanna make sure that happened. We have a lot of rules about that. And I wanna say that that I said, I'm reviewing this. I am going. I haven't set up a team yet. But I do have I've been mind having some colleagues helped me pull all this information together. And let me know whether there's some areas that should be looked at. And I also want to make clear this is not launching an investigation of the FBI. I frankly to the extent there were there any issues at the FBI, I do not view it as a problem that's endemic to the FBI. By I think, there was probably a failure among a group of leaders, they're at the upper echelon, and so I don't like the recaps about the FBI because I think the FBI's an outstanding organization, and I think you Chris Wray is a great partner for me. I'm I'm very pleased that he's fair is the director, and if it becomes necessary to to to look over some former officials activities, I expect that I'll be relying heavily on Christian and work closely with him and looking at that information, but that's what I'm doing. I feel I have an obligation to make sure that government power is not abused. I mean, I think that's one of the principal. Roles of the attorney general the Ray hurry, co Intel pro may be a name you haven't heard before. But back in the battle days. J Edgar the FBI got off the leash and the leashes supposed to be there. And they're not supposed to be in Paul. Politics. And I don't think they were in politics except as the. Attorney general explained that you've got a genuine problem with a handful of people at the very top of the icy in two thousand sixteen and he's looking into it. Play cut number eleven again. This is Torney general yesterday. Thank you. Mr Chairman could I just at one point of clarification that I just wanna to make it clear looking thinking back on all the different colloquy is here that I am not saying that improper surveillance occurred. I'm saying that I am concerned about it and looking into it. That's perfect. Perfect. Perfect. He also raises the one question on every ordinary person's mind about the two thousand sixteen campaign cut number twelve. Elegance investigation against a presidential candidate that you have to have a very good reason. Yes. Absolutely. And a counter intelligence investigation is designed to protect the target of foreign influences that correct that is correct. It's not a prosecutorial function isn't no unless unless espionage or some violation of espionage laws is develops. So would it be odd that the candidate was never really briefed? By the department of Justice that your campaign, maybe targeted bow foreign entity that is one of the questions. I have is is I feel normally the campaign would have been advised that this king, and can you think of a good reason right now why they wouldn't have been I'm interested in getting that answer they had to former US attorneys in Chris Christie and and moody Giuliani involved in the campaign. And I don't understand why the campaign was not advised. Apparently when Senator Feinstein had a person on her staff that was supposedly connected to the Chinese government. She was briefed is that the normal way you do things with a counterintelligence investigation. I think. She was briefed about a staff member that they thought might be connected. The Chinese government. She took action and fired the guys that sort of what you're supposed to be doing. That's what I would if I were Torney general in that situation came up. I would say, yes. Brief brief that the target of the foreign espionage activity. Okay. Yeah. That is what you would do. Now. The new Quinnipiac poll is out Joe Biden twenty six percent. I mean, Joe Biden Bernie Sanders and Pete Buddha. Judge are the only people are the only people in double digits. Elizabeth Warren is in fourth place and Kamala Harris behind her I think, this is going to be the nominee. That's my prediction. I'm hoping Bernie Sanders is the nominee. You know? I I lead Republicans for Bernie, but in in the primary and the general, but I because I think he's the true soul.

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AG Barr says spying on Trump campaign 'did occur,' but provides no evidence

Armstrong and Getty

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

AG Barr says spying on Trump campaign 'did occur,' but provides no evidence

"About the big revelation. The breaking news is turning general bar has just said in front of congress. There was spying on the Trump campaign going on whether or not it was justified or not he's going to look into. But there was fine going on. Right. Clearly. So there you go. Remember when somebody used the term spy us and other people, oh spy, and what are you talking about spying? Okay. Well, the general just said it was fine. Yeah. They mocked Trump for Torney general. I think if you listen to good that was good though, Sean, thank you. That's what he's supposed to do. I thought at the time. And I think now they are making the station. I think Komi and others and McCabe and others. It's our investigation. If you listened to my phone calls, I think you're spying by watching everything they do, but it wasn't spying.

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William Barr Says Mueller Report Will Be Public 'Within a Week'

The Glenn Beck Show

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

William Barr Says Mueller Report Will Be Public 'Within a Week'

"News. The attorney general now says version of the mullahs report will be made public in a matter of day, Torney general William bars appearance at a house appropriations subcommittee was scheduled to be about his budget request. But it was hard to avoid is one democrat called it. The elephant in the room. Let me tell you what I'm getting at that. I find quite extraordinary New York Democrat need a Lowy press bar and how he was able to so quickly issue special counsel, Robert Muller's conclusion Barr says his office was updated throughout the investigation in that context. There had been discussion. So there was some inkling as to some of the thinking of the special counsel bar expects to make a redacted version of the Muller report public

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Senator Lindsey Graham, Rachel Sutherland And Special Counsel discussed on Bruce Elliott

Bruce Elliott

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Senator Lindsey Graham, Rachel Sutherland And Special Counsel discussed on Bruce Elliott

"News. The end of the Russia probe putting the new US attorney general under scrutiny over the summary. He released while some in congress want a closer look at the origins of the special counsel's investigation. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington Republicans foreshadowing investigations of their own into what started the Mueller probe GOP Senator Lindsey Graham wants to know more about an anti-trump dossier, and is a warrant for Trump campaign during the twenty sixteen campaign, the minimum disturbing whether or not a legal. I don't know. So I'm going to get answers to this Senator Graham telling reporters, he hopes Torney general William bar will release as much of the mullahs report as possible Democrats bar to testify about why he cleared the president of obstruction of Justice. Lisa. Thanks, rachel. It's a day of relief at the White House where FOX's John decker is live. Vice President Mike Pence with reaction to findings from special counsel Muller who determined. There was no evidence President Trump colluded with Russia. Hi, Galveston,

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Resignation scandal mars Trudeau's shiny image

FT News

09:58 min | 2 years ago

Resignation scandal mars Trudeau's shiny image

"Trudeau swept into power in Canada in two thousand fifteen championing equality, openness and social Justice, but the resignation of his attorney general who will let's shoot face pressure to go easy on one of the country's biggest companies in corruption case has dented this image. Nikki Zena discusses the case in what it means for Trudeau in the liberal party with Ravi, Matt and Amy Williams. Amy, tell us first about the company involved. SNC lavaman will the company has a few things, but bowling engineering company that works mainly with mining and energy services. So in this case, it's been accused of bribing Libyan officials around the time when he was in power. This is not as I brush with bribery, allegations the World Bank, actually, blacklisted its main subsidiary from bidding on projects and its own global corruption policy and that happened in two thousand thirteen over a project. It was worth on in Bangladesh. The key thing about the company in the stories that employs around nine thousand people across Canada. Most of those are in Quebec, which is the home for just intruders constituency in Montreal what was the attorney general's involvement, which Wilson rape, bogey Torney general. She was in a position to come up with the prosecution agreement with the company that would basically have seen him set. Lots of court avoiding huge find so base. Would have paid some money but being allowed to keep trading and avoid the court fees and big legal costs that would put them out of business. And who does she say put her under pressure to agree to a deferred prosecution agreement and why did she end up resigning? Well, she said that it was several people in Mr. Trudeau's government specifically in his office, and including Mr. shooter himself and Khushi his top advisor, Gerald books. Her resignation is a bit murky and a little unclear but what we do know is that shortly before she resigned, Mr. Trudeau effectively demoted her in a cabinet reshuffle and this caused quite a bit of upset. She initially refused to take the first portfolio that she was offered. So she was attorney general and Justice minister, Mr. to try to move her to indigenous services, which she climbed she eventually ended up at veterans affairs, and she shortly afterwards resigned. What has Mr. Trudeau said about this mister Suto and also his adviser Mr. buck who gave testimony to the Canadian House of Commons. Have both said that they did not try to force miss was able to make any kind of decision. They just asked her the independent advice and get a second opinion on her decision because they thought it was really important case lots of jobs are at stake. Mr. Trudeau has insisted he spoke to journalists day after Mr Bush gave testimony he insisted. That he was only ever trying to defend jobs as all he's ever tried to do and nine thousand jobs is really quite a lot of jobs to be lost. I know you've been wanting to hear from me directly on the SNC Lebanon issue. I've taken time to review the testimony to reflect on what has happened over the past months and on what our next steps should be. What has become clear through the various testimonies is that over the past months? There was an erosion of trust between my office. And specifically my former principal secretary and the former minister of Justice and attorney general I was not aware of that erosion of trust does prime minister and leader of the federal ministry. I should've been in regards to standing up for jobs and defending the integrity of our rule of law. I continue to say that there was no inappropriate pressure. Bearing in mind that elections are coming up in October. How has this all gone down with Canadian voters rudely, they don't like it? This Troodos popularity has taken a hit. And it's not looking all that good for him the elections approach. However in Quebec the province. Montreal is people are less bothered about this. And actually his popularity's is kinda held up in Quebec, they're a little more sympathetic to the view that jobs were at stake around three thousand of those nine thousand jobs in Quebec. And they are less unhappy with MRs Troodos alleged actions. Ravi you've written that Mr. Trudeau is partly to blame for setting impossibly high standards. Can you explain what you mean? Yeah. I mean, there's a couple of things there. I think first of all what needs to go back and understand why he won and how he won the election in two thousand thirteen to become prime minister, we need to remember that Mr. wasn't actually expected to win. He was in third place turning to other party leaders and play the Blinder in the campaign and suddenly became. Came prime minister with a massive majority. And I think the first mistake they made was to misunderstand their mandate. They thought the massive majority meant they had licensed to invoke a massive program of change in fact, because they went by surprise by good fortune in that voters had got fed up with the incumbent Stephen Harper. They didn't realize there was a bit of a delicate balance to achieve their the second bit was they one of the back of a progressive agenda. Mr. Trudeau had a great brand he sold himself as a modern politician whose advertising a more kind a more gentle immoral open way of governing and dean with politics rather than the very fractious way. Things are done in many other places including at times in Canada. But by holdings of that standard. He also needs to meet that Senator in government now for the first few years that kind of words he did very well on certain policy issues. He accepted twenty five thousand Syrian refugees into the country from the war, which is a very popular mid both within Canada and in June. Nationally, but further into government, he made some missteps party. I would argue because of the hubris I came with that stunning election victory. First of all he started to do things that flew in the face of that cleaner than clean impression. He was giving for example in twenty-six fell foul of ethics rules for taking a private family holiday on the private island of the con, the billionaire religious leaders not only did that contravene the rules in place for politicians. But it just looked really bad. It looked very elitist. When he told the world that he was anything. But similarly in terms of the people who put in place around him, Amy mentioned Gerald butts who's as close as adviser, but Mr. bus was also his best friend. They know each other for thirty years they met at McGill University and invariably when you put your best friend in your office as your closest advisor, even the smartest person in the world will find it impossible to separate the personal and the professional. And that was certainly impression given and that chumminess once again went to undercut pretty severely, the progressive agenda that open of politics that he advertised when he campaigned for office, and indeed nearly years of his tenure so you've already touched on this a bit, but looking towards the next election, and how he starting to campaign now, what would you say are has notable achievements, and what are his failures while a couple of things. I mean, he has achieved things I talked with the Syrian refugee policy. He's also legalized cannabis which was a big campaign promise of his and he certainly tried to create a different impression of how poses can be done. But if you count all the things where he failed in the city meet the targets, he said, they include reforming the electoral system. He hasn't done that finding a way of building a pipeline from the oil signs of northern Alberta to the Pacific coast of BC. He has done that reconciling relations with indigenous populations. He hasn't achieved that so they're a litany of these things where he set. Very vicious goals, and he just didn't achieved. And so I think unfortunately, while he has made some serious achievements. Such as renegotiate NAFTA agreement with Donald Trump. They're also number failures that his opponents will hold against them. And how well placed is Canada's opposition to capitalize on Mr. Trudeau's weaknesses. Well, go into the election. I think that's one of actually his advantages. So eighty mentioned that Mr. Trudeau's poll numbers of taking a hit. And yet the liberal government the liberal party, which he leads still is more or less neck and neck with the obstinate conservatives, and I think one of the things that he has to best advantage is the fact that his opposition rivals are relatively new leaders in their own, right? And they suffer from their own credibility issues. So Andrea sherr of the conservatives and the leftist NDP's Jagmeet Singh are both quite noon to the job. And they too are having some issues around trying to prove to the public that there are credible alternative. So in terms of how well the opposition can capitalize on it. They're doing the best to make sure this as in the news there. Making sure that it's very hard for the government to talk about anything else. Every press conference at happens invariably, the tension terms to this topic around the essence see Lebanon scandal and the resignation so it's very hard to change the Genda. However, the weakness of the opposition does give Mr. to who remains a very charming character and someone who can certainly connect with people gives them a plausible chance going into the election. So Amy what happens with the SNC level in case after this? We could you will rape with decision was not offer the prosecution agreement which means they have to go to trial. So there's already a hearing underway and a criminal trial will probably happen within an ear. Yes. Data what AB said, although wasn't able to make sure this is going to trawl from what it seems the political stray hasn't ended a lot of pressure on the top civil servant in Canada. Who's also been drawn into the affair and his role there further questions the opposition is raising about whether they'll process of how cases like this handled is inappropriate. And whether in fact. An independent third party should Judy Kate over the process. So the politics is obviously very strong and carrying on. And the opposite is gonna do their best to make sure this stays in the headlines. And of course, our media colleagues are watching very closely in Canada too.

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"torney" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"I agreed voluntarily you didn't serve as a bean on me. I run to committee on the witness how nice well, the chair of the committee. That is just that. That's that's so disrespectful. That is so horrible that is broken about twenty eight norms. And I don't think there's enough norms left. Nobody's naming a kid Norma. Thank you. Breaking the norms eight we ran out of norms, just repeat the question. So so people remember what we're talking about in your capacity is acting attorney general have you ever been asked to approve any requests their action to be taken by the special counsel. Mr Chairman, I as the acting Torney general I. Under the special counsels. Rules. I am the person that is ultimately in charge of the investigation. And I have exercised that authority under the special counsels regulations of the department Justice. In other words, he's avoiding saying anything I want to be very specific about this. It's going to lie a lot of fears that have existed among this committee among the legislative branch largely and maybe among some American people. We have followed a special counsel's regulations to a T. There has been no events. No decision. That is required me to take any action. And I have not interfered in any way with a special counsel's investigation, nor has he recused which if he'd been following the regulations he should have done. So he gave that kind of vague statement. I haven't I haven't done anything. I haven't approved anything. But look the whole point was to not say anything of substance. He's not going to be the attorney general and the weak, right? The the the Senate is about to confirm William bar, and so William bars about to be as soon as they confirmed he'll be sworn in within a few hours and. Matthew Whitaker's gone. So understand my perspective on this is just my perspective. Is the Democrats knew all they're not dumb. They knew all this stuff that I'm sharing with you. They know Matthew Whitaker's got very few days left as so-called acting attorney general they know that they're not going to get another chance to get him under oath. They once he's out. He's out. I mean, maybe moral goes to the guy with a subpoena one day to find out if there's anything relevant, but from Congress's perspective, they're going to want to talk to the new actual attorney general's to what's going on in real time. Then that day, right? A couple of weeks from now whatever Matthew Whitaker is about to be yesterday's news. And the Democrats know that and they know that he he, you know, he's about to be gone. So the value of Matthew Whitaker from my perspective. The value of Matthew Whitaker today for the Democrats was these clips on playing for you to show America people or whoever's willing to pay attention amongst the American people that Benedict Donald hires the best people believe me. Right. They wanted to create a spectacle. They wanted to show America. What a clown. What an unqualified imbecile what a political. This guy is believe me only the best people believe me. So he got into it with congressman Eric swallow. Well, can.

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"torney" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To those extra could be your Manny, petty, the beer cocktail. She says setting aside that extra money in your budget will prevent you from binging later on a lot of financial experts will tell you to go on a release budget and cut out the morning, walk K and all the extra indulgences honorably, not sustainable. Lapin recommends reviewing your spending plan once a quarter to make sure you're on track saving you money. I'm Linda bell. Fox news. S T from the Trajan wealth studio your local fiduciary, Trajan wealth dot com. AM seven hundred and iheartradio station. The president keeps pushing I'm Lisa Brady. Fox news. So many good things are happening, but we have to take care of the border. Speaking a short time ago at a Bill signing event before heading to the first of two meetings with lawmakers today as a partial government shutdown continues. We're all working together. I really believe the Democrats and the Republicans are working together. I think that something will happen. I hope. Fox's Rachel Sutherland is live on Capitol Hill. Lisa President Trump says he's still may declare a national emergency and attempt to bypass congress to build the wall. This is said to meet with Democrats at the White House at a news conference not long ago. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the president's Oval Office address last night did nothing to change minds. Same old same old mistrials. Divisiveness? The president will huddle with Senate Republicans here at the capital before meeting with Democrats, Lisa meantime, Rachel the Bill signed by the president is aimed at fighting human trafficking, including prevention education for children and training of airline employees to better identify and prevent possible cases of trafficking. The deputy attorney general often criticized by the president during his oversight of the Russia probe rod Rosenstein plans to leave the Justice department soon. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders emphasizing its Rosenstein decision. No. He has a great deal of respect for the new nominee for Torney general, Mr. bar, and I think they have a great relationship confirmation hearings for William bars set to begin next week Sanders suggesting that Rosenstein wants to clear the way for the new boss to bring in his own team. If he wins confirmation Wall Street a rally underway stocks higher for a fourth day. So far, the Dow is up. About one hundred seventy points. Oil prices have been soaring as well. This is Fox News. Phone ten are is here at T mobile, and there's a whole lot to love like those perfect tortured mode selfish. According to share ties us now turn every face time.

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"torney" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The president's keeps pushing Lisa Brady, Fox News. So many good things are happening, but we have to take care of the border. Speaking a short time ago at a Bill signing event before heading to the first of two meetings with lawmakers today as a partial government shutdown continues, and we're all working together. I really believe the Democrats and the Republicans are working together. I think that something will happen. I hope. Fox's Rachel Sutherland is live on Capitol Hill. Lisa President Trump says he's still may declare a national emergency and attempt to bypass congress to build the wall. This is he set to meet with Democrats at the White House at a news conference not long ago. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the president's Oval Office address last night did nothing to change minds. Same old same old. Mistrials divisiveness? The president will huddle with Senate Republicans here at the capital before meeting with Democrats. Lisa paintime. Rachel the Bill signed by the president is aimed at fighting human trafficking, including prevention education for children and training of airline employees to better identify and prevent possible cases of trafficking. The deputy attorney general often criticized by the president during his oversight of the Russia probe rod Rosenstein plans to leave the Justice department soon. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders emphasizing its Rosenstein decision. No. He has a great deal of respect for the new nominee for Torney general, Mr. bar, and I think they have a great relationship confirmation hearings for William bars set to begin next week Sanders suggesting that Rosenstein wants to clear the way for the new boss to bring in his own team. If he wins confirmation Wall Street a rally underway stocks higher. For a fourth day. So far, the Dow is up about one hundred seventy points. Oil prices have been soaring as well. This is Fox.

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"torney" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on KTOK

"Without fear or favor in context and perspective to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact shit. Shepard. Smith on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Wall Street Journal reports attorney general designate William Barr wrote to deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein earlier this year, suggesting a part of the special counsel's investigation was improper both bar and a spokesman for the White House say bar disclosed that memo to the president only after being offered a job as a Torney general. The census bureau says the US population growth rate has slowed to its lowest in eighty years growing at just six tenths of a percent a slower birth rate and a slight increase of the death rate. Getting most of the blame report also suggests a quickening migration from the northeast and midwest states to the south and west back on earth, the long flying crew from the international space station. Flight engineer. Serena on own chancellor expedition, Fifty-seven commander Alexander Gerstein of the European Space Agency and Soyuz commander Sergei Prokofiev landing on earth in the Russian territory of Qasr Eckstein has landed in a vertical position it is upright. So the Soyuz MSN nine stuck the landing Nasr's Rob Navias on the eve of the fiftieth anniversary of humankind's first voyage to the moon, a multinational crew returned to earth navy is referring to the fact that this coming Christmas Eve marks fifty years since the crew of the Apollo eight orbited the moon and read from the book of Genesis on live TV, Jill NATO, Fox News. Reuters thirty big drug companies, including Novartis and bear are going back to raising prices on their products soon companies had halted price hikes under pressure from the Trump administration an ominous warning from the North Korean government saying in a statement, the North Korea will never unilaterally. Get rid of its nukes, unless the US I ends its nuclear threat. Russia's President Vladimir Putin has warned about the growing threat of nuclear war in New York. I'm Jack Callaghan..

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"torney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Six years after he left office. George Bush at his admirers hate seeing to have always had a very good heart and made strong decisions candy words in her husband closed their shop in spring long enough to watch the presidential funeral train pass by so did thousands of other Texans. Jim Ryan ABC news. College station, Texas, multiple sources, tell ABC news that President Trump has told advisers he intends to nominate William Baras is next attorney general ABC's Jonathan Karl is a former attorney general, and he was George Bush's attorney general and by George Bush. I mean, the elder George Bush, so he served as a Torney general back in the early. Nineties. He's sixty eight years old, which if you do the math, this is a guy that was in his early forties. When he was attorney general last time around ABC news can also confirm that President Trump is expected to name as soon as tomorrow, Heather Nauert is his pick for the next UN ambassador. She's the current State Department spokeswoman, and if approved by the Senate, she would replace the outgoing key Haley, we are just getting word of a bomb threat in Manhattan at the New York offices of CNN that according to the NYPD who have blocked off the area around those offices, Columbus circle in Manhattan, this coming two months after someone suspected pipe bombs mailed rather suspect pipebombs to critics of President Trump, repeating the CNN offices in New York City have been evacuated due to a bomb threat the area around it have been closed off. You're listening to ABC news. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Hit was thirsty session. That was almost as volatile as they come. The Dow Jones industrials were down more than seven hundred points in early trading but ended with a loss of just seventy nine points or a third of a percent. The NASDAQ closed twenty nine points higher a gain of four tenths percent. The s&p five hundred closed four points or a tenth of a percent lower Brad McMillan. At Commonwealth financial network says the volatility could last a while the market is trying to get a handle on what's going on with trade. What's going on with interest rates? There's just too much uncertainty to really establish a positive trend in the short term. Forecasters at vanguard group think the Federal Reserve will stop hiking interest rates next summer vanguard's annual outlook for the economy and market says economic growth will likely slow while inflation remains tame fewer people are flipping homes for prophet. Adam data solutions has home flips. We're at a three and.

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US-China trade truce seen boosting stock market

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

US-China trade truce seen boosting stock market

"Brexit altogether for more. We're joined by Bloomberg's EMMY unused are actor, David merrit. Who's with us in the studio. Good morning. David great to have you with us. So. Bloomberg is talking about a fresh Brexit battle that may have to face this week. What is that about? Well, there's a technical issue that the labor party now raised this is about the legal advice at the government's been given behind closed doors about whether the what the implications are of they're still now the attorney general Geoffrey Cox, he'll be talking to lawmakers later on today. The conservative party is saying we will not release mentioned, it's privileged. Client, attorney information. The little potus saying this is too big a deal for us to be in the dark about we want to hear about it. Now. Some of these details, of course, Lee had leaked over the weekend. It seemed unconfirmed reports about what this advice says why the conservatives not wanting to release it because it's obviously makes quite uncomfortable. Reading it includes apparently an assertion that the Irish backstop suggestion could trap Britain indefinitely into this customs arrangement with the European Union. So that's potentially explosive. It means yet more negative sentiment. Around this deal, and it's perhaps persuade even more Tory. Backbench MP's to vote against the government in this big vote next week. How's this week on to play out? David. I mean, the debates officially starts tomorrow parliament rights when it comes to the divorce deal. That's right. We're going to see many hours of debate on this issue led by various ministers in the house of Commons this week. This question about the legal legal argument is actually a little bit more long-term, even if there was a motion to try to force the government. I think we've got time for that to go through parliament's and hoping that just the publicity around it may force the government's hand. But yes, we're going to see lots of debates in parliament as the week goes on. And maybe as we get closer to that vote on the eleventh of December. There are reports in much of the British press about whether the rich are going to go ahead with it. If the numbers still looks so bad is she gonna keep plowing on and have a vote, which he may lose by one hundred two hundred votes. I think that's the big. Question. This week is is it really sustainable for. Mrs may go ahead with something which is looking about all people are going to start changing their mind. This idea of a confidence vote coming straight off to you know, this may actually serve in Mrs Maes favor because it may shop in the minds of some payroll MP's who think will you know, what I'm actually going to pull back from the brink at the last minute. Just very briefly David are you saying there's a possibility? The December eleventh vote might not happen various reports the sun newspaper suggesting some ministers are lobbying for that to happen. Maybe postpone it maybe asked MRs may to go back to Europe because the European Council meets a few days after towards the end of next week. Voters on winnable. There's nothing I can do I need to have some more concessions as you said earlier. Of course, the European leaders have said, it's this deal or no Brexit all so they've been pretty firm. Yeah. They've been saying no nine talk all along. Thanks so much David merrit for talkies through these different strands. Hey, when it comes to the Brexit story this morning. Let's get global news now within bugs Leon guarantee and good morning, Nara in France. President Macron is ordering his prime minister to hold talks with political leaders and demonstrators all the best movement. This comes after another weekend of protests in Paris beanbags. Scrapers Cousy reports the president returned Sunday to inspect the damage and hold an emergency cabinet meeting afterwards, indicating is open to dialogue with the so called yellow vest who opposes tax in environmental policies, but the yellow vest movement is totally new phenomenon France, and so far hasn't been able to introduce any leadership and its demands keep growing in Paris, Gregory, whiskey. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Andrea Manuel Lopez over dole was inaugurated as Mexico's president on Saturday. Greenberg's Eric Martin says he's beginning to outline his vision for the country in his speech in the lower house of congress. He delivered a blistering attack on the energy industry overhaul passed under his predecessor investors are now looking to see which side of Lopez over or emerges as leader of the nation in Mexico City. Eric Martin, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin, yes in your who is facing new corruption accusations with police recommending he stand trial for alleged bribery in a third case investigators say they have evidence that he traded influence for favors something. The prime minister denies the decision to charge allies with these Walia Torney general and delegates from two hundred countries are in Poland for a major conference on global warming here today. Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Brussels to demand a commitment to tackling climate change. The two weeks summits has been described as the most critical since a deal to reduce emissions in Paris in two thousand and fifteen they will news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists listenable than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon gerrans. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks so much Leon guarantees for bringing us up to date there. Now coming up here on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Paul Donovan global chief economist at UBS is going to be joining us next plenty to talk about when it comes to the trade headlines, as of course, seeing this risk on rally across asset classes, I guess you could say it's been a long time coming with how beaten down particularly equities have been since the September peak. But you're seeing the stock six hundred up one point nine percent looking at the industry groups in terms of what's performing the best commodity producers. No surprise carmakers. No surprise tech, though is something that has caught. My attention is what we saw in terms of the NASDAQ futures outperforming p. Dow futures and text shares also outperform me in the Asian session, particularly with the lack of detail over this truce between the US and China, but anyway, equities rallying Boyle has been rallying strongly. You're seeing the EM complex rally on a weaker dollar at the ten year treasury yield moving higher by four and a half basis points. This is Bloomberg. Streams

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"torney" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here's Andrea darlas Torney general Jeff Sessions comes to Chicago telling his audience what he thinks the city is doing wrong when it comes to curbing violence. The attorney general telling the small audience that Chicago's agreement with the ACLU requiring additional paperwork for officers during traffic stops was a colossal mistake. He also said the consent decree the city entered into to reform the Chicago police department will demoralize the department and take power away from the police superintendent, Chicago police are not the problem. Chicago police are the solut- attorney general sessions blaming local politicians for violence in Chicago WGN's, Ryan burrow, reporting a car. Drove you pioneer court this afternoon and crashed into a building your Michigan avenue. Here's WGN's Kim. Gordon, the car was parked in an area where taxes pull up to pick up passengers in the four hundred block of north Michigan avenue. The fire department says one of the children in the car shifted the car into drive forcing the car jumped the curb four people in the car were taken to the hospital all are expected to be okay, Kim, Gordon, WGN news asked whether he thought Saudi Arabia's explanation for the death of Jamal guy was credible. President Trump's that. I do but Senator Lindsey Graham and other lawmakers are expressing skepticism about Saudi Arabia saying that the Saudi writer and critic of the Royal family died during a quote fistfight in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The UN special investigator on the human rights of migrants had the message for the Mexican government respect the human rights of every person in the caravan heading from Central America and consider. Each case individually Philippa gonzalez-morales told a news conference at the UN headquarters today in New York that there cannot be massive collective expulsions, for instance, in violation of international law. It's a quote, some three thousand migrants are currently trying to enter Mexico from Guatemala and hope to get to the United States and democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren and her Republican challenger, Massachusetts Representative Geoff Diehl, clashed. I'd everything from tax cuts to immigration to warrants heritage during their first debate. He faulted worn for opposing the Republican led tax Bill Warren as a possible twenty twenty presidential candidate defending her decision to release DNA test results that provide some evidence a native American that she is native American in her blood, traffic and weather next WGN joined the John Williams show in your favorite White.

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"torney" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"torney" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"One WG y. Dating information with actionable intelligence. Make no mistake America. Great American again. This is the Buck Sexton show. Former CIA analyst for member of the NYPD. Buck Sexton now. Is emphatically not the duty of the courts to manage the United States government to pass judgment on every policy action at the executive branch takes make matters worse. The idea that any district judge can demand to see the deliberations of the executive branch will also inevitably have a chilling effect subjecting the executive branch. So this kind of discovery is not acceptable. It's just not. And we intend to fight it. And we intend to win. Torney general Jeff Sessions. That's right. Hearing from Jeff a little bit. It's always nice to hear from the man. I think that he understands and has understood all along that the judiciary is, unfortunately, a hotbed of hashtag resistance. And that you have all you have a lot of judges who for whatever reason have taken it upon themselves that they need to stand for Trump and the executive power that he clearly has and do everything they can to stop it. They view themselves as a check based upon constitutional interpretation or no they just don't like what Trump does. And these activists judges need to stop and this effort to try and get around executive privilege. You know, you you saw this with the Cavanaugh hearings where there's all their have enough documents over documents. They don't get to see everything that was ever done in the Bush White House just because they want to find something to try and slime cavenaugh with and you know, that all they really had to do is wait around until their nonsense assault allegations could be level. That was the whole point. That was the game they were playing. So why pretend like there was something else going on? Of course, as we know they have no honor. So they have no honor to protect that gives you a lot of latitude with these matters. But the whole issue of judges and activist judges is a reminder of both what was done to this country before by the Obama administration, and what is at stake in the midterms and just a few weeks. President Obama was responsible when his eight years for stacking the federal courts with about thirty percent of federal judges became Obama appointees. A huge number. Those are appointments that will be around for decades. So Obama left or more, and we see that Mark on the courts now because they are standing in front of Trump's agenda and making ridiculous the ninth circuit. I'm surprised they're not going to overturn whatever court told stormy Daniels at her defamation suit with avenue dotty wasn't going forward, and actually stormy Daniels might have to pay the legal fees incurred by Trump. That's quite a loss in the world of a defamation case that is quite a smackdown. The judges matter. They matter even more to the left. They matter to us because we just hope the judges will keep things even in fair. They hope the judges will hand them what they could never get through the legislative process. So judges are essential to the leftist project. And that's why the more judges that we can get that. Our constitutional conservatives the less they can put up there who are leftist legislators in black robes, and it obviously really agitates some that is which is fun. It is fun. You know, own the lips. Sometimes it's something you gotta do. It's fun. I am absolutely in favour of pudding as many constitutional conservatives as possible in the court as fast as possible and Mitch McConnell has been doing that, by the way, even more judges. I mean, they're just Mitch McConnell is a lean mean judge confirmation machine. That's right arm, and he's doing whatever he can to get that done. And that's his legacy as a conservative. He knows it. You know, you say what you will about Mitch and the swamp and all that stuff he has been a warrior for conservative judges getting on the bench getting the highest courts as we know with cavenaugh and elsewhere. That's at stake, though, here if the Democrats were to take control of the Senate, you could say goodbye to getting any good judges through. If the Democrats take control of the Senate, it's going to be a complete stoppage on federal judges unless you put forward, America garland type, and anyone who you think might be kind of a centrist. According to the way, the media describes them trust me that judge is a leftist. So you might get somebody like America Arlanda come through. But overall, they'll they'll bring it to a screeching halt. So so at some level, there's there's a judge issue at stake your judges are at stake with the midterms. I think we're good on that in the Senate side. But then you go to the house side of the equation. You realize that we will be subjected to? A stoppage of Trump's most important policy agenda items, if the Democrats take the house, it'll be over, you know, maybe they'll play a little little footsie with our side when it comes to an infrastructure Bill. But it's it's over in terms of getting a wall immigration reform, all that that's not gonna happen. And we are going to be in a two year long grinding battle. Where all the media is to want to do is try to exact revenge on Trump and all of his supporters for the humiliations that they've endured at the media's endured for the last couple of years, you'll be treated you the most politicized nonsensical investigations imaginable. And you will see sure enough that they're going to make this about about impeachment. Even if they no they can't remove the president. They want to impeach him. Just to put a stain on his presidency that they can venues to try to run someone at twenty twenty. Now, the good news for us. Is that the Democrats so far have nobody realistic that they can run against Trump a twenty twenty? I mean, it's this list that I saw early this week at CNN had the polling on on who could be who could be up against drama mean you at the topless Joe Biden, come on guys Biden, that's the best. You can do. Below Biden you had Warren. I don't think she's exactly going to be a threat. I don't think I don't think warrants got it. You had some other names on their Kamala. Harris why because she check some boxes that the left likes nothing that you've ever seen her do legislatively, or otherwise, I was impressive. And I've heard from people that it was someone on her staff. I don't know this. But the rumor that I'm reporting on a room right now, you can yell at me later that have someone on her staff not Feinstein staff that actually that information. I don't have proof of that. I'm not naming anybody obviously because I don't have proof of it. But that was what I heard and that wouldn't surprise me. We had that other staffer Aqa congressional staffer who's leaking the personal information of Republican senators dachshund them straight up dachshund. He's facing real time in prison, he should go. But I hope the GOP has had a wakeup call here. And that's really what I'm focused on. I I hope that Republicans at every person who voted for Trump understands that all the good things that are happening calm to effectively come to a if not a halt. Let's say they they continue at half power at best shortlist. They'll be some executive order still there'll be deregulatory stuff. But we lose the house. You're going to see that the resistance will dig in and all of the. Craziness that we've seen them engage in last year's all that anti-trump. Psychosis will be directed into the house of representatives. Waging a campaign of just attrition against the Trump administration. Just just trying to tire them out. An exhaustive would subpoenas and all the grandstanding and all the media parents what their agenda going to be oh, you know, stuff Russia collusion. It's just gonna be crap. So America's really going to suffer. So this election is the most important election of our lifetime. I always says that that's garbage. It's an important election though. And if you really think that Trump is part of a political revolution. And what he's doing is as I really do believe is benefiting this country tremendously. We got to go to the barricades on this. When we gotta fight, politically speaking. Much more coming up team. Stay with me. Every day starts the same way from my friends with a Cup of black black rifle coffee. That's right. I'm drinking a black these days because it is delicious roast to order small batch coffee that you're going to want to really taste. You're not gonna wanna pour a bunch of Creamer in this. Okay. You're not the former Soviet Union..

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Trump administration proposes production quota cuts for six opioids

Marketplace All-in-One

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Trump administration proposes production quota cuts for six opioids

"Proposed new government intervention in the marketplace. This time painkillers. I'm David Brancaccio in New York. The Trump administration is stepping up its work to fight the opioid epidemic. The drug enforcement agency along with the Justice department called on pharmaceutical companies to cut back reduction of some of the most abused prescription, painkillers marketplace adjusted host following this Justin. So the proposal would apply to six painkillers including oxycodone, fennel morphine into require jug makers next year to cut back on their production by ten percent. On average, the DA says these new limits will quote, encourage vigilance on the part of opioid manufacturers and help the DA responded the changing drug threat environments, why ten percents. While the DA said it came to that number after factoring in the amount of legitimate medical needs for opioids, the zone data and overall estimates of retail consumption of these drugs, it'll actually Taylor the quotas to each company. And what did President Trump also say about suing drug companies that make these thing. Right. There are currently thousands of these lawsuits brought by a number of states and others against these pharma companies. But yesterday Trump said he wanted to bring a federal suit against them and as Torney general Jeff Sessions to get the ball rolling, no Trump didn't name any company specifically. But the companies in the state suits include Perdue pharma, Teva pharmaceuticals, Johnson, and Johnson, and

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"torney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:13 min | 3 years ago

"torney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Stuff listening carefully She, certainly, has, a, gift, very, poetic the, overall, composition. Of her political statement but? Meanwhile next time you decide to climb the statue of liberty just know that the majority of Americans will. Be praying. For an, enormous wind gusts I'm Brian Baker and that's overheard. On Tony cats today I just rather she didn't climb the statue of liberty and caused a lot of people. Have to not have a good time. And be evacuated because she's a crazy person climbing a statue Tony cats eight three three. Got, Tony is the. Number eight three three four six eight eight six six nine. Is, the number Jeff Sessions Torney general not happy with this federal judge who said that, Dhaka had to, be reinstated These, judges who think. They're in charge I'm, gonna, get, to, that, in, a moment, it, was. Last year the President Trump? Said doc is ending DACA put forth by President Obama via executive order unconstitutional at best Right deferred action for childhood. Arrivals well the Trump administration. Saying they were going to, end DACA then you had. Judges saying oh you can't do. That he's the president of the United States he. Rescinded an executive order from the previous. President he absolutely can do it you may. Not like it but. He can do it, he absolutely positively. Can do it judges barring the administration from ending the program entirely And saying that it was Wrong because you know. Existing applicants relied on it and then. There's. This judge US District Judge John Bates who said that authorities have to reinstate DACA info Jeff Sessions Has is infuriated this is this is one of a number of decisions where the. Courts. Have improperly used judicial power to steer join modify and direct executive policy Now there is something? To be. Said about this because. It really gets into this, question of where exactly does the power lie are they three co equal branches of government Moore's judiciary. Not Coequal I didn't say valuable I didn't say not, important but the only court that exists in terms of, spelled out in the constitution is the supreme court all these lower. Courts exists at the pleasure of congress which means congress can take them away anytime congress chooses and I believe in, many cases that they should Now. Remember the DACA program. Is your your your walk, down this kind of primrose paths with Dhaka you're made to believe that they're all just a children. In pig tails and and bright shiny faces and they're, just looking for a better life Hans von Makovsky over, at the daily signal which to say Heritage Foundation US citizenship and immigration services dinner review of those who, applied for benefits under Dhaka People under in, the Obama days who applied under under Dhaka include criminals And it was known that they were criminals and they were still given DACA protections According to the director of US citizenship and immigration services l. Francis sister the, truth is, that we, let those with, criminal arrests for sexually assaulting. A minor kidnapping human. Trafficking child pornography and, even murder be provided. Protection from removal that is absolutely. Positively not all DACA recipients let's not kid ourselves let's not go. Down that road let's accept and realize that when it came to the Obama. Administration so many of these things were not done as something that would better America they were done to. Help their ideological movement and those people who help them get elected end of list Dhaka has been used and abused Repeatedly A study in Arizona. Dock. Eligible immigrants made up two percent of the state, population but eight percent of the prison? Population, no not everybody who comes across the border is a. Criminal not everyone across the border is going to be a. Criminal when I, say comes across the. Border when we talked about, DACA these are people who came to the country, illegally and the quote unquote children came because their parents, came which I think is a legit. Conversation I blame the parents and I don't give anybody anything special because they can't Which is to say I, do not believe in direct pass to citizenship because your, parents broke the law you're not allowed. To profit off of the crimes of your parents I think it's an absolutely Absolutely true I mean as absolute fact I think that is the. Only way to go about the conversation but this the the studies in this information. Really goes to show that I there were? Things? Done with these programs that have nothing to do with the programs if doc is being used to allow criminals to be in the country dockers worthless why in the world would it be. Reinstated why in the world other judges out there like judge Bates who are telling. The president that he has to, reinstate something when the president was elected by the. People to make this exact call you see the issue doc is not working as intended even. In the slightest scale doc, is, not working. As intended which is, the case with so many government programs. The president of the United States, who's elected by the people wants to get rid of it and, some activists judge says, no you can't the matter of fact you have to restart it in full Michael. Walsh asks the right question which comes as a take off as. I know it from nuke Gingrich how many divisions does judge Bates command That is the right question If judge Bates believes that the president of the United States must based on, his feelings reinstate a program let Bates. Force them to do it Let him enforce it Tell me how be Coequal judiciary is, going to enforce this It's an interesting conversation Maybe we should. Rethink concept of Coequal maybe we should rethink the. Concept of activist. Judges I'm Tony cats WABC mobile news on. The level month ago why the congressman is in handcuffs on..

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Trump says Sessions should end special counsel investigation "right now"

Dave Ramsey

05:42 min | 3 years ago

Trump says Sessions should end special counsel investigation "right now"

"To you by, Howard air We're coming up on twelve o two. And one hundred one degrees in Phoenix new this afternoon the man accused of first degree murder in the death of Arizona department. Of public, safety trooper Tyler EDNA Hoffer last month is out of the hospital and is now in jail Isaac. King was transported to the mirror COPA county sheriff's, office jail to be booked in for the. Shooting death. Of the trooper police say king fought with several troopers before he pulled another trooper's gun and shot EDNA offer fatally hitting him. The Drapers feared world services will be on Friday and. There will be a public visitation tomorrow A deadly officer involved shooting in the. Valley last, night leaves one band dead and the key nine unit injured the incident happened near twenty seventh street. In baseline road Glendale police were searching for a, suspect who fled DRC custody back in February By city of Glendale police canine officer When I came over the wall shots were fired at, the Glenville officer by. The suspect sergeant John Roth was Glendale police. Says the suspect was shot and killed the canine was. Also shot but expected to be okay no further details is to why the twenty. Two year old suspect was behind bars a man is. Dead after a barricade situation in Tucson he was shot by police this morning after he came out of. A with two guns in his hands, no officers were hurt at Arizona band accused of subtle Yan addition to America's, deadliest mass shooter, as another status hearing in this case Douglas Haig of Mesa will be in, court once more on August twenty eighth. His trial has been postponed six times he's accused. Of conspiring to make and. Sell armor piercing ammunition to Stephen paddock Hake, says he sold the man tracer ammunition which lights up the path of fire bullets in October twenty seventeen paddock fired into the crowd at, a country music concert in Las Vegas killing fifty eight and wounding eight, hundred fifty one Kathy Klein. KTAR news had hoped to log on and download blueprints for three d. printer gun today forget, about it a federal. Judge has halted the distribution of the plan. The battle over the blueprints began in two thousand thirteen. When the founder of defense distributed invented the first pistol entirely created on a three. D. printer and then posted the design online the federal. Government called it illegal export of firearms but the courts later sided with defense distributed which claimed not second. Amendment protection of gun rights but I, haven't protection of speech that's ABC's Jim Ryan Arizona votes valley political expert says, Arizona will be, at the center of the political universe this fall right now democratic congresswoman Kirsten. Cinema has a four point lead over. Republican congresswoman Martha mcsally for Senator Jeff flake seed. In the latest ABC fifteen. OH predictive insights poll stand Barnes with copper, state consulting tells Arizona's morning news it's clear the balance of power in the Senate is at stake this November will be more money spent, on this US Senate seat than it's ever been Spent in Arizona history because of, that phenomenon it early voting for the twenty eighth. Primary elections is now underway Jeremy foster KTAR news as special counsel Robert Muller investigates Russian election, meddling and whether President Trump used Twitter to, intimidate, or, pressure attorney general. Jeff Sessions White House press secretary Sarah Sanders defended the president this morning. Had a tweet this, morning calling, on Torney general Jeff Sessions to end the Russia investigation it's not an order it's the president's opinion and it's ridiculous that all of the corruption and dishonesty that's gone on with the launching of the. Witch hunt the president wants to has watched this process play out. But he also wants to see it come to an end as he stated many times And we look forward to that happening in his, tweet this. Morning Trump called Robert Mueller's investigation Robert Muller's investigation rigged a federal appeals court ruled today that President Trump's, executive order about sanctuary cities is unconstitutional it was vile from President Trump cracking down on sanctuary cities but. His executive order in January twenty seventeen threatened to withhold funding from cities that limit cooperation with immigration authorities exceeded, the president's, authority by. Two to one vote the ninth US circuit court of appeals said that without congressional authorization the president cannot refuse to disperse federal. Grant money to achieve. A policy objective of, punishing cities that adopt so called sanctuary policies Aaron Katersky ABC news New York a couple of sports notes the. Coyotes will honor former captain Shane Don by retiree against, number nineteen jersey February twenty four ceremony will take place at Hilo river arena in Glendale When the, coyotes host the Winnipeg Jets don't spent his entire twenty one year National Hockey League career with the Jetson coyotes and will be the seventh player to have a. Number retired by the coyotes jets organization and the sports and entertainment, commission has announced that the late Arizona State University at cardinal star Pat Tillman as well as the Olympic gold medal swimmer Gary, Hall junior, former Arizona, Diamondbacks star. Mark grace there among those. Who have been elected to the twenty eighteen Arizona's sports hall of fame class, the induction. Ceremony will be held November first at the Scottsdale plaza resorts At twelve oh seven with traffic every. Six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic Senator Bob we still have that crash on the two zero two Santan transition, ramp to northbound, one zero, one it's not. Locking, it is off right but right sleet and just a bit our, latest crash chest. And Glendale at just west of fifty Fifth Avenue also seventy Fifth Avenue at Grand's a crash.

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"torney" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"torney" Discussed on In The Thick

"And it's bigger he's just like leaning back he's looking at him like you fucking bore me bitch you know all that and then in contrast to trump is like you know stewing in his nasty sweat he's like all like tennessee slouching forward his fingers are prison tiny little fingers like pressing against each other i mean you can see that there was something going on that he was actually very scared and was looking at him for like a hint tonight do well did i bullied theresa may enough did i leave her because right now she's dealing while this is going on in helsinki theresa may's when we're parliament he left the eu and shambles he liked just divided and conquered he's basically playing bad cop to putin's good cup and he said the eoc is a foe in actually just right before the summit we forgot that he said that the eu the european union which includes our allies both in national security and trade is our foe and people also forget julio one thing i'll say is that rod rosenstein the deputy torney general told trump about this upcoming indictment a few days before he left on his trip and throughout this entire week and he ends the press conference also he's been saying what witchhunt right but this is being adopted because even even putin said it's a witch hunt when they asked a much sure who asked yeah that that's a reporter jonathan lemere who has that question the russian government had any compromise material on president trump or his family and what it can do he went well no i assure you know basically what he said it in a way where it's just like he basically made trump his capo yup okay i'm going to stop for a second because i do not get this investigation this whole influencing of the election i don't even know what the hell that means right i think we're obsessed with this and i think in the end trump is winning because we are now spending all this time making russia jokes there's a parker see the united states given it's examples of quote unquote influencing elections and i can go the list of latin american elections why are we so obsessed with us i tell you i the us has really terrible karma and i feel like we're paying for it we have been meddling i mean for eons you know i'm there with you julio butts we don't learn from our mistakes and you know we're allowing cyberattacks basically helping we're colluding with russia to like influence elections was going to happen in the midterms it's very very serious if we don't address the collusion and everything else the hacking everything else we're going to be in a in the terrible position come this midterm okay so i think that's basically what we need to why we need to stay obsessive though i understand what you're saying in the we at least feel you at least feel me right you know understand i understand what you're saying but you have to you have to see the force for the trees and while his basis like what mall i don't really care about this it's not really about that it's about the bigger picture which is extremely extremely dangerous this whole hacking business julio i've called them out on this on this program time out again i don't care and i will eat some kosher crow with some salsa at the end of all this that will be prepared by me and maria four him hey i wanna give down with that i believe for the last two three years like many americans have been following this i i read the dossier that was compiled by christopher steele i've been reading the books i believe this is these story and i believe that this russian interference not only tilted the election along with other factors but you has compromised the president of the united states who as we have listed will burn it all down our trade alliance our national security our cybersecurity our allies in europe whatever integrity is left with the law enforcement and annot our communities in particular are skeptical of law enforcement but still we have the doj the press he will bring it all down we're talking about american democracy american values american institutions yes it's flawed but still it's what we have and we can make it better he's gonna bring it all down for.

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"torney" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"torney" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You are listening to a free berge of majority report with sam cedar to support this show and get another fifteen minutes daily program goodridge already dot s m please the jarrah de rapport with sam sita it is wednesday june six two thousand eighteen name is sam cedar this the five time award winning majority report we are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage ghana's canal in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on the program today washington post correspondent dave weigel on the california primaries and more meanwhile with those primaries over dem's still on track for a big november it appears dennis rodman is the same as member of the north korean trump team the torney general jeff sessions reiterates that he is a moral monster as the un says stopped separating families mitch mcconnell cancels the senate recess to destroy our judiciary or at the very least remake it antonin scalise image mexico joins the trade war against the united states donald trump celebrates america by forgetting aligns to god bless america and good news facebook sold your data to the chinese government unsurprising new poll seven out of ten americans sick of the news for those three of you who are still here you're much better than those other people and lastly poor fox can't seem to monetize donald trump all this is all this and more on today's program lays jomon yes big primary night last night i'm a little bit i'm exhausted i stayed up a little bit probably later than i should have and then of course saul woke me up at four in the morning and i could not go back to sleep.

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FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, fired by Jeff Sessions, led probe into Sessions

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:40 min | 3 years ago

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, fired by Jeff Sessions, led probe into Sessions

"Need something i'm shopping at total wine and more komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now lock them up i'm jeff pohjola with why the city of seattle wants gun owners to secure their firearms that and more local news in just two minutes right now abc it's four o'clock from abc news i'm richard cantu they don't think they're any more bombs authorities have been searching the pflueger village texas home of serial bomber mark anthony condit fred millan hausky specially special agent charge houston office of the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms says they found explosive materials and components consistent with condit's making signature components re in there that makes us believe have a high degree of certainty that it is the same components that we have found in all the other devices authorities say there's a reasonable level of certainty there are no more bombs out there abc news has learned that fired fbi director andrew mccabe authorized a criminal probe of torney general jeff sessions about a year ago investigation examined whether the attorney general lacked candor when testifying before congress about contacts he had with russian operatives mccabe was fired by sessions late last week two days before his scheduled retirement for what sessions called a lack of candor following an inspector general report that found mccabe misled investigators into their handling of matters associated with the two thousand sixteen presidential election mccabe has denied any wrongdoing abc serena marshall in washington congressional negotiators are trying to come up with a one point three trillion dollar spending bill to avoid a government shutdown friday night they dropped protections for dreamers and give president trump only a portion of.

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