35 Burst results for "William Barr"
William Barr Is Suddenly in High Demand to Talk About Trump
"Because never before has Bill Barr been in such demand By any network Now he's everywhere like a bad like a bad rash Of course I wouldn't know that But that said he's everywhere And his pearls of wisdom Wow It's amazing to me We have Republicans on television saying like our friend Carl rove and others Well now we have to stop focusing on Trump We have to get to the issues And then we have Bill Barr who's from that wing of the Republican Party All over the place not to talk about the corrupt Department of Justice and the attorney general who won't recuse himself Who's calling every shot Not the attack on parents at school board meetings Not the open borders in violation of federal immigration law And so forth and so on The Trump so why not they condemn Bill Barr And then we have some of the same hosts who keep talking about Trump and then they'll bring in somebody who says the Republicans are going to lose if they don't start talking about the issues and the host says that's true isn't it Yeah then you just start talking about the issues You think Donald Trump wants to be talked about like this Ridiculous
William Barr Forgets Precedence by Hillary Clinton & James Comey
"Cut 9 go I think the driver on this from the beginning was loads of classified information sitting in Mar-a-Lago People say this was unprecedented Well it's also unprecedented for a president to take all this classified information and put them in a country club I like to stop That's actually not a country club but that's okay The country club is not Mar-a-Lago But let's put that aside That's his home also But it is Unprecedented and though it's not unprecedented because Hillary Clinton had a crapload of classified information in her home And your buddy James Comey he had classified information in his home And they also had unclassified information in their home and there never was a search warrant Furthermore as everybody listening to this show knows and Bill Barr knows too Hillary Clinton and her team did obstruct justice by the destruction of materials As did in my view Jim Comey
William Barr Does Not Understand Executive Privilege
"Now one reason you would have a special master there is to go over what the government did segregate It's not a red herring And because the government says it finished and now they're moving on to an intelligence review Even though they knew this judge was partial to the appointment of a special master doesn't mean everybody else should be in a rush to finish it up either What is the hurry here But that's a red herring you see Protecting somebody's privilege Attorney client privilege Even the judge said yesterday more correctly than bar that when it comes to the issue of executive privilege When it comes to the issue of executive privilege we don't really have a Supreme Court decision on point When it comes to a former president but according to Barr it doesn't matter Because its government property but it does matter Because even in the presidential records act the ability to raise the issue of executive privilege is there So that's not an ownership issue But there are ownership issues in terms of possession In terms of possession and he's saying you know and also all this other stuff that's with the classified information goes to Halle classified information was treated Well if you've already taken the position mister Barr that the fact of the documents existing at Mar-a-Lago violate the law then the condition they retreated and so Francis irrelevant It doesn't matter
William Barr Shares Disgruntled Comments on Trump Documents
"And so listen to this Let's start cut 8 go I think the whole idea of a special master is a bit of a red herring The only documents that have been taken it seems to me that there's a legitimate concern about keeping away from the government and insulating the government from would be documents relating to his private lawyer communications Him as an individual and his outside lawyers If there's stuff like that fine identify it There doesn't appear to be much of it I'm not sure you need a special master to identify it But what people are missing is that all the other documents taken even if they claim to be executive privilege Either belong to the government because their government records even if they're classified even if they're subject to executive privilege They still belong to the government and go to the archives And any other documents that were seized like news clippings and other things that were in the boxes containing the classified information those were under the warrant because they show the conditions under which the classified information was being held So I think it's a red herring I think it would at this stage since they've already gone through the documents I think it's a waste of time And I think you couldn't be more off
Barb McQuade on the Secret Merrick Garland Memo
"Everybody's freaking out over the, you know, I guess secret Garland Merrick Garland memo, right? That is sites bars demand to flag the AG at the agency's investigating a presidential candidate. Am I wrong not to freak out? Because you know me, I'm prone to freak out. But yeah, no one will ever accuse you of not freaking out enough. But thank you. I think this is not a freak out moment. This is really, you know, I object to a lot of what William Barr did as attorney general. He did a lot of bad things in wrong things. I don't think it's wrong to say the boss should know if you're going to open an investigation on a political candidate for president. You should know. If you could have a prosecutor go off, either because they're rogue, but more likely just because, you know, they got excited about something that they see. And the attorney general should know about that. That's all. That's all it says. So I don't think this is something to freak out about. In fact, I think it's just good management.
William Barr Should've Known About FBI Corruption
"So William Barr, do you think he knew what was going on? I just don't know Dennis how he could not know. As I said, this involves numerous FBI field offices with approval at the top of the FBI. There was something going on at the time called operation cold snap. We know the FBI was surveilling chatter on social media platforms. That's actually how this whole hoax came together. And so how could Bill Barr not know about this? Like I said, it wasn't just some rogue agent out of some weird field office in the middle of Michigan.
William Barr: You Don't Want to Get Between Tony Fauci and a Camera
"Fauci is now back, Bill Barr in his book that the left seems to like, Bill Barr, the former attorney general who, of course, had a falling out with president Trump, Barr writes in his book, you don't want to get between Tony Fauci and a camera. You won't make it. You won't last if you get between Doctor Fauci and a microphone. And now he's talking about, please retire already. This is going to be like the Babe Ruth retirement of the 19 what was it 50s or whatever? Doctor Fauci is going to be on his farewell tour. I'm going to retire. I'm not going to retire. Now I'm going to be here for COVID. No, I'm not going to be here for COVID.
"william barr" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day
"President appealed for javelin missiles, weapons, Ukraine could use against invading Russian tanks, in which Ukrainians desperately need today. Trump's next words were, I would like you to do us a favor, though. He urged Ukraine's president to get in touch with his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and his attorney general, William Barr. To this day, Barr insists he had nothing to do with this. It was an absurd idea and it was pursued in a farcical way. But at the time I didn't think it was criminal and I still don't think it was criminal. Barr remained broadly supportive of the president right up until Trump tried to overturn his election defeat in 2020. After the election, he didn't seem to listen to anybody except the group of sycophants who were telling him what was what he wanted to hear. We're talking about Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, people like that. Pillow guy. Yeah, a lot of people on the outside. And some people on the inside. Trump said publicly, the attorney general isn't looking into this. He doesn't want to find the facts. You make it clear in the book you went looking. You looked at the allegations. Right. Most of the allegations were not really alleging fraud. All the stuff. It was like playing whack a mole, all the theories of the day that came out. When we looked into them, they just evaporated. They were just completely without foundation. In recently, you interviewed the president. And he's had a year to think about it. And the evidence he came forward that the election was stolen was the statement that more people voted in Philadelphia than there were voters. Look at Philadelphia, is it true that there were far more votes than there were voters? It is not true that there were tough things. It is not pretty tough problem. That's completely false. I mean, it's demonstrably false, and yet you continue to hear this thing, repeated. Weeks after the election, Barr told a reporter that the Justice Department had found no evidence of widespread fraud. According to Barr's memoir, this so infuriated the president that he summoned barred to the Oval Office, and Barr said to his face that the election claims were BS. But it would be a mistake to say that Barr entirely breaks from Trump in this memoir, even today Barr does not apologize for raising concerns about ballot security and he argues that radical leftists are the ones who want to tear down traditional American institutions. In other playing to win today as if there's no tomorrow. Can you speak to the other side in this argument, people who look at the Republican Party and see a lot of office holders and media figures who seem to want to tear everything down, who seem to have no interest in the institutions that you feel are important..
"william barr" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day
"Former attorney general William Barr says people have the wrong idea of his service under former president Trump. The media chose to weave a narrative that I was a toady to the president. And that was false from the beginning because I felt I could be independent. And I was. Barr tells his version of events in a memoir titled one damn thing after another. That's how one of his predecessors described the attorney general's job. Barr says he refuted Trump's claims about a stolen election. He also defends decisions he made in favor of the president's allies, and he talks of working for a leader constantly distracted by shiny objects. Do you even tell a story about Mike Pompeo, the Secretary of State at the time, who took advantage of that? What did he do? Well, we had this running joke that whenever the president was chewing out Mike about something, or Mike had to do was mention Russia gate or something like that. And the president would take it and run for quite a while. He rant. And forget what he was angry at the end of the conversation. Yeah, he wouldn't remember what he was angry at Pompeo about, but at one point I said to the president, mister president, you're like a bull and a bull rang. And your adversaries have your number. They know how to get under your skin and all they have to do is wave a red flag over here and you go charging and attack it. And I said, at the end of the day, you're going to be in the middle of the ring sweating. And someone's going to come and put a sword through your head. And he didn't think much of that metaphor. Barr told us this when we visited his home outside Washington. His home library features books on American presidents and also a Tommy gun, an old fashioned automatic weapon received as a gift from the FBI. The two time attorney general grew up in a conservative family in liberal New York City. In the radical 1960s he was a conservative college student, and when left wing protesters took over the Columbia University library Barr joined the counter protesters. His memoir dwells on modern day culture wars, accusing progressives of dividing the country, which makes it easier to understand why he said yes when Trump nominated him in December 2018. A terrific man a terrific person, a brilliant man, I did not know him for until recently when I went through the process of looking at people..
"william barr" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And William Barr what about him Right And William Barr I mean William Barr I mean that's beyond belief writing the executive orders I mean it just goes on and on and on right So when we look at these things we look at the events of transactions and we try to say well you know unfortunately right now I'm the filter right now When I drill down eventually I'm trying to put together a model where I'm at the filter It's a little more objective So I'm trying to put down a digital I'm honestly I'm trying to I'm trying to do it I'm trying to put together a digital model where it would be more even more objective So poor man I'm sorry I'm with all this with all this we the people are waking up because president Trump absolutely bothered He did for us Absolutely We just kind of joined him at that table Absolutely Wake up what's going on around us in this country It's very scary but we got to fight back Absolutely My brother Hey Paul man You're the best God bless the megapixel There's always Frank You know I try to give you a close next Saturday Please call me I'll be here I'll be here Saturday I'll be a Friday night if they give it I'm here with an entity of commodities He's have a pizza the pizza smells great I don't need it I don't need at night But anyway but this is a poor man I think we had four slices already Hey the support I want to thank you so much for waiting I'm sorry for leaving on the board last night You're a great call You bring information to me that I'm not aware of and I really appreciate your support on the show You're involvement in the show And I thank you from the bottom of my heart And I really do And you know stay in touch with me text me you find things out I really enjoy the back and forth with you Thank you so much Well you know I'm a little scared because Tuesday I got to get this injection My wife got the booster right The third shot Well that's how you Frankie She was oh my goodness she four days she was out and just very scary Unbelievable smell no taste for what For a leaky vax for what Perfectly healthy person And if they're forcing everyone in the world to get this the leaky event It's crazy And like you say all the time it's another attack on our civil liberties It's another form of discrimination Hey Paul man Great call Thank you so much And we're going to talk we're going to talk more Please give me so we're going to kick to a break Okay good Okay okay good So Anthony I got into a tangent I'm sorry about it 'cause I got you know I got my sponsors sitting here I gained 8 pounds with that phone call I want to pay three This kid is great You know he says he's unbelievable bro you know And he brings in some interesting points And you know sometimes we have to sometimes we jump to conclusions and we have to do a drill down and understand which really going on And what's really going on is the federales are running this country you know And they used a running it out of the military industrial complex with rogue intelligence officers And you know people say people laugh at me They become a nut job They think I'm a wack job Like you think I'm crazy I'm just gonna work I'm a collector like this I'm reading So I wanted I missed my spot on the I missed my spot on the Movies So I left off with yeah Okay here we are Is this who I think it is Yeah I think this is how we use right Or let it turn right I was with Lana Turner What are they going to last night I was Atlanta Turner I was in a place with this Yeah I was with line it to wait Yeah Frankie calling up Right We were with Lana Turner We had how it used There was somebody I was very interesting because we ended up we had I tried I was with Jane Russell and pale face and pale face that was the movie that how would you right here it is Here it is right So I was like I was looking at this thing last night When I got yeah okay good So here it is now So Jane Russell's interesting right So she did remember we talked about myself together I just sat down again Yeah because I was supposed to what are we doing I got into I got into a deep discussion with it was like a train I know in the train I wasn't a chance You look at the screen that you want to train I was So we go get something I come back That's all the trades So I got so I was talking to Paul Paul evasive interesting points all the time He's the guy to make a posse guy What does he do He goes he goes into these deep pardon What does he do He has to get vaccinated What kind of guy I think he's a Matt mistake and he's a municipal worker So he goes a drill down he goes into the conspirators which I love You know because we're in a time I believe where we can't dismiss anything Maybe in the 80s people would say conspiracies and nuts Today anything goes That's what I believe We have no idea what's going on Exactly We exactly I believe no 'cause I know I'm statistically significant I don't claim in contributable truth I am Sicily significant As I look in no U.S. I don't have U.S. congressional Opus committees I don't have I don't have joint joint chiefs I don't sit down with all of a sudden I mean court papers judge decisions peer reviewed journal articles and well sourced where we sourced open-source articles And then from there we connect the vectors and we see You know And I follow some many investigative reporters that I really like And you know it's like footnotes It's like an oral term paper And their footnotes are amazing So anyway to get it to the movie thing not because I got a few minutes before we get kicked out of a break and come back Okay I got a movie one What do you want The show will be a bunch of CNN Right The ending of The Sopranos Nice What happened to him What happened Okay good so we're it's funny We're a kick to a break When I was coming he talked about The Sopranos The demon did I mention Dean Martin yesterday The demon documentary I watched some of it It's amazing And Dina Martin is a broadcasting here We're going to talk about when we 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Trump Justice Department official subpoenaed by January 6 committee
"A former justice department lawyer is among those subpoenaed by the house committee investigating the January capital right Jeffrey Clark was an assistant Attorney General during the trump administration Attorney General William Barr it said the justice department found no evidence of widespread fraud that could overturn the results of the twenty twenty election but Clark lent a sympathetic ear to Donald trump's baseless claims the election results were fraudulent he clashed with superiors during the final weeks of the administration including during a dramatic White House meeting meanwhile some officials involved in organizing and running the rally that preceded the pilot storming of the capital are handing over documents in response to subpoenas at Donahue
Sara Carter's Frustration on the Biggest Spying Scandal on Trump
"Nobody knows this deep state stuff better than nobody. Um, you have been the tip of the spear on the whole spy gate collusion hosting from the start. First off the big question. John Durham was assigned as a United States attorney to investigate this, you know, quote get to the bottom of what happened with the biggest spying scandal in American history on President Trump and candidate Trump. Are you getting anything from your sources? About where this door? Um, investigation is? Are we ever going to hear anything? It's so frustrating, Dan because, uh, doesn't even matter now, because honestly, we have four years. You me. John Solomon shot Canady. Congress, the Senate, the DOJ investigation exposed at nauseum at nauseam. The egregious and horrible behavior of the bureaucracy against the duly elected president. Criminal behavior, criminal behavior, and the buck stopped at the Department of Justice. And I know for a lot of people. Maybe they won't want to hear this. Maybe people will be upset that I say this I had a lot of dates. William Barr at one point And John Durham and I feel like both of them. Let the American people down.
Judge Orders Justice Dept. To Release Trump Obstruction Memo
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a judge orders the justice department to release the trump obstruction memo a federal judge has ordered the release of the trump era justice department legal memorandum prepared for then Attorney General William Barr prior to announcing his conclusion that president Donald Trump had not obstructed justice during the Russia investigation the group citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington filed a freedom of information act request seeking communications about the obstruction decision in her order U. S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson said the justice department obscured the true purpose of the memorandum when it withheld the document she said the memo from the justice department's office of legal counsel contained strategic as opposed to legal advice the judge gave the justice department until may seventeenth to file any motion to stay her order might cross see Washington
Show Us the Memo! Says Judge Amy Berman Jackson
"A federal judge in Washington, D. C ordered the release of a legal memorandum, the Trump Justice Department wrote. Before then Attorney General William Barr announced no obstruction charges in the Russia probe. Judge Amy Berman Jackson said former Attorney General William Barr was disingenuous when he explained to the public why the Justice Department filed no obstruction charges against former President Trump after the release of the Mueller report at the time, Bar said the special Counsel investigation was insufficient. But in an internal memo, the judge said Bar had made clear it was a given. Trump would not be prosecuted A be Caesar and Qatar ski Facebook's
Biden administration withdraws from transgender athlete case
"Biden administration withdrawing support for a federal lawsuit in Connecticut seeking to ban transgender athletes from competing and girls high school sports. The move is a reversal of former Attorney General William Barr support of a lawsuit filed by female runners who claim they've been robbed of state titles by transgender athletes. In court documents, the Justice Department said the government has reconsidered the matter. And hereby notifies the court that it withdraws his statement of interest. Backers of lawsuits argue trance female athletes have a natural and unfair advantage over competitors who were born female. The White House has referred the matter to university, saying trance rights are
Trump Pressed Justice Department to Go Directly to Supreme Court to Overturn Election Results
"A new report claims President Trump spent his last weeks in office, pressuring the Justice Department to ask the Supreme Court to rule against Joe Biden's election win The Wall Street Journal reports. Trump's plan also included firing, then acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. Former Attorney General William Barr and Rosen said there was no basis to challenge the election results.
Barr blasts Trump for orchestrating mob, calls it 'betrayal of his office'
"Eiji Will bar William Barr is blasting the president's actions in relation to that siege, Bar said in a statement from committed a betrayal of his office and orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable Are said the violence of the capital was outrageous and despicable, are resigned from the Trump administration. In December. That's NBC's Tom Roberts,
Trump supporters show up to DC for election protest
"Of President Trump's air protest Ng this evening in Washington ahead of tomorrow's congressional vote to certify Joe Biden's electoral college victory. The crowd. Actually, Trump's already discredited claim that the election was stolen from him still Trump and his supporters have lost numerous court challenges on local, state and federal levels, including before the Supreme Court election officials from both political parties, governors in key battleground states and Trump's former attorney general William Barr, have all said there was no widespread fraud in the election.
Cruz leads 11 GOP senators challenging Biden win over Trump
"Eleven Republican senators say they will challenge the outcome of the presidential election when Congress meets next week to certify the electoral college results that confirmed president elect Joe Biden won the eleven senators led by Ted Cruz of Texas say they will vote against certain state electors unless Congress appoints an electoral commission to immediately conduct an audit of the election results Mahler knowledge and they are unlikely to change the results the group says they will reject electors from what they describe as disputed states has not regularly given unlawfully certified election officials from both parties in president trump's now former Attorney General William Barr had said there was no evidence of widespread fraud and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has urged Republicans against efforts to overturn the election Ben Thomas Washington
Attorney General Barr: Cyberattack "certainly appears" to be linked to Russia
"The job. Attorney General William Barr disputed President Trump on several counts, including the need to appoint special counsels on election fraud, and President elect Joe Biden. On Hunter and who's behind a recent hack of U. S government agencies from the information I have, You know, I agree with Secretary Pompeo owes Assessment. It's certainly appears to be the Russians, but I'm not going to discuss it. Beyond that. President Trump blames China. This is CBS News,
William Barr Sees ‘No Reason’ for Special Counsels for Hunter Biden, Election
"With President Donald Trump. Outgoing Attorney General William Barr said today he saw no reason. To appoint a special counsel to look into the president's claims of election front or attacks and the tax investigation into the son of President elect Joe Biden things that Trump has really been looking forward to try to prove by the way, because let's face it. The sad reality of this. I don't care what you think about whether or not There was any election fraud or anything when it came to the coverage of the election. The media. Was if you don't believe that the mainstream media is now in Kohut when it comes to what they will and will not report You're kidding yourself. You're a fool. That's all there is to it. They bent over backwards not to report anything that hunter Biden did. I mean, there was a lad, Can you imagine? ALF. I will eventually finish a sentence. Yes. Can you imagine? If Donald Trump Jr or Ivanka Trump or any of the trump Children, even Tiffany If any of them had left the laptop. At a repair shop forgot about it. And then the information that was on one about that was on it about Hunter. Biden came out about one of the trump kids, can you there would have been wall to wall coverage. They would have. They would have preempted the mast singer just to talk about the trump Children like that, But because it was hunter Biden. Not only did they not talk about it, they full on hit it. I mean, when you're not when it's when you've got something like that, right in your face when you've got a practically a full on admission that he is using his father's influence in order to financially benefit himself when there's pictures of him using drugs on a laptop. And you don't do anything about it when there's absolutely no reporting about that. Anywhere but fringe news organizations. I mean, come on. I don't even care what you think about it because you know that if it was one of the trump Children, and that was out there, there would have been like I said, Wall to wall coverage. There would have been exposes. They would have taken off regular programming and gone news wall. The wall there would have been. I mean, you would have been able to avoid it. As it stands unless you had a particular political bent. You would have had to go out of your way to find the actual information about Hunter Biden, So it's It's really kind of disgusting now in its final press conference Mar also broke with Trump in reinforcing that federal officials believe Russia was behind the cyber espionage operation targeting the U. S government government. Trump has suggested without evidence that China could be responsible Bar said the investigation and 100 Biden's financial dealings with being handled responsibly and professionally. He said. I have not seen a reason to appoint a special counsel and I have no plan to do so before I leave. The reason that Trump wants a special counsel is because if there's a special counsel in investigating it It would make it more difficult for Biden to shut it down the way the investigation is right now, if when a Democratic age comes in, they can. They can shut it down and given the fact that pretty easily by the way, given the fact that what I was just saying that the mainstream media would wouldn't even touch the story with a 10 FT pole. If they shut the investigation down. If Biden the points is a ghee and gets in there, and the first thing they do is shut the investigation down. Odds are pretty good. You won't hear about it.
"william barr" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"President's claim of election fraud and the investigation into Joe Biden, son Hunter. Our went to the White House on Monday, where Mr Trump said he submitted his letter of resignation. The president has publicly expressed his anger about bar statement to The Associated Press earlier this month. The Justice Department had found no widespread election fraud that would change the outcome of the election. Mr Trump says Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen will become acting attorney general. Are will leave before Christmas. Once again, Attorney General William Barr has resigned. Health officials are urging people to get the new Corona virus vaccine that is rolling out today. Operation Warp Speed, chief science adviser Doctor Monster have slowly says it's crucial that the American people be educated about the vaccine. Safety is very important that we Increase in number of Americans that except to be vaccinated Based on facts and data and reality because vaccines on shelf are useless, and unless the majority the large majority of escorts vaccinated Would not be able to control this pandemic. California Governor Gavin Newsom is facing a possible recall election as the nation's most populous state struggles to emerge from the Corona virus crisis. Organizers say they collected over half of the nearly 1.5 million petition signatures needed to place the recall on the ballot recall organizers have until mid March to gather signatures. California's last recall was in 2003. When voters installed Arnold Schwarzenegger's governor after ousting me, unpopular Democrat Gray Davis. Correspondent Jeremy House reporting once again the top story at this hour, Attorney General William Barr has resigned more on these stories at town Hall, calm Wild fire hazards can be deadly serious. That's why yard cleanup and maintenance is so.
"william barr" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Different name December of 2019. Attorney General William Barr. Identified in Milwaukee and six other cities that had high violent crime rates compared to the national average. Krieger says 25 to 30 federal investigators will be involved in Milwaukee. Jane Matt Merrick, WDM Jane, Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin says she's supportive of Operation Legend, as described by the U. S attorney W team James Toney Bedrock live in the breaking news center Lissa, the senator says the messaging should have been more clear but isn't against efforts to combat violent crime during a Milwaukee press club event this afternoon, Senator Baldwin says Policing as a whole, however, needs to be reexamined. I do not support defunding the police. I think that we place a lot of responsibilities and burdens on the shoulders of police officers that really go beyond promoting public safety and fighting crash. He says. However, healthcare models should be used when dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues. Milwaukee Police are still searching for a suspect in a homicide that occurred late Monday, as well as the rash of shootings in the city. Times Force. Ryan Jenkins has more to say eight people were shot. One person was killed overnight. Here in Milwaukee, 33 year old man died after being shot just after 10 30 last night. This is near 24th and Maple. A 24 year old woman was also shot and taken to the hospital daily still with several other shootings as well last night, including one that left four men with non life threatening wounds near 26 in Atkinson, coming up schools in Waukesha County are on the same page. Double DT ingenues time. 403 This portion of the news is sponsored by citing unlimited. It's siding and a whole lot more online at sighting in limited dot com. Wait. When we can see 2020 in hindsight will be tempted to cancel it just to get even. But with all the things that 2020 did cancel, it has not and cannot.
"william barr" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You welcome back turning General William Barr is it ever wise to set aside investigations of this kind that might have extraordinary partition ramifications in light of exigent circumstances yeah but what if I mean I I'm not sure how I could possibly answer that question would be why I'm not saying I'm generally I think generally you know you recite the Attorney General guidelines is that they are H. down they are prudential guidelines that could that you know call for judgment in each individual case and I think that we can use this in this respect is surely generation has to be looked at carefully taking into account the concerns that undergirds the provision now you have mentioned C. C. P. espionage and I'm very concerned about it was a problem when I was at the DOJ thirty years ago and it's still a problem today that's probably more sophisticated at the same time a number of Chinese American friends of mine have said they are fearful of discrimination the reality of it they have seen reports about it is the department of justice amping up its vigilance on behalf of civil rights of Asian Americans Chinese Americans specifically in this period we actually have taken a hard look at that during this period there've been a few episodes of you know physical attack very very few but we're we're vigilant about any potential backlash I have two final areas Mr credit been very generous I appreciate it Alexion a lot of the presser asking the president for his opinions on mail in ballots and all that this this is not his to decide is that these are matters for the states to decide and occasionally for the Congress to legislate but does the president have any authority or could you make explicit but he doesn't to in any way change the voting laws of the state our well I mean the the the you're right that the states obviously have the have the dominant role in Congress has a role but you know the president also has enforcement will the department of justice so please see something that either violates the constitution or existing law you know we can obviously respond to that in the department I am concerned from a policy standpoint that we don't do anything that undercuts the integrity of elections in people's confidence in the integrity of elections by adopting things that are subject to flawed because I think we're very divided country and if people start losing confidence in the outcome of the elections you know I'm not sure where that takes us probably to a very dark place I wish we would use the Israeli system but that's for another day let me let me close by telling the about the Supreme Court give any indication of any retirements from the court Mister Turner general now if one were to occur would it be your expectation the president would nominate and the Senate ought to undertake its confirmation process this summer yeah I'm not gonna get into that all right I'll call legal question then canister Precourt justice retire contingent on a successor being confirmed by a time certain with the revocation of the retirement if such a thing does not happen I I I believe historically there have been resignation effective upon the appointment of a successor but I haven't looked into this issue so I really can't give you a definitive answer yeah that that has happened often but I don't know that it's ever happened they say I'll I'll retire if you get me a successor by December thirty first of this year add to your knowledge has that ever happened now I thank generally what happens is they retire effective when upon the you know eccentric the session of their successor is there anything in your vast experiences Attorney General twice that would prohibit and it's a Supreme Court justice from conditioning their retirement upon the six confirmation of his successor by time certain in other words a contingent retirement well I'm not sure why they would do that sensor other ways of skinning that cap but you know I haven't I haven't looked at that I'm not gonna try to get them off the top of my head opinion on that what are the other ways of skinning that cat Mr traitor well it doesn't accomplish the same thing to say is the fact that upon the successor not if it's blocked in the Senate and it doesn't happen and your administration changes I just might not want to retire if president trump lost and president Biden was going to nominate they might want to stay on right but but but but it has the same effect if they don't leave off I'm out I'm out of time I'm confused but that's not unusual for me last very last question your first tenure as Attorney General and your second the only other person who's done this sort of thing is don Rumsfeld and he told me his views of the office had changed quite a lot in the first and the second go around has yours no not my views of the office I think things have changed in the country and the challenges presented to the department are different but not my view of the office you've mentioned we're in an era of hyper partisanship and we watch every night as the press tools the president said last night he views it unfortunate that the press feels obliged to be as possible sometimes as it is do you share his apprehension about what is now an inherent.
"william barr" Discussed on WTOP
"General William Barr has directed the department to prioritize fraud schemes arising from the emergency there's a lot to love about living in this area including the ability to visit Virginia's vineyards for a day or a weekend or more those visits are on hold now of course because of the crisis but people still want wines from some vineyards have come up with a way to meet the demand I will personally be delivering the wind myself Howard o'brien isn't able to host customers at chateau Haut Brion winery and vineyard and for Kerry county so was loading up his pick up truck with boxes of wine in delivering to customers Virginia's alcoholic beverage control authority has granted a waiver to allow any business with a liquor license to deliver during this cold bid nineteen crisis is a big big benefit at this point under the circumstances it will certainly help ease some of the pain for all one reason Virginia law construing WTOP news crisis has forced the famed inn at little Washington and Washington Virginia to close the Michelin three star in the restaurant had tried to stay open under state guidelines but owner and chef Patrick o'connell made the decision to shut down for the first time in forty two years if all goes well the national zoo could soon have a new panda cub the call Survation biology institute in the national zoo performed in artificial insemination on may show on yesterday she's been under close watch for some time now and entered breeding season earlier this month because female giant pandas only have twenty four to seventy two hours to become pregnant once they enter this phase she was inseminated artificially the hopeful father is TNT it may showing is twenty one years old and because giant pandas can breed into their early twenties the team is hopeful the pregnancy will be a success but they won't know for sure for several months when they're able to see whether there's a fetus the zoo is closed but you can still trying catch a peek of Machon on the panda cam online Melissa Howell WTOP news Los Angeles angels I sure hope the disruption of the major league season won't be a long one Dave Calhoun was very much looking forward to the start of the baseball season aside from his love of the game for the last seven years she's worked as an usher at angel stadium I walked up to the place and it kind of spread my arms ago this is my office you know I got a lot of square footage here I got the biggest office in the world but the best thing about the job he says I get to watch Mike trout play every day hopefully and it's a pleasure but an unsettling health crisis is put the season on hold affecting Calhoun and thousands like him the obvious would be potential income the other is of the camaraderie and get back together with the people you know the people you work with for six months of the year if and when the games resume Calhoun will be back in his familiar spot section three thirty one behind home plate mark monitors Anaheim ahead in money news raising pay and hiring thousands of new employees companies that are bucking the trend right now stay with equal opportunity is the cornerstone of the American dream being employed gives us the confidence to be financially independent we feel useful and respected but what if you were.
"william barr" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"William Barr says the decline of religion in America is undermining democracy the Attorney General says religion is necessary to provide citizens with a moral compass he says without religious morality tyranny is necessary to control people William Barr was addressing a conference of national religious broadcasters in Nashville saying that courts had misinterpreted the constitution's establishment clause which he says is part of the erosion of religion Barr says everyone agrees we must have separation of church and state but that doesn't mean religion should be driven from the public square hi Jackie Quinn the former mayor of Baltimore Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in prison in federal court for selling her self published healthy Holly children's books the nonprofit organizations to promote her political career and fun her run for mayor breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com health news more Americans are overweight researchers say the U. S. obesity rate has risen about forty percent over the last twenty years now considered one of the nation's leading health problems about forty two percent of Americans are severely overweight and nearly one in ten is severely obese obesity expert Dr William Dietz at George Washington University says many of these people will face diseases like diabetes heart disease and cancer and doctors will be overwhelmed hi Jackie Quinn Canadian officials say they will not provide security for prince Harry and his wife Megan with a step back from royal duties a spokeswoman for Canada's public safety ministry says the assistance will be ceasing in the coming weeks Harry and Meghan say they'll walk away for most royal duties starting March thirty first give up public funding and try to become financially independent more on these stories to tell in old outcome I'm John Scott sixty AM.
"william barr" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"General William Barr to resign the justice department alumni made to request a bar in an open letter after the department intervene in the case of Roger stone days and days of heavy rain forced authorities managing dams in Mississippi and Tennessee to release more water worsening the flooding for people living downstream entire neighborhoods have disappeared in the muddy floodwaters and a Mississippi as many as a thousand homes have been flooded police are investigating a vandalism spree that left the famous Plymouth rock covered in graffiti town officials say workers had removed the red spray paint covering the rock by late this morning the town of Plymouth is celebrating the upcoming four hundredth anniversary of the Mayflower landing no arrests had been made by this afternoon you never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the miles Kimball show AM seven sixty talking breaking news AM seven sixty talk and breaking news fifteen sounds better Adams Avenue multi car crash earlier railing remain shut down according to C. H. P. in traffic still delayed from the freeway interchange five freeway north mentor Lomas Santa Fe install the push you to the right shoulder but heads up if you're heading in that direction right now Ford is sponsored by dell dell's presidents day business sale starts now get monumental savings on dell business species with Intel core processors call eight seven seven by dell or visit dell dot com slash business deals have you ever noticed how real estate agents tend to push their own agenda how the assume they know what you want without even asking I'm Dan beer with the beer home team AT X. P. realty and our belief is that you should always have options you've likely heard both Mike Slater Armstrong Getty and Brett winnable here on seven sixty endorsing our team when you meet with us we give you the option of task shopper where you can sell as it is and move out at your convenience with no commissions and no closing costs option two is a bull market place that can enhance the net profit to you it takes longer with a lot of traffic to your home or we can provide the capital that we have your property and sell it at a greater value the only question is what makes the best sense for you there's a reason that the Wall Street journal ending five thousand I recognize the beer home team among the top realistic teams in the country several years running we sell more than eighty times but the average age in cells in a year put that experience to work for you to explore your options call eight hundred six six seven two thousand three or visit sold by Dan beer dot com with all the rain I'm amazed at how many phone calls we are receiving from customers wind solar system installed by someone else and now the roof is leaking yet the companies refused to help this is one more reason to do your research before starting a solo relationship I'm Adam reserve from Palomar solar in roofing after being in the business and researching competitors for over fifteen years I can tell you there are only three companies who I feel like you have a great experience with I'm proud to say we are wanting to a luck finding the other two by the way they do not advertise on the radio it amazes me still today how many homeowners make bad decisions our goal from day one has been to help folks make great solar decisions whether they choose us or not I guarantee a professional no pressure consultation will not be a waste your time and can help save you thousands of the hours and future headaches call the local name you can trust call Palomar solar and roofing at seven six zero five zero four zero three eight eight or visit Palomar solar dot com that's seven six zero five zero four zero three eight eight what would happen to you if you lost thirty forty fifty percent or more in the market thank you very likely destroy your quality of life and impact your plans for the future recent market volatility in new twenty twenty changes to social security may be a good wake up call to get a second opinion on your retirement plans for the future just thinking about how much income you lead in retirement and we're will come from can be a daunting task so join of staying awake for a complimentary retirement and social security maximization workshop on February.
"william barr" Discussed on X96
"Attorney General William Barr said in an interview today that he hopes president trump will stop tweeting about justice department criminal cases like that of former adviser Roger stone because it makes it impossible for him to do its job and then try to immediately to eat it you mean your job of covering up my crimes is that what you mean radio from maybe I guess I just wanna let you know I'm going to be going to question if just I'm.
"william barr" Discussed on AP News
"I the general William Barr who's under fire for lowering the sentencing recommendation for a friend of president trump's is criticizing the president for tweeting about the justice department Attorney General William Barr tells ABC's Pierre Thomas it's time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal case far says trump's tweets have done real damage about cases pending in the department and a bad judges before whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job the ABC interview comes after bar over ruled his own prosecutors who recommended trumps long time confident Roger stone be sentenced to seven to nine years in prison bar is scheduled to testify to Congress at the end of next month Tim acquire Washington president trump's expected to veto a bill that passed in the Senate it would restrict his ability to launch military action against Iran without congressional approval the house approved a measure to remove the decades old deadline long past for ratifying the equal rights amendment ending the date for the ratification of the equal rights amendment it's an historic day it's a happy day that's house speaker Nancy Pelosi days of torrential rain across the southeast leaving the threat of flooding for hundreds of residents in Jackson Mississippi the rising Pearl River is threatening homes Kentucky reports more than a hundred water rescues in recent days it was a warm greeting in Cambodia for hundreds of cruise ship passengers they've been stranded at sea because of fears of the corona virus and fears over surging cases of that new virus also affected stocks the Dow Jones industrial average dropped a hundred twenty eight points the nasdaq fell thirteen this is ABC news the defense in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial wrapped up its case reading aloud friendly emails from women after the Hollywood producer reportedly attacked them our Mike Sestak reports the prosecution's up next muscular Joan.
"william barr" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Do what I think is right resident tweeted later on the the the and to to William Barr or just a tweeted out in general not necessarily to win bar that you know he has a right to say that what he wishes to say and he's got full confidence in in Mister bard and by the way repeated that a couple of times in you yesterday we saw this a long time ago that the president because he does react we'll do things that are right will do things that are wrong and we'll do things that are in in between we don't normally get caught up in the president and his tweets everyday we have said this before we wish that he did not tweet as much I will say this from the most loyal trump supporters that is probably the biggest negative they have against the president I would not yeah in in here's I can I could narrow it down for myself there are down to a few things first of all your personal lawyer should be doing TV interviews should be talking about current cases should be talking about a number of things in the media and I would say the same for the president on tweeting certain situations especially with the with current situations like he was with with William Barr I'm just because our Hey it doesn't there is no advantage politically it doesn't do anything for you after the victory or more and when a case is over something bright comes down and summed and there's a solution and we moved on you comment on it impeachment was a political game I had no problem at all with him you know doing anything during that process because he was not given anything in the house in terms of any kind of recourse so all of that fine but when you when you talk about certain cases and certain specific cases whether it's just as the barber something involving the president separately don't tweet about those things and and and and keep your lawyer off keep off the TV well as well as we said the other day and we had our we had our theory we said wow this fits the pattern you have the you know the the of the announcement of seven and nine years the outraged by the outrage across the board yeah that that is an unfair sentence right Jeffrey Toobin was saying that on CNN yeah you know that if you know what a way out of line of what normally is but you you you first go because the we still have that from the briefing that the Eiji had from these lawyers that the briefing was not the fact that they were going to do this so you set him up by stating that you know this is what you know this is what our recommendation will probably be then you don't follow that you make it all rages sentence knowing that the president's going to respond he will react to it and knowing that the Attorney General say I'm sorry we've got a we've got to pull that back when the president says it even though the Attorney General from all reported sources made the decision before the president ever tweeted it to do that in there was never any communication between the two it is the perception that because of the time line of when it happened and in this particular case when all the focus this is why messaging is so critical one all the full when you have a win win win win win number one the jury foreman mmhm that that has that has come out about the incredible bias in which will make them look at the entire case and number two universally you have prosecutors coming out saying now that was and that was a ridiculous sentence you know recommendation mmhm but the president again tweeted about it then tweeted and attacked the judge right and bars saying I can handle this I think that's part of what I do you know part of my message was look we can handle this here's the problem then the challenge of the president has the Democrats in the media view this president as corrupt even though that there is no evidence that he is corrupt and every time there's an investigation we find out the president is not corrupt there's no evidence either it doesn't stop them from taking every opportunity to put the narrative out there that the president is corrupt and I do think that they believe because he does reacts so quickly that there will be many opportunities in the future to do this and of course you had Swalwell already talking about impeachment for this your others talking about impeachment for it I Nancy Pelosi said it was an abuse of power but we're not going to the I word yet right and the problem is when you know you can win on messaging completely and we've stated this before and we know because we've done this for decades ourselves if you argue correctly you can win why did the president win big time after the state of the union he messaged correctly yep the tone was correct everything was correct this president has because I as I was mentioning the Democrats are trying to make the president as corrupt but the reality is and I think this is what bars attempting to communicate to the president if not directly but this is the truth in the law what the law states and the president's opinion is exactly the same in most cases from let me do my work right I'm not doing this just I'm not doing this for you I'm not gonna be bullied by you but I understand that the work that I'm doing to enforce the law banks all of your opinions right so you don't need to be tweeting that puts out a perception that I am somehow following your lead instead of doing what I should be doing as Attorney General which by the way is exactly what you want because it is about the law and as I told you earlier I said the law and the president can both be on the same side yep and track they are and have been on the same side Democrats keep attempting to promote the fact that this is a president that is corrupt even though they've never succeeded in finding evidence that the president is corrupt right I'm here is the I guess concerned the Roger stone case you know I really don't have any feelings one way or the other four Roger stone I don't know the guy I don't care about his association with the president it's about justice but I don't want a situation like this happen as Durham starts coming down with indictments right you don't want to play that out on Twitter let Durham do his job whatever comes down if you know if there are indictments and were led to believe that there will be on the whole FISA court thing and the FISA warrant as those as that happens leave it alone because the problem is is that you turn it into something political when it should be purely legal ones it's behind you once justice has taken its course then you can look back and say here the victories here here is what happened and the American people need to know that this is what happened he could do that and number ways they could do that at a at a White House announcement he could he could out like you did the other day he could do that through a statement they could do that via Twitter but if you're gonna play that out on Twitter as it's happening before justice has taken its full course then you turn that into a political game and it shouldn't be because justice has to lead and on the the this is this is this could be one of the biggest presidential elections scandals ever as these indictments come down if they do come down it could play out to be this massive if you want to bomb show by the way it's one show Friday if you want a bomb shell we could have a Sears a bomb shells in the information that we learn through indictments and and possible prosecution of individuals from the Obama administration but don't touch that on Twitter don't touch that during the process he I mean he will continue to do that but he does it it is again he does it does it and sometimes it's a success and sometimes it's not a success hi you know I I know that board probably some people upset or believe it's unfair it's just the reality of a when you have the opportunity to win the messaging then when the messaging right when it every time because the messaging works and we will have people that will say no it doesn't well everybody love the state of the union address or yeah and the president was his presidential as you can be and it came across to independence as a very very successful state of the union address selling selling your presidency you look you sell everything everything is sold everything is bought and sold them everything that's not a bad thing that's just the reality of the way the world works if you've got a market what you you know you know what you do and you've got to take away any ammunition from the other side I'm not upset about it anyway because I'm this is what this president is you're not going to change him but he does as its own peril in as we said this is the president's election to lose days like yesterday and the day before because of what he did in a situation that was a slam dunk win win win win win gave the media the opportunity to turn it in another direction right and and again the Rajasthan case that's just it's just laughable the seventy nine year recommendations just laughable I this I mean you know looked up look the president's right on everything you're not wrong on it but it's that's it this isn't about right or wrong on on that particular issue it is the perception of are you interfering in the justice department which he is not no it's not no he's not but it's the police should have and it's it's okay for him to have an opinion the problem is is about specific legal cases let them lie in justice let justice prevail and once it does then comment all day on but not during the process because pollutant because at that point you turn it into something political which is exactly in fact it becomes purely political on the surface which is something that the Democrats have been doing and it doesn't work for them but very quickly your theory that bar purposely went on television and new Yaxley what he was going to do okay and maybe there are associates in the White House that washed him to do that in order yes to deflected and say look I'm not going to be bullied by anyone right and okay if you take a little shot at the president that's fine but we got a clear this and move on because we do have a lot of things coming down the pike in the next couple of months exactly that your theory it's okay to go on national TV and create a little bit of a roof which doesn't mean anything because go on look majority people can't name the three branches of government asking who Roger stone is fed them don't right so you can create a little bit of a raft and then move on because I I do believe that the Democrats are looking to undermine AG bar yeah before the whole FISA court thing comes down and we said this for hope for how long yes exactly like they want any in road that they can get to separate him from those cases and the and the fact of the matter is is is it's not necessary you don't have to do it and and who knows maybe a call from the White House not from the president but someone close to the president saying Hey maybe you go on and you call the president out on television eight six six ninety right I with more red eye radio with a record hi drivers what more parking more fresh food great coffee.
"william barr" Discussed on AP News
"Jack the general William Barr who's under fire for lowering the sentencing recommendation for a friend of president trump's is criticizing the president for tweeting about the justice department Attorney General William Barr tells ABC's Pierre Thomas it's time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal case far says trump's tweets have done real damage about cases pending in the department and about judges before whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job the ABC for whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job the ABC interview comes after bar over ruled his own prosecutors who recommended trump so long time confident Roger stone be sentenced to seven to nine years in prison bar is scheduled to testify to Congress at the end of next month Tim acquire Washington president trump's expected to veto a bill that passed in the Senate it would restrict his ability to launch military action against Iran without congressional approval the house approved a measure to remove the decades old deadline long past for ratifying the equal rights amendment ending the date for the ratification of the equal rights amendment it's an historic day it's a happy day that's house speaker Nancy Pelosi days of torrential rain across the southeast leaving the threat of flooding for hundreds of residents in Jackson Mississippi the rising Pearl River is threatening homes Kentucky reports more than a hundred water rescues in recent days it was a warm greeting in Cambodia for hundreds of cruise ship passengers they've been stranded at sea because of fears of the corona virus and fears over surging cases of that new virus also affected stocks the Dow Jones industrial average dropped a hundred twenty eight points the nasdaq fell thirteen this is ABC news the defense in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial wrapped up its case reading aloud friendly emails from women after the Hollywood producer reportedly attacked.
"william barr" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hearing McNamara eight six six ninety right I want to play this audio cut quickly here I know we're covered a lot of things today but and when I can be here next week and so it's it by what wanna make sure that we cover all the important stuff impeachment is it really yesterday for example on impeachment yeah I I it's I was running errands all day ours running errands I was doing stuff around the house so really I was following up more on Twitter but over the last couple of weeks I've learned nothing new there's nothing new I don't just sit in front of the television and watch them go back and forth because all I have to know is what is the evidence that the Democrats are presented and that's never changed right so there's other topics out there that were also following one of them is the inspector general's report and everybody's always wondering what is William Barr think and I'm one of the plays short audio cut but it's yeah I want to make sure we got this in there because it mirrors would you what I've said in the past end of William Barr yesterday was interviewed by Martha McCallum at the box and she asked the question when you remember call me was doing the interview yeah and said well I really didn't know what was going on at all whatsoever that's the you know that that was all being that that's done you know seven levels beneath me anyone I said wow someone under everybody under the bus but you and I've always believed no it wasn't seven low levels below those agents would have been doing their job it's when it got up to the upper echelon as we have said before those in charge where it became political what did let's see what William Barr had to say about it in the interview yesterday with Martha McCallum was seven steps removed from what was going on the director doesn't get involved in in these kinds of things the actual destination you.
"william barr" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Breaking news of today's this Attorney General William Barr has told associates was reported by The Washington Post that he disagrees with the justice department inspector general on one of the key findings in an upcoming report that the FBI had enough information in July twenty sixteen to justify launching investigation to members and of the trump campaign so he disagrees with that fundamental point he thinks that the FBI did not have enough information I don't either in that city without seeing the report and most of this was based on again George Papadopoulos because we're starting we're going back to July twenty sixteen a low level I don't even if he's being him pay by the campaigners like involved here for the campaign has some meaning and that is enough to justify an FBI investigation spying on a U. S. presidential campaign I think if this is correct the Terry Joe Barr correct also no it's not and I always I did ask a question last week the inspector general's made needs oversight as well I don't trust a lot of this process is all there's always a lot of hype about these inspector general reports always and I just wanna taper down right now I think there will be a lot I think there will be bomb shells in there but remember he prosecutes know what he can put no one behind bars John during can he's the U. S. attorney the bill Barr appointed and Billboard doesn't have to it just because the inspector general finds this does not mean the bill Barr can't disagree with it and say there wasn't the basis and by the way we're gonna go out and and and home grand juries possibly subpoenas and then maybe even at issue indictments are for those we believe I'd we're engaged in wrongdoing so I again I just think it is interesting yes a large wooden who's leaking information from the report will this report now is in the hands of a lot of people I will say it is going through member it it was reported and then a gas to go through it it has to be the parts have to be declassified for public release next week so I mean a lot of people getting this and sometimes these these are not leaks sometimes the DOJ is putting out a message just not attributing it to anyone there's a difference there between a leak which is a kind of a legal and wrong and just putting out information without attribution I don't know what the case is here but I do find it she that's coming from the Washington post of all places by using large too good to point out and I think one of the problems with this hundreds of page report that means hundred a lot of people worked on it making it very difficult to keep too close but why do you think Lisa pages out there trying to remake her image because the reports coming out what do you think they're carrying over the impeachment because the reporters coming out you go through the list after list after list what are your thoughts on again this report that Attorney General bart disagrees fundamentally with one of the main if not the most important conclusion of the entire report from the I. G. that even with all the wrong doing even with all the hatred of president trump that was exposed to the FBI even with the FBI deputy director being fired for leaking even with and that's a major McCabe Mr TV comitative now even with Peter struck a Lisa pager their insurance policy they had enough info to justify legally opening investigation to spy on a U. S. presidential campaign because it George Papadopoulos one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten if you and talk to us on air that's one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero to weigh in on that let me encourage you as well my dad right now no team from I think he went through Washington DC Atlanta Georgia a Nashville Europe we have Israel represented there as well and it and really from across the country they see OJ the team of lawyers preparing for doubt the first day in the in the case at the I CC it's at their highest chamber hallway in my hands is the situation the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan by that'll be making his first oral argument of two tomorrow if the exascale schedule there's a three day they think it's like being before the Supreme Court for three days she have these divide up times a fifteen minutes ten minutes then question time for thirty minutes to an hour and so he's going to join us tomorrow live to give us an update on how they want we in this trial remember what we're doing we are there representing the interests of the US armed forces and intelligence community on our own they can't do it they can't do it because they're not a member of the I see the U. S. is not a member of the ICC and even in this matter what temper what show up because by doing so could be giving jurisdiction over the I CC for at least this matter so bye bye a kind of a an appearance there so the defense of our troops relies on others well if it wasn't for the ACL Jay is one of the group are going to technical grounds W. espace group were the only U. S. based group and the only one fully there to defend the the U. S. armed forces and our intelligence agents from the beginning of an international criminal court investigation to whether or not those men and women I committed war crimes.
"william barr" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"B. L. O. U. S. attorney. William Barr wants Facebook now to give law enforcement away to read encrypted messages sent by users what's the big picture here let's go in depth because we want you to understand the stories were talking about let's go live to our next to look at Tara and in as the Attorney General kinda reigniting tensions between big tack in law enforcement what what's the crux of the issue here. like the began between law enforcement and tech companies back in twenty sixteen when a federal judge ordered apple to help the FBI a month and I found that was recovered in that mass shooting in you know the FBI alternately cracked that I've done without apple's help but that one is that all kind of began over you know what tech companies should be doing to help law enforcement in this case Attorney General bill Barr and officials from the from the UK and Australia are pushing for Facebook not to implement it and to end encryption program on it messaging services the what is end to end encryption and that is a feature that and number of messaging app hi Bob in this case we're talking about Facebook messenger and what's apt and it makes it so that when you send someone a message in a private conversation it no one else has access to that message only the sender and the recipient can read the messages that any idea here is that it makes private conversations more secure secure from hackers threaten anybody else out there who you know would want to gain access to your conversation law enforcement officials they've been arguing that they should have access leaving cryptic messages when they are conducting investigations that are not arguing tab you know constant access to the city that's just when they are conducting investigations they'd like to have what's called a back door at two these messages and they're arguing that this would help them crack down on things like child exploitation and terrorism but of course privacy advocates they strongly oppose the move they're saying that if we create these back door that could pose a problem in terms of you know it might open the door to you abuse and intrusion of personal data medication and they're also concerned about what that could mean perhaps if there's a way for law enforcement to get into your messages could hackers use that same way to get in here yes fine line their law enforcement wants so a way to read messages similar to wire tap security experts say giving. police such access makes messaging and secure for everyone could be a slippery slope and I know you will keep your eye on it for us yes thank you so much we appreciate it that's our in asked to look at Terry it is twelve twelve now your.
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