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Wendy Williams No Longer Knows What She's Doing

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Wendy Williams No Longer Knows What She's Doing

"Did you all see the TMZ live segment with Wendy Williams? Did you see it? Oh my God. It really is so sad and so indicative that Wendy Williams clearly no longer has any idea what she's doing or how she'll face her future. It was really very sad. It was a sad piece and I could tell from looking at Harvey Levin and his sidekick Charles that this segment went into crazy land right from the beginning. And if you look at their faces, they know. It's just awful. So during this segment, Wendy gave an update on plans for her new podcast. I told you that a couple of days ago. But not before she reached down under her chair. And by the way, she's sitting in her purple chair that she used to do her showing a show on. And people said that purple channel was thrown in the street, apparently not because she's sitting in it unless she got a second one. So she's in the chair. Talking to Harvey and Charles, and she picks up her severely swollen left foot and chose it to the camera. And then she went on to say that she is suffering from lymphedema, which is caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system, but Wendy said, you know, that's not going to stop her from getting back out there and making a splashy comeback. But this interview was so bad and so cringey that guys, it's the final nail in her coffin. And it puts an exclamation point on the end of the sentence. What I predicted just how sick she was and how she's never going to be on TV again. If this wasn't a video of a woman on drugs, I don't know what else to tell you. It was that

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NYPD's sex crime unit under investigation after victims say they were shamed and traumatized by officers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

NYPD's sex crime unit under investigation after victims say they were shamed and traumatized by officers

"Federal review has been launched into the New York police department's sex crime unit AP correspondent Norman hall reports The Justice Department is investigating the NYPD's treatment of sex crime victims after concluding there is significant justification to do so Prosecutors say there have been reports of deficiencies for more than a decade The investigation will be led by the Justice Department's civil rights division and federal prosecutors in New York They will gauge whether the unit engages in a pattern of gender bias policing There will also be a review of policies procedures and training for investigations of sexual assault crimes U.S. attorney Damien Williams in Manhattan said sex crime victims deserve the same rigorous and unbiased investigations of their cases that

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At Least 51 Migrants Found Dead in Trailer Truck in Texas

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 4 d ago

At Least 51 Migrants Found Dead in Trailer Truck in Texas

"You're not supposed to open up a truck and see stacks of bodies in there Said chief William McManus At a press conference Stacks of bodies 51 migrants died The back of a tractor trailer in San Antonio and there were others in there who have been taken to a hospital They were suffocating in there Who were conscience they were found weak and they would have died as well And they were hot to the touch said the fire chief Charles hood suffering from heat related injuries like heat exhaustion And heat stroke This is a mass death There were no signs of water or working air conditioner in the truck 30 said it's not clear how long the group was in the truck before they were found Mix of men and women were farad age

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50 migrants die in trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 4 d ago

50 migrants die in trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

"At least 50 migrants are now dead after being found in a tractor trailer in Texas I'm Ben Thomas with details The tractor trailer had been abandoned on a back road in San Antonio Police chief William McManus says a worker in a nearby building made the discovery Heard a cry for help Came out to investigate found a trailer with the doors partially open Fire chief Charles hood says 46 people inside were already dead 12 adults and four children taken to hospitals The patients that we saw were hot to the touch They were suffering from heat stroke heat exhaustion no signs of water in the vehicle It was a refrigerated tractor trailer but there was no visible working AC unit on that rig Four of those taken to hospital later died San Antonio mayor Ron nirenberg This is nothing short of a horrific human tragedy Sound courtesy ksat I'm Ben Thomas

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46 migrants found dead in abandoned trailer in San Antonio

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

46 migrants found dead in abandoned trailer in San Antonio

"46 people have been found dead in the tractor trailer in Texas I'm Ben Thomas with details The tractor trailer had been abandoned on a back road in San Antonio Police chief William McManus says a worker in a nearby building made the discovery Heard a cry for help Came out to investigate found a trailer with the doors partially open Fire chief Charles hood says 46 of the people inside were dead but 12 adults and four children were taken to hospitals The patients that we saw were hot to the touch they were suffering from heat stroke heat exhaustion no signs of water in the vehicle It was a refrigerated tractor trailer but there was no visible working AC unit on that rig San Antonio mayor Ron nirenberg This is nothing short of a horrific human tragedy Sound courtesy ksat I'm Ben Thomas

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46 dead, 16 hospitalized after trailer of migrants found

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

46 dead, 16 hospitalized after trailer of migrants found

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting over 40 people have been found dead in a tractor trailer 46 people were found dead inside a tractor trailer Monday and 16 others were taken to hospitals in a presumed migrant smuggling attempt in southwest San Antonio Police chief William McManus said a city worker at the scene heard a cry for help shortly before 6 p.m. when officers arrived They found a body on the ground outside the trailer Fire chief Charles hood said of the 16 people taken to hospitals with heat related illnesses 12 were adults and four were children Three people were taken into custody It may be the deadliest tragedy involving migrant smuggling attempts at the U.S. border with Mexico in recent decades I'm Mike Gracia

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A Brief History of the English-American Experiment With Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 6 d ago

A Brief History of the English-American Experiment With Bill Federer

"Being the Americans, we kind of go into the private property direction, right? Yeah, so England tried a 15 year American experiment called the English Commonwealth. So the King Charles the first got defeated and 16 40 or so and got his head chopped off. In the glorious revolution. This is prior to that, but that is a key revolution in 1688. But this was like 1649 to 1660. It's called the English Commonwealth. It was an American experiment of a Commonwealth of covenant. They had no king. Oliver Cromwell refused to take the title of the king, he called himself lord protector. He did an okay job. He dies, his son, Richard, can't keep it together. And so William Penn's dad, sales he's an admiral. Sales over to Europe puts Charles the second on the throne brings him back and re Institutes the monarchy. And in exchange he gets in a state in Ireland and then he's a famous admiral and then of course his son found Pennsylvania. But so they had an American experiment for 15 years, but they brought the king back. America, because of a 3000 mile ocean, because Europe was the chessboard in America was sort of an afterthought. I mean, we lost money. It wasn't like Spanish gold anywhere. It was a loser. And because of that, the king said, look, just don't cost me any money and stay out of my hair. And so for almost a century and a half, the Americans got to practice self government, like training wheels. And that's the dilemma. We go into these countries, we get rid of Saddam Hussein. We give them a constitution identical to ours almost. And then one election cycle they vote in Sharia law. And we scratch our heads thinking gee, why didn't our farmer government work? It's like duh, they have an Islamic soil that you planted the seed in, where an America you had a predominantly judeo Christian soil. The Berlin Wall comes down. Help them set up governments almost identical to ours. It gets taken over the bly that black market, the mafia, the organized crime, we scratch our heads, thinking, why didn't it turn out like America? Well, you planted the seed in an atheistic soil. They had 70 years of atheism, right? And so it worked in America. You have seed and soil or form of governments like a genetically engineered seed, but you plant seeds in soil and the soil is a predominantly judeo Christian populace. Right. So that's why it worked in

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Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

"Some state lawmakers are taking aim at the distribution of newly available COVID vaccines for children under 5 Top Tennessee Republican House leaders are urging governor Bill Lee to delay the state's health department from distributing and promoting COVID-19 vaccines that are now available for infants toddlers and preschoolers In a letter sent Wednesday to the Republican governor State House leaders including Tennessee House speaker Cameron Sexton and House majority leader William Lambert said they had too many concerns surrounding the vaccine for those under 5 years old the lawmakers claimed that the COVID-19 emergency has long passed in Tennessee though that statement is disputed by public health experts The letter comes just days after Florida raised eyebrows for being the only state in the country not to pre order the vaccine for its toddlers Florida's Republican governor Ron DeSantis said he wouldn't facilitate their distribution but the shots are available to those who want them I'm Jennifer King

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Duvall caps Braves' comeback in 9th for 4-3 win over Giants

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Duvall caps Braves' comeback in 9th for 4-3 win over Giants

"The Atlanta Braves rallied in the bottom of the 9th to overcome a three one deficit and defeat the San Francisco Giants four to three Dansby Swanson homered to lead off the inning William Contreras then drove in Marcelo zuna with a single and Adam Duvall capped off the inning with a walk off base hit Swanson said the team is finding ways to win late We've been good when we get out early and they'll get out ahead early but coming back hasn't necessarily so far this season But I think we're starting to kind of find that groove The Giants had solo home runs by Mike you strength and Darren rough both teams had stellar starting pitching brave starter max braid went 7 striking out 11 Carlos Rodin also went 7 and struck out ten for the Giants Gary mckillop's

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Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last week

Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

"One of the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands, which have connected them with another. And to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and nature's God entitle them. A decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. I'm reading, of course, our birth certificate. July 4th, 1776. The founding of America on July 4th 1776 is a profound and meaningful day. You see, America did not stumble into existence. It was summoned into existence. It was a moral claim written by Thomas Jefferson and signed by these incredible men from roger Sherman to William Williams to John Hancock that men deserve the ability to govern themselves. Let me read that again. Deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. This was and is the great shot forward.

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Where Are the Wealthiest Counties in America?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Where Are the Wealthiest Counties in America?

"Of all time Brad Pitt with Christoph Waltz in inglorious Basterds and Quentin Tarantino movie. Little vulgar, a lot of swearing. It's a great film. I'll tell you what. And business is a booming. That is what they are saying at the lobbying center. Now what are the richest counties in America? And what used to be the wealthiest counties in America? Well, the kingdom of Washington, D.C., by extracting your money, has created an unprecedented concentration of wealth. The wealthiest counties in America are all around Washington, D.C.. The wealthiest county in America is loudon county, Virginia. What do you use on a daily basis? That is made in loudoun county, Virginia. Anything? What are they known for? Why would such a high concentration of wealth occur in loudon county, Virginia? Because their proximity to Washington, D.C., that's why. The three wealthiest counties in America, loudoun county, Virginia, meeting in household income, 115,000 a year. City falls, city of falls, Virginia, a 114,000 a year. Fairfax county, Virginia, 105,000 a year. 5th wealthiest county, Howard county, Maryland, 103,000 a year. 8th county city of fairfax, Virginia, 97,000 a year, 11th county, Arlington county, Virginia, $94,000 a year. 13th Montgomery county, Maryland, 14th Stafford county, Virginia, 15th Prince William county, Virginia, 16th, Calvert county, Maryland, all the surrounding counties of Washington, D.C.. There heaven. They're having a heyday.

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This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

"Natural reality that does not believe that there's an overarching design to our existence. You of course are talking about people that want to be God themselves. It's nothing new. We've seen it. It's somewhat predictable almost. When you see people that get into power, they themselves want to turn into deities. This is one of the reasons why the founding fathers were so extraordinary, founding fathers are worthy of study. There were examination where they perfect of course not. However, the founding fathers were exceptional and they were brilliant. You see the founding fathers after they won the war. Against the British Empire very well could have made the washiton, Hamiltonian, jacksonian monarchy. They could have subdivided America and made every state its own kind of feudal territory because that's all humans knew before them. Before the founding fathers broke away and won against Great Britain. One against king George, the people of America, they wouldn't have known any different. Now there was a grassroots desire for self government thanks to the strong biblical teachings of Wesley and mayhew Jonathan mayhew and Jonathan Edwards and whitfield. Thanks to the colonial preachers that laid the foundation, roger Williams, as well, that started the foundation. For when it ended up being the revival of self government, the breakthrough in time, the 4000 year leap forward. And because of all of that, the founding fathers that decided to go a different way. They might have had many shortcomings. But they didn't have a shortcoming where they thought they were God. I can't say the

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And she waved: Festive pageant caps queen's Platinum Jubilee

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

And she waved: Festive pageant caps queen's Platinum Jubilee

"The 96 year old monarch has curtailed her schedule in recent months due to problems moving around prior to Sunday the queen had only appeared in public twice during the four day holiday weekend celebrations Officials said she experienced discomfort during those events thousands mass outside by camp palace as a monarch appeared on the balcony with her son and heir Prince Charles his wife Camilla and her eldest grandson Prince William and his family the queen waved and smiled after the crowds belted out God save the Queen London

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Swiatek surpasses Serena's streak for 2nd French Open title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Swiatek surpasses Serena's streak for 2nd French Open title

"Top ranking has captured the French Open for the second time since 2020 earning a 6 one 6 three win over American coco Goff It's so much different than after 2020 around Garros because right now I feel like I'm more ready to what's coming and I feel more prepared to be on tech continued an exceptional run that now features 35 straight match wins tying Venus Williams in 2000 as the longest in the century Goff was down four love in the blink of an eye and appeared nervous at the start Yes I'm some moments could have played better but she really didn't give me anything every time I thought I had a good ball It wasn't She broke serving the opening game of the second set and led two love before dropping her first Grand Slam appearance I'm Jane ferry

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Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last month

Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert

"Two future monarchs are to pay tribute to the queen at a special concert to mark Queen Elizabeth II 70 years on the throne Prince Charles and Prince William the queen's son and grandson are scheduled to address a live audience of 22,000 people and millions more watching on television The event featuring Alicia Keys and Queen plus Adam Lambert will take place in a temporary amphitheater built around the Victoria memorial outside the palace Canadian tourists Patricia gray came for the diamond jubilee ten years earlier and didn't want to miss this one either And I thought I've got to be there for the platinum jubilee It's the experience for someone like me who loves all things British and monarchy It's something not to be missed Experience of a lifetime One U.S. royal fan was surprised at how well organized the events had been so far It's so friendly and festive and really much It's better than I thought I thought it would just be chaos and it's not The 96 year old monarch isn't expected to attend the evening outdoor concert because of what the palace are calling episodic mobility issues Karen Chammas London

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Deborah Cohen on the Journalists Who Changed the News Media Irrevocably

History Unplugged Podcast

02:32 min | Last month

Deborah Cohen on the Journalists Who Changed the News Media Irrevocably

"The people in your book are mostly forgotten as you know, but at their time they were household names. Can you tell me briefly about Dorothy Thompson, John Guthrie, HR knickerbocker, and Vincent Sheehan? Absolutely. So Dorothy Thompson amassed a string of firsts. She was the first American woman to run a major overseas news bureau. She was the first American foreign correspondent to be kicked out of Hitler's Germany in 1934, and she was the first woman political columnist to have a syndicated column, political column of her own. And in the late 30s, she's reaching 8 to 10 million readers with her thrice weekly columns. John Gunther makes his name with a book inside Europe published in 1936 that this taboo breaking behind the scenes account of the foibles of European leaders. So Hitler is given to crying Jags. He reports and has as Gunther puts it an Oedipus complex as big as a house, Mussolini is very superstitious, and so on and so forth. And this is a huge book of the time. It sells more than a million copies. It's not just a bestseller in the United States. It's also a bestseller across Europe. And it's a book that makes Gunther's name. HR knickerbocker comes from Texas. He's born in Texas. And he's the son of a southern methodist minister. He always carries a Bible in his suitcase, though he can swear in all of the major European languages. He's reportedly the highest paid foreign correspondent in the world, as I said, mostly working for William Randolph Hearst's international news service and among other accomplishments he becomes the bet noir of Hitler's propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels. And then there's Vincent Sheehan, so she and is reporter he was working for a number of different outlets among them the Chicago Tribune and he writes a book entitled personal history, published in 1935 at wins the first national book award for biography inaugural award. And this book really captured the zeitgeist of the era in a way that no other book does. What she and his writing about is his own quest as a journalist. To figure out the relationship between his life and world events, or as he puts it, the one life that he has in the millions of lives into which it's cast.

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How Did the Public Perceive the News Media in the 1930s?

History Unplugged Podcast

01:15 min | Last month

How Did the Public Perceive the News Media in the 1930s?

"In the 1930s, what did the public think of the news media? Did they trust them? They still have some latent distrust left over from the William Randolph hertz dera. What did your average person think of the news media during the time period of your, there's a fair amount of distrust in the 1930s. So not only is the Hearst press still going strong and knickerbocker, who is one of the figures in my book is reporting for international news service, but there's the sense that they're press barons that they have agendas and that heard as the so called respectable papers like the Chicago daily news or the Philadelphia public ledger and The New York Times have been working since the start of 20th century, but really from the 20s. To try to enshrine the idea of objectivity in the press, there still is a lot of skepticism. Actually, interestingly, when radio is first coming on the scene, there's much less skepticism about radio reportage. In part, I think because it seems so immediate as if you're hearing an unfiltered truth, which of course we know is also not the case.

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Why 'Field of Dreams' Should Give All Screenwriters Hope

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:09 min | Last month

Why 'Field of Dreams' Should Give All Screenwriters Hope

"And if your member of the iconic film field of dreams in which radio plays shoeless Joe Jackson and there's that great scene where James Earl Jones says to Kevin Costner who is thinking of building a baseball field and his cornfield and Iowa and James says to Kevin, the one constant is baseball, meanwhile, Timothy busfield, member him from 30 something. Timothy BuzzFeed is trying to get him to sign over the house because he's gonna go broke. But James Earl Jones just tries to tell him if you build it, they will come. Bus feels says you broke ray. If you don't sell now, you'll lose everything. James Earl Jones. The one constant through all the years has been baseball. I don't care who you are or how hardened your heart is. Oh, it should kill her scene. And I love that movie. And as a, as a screenwriter, as a guy that's been in the room with people and pitched movies and sold films that haven't been made yet, but I've sold three different screenplays that have been made. That's just the nature of the business. When I look at field of dreams, it should get everybody hope who's a screenwriting because it took that movie 13 years to get made, guys. Something is brilliant as field of dreams took 13. Maybe it was 11. I think Forrest Gump believe it or not, took 13 years. Maybe feel the dreams was 11 years. And I have some scripts that are going on 15 to 20 years. It's still having been made and you go, well, that's just the way Hollywood goes. How many assholes read that and couldn't see the brilliance and the genius of field of dreams? It just proves what the great screenwriter William Goldman said years ago about Hollywood. Nobody knows anything.

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"william bar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on KOMO

"Clearly did not commit a crime. We would have said, so well, and that's where the confusions always lay, right? Terry is whether the president of Justice William bar, had said Muller, didn't really reach a conclusion one way or the other. So I had to decide I've decided this is not obstruction. Did just then contradict him. Well he he did. And he explicitly said that he disagreed with attorney general bar, but Muller remember is, is an eagle scout marine by the book kind of prosecutor and the book you read said that president president cannot be charged with a federal crime while he is in office. That is unconstitutional, but you can clear a sitting president. We did not, however make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime. He said he couldn't clear Trump of the crime of structure of Justice and confused Terry. If you can't find the president obstructed Justice. You don't think your boss, the attorney general should make the finding of whether he obstructed Justice? Why did you investigate obstruction of Justice? Like what was the point of all this, because it's possible the president did commit a crime, but it's a crime that Justice department, which works for the president cannot pursue charging the president with a crime was, therefore, not an option. We could consider and so- Muller believed his responsibility was to get the evidence down of possible, obstruction of Justice and then invite as he did the congress to do its job. The opinion says that the constitution requires a process other than the criminal Justice system to formally accuse. A sitting president of wrongdoing. So he's saying he's like like a cop. He sees congress. Here's the prosecutors, I gather the evidence you guys do with it as you will precisely the constitution requires to accuse the president of wrongdoing. Like that requires an impeachment..

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"william bar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on KOMO

"Clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said, so, and that's where the confusions always lay, right. Terry is whether the president of Justice William bar, had said Muller, didn't really reach a conclusion one way or the other. So I had to decide I've decided this is not obstruction. Did just then contradict him. Well he he did. And he explicitly said that he disagreed with the Torney general bar, but Mullah remember is is eagle scout marine by the book kind of prosecutor and the book you read said that president president cannot be charged with a federal crime, while he is in office, that is unconstitutional. But you can clear sitting president. We did not, however make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime. He said he couldn't clear Trump of the crime of -struction of Justice. But and confuse Terry, if you can't find the president obstructed Justice. You don't think your boss, the attorney? General should make the finding of whether he obstructed Justice. Why did you investigate of Justice? What was the point of all this, because it's possible the president did commit a crime, but it's a crime. The Justice department which works for the president cannot pursue charging the present with a crime was there for not an option. We could consider and so- Muller believed his responsibility was to get the evidence down of possible, obstruction of Justice and then invite as he did the congress to do its job. The opinion says that the constitution requires a process other than the criminal Justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing. So he's he's like a cop. He sees congress. Here's the prosecutors, I gather the evidence you guys do with it as you will precisely the constitution requires to accuse the president of wrongdoing. Like that requires an impeachment..

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"william bar" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Your ringmaster James t Harris. We are talking about the interview that took place, a CBS news with attorney general William bar going over some of the experts from it. It's, it's kind of amazing. Look, we remember when at former FBI director James Comey would describe as a boy scout I'm sorry in eagle scout. He was just this man was virtuous beyond virtue. He was about the agency about doing the right thing. And it turned out that was totally fraudulent. We were told the same thing about Robert Mueller. When we look at how he exited the stage two days ago. And that's shameful shameful press conference. You have William bar, who basically he didn't throw Mueller under the bus as much as he did expose for being the political that, that he is. And he has all of these deep state individuals. He has the Clapper's and Brennan's and Peter, I'd be stroke, and Lisa page. He has Loretta Lynch. He has James Colmey. He has Susan Rice. He has these people very, very concerned, very worried. Why? Why? Will at the end of the day he doesn't care about himself. He doesn't care about his reputation. What he is very concerned about though, is the institution is the constitution, someone.

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"william bar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Attorney general William bar points us attorney to investigate how the probe started Senator Ted Cruz tells FOX's Hannity it is the right thing to do. I'm very glad attorney general bar is demanding some accountability we need to investigate it. We needed to investigate how politicized. It was appointed Connecticut's US attorney John Durham to head the investigation. Another body is found in Alaska raising the number killed in a mid air crash of two small planes. The number now four we are still out there searching because card petty officer, John Paul Rios says two of the sightseers are still missing George inlet near Ketchikan Alaska now ten of the others are being treated for injuries. Some of them serious sightseers were from a Royal Princess cruise ship. Federal investigators set to arrive this afternoon to piece together what happened President Trump is promising a big boost Nastase budget. The president announcing Monday wants to add one point six billion dollars to NASA's budget tweeting so that we can return to space in a big way Mr. Trump defining that with the goals of going back to the moon than Mars in another tweet in other budget adjustments. The president says eighteen million dollars will now be included for the Special Olympics after making a controversial decision to cut the funding. Tom reghati, Fox News and Connecticut's considering legislation to give prisoners free phone calls. If passed it would make the state the first in the country to look prisoners talk for free New York City enacted such a program this month, costing taxpayers eight million dollars a year, and it is a cost of free phone calls. That may make Connecticut lawmakers hang up on the proposal families currently. Say inmates calls and that gave the state nearly eight million dollars in two thousand eighteen.

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"william bar" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on 710 WOR

"William bar plan to hold the attorney general William barring contempt of congress and more than anything else. That's illegal fight. They have three ways to try and force compliance with their subpoena. The first a criminal contempt charge, which would leave it to the US attorney for DC at Trump appointee would likely decide not to pursue the matter. Deferring to the Justice department, the second would be advancing a civil contempt case, which sends it to federal court to decide fails. Democrats could try to use their quote, inherent contempt power which. Could lead to a fine for the attorney general or even prison time, that's the most extreme and lease to lately option. Serena Marshall, ABC news, Washington, emergency crews still at the scene of a partial building collapse in Brooklyn car lost control and slammed into a building at east fifth street and avenue p overnight. Some of the structure to crumble everyone inside the building's been accounted for no significant injuries. Reported officials turned off the abilities to the building crashed did result in a massive police and fire response is mayor de Blasio running for president. Well, we won't find out this week. Reports say he was expected to announce his candidacy tomorrow, but the mayor tells New York one he doesn't have an announcement to make just yet not the night. No night the night and not the week not the week that there was a story that assumed a specific thing that never was. We said you can't have an announcement before there's decisions Blasios says he still hasn't made a decision. He's promised to announce his intentions sometime this month. They all reportedly thinking of cutting funds to cultural institutions in the city, unless they diversify that would include places like the Metropolitan Museum of art Lincoln center and Carnegie Hall, the post says the institution's risk losing millions of dollars unless they met the mayor's criteria for staff. Diversity the down profit organizations run thirty three museums theatres concert halls botanical gardens and zoos in the city and get about one hundred seventeen million dollars in taxpayer money trial going. Begin today here in New York for the leader of a group accused of forcing women to be sex slaves. Correspondent Aaron Katersky with the story near standing file in Brooklyn federal court for sex trafficking, slavery and other charges stemming from his leadership of Nexium all that he based group that prosecutor said branded women with his initials and punished women who refuse to believe he was the smartest and most ethical person. Smallville? Actress Allison maxi grams, eras, Clare, Bronfman and other women pleaded guilty leaving Renita stand trial alone. Jurors were told to expect testimony about multiple sexual partners and hedonistic rituals. That are expected to be described by women rainier e allegedly abused. Aaron katersky. ABC news, New York. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, promising to one hundred fifty million dollars in property tax relief. But only if he gets a tax millionaires. Murphy says tax collections of come in higher than projected he wants to provide the middle class with some property tax relief. But he says they still need millionaires to pay more Murphy's hoping his offer will pressure state lawmakers to. Approve the millionaire's tax which they have so far resisted purview. Also says that New Jersey transit is getting back on its feet new class of engineers has completed its training program and will be at the controls this summer review says that should ease some of the problems at the railroad had last summer because of a shortage of engineers, it's gonna be bad, but not as bad as it's been the past couple of summers. Well, nutrition transit needs at least three hundred ninety engineers to accommodate full-service last year. It had just three hundred thirty five and hopes to add about forty more engineers by the end of the year new push in New York to give drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants advocates are making renewed effort to get it passed in the assembly speaker, Carl hasty says there will be vote before the summer recess begins. There's hope it can actually get done to the Democrats now in control of the state Senate. But the majority leader not promising the Bill will be brought to the floor police in Lakewood. New Jersey investigating the death of a child. Here's WR sue Guzman with that story. Twenty one month old girl was found Monday alone in a parked car. And despite attempts at CPR, the toddler couldn't be saved. Lakewood committee men, my Liechtenstein says the parents are heartbroken. I was actually at the hospital. And I saw the parents they're extremely saddened by what happened. Tissues have not yet determined the cause of death temperatures in Lakewood were in the seventy degree range. Police are speculating that heat may have been a factor. Spend no announcement concerning charges against the parents. Or anyone else? I'm sue Guzman. Wwl. Our new people still gushing over the newest member of the Royal family w allies James slipping caught up with some people from the UK now living in New York. News of a Royal baby came from across the pond, Nikki Perry, the shop's owner can't wait to see him. The color of his skin is going to be amazing. A failing may.

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"william bar" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"William bar facing questions over the special counsel report at the Senate Judiciary committee hearing this comes after sources, tell ABC Robert Muller wrote a letter saying bars summary of his report, lacked context and created confusion ABC's Mary Bruce is on Capitol Hill. Democrats have accused Bill Barr of being the president's protector. And now they are going to have a lot of fresh questions about his interactions with Muller, and whether are misled congress during his previous testimony bar is going to be grilled here today about his handling of this report on the other side of the aisle look for Republicans to come to bars defense. The chairman Republican Lindsey Graham is a close ally of the president and he's likely to focus instead on the investigation of the Russia investigation. Venezuela may see more protests today opposition leader Guido again, asking for the military to support him at the White House national security adviser, John Bolton says the US is considering what to do there could be a lot of steps we're going to have a kind of. Quickly called meeting of national Security Council principles today at two o'clock. We'll be considering a lot of steps the chancellor at the university of North Carolina. Now identifying those killed in a shooting attack. The suspect is under arrest. ABC's Pete combs, Charlotte. The two students killed at the university of North Carolina. Charlotte are identified as nineteen year old Ellas Parlier and twenty one year old Riley howls for students were wounded in the attack nineteen year old droop has Caro twenty year old Sean to heart twenty year old Romney al-rahma, Don and Twenty-three-year-old, Emily halt all were in a science lecture Tuesday when witnesses say twenty two year old dropout tristen Terrell started firing a handgun apparently never saying a word. Pete combs ABC news, Charlotte for the first time in the varsity blues college entrance scandal. Parents are expected to plead guilty today. California couple is expected to admit they paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to get their kids into college..

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"william bar" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"William bar holding a press conference and releasing the awaited Muller report will have the latest coming up. News is next. I the WLS Weather Channel forecast some chillier air on the way still chance to see in a few showers, breezy and temperatures actually fall as we get into the afternoon in the forties in some spots cold night tonight with a few showers. Wind will continue to be around at times might even pick up a little bit out of north west as co from passes through thirty nine tar few showers. We don't move much windy and chilly with high near forty five. I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich from the Weather Channel WLS AM ninety with another update in thirty minutes. Right now, cloudy skies, fifty three degrees at O'Hare at some light rain and fifty five at midway fifty five degrees along Chicago's lakefront. This hour sponsored in part by express services Inc. You work hard. You know, what it takes to succeed? Now, it's time to put your experience to work and launched your business. For a limited time express employment professionals. We'll give you twenty five thousand dollars. To open. Your franchise gets you know, express visit express franchising dot com today. One of the big stories recovering this morning on WLS before releasing the Muller report this morning attorney general William bar, outlining some of its conclusions similar to what he had done in a four page summary three weeks ago while there is some disagreement bar had with Robert Muller on the possibility of obstruction of Justice. Bob Constantini, says I was quite clear on one half of the findings attorney general bars statement based on a molar report who out that while it was quite clear. Russia's internet research agency, affiliated with the Putin government tried to influence the campaign in favor of Donald Trump..

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"william bar" Discussed on KCRW

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11:33 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on KCRW

"Attorney general William bar scheduled to hold a news conference less than half an hour about the red Vaqta diversion of the special counsel's report being released today. We will bring his comments to you live. Also, bring you coverage and analysis of that report throughout the day right here on KCRW. It's six oh seven. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. In washington. And I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. Good morning. It has been roughly twenty two months since special counsel. Robert Muller began his investigation into the two thousand sixteen election along the way, he's charged thirty four people including twenty five Russians more than seven have been found. Guilty of crimes today. The public gets to see the final version of Muller's report, though, some of it will be redacted attorney general William bars expected to speak later this hour, we will bring that to you live as we await that I'm joined by several members of the NPR politics team. We have national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Congressional correspondent got detro-. And Ryan Lucas who covers the Justice department force. Thanks to all three of you for being here. And thanks for all the reporting. I'm sure you're going to be doing all day. Good to be here. Right. I wanted to start with you, can you just step back in her mind? What this almost three year investigation was actually looking at. You bet remember that this this investigation actually dates back to the summer of two thousand sixteen. That's when the FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation. It was in late July. They had learned of contacts between Russians or Russian proxies and people tied to the Trump campaign. And what the FBI wanted to do was find out what was going on at the same time. There was a lot of other nefarious Russian activity that was focused on the US presidential race. Remember the Russians had hacked into Democratic Party, computer systems? They provided those hacked e mails to WikiLeaks which ended up publishing them during the campaign that became a big theme of the of the two thousand sixteen campaign Russian operatives at the same time. We're also bombarding Americans on social media with propaganda Muller enters the scene in may of twenty seventeen. That's when he was appointed special counsel to lead this investigation into. Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election that included looking into any links or coordination between people in the Trump campaign and the Russian government. And I suppose it is worth never forgetting the larger context that a foreign government tried to influence an American election. I mean, when you talk to national security experts, many of them will say that they just hope that while a lot of the focus and energy in Washington has been on President Trump, and what he his administration possible ties possible collusion possible, obstruction of Justice. You know, whatever happens with all of that there. There is an election to try and protect a reality that the Russians really tried to influence the last one did try to influence and some would say actually did influence. It's very difficult to measure that. But certainly this is something that national security folks, as you said are very concerned about it was something that was a concern in the midterm elections in two thousand eighteen people in congress wanted to make sure that those elections were protected from nefarious activity by foreign powers, and it's something that of course, is going to be a concern looking ahead to to twenty. Down the road from there. Almost three years old this investigation, as you said is their big moment or two that the kind of stands out to us you've been covering it. Oh, man. This is this is an investigation that has lasted nearly three years. There are a ton of big moments. The public learned of this in March of two thousand seventeen that's when James Comey who was then the director of the FBI announced that a congressional hearing. I was in the room at the time. There's kind of a gasp we all knew that there was something going on. But to hear him actually say in congress with something. And then remember Comey was fired two months later in may. That's what led deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein to appoint Muller as special counsel. A lot has transpired since then we've learned in detail nitty gritty detail about Russia's propaganda and hacking efforts. There were two big indictments that Muller's team brought against Russians for those operations twenty-five Russian nationals three Russian entities were indicted in this investigation. And then we can talk about Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort, he was charged as part of this. Investigation. There was a Bank in tax fraud trial outside of DC. He was convicted by jury there. He later pleaded guilty in a second trial here in in well right before trial here in in DC. We can talk about President Trump's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. President Trump's former fixer and lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to financial crimes amazing all those moments. The biggest headlines each time they happen. But they were so many of them have stacked up. What aren't we going to say today? I mean, a lot of this report is going to be redacted. Right. That's right. Attorney general William bar has said that people from Muller's team have been working with folks at the Justice department to identify sensitive material that's going to be blacked out from the version that the public will see today bar his spelled out four categories here. He is explaining identified four areas that I feel should be redacted. And I think most people would agree. The first is grand jury information, six material. The second is information that the intelligence community believes would reveal intelligence sources and methods the third or information in the report that could interfere with ongoing prosecutions and finally we intend to redact information that implicates the privacy a reputational interest of peripheral players where there's a decision not to charge them. And Democrats have been particularly concerned about that last group about prevalent individuals who aren't charged concerns that material about the president himself might be blacked out since he wasn't charged but bar has assured law while makers that Trump does not actually fall under that category. Marla and let me let me turn to. You is the president ready for this report and its details. How the public might react. What house what does the White House during the get ready for this on one level? Yes. And on one level. No. I guess the president would not want to be described as a peripheral person he would not like that. Now, I'm never not a peripheral person, I think that on one level. He's not ready because through his tweets in his statements over the last two years, you can see how rattled and obsessed. He is with this investigation. That's why he's been so intent on discrediting Muller calling it a hoax calling it a witch hunt. Even at the same time that he trumpets the conclusions in bars summary that he was quote totally and completely exonerated. That's not exactly what bar summary said. But on another level. They are ready the president in the White House because they believe that they have succeeded in undermining Muller's credibility, certainly to their own voters all along the White House's view this as a political problem, not a legal problem. They believed that he would not be indicted. The only problem was perhaps impeachment or just making the president looked look like he if he didn't do anything criminally conspiring with Russia. He at least was knee deep with the Russians and for some inexpensive. Reason maybe the Miller report will explain why he and his aides over and over again lied about contacts with Russia, but I do think the White House feels voters are so locked in especially the president's base that that they have pre prepared the ground pretty well to withstand whatever's in this report, isn't it kind of a weird position. No to be in trying to undermine the credibility of Muller, but also sort of liking the conclusions at least based on bars original letter that that there was no clear collusion between the president's team. And Russia and that the president, you know, as Bartley said that there's not going to be any sort of prosecution for obstruction of Justice. Well, I've asked that question many times to two people at the White House. How can you have it both ways? And they say first of all the whole thing was illegitimate. But even a group of eighteen angry Democrats, even the conflicted incredible investigation by Bob Muller, even they couldn't find any crime. In other words, the truth was so powerful that even this witch-hunt. Couldn't couldn't get the president. Okay. That's the position that they're trying to the balance. They're trying to strike Scott detro-, so Democrats in congress repeatedly saying just let everyone see the report unredacted in its pure form. You know, we don't know what's in this report yet. But but likely that's going to continue to be their message and their reaction to this. Absolutely. The main thing Democrats have been focusing on yesterday and the morning is turning general Bill Barr who they say, they do not see as an honest broker at this point in time. Democrats have focused on that initial four page summary that bar put out of Muller's report saying there wasn't much detail. It was much more about bars opinion of Muller's conclusions than Muller's actual conclusions. They've been very skeptical of this redaction process. And I think one of the first things that they'll be looking for is how much of this report is redacted Democrats. Also, very critical of bars decision to have a press conference about fifteen minutes from now, which is about an hour and a half if not more. Before this report becomes public or even goes to congress Nancy Pelosi, the house speaker and Chuck Schumer, the Senate minority leader put out a statement saying that all of these moves by bar have resulted in a crisis of confidence in his independence and impartiality. The solution here from House Democrats who are more relevant here because they have subpoena power. I'm like Senate Democrats is that first of all there's going to be a push to head least congress if not fully public get this full report, the entire report unredacted and the underlying materials, Jerry, Nadler, the chairman, and the House Judiciary committee has said that he may move subpoenas in the coming days on that front. Secondly, you're seeing a push to see Robert Muller testified before congress is well bar is going to testify before congress in the coming weeks. But Democrats are now increasingly saying, they want Muller testify, and I think one way or another Robert Muller will make his way to Capitol Hill because on the house intelligence committee. You have democrat Adam Schiff and Republican Devin Nunes who really. Agree on absolutely nothing in the world. But they put out a joint letter saying that they wanted Muller to testify in a classified setting, whether the that'll be even classified that'll be one of those other big moments that Ryan, and I were talking about I'm Scott is it is it clear whether it will benefit or not benefit Democrats to keep all of this conversation heading towards the twenty election. This is a question that Democrats have been wrestling with for for about two and a half years now at this point on you have seen very consistently democratic leaders saying that they want to hold the White House accountable. They wanna use their subpoena power and their ability to set the agenda in congress to conduct a lot of oversight of the Trump administration that they feel was just lacking the first two years when Republicans controlled congress, but they are not interested in banging on the topic of impeachment pushing forward with impeachment Pelosi, all along was very hesitant saying that she didn't want to move forward unless it was a consensus bipartisan approach unless Robert Mueller was very clear cut in this report. And even as we get the. Tails, I think that that bar will not be met. Because I unless there was a Grossman mischaracterization the report Robert Muller did not have clear conclusion saying saying that there was obstruction of Justice. And that seems to be the only thing that politically would have gotten Republicans on board that ideas. Well, all right again expecting a press conference shortly from attorney general William bar. We will bring it to you live. And once the report comes out, you can follow all of it on air and also at our website, NPR dot org.

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"william bar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Attorney general William bar will appear before reporters at nine thirty eastern time to discuss the Muller report on Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election, but reporters will not have seen the report yet, nor will members of congress House Democrats, including judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler are accusing bar of defending the president not the country calling on bar to cancel the appearance rather than letting the facts of the reports speak for themselves. The attorney general has taken unprecedented steps to spin mullah's nearly two year investigation and corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Tells us reports the Justice department has been cooperating with the White House on Mr. Trump's defense than new reports from the New York Times that Justice department officials have had numerous conversations with White House lawyers about Muller's conclusions writing that these. Talks have aided the president's legal team as it strategizes for the coming public war over its findings North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN seems to be turning up the heat on the US after the failure of denuclearization. Talks will Ripley reports will be heading to Moscow. The Kremlin has confirmed. What we have suspected for quite some time. Now that Kim Jong UN will be traveling to Russia and meeting with President Vladimir Putin. This is according to Russia state media, we've been getting it from sources, but the Kremlin had been denying it up until a short time ago. This follows yesterday's tested what North Korea describes as a new technical guided weapon, hundreds of Denver area. Schools are reopening this morning after the apparent shotgun. Suicide of eighteen year old Sol Pisces who's comments about Saturday's twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine high school shooting massacre got the attention of the FBI. Scott McLean is in Littleton, Colorado. Drawings and scanned journal entries. Many of those drawings show guns. In one case, there's a drawing of a person in a trenchcoat holding a gun at potential reference to the Columbine shooting and one that has already said that she was infatuated. With that combined with a pretty odd. Try travel.

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"william bar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on KCRW

"I attorney general William bar has unilaterally moved to keep some asylum seekers in jail indefinitely while their claims are processed bars orders signed last night would deny potentially tens of thousands of immigrants the opportunity for a bond hearing in front of a judge to argue for their release while they wait to find out if they can stay the policy won't go into effect for few months, but it marks the latest effort by the Trump administration to crack down on border crossings, Ted hasn't joins us. Now. He's an immigration reporter for politico. Hi, todd. Hi, how are you? Great great to have you here. And remind us why the attorney general has the authority to unilaterally set this precedent in in the immigration courts. Like this. So immigration courts are different than the federal court system. There actually a part of the Justice department. So they fall under the authority of the attorney general of before William Barr became attorney general Jeff Sessions in that role was very active in using his position to shape the rulings in those courts. So in this instance, when the attorney general issues in opinion that opinion, then can become precedent in the lower immigration, courts and immigration. Judges left have to follow it. Okay. Well, who would this policy apply to because the law stands? Now. The the government is not allowed to detain families for more than a few weeks. We're talking about asylum seekers who are caught at the border. Not those who approach ports of entry who previously would have been eligible for bond hearings in this case. I think we're mostly talking about single adults who are caught. In the case of families children can only be detained for twenty days. So the Trump administration has already been releasing a families before that date. So and would these asylum seekers have any opportunity to get out of jail at all the homeland security department will retain discretion to release people from detention as they currently have. But they won't have the chance to go before an immigration court judge and ask for a volunteer as they previously did. Okay. And what about the people who are currently detained? I mean, this this will apply to those folks as well. Although it's important to note that the the decision which was issued yesterday is actually delayed for ninety days, which gives the Trump administration time to implement it. And to essentially this will be an opportunity for them to perhaps ramp up their ability to detain migrants at the border. I think one important point here is that the administration is limited by the amount of funds. They have for detention and the amount of beds, they have so even if this ruling and this order gives. The administration the ability to keep people detained they only have so many beds to do that. And they would essentially need certainly need more family detention if they were going to try and hold families for any extended period of time this applies to single asylum seekers not families. And right now, the bulk of people who are crossing the border are coming as families and not alone. So how big is this policy really going to have on border crossings? I mean, we're still talking about tens of thousands of people. And I think one important thing to note is that the Trump administration has weighed this policy that's been known as of binary choice for parents where they haven't put this into effect that they've considered essentially giving parents the option to either remain detained with their children or to split apart from them, and some people fear that this recent order would give the Trump administration motivation to move into that realm because essentially they would have the authority to keep the parents detained on their own. They haven't moved forward with that. Yet. But it will definitely be something to watch in the coming weeks. Couldn't that just get them in more hot hot water that this would be family separation by different name. That's right. I mean, the family separation policy they called it the zero tolerance enforcement policy last year split apart thousands of families and the Trump administration faced a lot of criticism for that broad criticism. Not just from Democrats, but also from Republicans here in congress, and from the public, I think revisiting that would be, you know, they'd be flirting with potentially you're feeling that backlash again now, whether you know, at this point, they may still feel they want to move forward with it. I mean, they're facing rising levels of arrests along the US Mexico border, and the majority of the people getting picked up our family members. So they are coming his family's whether they want to Wade back into those controversial waters of family separation. Still remains unclear. Well, couldn't unintended consequence of this be to encourage more people who might have considered going solo to create some kind of family or join with the family and have more family show up at the border. It's hard to say what the ripple effects of decisions here will be. I think the Trump administration has made the case that more people are coming his family's already or in family units because they can potentially save money coming through smugglers that way and also because they have the impression that when they show up in the US that they'll be released into the country. Now, whether this could further that impression it's possible. But you know, it's hard to put a fine point on how things travel back through smuggling networks in Mexico and Central America. Are you seeing any indication of legal challenges to this? Even though we've established the attorney general that this is within his rights to to to set this precedent. I've spoken with several people immigration lawyers who do expect this to be challenged. And you know, part of the reason is that many of these immigration initiatives by the Trump administration have gone to legal challenges and have actually been blocked in federal courts. So it wouldn't be surprising. If there is also a challenge to this. We can't say, you.

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"william bar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Attorney general William bar face congress for the first time since ending the the end of the Muller probe. He's spoken front of congress, Tuesday and Wednesday. And now says the redacted Muller report will probably be available to the public about within a week. And he's telling congress people who keep asking him. He's not going to comment to it's released. And by the way, passages will be blacked out redacted, and he's going to color code the redaction to explain exactly why it's redacted whether it's standard shift person for referral to the investigation reference to a grand jury testimony, national security, whatever. And by the way, this whole molar report. I don't know if everyone can pay attention to every facet of everything that's going on with all this. But the four page letter to congress last month bar said that Muller did not establish that President Trump or people associated with his campaign in any way conspired with Russia. And now even better he's putting together a team to look into those investigators to say why? Did we send two years on this and Senator Harvey two years and how much money and how many witnesses and all that stuff? Lot of math there. It's outrageous ten tens of millions of dollars. Thousands of witnesses thousands of starts at ten tenths of subpoenas. Thousands of witnesses and seventeen very biased attorneys, those that gave money to the Clinton campaign those that are currently the attorneys for the Clinton foundation, those that were at the Clinton wake on the night of the election that they are the most biased of all biased attorneys and even straw who was actively involved in in this entire insurance policy. We're part of the investigation and yet after two and a half years, and tens of millions of dollars. They come back with no indictments on anybody and no evidence of any collusion whatsoever. And they came back saying we have no. Evidence of obstruction of Justice. Because I would argue you can't obstruct Justice when you didn't cause a crime commit a crime. You can't obstructs Justice in the investigation of a crime. You didn't commit. So what bar said yesterday that she was going to redecked classified information. Certainly we wouldn't want a classified information being brought out to the public. He's going to redact any mention of any other third party individuals that were not indicted. So that we're not impugning their reputations. And he said that I can't remember what the third one. There are three things that he was going to block out, and they were all what the courts have been saying forever. What congress is written in their laws regarding the the special counsel investigation, which must be. Marked out and the Democrats realized that that's the case there are only grandstanding. So they go to the American people and say that bar is trying to cover something up. And that is not the case he is following the law in reasonable Roz for practical read reasonable laws for practical reasons, another saying oh bar must be part of the Russian conspiracy. The joke is just the Mueller must be seventeen that works. Green must be exactly. And besides those. There are other byproducts that isn't even that aren't even in that math like what could the media been covering and parsing and revealing aside from the Muller pro for these two years had they not been so ultra focused on that. And just determined that something would come of it. And plus think about the emotional and then physical toll of the people who were targeted not just the Trump family, all these sociopaths, the Roger stone's the Durham Coursey. And all the people -ffiliated people went broke over this. And I mean, there's a lot of tragedy to it. I know the public figures, but but it's just it's not it's not cool as a kid say it's outrageous that we have Eric citizens that had to spend millions and millions of dollars of their own money. To try to defend themselves against the the undefendable. You can't prove a negative and they had to go out there and try to prove a negative. And I I think what you had was a a congruence of the Clinton campaign trying to justify why they lost the election. I think you had that I think you had the fact they were trying to figure out how their emails were hacked. And then I think you have the Justice department under the Obama administration trying to spy on the Trump campaign to get jerked to give back to the Trump that Clinton campaign. I think all three of those things came to back to result in really what was. A joke as as the president kitchen used to say arguing over again that there was nothing there ever. And this was just some cruel joke on the American people to try to justify all of these things that had nothing to do with the Trump campaign or the Trump administration. Sometimes I just want to pause and think of what our forefathers fathers would think of this government that they set up that. I mean, it's better than most cross the clove obviously end it works though. Right. It does work, but I guess politics have always been crazy dirty and silly. And this is just part of it. And this is where we are two hundred and some years later, but you know, we we've got to do better. Would you want to talk more on that? He wanted to talk a little bit about the border and the Democrats saves the state crisis. You know, will I think it's important for us all of the things that you highlighted in the introduction here about what's going on on the border in thousands, hundreds of thousands of people that are coming across the border every every month and going million every year, but one of the most important things that came out of the hearing yesterday that people aren't talking about is that there's upwards to fifty different. Nationalities coming across the border right now that came out in the hearing yesterday, so it's not just Mexicans. It's not just on durins. It's not El Salvadorians. They are coming from all over the world. Fifty different. Nationalities have been stopped on the border. And that's just those that have been stopped. We have got to build a wall. So that we know for a fact who is coming across that border. And only the people that we want coming across the border are allowed to come across the. The legal ways if we don't wear your up there in force them to come through the ports of entry than we are going to continue to have situations where drug dealers human traffickers, and I would argue terrorists can come into our country to cause harm to the American people and the democrat party could care less. They will do everything they can to obstruct the president from fulfilling his responsibilities while not stopping these people from coming here to do our nation harm. And then you throw out there that the judges on the ninth circuit court of appeal who continue to throw out these radical rulings for no other reason than to slow down the administration from implementing their policies every time the supreme court when it gets to the supreme court. They overturned the ninth circuit every single time without with with they've never lost. So we have got to get behind this president. We've gotta support this president. And we've got it. Take back the house of representatives and make sure that the president is able to fulfill his promise to the American people to secure our borders and scare the American peaking. I'll either on twenty twenty seven hundred ten Harvey the committee to defend the president. You can go there and support the pack now and support President Trump. Thank you so much Senator. This.

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"william bar" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on WTRH

"Attorney general William bar is defending his summary of the Muller reports from skeptical Democrats New York's Nita Lowey wondering how he reached his conclusions. So quickly. Someone who has done this job before. I would argue it's more suspicious and impressive are responding. The thinking of the special counsel was not a mystery to the people at the department of Justice, and he says he met with Muller in early March. So we had an inkling as to what was coming or direct as he'll send a redacted version of the full report to congress within a week Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally is President Trump is not looking to renew the bunch criticized practice of separating migrant families at the border with Mexico. The president says there are no plans to reinstate the family separation policy. Even though he believes the practice acted as a deterrent to migrant families seeking entry into the US. Once you don't have it. That's why you see many more people coming coming like it's a picnic because let's go to Disneyland. Andy tells reporters that his administration wasn't responsible for the policy in the first place. President Obama had child separation take. Take a look, Greg Clugston, the White House. The Senate Judiciary committee heard testimony Tuesday on the pain capable unborn child protection. Act. Democrat Dianne Feinstein told the panel doctors all agree that human fetus, does not have the capacity to experience pain before viability at twenty four weeks. But chairman Lindsey Graham says doctors seemed to disagree when they're operating on an unborn child and is administered directly to the born child and second trimester fetal surgery..

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"william bar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Attorney general William bar has told Capitol Hill lawmakers he's getting ready to make public redacted version of the Russia probe bindings. He was supposed to talk about budget issues as feared before the house appropriations panel. But members mostly wanted to talk about the mullahs report, and why the attorney general released a four page summary rather than wait to release the full document. It was important for people to know the bottom line conclusions of the report ours decision to redact some parts of the report that he sends to congress doesn't sit well with many on the panel, including the chairman, Jose Serrano. I think it was a serious flow to us system. Yes, democracy that report is not fully seeing. The attorney general says he will release the full report with reductions within a week. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. President Trump says he's not looking to reinstate the practice of taking migrant children from their parents at the border correspondent, Jeremy diamond as a policy that was under this administration and previous administration. Their workplaces of family separations. But it was not this across the board effort that we saw under the Trump administration. But nonetheless, there is some news in what the president is saying here in saying that he is no longer considering renewing that policy of across the board family separation. Former full house star Lori Lachlan faces a new charge as part of the college admission scandal Lachlan her husband, Moscow and fourteen other parents were hit with new money laundering charges. One day after desperate. Housewives star, Felicity Huffman and a dozen other. Parents pleaded guilty to charges that we're facing them Lachlan Gianola accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get their daughters into USC as members of the crew team. Even though neither of them played the sport Lachlan Gianola were originally arrested last month on a single charge of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud. I'm John Stolnis. On Wall Street. The Dow fell one hundred ninety.

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"william bar" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I wanted to find out why why Bill Clinton had to five Bill sessions. Assist. I brought that up and I took some time here the last commercial break. Here Limbaugh Shogo found out what it was. Here are the details. Williams sessions was fired as FBI director during the Clinton administration after a report by are you ready for this? The outgoing attorney general William bar. William Barr was attorney general Bush forty one held over Clinton the outgoing attorney general William Barr, presented a report to the Justice department. That included criticisms that Bill sessions had used an FBI plane to travel to visit his daughter on several occasions and had a security system installed of his home at government expense. Sessions was fired for that. Not for the fact that he was the head of the F B I during Ruby Ridge. Remember, Ruby Ridge? As right live with fired a gun control nutcase out there, Ruby Ridge. They're wacko cable on Waco. Those are the good old days Janet Reno. Few things make you as popular with family members than bringing great family memories back.

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"william bar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Attorney general William bar promising. Some of that Muller report will be released, but he sticking to his guns. That confident information is not for Democrats is before a house appropriations subcommittee was scheduled before the release of the Muller summary, but watcher Democrats grill William bar on the full report and a timetable for its release in his pre released. Opening remarks bar doesn't mention the report focusing on budget requests for immigration enforcement and combat the. Opioid crisis bar has said he plans to release a public version of the report by mid April. Democrats have been calling for the full report to be released without reductions going to happen. But he is hoping to have it out next week or Texas. Governor Rick Perry who heads the energy department has emerged as a front runner to replace Carson Nielsen in the much higher profile position of security or homeland security secretary, but SMU political analysts cowgill CIN questions. Whether that's such a great decision would have to think long and hard before taking the job and ask himself, whether he was willing to accomplish the president purposes of closing the border and turning back asylum seekers, that's forcefully. As the president. Requires Jolson says Perry's just not that hard liner that the president obviously once in that position events of the past several months giving new urgency to the work of the Texas holocaust. Genocide commission. The executive director mad Verdoux goes says the legislature moving towards a whole cost education week, basically,.

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"william bar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Attorney general William bar now reviewing the report special counsel, Robert Muller on Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and senior Justice department officials tell FOX there will be no further indictment. The president apprentice president attorneys have maintained all along that. There is no collusion that there is no culpability that the president has in anything that happened in the twenty sixteen election, and they believe that this report will exonerate the president even if there was any wrongdoing on the part of the president. If it does not rise to the level of charges being filed. It may not be included in this report. But we know from what attorney general bar said in a statement from the department of Justice that we. May begin to hear the very earliest conclusions of this report sometime this weekend, if they can be transmitted to congress. So that may fill in some of the black socks this John Roberts at the White House democrat in the Senate reacting to the news. Fox's Joe Piazza has this live. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, urging attorney general William bar to make the full report public Schumer also says he doesn't think AG bar should give a sneak peek to the Trump administration before releasing it? When asked about the report citing anonymous DOJ official who said that Muller didn't recommend any additional indictments Schumer had this to say, I think we should wait wait for the full report to be issued before jumping to any conclusions house committee chairman saying the Muller reports should be released without delay. Lisa joy a flight attendant detained by immigration authorities as she was returning from an international work assignment has been freed from custody. Selene surveyed Roman had traveled to Mexico through a work for immigrants program. He had been held in Texas since February twelve. South on Wall Street. The Dow took a major dive today lost four hundred sixty points. The NASDAQ.

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"william bar" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"william bar" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"General nominee William bar appears on track to be confirmed by the Senate after he faced questions about how much independence heat allow special counsel, Robert Muller in the Russia probes. Attorney general nominee William bars. Nation hearings was one dominated by questions. Like this. Do you believe Mr. Mueller would be involved in a witch hunt against anybody? I don't I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt. The big focus Tuesday on special counsel Robert Muller's investigation into possible Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election. It's the president orders, the attorney general to halt a criminal investigation for personal reasons. Would that be prohibited under your series? I think it would be a breach of the president's duties to faithfully execute. The would be an abuse of power bar did send an unsolicited memo to DOJ officials last summer. He argued Muller's obstruction theory is fatally misconceived and legally insupportable sounds like it was an effort on your part to ingratiate yourself with administration. Which is now nominated new fraternity general, I can assure you I was not trying to ingratiate self with anybody bar who served as. Attorney general once before under president, George H W Bush is expected to be confirmed. It requires a simple majority in the Senate where Republicans hold a six seat advantage. Mark levin. CBS news. According to a report by Busby news. President Trump directed his longtime attorney Michael Cohen told congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow back in November calling admitted that he lied to congress when he said those Trump Tower talks ended in January two thousand sixteen when in fact, they ended six months later. Now does he news is reporting that special counsel Robert Muller has uncovered evidence that the president directed Cohen to lie to congress raising new questions about whether the president sought to suborn perjury or obstruct this investigation. According to the BuzzFeed report.

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