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Trump: Mueller Hearing A "Devastating Day For The Democrats"

Ben Shapiro

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Trump: Mueller Hearing A "Devastating Day For The Democrats"

"President trump called it a devastating day for Democrats after seven hours of testimony from former special counsel Robert Muller the Democrats had nothing and now they have less than nothing and I think they're going to lose the twenty twenty election very big including congressional seats because of the path that they

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Trump, Mueller and obstruction of justice

90.3 KAZU Programming

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Trump, Mueller and obstruction of justice

"News now let's turn to one of the members of Congress who question Mahler tomorrow California congresswoman Karen bass is a Democrat and serves on the house Judiciary Committee she is also chair of the congressional black caucus and joins us from hell welcome thank you given that he said he won't stray from the public information in the report and the justice department reiterated that warning him yesterday to stick to what's in the report are you actually hoping to elicit new information from Miller tomorrow we we actually are and I think that it was unfortunate what came from the justice department yesterday because that to me I viewed it as just an attempt to intimidate Muller he doesn't even work for the justice department anymore so what was the point what could be the purpose of a memo like that a request in that time I mean he said he wanted guidance from the justice department and the memo said it was in response to his request yes but I do believe that that's where they are coming from and I think the president has been pretty clear about that as well but let me just tell you that I am hoping that he provides a little more context to the report but even if he just confirms what is in the report I think the charges of obstruction of justice are devastating in and of themselves and then our concern has been that the American public probably has not read the report especially because you had Attorney General Barr come out and sent the signal to the American public that there's no reason to read this report because the report completely exonerates the president which is a complete lie this is interesting so what I hear you saying is that even if Miller doesn't go beyond what's in the report there is value just in getting kind of the TV moments where he will reiterate and say on camera what he's already said in writing yeah and I mean I don't see it so much as a TV moment but I do think that the American public needs to hear from his voice what is in this report so I think what you'll find from the Democrats that we will be very disciplined very organized we're clear about what it is we're doing in terms of volume two and obstruction of justice I don't know what my Republican colleagues will do but I won't be surprised to see a little bit of theater coming from their side I just want to be clear because you've referred to volume two if listeners have not read them all the report volume one is about collusion volume two is about obstruction of justice you're gonna be asking about obstruction of justice what specifically are you going to ask Robert Muller well we're going to have a a meeting of judiciary today and will be given our parts as to what we will focus on I will tell you that my particular interest is on hearing what the White House counsel McGann has to say in the report and to have Muller confirm or deny or correct to provide context essentially the White House counsel McCann was told to fire Muller and then he was told to cover it up and so I think that type of information really has not gotten out in the public space and knowing that this is exactly what is in the Muller reporting having him confirm it I do think there's a lot of value to that you said that you do not as of now support an impeachment inquiry into the president is there anything you might hear tomorrow that you think might change your mind I'm hoping that he will provide additional information that might bring better clarity but let me just say that I would love to see the president impeached and I would love to see him the victim if we move toward impeachment I believe that the Democrats all need to be on the same page and at this point in time we have for five committees that are all involved in either investigation or oversight and when that process has been completed when our leadership is on the same page and the committee chairs are on the same page if the decision is to move forward with impeachment I will be there one hundred percent but as of right now I believe this is too early in the process all of us want this to be over I'd like it to be over to but I wanted to be successful do you think that with four or five committees digging into this it's a misplaced focus by the Democrats you know the fact of the matter is the Democrats have been focused on multiple issues unfortunately trump and Muller the investigation has sucked up all the oxygen in is certainly dominating the Airways but if you want to look and see what we did we passed minimum wage we raise the minimum wage for the American public of course it's still has to go through the Senate we have passed gun reform so Democrats are well equipped to do multiple things at the same time congresswoman Karen bass thank you for joining us thank you she's a Democrat from southern California and chair of the congressional black

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"trump mueller" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Have to be a numskull to talk about three hours a day, and yet, that's what they're doing. That's what you're going to hear. And I know the ratings are there for those who do it the audiences there for the Mula Trump's circus. I would rather talk about throat cancer, then Mueller and Trump. And when I listened to Trump just now I almost gagged them. The man has it wrong. He didn't even study what impeachment is based upon what I mean. It's high crimes and misdemeanors. Sir. It doesn't mean that has to be both. It means. It's kinda either or you've committed high crimes and misdemeanors. It doesn't mean you have to approve committed both high crimes and misdemeanors who's advising him. And meanwhile, the border is being overrun. Meanwhile, the nation's businesses not being done. I start to wonder if it's not a gigantic scam. Where the team the establishment team? The Mueller Trump complex is actually one game to keep us talking about them instead of talking about the border being overrun. Instead of talking about the measles, epidemic sort of getting out of control right now. Measles cases are setting a record. Why are we not talking about issues other than Trump Mueller? Is it possible that Plato was right? When he talked about shadows on the wall, and the cave that the people would only look at the shadows on the wall and not understand who will making the shadows, or is that to us a attack for you? So I think maybe if you wanna talk about high crimes and misdemeanors, I'm going to do that. Do you know that high crimes and misdemeanors? Applies not only to the president, but the vice president and all civil officers of the US all civil officers of the US now. You know why Pelosi and Feinstein of dummied up now you know why the damn leadership has dummied up on on impeachment. You know why because it got apply to them? I you'll telling me I you telling me that Feinstein and Pelosi and all of the other, quote civil officers of the US are not possibly open for impeachment based upon treason bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors, you would be you ought to bet the ranch on it that you're wrong, every last one of the leadership in the democrat party could be impeached based upon the high crimes and missed the misdemeanors phrase from section four of article two of the US constitution. Now what is? Hi mean does it mean marijuana, high does doesn't meet high times, and misdemeanors, or high crimes and misdemeanors? That's actually funny in a certain way. I mean, is it high times and misdemeanors? Or as is in America today could be high times and misdemeanors. I, I'm not gonna read you the whole thing. What is high crime? Mean what is what does a misdemeanor mean? Well means different things to different people Benjamin Franklin remember him the guy with the kite and the key Benjamin. Franklin started that the power of impeachment and removal was necessary for those times when the executive quote rendered himself obnoxious. Oh, lord. What do you mean obnoxious to who, who? Well Clinton, Brandon himself up. Not just with I had did not have sex with that woman. He was impeached. And what was Clinton really impeached, for that was a waste of time all over to fair all over an affair? All over lying to congress. Well, okay, so that's high crimes and misdemeanors. President. Andrew Johnson was impeached in eighteen sixty eight what did he do? Well, it was a house vote. He did something in pissed them off. And they said you are going to be impeached. Trial ended, I may twenty six with Johnson's opponents narrowly failing to achieve the two-thirds majority necessary to convict them the same exact thing happened with Clinton, you know that they're going to go through the paces. They're gonna impeach him. It'll be rejected by the Senate. Everyone knows that it's get even with the Republicans for what they did to Clinton. This is how petty and stupid. These lawyers are who run America most of these manifield lawyers, most of the people in congress people could not make a living as lawyers. So they became the next best thing which was a politician. It's the same in talk radio. You have people and talk radio failed. Lawyers, they tried careers in law. They failed in laws. They figure they go into the business, and then they can be as the public and laugh all the way to the Swiss Bank. But it's all nonsense. It's all nonsense, this whole thing. It's, it's lawyers fighting lawyers to get even with each other, and I am saying to you, I'd rather talk about throat cancer than this. But this is all you're interested in. Shall I talk about it? I just did Benjamin. Franklin said that the power impeachment and removal was necessary. Those times when the executive rented himself obnoxious, and the constitution should provide for the regular punishment of the executive when his conduct should serve it, and for his honorable acquittal when he should be unjustly accused, what James Madison say he's the guy who invented the I guess ice cream the ice cream line James Madison, said impeachment was indispensable to defend the community against the incapacity. The, the incapacity negligence or perfidy of the chief magistrate now, most of you don't know what per fitting means. It's an antiquated word what is perfectly. Mean the seat, fullness or on shrew worthiness, I would say that applies to everyone in congress. Perfectly perfectly applies. Virtually everyone in congress because they're all lawyers. Don't lawyers this seat the seat for a living. Don't lawyers practice the C for this for a living. Yes. Don't lawyers practice untruth worthiness for a living. Yes, yes, they do. So under the terms of what James Madison said to defend the community against negligence perfidy. I would say everyone in congress could be could be impeached. Now prior to the Clinton investigation. The house had begun impeachment proceedings against only seven team officials one US Senator to presidents one cabinet member and thirteen federal judges so back to this again. We lived through it with Clinton, it was a dog and pony show simply, so Republicans could feed red meat to the base. Do you understand what I just said to you? Why do you think the Republicans went after Clinton because they could because then they did? I have to do the nation's business that way they could keep raking in the money in toilets around Washington DC that way, K street could grow into the size of an elephant without paying attention. That way, you could bomb nations. You can bomb ice cream factories, you could bomb baby bottle factories. Nobody would pay attention. All they pay attention to is the dog and pony show going on television. As I said, I'd rather talk about throat cancer, then this, unfortunately, I do not have the luxury of talking about throat cancer, because I'm not a throats specialists nor cancer specialist. What do you wanna talk about a you as burned out from this as I am? I'm actually brain dead from it. I'm busy from it. I think any IQ low within let's say I'd say ninety nine to talk about this every day, maybe mistaken, maybe I'm just off in left field. Maybe I'm the last person left and talk radio that you should listen to maybe you should never listened to me anymore. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe when I wrote stop mass hysteria America's insanity from the Salem witch trials to the Trump, which I was wrong. Maybe there is no witch-hunt, or maybe there is a witch on. Maybe. I don't care if there's a witch on. Maybe I'm tired of hearing your name Trump anymore. Maybe I can't stand the name Mueller anymore. Maybe I don't wanna hear anymore this garbage. Maybe I'm more concerned with the fact that the border is being overrun and diseases are reaching epidemic proportions as a result of the disease immigrants that pouring over the border into our hospital's asked people in emergency rooms if I am making this up, but met. Nah, you'd rather talk about this, and you want to vilify, Trump, or you want to vilify Mueller. Isn't that neat and easy for the establishment? Isn't that perfect wasn't Plato? Right. When he said the people will only see the shadows on the wall right now. It looks like Trump is a shadow and Mueller as shadow. But they're not actually the actors it looks to me like the actors are using them as puppets to cast their shadows on the wall of the cave. So we're talking about the shadows. We see on the wall rather than those who are playing with the puppets, and letting the border being overrun. That's all that's all next case yesterday. I after the show, took one of my old cars variety. It was a nice, warm day. And I parked it somewhere people came over, you know, they always do. It's an old Jag. Yes. Talk to talk. So three ladies from England came one from England one from Ireland another from somewhere. They were visiting and we started to chat and before long because they didn't know I was. I the name Trump came up and they, they recalled with horror and up until that point we were enjoying talking about the Jaguar. And they said, well, do you support him? I said, well, I've been in the Oval Office, I liked the man very much. They said he's disgusting. I said, what do you mean? He's discussing what, what don't you like about? We don't like anything about him. We hate him. I said, put your from England. How could you hate him? I said, you only know what you what you see in the newspapers. They said, no, we don't like him at all. The you understand that there is a polarization in the world. Of people today that I've never seen anything like this. It's as though we're talking about somebody that doesn't even exist. It's pretty amazing, the times, we're living in and they're very, very difficult to live in, if you have to talk about this exclusively. But apparently that is what the people want to talk about. Do I want to talk about it? No. But you're gonna make me talk about it. Shall we? Spend the rest of the year perhaps right up until what year is this? I don't even remember the year anymore. Let's see the thirtieth of may beginning of summer more or less. Twenty nineteen so year from now we're going to be coming into the election cycle for the presidency. And you're going to see this become even a higher fever pitch of madness Trump did this Trump did that Trump didn't do it. Russia did it. There's a Russian and your soup look out Russia's spying on you Russia, did this Russia did that. Meanwhile China's eating us alive. China's taking over pieces of the earth. China is minding the earth for a toxic prefer, excuse me, rare, and essential elements that we need for our electron IX. Meanwhile they were allowed to buy the land in Nevada. That's still had some of these rare earth minerals on their who Barry Obama, permitted them to buy up the last vestiges of independence for the rare earth metals, and he was never impeached, and believe me to me that was a high crime. I shall be back. Join.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"If you could stick with us I'd like to get your take on that before. I let you go. You bet. Great Barbara mcquade. Former US attorney from Michigan. We'll be back with us for more question. When we come back. Stay with us. Back with us again is Barbara mcquade. She's a former US Turney from Michigan Barr. Thank you for sticking with me on this. Logic Cummings chairman of the oversight committee has released a whole bunch of documents tonight, and they're from the office of government ethics that some handwritten notes at some typewritten notes big big pieces of it appear to be redacted this that release from alleged Cummings looks like, but he says that what these documents show is that a couple of lawyers working for the president one who worked for the White House in one who worked for the president in a personal capacity gave false information to the office of government ethics about that hush money payment, the hush money payment that was the basis for the felony charges against Michael on the campaign finance felonies, he's going to prison for next month. Those are the campaign finance felonies is implicated the president is having directed into commit those felonies. Nell coming says that other lawyers so the president gave false statements about those payments to the office of government ethics when they were working on the president's sort of financial disclosure about these these matters is this something that is sort of slap on the wrist territory is this potentially illegal. Legal if they made false statements about those payments. Yes. A making a full statement to any one in government is a crime. It's the same statute eighteen USC sexual one thousand one full statements. It's the same crime. We've seen Robert Mueller charged many times for lying to the FBI or line to congress. It is similarly a crime to lie to a government agency about some matter that they are looking at within their jurisdiction. So if the office of government ethics is is looking into this and someone makes a false statement to them that is a prosecutable offense. And that this is one of those cases where there's a popular perception that it only matters. If you lied if you were under oath, but lawyers will tell you it doesn't matter if you're under oath, if you were lying to federal officials in that kind of a context it's a crime, regardless of whether or not you ever put your hand on a bible. Absolutely, right. It's a different crime. If you if you lie under oath, it's a crime of perjury, if you're not under oath, it's different crime crime of false statements, but they're both punishable by up to five. Five years in prison. Barbara mcquade former US attorney for Michigan. You helped us so much over the course of our production day working on these stories, and it's great to have you here being clarion as always Barr. Thank you so much. Thanks. Rachel is much more to get too. Busy. Busy busy Friday night. Stay with us. This will go down in the history of the Trump presidency as the day he declared a national emergency a national emergency in national emergency that requires him to build a wall between us and Mexico because of immigrants crossing the southern border. What will also hopefully, go down in history is the fact that right after he declared that national emergency. He immediately got on a plane and flew away to go to one of his private clubs to play golf for the weekend. One of his clubs where he and his business are under increasing scrutiny, including possible legal scrutiny for hiring. Lots and lots of illegal immigrants to come work for him..

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"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The judge quote. We have now spent considerable time talking about multiple clusters of false or misleading or incomplete or needed to be prodded by council statements, all of which center around the defendants relationship or. Communications with Mr. Kalinic. The judge continues, quote, this is a topic at the undisputed core of the office of special counsel's investigation as paragraph b of the appointment order put it she's quoting the appointment. Order that established the special counsel's office with Robert Muller at its helm. She quotes that appointment order where Muller is assigned to look into quote, any links and or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump campaign. Joining us now is Barbara mcquade. Former US attorney from the great state of Michigan. Barb. Thank you so much for being here. I have a lot of things I want to talk to you about. Yeah. Thanks for each busy day. Yeah. Man. It all happens. All at once in the Manafort transcript that we got today out of DC, the recurring themes like a seventy page transcript is that Manafort lied a lot to the government. The judge finds that he did breach. His cooperation deal he did it on purpose, and she really hones in on him lying about his communications with this. Guy Kalinic who the government says is tied to Russian intelligence. You were talking the other night about the the importance of why Manafort might have lied, and what specifically he was lying about. Now that we see the judge spell it out. What do you make of this? He will as you pointed out, he went took on great risk by lying knowing that he was risking this substantial prison term to lie, and we see in this transcript that more than half of it relates to his his statements about his contacts with Constantine Kalinic much of it is redacted. So we don't know exactly what it was. He was obscuring. But she does say that the FBI has that Constantine Kalinic was connected to Russian intelligence, and that was what he went out of his way to lie about she also points out these were not lapses of memory or failures to recollect. He created false narratives about matters that he was asked about Constantine Kalinic. And so he certainly was very deliberate. In line about Constantine Kalinic. And so there's still some mystery there for us, but those redacted bars may reveal the rest of the story and bar when you see this. Prosecutors ask for nineteen and a half to twenty four and a half years for Manafort just in Virginia that judge that ruled that he deliberately lied about. All those communications with Kalinic that judge is yet to start the sentencing process with him that sentencing won't happen until next month. But this recommendation from prosecutors that in the Virginia case alone should be looking at nineteen to twenty four years. Does that mean we should expect that he will get nineteen to twenty four years? Well, the that's the sentencing guidelines, it's sort of a starting point where judges are supposed to look to calculate a sentence. And it has a very numerical score. You mentioned some of the things that go into that cystic, aided means and leadership role all these kinds of things and you come up with kind of a math score, and you go to a table. And that's where you get that range of nineteen to twenty four. And then the judge is allowed to consider midday. Gating factors and aggravating factors to decide whether the Senate should be a little bit below that or a little bit above that. Based on this filing. They can't think of any mitigating factors. And in fact, there are aggravating factors for someone who is very wealthy who is highly educated and yet based solely on greed decides to commit these crimes. The defense will file something certainly that tries to point out some mitigating factors. But I can't imagine they're going to say things that convince the judge to go substantially below that range. Wow. Barbecue could stick with us for a second. There's one other matter that I wanted to ask you about which was actually matter raised by congress today to more lawyers associated with the president now being accused by congress of lying to officials lying to federal officials about that hush money. Crime for which Michael Cohen is going to prison next month..

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"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"They were routine and manafort's repeated misrepresentations to financial institutions were brazen at least some of which were made at a time when he was the subject of significant national attention. Neither the probation department nor the government is aware of any mitigating factors. Manafort, did not commit these crimes out of necessity or hardship. He was well educated professionally successful and financially well off he nonetheless, cheated, the US treasury and the public out of more than six million dollars in taxes at a time when he had substantial resources Manafort committed Bank fraud to supplement his liquidity because his lavish spending exhausted his substantial cash resources when his overseas income dwindled finally Manafort pled guilty in September twenty eighteen in the US District court for the district of Columbia to other crimes committed over an even longer period, the government references those crimes below in particular because they demonstrate the. Pendants, concerted criminality, including the conduct to which he pled guilty from his earliest two thousand five and continuing up until the defendants involvement in an obstruction of Justice conspiracy between February and April of twenty eighteen a crime Manafort committed while under indictment into jurisdictions and subject to court ordered Bill conviction convictions conditions, excuse me, quote in the end Manafort acted for more than a decade as if he were above the law and deprived, the federal government and various financial institutions of millions of dollars. The sentence. Here should reflect the seriousness of these crimes and serve to both deter Manafort and others from engaging in such conduct hoof, no mitigating factors. In addition to there being no mitigating factors. Prosecutors also tell the judge that Manafort deserves an enhancement of his sentence because he was effectively the leader of other people committing this criminal scheme, quote, Manafort controlled the money at this. Issue. He recruited others to facilitate these crimes, and he claimed a larger share of the proceeds further Manafort was plainly, the leader involves numerous individuals who are both knowing and unknowing participants in the criminal scheme. This included. Rick gates and Constantine Kalinic manafort's tax preparers, his bookkeepers and others in Cyprus who were involved in originating and maintaining the defendants overseas accounts under the factors set forth in the guidelines the leadership enhancement is warranted..

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"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Top of all of that still deriving from those same felonies now tonight, congressman Elijah Cummings. The estimable chairman of the house oversight committee in the house has just published. These nineteen pages of notes, some of them are typed. A lot of them are reducted. Some of them are hand scrawled and very hard to read. These are notes from the office of government ethics congressman Cummings has released these notes he has also released to the public a letter to Trump organization lawyer also released to the public another letter that he has sent to the new White House. Council. Those letters demand information related to those hush money payments, and those letters make the explosive allegation that it's not just Michael Cohen that two additional Trump lawyers one who worked in the White House and another lawyer who represents Trump in a personal capacity. She was actually the one who orchestrated that stunt during the transition where Trump sat there by the big piles of papers and supposedly handed over control of his business to his sons, the lawyer who orchestrated that in another lawyer who lurked worked in the White House, according to Elijah Cummings tonight, they may themselves be in trouble for making false statements about those hush money payments, quote, new documents obtained by the committee from the office of government ethics. Describe false information provided by the lawyers representing President Trump, including Sherry Dillon. President Trump's personal attorney and Steven pass Tino. Former deputy White House counsel for compliance and ethics who has now left the White House to represent the Trump. Organization. President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen is now going to prison in part for his role in these hush money payments during his guilty plea. Mr. Cohen said he did this in coordination with and at the direction of the president for the principal purpose of influencing the election..

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"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The US attorney's office filed a response with court laying out why in fact, the Roger stone case and the case are all about the same thing. And in the course of making that argument to the court we learned from the special counsel's office today that some of the. Are you defendant? Some of these Russian military intelligence officers who have been charged by Muller for interfering in the election. Some of those defendants according to prosecutors quote interacted directly with Roger stone concerning stolen materials posted online. Prosecutors also explain how they ended up with evidence against Roger stone when they seized material for the Russian military intelligence case, quote as alleged in the indictment in two thousand sixteen the GRU defendants stole documents from the DNC the Democratic Party from the triple C, the democratic congressional campaign committee, and from the Clinton campaign chair those defendants than released many of the stolen documents, including through a website maintained by WikiLeaks in the course of investigating that activity. The government obtained an executed dozens of search warrants on various accounts used to facilitate the transfer of stolen documents for release as well as to discuss the timing and promotion of their release several of those search warrants executed on account. It's that contained Roger stone's communications is communications with goose for two point. Oh, a fictitious online persona created by the GRU. They said they also obtained stones communications with WikiLeaks, quote evidence obtained from those search warrants resulted in the allegations that the defendants hacked and stole documents for release through intermediaries including WikiLeaks. And that stone lied to a congressional committee investigating among other things the activities of WikiLeaks regarding those stolen documents. So the same search warrant turned up the evidence that led to the charges against these Russian military intelligence officers that they hacked and stole documents for release during the campaign they used WikiLeaks as part of their distribution channel for doing that that same search warrant. Also turned up the information that led to stone being charged for lying to congress about their investigation of among other things Wicky leaks. So. That's molars. Prosecutors today telling federal judge in Washington DC that they've got the communications between Roger stone and Russian military intelligence. They've also got the communication between Roger stone and WikiLeaks concerning these stolen democratic documents that the Russian hacked and then staged for distribution during the campaign in a way that was designed to cause maximum damage to Hillary Clinton and maximum benefit to Donald Trump. Upon getting that argument and those declarations from Robert Muller and the special counsel's office explaining all the links between Roger stone and Russian military intelligence that they turned up through their evidence -ciary searches..

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"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"That means prosecutors are recommending what is in effect a natural life sentence for Paul Manafort. You will recall that there is no parole in the federal prison system. So nineteen to twenty four years. We're going to get to that Manafort situation in a little more detail in a second. But the sentencing recommendation from these prosecutors, it not only spells out what they're hoping to get from the judge in Virginia in terms of manafort's sentence. What's interesting about it? What's worth taking a closer look at in terms of the prosecutors memo tonight is that they also in making this case to the judge. They summarize what they believed to have been manafort's crimes and their seriousness, and whether or not he's done other things on top of those crimes that mean that he should have even more of the book thrown at him. So it is worth looking at that in detail. And we're going to get there in just a moment before we do that though, we shouldn't let the magnitude of what just happened with the president's campaign chair. We shouldn't let that push aside. A couple of other really important things that happened today before we got the Manafort sentencing memo, so there's a couple of things that basically got ripened fell off the tree today when it comes to two other cases that derive from Muller's investigation. And the first one is about Roger stone. President Trump's longtime adviser he was arrested at his home in Florida three weeks ago today, Mr. stone has pled not guilty to seven felony charges. He says he wants to go to trial. He says he is innocent of everything he has been charged with but one of the interesting things about Roger stone's indictment right from the get-go was that on the front page of that indictment. Prosecutors notified the court that they considered his case to have a sibling they considered his case to be formally legally related to this other case that has this case number that you see here. Eighteen CR two fifteen. That case is the molar indictment of dozen Russian military intelligence officers that case is the GRU indictment. One of the core. Indictments of Muller's investigation was that GRU indictment from last year in that indictment.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Male man looking for women. Student with short blond haired coffee. Shop Berkeley, this was near the UC theater. Earlier this evening sat next to you for a minute and seem like you might have been showing signs you were interested, but I'm pretty bad at reading these things. I looked looked like you're reading a textbook of some. So I had a backpack and pizza here's to hoping for a miracle. This boys completely lost. Here was a young lady. Who was busy studying in? This creep went in for a pizza and he has a backpack and he looked at her. He thinks she's in love with them. What's signs was she showing that she was interested? Tell me what they were sat next the guy sat down next to a pretty girl for one minute. And he thought that there was signed. She was interested in what signs would that be what could the size of been that. She didn't talk to you. You don't even know her name. The last one a flight from Arizona. I was on business. You went to Arizona state. You were several rows in front of me exchanged a few words, I choked you caught my eye for a while on the way to the next gate at the destination for for then we went our separate ways. I would say young lady keep going your separate way. This guy's a loser will never amount to anything. He's too timid. Don't don't marry a guy that timid longhair Docker and gray or white male seeking man met on Sawyer camp trail japodlay their target Tuesday night buddy on foul misconduct. You get what I'm saying? Now. One more before we go back to Trump Trump Hewlett Mula. Trump Trump Mueller Mula Trump, Trump your. What is this is a man looking for women or women looking for men? Where I didn't get it. I got something are women from man you want me to do this. Yes. Or no, they turn the show up ready. They're not ready for this. They want to hear all wall banger talk day and night about Mueller impeachment and give all the details of the law. You know, that's all they want. I love all the experts are law experts every little detail. They can tell you in advance. What is this women for men? A free time frenzy if it's dirty. I'm not reading it. Let me just read one met you at a in San Carlos. Oh, look at this. This is a a cougar my daughter, and I were having dinner, and you were sitting at the table next to us. We chatted about SF and spots we mutually new you left me a number. Okay. As you left it. I misplaced it. Sir this cougar with a daughter, you gave her a number and she lost it have nothing more to do with her. A disaster. If she lost your phone number. She's looking for you. Now, could you imagine what a relationship would become like you wish you were dead? This is a dirty one can't read it black bear. Where's the morning chat? Clint's darty. I can't read it. Clint. This one wants this is a woman looking for a man morning. Texting buddy. Let's chat w four m. Hello hope you're well. I'm looking for a male texting buddy. So we can chat during the day. I am fifty two years old work eight to five PM Monday to Friday. Sometimes it gets boring at work. It'd be nice to have someone to talk to hear from you soon. What can you say about sexism lonely woman, who's not doing her work? She should be working. Texting during work one more one. Why can't resist? He just sent him to school drop off pickup. Woman for man, you stare so much knows because I look to next time. I'm alone. Come talk to me. I stand out. I don't understand it. Look, the human condition is so horrible. Everyone's lonely. Everyone's incomplete buying large except when they young or let's say you how it works. Is you meet someone you fall in love you transcend yourself? You get out of yourself. And that's other self becomes your higher power. And only in those periods called love where the other person becomes the higher power, and you transcend your own horrible. Mortal self do you feel all the joy that humankind is capable of feeling at those moments. And that's it. That's why people continuously wanna fall in love is they want that high all over again. However, adults know how it all ends. It ends the way it always ends. It's the way of all of all flesh. So the wise people don't do this over and over again only those who live at Hollywood think that they could have the high day and night for the rest of their lives, and then with the hair plugs and Viagra, you know, some of them get away with it until late in life. But we can go back to politics. If you want and Mueller Trump, I'm not doing it. I'm not doing it. I'd rather read the phone book. Then talk about Mueller a Trump. I'd rather read the telephone book, you know, that I could probably read the dictionary right now and have a bigger audience that I could if I talked about Mueller and Trump I could probably pick up thirty days to a more powerful vocabulary, which I have in my hand, which I've had here since since I was I read this book in high school because I was an immigrant, son. And I wanted to learn more about my language. You know, my answer is to people when they say to me, you speak, and they asked me their language. I say, I'm still learning English. Thank you. I've written all these books, and I speak for a living. But I'm still learning. What this how complex English is how complex this languages. Peccadillo penury megalomania imbroglio braggadocio panacea fiasco, idiosyncrasy rationalize.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on KTRH

"You don't know who the voices? He lifts his head up. But he knows he knows exactly who's voice says. He looks his head up lifts his head up. And he realizes. This is the best stroke of luck. I could've ever hoped for season ends. And now, you don't know who's in the jail cell next to him. But you know that his time in prison. Is not going to prevent him from being a part of this program. So open season three they'll start with congress and Alexandria, Cossio Cortez and Nancy Pelosi and all that. In somewhere toward the beginning. Or toward the end of episode one season three. You see Michael Cohen in the cell next to him. So now, you've got the old New York Democrat Michael Cohen. You know, when I was mad at Trump and supporting crews in the presidential election. I made the point that Trump's own lawyer couldn't vote for him in New York's primary because he was a registered democrat. Member. And I said at the time the word on that guys. He's a scumbag. Oh, he's not a scumbag. Michael, you're just angry. I'm telling you his lawyers a comeback. He's a really bad guy supposed to be not a very good lawyer. But not only that he's a scumbag. He's a really bad, dude. Okay. Well, now, everybody hates the guy. And nobody tells me I don't get to do the I told you so dance. Not that. I would want to. I'm not reminding you that I was right. So Cohen turned on Trump Mueller knew he had a weak link in Cohen. Cohen's the guy that that that you go in and threaten what turned out Cohen was into so many illegal things that all Mueller had to do is go in and go. Hey, here's all these things. We can charge you with. And you know, co and started crying, but. If you'll turn on Trump. We'll make life a lot easier on you. You still gonna have to serve you going to prison. Make no mistake. But for a lot less time. So. Cohen is imprisoned. And he says to his fellow Michael his fellow democrat Cohen now last week Cohen was quoted saying that he's so excited that Michelle Obama is going out on the a book tour to bring her message of hope to Americans. So now Cohen has an ax to grind he's he's the jilted lover he's out to get Trump. And that's where his future is who's going to pay his bills is the Trump haters because he has he has leverage over Trump. He's got some things on Trump. They may or may not be any good. But it's like, I'm Orosa. They figure out the Trump crowd eight with you anymore. You've got kicked out. So now, they they go that. So there's Cohen teaming up in prison with avenue d. Oh ovens relevant again. Albany becomes the mouthpiece. That Cohen needed to.

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Rudy Giuliani puts odds of a Trump-Mueller interview at "50-50"

24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Rudy Giuliani puts odds of a Trump-Mueller interview at "50-50"

"Eight of President Trump's working vacation his lawyer says there is a fifty fifty chance of him. Sitting down with a special, counsel Rudy Giuliani told CBS news chief White House correspondent major Garrett is more optimistic than he has been a week's an interview between the, president and Muller's team might happen sort of taking. Two bits of information and inferences, Muller's got a wrap it up Muller needs. Trump more than Trump needs Muller they've narrowed some of the areas and have, some general light agreement on methodology and, that makes it slightly more possible but fifty. Fifty still is an equal chance. It won't happen as it will the president's legal team wants to limit the scope of questioning and doesn't want Muller to ask. Mr. Trump about obstruction of

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"trump mueller" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"So much Russia Muller Manafort, Guiliani news this week. Manafort trial raced forward really went very quickly for it really, really fast in district of Virginia, Rick gates testified to truly epic line tax evasion and all sorts of other misbehavior by his former boss, and even more epic line embezzlement and adultery by himself. Man, these are these are real pair these two. Meanwhile, the president admitted by tweet that the Trump Tower meeting's purpose was to gather political dirt, which something that has long been denied or hidden and that perhaps added to legal jeopardy for Donald Trump, junior, meanwhile, Robert, Muller and Rudy Giuliani sparred over the possible terms of Donald Trump interview with the presence legal team publicly rejecting the notion. The president would answer questions about obstruction of Justice. There are lots and lots of threads so. Ben, let us start with Trump rather than with Manafort what? What does it matter? Eliminates a different way. What crime could Donald Trump or Donald Trump junior have committed during the Trump Tower meeting or in the what they said about it, or the preparation for it? Well, so Donald Trump junior has potentially more obvious exposure there, which is to say, I'll look, Donald Trump, senior didn't participate in the meeting, and it's not entirely clear that he knew about it at the time which she'd denies. Although there is some reason to be concerned about the integrity of the denial. Donald Trump, junior, by contrast, participated in the meeting affirmatively expressed enthusiasm about getting the promised dirt. And so to the extent that you believe that that that that meeting involved transactions that could be regarded as conspiracies or campaign finance violation. Or any number of other things you know he's directly involved in it. The exposure associated with Donald Trump, senior, I think probably more has to do either if it turned out he in fact knew about it at the time or the activity he engaged in on Air Force One after it emerged where he helped or crafted the statement that his son ended up issuing is clearly under scrutiny as reflect his state of mind with respect to obstruction of Justice and that sort of thing. But I think he does have a little bit more removal from the meeting itself. What's so what's so wrong? Or what is wrong about meeting with somebody who is offering damaging information about your opponent? If that person is a agent of a foreign government? Well, if they're just merely offering nothing directly comes it. Okay. Well, so so the first thing is if you're merely offering something that would be illegal, if. If it happened and you kind of agreed to do it right, and you get together, you're you're kind of arguably in conspiracy land to commit that underlying offense. That raises the question of whether the underlying activity, if it had been consummated would in fact be legal right, ori- legal, and that's a complicated question. Bob Muller has issued to indictments one on the social media manipulation side, the the so called IRA indictment, and the other, the hacking indictment, which both alleged conspiracies on the Russian side of the operation. And so presumably Bob Muller believes that somebody who participated on the American side in one of those two conspiracies would be guilty of a crime that raises the question of whether any construction of the facts associated with this meeting could be construed reasonably much less proven beyond a reasonable. Doubt to have been an American side engagement in either of those conspiracies. And we simply don't have enough facts at this point to assess that question Emily, one of the other fronts this week was the back and forth between Giuliani and Muller. Some of which was the Guiliani part of it was waged publicly Muller's team as as ever was silent. So we have no idea what they're actually saying or doing, but Giuliani and another presidential turning. Jay secular were saying that the president would not answer questions about obstruction of Justice. What what is their case for him? Not answer questions and, and what? Why are they saying that publicly? I don't think there's much of a case for him not to answer all though. It is unresolved, you know, the supreme court while the president that does exist from the Nixon era suggests that the president should have to answer those questions. We've never faced this question directly because the Nixon era. Case is about turning over tapes, not forcing president testify under oath. So I think that the public waging of this campaign is first of all super unskillful and mostly just like throwing up a lot of smoke and mirrors..

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"trump mueller" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Cover that area. The yearbook, can get closer to the shoreline Have. Been your typical boat in the shoreline and land areas where they were they were concentrating. Their search flavor is autistic has closed and bike were found in that area of the Waterford. Visitor's center suit search crews also using drones flavors family. Is. Asking anyone who wants to assist in, the search to come to that Waterford visitor's center. And update to the story about a missing Schenectady woman and her four month old son police had been attempting to check on the welfare of thirty eight. Year old heaven Pulaski Anderson Rayan heaven has been located but the infant still has not been found Schenectady police are looking for any help. Related to that search a counter offer in the back and forth from the president's attorney regarding an interview what special counsel Robert Muller, FOX's John decker with the latest from the White House the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani issuing this response. To special counsel Robert Muller who's seeking to interview the president as part of his investigation stop the. Nonsense you trying to trap him into perjury Because you don't have a case Giuliani said the president's legal team has responded to Muller with a counter offer for proposed. Terms of a. Possible presidential interview Giuliani is, calling on Muller to conclude his probe without further delay the president's, attorneys have said they will. Take a subpoena fight. To court at the White House Jon decker Fox News Carla provost is the new chief of the US border patrol and is the first woman to run the agency I can guarantee you this may be the first female chief of the border patrol but I I am certain that I. Will not be the, last provost was promoted after being named acting. Chief last year women make up only about five percent of border patrol agents and provost is expected to boost the ranks of female agents she'll, be leading efforts to enforce President Trump's crackdown on illegal immigration a local home health. Aides been arrested police, say she stole more than forty thousand dollars from a person she was carrying for police say that Kansas Koon of. Waterville lead stole. The money during parts of two thousand Seventeen and this year saying that she forged and later cashed checks Albany county sheriff Craig apple issues a warning relative to an impostor telephone scam with a person calling. Identifies themselves as a member of the Albany county sheriff's office the person calling falsely identifies themselves. And then, leaves a, contact number people are called instructed there's an urgent civil matter where monies owed the issue must be resolved immediately. Apple says that his, office will never call over the phone to collect or negotiated, debt WGN, news time approaching 1205 our.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The president be questioned or not i'm jack callaghan fox news president trump's personal legal team giving its response to a request from special counsel robert muller to interview the president what they're doing is they're sending to clear messages to robert mueller the special counsel team that they're willing to work with him on one hand on a potential interview with the president but on the other hand they believe it's put up or shut up time in terms of bringing this investigation is some kind of conclusion as part of a deal to get testimony from the president giuliani and jaysekulow declaring this muller's last best chance to get a one on one with the president and pushing for the special counsel to wrap up this investigation they say by september i henry reports attorney rudy giuliani says the team will not allow the president who risk of perjury trap whitehouse announcing new sanctions against russia over the attempted assassination of a former russia's russian spine great britain in the first round of sanctions will limit exports in financing a second round bans the export from the united States have sensitive national security products that's. The one that's expected to really hit Russia hard FOX's John Roberts exposed to a Russian nerve agent former spy Sergei. Scruple and whose daughter recovered, Kremlin denies any involvement New York congressman Chris Collins arrested charged with insider trading US attorney Jeffrey Berman says Collins is a member of the board of a biotech company was told confidential corporate information about a failed drug trial prosecutors say the congressman told his son and his son told his fiancee's father both of them sold their stock. Her also facing charges, boxes Jared Halpern congressman. Collins who represents, the buffalo area is denying the allegations says he will not resign and will stay in the race for reelection a powerful aftershock terrified people on the Indonesian, island of lumber and brought down more buildings on the island of those. Was hit by last seven magnitude quake on Sunday Fox News fair and balanced Some people still think an education from northern Virginia. Community. College is just settling well how about settling for the skills? Companies the most around here, there's a, shortage of nurses, computer engineers in cybersecurity experts?.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on WJR 760

"I would say a sixth grader read a, script about, Mueller, and, Trump, and, do, talk, radio, Mueller Trump Trump Mueller Manafort, mom Euler, Republicans damage, crash Republicans, Trump your dirty news. Daily news no news bad news John. News by news I got, the blues from the news. I don't know about you but I'm. Sick of it And, let me, tell you, something I'm, taking a big chance. But not doing what the pack is. Doing as I have not, done for twenty five years Worked for me so far continue to work on it And the. Fact is ratings are good as a joke, about ratings there's a guy remember that series on Showtime, most of you don't watch there was a show called I'm dying up here while there was a character in it The big tall guy six foot eight nine light Brad Garret comedian. So years ago he wrote about a cancellation, of one of his TV shows called till death and, he said the other night we got zero point eight rating Wants your. Mom stops watching, you're an old point four the network said to him what do you suggest. I said if you give me, one moment I can take zero And, there was dead silence You know what I like about some of these ballsy, comedians is they had. Guts right to the end they stood. Up to the empty suits they just stood up and they're gonna. Roll over and beg them. They just didn't roll over they just stood up to them and they told the joke They weren't intimidated by the little Stalin that's So I'm. Not gonna do Manafort Mueller this that. Boring I'd rather talk about well the, marijuana products that you're using that that got your sick even though you. Were told totally not psychoactive the new cure for. Everything the. Nostrums, of, the eighteen ninety s. Are back that's right. Snake oil sales and, are everywhere CBD oil said to cure everything from? Falling arches Alto. Sus arthritis rheumatism you suffer from pain in. Your legs and your arms, and, your is is your vision blurry does your hair fall out you. Have ringing in your ears does your heart skip beats while we got. To cure for you it's called marijuana marijuana's not the one. That your son used that's, the one in no curious just a few drops under your, tongue and you'll never feel better you'll feel as good as you were. As a child step right up that's the world. We're living. In, now of, absolute abject stupidity We've gone? From one hundred. Points on the Richter scale of the dangers. Of marijuana the now it's, so, good you can use it for everything it'll cure illegal immigration it'll. Cure white privilege a few drops will cure whatever the problem may be. Politically ecologically ecologically mecca logically minded college might a college ornithology It's..

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"trump mueller" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Take m like a brother that's jackson's roommate chad boucher who had gone out with him the night he was killed he actually did the right thing and he took an uber he was making the right steps to get home safely and not play anywhere else and harm's way the driver of the truck meant oda goes swallow was arrested with a blood alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit according to a police affidavit the suspect used an alias and was in the country illegally investigators say he was deported to guatemala in two thousand seven and again in two thousand nine so he was deported twice but he found his way back into the united states he was undocumented obviously and drunk behind the wheel he is in custody now trump use this as an opportunity to push his antiimmigration agenda in a tweet he said the following so disgraceful that a person illegally in our country killed colts linebacker edwin jackson this is just one of many such preventable tragedies we must get the dan to get tough on the border and with illegal immigration fast so this is to be expected from trump he continuously makes the case that people who were in the country illegally are more likely to commit violent crimes and more likely to drive drunk but the studies that have been done on this very issue prove otherwise it will get into those details in just a moment uh but it is a tragic story and i'm devastated four jackson's family so look if you want to do a target any group you could do it super easily because there's thousands of homicides for example uh every year there's thousands of drunk driving accidents every year and so if you want to target agents for example you could take uh examples of three drunk driving crashes five seventeen in the.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Said some things on television that were sane and trump did not like that it's like why isn't he defending me a percent calling me is stable genius and why is any tell him everybody democrats are all traders in odds well 'cause he has a shred of credibility and and and not much decency put a little bit and he feels bad about savings that are patently untrue and ridiculous so trump of course is furious with him uh he's not going to help is caused because today maharaj you from cnn reporting john kelly on whether trump has read the shift memo that is the democrats answer to newness memo about the fbi quote no no it's quite lengthy we are told it's ten pages so trump will get mad at that he's saying i didn't read a memo because it was hamby's long did you read the member no why whose temperatures well what are you shouldn't say that he should say i'm a stable genius and that i'm like a smart person okay so to be prepared so he asserted kelly who is going to bring in brace for impact according to the sources trump speaks rarely by phone with a quote unquote brain trust betting who'd sean hannity jason miller corey louis endow ski race previous is back we're gonna and rnc chairwoman ronna romney mcdonnell i mean mcdaniel he's like she says delicious i like ronald mcdonald lot bring her it okay that's good i'm gonna bring rice back in i don't know why i who kinda missile fellow i like to make fundamental jordi was which is what are used to do what he was guy okay okay.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on No Agenda

"Geez oculus star with abc uh uh j k on trump mueller moeller moeller meeting thank you and as i mentioned we have also learn tonight of two key issues robert muller would like to ask president trump about let's get right to our chief white house correspondent jonathan karl who is with us here in new york denied john what are you learn learning well we know that the two of the issues that colmey what did that muller wants to focus on of the firing of james colmey and the firing of michael flynn but i've got to tell you david there is no guarantee this interview will happen in fact i think this could become a big fight i have spoken to people very close to the president who say that he should do everything he should everything possible to stop this interview from happening that it could be a disaster even though he told me back in june he would be one hundred percent willing to do it yes we remember that an um so what are what are they trying to say that he's being advised not to dwell dishes that this is abc versus cbs abc has this they've they try to make it appear that abc's been doing this they they they make it appears that trump's is lying about everything and that's the in this case is they make the clear that he promised he talked moeller and nice zelda is not gonna talk to them under any circumstances we all know one way or the other but if you listen to the same time the same real time report done by cbs on the same day lesson the cbs snip on the trump investigation.

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"trump mueller" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"trump mueller" Discussed on WDRC

"Now the tillerson cohen's bill would allow review after the special counsel had been dismissed and if the panel of socalled judges the threejudge panel finds that there was no good course for the council removal the person would be immediately reinstated this is such a kangaroo court it's not funny it's coming tomorrow just when you thought it was august the nothing was going to happen you're wrong it's happening right in front of your eyes and mueller is the question and so i again raised the question to you should beulah be fired now i believe he must be fired now for all the reasons i've suggest that number one what mueller is doing is not so much against trump per se is against we the people meal risk putting us on trial you'll hear this a thousand times after the show by doing this to donald trump trump jr jared kushner the others around trump what mueller is doing is putting we the deplorables on trial for having the temerity to have voted for anyone other than hilary clinton he wants to win died us for our judgment he's indicting us for wanting a change is in dining us for wanting to swamp drain he's indicting dining us for not wanting war with russia he's indicting us for all the wrong reasons mueller is an enemy of the people who voted for donald trump mueller is the gravest threat to our democracy if he can undo it election think about what i just said to you if a single rotten lawyer pin undoing election that what the hell is that democracy four give us thinking rotten political appointee act like mueller tete on doing election that what the hell are we voting for.

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