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Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on John Batchelor

John Batchelor

02:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on John Batchelor

"And maybe they be happy for what? John Baxter. This is John Better show Sebastian Gorka of America. First his radio program across the nation on the Salem network, and we turn to Russia Gate. Okay. Russia Gay days. Okay, Obama Gate. This is about an abuse of power that the attorney General, Mr Barr said he has signed US attorneys. I'm told they're now five of them to pursue the facts where they take them not only for origin but also for something the attorney general has indicated, most recently in testimony To find out what this abuse of power meant before the election going back before 2016 especially with regards surveillance and unmasking. Said the testimony by the under sworn testimony by the deputy attorney general for Barack Obama, Sally Yates being questioned by Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. Revealed very little that nest. Sally Yates had not said before, in other testimony, all of them under oath, and I believe that that was correct if she is on attorney as I believe she is, and she has attorneys. They advised her. Don't change your testimony. But gosh said when Sally Yates very carefully told us she didn't know anything about the Logan Act being brought up in the January 5th meeting. She didn't know anything about people abusing General Flynn. She thought it was all in the course of her duty and that she really didn't know why it wass that they gave her a FISA document to sign that had false. False remarks on it. She didn't seem to know much about anything. As the deputy attorney general, I would say that she was mostly not available. No. And the fact alone that we now have confirmed by DOJ documents that it was incumbent president was Barrack Obama, who had to inform the deputy attorney general about the crossfire. Hurricane surveillance off the incoming national security advisor is absolutely stunning. You're right, John. We didn't learn anything really new at Senator Lindsey Graham's hearing. But the choice of words is always interesting, not spend that she agreed with the chairman and said yes. James Comey could be described as having gone rogue in his surveillance of General Flynn. Now we knew that that's not new. That's not newsworthy. But the fact that she saying it at a Senate hearing is interesting. And maybe She's preparing the ground work for upcoming potential indictments on announcements by U. S Attorney Durham and the new attorney general. Right, Right. What we have here is a mystery now. Puzzle. Don't do the American people want this mystery solved before Election Day, or have we already made up her mind? You know, one of the one of the witty remarks that Richard Nixon made after the election of 72. And when they brought up to him that Watergate costs us a 1,000,000 votes. I think that's what one of his counsellors told him. He looked over. And he said was I supposed to win by six million? I mean, it was. It was a witty remark. I don't remember what his margin was, but it was heavy. He won a big election over Mr McGovern. I'm wondering if the American people have already taken into account that there was abuse of power and that they will vote without really getting too involved in what we were what we might learn between now and election day. I don't think so. I think we need tohave the confirmation where 88 days out from the election, there are internal regulations and traditions that one dozen drop reported indictment of a political nature within 60 days of an election. We have tohave Information even if it's just the first version of the true history of what happened with the first ever try agency intelligence operation against the political campaign in U. S history, So no, I think the American people are still owed a large chunk off the story, which has yet to be confirmed by official sources, and which goes all the way up. To the top of the Obama White House That is very similar to remarks that the attorney general has made the American people need to hear this story about Joe Biden, candidate presumptive candidate of the Democratic Party. I was surprised. I was surprised that he's not going to Milwaukee. I thought that Joe, this is the capstone of your political career. It is safe to go to Milwaukee. You're not at risk. You're inside security all the time. What do you make of the fact that he doesn't want to go there and make a speech on an empty stage to an empty room, But it still would be in Milwaukee. Why not? Well, he's making speeches already in an empty room, so we know that it's not because of the ostensible reason he's giving. It's alive the falsehood. I think the campaign realizes that his debates against President Trump, My old boss will be disastrous, and they're setting the stage for a refusal for the first time, I believe since the founding of the Republic for the two presidential candidates. Not to debate each other in front of the American people so that they can make an informed decision. So I think this is just getting ready for the denial of the will of the American people to hear Joe Biden live debate the current incumbent off the White House, and it's an outrage. Let me translate. In other words. By not going to Milwaukee. He's established the precedent that he won't go to the site of the 1st 2nd and third debate to debate with the president, and he might offer the alternative of staying in his Delaware home. And debating the president. By what video in some fashion. I think they'll make that offer. But I think the White House and the president will rightly refused. But I think that I think that is the expectation they will offer. A video debate, which is a book, of course, is just absolutely unacceptable. Underlining. This is thie doubts that have been raised consistently for months about Joe Biden's health. He's not improving those Those who doubt by continuing to come up with way clever ways to get out of meeting the American people, and also his remarks are increasingly vague. He's very vague about what he is about who he is. Eyes. It's strange sub. This is another matter where I think the American people have already made a decision. They know that the American people assume there are troubles with Joe Biden. And those troubles they'll have to vote on Election Day. I can't believe we're going to learn anymore, except as you say he'll get out of the debates. Then, In the last few weeks, we have seen a man who has been in politics of 47 years. Eight years in the White House with vice president say the following things in managed interviews, friendly interviews. Number one. If you're not voting for me, you're not black two days ago. Challenging a black interviewer in a friendly interview. When asked, Are you cognitively sound? Are you taking regular tests for your cognitive capacity? He retorts by saying Are you a junkie, a junkie John to the interviewer on then the latest that we reported today on in my show, he said. He said that the man who's called his fellow segregationist senators, fine gentleman, he said. Hispanics are far more diverse part of America than the black population. It's stunning John. This is why he can't be allowed out of the basement by his campaign managers because he is absolutely unfit to debate on the issues of the day so and if a Republican candidate And make comments like that the campaign would be over. Sebastian Gorka America first is the radio program on Salem Network. I'm John Bachelor, takes.

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Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on Larry O'Connor

Larry O'Connor

00:58 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on Larry O'Connor

"Programme coming up in 16 minutes. We will hand it off to live It always like this. Especially troubling times will look forward to that. But we've got to discuss between now and then and let's get right to it, Shall we? Joining us right now He's a congressman representing the fifth District of Arizona. He gets toe hang out every day in the house of Representatives and see Nancy Pelosi do her thing, which is, you know, whatever. Alexander because of Cortez, and don Omar, tell her to do. He is representative Andy Biggs Congressman. Thanks for joining us. Hey, my pleasure before Oh, did we? Well, you're here now. Good time, but it's a beautiful thing. I I want to ask you something. You're a great article in the Washington Examiner about the Democrats behavior with regard to William Bar, the attorney general who would use that before. Jerry Nadler Judiciary Committee. First of all, why don't you just take it from there? Give us a little bit of your reaction to what you saw there. What? What we saw was, I view it as an incredible abusive power but by people who have no sense of decorum, nose and no sense of shame. This just vitriolic attack against Attorney General Bar. It was nothing short of a political circus. I mean that there were things legitimately. You've gotto ask with regard to oversight, but what they would do is they would ask you question when he started answering to it immediately. Use a procedural move to prevent it from even answering. It was ridiculous. It was that was the whole reclaiming my time Reclaiming my time claiming my time thing. Yeah, exactly. It's a theme for a great T shirt. Ahh, it's a bad move for Congress because They they displayed in my opinion on arrogance and ignorance. But if you were watching that you just had to be embarrassed, it was cringe worthy. And it and it makes Nancy Pelosi as she looks smarter than than than you would think, because she's the one who took the impeachment hearing away from Navin and gave it to shift and we see why every time he gets a hearing, whether it's the Mueller hearing with this He loses absolute control. I mean, just ah, really pitiful job running a hearing and managing it managing a committee hearing and it's terrible. You just well, and you make the case that this is this is a great example of what happens when you put the left in charge of things. I mean, if this is how they run a committee in the house than what will it be like when they run the Senate or for that matter of the executive branch of government? No, That's exactly right. My point is, along with that is inherent in leftism, the leftist movement there Their project is a sense of authoritarianism. And so On learning. I mean, this if you want to know what the left is doing, just always see what they're calling people what they're saying. Other people doing and so they have this authoritarian vent. And they abused people and no sense of humanity, notions of generosity of spirit. And quite frankly, they will abuse their power. Uh, nine times out of 10 was being with representative Andy Biggs of Arizona. And I just want to follow up on this. Ah, bit with you with regard to the Democrats behavior with Attorney General Bar because I'd like to contrast it with what we saw yesterday with Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, who I think deserved some pretty tough grilling, in my opinion. Frankly, when you saw Lindsey Graham when you when you saw the Republicans on that panel, treat her in such a dignified and respectful and statesmanlike way. I wonder what should the lesson be? Here? Do do we sit the We conservatives just sit on the sidelines and conduct ourselves in this respectful, dignified diplomatic and statesmanlike way. Hoping and praying that Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler and Senator Hirono and all the people who Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, who dragged Brett Kavanaugh's name through the slime, We just hope and pray that they step up and they act dignified as well. Or is it about time? Maybe Congressman Biggs that we start fighting fire with fire and we treat hostile witnesses the way they treat to someone dignified, like attorney General Bar? Looks like my thought on this is you're never going to see the other side. Ah, treat people, as I say, with civility and decorum, that's that's just not gonna happen. I think you could be civil but extremely firm. Extremely probing you, Khun Demand answers. Look, I've tried. I've tried literally hundreds of cases. You can be outraged on DH, manage your vocabulary and let people answer and and get to the correct answer. That's what this is all about. You want to get the truth out. And when you conduct yourself away, the Democrats did. You're not going to get it. And if you're too milk toast. You're not going to get it. You have got to be direct. You've got to be firm. But you Khun B. You could be civil. I mean, you can be what you Khun demand answers and get those answers And I feel sometimes the Democrats don't care about the answer. They're just They're just in it for theater. And I think sometimes My colleagues on our side of the aisle were afraid to ask the tough questions. You can ask the tough questions. You don't have to be an idiot about it. Representative Biggs. I know you spend most of your time looking at the issues that are affecting our district in Arizona. But being here in D. C. You can't help but notice the issue with the shutting down of schools here in such a unilateral and arbitrary way on even in Montgomery County, Maryland. Now we just spoke with a parent who's suing the county because that county has even shut down private schools. Despite Governor Hogan's admonition. Is there anything the federal government? Khun do here to step in? And and maybe maybe withhold federal funding through the education Department for school districts that aren't doing their job and actually educating Children? That is our best leverage. Uh, people responded cities and states and school destruction no different. They get money from the feds. In fact, in Arizona, if you go to the trouble of education Most of those employees are co effectively co opted or paid for by by the federal government, So you just need to say, Look, you're not going to open up schools were not going to give you money. And I think the other thing, too is I've entered this piece of legislation previous to this, but Rand politics introduced one. I think this's powerful. It's okay. We're going to withhold the money unless you tag it on the back of kids. On the parents get to pick where they want to go because believe me, their charters and privates that want to open up and are ready to open up and they have mitigated the risk. And there's going to be traditional public school districts that want to open up a CZ. Well, let him open up. Let that funding go there, but otherwise your best leverage is going to be withholding funding because this is This has reached Ah, ah, point of absurdity. Quite frankly. And also what reached the point of absurdity is this push? The Democrats are really engaged in to goto on all male in mail out balloting program where where the state will just send out arbitrarily a blank ballot every single person on the voter rolls even if they didn't request it on. And you know the potential is there with issues with the Postal Service as well as all of these blank ballots, just being out and available for whatever. Nefarious used that somebody might want to engage in. How are you? And of course, some states air being smart and not going down that road. How are you looking at this Election day now in November in terms of the chaos that might ensue afterwards, State by state where some states will have, you know a regular voting process, and we'll get our results that night or well into the night and they're going to be some states. Where we're waiting weeks until we know who won that state or who won the district for that matter. Yeah. I mean, that's right. It is going to be chaotic, and the problem that I see is that is that Congress the lefties in Congress there, they're partially holding up the relief package, the code relief package and I don't get anything else about that, unless you do. But they're partially wantto holding it up because they want to try the leverage on all male invalid with that said they know quite frankly that that's the way they can. They can win this election. I think they rendered they're beginning to understand that their candidate Joe Biden this week..

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Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on Justice and Drew

Justice and Drew

01:03 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on Justice and Drew

"In America where we're kind of we're outside of the Matrix. We were when Obama is in office and the left is happy. The media goes in lockstep with it, And they put us all in this sort of fantasy world where everything is right in the World Theater ministrations doing no wrong. Nothing bad happens right when when, when Democrats are in charge. We don't have a homeless problem We don't have. We don't have a violence. Problem way haven't environmental problem because that's their excuse Teo to destroy our economy right and dismay. Intell capitalism, But, yeah, the pandemics are just after thoughts. You know when women when Democrats are in charge, I actually think, though, that there is a level where that analogy doesn't work anymore because There is a new version of the Matrix that the left is trying to perpetuate. And that's what you see on TV Two plus two equals four. Right there was the old like like, like the old iteration of the Matrix from the left is what you just mentioned. It is Obama in office. The media is happy. Everything is fine. We're going to ignore anything bad going on because we live in. And you know, we were looking through rose colored glasses because a lesson charge. But now we have this other version that their perpetuating where everything is horrible and awful and wrong when it relates to all these things, and it's all amplified. And this is the new version of the Matrix that they want you to live in right now. It's frightening when you think about it. I was watching a video and I took some notes. We'll talk about it later. Steve Dees, the talk show host as the latest all the latest covert numbers and their their their astonishing I mean, the numbers are truly are truly stunning. Right now, that's going to example right now. Currently, 0.7 Americans have covert 0.0 point seven Americans have Kobe among those that have died or sorry Among those who have covert that air, not in New York and New Jersey. It 0.3 of Americans 3% of Americans. Covitz 0.30 point 03 If you're not in New York and New Jersey I just mean it's a It's a long list of will share it with you later on, But it is gross. The data and the numbers out there do not warrant nor nor line up with the level of fear that people are expressing. Only 1.5% of Americans have tested positive in total for covert 19 1.5% testing positive of all Americans. Look at the world we're living in right now of people that have it. It's incredible. Let's go here. Sally Yates, former deputy attorney general told the Senate Judiciary Committee. Right and they get this falls into that category. This should be leading. That should have been leading news stories, right We're learning every every week. We learn more and more about the laws that were broken. I don't want to use the word corrupt because I don't think corrupt is strong enough. The law's the criminal activity that took place within Obama's Department of Justice that during the final a couple of months, final weeks leading up to the election and during the transition period, and yesterday was another one of those days, and I kept tuning into cable news trying to watch this hearing, and every time I flipped over it, it was another person talking about masks. They didn't even cover it. Oh, my gosh of us. I just missed it. It was so frustrating. So here is to take a listen to this to this piece of audio again when ah, this was again this attorney former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates to the Senate Judiciary Committee. When the FBI interviewed the incoming national security advisor Michael Flynn on January 2017 it was done without her authorization. Listen to this exchange of the phone call. This was a counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign's potential relationship with the Russians. That makes no sense. So January the fourth they recommend to drop Flynn. They mentioned the Logan Act and you advised against prosecuting the Logan Act. Is that true? He never made an official decision about whether we're going to do it, But I think it was unlikely. Certainly unlikely that prosecution that's not her. Yes, Yes. So it was a counterintelligence. Okay, Here's what I want to understand is the counter intelligence investigation that led to the interview you did authorize the interview is matter of fact, you wanted to go to the White House and tell them About the problem, didn't you? Trump. I thought that that was more media issue. And when you when you heard about the interview, you got upset, didn't you? I was upset that Director Comey didn't coordinate that with Doesn't acted unilaterally. Yes, I wass okay that Comey go rogue. You could use that term. It did Comey go rogue Lindsey Graham, and you use that term. She says you could use that term. Yes, but But it was called me guys. Here is the best. Yeah. He was the destinies just standing up for America. Suddenly all those all those ridiculous, stupid, idiotic tweets from the morons Just the morons that use the hashtag TC aunty, come flooding back into my brain Talk Tic tac time ticking down it again in a world where there was fair coverage, absent bias. This would be headlines within the other headlines juxtaposed with the relevant context as to how this investigation was conducted, and there are still people out there that will try to argue and that will dig their heels in and claim until the sun goes down that this was not a political hatchet job of an investigation. Nobody thought nobody involved in the investigation. Nobody that had any access to any of the information Early on, actually thought there was any collusion and we have them on record, saying that this is not just drew some Yahoo on the radio, saying that they are on the record, saying that they did not think there was any collusion during during the during the election between the Trump campaign and Russia. But they went ahead with it anyway, through a bunch of people in jail that didn't deserve to go to jail wasted millions of millions of dollars and two years of Americans lives and you know, and just to highlight again that The amount of and we'll talk about this because there's a there's a There's relevancy to some news that we have in the eight o'clock hour over the Minneapolis Ah Charter commission, blocking the proposal to defund the Police department and what the Minneapolis City Council has done. But the point I wanted to make is theater mount of time and energy..

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Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:50 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

"Task force. They were in the area of the Southwest, 173rd terrorist in the 100 block last night. No officers were hurt. Police did fire back, but the man got away and is still on the run. Florida is well positioned to conduct a safe, reliable election in November with a robust vote by mail program. That's according to a new report by the nonprofit government watchdog group called Integrity Florida. It's 2000 to Florida voters have been able to request bail ballot for any reason. Bart has a long history of health, and the process has been modified and improved over the years, most recently in 2019 spokesman Ben Wilcox says his biz big concern is this is Florida After all, and if something can go wrong, it probably will, Wilcox says. If it's a close election, it'll probably be contested. Former deputy attorney general Sally Yates, testifying about the Russia investigation on Capitol Hill yesterday, Triple a urging automakers to limit the use of many automated vehicle systems because theater club says They don't work very well. They tested driver assist systems from five manufacturers over 4000 miles, both on a test track and on public roadways, And they say they encountered problems on average about every eight miles. Biggest problem. Many of the systems that difficulty recognizing simulated broken down vehicles ahead. And about 2/3 of the time I ran into them. Triple A's director of automotive engineering says more defendable technology is needed. Jack Callahan Fox News. President Trump will visit Northwest Ohio today, the president scheduled to tour the World Pool factory in Clyde, before zipping into Cleveland for a fundraiser. These will be President Trump's first stops in Ohio since the start of the pandemic is also the first visit by a sitting president who's Sandusky County in more than a century Facebook, removing a post from the Trump campaign Twitter. Freezing the campaign account for the first time, Facebook pulled a post president Trump put up And then, shortly after Twitter removed that same post and suspended his campaign's account, the tech giant claims what President Trump said on Fox and friends Wednesday was misinformation about kids and covert 19. This thing's going away, it will.

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Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on America's Morning News

America's Morning News

01:32 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "deputy attorney general" discussed on America's Morning News

"There is a vitality and integrity and value in working. We're better people when we are working on something, then we are just simply lazing around. And if you've got a chance to work, I gotta have the dignity of work. Subscribe in Listen now by going toe fuck. Snooze podcasts dot com. Republicans keep probing the Russia probe, and senators may try to question former FBI director James Comey at a hearing next month yesterday, former deputy Attorney General Sally Yates testified, and GOP Senator Lindsey Graham as Comey go rogue. You could use that term is securing America, said person. Obama asked about former national Security advisor Michael Flynn's calls Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during a January 16 meeting because he was concerned the discussions went against US policy. Vice president of the National Security Advisor did not in any way attempt to direct or influence any kind of investigation. While Yates said she regrets if ISA warrant to surveil former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, she defended the counterterrorism investigation because of Russia's election interference. Rachel Sutherland, Fox's AP is reporting since March, More than 2000 unaccompanied Children who came to the U. S were sent back to their countries under Trump Administration order, citing the Corona virus has a reason to deny the kid's protections under asylum laws that took over 40 years. Put a fugitive who escaped from a Colorado state prison has finally been found. The FBI says Louise Archuletta had been living in a small town in New Mexico under an assumed name. He is now 77 years old. In 1973 Archuletta was found guilty of assaulting a police officer with a deadly weapon. The next year, he escaped prison, and since 1977 he has been wanted on a federal flight charge. Authorities say the arrest should serve as a clear signal to violent offenders that the FBI will find them. No matter how long it takes. Pam who so Fox News Wall Street stock futures are up modestly that after more big gains, the Dow search 273.

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US Attorney Richard Donoghue to Leave Eastern District of New York for Role at Main Justice

Red Eye Radio

00:12 sec | Last month

US Attorney Richard Donoghue to Leave Eastern District of New York for Role at Main Justice

"Federal prosecutor in Brooklyn is leaving his post for a job at the U. S. Department of Justice in Washington. This attorney Whatyou're Donohue told the staff Thursday that he'll become the top deputy deputy attorney general Jeffrey

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Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:56 min | Last month

Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized

"To justice department whistle blowers speaking in front of the house Judiciary Committee today outlining a series of allegations regarding what they see as political meddling in department affairs under president trump and Attorney General William Barr judiciary chair Jerry Nadler told those assembled it seems clear that bill bars actions are politically motivated and improper the Attorney General had simply missed judged the situation and thought that Mr Birmingham would go quietly then we might truck up this episode to simple miscommunication and incompetence but make no mistake this was not an isolated incident joining us on the komo news line is A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey Adam let's go into what Nadler is talking about Nadler and his fellow Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee essentially accusing the Attorney General William Barr politicized apartment justice serving as something of a cheerleader attacked Dr president trump and we heard from a number of witnesses including a former deputy Attorney General under Republican president George H. W. bush said bar refusing political cronies to reverse decisions involving trump associates and the called party completed the race in his lifetime to the rule of law and we also heard some really interesting testimony from a career prosecutor in the justice department who worked on the project stones he testified that pressure from senior department officials including the Attorney General led to more lenient sentencing and anybody else would be getting solely because Roger stone was an associate of president trump that the timing of this testimony was really interesting because it comes just hours after another trump associate general Michael when he found his atheist met after ruling by and you'll score basically coming after the justice department lobbied on his behalf so we're hearing in testimony on Capitol here and we're seeing it play out in real time to dissociate the president trump being treated special are being treated differently than any other average member of the country and the president had this to say today about what he thinks about Michael Flynn saying he thinks Michael Flynn was treated horribly by a group of very bad people expired on a campaign and they should never spy on a campaign to put it mildly never happened before in the history of our country will ease basically pointing the finger back at the Obama administration saying that while he was running for president president trump was running for president back in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen he's saying that the Obama administration's justice department was illegally looking into what was going on in his campaign and basically comes down to accusations of partisanship and politicization on both sides of the aisle I think that the Democrats really going after the justice department which has been traditionally so independent from what's happening in the White House willing to at times look into and investigate the goings on of his own party at the White House and saying that William Barkat if he's doing is constitutionally required duty just acting on the president's behalf and present health kind of playing the what about game as he looks back a few years and says he with the Obama administration's justice department I was playing politics not his own is this all coming about because of tourney General William Barr removing the district attorney Geoffrey Berman ends yeah I mean it it certainly doesn't help William Barr's case and you know although president trump has the right to dismissed any of these US attorneys at anytime you like he was the optics of the situation William Barr announcing late on a Friday night that Berman with stepping down Berman later saying I never resign showing up for work the next day on a Saturday morning and then it having to be trump who steps in to actually fire him over the weekend it seems like the trump administration there never really crossing the line when it comes to their actions always seems like there's an administrative staff but they're going about it in the wrong way in a potentially illegal waste inspired by the Supreme Court on other issues being flagged on Capitol Hill today it seems like it the governing party administrative aspect of the action that president trump and his administration you get

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Trump asked China to help him win in 2020, offered 'favors to dictators,' Bolton says

Mark Levin

02:37 min | Last month

Trump asked China to help him win in 2020, offered 'favors to dictators,' Bolton says

"Take a look at how the media covers New York times Peter Baker I never Trumper but pretends to be reporter John R. Bolton the former national security adviser says in his new book that the house and its impeachment increase should be investigated president trump not just for pressuring Ukraine to incriminate his domestic flows but for a variety of instances when he sought to intervene in law enforcement matters for political reasons give comment on what should have happened the Attorney General United States obviously doesn't think so the deputy Attorney General United States obviously doesn't think so and down the chain but John Bolton thinks well that's news Mr ball describes several episodes with the president expressed willing to willingness to halt criminal investigations quote to an effective personal favors to dictators he liked unquote citing cases involving major firms in China and Turkey quote the pattern look like obstruction of justice as a way of life which we couldn't accept Mr Bolton writes adding that he reported his concerns to Attorney General William Barr but your concerns obviously and obviously you had in the back your mind to write a book and so a lot of his conduct as a result of this ladies and gentlemen becomes suspect suspect Mr ball Mads a striking new allegation by saying that Mr trump overtly link trade negotiations to solve political fortunes by asking president Jean ping of China to buy a lot of American agricultural products to help him win farm states in this election year Mr trump he writes was pleading with G. to ensure he'd win he stressed the importance of farmers and increase Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat in the electoral outcome ladies and gentlemen it just so happens that from a national security and American economic point of view it makes sense for him to want China to buy more of our farm goods but when he says the president was pleading with G. let me ask you a question folks do you think she wants reelected excuse me elected as president trump or Biden so this doesn't even ring true

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Biden says there's "absolutely" systemic racism in law enforcement and beyond

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Biden says there's "absolutely" systemic racism in law enforcement and beyond

"Biden absolutely cornucopia leave systemic racism is present law enforcement Joe Biden was in the Senate for thirty six years and he was a vice president for eight years under the first black president the United States if he believes today there's systemic racism that means it didn't start today because it's systemic Joe Biden work with segregationists on the crime bill he worked with Bill Clinton on the crime bill he worked with Barack Obama on a whole host of issues the Attorney General of the United States the first one under Biden excuse me god for bid under Obama was Eric holder he was deputy Attorney General under Bill Clinton hit the highest law enforcement position in the land of the second highest what did you do about systemic racism in our police department the reddit Lynch was the second African American woman former prosecutor what does she do what Obama did

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Fired U.S. State Department watchdog tells lawmakers he was impartial

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Fired U.S. State Department watchdog tells lawmakers he was impartial

"A former top justice department official defending the Russia investigation during a hearing before lawmakers Senate Republicans begin their investigation into the F. B. I. twenty sixteen Russia probe and the surveillance of a trump campaign aide with the former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein with newly declassified records and a watchdog report that found widespread errors in the surveillance warrants Rosenstein said he would not have signed the paperwork if you had known then what he knows today Rosenstein who also appointed special counsel Robert Muller testified the two year probe was not a hoax committee Democrats said the hearing should have focused on policing issues and Kobe

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Rosenstein to testify as part of Graham's Russia investigation probe

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Rosenstein to testify as part of Graham's Russia investigation probe

"Former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein of Maryland will testify next week at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the justice department's Russia investigation that come from South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham who chairs the committee Rosenstein's appearance in a week will come at the first federal oversight hearing of the committee's new investigation Rosenstein is a pivotal figure in the Russia probe because he's the one who appointed Robert Muller's special counsel the committee hearings are part of a broader effort by allies of president trump to call into question decisions and actions made during the Russia

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Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Senate Judiciary Committee lines up its first witness as it looks into the Russia probe Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham says former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify on Wednesday as the committee opens an investigation of the FBI's Russia probe Rosenstein is a key figure in may twenty sixteen he appointed Robert Muller's special counsel to investigate potential ties between the trump campaign and Russia Rosenstein also authorized reviewing FBI applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page last December the justice department inspector general concluded there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor page Mike Rossio Washington

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Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting rod Rosenstein will testify about the Russia probe on Capitol Hill next Wednesday former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week as the panel looks into the justice department's Russia investigation senator Lindsey Graham the committee chairman said Thursday Rosenstein will testify about the new revelations contained in a report from justice department inspector general Michael Horowitz the report released in December concluded the Russia investigation opened in July twenty sixteen for a legitimate basis but it also says there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page might cross CO Washington

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Rod Rosenstein to testify before Senate panel on Russia probe

Larry Elder

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Rod Rosenstein to testify before Senate panel on Russia probe

"Former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify next week before a Senate panel looking into the F. B. I. investigation of the trump campaign Judiciary Committee chairman senator Lindsey Graham says Rosenstein will testify next Wednesday it marks the first public hearing and rams probe of crossfire hurricane the name for the investigation of Russian interference and since disproven allegations of collusion by the trump campaign Rosenstein says he's grateful for a chance to testify about information that's come to light about possible abuses of the FISA warrant process crossfire hurricane has been blasted by the president's supporters as an effort to unseat a duly

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Former Deputy AG calls for AG Barr to resign

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Former Deputy AG calls for AG Barr to resign

"Desk the former deputy Attorney General under president George H. W. bush is calling on Attorney General bill Barr to resign Donald Ayer called bar on American in an op ed in the Atlantic yesterday saying he must either step down or be impeached bars faced criticism after the justice department to intervene in the sentencing for Roger stone a longtime associate of president trump and hearing the Roger stone case is set for today is the long time trump adviser gets ready to be sentenced according to politico federal judge Amy Berman Jackson issued the order after prosecutors abruptly quit the case stone sentencing is supposed to take place on Thursday on seven felony counts including lying to investigators and

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DOJ won't pursue criminal charges against McCabe

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:59 min | 6 months ago

DOJ won't pursue criminal charges against McCabe

"D. O. J. will not prosecute former FBI director Andrew McCabe deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe although he was acting director for a while McCabe of course a frequent target of the president's tweets and this as we learn the justices taking another look at the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and of course all eyes got wider jaws dropped yesterday to hear Attorney General bill Barr tell the president to stop tweeting about his department in light of the Roger stone case and how many years that presidential confidante may go to prison for well it's now checking with Washington post reporter Robert Costa who is also the moderator of Washington week great to have you back Bob thank you so much right to be with you well so much going on here let's start with Michael Flynn the the the store your paper has that been reported today what's going on here between this is the in this investigation you see Attorney General bill Barr in a stand off with president trump about the integrity and independence about the department justice not only to Roger stone case from earlier this week and his sentence scene that led bar to give an interview to ABC news but now you see the department is making its own decisions on moving forward did it look at general flow at the lieutenant general Flynn and whether he his case was properly prosecuted if the Attorney General doing his own thing taking his own initiative about bar still has an uncertain future as the classes with the president right this is the the new set of arguments between the president and I one of the people that works with him what about McCabe could that be a big gear into irritant for Donald Trump it is in president trump facing a lot of challenges right now and because at one level you have an Attorney General who is defended him throughout the Muller investigation you have an Attorney General as The Washington Post reports today has passed outside prosecutors in this is in the deputy Attorney General's office in Saint Louis to review handling the criminal case about former national security adviser Michael Flynn and others political figures two on one level he's very much a loyalist to president trump but the the DOJ's refusal to prosecute McCabe the sentence scene of Roger stone earlier in the week has infuriated the president and you see HIM lashing out in this post acquittal phase of his presidency all right let's switch gears to the democratic presidential race and of course New Hampshire primary just few were few days past that now it's on to Nevada and South Carolina what's going on here with the front runner Bernie Sanders said how strong of a front runner he is he at this point he's strong winning the New Hampshire primary is no joke but it was a narrow win over former south and mayor Pete booted judge they now heading to South Carolina which was a tough state for Sanders in twenty sixteen secretary Clinton came back after Sanders beat her in New Hampshire if she came back in South Carolina but Sanders has made a lot of ground with African American voters in the last four years what really matters is not just South Carolina and the Nevada caucuses but super Tuesday in early March fourteen states will vote a huge amount of delegates will be awarded Sanders looks perhaps strong it's in the California primary estate full of progressives and liberals and his campaign feels good about that and and that the the fact that they feel like they're in it for the long haul finals two seconds here to talk about Joe Biden not dead yet by far especially if he does well in South Carolina but if his campaign flames out cannot be attributed to president trump painting him not as a great statesman or as a long time senator but as hunter Biden's daft that could be part of the factor the impeachment and the wear and tear but don't count out the Bloomberg factor as well mayor Bloomberg has been hovering over the biting campaign for months and that's only escalated in recent weeks as Bloomberg has spent millions in advertising in early states and he's seen a poll numbers rising now black voters in moderate voters in the Democratic Party have another option a well funded option and that's been a big problem for biting Bob good to talk again thanks so much thank you Washington Post Robert Costa moderator of Washington week airs tonight at eight on TV

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He was the man trying to protect Lee Harvey Oswald

AM Tampa Bay

01:13 min | 8 months ago

He was the man trying to protect Lee Harvey Oswald

"Jim Lovell was a police detective in Dallas two days after the Kennedy assassination in nineteen sixty three Lovell was transporting the suspected killer Lee Harvey Oswald when this is a placement walled was shot by Jack ruby I want to question being brave I didn't have anywhere to go and a figure from Watergate William Ruckelshaus a deputy Attorney General who resigned rather than carry out president Nixon's order to fire the Watergate prosecutor part of the infamous Saturday night massacre three men who ran for president Richard lugar the Indiana senator who ran in nineteen ninety six Lyndon larouche a conspiracy theorist to ran eight times and United States put pressure on various governments including the governments of Britain France and West Germany to support this policy of putting Khamenei into power in Iraq animados sometimes used as a theme song crazy who's nineteen ninety two candidacy may have changed history the always colorful businessman Ross Perot your business faithful thirteen dollars fourteen dollars out of the factory workers who can factor south of borders our a young twenty

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Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

"The first administrator of the EPA was also a key Watergate figure has died at the age of eighty seven William Doyle Ruckelshaus wore many hats in his long career but he's famously remembered for quitting his job as deputy Attorney General in nineteen seventy three rather than participate in what became known as the Saturday night massacre Ruckelshaus joined his boss Attorney General Elliot Richardson in declining to carry out president Nixon's unlawful order to fire the Watergate special prosecutor a lifelong Republican Ruckelshaus was a captain of industry a lawmaker in Indiana and at one time the acting director of the FBI president Nixon appointed him as the first administrator of the EPA in nineteen seventy where he signed the ban on DDT he moved his family to the Pacific Northwest and led efforts to clean up Seattle area waterways he was invited back to the EPA by president Reagan in nineteen eighty three to restore confidence in the agency he received the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand fifteen I'm Jennifer

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Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

"William Doyle Ruckelshaus wore many hats in his long career but he's famously remembered for quitting his job as deputy Attorney General in nineteen seventy three rather than participate in what became known as the Saturday night massacre Ruckelshaus joined his boss Attorney General Richard Elliot in declining to carry out president Nixon's unlawful order to fire the Watergate special prosecutor a lifelong Republican Ruckelshaus was a captain of industry a lawmaker in Indiana and at one time the acting director of the FBI president Nixon appointed him as the first administrator of the EPA in nineteen seventy where he signed the ban on DDT he moved his family to the Pacific Northwest and led efforts to clean up Seattle area waterways he was invited back to the EPA by president Reagan in nineteen eighty three to restore confidence in the agency he received the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand fifteen I'm Jennifer king

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Book by "Anonymous" prompts denials from White House officials

KCBS Radio Overnight News

02:08 min | 9 months ago

Book by "Anonymous" prompts denials from White House officials

"An excerpt from a new book written anonymously is all the talk in Washington and CBS news correspondent Paula read reports that the excerpt has prompted denials from White House officials while campaigning in New Hampshire vice president Mike pence denied that he would've considered removing president trump from office those rumors I dismissed him several years ago and I'm happy to dismiss them without qualification today CBS news has learned that in a soon to be published book and anonymous administration official claims top White House staffers dot pants was prepared to sign a letter invoking the twenty Fifth Amendment which allows the president to be removed from office if he's deemed unable to perform his job the anonymous official previously published an op ed in The New York Times blasting president trumps a morality and describing a resistance operating inside the administration the very notion of this anonymous wrote an editorial now it's reported that they were the focus just appalling to me deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe who was fired last year for lying about a separate issue previously told sixty minutes that former deputy Attorney General rob Rosenstein raise the twenty Fifth Amendment shortly after the president fired former FBI chief James Comey Rosenstein was actually open lady talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president that's correct counting votes for possible votes in an interview to air on CBS Sunday morning Norah o'donnell asked for you and ambassador Nikki Haley about efforts to oust the president from office you ever part of any discussion invoking the twenty Fifth Amendment against the president the twenty fifth the moment never came up in any discussion I had even though this book doesn't come out until later this month it's already near the top of the bestseller lists and White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham came out with a sarcastic statement on the book's author saying it takes a lot of conviction and bravery to write a whole book anonymously is

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Trump administration rolls out plan to expand DNA collection from migrants

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 10 months ago

Trump administration rolls out plan to expand DNA collection from migrants

"Apps the trump administration wants to collect DNA samples from immigrants detained at the US border KCBS as Melissa Khorasan is more on the proposal from the department of justice DOJ issued the proposal Monday and it would allow for the collection of DNA from all migrants detained by immigration officials university of San Francisco lawn migration professor bill hing says DNA collection very common but it generally is done when someone is arrested for a specific crime taking DNA samples from people they're coming here seeking asylum the vast vast majority of whom have never ever been at it states it's not consistent with the practice of DNA sampling the DNA collected from migrants would be stored in an F. B. I. criminal database and in a statement deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen says the proposal is intended to protect innocent US citizens and would help save lives and bring criminals to justice he however says that for the migrants whose only crime is crossing the border into the United States it's about maintaining privacy you similar to banking policies are online policies the DOJ officially will publish the rule Tuesday and then a twenty day public comment period

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The Saturday Night Massacre

Retropod

04:46 min | 11 months ago

The Saturday Night Massacre

"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered. Some of the historical events we cover on retro pod are moments instead of been lost to time forgotten both in details and an important and then there are the events events that stick with us as constant reminders of what history can teach us. This is one of those this is the story of the Saturday night massacre in nineteen seventy two five members of the committee to reelect President Richard Nixon had been caught breaking into the Democratic National Committee's offices at the Watergate hotel the next year a man named Archibald Cox was appointed when it as a special prosecutor to investigate the incident and determine whether the president had been involved in July Cox issued subpoena for secret recordings the president had made of his Oval Office Conversations Nixon refuse he invoked executive privilege to keep the tapes tapes private until finally months later the US Court of Appeals ruled that Nixon had to comply by then the rift between Nixon and the Justice Department had grown and it was clear the president wanted Cox gone and Nixon still didn't want to turn over the tapes why because the implicated him in a vast cover a few days. It's after the ruling. Nixon tried to broker a deal. He said he would not turn over all the tapes but instead would submit a summary of what was in the parts of the tapes related to Watergate Democratic Senator Within listen to the tapes verifying Nixon's Account Cox's answer nope in a statement published in newspapers on October nineteenth nineteen seventy-three Nixon blamed Cox for not accepting his proposal he called it reasonable compromise and ordered Cox to make no further attempts to obtain information on his conversations in response Cox Fox vowed to continue pursuing the tape recordings but Nixon had another more drastic plan to stop Cox from getting the tapes and put it into action the very next day that day a Saturday attorney general Elliot Elliot Richardson was summoned to the White House back at the Justice Department the Deputy Attorney General and three eighths huddled and Richardson's office. They knew why Richardson was being called all to the White House. He was the only one with the authority to fire Cox. Richardson went to the meeting. When he got back confirm their suspicions the president had ordered him to remove Cox. He refused Richardson was prepared to resign as attorney any general instead then the phone rang. It was White House Chief of Staff Alexander Alexander Haig Calling Deputy Attorney General William Ruggles House Richardson would not fight her 'cause it was now his responsibility to do also ruggles house refused and just like Richardson. He drafted resignation letter next in line with firing authority was. US Less Solicitor General Robert Bork he followed Nixon's orders and agreed to fire Cox Nixon won the special prosecutor was gone but the outcry was swift and loud the unprecedented shakeup at the Justice Justice Department became known as the Saturday night massacre and it triggered public and political backlash that accelerated Nixon's eventual downfall that fateful hateful Saturday night after it was all over Cox delivered a statement on national TV. He told the country whether ours shall continue can you to be a government of laws and not of men is now for Congress and ultimately the American people. I'm Mike Rosenfeld. Thanks for listening special. Thanks to Amy Wang for reporting the story for the Washington Post and for more forgotten stories from history visit Washington Post host dot com slash retro.

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El Paso shooting is being treated as a case of 'domestic terrorism'

Kentuckiana's Morning News

04:03 min | 1 year ago

El Paso shooting is being treated as a case of 'domestic terrorism'

"So as investigations both into el Paso Texas and date Ohio or going on especially el Paso with this man had a manifesto Michael Bauer joins us from NBC news radio and it was clear that he did not like people that came from Mexico into our country and the manifesto was more than disturbing Michael it definitely was he he kind of pay tribute to the gunman who killed fifty one Muslims at two mosques in New Zealand earlier this year cited white supremacist theory which is known as the great replacement that theory holds that a lead are working to destroy the white race by replacing them with Hispanic immigrants and refugees and this was part of his motivation for why he drove some seven hundred miles from his home to el Paso to have this kind of shooting occur and then these these charges that but charges that they're working right now says in the FBI are looking at the to hate crimes in firearms charges both could carry death penalty sentence against this guy in and they are looking now officially at this as a domestic terrorism investigation you might even rob Rosenstein that the former deputy Attorney General over the weekend tweeted out the killing random civilians to suppress the to spray some political messages terrorism the F. B. I. classifies it as domestic terrorism but white terrorism is more precise many of the killers are lone wolf losers indoctrinated to hate through the internet just like Islamic terrorists so he's calling this even more specific element of domestic terrorism specifically why terrorism that is going to have to be addressed here about your hearing not just the democratic candidates but others in battle Rourke who is from el Paso sitting there talking with folks in el Paso coming off of his is democratic candidacy tour to to to stop and and and and and take care of people and visit folks who were in the hospital after the shooting indicating that he has concerns that this is exactly the kind of language in this manifesto the president is reiterating when he speaks to different events specifically ones aimed at immigration so big concerns from people that direction the president expected to talk about ten AM this morning so not sure if he's got a plan in place he wants to see implemented but supposedly the White House have been working on something all weekend long that's the I. director Christopher ray was getting go by Congress just a couple weeks ago on these types of issues interestingly enough he said that they really don't investigate ideology even if it's repugnant but if violence is that is it just always wait and see I thought the FBI would always kind of star detailing someone you know what whether it's at the dark web if you will or social media with this are kind of deal just to see kind of where their thoughts and what they're doing would be I think it's a I think there are red flag words phrases those kinds of things that pop up in because attention to be drawn to but I don't know if that necessarily means that there is a follow up outside of that day they'll they may look at it similar to a Facebook look at those kinds of things of those red flags are popped up or if they have users that are giving the morning side but like in this particular case with the guy that we're talking about here that shot no Paso he didn't post his manifesto two eight chant until minutes before you did the shooting so wasn't like it existed up there for a lengthy period of time that FBI investigators could look at it and then began an investigation on behind the scenes this guy may have prevented the shooting he didn't even posted until minutes before hand so I I don't know how much necessarily how much help is is brought from these kinds of red flags up I've suppose warnings will be good and and the ability to look into things good in the case of the Dayton shooter that guide reportedly had police taking him off of a school bus at one point time when he was in high school because it a kill list at a rate list for girls that at this point in time it's unclear why there was no further investigation or whether or not they had any call to pull this guy off the street certainly that would have been concerned about his legal purchases for arms if there were a red flag in his record but that didn't happen either good to talk with you thanks Michael for your time this morning Michael our

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Then is even broaden even further it's more broad than broader i should say moreover when you look at the forty nine areas of the questions mr muller wanted to pose to the president of the united states why did you fire mister komi why didn't you like my appointment what did you say to jeff sessions and so forth this is exactly the kind of power by the way illegitimate exactly the kind of power that is supposed to be controlled and limited but it isn't controlled and limited not by the deputy attorney general and the attorney general has recused himself so i think a very strong argument could be made in order to be me i all the defendants in this case all the witnesses who do not wish to be witnesses anymore all the individuals receiving subpoenas who do not wish to respond to subpoenas all the people who've been notified that their subjects or even target so this investigation should walk into the respective federal district court and make the case that the appointment mr mueller is unconstitutional under the appointments clause we know the handful of cases that these judges will look at it will all depend on whether the judges fair or a leftist quite frankly but you're still make your point you still make your case matter for its lawyers then their arguments to judge ellis and the others should to make the case and i would even go further than my friend calabrese there's nothing mr muller's doing in terms of the prosecution a manner for what he did with flynn what he's done with papadopoulos what he started with gates that a normal us attorney couldn't handle but a normal us occur attorney has to be nominated by the president confirmed by the senate so two points half or much of what mr muller is doing is the work of the united states attorney's office which underscores the point that he is a principal officer the other half of what is doing chasing the president united states with these broad increased broad areas underscores even further that he's not an inferior employee and assistant united states attorney could no way to muller's doing no way in fact in many respects united states attorney couldn't do what mal is doing man i wish i were involved making these cases i really do i'll be right back.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The american lawyers representing that indicted russian company filed a motion saying basically we think the special counsels charges are horseback easy we think they're completely made up as in literally make believe charges like grimm's fairytale here's a taste quote the deputy attorney general acting the recused attorney general has rejected the history and integrity of the doj and instead licensed a special counsel who for all practical political purposes cannot be fired to indict a case that has absolutely nothing to do with any links or coordination between any candidate and the russian government the reason is obvious and is political to justify his own existence special counsel has to indict a russian any russian and this is where they note casa blanca round up the usual suspects the lawyers say in their motion that their client the russian company run by putin's schiff has been charged with quote the make believe crime of conspiring to interfere in the united states election and there's a lot going on in this filing today it's kind of like a kitchen sink approach everything is indictment and see what sticks it argues that the crime these russians are charged with doesn't actually exist it argues that even if they did it they didn't know it was a legal it argues at the indictment is hypocritical because the american government has done plenty of election meddling too but the central thrust of this filing is that robert mueller is not acting in the legal realm that he's acting in the political realm that he's making up crimes and going after random russians just to justify justifies own existence that the special counsel is not unraveling a plot that he is the plot and that has always had its adherence in certain conservative circles the words which hunt and hoax may sound familiar but it's a theory that's really on ten right now natasha bertrand at the atlantic today reports on a book that set to be released next month called the faking of russia gate written by two associates of joe.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

"Complication which is a which is a tough overlay that a highly experienced fbi director and former deputy attorney general in james comey rendered a legal judgment that this was not prosecutable and even if i think he's wrong you know the government has to convince all twelve jurors the defense only has to get one in order to to make it impossible to convict someone so it makes it very difficult on the other hand i think you know there's a lot of stuff that didn't really get a lot of attention or to my mind investigation number one there were the statements that were made in the fbi interviews which were very very questionable and i think could be easily investigated that could be certainly reopened if it hasn't been already and then you know we talk a lot about classified information there's been very little said about the fact that mrs clinton's emails including the over thirty thousand that she didn't return to the government thousands of which the fbi found had a government business on them those were government files and she she she did not return them to the government and she destroyed them which is a which is a felony thaddeus that's really called me as argument on is that he was a victim to a certain extent because he knew the fix was in and just everything he possibly could accept does that mean that he's part of effects isn't it well i think i don't think he says the fixings and i say the fix was in i don't think i don't think komi says that and i would love to be able to say because i think highly personal calling me and i've always had a great deal of respect for his for his professional abilities as a as a lawyer i'd love to be able to tell you that you know i think he tried to make.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

"Official read obama appointee about the fbi investigation into the clinton foundation according to the released justice department inspector general's report released on friday mccabe describes the august two thousand sixteen phone call with the then principal associate deputy attorney general that's the title of the person as being quote very dramatic end quote and unlike any confrontation he'd ever had with such a high level official quote mccabe told the office of the inspector general on august twelve two thousand sixteen he received a telephone call from pat egg phd washington the principal associate deputy attorney general it's a senior enough post because they have the attorney general and then you have the deputy attorney general attorney general they call the ag the deputy attorney general they call the da g the associate deputy attorney general they'd call the age adhd and the principal see there a whole bunch of associate deputy attorney gen attorneys general so then you have one who has the the tallest midget in the room and he is the principal associate deputy attorney general it's a big promotion if you get that you know he got a call from the pag mccabe said that the pad egg expressed concerns about fbi agents taking overt steps in the clinton foundation investigation during the presidential campaign according to mccabe he pushed back asking are you telling me that i need to shutdown of validly predicated investigation mccabe told us that the conversation was very dramatic this is from the inspector general's office and that he never had a similar conversation like the tag call with any high level department official and as entire fbi career matthew axelrod served as the principal associate deputy attorney general at the the end of the obama administration now is muller investigating him for obstruction of justice has his home been rated by f b i agents armor clad guys with battering rams collecting all of his computers and has emails because it sounds to me like matthew axelrod if he's the one that made the call was engaged in an effort to obstruct justice as a political appointee calling the number two at the.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

"House of representatives for a second a special prosecutor we'd been sort of crawling toward this day yesterday was the day when trey goutierre and bob goodlatte came out and officially requested from the attorney general jeff sessions and the justice department that rod rosenstein the did fbi at the deputy attorney general rather would be the guy to select these special council the special prosecutor and that's a that's a the problem in and of itself but any case the the fight has been engaged on the question of a a second special prosecutor that would that would let's just laid out there that would go after the clinton sent all of their corruption and it's about time so we've got that going the department of justice and jeff sessions now suing the state of california because they're a breakaway republic just like in eighteen sixty one the last time the democrats wanted to break away to keep their cheap labour they're doing it again that's what they're all about and we've got oh the gary cohn leaving the white house which affects roughly zero people in america but the news media thinks that this is a giant development and its huge because there's conflict bears friction than just like in below deck or the real world new they've got a seize on then the cameras swarmed around the licht it's like the jerry springer show has become our government that my apologies to jerry springer who was comparatively honorable relative to today's so called mainstream news media so we've got that and uh and then the democrats boy this is a crazy one the trump administration wants to add a question to the census the question is are you a citizen it's a question that was part of the census for many many many years until 1950 when we stopped asking it and the democrats are dead set against asking this question are you a citizen it's great this is just it reveals them once again the trump administration just roles this handgrenade down the hall the democrats jump on it and it just hilarious i'll get to that all of that this morning and plenty of other items as well would you be aware of a criminal were casing your home right now were maybe already inside well you could no because i've got a deal.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"To his office in to the fbi near claims that this lawyer lied about his communications with former trump campaign adviser rick gates emma somebody else only identified as person a and moeller claims that bandres one deleted emails that his office requested concerning a report from two thousand twelve with ukraine's ministry of justice don't you love the double standard so here is a special council who's working for the fbi remember he he works for rod rosenstein the deputy director of the fbi of the upside the deputy attorney general that's who more works for here we have a case were more is guarding someone on a process crime committing perjury and obviously obstruction of justice four deleting emails yet were lois lerner in the internal revenue service delete emails and obstruct justice with the united states congress she's there were held to account when hillary clinton in whom abbott delete emails why that's just a simple mistake according to the fbi director with the difference if you wanna know what a banana republic is like this is a form of banana republicanism because we have one set of rules that were going to apply rumor going after one political party and we have a different set of rules when another political party is in office and we want to protect those officeholders or those people from criminal prosecution i don't know i don't care look let me tell you this about these processes crimes generally you use these process crimes because you don't have anything else on this lawyer so as which is why you should always be very careful if you're ever called testified before cox who i get who testified before congress iit's net cool get a lawyer i don't care if you're going to testify about whatever get a lawyer because then gift just by chance you ever get in on the radar of the fbi or anybody else with law enforcement authority in prosecution authority and what you said in the hearings differs from what you tell somebody else in an interview or a deposition to get a process crime perjury obstruction of justice and in this case it very well may be that this is all that more has on this lawyer any simply using this as pressure crying to circled the wagons the circle tighter and tighter implied that may be exactly what's going on that's fine that's.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Would this loretta lynch knew about these faisal warrants yates the deputy attorney general extensions rob rosenstein now the deputy attorney general he news fbi director colmey deputy director mccabe struck had a counterintelligence page his girlfriend who else would have known about these these fifa applications and warrants will a little secret these are counter intelligence efforts you have to assume the national security council in the white house new why would the fbi the justice department keep that from the national security director in the white house why would they keep it from the deputy director in the white house so why would it be left out of the president's daily intelligence briefing which i mentioned in march congress also needs to get a hold of i am telling you what we're looking at the fbi we're looking at the department of justice and we're not looking at all at all at the white house hillary clinton paid for a warrant that's the easiest way we can put it hillary clinton colluded with the with the russians but it appears the fbi at the seniormost levels colluded with the russians to whether it was witting or unwitting it doesn't match that fact so the senior level of the fbi tried to interfere with this election as well this is why it's such a big deal now i know republicans are bending over backwards saying this has nothing to do with muller it has everything to do with muller it goes a transition from a counterintelligence investigation into a criminal investigation if it colmey of all things confesses to being a leaker and moller muller's the former fbi director those were his people vaxxers environment he's not out there is some independent force but i want to get back to barack obama it's his fbi here's department of justice his state department his candidate i cannot believe for a minute that the national security council did not about this and the show you how elaborate this is now that more information's coming up we haven't even got to the.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

"Of sunshine on the way and just a touch warmer with highs in the upper 50s too low 60s i'm starting to meteorolgist chrissy colour on twelve fifty wtma the big talker now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building we've once again made contact with our leader mark levin hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one he kept to parallel universes here we've got this muller investigation which was started we don't we know why it was started the underlying purpose of the investigation is proven nonexistent it was known to be nonexistent we a deputy attorney general in rob rod rosenstein who pointed and he still chasing down people looking for you know false statements and obstruction of justice and so forth nothing about russia in any significant way and i talked at length yesterday about words headed with this thing and then we have this other thing going on over the most senior levels of the fbi and i think it's fair to say now ladies and gentlemen i don't know how much more information we need that there is cronyism and corruption at the senior levels of the fbi like i've never seen before his somebody who used to work at the justice department absolutely incredible we have an obligation to get to the bottom of this those of us who care about this country for the sake of the people who work at the fbi tens of thousands of them and even more for the sake of the american people the same democrats who trashed one local law enforcement agency after another who assume the cops are guilty even before they see any bit of evidence have lined up strongly behind not the fbi the senior levels of the fbi because the senior levels of the fbi have done things and are doing things that they support that they like which is taking out this president and it's now apparent that this had been a plan if not a plot early on no i'm not going to sit back and wait for the evidence the evidence is swirling around us where smothered in the information and that there's much much more to come much more to come now it actually take some guts to one a dig into this you saw what they tried.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Deputy attorney general's the person who really runs the justice department on a daytoday basis he went from being acting ag to acting deputy ag want sessions got there and he serbs aki acting deputy acting deputy attorney general until rod rosenstein got confirmed by the senate to be the confirmed deputy attorney general as of late april now you may remember in the meantime president trump decided to fire all of the us attorney's all over the country boom no warning get out begun by midnight when it came time to actually do that firing i think i think it was dana bente as the acting deputy attorney general who actually got on the phone and did the firing of all those press prosecutors but then rod rosenstein came on became the confirmed deputy ag and then dana ben teddy got another role he became the acting assistant attorney general for national security which means he runs the national security division of the justice department and that's a very big deal as well and yes in addition to all of that he stayed on as the us attorney in the eastern district of virginia so the guy had five jobs and that is you know that's all i mean even just these during district of virginia is a busy big important national security prosecutor's office even in normal times at these times though in the eastern district of virginia in addition to all those other jobs he was dealing with the main justice in the eastern district of virginia it was dana ben takes office from which we saw the subpoenas related to paul manafort it was dana ben takes offers from which we saw the subpoenas related to mike flynn it was dana ben takes office that has been handling the investigation into wikileaks and potential criminal charges criminal charges associated with wikileaks and dana ben to his office right the eastern district of virginia that's where special counsel robert muller first started using a grand jury so this dude is like right in the middle of everything.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"For for the good of the country oh deputy attorney general rod rosenstein it's great to have the opportunity to meet and sit down with you here in washington and we thank you so much today for your time and we wish you the best thank you very much into a meeting coming up in our next episode if you watched sixty minutes on sunday october twenty second you saw him his voice was disguised so was his face but his story was anything but disguise his name tamir how note he spent years as an undercover fbi moslem agent living amongst terrorist i am a muscle i am an american and i was serving my country for twenty two years and uncounted and i am uphold award these animals are dole to my country while desecrating my religion telomere elm laurie you heard him they're on sixty minutes in our next episode you'll hear him right here thank you for checking in with us follow us on twitter tango uniform sierra alpha podcast that's t usa podcast and if you have any thoughts about programmes send me an email at j green one word that's the letter j the color green at whisky tango oscar poppa jay green at wtop dot com i'm g gree and this his target the usa the national security podcast the podcast hosted by me thomas bobbled phoon is busy podcast dedicated to serial killers who they what they did and how join me as i sit down biweekly to bring huge banners and into the dark land afcd own murder and psychopathy vershow goes into graphic detail on the most infamous and lesser known serial killers from around the world with each episode covering one eurenew serial killer.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This attempt would like lead not stand up in a court challenge here's one line of questioning from that committee hearing and senator lindsey graham seles remind ourselves a while we're here to all of you agree that attorney general sessions made the right decision to recuse himself from the invest the russian investigation because who is part of the campaign five i've no pity i'd have to look through the facts of that night and as red press reports which i am not accurate so far as i understand the facts yes yes uh so far as i understand the facts who is sensible yeah i think the attorney general made the right call because it's going to be pretty difficult attorney joe on investigate that the campaign of which you is intrical involved so this the start of all this process so what's the attorney general steps aside you got the deputy attorney general we all agree that he could take his place and continue if he's not conflict it is that a yes from everybody yes yes they had a statement by the president and some actions by the president that unnerved the deputy attorney joe on any point in special council deal with that yes that's how we got here we got here because sessions said i can't do this i should do this rosenstein says i will do this in some things happen between president it colmey where of rosenstein said what we need some new person a special council to look at this that's how we got here all agree with that what we're trying to do is make sure we move forward and hold mr moeller accountable but also give him a protection to do his job so do you all agree that the president himself cannot fire mr mollar actually um if you read even the op ed by our mutual friends neil catch y'all i'm in the washington post to actually help to a re write the regulations he says that's not altogether clear i am the is not clear that the regulations themselves actually apply to the present as a opposed to merely and figures in the department of justice has the inherent authority to far this guy he may very well claimed that and put both professor cut y'all in i think the fast not settled either way a legal scholars including a kilo read.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WTMA

"That the prosecutor he's up to and it's difficult to find the forum where you could get it addressed uh because there are rules about disclosing classified matters that don't apply in normal law enforcement so you're quite right it becomes very difficult to bring this to the fore uh it's really up to the president to do it and you know that hasn't happened to this point and and i agree he's not getting much else for most justice department deputy attorney general rod rosenstein shows robert muller to be the special council is to lay to call robert muller end and read him the details here to correct the original mistakes no i don't think so i don't think it's too late for sessions to tighten up his refusal and i don't think it's too late for rosenstein to comply with the regulation and specify what crimes moeller is free to investigate that he goes jurisdiction to investigate and i i don't think that would work any harm to moller's investigation because the regulation that controls the jurisdiction of a special council allows him to come back to the justice department and ask for an expansion of its jurisdiction if he has stumbled upon other crimes in in the course of legitimate investigative activity uh that ought to be investigated and the attorney general and the deputy attorney general at that point could expand the jurisdiction but i think absolutely uh to to get this thing rained into something that is more approximate of a criminal investigation you need to specify what he's allowed to investigate andhra mccoy kathy for the national review online thaddeus mccotter the great voice of the great lakes at wjr i'm.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"And that he's a shredding of the core values about undue political pressure onto law enforcement about the rule of law that these people in these positions the fbi director the special council the attorney general the deputy attorney general that their fidelity should be to the concept that no person is above the law and that the equal application of the rule of law this is fundamental to america's democracy not pledging loyalty to the president and his personal and familial legal and political interests that is what has donald trump so upset and if he really wanted sessions to go which he clearly does why does need just byrom because he understands the backlash on that he's reportedly inquired about how conservative media will react will you can start seeing that there are some conservative press out there that you see some journalist some observers from the conservative side really questioning what he's doing with sessions here not because of jeff sessions the person but because of this larger notion that this is the president of the united states taking on the top law enforcement officer in the country why because of his stated reason that he doesn't like the d recused himself from the investigation into him so he's taking on the very department and the very people that run these agencies these agencies that are investigating donald trump investigating his campaign this this is the kind of stuff that separates a banana republic from the exceptionalism that is american democracy.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"That's correct so isn't it true that the russian investigation did not factor in through the your recommendation to fire director colmey that is correct the memorandum written by the deputy attorney general your letter to the president forwarding that recommendation didn't mention russia at all is that your recollection that is correct so let's review what the basis was of deputy attorney general rosenstein recommendation he wrote in his memo on may the night you said i cannot defend the directors handling of the conclusion of the investigation of secretary clinton's emails and i do not understand his refusal to accept the nearly universal judgment that he was mistaken and of course he's talk cnn about director colmey he went on to say the director that was director call me at the time was wrong to usurp the attorney general's thority on july the v two thousand sixteen you'll recall that was the date of the press conference he held he went on to say that the fbi director is never empowered to supplant federal prosecutors and assume command of the justice department finally he said compounding the error the directorate nord another longstanding principled but we do not hold press conferences for weeks leaks derogatory information about the subject of a decline criminal investigation in fact there is written policy from the department of justice's they're not entitled election year sensitivities are you familiar with the with the prohibition of the justice department and making announcements or taking other actions with might interfere with the normal elections i am generally familiar with that road oldham memoranda after my time in the department well let me let me read always been rose about it though well let me read the justin an excerpt from a memo from the attorney general march night's two thousand twelve entitled electionyear sensitivities says law enforcement officers and prosecutors made never select the timing of investigators steps were criminal charges for the purpose of the fact in any election or for the purpose of giving an advantage or disadvantage to any candidate or political party such a purposes inconsistent.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on KOMO

"That's correct so isn't it true that the russian investigation did not factor injured the your recommendation to fire director colmey that is correct the the memorandum written by the deputy attorney general your letter to the president fording that recommendation didn't mention russia at all is that your recollection that is correct so let's review what the basis was of deputy attorney general rosenstein recommendation he wrote in his memo on may the nike said i cannot defend the directors handling of the conclusion of the investigation of secretary clinton's emails and i do not understand his refusal to accept the nearly universal judgment that he was mistaken and of course he's talking about director colmey he went on to say the director that was director call me at the time was wrong to usurp the attorney general's thority on july the v two thousand sixteen you'll recall that was the date of the press conference he held he went on to say that the fbi director is never empowered to supplant federal prosecutors and assumed command of the justice department finally he said compounding the error the directorate nord another longstanding principle but we do not hold press conferences to release derogatory information about the subject of a decline criminal investigation in fact there is written policy from the department of justice's they're not entitled electionyear sensitivities are you familiar with the with the prohibition of the justice department of making announcements or taking other actions would interfere with the normal elections i am genuinely familiar with that the hold them memoranda after ma time in the department will let me let me read always been rose about it though or let me read the a just an excerpt from a memo from the attorney general march night's two thousand twelve entitled electionyear sensitivities says law enforcement officers and prosecutors may never select the timing of investigators steps were criminal charges for the purpose of the fact being any election or for the purpose of giving an advantage or disadvantage to any candidate or political party such a purposes inconsistent.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"With them deputy attorney general's steams memo faqih you work with director comey for some time did you ever have a conversation as a superior director comey with his failure to perform on some of these aki accusations that he wasn't running the fbi in a good way of that somehow the fbi was is is in turmoil did you have any conversations with director comey about this subject i did not so you're his his superior and there were some fairly harsh things said about director comey you never thought it was appropriate to raise those concerns before he was actually terminate the president are i did not do so on a on memoranda was prepared by the deputy attorney general on who evaluated his form performance noted sincere serious problems with it one them and you agreed with those are grade with those in fact our senator tomorrow we talked about it even before i was confirmed in before he was confirmed it's something that we both agreed to that a fresh start at the fbi was probably the best they chase again seems a little i could understand if you talked about that before you came on you had a a chance for fresh start there was no fresh start suddenly were in the midst of the investigation and would timing that seems a little peculiar the so senator war here don't take it all the way out the leave within a little bit underneath me senator warren here's explaining or trying to get jeff sessions to explain why he did not communicate with fbi director call me we as it proceeded to call me termination win the acting a deputy attorney general was the one who actually issued the memoranda as to why call me should be like oh the easy answer to this for those of us that have been watching is that mr sessions had recused himself of all things pertaining to the russian investigation that included mr call me as the invest gator of that investigation from the fbi.

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"deputy attorney general" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"deputy attorney general" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Deputy attorney general but you have served in all notes of conversation with all white house staff alongside whom you have served from your time you became fbi hi director to when you were fired in by what they can you do so because no that's an yet keep notes on rosenstein cape notes on sessions you keep notes on holder keep nuts on loretta lynch keynote on sally yates did you authorise anyone to review your notes and discussed them with any media outlet if you did so whom did you authorise ny why if you did not added story purporting to read from those notes become part of media reporting ought americans to fear by washington post column continue that fbi officials are keeping notes in every conversation they have an agent of the bureau even when they are not a target in the investigation should anyone about him a record of conversation as being may be informed of such an attempt to create such notes should contemporary if not too many conversation deemed to be in any way politically charged be shared with the inspector general the justice department church sure that the no turned deed contemporary after the conversations they purport to record are in fact a reflection on the actual conversation that took place and not an exhibit in a false narrative later produce to advantage the ticker was the president a target of any fbi the investigation at the time he left the fbi was any member of the white house staff a target of any fbi investigation at the time you'll up the fbi was the president or any member of his family a subject of interest inning fbi investigation at the time you left the fbi if so did you inform the deputy attorney general all of that situation finally the american people are intensely interested who had the trump campaign or any wellknown adviser to it colluded with russia any attack on our election in your opinion did such collusion exists and if so by who and what was the nature of that collusion.

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