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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:34 min | Last month

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Janet from Rochester whose brother has a mental illness are Christie Imam from Bloomington whose daughter had a tumor that is what is on the line healthcare is on the line. And judge. What's on the line in your nomination hearing, which unfortunately has been plopped in the middle of this election. This morning new had would call it an active academic discussion with chairman. Graham about the doctrine of several ability. and. That's about if you can uphold part of a statue but throw out another part of it and you correctly said there is a presumption to say the statute if possible. So I want to be really clear with the American people that the trump administration's own brief this is the position of the trump administration filed by the trump justice department says that the entire affordable care act must fall. That is the position of the trump administration going into this. Case it's going before the Supreme Court in a few weeks. A judge you clerked at the Supreme Court does the Justice Department brief that they have filed represent the administration's and therefore the president's position before the Supreme Court. The Solicitor General is the government's advocate before the court right that would represent the United States right and if the brief didn't represent the president's position, he would have the solicitor general. The solicitor. General. And the Justice Department withdraw brief. It's that right I believe Salia. Okay. I just wanted to make that clear. To the chairman and to everyone out there that while there is this doctrine to separate staff and to try to uphold part of the statue like maybe pre existing conditions or doing something about keeping your kids on the insurance. The position of the trump administration is to throw the whole thing out. The second thing I want to make clear is that you've been nominated to the highest court in the land and you will be the deciding vote in many cases that will affect people's lives and I appreciate it that you've said it's not the law of amy?.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of Ian. I see. I'm Alison Stewart today look at how black women defied both racism and sexism and wielded political power to fight for the ballot before and after the passage of the 19th amendment. Speak with Martha Jones, professor of history at Johns Hopkins University about her new book, Vanguard, Then a new exhibit at the New York Historical Society, called Hope Wanted captures life in the city during the first weeks of the virus outbreak. Curator Kevin Powell, Louise Mirror president and CEO of the New York Historical Society, join us and later Tony Award winning playwright Richard Nelson will be on with us to discuss his new play Incidental moments of the day, the apple family life on Zoom We will get to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart and I will meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says President Trump is not fit for office. Biden's comment coming amid revelations that Trump New Cove, it 19 posed a deadly threat but downplayed it anyway. W DTs. Quinn Klein Filter has Mohr on Biden's comments at a campaign rally near Detroit and journalist Bob Woodward's forthcoming book Rage. He quotes the president, saying he knew how serious the pandemic could be weeks before the first death was confirmed in the US but played it down to avoid creating panic. Biden told officials at a Michigan Union hall. Thousands of people died from the virus who would not have had to because he says Trump lied to the public. He knew how dangerous it wass. While there's deadly disease ripped through our nation, he failed to do his job on purpose. Biden also criticized what he calls the president's failed promise to bring manufacturing jobs back to Michigan State. Trump narrowly won in 2016. For NPR News. I'm quitting Klein Filter in Detroit President Trump has issued another list of potential Supreme Court nominees, his fourth since his 2016 presidential campaign. But as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports, this list is a bit different. Today's list of 20 is avowedly more political. While the previous three lists included just one elected politician. Today's includes three senators all fire breathing conservative Republicans. Missouri's Josh Holly, Arkansas's Tom Cotton and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. All have been highly critical of Chief Justice John Roberts for not being conservative enough. Also on the list are to current or former Trump Administration Justice Department officials who have been carrying Trump's legal banner in the courts. And Paul Clement, who served as solicitor general in the George W. Bush administration and is considered perhaps the best legal advocate among the very able lawyers who practice regularly before the Supreme Court. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington Destructive blazes are burning in a large swath of Washington state and Oregon that rarely experience intense fire activity because of the region's cool, damp climate. Retired university professor Tom Hurling lives near a mandatory evacuation zone in Springfield, Oregon. He tells NPR that his car is packed just in case he has to dash out of his home. You are getting a smoke right in your face. I am horse from breathing in this smoke. The sky has an orange tinge. Even though it's a good thing that the winds have stopped. It also means the smoke is not going to be blown away. Avery quickly either. Meantime, a fire in Northern California's Butte County has now claimed at least three lives, injured several others and forced thousands of people from their homes. So called northern complex blaze is believed to have damaged or destroyed hundreds, if not thousands of homes northeast of San Francisco. This is NPR news. Opponents of the ban on transgender troops serving openly in the military are speaking out against new guidance issued by the Pentagon. The rules would implement a ban imposed by the Trump Administration. A Stephanie Column BEANIE with member station dipping a USF reports. LGBTQ advocates say the move doubles down on discriminatory policies. The guidance asserts allowing transgender troops to openly serve require special accommodations for people with gender dysphoria that would harm combat readiness. LGBTQ. Activists say studies show that wasn't the case when the ban was lifted under the Obama administration, and Aaron Belkin, director of the Palm Center says a recent Pentagon funded survey found broad support among active duty troops for transgender service. This is a clear case of the president's catering to a political Coalition that or reasons that have nothing to do with the.

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Trump unveils list of possible Supreme Court picks if reelected

All Of It

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Trump unveils list of possible Supreme Court picks if reelected

"President Trump has issued another list of potential Supreme Court nominees, his fourth since his 2016 presidential campaign. But as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports, this list is a bit different. Today's list of 20 is avowedly more political. While the previous three lists included just one elected politician. Today's includes three senators all fire breathing conservative Republicans. Missouri's Josh Holly, Arkansas's Tom Cotton and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. All have been highly critical of Chief Justice John Roberts for not being conservative enough. Also on the list are to current or former Trump Administration Justice Department officials who have been carrying Trump's legal banner in the courts. And Paul Clement, who served as solicitor general in the George W. Bush administration and is considered perhaps the best legal advocate among the very able lawyers who practice regularly before the Supreme Court.

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Trump unveils list of possible Supreme Court picks if re-elected

WNYC Programming

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Trump unveils list of possible Supreme Court picks if re-elected

"Has issued another list of potential Supreme Court nominees, his fourth since he started issuing the list during the 2016 presidential campaign is to subsequent appointees came from those lists. But as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports, this list is a little different. Today's list of 20 is avowedly more political. While the previous three lists included just one elected politician. Today's includes three senators all fire breathing conservative Republicans. Missouri's Josh Holly, Arkansas's Tom Cotton and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. All have been highly critical of Chief Justice John Roberts for not being conservative enough. Also on the list are to current or former Trump Administration Justice Department officials who have been carrying Trump's legal banner in the courts. And Paul Clement, who served as solicitor general in the George W. Bush administration and is considered perhaps the best legal advocate among the very able lawyers who practice regularly before the Supreme Court. Nina

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KCRW

"Woodward's new book. It's Wednesday, September 9th. This is all things considered. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer. Then I'm Elsa Changhe later how the Fukushima disaster May Japan completely rethink the broader expense of nuclear power, the social costs ofthe separation, the family, including the land losing their jobs. How can you measure all these impacts plus the declining ler of downtown urban life when so much is shut down during the pandemic? What am I here for? If I can't enjoy the cultural institutions that I moved here for, and the Oscars announced new diversity requirements for best picture nominees, now news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. President Trump has issued another list of potential Supreme Court nominees, his fourth since he started issuing the list during the 2016 presidential campaign is to subsequent appointees came from those lists. But as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports, this list is a little different. Today's list of 20 is avowedly more political. While the previous three lists included just one elected politician. Today's includes three senators all fire breathing conservative Republicans. Missouri's Josh Holly, Arkansas's Tom Cotton and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. All have been highly critical of Chief Justice John Roberts for not being conservative enough. Also on the list are to current or former Trump Administration Justice Department officials who have been carrying Trump's legal banner in the courts. And Paul Clement, who served as solicitor general in the George W. Bush administration and is considered perhaps the best legal advocate among the very able lawyers who practice regularly before the Supreme Court. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington Smoke is blanketing the West Costa's dozens of major wildfires burned out of control from Washington to California. NPR's Nathan Rot reports the size and scale of the fire is currently burning in a few Western states is rewriting the history books. More than two million acres of land burnt California has already surpassed its annual record of areas scorched, and it's on ly now entering what's typically it's busiest time of year. In Oregon Governor Kate Brown is warning of unprecedented damage and possibly loss of life because of fires and in Washington state. Further north more than 330,000 acres burned in a single day, more than in 12 of the state's previous 18 fire seasons. The.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Coming up on all things considered on 90.3 K easy you, President, Trump told journalist Bob Woodward, the Corona virus was deadly stuff while publicly downplaying the severity of the virus, according to Woodward's new book, Rage. And U. S. Military officials announced they're planning to reduce the number of American troops in Iraq. First this news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. President Trump has issued another list of potential Supreme Court nominees, his fourth since he started issuing the list during the 2016 presidential campaign is to subsequent appointees came from those lists. But as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports, this list is a little different. Today's list of 20 is avowedly more political. While the previous three lists included just one elected politician. Today's includes three senators all fire breathing conservative Republicans. Missouri's Josh Holly, Arkansas's Tom Cotton and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. All have been highly critical of Chief Justice John Roberts for not being conservative enough. Also on the list are to current or former Trump Administration Justice Department officials who have been carrying Trump's legal banner in the courts. And Paul Clement, who served as solicitor general in the George W. Bush administration and is considered perhaps the best legal advocate among the very able lawyers who practice regularly before the Supreme Court. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington Smoke is blanketing the West Costa's dozens of major wildfires burn out of control from Washington to California. NPR's Nathan Rot reports the size and scale of the fire is currently burning in a few Western states is rewriting the history books. More than two million acres of land burnt California has already surpassed its annual record of areas scorched, and it's on ly now entering what's typically it's busiest time of year. In Oregon Governor Kay Brown is warning of unprecedented damage and possibly loss of life because of fires and in Washington state. Further north more than 330,000 acres burned in a single day, more than in 12 of the state's previous 18 fire seasons..

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Can He Do That?

Can He Do That?

05:43 min | 10 months ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Can He Do That?

"Position of the White House. In these cases. Yes this is. The trump administration justice department was defending against trump administration officials. Having to comply with these as subpoenas They are making that case in court and they're separate from the legal team defending trump in the impeachment trial. That's right there's a private team of lawyers and also White House this council Patsy Bologna who are representing president trump in the Senate impeachment. Trial are impeachment. Trial lawyers the president's personal lawyers on his own retainer or are they the employees by the government to defend the president. So there's both his private attorneys and also the White House counsel White House lawyers working together to defend president trump so a government government body is defending president to some extent. That's right and that there's a long history of that that they are defending the president in his official role as president. That was this. What happened for Bill Clinton as well? Okay so now that we've got that covered. What position has the Justice Department taken in these ongoing legal battles so the Justice Department has told all the court repeatedly that they should stay out of what they're calling a political food fight between Congress and the White House and the courts? Don't have a role there. These are political disputes. The court should not be taking sides here and should let them work it out on their own and that's very different than what. Trump's lawyers are arguing in the Senate trial. Well that was interesting. We've only heard from them on one day and Pats Bologna and Jaysekulow made a big point of saying that the House had rush this process that we have the federal courts. That's there for that. They should let the court judicial review. Take place I about these subpoenas before going to impeachment so essentially if I can summarize this you're saying that trump's impeachment lawyers are trying to block witnesses and evidence by suggesting that the courts should be the ones to decide on those matters and the a kneel in the courts trump's lawyers are arguing that it's not the courts place design things like this so that's pretty confusing. Why are trump's impeachment lawyers? Here's going this route. Will they are trying to block Witnesses and new evidence from being admitted but it potentially undercuts the Justice Department lawyers have been saying in court which is quite the opposite that the courts have no role. The Justice Department would say that they're consistent arguments that the house is insisting that there is judicial review. They have to wait and let it play out before we're going to impeachment but people like Adam Schiff say we can't wait. We can't delay as we see the courts. Take a long time to sort out these issues. Is it unusual that you might not one defendant but two different legal teams arguing conflicting strategies. Well we've only have this happen to other times in our history. I think we'll be watching for is to see how. How consistent the arguments his Senate trial lawyers are with those being made by the Justice Department but in reality they have two different jobs? Trump's Senate defense team team is part of a political process will be talking about why this is unfair In that narrative and the Justice Department lawyers are really arguing about a body of precedent an and cases that have existed over time and trying to defend him from more of a legal position on the constitution. And these legal questions. So how much was it. A problem that at these strategies from his lawyers contradict will have consequences for the the Senate trailer in the courtroom yet. We don't know yet. It's possible at the Appeals Court could ask the lawyers for for the House and from the Justice Department. How does this position that President Trump Senate lawyers Senate trial lawyers? How has the position? They've taken effect what you've said in court but we don't know yet we haven't heard from them. What's the best possible outcome for? Trump's varies legal parties that the issue is not resolved in court anytime soon. And the worst that the rule on mcgann and his subpoena and the Muller Subpoenas While this is taking place so that would come through in time to be part of the Senate trial well even if appealed it would be a headline and part of the conversation. I'm sure that the house managers bring that up on the floor and that that would become part of the conversation ultimately does trump's legal strategy and the courts here of fighting Congress on things like subpoenas and evidence and witnesses. Set some sort of precedent precedent for future presidents to take when they disagree with Congress is requesting them absolutely. That's why these cases matter for future lawmakers and future presidents the struggle and separation of powers will determine to what extent sitting presidents have to turn over financial information make top advisors available for Congress. I perform their oversight role. So these are the important questions that will Determine how our government operates going forward all right and thank you so much for your time. Thanks for having me. The Senate impeachment trial of President Trump continued Thursday with the house. Managers delivering arguments focused on trump's alleged abuse of power. We'll keep you updated here on. Can he do that. With continuing deep dive on the major news and presidential power themes that emerged from the trial for morning briefings on all that happened in the Senate the day before tune into another one of the posts podcasts. 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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on We The People

We The People

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on We The People

"There could be a fight on the question of whether the report itself that bar is supposed to provide right is going to actually be be released. I just know that congress will have lots John mentioned some of the ways congress could basically incentivise release of the report by sort of choking off other executive branch functions. I didn't there are other ways. The congress can get the exact same information out onto the public record. Even if it's not the literal physical document that the special counsel also sends to the Attorney General John Steve mentioned, the possibility of congress subpoenaing Muller. If congress subpoenaed Muller could the president block Muller's testimony by invoking executive privilege. Is this a good question? I I completely agree that if bar or Trump refused to release the report and congress can effectively try to reconstruct. The report they could bring all the same witnesses that Barr had testify and ask them the basically the same questions, and they could try to get. Yeah. As as you say other people who are involved investigation to testify. So I think it's always been the practice that the president and the executive branch have claimed the right to block former executive branch officials from testifying about matters, which are privileged. The interesting question is more. What would happen if someone defies it? You know? So for example, Jim Komi has testified repeatedly in congress on matters, which actually would fall within the direct communication privilege between the present. He's testified about things actually that he and Trump talked about. And then he's also testified in spoken in public. A lot about internal F B I and Justice department discussions and consideration about whether to prosecute and who to investigate these are all the matters really are the core of the executive privilege. But if Trump tried to stop him the question is what's sanctioned could Trump pursue or the Trump administration Justice department pursue against him? He could probably proceed someone for leaking classified information. But you know, I soon that the mullahs report would be scrubbed all that. So I know actually know if Muller sorta showed up in a hearing and just brought a copy of the report with them and handed it over to congress, even though it might violate the privilege. I don't know what the executive branch could actually do to him in terms of a sanction to stop him picking up on that Steve other any other forms in which Muller. Might try to release information about the investigation where Trump could invoke executive privilege to block testimony interviews and so forth, either by Muller or by anyone else. I you know, as as John points out. I think we have plenty of evidence of, you know, former governor -ployees testifying about matters that ought to have come with one of these privileges and Japan think it's important to stress. I mean, we're all fixated frothiness reasons on the indictments that special counsel has obtained to date and might still obtain going forward and the ultimate recommendations he may or may not make to congress with regard to the president. I think it's worth keeping in mind that this investigation started as a counterintelligence investigation not a criminal investigation. And the reason why that matters at least to me Jeff is because separate from the report that special counsel Muller has to file with the attorney general under twenty six hundred point eight the special counsels. Presumably also going to have to report to the intelligence committees about the findings of the counterintelligence investigation. And I think I mentioned that because you know, John mentioned the the specter of potentially having classified information and national security secrets I think that's the one. Place where you would see the strongest impossibility of any opportunity on the part of the executive branch to actually prevent testimony from happening. And yet I do think there's quite clear that is going to have to report in some form to the intelligence committees. Even if behind closed doors, I just I can't imagine a court hold him that executive privilege would allow the president to stop the special counsel.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"That Putin said as strongly as you. Can say, it they have no information on Trump adding one thing you know if they had it would have been out more from CBS on. The story coming up at the bottom of the hour a southern Illinois pastor says. He still has not gotten reward money for a tip he gave two years ago to the FBI and police about a man accused of shooting an. Officer Astor giancana th told authorities in two thousand sixteen he believed, racy Pendleton, broke into, his church also shot a Muhammad police officer Illinois Record show. Pendleton died in, a shootout near the church cemetery in may of two thousand sixteen Kanat says he doesn't understand why he hasn't received the FBI's ten thousand dollar reward or the Champaign county crime stoppers reward of a thousand dollars says you'd like to use the money to repair, his church champagne police sergeant explained that. A tip, must lead to an arrest or recovery of evidence that solves a crime Pendleton was never arrested in connection with case Davitti WBZ news. Time ten twenty two this is Bruce Jackson talking about healthcare by a two to. One margin Americans aren't laws to protect provision preventing discrimination against those people with preexisting conditions several new polls released this summer show voters are unhappy with. The Trump administration's Justice department and its support of Republican legal effort to end, preexisting And condition protections though legal experts don't, think the Trump Justice department will. Be successful the polls by heart research. And the Kaiser family foundation Joe, healthcare remains a top concern of voters headed into the midterm elections and the Affordable. Care Act. Which protects people with preexisting conditions remains popular largely because an estimated, one hundred and twenty, million Americans need such.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of a letter from kim jong on and if the north korean leader rights of quote epochal progress in improving relations the two sides were to have met today on returning the remains of americans who died in the korean war that has been postponed until sunday in south west the first city to revolt against president bashar assad has fallen under regime control state tv today showed the syrian flag flying in dara amid destroyed buildings it said rebels agreed to surrender along with their heavy weapons parts of northeastern syria and north western syria remained outside the control of the assad government officials in japan now confirm at least two hundred people have died in this week's flood disaster around hero shema with dozens still missing piles of waterlogged debris still dominate the landscape more than two hundred thousand households have no water as extreme heat lingers over the area back in this country the trump administration's justice department has appealed a federal judges ruling that allowed time warner and at and t to merge in june the judge rejected the government's argument that the combination will hurt competition and hike prices the founder of one of the nation's largest pizza chains has resigned as chairman after using a racial slur john schnatter papa john's stepped down last night and issued an apology it already resigned as ceo last year after criticising nfl players for protesting during the national anthem and on wall street stocks were covered yesterday's lost ground as tech shares came up big the dow jones industrial average gained two hundred and twenty four points to close near twenty four thousand nine twenty five the nasdaq rose one hundred and seven points more than one percent and the sp five hundred added twenty four so to come on the news hour ohio governor john kasich critique of us foreign policy the government reunites some immigrant families but says others do not qualify the infamous emmett till case reopened amid new evidence and much more.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Pod Save America

"In some twitter plaudits to a guy who runs death camps in stars country that's a bad thing and i think trump should be criticized for that if when he does that kim jong hoon is not your bff all right let's talk about some healthcare news last week the trump administration's justice department said it would no longer defend the affordable care act in court specifically the part of the law that protects up to one hundred and thirty million americans with pre existing conditions from being denied coverage by insurance companies the justice department took the position as part of a case in which texas and nineteen other conservative attorney general attorneys general challenging the affordable care act is unconstitutional we're going to talk about what an unusual and dramatic step this is by the justice department with our guest don really whose job it was to defend the aca to the supreme court when he was a bama solicitor general but i thought you and i should talk about sort of the political aspects of this story i first of all just another example of how unbelievably awful just jeff sessions is turning general there was this decision that happened came out on thursday night today on monday jeff sessions by the way also decided that the united states will no longer grant asylum to victims of domestic violence or gang violence that those will no longer be categories by which we look to people coming here from other countries fleeing violence and say we will grant you asylum which is just beyond despicable to me and we should just take a second to talk about that before we get back to the healthcare thing it is it runs so counter to who we as americans at least thought we were prior to this moment that it is it is sickening and i think it is a reminder and i don't wanna get overly dark here.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Congressional action right to try did pass that's a build it's got a lot of wisconsin connections to it principal sponsor in the senate was a senator johnson congressman growth in champion it in the house that pass i also want to get his perspective on a couple of other things including this bizarre situation in which the trump administration justice department which really isn't the trump administration justice department because the president is not asserted control over the justice department is just openly defying congress and there's another column today's wall street journal by kimberley strassel who's all over this so maybe we'll throw question to glen about that and a few other things that we'll talk about him so that's right around four forty five the afternoon on that issue it is remarkable to be how virtually every prediction the critics of trump made about trump has been wrong almost every single prediction has been rug including some things that i think some of his supporters that they were right about he hasn't gone hog wild with regard to unilaterally changing immigration policies in the way that a lot of people have wanted while they've been head fakes on sanctions there's not any real trade wars in place but what are the things that they said is that trump was just going to be a fascist that he was going to commandeer all arms of the government and run roughshod over the constitution you heard that ninety seven they just kept saying it over.

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The Trump Fixer Who ‘Knows Where All the Bodies Are Buried’

Today

02:11 min | 2 years ago

The Trump Fixer Who ‘Knows Where All the Bodies Are Buried’

"Keep quiet about an alleged sexual liaison with mr trump our correspondent nick brian's reports from new york this was a media circus of barnum and bailey proportions a measure of the importance of this ruling also the presence in court of the president's longtime lawyer stroke fixer michael cohen the porn star stormy daniels vista was trying to limit the ability of federal prosecutors to examine documents sees last week in raids on his home office and safety deposit box materials he claims should be covered by ernie client privilege another legal team representing president trump and arguing against the trump administration's justice department made the same case the federal prosecutors told the court that attorney client privilege didn't apply in criminal investigations targeting the lawyer and the mr trump mr koons main clients should not receive special treatment judge in california has ruled that a class action lawsuit against facebook over its use of facial recognition technology should go ahead the lawsuit alleges that facebook gathered biometric information without user's consent in breach of a state law in illinois it's the latest challenge to high the social network collect data a report has find that voluntary groups are less involved in rehabilitating offenders in england and wales than they've ever been despite government reforms designed to increase their role the chief inspector of probation damn glenys stacey says financial pressures are largely to blame here's our home affairs correspondent danny shaw when the government partially privatized the probation system for years ago it wanted the voluntary sector to play a key role in mentoring offenders and helping turn their lives around but dane clan is stacey says that objective has not been realized a situation she describes as exasperated the reasons outlined in the inspection report include complex contracts that have put some charities off and funding problems which have left rehabilitation companies with less money than anticipated the future for some offenders dame glenis says looks bleak ministers acknowledge there's much more to be done.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The crosshairs plane that well there's the the the the theory is about this when when the obama administration or any administration goes to the secret five a court to get a warrant to spy on unamerican that war and if it's granted is for a finite period of time say ninety days and a theory here is that the obama administration goes get say warrant on um uh carter page at last ninety days those ninety days overlap into the trump administration now if uh if the justice department wants to extend the uh the surveillance beyond ninety day says that go back to the court nasty again and so the i think uh at least the theory and where rosenstein comes into this is that they're wondering whether the the uh trump administration justice department went back and asked again uh for this warrant that was based in part uh on the dossier so we have to have to see what happened there but that's how rosen science name has arisen in connection with this dossier uh we now have to move on to the immigration proposals raised by the administration last friday and it was shocking to many of us because we went from eight hundred thousand individuals who had registered for the daca program who would receive some type of citizenship ten to twelve years with the limits in legal immigration and visa lottery and board border wall to one point eight million people receiving amnesty now the republicans no shock to me uh come back and say no no no no no we can't have these cuts to legal immigration so he's negotiating against himself on friday and other republicans no no no that's not good enough i don't i don't understand this at all well i think there's a couple of things um if you remember during the.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on WCTC

"Of the general conversation it's almost been digested already um and uh members of the uh republicans who have seen this are suggesting that that the memo actually does contain a good bit more than that uh but we've got to wait and see i mean this is one of these situations in which uh people like you and me or kind of talking in the dark and the people who've actually seen it the careful ones or are being pretty careful right and byron why is rosenstein in the crosshairs explain that well is there's uh the the the the theory is about this when when the obama administration or any administration goes to the secret fis the court to get a warrant to spy on unamerican that war if it's granted is for a finite period of time say ninety days and a theory here is that the obama administration goes gets a warrant on uh uh carter page at last ninety days those ninety days overlap into the trump administration now if uh if the justice department wants to extend the uh the surveillance beyond ninety day says a go back to the court nasty again and so the i think uh at least the theory and where rosenstein comes in this is that they're wondering whether the the uh trump administration justice department went back and ask again uh for this warrant that was based in part uh on the dossier so we have to have to see what happened there but that's how rosen signs name has arisen in connection with this dossier uh we now have to move on to the immigration proposals raised by the administration last friday and it was shocking to many of us because we went from eight hundred thousand individuals who had registered for the daca program who would receive some type of citizenship ten to twelve years with a limits in legal immigration and visa lottery and bore border wall to one point eight million people receiving amnesty now the republicans no shock to me come back and say no no no no no we can't have these cuts to legal immigration so he's negotiating against himself on friday and other republicans who are no no that's not good enough i don't i don't understand this at all well i think there's a couple of things um if you remember during the.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KOIL

"To be at all you right about the secret society thing i i believe i wrote that very naive the two could be nothing republicans ought to be careful with it um but you know on the overselling thing one thing that we we've all heard speculated about this is that it's going to show this memo going to show that the obama administration improperly used the the unvetted and the unverified information from the memo excuse me from the dossier which was the course of clinton opposition research document to to get a supersecret spying warrant uh on on american most likely carter page well that has become part of the general conversation it's almost been digested already um and uh members of the uh republicans who have seen this are suggesting that that the memo actually does contain a bit more than that uh but we've got to wait and see i mean this is one of these situations in which uh people like you and me or kind of talking in a dark and the people who've actually seen at the careful ones are are being pretty careful right and byron why is rosenstein in the crosshairs explain that well is there's um the the the the theory is about this when when the obama administration or any administration goes to the secret fis the court to get a warrant to spy on american that warrant if it's granted is for a finite period of time say ninety days and a theory here is that the obama administration goes gets a warrant on um uh carter page at last ninety days those ninety days overlap into the trump administration now if uh if the justice department wants to extend the uh the surveillance beyond ninety days as we go back to the court nascar again and so the i think uh at least in theory and where rosenstein comes into this is that they're wondering whether the the uh trump administration justice department went back and asked again uh for this warrant that was based in part uh on the dossier so we have to have to see what happened there but that's how rosen signs name has arisen in connection with this dossier uh we now have to move on to the.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on KPCC

"The break so stay with us live from npr news in washington on chase stevens us attorney general jeff sessions is pledging to crack down on government lake saying they undermine national security he says the number of criminal leak investigations more than tripled in the early months the trump administration justice department is reviewing guidelines that make it difficult to subpoena journalists for their sources x parmaceuticals chief martin squarely says he feels exonerated by jury's decision indy securities fraud trial squarely was convicted on three counts but acquitted of five others including charges of trying to steal from his old drug company this was a witchhunts of of epic proportions then maybe they found one or two groups thanks but at the end of the day we've been acquitted of the most important charge this case i'm delighted this the report that squarely could be sentenced to up to twenty years in prison his new york trial drew national attention because in two thousand fourteen he purchased the rights of a lifesaving drawn that cost thirteen dollars thirty cents he raised the price to seven fifty propel the us economy gained two hundred nine thousand jobs last month npr's chris arnold reports at the labor department released the latest figures early friday the job gains were slightly better than expected most analysts were predicting about one hundred eighty thousand jobs added with the unemployment rate dipping slow lightly to four point three percent this latest report suggests that the us economy is in pretty good shape still wage growth remains sluggish maverick hourly earnings were up two point five percent from a year ago and it most economists would like to see wages rising more quickly said spending by everyday americans is the biggest driver of the economy chris arnold npr news it's been another challenging day for firefighters in montana where weather conditions are expected to make several major wildfires even worse montana has the most large polices of any state twelve of them are consuming nearly sixty thousand acres montana public radio's eric whitney has more new data show that most of the state is now in a severe to exceptional drought that started this spring weeks of high temperatures low humidity and no rain have dried out forests in windy conditions forecast could cause rapid fire spread evacuation orders or warnings are in.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm chase stevens us attorney general jeff sessions as pledging to crack down on government lake saying they undermine national security he says the number of criminal leak investigations more than tripled in the early months that the trump administration justice department is reviewing guidelines that make it difficult to subpoena journalists for their sources exparma suitable chief martin squarely says he feels exonerated by a jury's decision in his securities fraud trial squarely was convicted on three counts but acquitted of five others including charges of trying to steal from his old drug company this was a witchhunt of of epic proportions on maybe they found one or two groups steps but at the end of the day we've been acquitted of the most important towards this case i'm delighted as the horta squarely could be sentenced to up to twenty years in prison his new york trial drew national attention because in two thousand fourteen he purchased the rights of a lifesaving drug that cost thirteen dollars thirty cents he raised the price to seven fifty propel the us economy gained two hundred nine thousand jobs last month then pierre's chris arnold reports at the labor department released the latest figures early friday the job gains were slightly better than expected most analysts were predicting about one hundred eighty thousand jobs added with the unemployment rate dipping slightly to four point three percent this latest report suggests that the us economy is in pretty good shape still wage growth remains sluggish average hourly earnings were up two point five percent from a year ago and it most economists would like to see wages rising more quickly said spending by everyday americans is the biggest driver of the economy.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"She quotes mary boys who for twenty years has worked with military leaders she has part of grew pulled business executives for national security and she says in general military top brass are among the most impressive people in our country there are also the ones least likely to recommend a some kind of military action because they know and experience the costs and they're also the most likely to be non partisan to go beyond any partisan game plane and that i think is part of the problem with the memorandum that the that you're referring to we'll be right back with more of your calls on medved show this portion of the michael medved show is brought to you by food for the ooh but that sarin news on key figures in washington attorney general jeff sessions pledged on friday to rein in government leaks that he said undermine american security the nation's top law enforcement official cited no current investigations in which disclosures of information had jeopardised the three but he said the number of criminal league probes have more than tripled in the early months the trump administration justice department officials also said they were reviewing guidelines put in place to make a difficult for the government to subpoena journalists about their sources at would not rule out the possibility that a reporter could be prosecuted a federal appeals court on friday overturned the first degree murder conviction of a former black water security contractor ordering a new trial for the man prosecutors save fired the first shots in the two thousand seven slayings of fourteen iraqi civilians at a crowded traffic circle in baghdad of wall street the dow up by sixty seven points this is srn news this is john mccollum for these licensed public adjusters at asia tech public adjusters.

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"trump administration justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"trump administration justice department" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Except one accepted richer back and the weird thing about that is by all appearances deutsche bank had just as much reason to want to be rid of donald trump is a customer as the other banks that maybe even more so less than a decade ago not only did trump failed to pay deutsche bank over three hundred thirty million dollars he owed them on alone loan for trump tower and chicago when they tried to collect on that loan he turned around and suit them he kinda was their fault that the apartments in his new trump tower runup selling he turned around as he owed them three hundred thirty million dollars he turned around and sue them for three billion dollars he did not win but even after stunts like that deutsche bank inexplicably continued lending donald trump money a lot of money hundreds of millions of dollars and that is now a new kind of awkward because now trump is president of the united states and the trump administration's justice department is currently deciding whether or not to bring federal criminal charges against deutsche bank for its role in a ten billiondollar russian money laundering operation deutsche bank has already paid hundreds of millions of dollars in fines over this money laundering fiasco but that's nothing compared to what the feds could extract from them if federal prosecutors decided to bring charges on top of the state charges they have already faced congressional democrats of recently been sounding alarms about the ability of that trump justice department to conduct this investigation into deutsche bank and russian money laundering to be able to do it fairly given trump's personal obligations to that bank.

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